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Dear Seahawk Fans, Thank you for being a part of another exciting volleyball season at UNCW! The University of North Carolina Wilmington is very proud of the student-athletes on this team, who compete athletically the same way they do academically: with tremendous heart, drive and courage. I hope their commitment to excellence will be rewarded with your ongoing support for their team and athletics at UNCW. The Seahawks’ dedication to their sports and their studies is matched only by their determination to succeed as citizens of the world. Led by UNCW’s coaches and athletics staff, our student-athletes contribute to Southeastern North Carolina as volunteers for numerous organizations, mentors for younger students at area schools, and role models of active, healthy lifestyles. Just as our student-athletes do everything they can to support this community they love so much, they require your support to continue on their journey of learning and within their athletic endeavors. I encourage you to show the Seahawks that you’re behind them by attending home games, supporting scholarships for student-athletes, joining the Seahawk Club and sharing your UNCW pride on social media. Best wishes to the volleyball team and Coach Amy Bambenek for a terri¿c year. Go Seahawks!

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2013 UNCW volleyball

Table of contents General Information Location ....................................................................... Wilmington, N.C. Founded ......................................................................................... 1947 Enrollment .................................................................................. 14,096 Colors ........................................................................ Teal, Gold & Navy Nickname ...............................................................................Seahawks Home Faculty (Capacity) ....................................... Hanover Hall (1,000) Conference ................................................ Colonial Athletic Association Chancellor ...................................................................... Dr. Gary Miller Athletic Director ...................................................................Jimmy Bass Sports Information Assistant SID (VB Contact) ............................................ Jarrett Abelson E-mail ..................................................................... abelsonj@uncw.edu Phone .............................................................................(910) 962-3252 Sr. Assoc. AD/SID ............................................................. Joe Browning E-mail ................................................................... browningj@uncw.edu SID Office Phone ............................................................(910) 962-3236 Assistant SID ......................................................................Tom Riordan E-mail ...................................................................... riordant@uncw.edu Phone .............................................................................(910) 962-4099 Web Site ............................................................www.UNCWsports.com Office Address ...................................................... 601 S. College Road .......................................................................... Wilmington, N.C. 28403 Coaching Staff Head Coach .................................................................. Amy Bambenek E-mail ................................................................ bambeneka@uncw.edu Office Phone ................................................................. (910) 962-3242 Alma Mater ........................................................... Coastal Carolina, ’98 Overall Record(Years) ............................................................ 43-77 (4) UNCW Record (Years) .................................................................same Assistant Coach ................................................................... AJ Bonetti Alma Mater .......................................................... East Stroudsburg, ’05 E-mail ...................................................................... bonettia@uncw.edu Office Phone ................................................................. (910) 962-3479 Team Information 2012 Overall Record .....................................................................11-17 2012 CAA Record/Finish ........................................................ 3-9/T-7th Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................................................11/3 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................................4+libero/2 Newcomers ..........................................................................................7 Key Returnees Haley Collins, Sr., DS ....................................... 27 MP, 3.58 Digs per set Morgan Kline, Jr., OH .......... 27 MP, 2.75 Kills per set, 2.24 Digs per set Christi Laite, Sr., RS ..........28 MP, 2.81 Kills per set, 3.31 Points per set Key Losses Natalie LaHaie, Sr., S ................................... 25 MP, 6.58 Assists per set Jennifer Mallard, R-Sr., OH .....26 MP, 2.21 Kills per set, 1.12 Digs per set

Table of Contents Front Cover....................................................................... 1 Letter From Chancellor Miller ........................................... 2 Table of Contents.............................................................. 3 Media Information ............................................................. 4 Head Coach Amy Bambenek ........................................5-6 Assistant Coach AJ Bonetti .............................................. 7 Support Staff..................................................................... 8 2013 Roster ...................................................................... 9 Player Profiles ...........................................................10-27 2012 Player & Team Statistics ........................................ 28 Award Winners ..........................................................29-30 Year-by-Year Results/Coaching Records ....................... 31 Year-by-Year Team Statistics .......................................... 32 Individual Season Records ........................................33-34 Individual Career Records .........................................35-36 All-Time Roster ..........................................................37-38 Series Records ..........................................................39-40 Colonial Athletic Association ........................................... 41 Director of Athletics Jimmy Bass .................................... 42 UNCW Chancellor Gary Miller ........................................ 43 Wilmington, North Carolina........................................44-45 UNCW .......................................................................46-48 Academic Support .......................................................... 49 Sports Medicine .............................................................. 50 UNCWsports.com ........................................................... 51 2013 Schedule/Team photo ............................................ 52

2013 Schedule Date AUGUST 30 31 31

Opponent at Navy (1) vs Elon (1) vs Chicago-Illinois (1)

SEPTEMBER 6 7 7 13 13 14 15 18 20 21 21 27 29

OCTOBER 4 6 11 18 20 26

NOVEMBER 1 3 8 10 15 16 22-24

Time 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m.

vs Houston Baptist (2) vs Alabama (2) at FIU (2) North Carolina A&T (3) UNC Asheville (3) Western Carolina (3) Mercer (3) at Campbell vs Citadel (4) at Winthrop (4) vs Bethune-Cookman (4) at Hofstra* at Northeastern*

12:30 p.m. Noon 6 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

at William & Mary* at James Madison* College of Charleston* James Madison* William & Mary* at College of Charleston*

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

Towson* Delaware* Northeastern* Hofstra* at Delaware* atTowson* Colonial Athletic Association Championship

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m 1 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA

* - CAA contest; Bold - Home Match; (1) - Kristen Dickmann Invitational (Annapolis, Md.); (2) - FIU Classic (Miami, Fla.); (3) - UNCW Courtyard Volleyball Classic (Wilmington, N.C.); (4) - Winthrop University Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.)

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Athletic Communications 2013-14 UNCW Athletic Communications Staff

Joe Browning

Jarrett Abelson

Tom Riordan

Senior Assoc. AD/ SID 910 962-3236 browningj@uncw.edu

Assistant SID (VB contact) 910 962-3252 abelsonj@uncw.edu

Assistant SID 910 962-4099 riordant@uncw.edu

UNCW Media Policies and Information • Credentials All requests for media credentials must be made as early as possible by contacting UNCW’s Athletic Comunications office. Credentials are issued to accredited members of the working media only, and all requests will be evaluated and prioritized. Credentials can be mailed if time allows. Otherwise, they may be picked up at the ticket gate of the UNCW Soccer Stadium. • Photo Guidelines The NCAA has established a policy to control congestion in the photography areas during soccer games. Only photographers on assignment are given photo passes, and they must shoot along the East sidelines of the playing field, keeping their media passes visible at all times.

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• Post-Game Media Availability Both coaches and selected players are available upon request following the game. Interviews will take place on the floor at Hanover Hall. Requests for opponent team members should be directed to their respective SID or a member of the UNCW Athletic Communications staff. Those interviews will take place on the field. The NCAA mandated 15-minute “cooling off” period will be enforced. • General Interviews Day-to-day interviews with the coaching staff and players are encouraged. Please contact volleyball SID Jarrett Abelson at (910) 962-3252 to arrange coach/player interviews. Requests for interviews must be cleared at least 24 hours in advance.

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• Practice Interviews Nearly all UNCW practices are open to the media. Interviews may be conducted before or after practice. The recommended time slot for interviews is before practice. Please call Jarrett Abelson for practice times. To confirm interviews, contact Abelson prior to arrival. • Telephone Interviews In the event you are unable to talk in person to an athlete or coach, we will attempt to arrange a telephone interview at a time convenient to both parties. Please allow ample time to set up a mutually agreeable date and location for those involved. • Game Day Interviews No interviews will be given prior to the game, with the exception of pregame radio shows.

head Coach Amy bambenek

Head Coach Amy Bambenek

5th season/Coastal Carolina ’98 Former Coastal Carolina standout Amy Bambenek returns for her fifth season as head coach of the UNCW volleyball program. The 2012 campaign saw UNCW record double-digit wins for the third time in four seasons under Bambenek as the team posted victories over state foes Campbell, High Point and North Carolina Central ,as well as Colonial Athletic Association foes George Mason, James Madison and William & Mary. Junior Christi Laite earned Second-Team All-CAA recognition for the second consecutive season while Laite and three other players garnered All-Tournament Team recognition a total of six times during the regular season. The Seahawks enjoyed a successful inaugural campaign under Bambenek in 2009 as the team posted its highest win total since the 1996 season and its most CAA victories since 2002. The team also captured its third in-season tournament title in as many seasons with a victory at the Davidson Wildcat Classic. The 2010 season saw the Seahawks post victories over in-state rivals Campbell, Elon and North Carolina A&T. Individually, three players earned All-Tournament Team honors a total of four times while five returning players set new personal career highs in more than 10 different statistical categories. The 2011 campaign produced the Seahawks’ highest Colonial Athletic Association win total in 24 seasons, highlighted by victories over then league-leading James Madison and a sweep of William & Mary for the first time in program history. UNCW’s strong showing in league play was rewarded as Laite earned SecondTeam All-CAA distinction, becoming the first UNCW player since the 2003 season to earn all-conference accolades. Bambenek, 37, came to the Port City after eight seasons as an assistant and associate head coach at George Washington University, where she played a key role in the development of the Colonials program in the nation’s capital Bambenek played four years for Coastal Carolina from 1995-98 and led Coastal to the Big South Conference championship and NCAA Tournament in 1996. A four-year starter at outside hitter and right-side hitter, she currently ranks fifth all-time in kills and total attacks, and third in aces for the Chanticleers.

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head Coach Amy Bambenek The Chillicothe, Ohio, native began her coaching career at Florida State in 1998, and helped the Seminoles capture the 1998 Atlantic Coast Conference title and advance to the 1998 NCAA Tournament. She assisted with recruiting and coordinated team travel, game day operations, tournament scheduling and videotape exchange at FSU for three years as the Seminoles amassed a 54-45 record. Bambenek moved on to GW as an assistant coach in 2001 and assisted with all phases of Coach Jojit Coronel’s program. She served as the primary recruiting coordinator, assisted with daily practice plans, coordinated opponent and tournament scheduling and managed fundraising efforts for the Colonials. GW posted a 19-11 overall record and 9-4 mark in the Atlantic-10 Conference in 2008, winning the A-10 East Division and earning the third seed in the A-10 Tournament. GW’s freshman setter, Alyssa Valentine, was named A-10 Rookie-of-the-Year, marking Bambenek’s second recruit to achieve the honor. Sophomore Leah Hill and senior Liz Moult earned Second-Team All-10 laurels and senior Maggie Wright was selected the A-10’s Student-Athlete of the Year. The Ohioan was inducted into the Chillicothe High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001. She is CAP (Certified Coaches Program) Level 1 certified through USA Volleyball, and has coached the Chesapeake Regional USA High Performance juniors team in a national event in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in the summer of 2007. Bambenek earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management from CCU in 1998 and completed her Master of Science Degree in Sport Administration from FSU in 2000. The Bambenek File Birthplace ..............................Chillicothe, Ohio Education .......B.A., Business Management, ’98 ..............................M.S., Sport Administration, ’00 Overall Record ..................... 43-77 (4 Seasons) Record at UNCW ....................................... same

Experience • Coastal Carolina four-year letterwoman, 1994-97 • Florida State assistant coach, 1998-2001 • GW assistant coach, 2001-2005 • GW associate head coach, 2005-09 • UNCW volleyball head coach, 2009-present

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2013 UNCW volleyball

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

W 13 7 12 11 43

Overall L 18 23 19 17 77

PCT .419 .233 .387 .392 .358

W 3 1 5 3 12

Colonial L 11 13 9 9 42

PCT .214 .071 .357 .250 .222

PL T-8th 10th 8th T-7th

Assistant Coach AJ Bonetti

Assistant Coach AJ Bonetti 5th season/East Stroudsburg ’05

AJ Bonetti, a former George Washington University graduate assistant, is in his fifth season as an assistant coach with the Seahawk volleyball program. Bonetti has made a profound impact during his time with the program. In his first season in 2009, he helped the squad post its highest victory total since the 1996 campaign and its most CAA victories since the 2002 season. The 2010 campaign saw the Seahawks post victories over in-state rivals Campbell, Elon and North Carolina A&T while three players earned All-Tournament Team honors a total of four times. In 2011, the Seahawks posted its highest win total in league play since the 1988 season. In addition, sophomore Christi Laite was named Second-Team All-CAA, becoming the first UNCW player to earn such distinction since the 2003 season. Last season saw UNCW record double-digit wins for the third time in four seasons as the team posted victories over state foes Campbell, High Point and North Carolina Central as well as Colonial Athletic Association foes George Mason, James Madison and William & Mary. Laite earned Second-Team All-CAA recognition for the second consecutive season while Laite and three other players garnered All-Tournament Team recognition a total of six times during the regular season. Bonetti joined the Seahawks after spending the 2008 season as an assistant coach at Jamestown High School in Williamsburg, Va., where he helped the Eagles capture Bay River District regular season and tournament crowns and advance to the state quarterfinals with 25 victories. He was also instrumental in the development of three All-Region players, two All-State honorees and the Bay River District’s Player-of-the-Year. Bonetti also served as Head Coach of the Williamsburg Juniors 17’s that compete in the Old Dominion Region of the USA Junior Olympic Volleyball program. Prior to his work at Jamestown, Bonetti spent two seasons at George Washington as a graduate assistant and volunteer assistant coach with the Colonials. He served as the team’s video coordinator and directed the strength and conditioning program, while also being involved with the setup and teardown of volleyball events, booster club receptions and alumni events. Bonetti also worked as an instructor at the Nike Volleyball Camps, hosted by the GW. Bonetti has extensive experience with the USA Volleyball Men’s National Team, serving as a statistician during the team’s World League events in America in the summer of 2008. He also assisted in operational/facility management of all matches and worked as Director of Statistical Acquisition for the High Performance Championships in Tucson, Ariz., leading a team of eight individuals who acquired volleyball related statistical data at the event. A native of Mechanicsburg, Pa., Bonetti earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology in 2005 from East Stroudsburg University, where he was a member of men’s volleyball program. He earned his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science from George Washington in 2008.

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Support Staff

Athletic Trainer Julie Francis

10th Season/Marietta ’02 Associate athletic trainer Julie Francis has been with the Seahawk program since August of 2004. Francis, a native of Findlay, Ohio, provides coverage for volleyball, men’s golf and women’s golf. She is also a preceptor for the Athletic Training Education Program and an instructor in the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences. Francis earned her B.S. in Sports Medicine from Marietta College in 2002 and her M.S.Ed. in Athletic Training from Old Dominion in 2004. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, North Carolina Athletic Trainers Association, Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association, National Academy of Sports Medicine and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She is also a certified instructor for the American Red Cross. Francis enjoys camping, hiking, cycling and photography.

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Aaron Bozarth 4th Season/Nebraska ’08

Aaron Bozarth is in his fourth season as Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach at UNCW after serving two years as a volunteer assistant on Strength & Conditioning Coordinator Pat Murphy’s staff. A NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Bozarth works with all 19 varsity intercollegiate programs at UNCW and has been instrumental in helping the Seahawks reach new levels of success as five teams have captured 12 Colonial Athletic Association championships during his tenure. Bozarth also advises the department’s student-interns in the practical application of exercise physiology and bio-mechanics. Prior to arriving at UNCW, Bozarth served as Director of Sports at Refinery Fitness in Lincoln, Neb., where he developed fitness promotions and classes for club members and provided personal instruction for area athletes, ranging from the junior high level all the way to the professional ranks. He also played a key role in the development of current UNCW Assistant Coach Jeni Bozarth, who qualified for the Shot Put competition at the 2008 United States Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore. A three-year letterwinner with the Track & Field program at Nebraska, Bozarth was a two-time participant in the Big 12 Championships and the NCAA Midwest Regional as he finished his career among the Huskers all-time leaders in both the indoor Weight Throw (14th) and the outdoor Hammer Throw (12th). Bozarth still competes in the throwing events as a member of the elite development club, Mjolnir Throwers Club. A 2008 Second-Team Academic All-Big 12 honoree and two-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection, Bozarth received his bachelor’s degree in Nutrition Exercise and Health Science from Nebraska in May, 2008. Aaron and his wife Jeni are proud parents of their son, Robbie, born April 24, 2013.

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2013 UNCW volleyball

2013 Roster No.

Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Hometown / High School

Club

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Victoria Phillips

So

S

5-8

Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons

2

Lindsay Hartmann

So

DS

5-8

Edgewood, Ky./Notre Dame Academy

3

Alyssa Desjardins

Fr

S

5-7

Carrollton, Texas/Creekview

4

Leah Gagliardi

Jr

OH

6-1

La Crescenta, Calif./Crescenta Valley

5

Meredith Peacock

So

MH

6-1

Charlotte, N.C./Hickory Grove

6

Morgan Owney

Fr

DS

5-8

Elizabeth City, N.C./Northeastern

7

Kaitlyn Cobb

So

RS

6-0

Lexington, S.C./Lexington

8

Kristen Powell

Fr

RS

6-1

Raleigh, N.C./Garner Magnet

Triangle VBC

9

Siera Young

Sr

MH

5-10

Jacksonville, N.C./White Oak

New Bern VBC

10

Sarah Fitzgerald

Jr

OH

5-10

Lewisville, N.C./ Reagan

12

Morgan Kline

Jr

OH

6-0

Yorktown, Va./ Grafton

Coastal Virginia VBC

13

Courtney Porter

Sr

MH

6-1

Hickory, N.C./ Hickory

Piedmont VBC

14

Casey Rieger

Fr

OH

5’11

Matthews, N.C./Providence

15

Christi Laite

Sr

RS

6-3

Severna Park, Md./Severna Park

16

Haley Collins

Sr

DS

5-9

Atlanta, Ga./Wesleyan

17

Nicole Lott

Fr

OH

5-11

West Chester, Pa./Bishop Shanahan Synergy VBC

18

Maddi Cordia

Fr

S

5-8

St Charles, Mo./Francis Howell

19

Savannah Brown

R-Fr

MH

6-0

Mebane, N.C./Cedar Ridge

Triangle VBC NKYVC TAV Legacy VBC CUVC Coastal VA VBC Magnum VBC

Set Point VBC

Carolina Juniors Columbia Jrs. A5

High P. STL Triangle VBC

Head Coach: Amy Bambenek (5th season, Coastal Carolina ’98) Assistant Coach: AJ Bonetti (5th season, East Stroudsburg ’05) Athletic Trainer: Julie Francis (10th season, Marietta ’02) Strength Coach: Aaron Bozarth (3rd season, Nebraska ’08)

Pronunciation Guide 3 - Alyssa Day-JAR-Dans 4 – Leah Gag-LEE-ar-DEE 15 – Christi LATE Head Coach – Amy Bam-BUH-Neck

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9 Siera Young 5-9 | Sr. | Middle Hitter Jacksonville, N.C./White Oak

2012: Took part in 21 matches and made 13 starts … Averaged 1.08 kills and 0.84 blocks per set … Posted career-high eight kills at Towson … Matched career high with six total blocks against George Mason and Towson. 2011: Participated in 12 matches and made six starts ... Averaged 0.81 kills and 0.96 blocks per set ... Recorded career-high five kills against Charleston Southern ... Finished with season-best five total blocks versus NC State. 2010: Saw playing time in five matches and made one start ... Finished season with four kills and five block assists ... Made first career start at Towson and finished with two kills and five block assists. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Three-year letterwinner at White Oak ... Helped Vikings to third-place finish in Coastal Conference and a berth in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) 3-A state playoffs with a 15-11 record ... Also played basketball for White Oak ... Fourtime Scholar-Athlete honoree ... Played club volleyball for the New Bern Volleyball Club ... Was named MVP in the USA Volleyball Carolina Region Championship. PERSONAL: Full Name: Siera Reneé Young ... Born Nov. 18, 1992, in New Bern, N.C. ... Daughter of LaTarrance Young and Sandra BradleyYoung ... Majoring in Business Administration.

 Young’s Career Stats Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

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SP-MP 7-5 27-12 51-21 85-38

K 4 22 55 81

K/S 0.57 0.81 1.08 0.95

E TA Pct 2 12 .167 11 69 .159 24 134 .231 37 215 .205

A 0 2 0 2

A/S 0.00 0.07 0.00 0.02

SA 0 0 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SE DIG D/S RE BS BA 0 2 0.29 0 0 5 0 1 0.04 0 1 25 0 7 0.14 1 5 38 0 10 0.12 1 6 68

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TB 5 26 43 74

B/S 0.71 0.96 0.84 0.87

BE BHE Points Pts/S 0 0 6.5 0.86 1 1 35.5 1.30 5 0 79.0 1.55 6 1 121.0 1.42

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13 Courtney Porter 61 | Sr. | Middle Hitter Hickory, N.C./Hickory

2012: Saw playing time in eight matches … Averaged 1.35 kills and 0.69 blocks per set … Notched season-high eight kills versus George Mason … Posted season-best four total blocks at Georgia State. 2011: Saw time in 18 matches and made 13 starts ... Averaged 1.66 kills and 1.07 blocks per set ... Recorded double-figure kills three times ... Tallied career-best 14 kills against James Madison ... Finished with career-high eight total blocks versus Hofstra ... Named CAA Defensive Player-of-the-Week (Oct. 10). 2010: Took part in 18 matches and made 15 starts ... Averaged 0.91 kills and 0.75 blocks per set ... Ranked second on the team with .208 attack percentage ... Recorded season-high seven kills on three occasions ... Tallied seasonbest five total blocks three times. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Hickory ... Helped Tornadoes capture Catawba Valley Athletic Conference championship during senior season ... All-CVAC selection as a senior. PERSONAL: Full Name: Courtney Michell Porter ... Born Oct. 22, 1991, in Columbia, S.C. ... Daughter of Brett and Rachel Porter ... Majoring in Community Health.

 Porter’s Career Stats Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 56-18 59-18 26-8 141-44

K 51 98 35 184

K/S 0.91 1.66 1.35 1.30

E 24 57 22 103

TA 130 247 90 467

Pct .208 .166 .144 .173

A 1 3 5 9

A/S 0.02 0.05 0.19 0.06

SA 0 0 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB 1 5 0.09 0 8 34 42 1 8 0.14 0 6 57 63 1 6 0.23 0 2 16 18 3 19 0.13 0 16 107 123

B/S 0.75 1.07 0.69 0.87

BE BHE Points Pts/S 11 3 76.0 1.36 6 2 132.5 2.24 1 0 45.0 1.73 18 5 253.5 1.79

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15 Christi Laite

6-3 | Sr. | Right-Side Hitter Severna Park, Md./Severna Park 2012: Second-Team All-CAA selection for second consecutive season … Took part in 28 matches and made 26 starts … Led team in kills (2.81) and points (3.31) per set … Ranked ninth in the CAA in points per frame … Also averaged 1.30 digs and 0.64 blocks per set … Tallied double-figure kills on 15 occasions … Posted two double-doubles during season … Posted a season-high 18 kills at Wake Forest … Notched season-best 10 digs against High Point and Wake Forest … Named to All-Tournament Team at Spartan Classic … Recognized as CAA Offensive Playerof-the-Week (Oct. 29). 2011: Second-Team All-CAA and NCCSIA All-State Team selection ... Started all 29 matches played ... Led Seahawks and ranked fifth in the CAA in kills per set (3.28) ... Finished season eighth on the program’s single-season chart for kills per set ... Also paced squad and ranked fourth among all league players in points per frame (3.92) ... Also averaged 1.42 digs and 0.75 blocks per set ... Recorded double-figure kills on 19 occasions and tallied double-digit digs three times ... Posted three double-doubles ... Recorded career highs of 22 kills and 13 digs against George Mason ... Notched career-high seven total blocks against Hofstra and College of Charleston. 2010: Appeared in 27 matches and made 10 starts ... Third on team with 1.81 kills per set average and a .193 attack percentage ... Also averaged 0.74 blocks and 0.53 digs per set ... Tallied double-figure kills on four occasions ... Posted season-high 19 kills at North Carolina Central ... Also recorded season-best six digs against the Eagles ... Tallied season-best seven total blocks against James Madison. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year letterwinner at Severna Park ... Guided squad to two Anne Arundel County championships ... Paced Falcons in kills (135), hitting percentage (.333), total blocks (35) and service aces (62) during senior season ... Led the Falcons to the Maryland Class 4A East Region final and earned Maryland Capital-Gazette Playerof-the-Year honors as a senior ... Three-time First-Team AllCounty selection ... Served as vice president of Severna Park’s National Honor Society ... Also played tennis and basketball for the Falcons ... Member of USA Volleyball’s High Performance Team in 2008. PERSONAL: Full Name: Christine Marie Laite ... Born Aug. 31, 1992, in Boston, Mass. ... Daughter of James and Deborah Laite ... Majoring in Biology ... Member of University Honors program at UNCW.

 Laite’s Career Stats Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

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SP-MP 86-27 110-29 102-28 298-84

K 156 361 287 804

K/S 1.81 3.28 2.81 2.70

E 68 141 143 352

TA Pct 456 .193 944 .233 756 .190 2156 .210

A 21 32 38 91

A/S 0.24 0.29 0.37 0.31

SA 5 27 18 50

SA/S 0.06 0.25 0.18 0.17

SE 7 36 26 69

DIG 46 156 133 335

D/S 0.53 1.42 1.30 1.12

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RE BS BA TB 1 2 62 64 7 4 79 83 3 1 64 65 11 7 205 212

B/S 0.74 0.75 0.64 0.71

BE BHE Points Pts/S 7 7 194.0 2.26 14 4 431.5 3.92 16 6 338.0 3.31 37 17 963.5 3.23

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16 Haley Collins 5-9 | Sr. | Defensive Specialist Atlanta, Ga./Wesleyan

2012: Started all 27 matches played … Led team and ranked ninth in CAA in digs per set (3.58) … Recorded double-digit digs in 20 matches … Posted season-high 24 digs versus James Madison … Became just the ninth player in program history to surpass the 1,000-dig plateau with 13 digs versus William & Mary. 2011: One of two players to play all 31 matches ... Led team and ranked fifth in the CAA in digs per set (4.17) ... Finished second on program’s single-season chart for total digs (496) and digs per set ... Also averaged 0.43 assists per set ... Recorded double-figure digs in 29 matches ... Posted career-high 29 digs against Winthrop and Coastal Carolina ... Named CAA Defensive Player-of-theWeek (Nov. 7). 2010: Appeared in 27 matches at the libero position ... Averaged team-best 3.31 digs, ranking ninth in the CAA in that category ... Recorded double-figure digs on 21 occasions ... Posted season-high 19 digs against Campbell. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Wesleyan ... Helped Wolves capture three GHSA Class 1A state championships ... First-team AllGwinnett County selection during junior season ... Two-time coaches award honoree ... Also participated in tennis and track & field at Wesleyan. PERSONAL: Full Name: Haley Suzanne Collins ... Born Feb. 26, 1992, in Atlanta, Ga. ... Daughter of Mike and Paula Collins ... Majoring in Exercise Science.

 Collins’ Career Stats Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 93-27 119-31 101-27 313-85

K 9 4 3 16

K/S 0.10 0.03 0.03 0.05

E 2 3 3 8

TA 43 50 41 134

Pct .163 .020 .000 .060

A 15 51 53 119

A/S 0.16 0.43 0.52 0.38

SA 13 9 21 43

SA/S 0.14 0.08 0.21 0.14

SE 21 12 9 42

DIG 308 496 362 1166

D/S 3.31 4.17 3.58 3.73

RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 18 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 22.0 0.24 22 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 13.0 0.11 25 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 24.0 0.24 65 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 59.0 0.19

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4 Leah Gagliardi

6-1 | Jr. | Outside Hitter La Crescenta, Calif./Crescenta Valley 2012: Took part in 19 games with eight starts … Averaged 1.24 kills, 0.70 digs and 0.40 blocks per set … Tallied season-high eight kills against George Mason … Notched a season-high seven digs versus The Citadel. 2011: Participated in 16 matches and made five starts ... Averaged 1.73 kills and 0.65 digs per set ... Posted season-high 20 kills and .450 hitting percentage against College of Charleston ... Recorded season-best eight digs versus Davidson. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Cresenta Valley ... Three-time All-Pacific League and two-time First-Team All-Area selection ... Paced Falcons with 200 kills during senior season ... Two-time Team MVP honoree ... Team Most Improved after sophomore campaign that saw her record 121 kills and 23 service aces ... Team captain junior and senior seasons ... Three-time recipient of Falcons Scholar-Athlete Award. PERSONAL: Full Name: Leah Kathryn Gagliardi ... Born Nov. 24, 1992, in Pasadena, Calif. ... Daughter of Ashley and John Gagliardi ... Majoring in Sociology.

 Gagliardi’s Career Stats Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

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SP-MP 40-16 50-19 90-35

K 69 62 131

K/S 1.73 1.24 1.46

E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S 44 230 .109 0 0.00 3 0.08 36 242 .107 3 0.06 3 0.06 80 472 .108 3 0.03 6 0.07

SE 2 2 4

DIG 26 35 61

D/S 0.65 0.70 0.68

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RE BS BA 8 0 16 4 1 19 12 1 35

TB 16 20 36

B/S 0.40 0.40 0.40

BE BHE Points Pts/S 1 0 80.0 2.00 1 0 75.5 1.50 2 0 155.5 1.72

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10 Sarah Fitzgerald 5-10 | Jr. | Outside Hitter Lewisville, N.C./Reagan

2012: Saw playing time in 14 matches ... Made four starts … Averaged 2.00 kills, 0.82 digs and 0.45 blocks per set … Posted double-figure kills on three occasions … Recorded season-high 15 kills at Hofstra … Posted season-best eight digs versus Youngstown State. 2011: Took part in 22 matches ... Made 14 starts ... Averaged 2.13 kills, 1.62 digs and 0.33 blocks per set ... Ranked first on team and fourth in CAA in service aces per set (0.32) ... Recorded double-figure kills seven times and posted double-digit digs on three occasions ... Finished season with two double-double performances ... Recorded career-high 16 kills versus Georgia State ... Tallied season-high 17 digs against North Florida. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Reagan, guiding Raiders to two Piedmont Athletic Conference titles and a 60-16 record in that span ... Averaged 4.10 kills per game her senior season ... Finished prep career with more than 850 kills, 100 service aces and 600 digs ... Three-time AllPAC selection ... Two-time All-County selection ... Also participated in soccer and Track & Field at Reagan. PERSONAL: Full Name: Sarah Ann Fitzgerald ... Born March 4, 1993 in St. Louis, Mo. ... Daughter of Karen and Mike Fitzgerald ... Majoring in Exercise Science.

 Fitzgerald’s Career Stats Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 60-22 38-14 98-36

K 128 76 204

K/S 2.13 2.00 2.08

E 109 60 169

TA 435 254 689

Pct .044 .063 .051

A A/S SA SA/S 5 0.08 19 0.32 2 0.05 6 0.16 7 0.07 25 0.26

SE 24 7 31

DIG 97 31 128

D/S 1.62 0.82 1.31

RE BS BA 15 2 18 9 0 17 24 2 35

TB 20 17 37

B/S 0.33 0.45 0.38

BE BHE Points Pts/S 11 0 158.0 2.63 2 2 90.5 2.37 13 2 248.5 2.53

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12 Morgan Kline 6-0 | Jr. | Outside Hitter Yorktown, Va./Grafton

2012: Started all but one of 27 matches played … Ranked second on team in kills (2.75) and third in digs (2.24) per set … Paced squad with 31 service aces … Led team with nine double-doubles … Tallied double-figure kills on 13 occasions … Posted double-digit digs 10 times … Recorded career-high 20 kills at Georgia State … Posted career-best 19 digs versus Delaware. 2011: Took part in 25 matches and made 17 starts ... Averaged 2.03 digs, 1.63 kills, 0.27 blocks and 0.21 service aces per set ... Posted double-figure kills five times and double-digit digs on nine occasions ... Turned in three double-double performances ... Recorded season-high 14 kills against George Mason ... Posted season-best 14 digs versus College of Charleston. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Grafton ... Led Clippers to three regional championships, three district crowns and two VHSL Class AA state championship game appearances ... Two-time All-State and All-Region honoree ... Three-time All-District selection ... Named 2010 Virginia AA State, Region 1 and Bay Rivers District Player-of-the-Year after recording 400 kills, 240 digs and 52 service aces during senior season...2010 Virginia Daily Press Volleyball Player-of-the Year...Named East MVP of 2011 VHSL All-Star game...Member of Clippers’ 1,000-kill club. PERSONAL: Full Name: Morgan Leigh Kline... Born Sept. 28, 1993, in Anchorage, Alaska ... Daughter of Alice and Tim Kline ... Majoring in Biology ... Member of UNCW’s University Honors program.

 Kline’s Career Stats Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

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SP-MP 86-25 97-27 183-52

K 140 267 407

K/S 1.63 2.75 2.22

E 109 127 236

TA Pct 548 .057 744 .188 1292 .132

A 7 8 15

A/S 0.08 0.08 0.08

SA 18 31 49

SA/S 0.21 0.32 0.27

SE 30 21 51

DIG 175 217 392

D/S 2.03 2.24 2.14

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RE BS BA 18 0 23 29 1 29 47 1 52

TB 23 30 53

B/S 0.27 0.31 0.29

BE BHE Points Pts/S 5 2 169.5 1.97 2 0 313.5 3.23 7 2 483.0 2.64

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1 Victoria Phillips

5-9 | So. | Setter Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons 2012: Took part in 23 matches and made 14 starts … Second on team in assists (5.94) and digs (2.36) per set … Ranked ninth in the CAA in assists per set ... Ranked second on the team with seven doubledoubles … Recorded double-figure assists in 20 matches … Tallied double-digit digs on seven occasions … Dished out season-high 43 assists at Wake Forest … Tallied season-best 23 digs in five-set victory over James Madison … Named CAA Rookie-of-the-Week (Oct. 29). HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at Cardinal Gibbons, guiding Crusaders to four conference titles, three straight NC Class 3A titles (2010-12) and a 96-6 overall record during prep career ... Led squad to No. 4 national ranking and No. 1 state ranking during senior season ... Finished career with 1,660 assists, 361 digs and 131 service aces ... Established new school mark for assists in a career ... Three-time All-Conference selection ... Prepvolleyball.com Senior Ace nominee ... Served as captain for her senior season ... Member of National Honor Society CLUB: Played for Triangle 18 Black in 2012 ... Was also a member of the Triangle Volleyball Club ... Three-time Carolina Region All-Tournament Team selection ... Served as captain of club team for three years ... Led squad to three straight Junior Nationals appearances ... Twotime recipient of Triangle Award for leadership. PERSONAL: Full Name: Victoria Rose Phillips ... Born Nov. 12, 1993, in Durham, N.C. .... Daughter of Pat and Glen Phillips ... Brother, Cale, played basketballl at Hampden-Sydney College ... Sister, Veronica, rode equestrian at University of the South .... Sister, Ginny, played volleyball at the College of Charleston ... Majoring in Elemenary Education.

 Phillips’s Career Stats Season 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 77-23 77-23

K K/S E 21 0.27 2 21 0.27 2

TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 49 .388 457 5.94 7 0.09 11 182 2.36 2 0 13 13 0.17 5 10 34.5 0.44 49 .388 457 5.94 7 0.09 11 182 2.36 2 0 13 13 0.17 5 10 34.5 0.44

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2 Lindsay Hartmann 5-8 | So. | Defensive Specialist Edgewood, Ky./Notre Dame Academy

2012: Appeared in 28 matches during freshman season ... Made six starts … Averaged 1.85 digs per frame … Ranked third on team with 20 service aces … Reached double figures in digs on seven occasions … Recorded season-high 12 digs on three occasions … Named to AllTournament Team at the UNCW Courtyard Marriott Beach Bash. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Notre Dame Academy ... Guided Pandas to four straight district championships, three regional crowns and a state semifinals appearance in 2011 ... Also paced team to state quarterfinal finish in 2009 ... Two-time Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference All-Star Team honoree ... Named MVP of Region 9 tournament during senior season ... Kentucky High School Athletic Association Academic First-Team All-State pick following senior season ... Three-time Honorable Mention Academic All-State ... Also participated in track & field at Notre Dame. PERSONAL: Lindsay Elizabeth Hartmann ... Born May 11, 1994, in Edgewood, Ky. ... Daughter of Molly and Mike Hartmann ... Majoring in Exercise Science.

 Hartmann’s Career Stats Season 2012 TOTAL

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SP-MP 99-28 99-28

K K/S E 0 0.00 6 0 0.00 6

TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 38 -.158 14 0.14 20 0.20 17 183 1.85 17 0 0 0 0.00 1 2 20.0 0.20 38 -.158 14 0.14 20 0.20 17 183 1.85 17 0 0 0 0.00 1 2 20.0 0.20

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5 Meredith Peacock 6-1 | So. | Middle Hitter Charlotte, N.C./Hickory Grove

2012: Started 16 matches and appeared in 23 contests during freshman season … Averaged 1.03 kills and 0.78 blocks per set … Ranked third on team with .201 hitting percentage … Tallied season-high eight kills at NC State … Registered season-best six total blocks versus Davidson. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time All-Conference selection and two-time AllState pick ... Back-to-back Hickory Grove Christian Player-of-the-Year ... Hickory Grove Christian Wendy’s High School Heisman honoree ... AVCA All-American Watch List ... Set program mark for kills in a season (447) and in a career (1,417) ... Also holds school mark for total blocks (250) ... Oasis Shrine Bowl All-Star Volleyball Game selection ... Also played softball at Hickory Grove ... Led Lions to back-to-back state championships in softball ... Two-time All-Conference and All-State selection in softball ... Became first student-athlete in school history to earn All-State Accolades in two sports ... Member of National Honor Society ... Homecoming Queen. CLUB: Played for Carolina Union Volleyball ... Also Played for NC Duraforce Juniors ... Led NC Duraforce to 11th-place finish in Nationals ... Paced NC Duraforce in attack percentage during 2011 season. PERSONAL: Full Name: Meredith Joelle Peacock ... Born March 16, 1994, in Charlotte, N.C. ... Daughter of Barbara and Charles Peacock ... Majoring in Public Health.

 Peacock’s Career Stats Season 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 73-23 73-23

K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 75 1.03 35 199 .201 1 0.01 3 0.04 4 9 0.12 2 5 52 57 0.78 4 0 109.0 1.49 75 1.03 35 199 .201 1 0.01 3 0.04 4 9 0.12 2 5 52 57 0.78 4 0 109.0 1.49

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2013 Seahawks

7 Kaitlyn Cobb

6-0 | So. | Right Side Hitter Lexington, S.C./Lexington 2012: Saw playing time in four matches … Tallied season-high three kills versus North Carolina Central. HIGH SCHOOL: Four Year Starter at Lexington, where she guided Wildcats to a pair of region championships and a state runner-up finish as a sophomore ... Recorded a school-record 118 total blocks and a career-high 380 kills during junior campaign ... Two-time All-Region pick ... Six-time All-Tournament Team selection ... Team MVP as a senior ... Invited to SC Coaches Association of Women’s Sports Volleyball All Star North-South Match. CLUB: Finished career playing for Magnum 18 Elite ... Guided Magnum 16 Elite to back-to-back National Championship appearances ... Threetime All-Region selection. PERSONAL: Full Name: Kaitlyn Elizabeth Cobb ... Born Sept. 28, 1993, in Beaufort, S.C. ... Daughter of Kathy and Wade Cobb ... Majoring in University Studies.

 Cobb’s Career Stats Season 2012 TOTAL

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SP-MP 5-4 5-4

K K/S E 5 1.00 2 5 1.00 2

TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 12 .250 2 0.40 0 0.00 0 1 0.20 0 0 1 1 0.20 0 0 5.5 1.00 12 .250 2 0.40 0 0.00 0 1 0.20 0 0 1 1 0.20 0 0 5.5 1.00

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3 Alyssa Desjardins 5-7 | Fr. | Setter Carrollton, Texas/Creekview

HIGH SCHOOL: Played in every varsity match during her four-year career at Creekview ...Tallied more than 3,500 assists and 1,100 digs during prep career ... Averaged 8.95 assists, 2.63 digs, 1.18 kills and 0.61 service aces per set during senior season … Averaged 9.28 assists, 2.97 digs, 0.98 kills and 0.56 service aces per frame as a junior ... Two-time District Setter-of-the-Year ... First-Team All-District selection in 2010 ... Tabbed District Freshman-of-the-Year … Two-time Carrollton Creekview MVP honoree … Named Team MVP following junior season ... Garnered High Honorable Mention distinction on Prepvolleyball.com Top Sophomore 79 ranking ... Earned Special Mention recognition on Prepvolleyball.com Top Frosh 59 listing ... Member of National Honor Society ... Received Creekview’s King/Roosevelt Crimson Honor for Leadership. CLUB: Played for Texas Advantage Black … Guided team to Gold Medal in 18 Open Division of USA Volleyball Nationals ... Earned All-Tournament Team distinction at the event ... Earned All-Texas Team Special Mention from Lonestar Volleyball ... Led team to Silver Medal in the U17 Division of the 2012 USA Volleyball Nationals ... Earned All-Tournament Team distinction at the event ... Paced squad to open championship titles at the Show Me Qualifier, the Lonestar Qualifier and the Las Vegas Classic during 2012 season ... Helped team claim the Silver Medal at the 2011 AAU Nationals ... Led team to back-to-back open championships at Northern Lights Qualifier ... Paced team to Bronze Medal at the 2010 USA Volleyball Nationals ... Helped squad capture Gold Medal in U14 Open Division of 2009 USA Volleyball Nationals. PERSONAL: Full Name: Alyssa Renee Desjardins … Born April 20, 1995, in Carrollton, Texas … Daughter of Marc and Petra Desjardins ... Majoring in University Studies.

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2013 Seahawks

6 Morgan Owney

5-8 | Fr. | Defensive Specialist Elizabeth City, N.C./Northeastern HIGH SCHOOL: Led Northeastern to back-to-back regional championships and NCHSAA Class 2A state runner-up finishes (2011 & 2012) … Also helped Eagles capture three straight conference championships and post 78-3 overall mark during three seasons with program … Two-time All-Conference selection (2012 & 2013) … Named Team Co-MVP following senior season and Team Defensive MVP as a sophomore … First-Team All-District selection by The Daily Advance … Member of National Honor Society. CLUB: Played for Coastal Virginia VBC … Led squad to sixth-place finish at 2012 AAU Nationals … Served as captain of squad for 2011 season … Guided team to first place finishes at Capital Hill Classic and Mid-Atlantic Grand Prix events in 2011. PERSONAL: Full Name: Morgan Wayne Owney … Born Dec. 16, 1994, in Elizabeth City, N.C. … Daughter of Vickie and Lee Owney ... Majoring in University Studies.

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8 Kristen Powell 6-1 | Fr. | Right Side Hitter Raleigh, N.C./Garner Magnet

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time Greater Neuse River 4A Conference Playerof-the-Year ... Four-time All-Conference selection ... Helped Garner capture three straight Greater Neuse River 4A Conference championships and post 62-14 overall record in final three seasons ... Ranked second in North Carolina Class 4A in kills per set (4.70) ... Tallied 401 kills, 65 service aces, 58 total blocks and 47 digs during senior season ... Set school records for total kills, attack attempts, total blocks and games played during senior season … Served as team captain as a senior. CLUB: Played for Triangle Volleyball Club ...Helped squad advance to 2013 USA Volleyball Nationals ... Led TVBC to Carolina Region Championship and earn 4th-place finish at the Lone Star Classic U17 Open Division that earned squad a bid to the 2012 USA Volleyball Junior National Championships. PERSONAL: Full Name: Kristen Powell … Born July 20, 1995 in Raleigh, N.C. … Daughter of Connie and Jim Powell ... Majoring in University Studies.

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14 Casey Rieger 5-11 | Fr. | Outside Hitter Matthews, N.C./Providence

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner … Three-time SW4A Conference Player-of-the-Year … Four-time All-Conference selection … Two-time All-Observer selection by Charlotte Observer … Recorded 307 kills, 170 digs, 27 total blocks and 32 service aces during senior season … Tallied 316 kills and 167 digs during junior campaign … Named Team MVP all four seasons … Served as team captain for sophomore and senior seasons … Led Panthers to 2011 NCHSAA Class 4A State Championship … Also guided squad to 2010 Class 4A state runner-up finish … Also played basketball at Matthews, earning Second-Team All-Conference accolades. CLUB: Played for Carolina Juniors … Led squad to championship in MAPL Queen City Classic. PERSONAL: Full Name: Casey Reiger … Born August 18, 1994, in Matthews, N.C. … Daughter of Debbie and Mark Reiger ... Majoring in Communication Studies.

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17 Nicole Lott

5-11 | Fr. | Outside Hitter West Chester Pa./Bishop Shanahan HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter ... Averaged 3.70 kills per set and fashioned a .395 hitting percentage during senior season ... Also recorded 245 digs and 80 service aces ... Three-time AAA Pennsylvania All-State selection (2010-12) ... Three-time AAA PIAA First-Team All-District honoree (2010-12) ... Named Under Armour Honorable Mention AllAmerican ... Helped Eagles capture 2009 PIAA Class AAA State Championship and three Chesmont League Championships ... Named Team MVP following junior season … Served as team captain for junior and senior seasons ... Named to Bishop Shanahan Honor Roll with 4.0 GPA ... Member of Bishop Shanahan School Leadership Council. CLUB: Played for Synergy Volleyball Club ... Helped Synergy 17 Orange capture the Gold Medal in the U17 National Division of the 2012 USA Volleyball Nationals ... Named to All-Tournament Team at the event ... Guided Synergy 15 Orange to Bronze Medal in National Division of 2010 USA Volleyball National Championships ... Named to All-Tournament Team at the event ... Five-time USA Volleyball national qualifier. PERSONAL: Full Name: Nicole Lott … Daughter of Michael and Michele Lott … Born June 13, 1995 in West Chester, Penn ... Majoring in Anthropology

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18 Maddi Cordia 5-8 | Fr. | Setter St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner ... Led Vikings to back-toback state final four appearances … First-team All-District and Second-Team All-Gateway Athletic Conference South selection as a senior … Averaged 6.0 assists and 1.5 digs per set during senior season … Honorable Mention All-GAC South pick following junior season … Two-time GAC South All-Academic team selection … All-State Academic Team honoree as a senior … Member of the National Honor Society. CLUB: Played for High Performance VBC. PERSONAL: Full Name: Madeline Grace Cordia … Born Feb. 23, 1995, in St. Louis, Mo. … Daughter of Jennifer and Tom Cordia ... Majoring in Biology.

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19 Savannah Brown 6-0 | Fr. | Middle Hitter Mebane, N.C./Cedar Ridge

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner at Cedar Ridge … Missed senior season due to injury … Led Red Wolves to back-to-back NCHSAA state playoff appearances, including semifinal runner-up finish in 2010 … Honorable Mention All-Conference selection following junior season … Led team in total kills (168) and digs per set (1.30) as a junior … Twotime Scholar-Athlete selection … Graduated with honors. CLUB: Played three seasons for Triangle Volleyball Club … Also played for Jammers Volleyball Club. PERSONAL: Full Name: Savannah Amanda Brown … Born June 8, 1995, in Portland, Ore. … Daughter of Laura Brown and Chris Walker ... Majoring in University Studies.

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2012 Player & team Stats  Player Statistics ## 15 12 11 23 5 10 9 4 13 6 1 16 2 7 14

Player Laite, Christi Kline, Morgan Keightley, McKenzie Mallard, Jennifer Peacock, Meredith Fitzgerald, Sarah Young, Siera Gagliardi, Leah Porter, Courtney Lahaie, Natalie Phillips, Victoria Collins, Haley Hartmann, Lindsay Cobb, Kaitlyn Mounts, Miranda UNCW................ Opponents...........

S 102 97 97 67 73 38 51 50 26 84 77 101 99 5 20 104 104

ATTACK K K/S 287 2.81 267 2.75 180 1.86 148 2.21 75 1.03 76 2.00 55 1.08 62 1.24 35 1.35 18 0.21 21 0.27 3 0.03 0 0.00 5 1.00 0 0.00 1232 11.85 1324 12.73

SET E TA Pct A A/S SA 143 756 .190 38 0.37 18 127 744 .188 8 0.08 31 53 409 .311 5 0.05 19 80 483 .141 10 0.15 5 35 199 .201 1 0.01 3 60 254 .063 2 0.05 6 24 134 .231 0 0.00 0 36 242 .107 3 0.06 3 22 90 .144 5 0.19 0 4 60 .233 553 6.58 9 2 49 .388 457 5.94 7 3 41 .000 53 0.52 21 6 38 -.158 14 0.14 20 2 12 .250 2 0.40 0 0 1 .000 3 0.15 0 597 3512 .181 1154 11.10 142 583 3575 .207 1242 11.94 122

SA/S 0.18 0.32 0.20 0.07 0.04 0.16 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.11 0.09 0.21 0.20 0.00 0.00 1.37 1.17

RE 3 29 2 13 2 9 1 4 0 0 2 25 17 0 3 122 142

DIG DIG Dig/S 133 1.30 217 2.24 43 0.44 75 1.12 9 0.12 31 0.82 7 0.14 35 0.70 6 0.23 130 1.55 182 2.36 362 3.58 183 1.85 1 0.20 12 0.60 1426 13.71 1471 14.14

BS 1 1 12 0 5 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 31

BLOCKING BA Total 64 65 29 30 100 112 23 23 52 57 17 17 38 43 19 20 16 18 18 18 13 13 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 390 222.0 358 210.0

Blk/S 0.64 0.31 1.15 0.34 0.78 0.45 0.84 0.40 0.69 0.21 0.17 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00 2.13 2.02

BE 16 2 10 2 4 2 5 1 1 2 5 0 1 0 0 51 40

BHE Points 6 338.0 0 313.5 1 261.0 2 164.5 0 109.0 2 90.5 0 79.0 0 75.5 0 45.0 14 36.0 10 34.5 1 24.0 2 20.0 0 5.5 0 0.0 38 1596.0 34 1656.0

 Season Results

 TEAM STATISTICS UNCW

OPP

ATTACK Kills Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set

1232 597 3512 .181 11.8

1324 583 3575 .207 12.7

SET Assists Assists/Set

1154 11.1

1242 11.9

SERVE Aces Errors Attempts Serve Pct Aces/Set

142 155 2245 .931 1.4

122 212 2271 .907 1.2

SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors 122 Errors/Set 1.2

142 1.4

DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set

1426 13.7

1471 14.1

BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors BHE

27 390 222.0 2.1 51 38

31 358 210.0 2.0 40 34

ATTENDANCE Total 2204 3194 Dates/Avg Per Date12/184 10/319 Neutral site Dates/Avg 7/79

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SERVE SE 26 21 28 13 4 7 0 2 1 15 11 9 17 0 1 155 212

DATE Aug 24 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug 28 Aug 31 Sep 01 Sep 01 Sep 07 Sep 07 Sep 08 Sep 11 Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep 15 Sep 18 Sep 22 Sep 28 Sep 30 Oct 05 Oct 07 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct 23 Oct 26 Oct 28 Nov 03 Nov 09 Nov 10

OPPONENT HIGH POINT# DELAWARE STATE# LIU BROOKLYN# CAMPBELL at Wake Forest^ vs Winthrop^ vs Davidson^ vs Stetson@ vs Rutgers@ at Norfolk State@ at NC State at UNCG& vs Morehead State& vs Youngstown State& THE CITADEL WILLIAM & MARY* at Northeastern* at Hofstra* DELAWARE* TOWSON* at Georgia State* at William & Mary* NCCU GEORGE MASON* JAMES MADISON* HOFSTRA* at Towson* at Delaware*

W/L W W L W L W L W L W L L L L W L L L L L L W W W W L L L

SCORE 3-0 3-0 1-3 3-0 2-3 3-0 1-3 3-0 0-3 3-0 2-3 2-3 0-3 1-3 3-0 0-3 1-3 1-3 2-3 0-3 2-3 3-1 3-0 3-2 3-1 0-3 1-3 0-3

* - CAA Contest CAPS - Home Contest # - Courtyard Marriott Beach Bash (Wilmington, N.C.) ^ - Deacon Invitational (Winston-Salem, N.C.) @ - Spartan Classic (Norfolk, Va.) & - Spartan Spiketacular (Greensboro, N.C.)

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SCORE-BY-SET ATTEND 25-23,25-17,25-16 389 25-12,25-19,25-14 134 17-25,25-19,17-25,20-25 213 25-17,29-27,25-15 227 16-25,25-18,30-28,14-25,7-15 472 25-20,25-17,27-25 106 25-19,20-25,28-30,15-25 112 25-11,25-8,25-22 72 18-25,15-25,24-26 85 25-19,25-18,27-25 133 25-21,25-22,24-26,16-25,11-15 331 25-18,25-15,25-27,24-26,13-15 349 16-25,14-25,20-25 47 22-25,17-25,25-20,17-25 61 25-21,25-21,25-17 86 20-25,23-25,20-25 288 17-25,25-23,21-25,14-25 113 22-25,25-18,18-25,18-25 139 25-21,25-20,18-25,17-25,10-15 164 18-25,15-25,20-25 135 26-24,26-28,25-22,24-26,8-15 192 25-17,22-25,25-22,25-22 284 25-14,25-18,25-19 107 25-17,18-25,19-25,25-14,15-8 181 25-20,27-25,21-25,25-21 125 22-25,14-25,19-25 155 26-24,26-28,15-25,14-25 371 19-25,17-25,20-25 810

Award Winners All-Conference (Colonial Athletic Association) June Benton, First Team, 1985 Yvonne Holan, First Team, 1987 Dede Devoley, Second Team, 1987 Lisa Mills, Second Team, 1987 Yvonne Holan, First Team, 1988 Dede Devoley, First Team, 1988 Mary Lou Ryan, Second Team, 1988 Hannah Helton, First Team, 1989 Diane Lynn, Second Team, 1989 Yvonne Holan, Second Team, 1989 Kim Cavanaugh, First Team, 1990 Hannah Helton, Second Team, 1990 Kim Cavanaugh, First Team, 1991 Amy Chilausky, First Team, 1993 Josie Youngblood, Second Team, 1994 Josie Youngblood, Second Team, 1995 Holly Hill, Second Team, 1996 Bea Gerevich, Second Team, 2003 Christi Laite, Second Team, 2011 Christi Laite, Second Team, 2012

Kim Cavanaugh Greensboro Invitational, 1990 UNC Charlotte Invitational, 1991

All-Rookie (Colonial Athletic Association) Kate Bennett, 2004 Paula McConnell, 2006

Sarah DeLair Western Carolina Invitational, 1995 Navy-Forrestal Invitational, 1996 UNC Preview Invitational, 1997

All-District 26 (NAIA) Kim Arthur, Honorable Mention, 1982 Sara Womble, Honorable Mention, 1983

Dede Devoley UNCW Invitational, 1988 Winthrop Invitational, 1988 Carolina Classic, 1988

All-Tournament Selections (CAA) June Benton, 1985 Mary Lou Ryan, 1987 Mary Lou Ryan, 1988 Dede Devoley, 1988 Hannah Helton, 1990 All-Tournament Selections (Miscellaneous) Holly Abbuhl UNC Greensboro Invitational, 1998 Julie Barden AIAW Division III N.C. State Champioships, 1976 Abbey Blazer UNC Greensboro Invitational, 1997 Angela Bodnar UNC Greensboro Invitational, 1997

Amy Chilausky UNC Greensboro Invitational, 1992 Navy-Forrestal Tournament, 1992 UNC Chapel Hill Invitational, 1993 UNCW’s Comfort Inn Classic, 1993 Liberty Invitational, 1993 Davidson Invitational, 1993 Kelli Clear UNCW Courtyard by Marriott, 2010 Butler Invitational, 2010 Haley Collins UNCW Hilton Garden Inn Invitational, 2011 Jacqueline Crane Elon Volleyball Classic, 2008

Bea Gerevich Elon Classic, 2003 Lindsay Hartmann UNCW Courtyard Wilmington Beach Bash, 2012 Hannah Helton JMU Invitational, 1989

Holly Hill Carolina Kickoff Invitational, 1996 Davidson Invitational, 1996 Spartan Classic, 1996 Navy-Forrestal Invitational, 1996 Jill Hoeck McAlister’s Deli Seahawk Invitational, 2006 Yvonne Holan UNCW Invitational, 1987 JMU Invitational, 1987 Danielle Kearns Clemson Big Orange Bash, 2001 McKenzie Keightley UNCW Courtyard Wilmington Beach Bash, 2012 Spartan Spiketacular, 2012 Lesli Knauss Navy-Forrestal Classic, 1991 Christi Laite Winthrop Classic, 2011 George Washington Invitational, 2011 Spartan Classic, 2012 Bailey Lee UNC Asheville Preview, 1998 UNC Greensboro Invitational, 1998 Jennifer Mais Liberty Invitational, 2002 Winthrop Invitational, 2003 Jennifer Mallard George Washington Invitational, 2011 Hampton Inn Invitational, 2011 Deacon Invitational, 2012 Spartan Classic, 2012

A CAA All-Rookie Team selection, Paula McConnell was the first pla yer in school history to be named Mos t Valuable Player at two regular-se ason tournaments, earning the honor at the Elon Volleyball Classic in 200 8 and the Davidson Volleyball Cla ssic in 2009.

Martha Byrd USVBA Regional, 1985 Rachael Caricato Battle at the Beach, 2008 Elon Volleyball Classic, 2008

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aWARD wINNERS Paula McConnell McAlister’s Battle at the Beach, 2006 LaSalle Tournament, 2006 Seahawk Classic, 2008 Georgia Southern Bash In the Boro, 2008 UNCW Courtyard by Marriott/Hilton Garden Inn Classic, 2009 Myrtle Beach Comfort Suites Invitational, 2009

Samantha Seifert High Point Volleyball Classic, 2010

Lisa Mills UNCW Invitational, 1987 Winthrop Invitational, 1987 JMU Invitational, 1987

Brittany Sutton High Point Invitational

Lindsay Moffitt Sleep Inn Battle at the Beach, 2005 North Carolina A&T/Terry LaBonte Classic, 2005 Emily Mohrman UNCW Hampton Inn Invitational, 2010 Ginger Moon UNC Charlotte Invitational, 1993 UNCW’s Comfort Inn Classic, 1994 UNC Charlotte Invitational, 1994 Carolina Kickoff Invitational, 1995 Davidson Invitational, 1996 Ashlyn Morris Battle at the Beach, 2007 Megan Nash North Carolina A&T/Terry LaBonte Classic, 2005 Colorado Invitational, 2007 Catamount Clash, 2007 Bobbi Pate Liberty Invitational, 1993 Davidson Invitational, 1993 Sheldon Plentovich UNC’s Round Robin Tournament, 1991 Navy-Forrestal Classic, 1991 UNC’s Round Robin Tournament, 1992 UNC Charlotte Invitational, 1992

Lindsey Strucko Davidson Wildcat Classic, 2009 UNCW Courtyard by Marriott/Hilton Garden Inn Classic, 2009 Hilton RTP/NCCU Volleyball Tournament, 2009

Josie Youngblood UNC Preview Tournament, 1994 UNCW’s Comfort Inn Classic, 1994 UNC Charlotte Invitational, 1994 Carolina Kickoff Invitational, 1995 Navy-Forrestal Invitational, 1995 Tournament Most Valuable Player Martha Byrd, USVBA Regional, 1985 Paula McConnell, Catamount Clash, 2007 Paula McConnell, Elon Volleyball Classic, 2008 Paula McConnell, Davidson Wildcat Clasic, 2009 Miscellaneous Touranment Player Position Awards Ashlyn Morris, Best Libero, 2009 Davidson Wildcat Classic Colonial Athletic Association Player-of-the-Week Lisa Mills, Oct. 10, 1988 Dede Devoley, Oct. 17, 1988 Mary Lou Ryan, Nov. 7, 1988 Diane Lynn, Sept. 11, 1989 Hannah Helton, Sept. 18, 1989 Yvonne Holan, Oct. 2, 1989 Kim Cavanaugh, Oct. 28, 1990 Kim Cavanaugh, Nov. 5, 1990 Kim Cavanaugh, Oct. 28, 1991

Amy Chilausky, Sept. 28, 1992 Ginger Moon, Sept. 27, 1993 Amy Chilausky, Nov. 8, 1993 Josie Youngblood, Nov. 6, 1995 Brittany Sutton, Sept. 3, 2001 Lindsay Moffitt, Aug. 29, 2005 Paula McConnell, Sept. 8, 2008 Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player-of-the-Week Paula McConnell, Sept. 14, 2009 Christi Laite, Oct. 29, 2012 Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player-of-the-Week Haley Collins, Nov. 7, 2011 Courtney Porter, Oct. 10, 2011 Colonial Athletic Association Rookieof-the-Week Paula McConnell, Sept. 4, 2006 (CoRookie) Rachael Caricato, Sept, 10, 2007 McKenzie Keightley, Sept, 6, 2011 Victoria Phillips, Oct. 29, 2012 CAA Coach-of-the-Year Kathy McDaniel, 1988 CoSIDA-GTE Academic All-America Dede Devoley, 1988 (District III) Thomas V. Moseley Award Dede Devoley, 1988 Josie Youngblood, 1996 UNCW Chancellor’s Cup Award Mary Lou Ryan, 1988 Leslie Noukelak, 1996 Ginger Moon, 1997 NCCSIA All-State Team Megan Nash, 2006, 2007, 2008 Christi Laite, 2011

Anna Price Battle at the Beach, 2007 Battle at the Beach, 2008 Felicity Ribalkin Sleep Inn Battle at the Beach, 2005 North Carolina A&T/Terry LaBonte Classic, 2005

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Year-by-year REcords & Coaching REcords  All-Time Results Year Aff. 1974 AIAW 1975 AIAW 1976 AIAW 1977 AIAW 1978 AIAW 1979 AIAW 1980 AIAW 1981 AIAW 8 Seasons

Coach Jan Donahue Jan Donahue Ann Kraft Ann Kraft Jane Batson Judy Peel Jackie Bartlett Jackie Bartlett AIAW

W 15 17 12 12 3 12 18 14 103

L 2 5 2 13 16 12 18 22 90

PCT .882 .773 .857 .480 .158 .500 .500 .389 .534

1982 NAIA 1983 NAIA 2 Seasons

Jackie Bartlett Jackie Bartlett NAIA

21 25 46

9 13 22

.700 .658 .676

1984 NCAA I 1985 NCAA I 1986 NCAA I 1987 NCAA I 1988 NCAA I 1989 NCAA I 1990 NCAA I 1991 NCAA I 1992 NCAA I 1993 NCAA I 1994 NCAA I 1995 NCAA I 1996 NCAA I 1997 NCAA I 1998 NCAA I 1999 NCAA I 2000 NCAA I 2001 NCAA I 2002 NCAA I 2003 NCAA I 2004 NCAA I 2005 NCAA I 2006 NCAA I 2007 NCAA I 2008 NCAA I 2009 NCAA I 2010 NCAA I 2011 NCAA I 2012 NCAA I 29 Seasons 39 Seasons

Jackie Bartlett Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel Kathy McDaniel China Jude China Jude John Rodgers John Rodgers/Amy Gardner Amy Gardner Jenn McCall Jenn McCall Jenn McCall Jenn McCall Jenn McCall Amy Bambenek Amy Bambenek Amy Bambenek Amy Bambenek NCAA I Overall Record

11 18 16 26 30 15 21 23 18 20 19 20 19 9 8 4 5 11 7 6 3 5 8 8 6 13 7 12 11 379 528

18 13 14 11 3 9 10 10 19 16 14 11 15 25 24 24 27 18 22 20 22 23 25 23 23 18 23 19 17 516 628

.379 .580 .533 .703 .909 .625 .677 .696 .486 .555 .576 .645 .559 .264 .250 .167 .156 .379 .241 .231 .120 .179 .242 .258 .207 .419 .233 .387 .392 .423 .457

Won 32 24 3 12 89 262 9 11 12 30 43

Lost 7 15 16 12 80 194 51 18 39 116 77

 UNCW in the CAA Year Head Coach 1984 Jackie Bartlett 1985 Kathy McDaniel 1986 Kathy McDaniel 1987 Kathy McDaniel 1988 Kathy McDaniel 1989 Kathy McDaniel 1990 Kathy McDaniel 1991 Kathy McDaniel 1992 Kathy McDaniel 1993 Kathy McDaniel 1994 Kathy McDaniel 1995 Kathy McDaniel 1996 Kathy McDaniel 1997 Kathy McDaniel 1998 Kathy McDaniel 1999 China Jude 2000 China Jude 2001 John Rodgers 2002 Amy Gardner 2003 Amy Gardner 2004 Jenn McCall 2005 Jenn McCall 2006 Jenn McCall 2007 Jenn McCall 2008 Jenn McCall 2009 Amy Bambenek 2010 Amy Bambenek 2011 Amy Bambenek 2012 Amy Bambenek 29 Seasons

Overall CAA CAA Tournament 11-18 4-6 18-13 2-2 Lost in semifinals 17-15 5-5 4th Place 23-11 6-5 4th Place 30-3 5-2 2nd Place 15-9 2-3 5th Place 21-10 4-4 3rd Place 23-10 4-4 3rd Place 18-19 2-4 first round 20-16 3-4 semifinals 19-14 0-6 first round 20-11 3-5 semifinals 19-15 2-4 first round 9-25 2-10 first round 8-24 4-12 first round 4-24 0-12 first round 5-27 0-12 first round 11-18 1-11 7-22 3-13 6-20 2-12 3-22 0-14 5-23 1-17 8-25 0-18 8-23 1-13 6-23 0-14 13-18 3-11 7-23 1-13 12-19 5-9 11-17 3-9 379-516 89-235

 Coaches By Chronological Order Coach Jan Donahue Ann Kraft Jane Batson Judy Peel Jackie Bartlett Kathy McDaniel China Jude John Rodgers Amy Gardner Jenn McCall Amy Bambenek

Began 1974 1976 1978 1979 1980 1985 1999 2001 2002 2004 2009

Ended 1975 1977 1978 1979 1984 1998 2000 2002 2003 2008 Active

Years 2 2 1 1 5 14 2 1 2 4 4

Pct. .820 .615 .158 .500 .527 .575 .150 .379 .235 .205 .358

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Year-by-year tEAM Statistics Season 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

SP-MP 86-31 120-37 111-33 87-26 115-0 117-33 134-37 135-36 125-33 120--31 122-34 119-34 117-32 92-28 105-32 101-29 103-29 92-26 84-25 96-28 114-33 109-31 101-29 112-31 106-30 119-31 104-28

K 415 1511 1398 1094 1317 1391 1866 1681 1594 1548 1586 1347 1396 859 1208 1318 1234 1155 1011 1111 1384 1332 1074 1201 1092 1306 1232

K/S 4.83 12.59 12.59 12.57 11.45 11.89 13.93 12.45 12.75 12.90 13.00 11.32 11.93 9.34 11.50 13.05 11.98 12.55 12.04 11.57 12.14 12.22 10.63 10.72 10.30 10.97 11.84

E 395 536 548 472 644 629 833 811 785 725 776 795 798 598 721 652 591 602 639 628 760 745 610 568 603 729 597

TA 2585 3875 3345 2822 4045 3586 4781 4846 4798 4228 4616 4203 4393 3051 3817 3869 3664 3593 3288 3644 4212 4101 3477 3789 3564 3968 3512

Pct .008 .252 .254 .220 .166 .212 .216 .180 .169 .195 .175 .131 .136 .086 .128 .172 .175 .154 .113 .133 .148 .143 .133 .167 .137 .145 .181

A 2181 1206 1172 1054 1159 1219 1610 1476 1376 1375 1475 1207 1189 771 1072 1153 1057 1047 921 1007 1223 1208 989 1070 1002 1201 1154

A/S 25.36 10.05 10.56 12.11 10.08 10.42 12.01 10.93 11.01 11.46 12.09 10.14 10.16 8.38 10.21 11.42 10.26 11.38 10.96 10.49 10.73 11.08 9.79 9.55 9.45 10.09 11.09

SA 61 284 329 263 316 263 282 265 260 309 303 265 180 132 164 188 186 159 123 91 176 162 107 144 131 158 142

Season 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

DIG 507 2323 2091 1726 2073 1762 3072 2279 2090 1849 1936 1451 1762 1074 1416 1415 1316 1351 1218 1368 1563 1520 1507

D/S 5.90 19.36 18.84 19.84 18.03 15.06 22.93 16.88 16.72 15.41 15.87 12.19 15.06 11.67 13.49 14.01 12.78 14.68 14.50 14.25 13.71 13.94 14.92

RE 0 0 0 0 0 343 270 282 0 179 243 216 234 194 226 188 272 191 190 186 234 249 178

BS 273 122 0 199 0 269 382 127 78 102 119 81 72 38 52 68 84 43 40 52 50 62 27

BA 217 297 393 239 595 264 613 393 264 286 310 231 385 238 196 183 154 172 102 260 294 222 250

TB 490 419 393 438 595 533 995 520 342 388 429 312 457 276 248 251 238 215 142 312 344 284 277

B/S 5.70 3.49 3.54 5.03 5.17 4.56 7.43 3.85 2.74 3.23 3.52 2.62 3.91 3.00 2.36 2.49 2.31 2.34 1.69 3.25 3.02 2.61 2.74

BE 0 0 0 0 0 160 266 107 62 79 70 70 79 52 45 45 24 23 39 39 68 55 33

BHE 0 0 0 0 0 52 577 107 101 68 49 53 42 52 48 51 32 27 40 85 58 61 42

2009 2010 2011 2012

1568 1416 1516 1426

14.00 13.36 12.74 13.71

168 188 145 122

42 31 34 27

319 402 419 390

361 433 453 417

3.22 4.08 3.81 4.00

29 54 64 51

46 53 35 38

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SA/S SESA 0.71 0 2.37 0 2.96 0 3.02 0 2.75 0 2.25 346 2.10 393 1.96 324 2.08 349 2.58 402 2.48 464 2.23 485 1.54 332 1.43 225 1.56 225 1.86 210 1.81 246 1.73 225 1.46 162 0.95 174 1.54 271 1.49 182 1.06 161 1.29 247 1.24 205 1.33 227 1.37 155

Individual Season Records Digs 1. 527 2. 496 3. 485 4. 483 5. 478 6. 477 7. 448 8. 431 9. 430 10. 429

1992 2011 1993 1987 1992 1992 2009 2008 1992 2006

Block assists 1. 230 Kim Cavanaugh 2. 150 K.C. Harmon 3. 146 Amy Chilausky 4. 107 Diane Lynn 5. 105 Lisa Mills 6. 103 Kimberly Friedl 103 Bailey Lee 8. 100 McKenzie Keightley 9. 97 Amy Chilausky 97 Jennifer Jamieson

1990 1992 1992 1990 1988 2009 1998 2012 1993 1992

Points 1. 791.0 2. 642.5 3. 576.0 4. 523.0 5. 512.5 6. 493.5 7. 475.0 8. 474.0 9. 470.5 10. 466.0

Digs per set (minimum 75 sets) 1. 4.31 Ashlyn Morris 2. 4.17 Haley Collins 3. 4.03 Yvonne Holan 4. 4.00 Ashlyn Morris 5. 3.97 Jennifer Jamieson 6. 3.93 Sheldon Plentovich 7. 3.84 Kate Bennett 8. 3.76 Dorinda Petrisko 9. 3.75 Hannah Helton 10. 3.71 Amy Chilausky

2008 2011 1987 2009 1992 1992 2005 2006 1990 1992

Total blocks 1. 281 Amy Chilausky 2. 235 K.C. Harmon 3. 230 Kim Cavanaugh 4. 186 Kim Cavanaugh 5. 177 Stephanie Wall 6. 161 Lisa Mills 7. 159 Sheldon Plentovich 8. 147 Amy Chilausky 9. 142 Jennifer Jamieson 10. 136 Hannah Helton

1992 1992 1990 1991 1985 1985 1992 1993 1992 1989

Points per set (minimum 75 sets) 1. 6.13 Amy Chilausky 2. 5.10 Kim Cavanaugh 3. 5.01 Hannah Helton 4. 4.76 Amy Chilausky 5. 4.29 Sarah DeLair 6. 4.27 Josie Youngblood 7. 4.22 Bailey Lee 8. 4.08 Kim Cavanaugh 9. 4.03 Diane Lynn 10. 4.03 Bailey Lee

Block solos 1. 135 Amy Chilausky 2. 125 Stephanie Wall 3. 104 Kim Cavanaugh 4. 97 Lisa Mills 5. 85 K.C. Harmon 6. 73 Hannah Helton 7. 70 Jen Parks 8. 65 Sheldon Plentovich 9. 64 Diane Lynn 10. 53 Amy Chilausky

1992 1985 1991 1985 1992 1989 1991 1992 1989 1991

Blocks per set (minimum 75 sets) 1. 2.18 Amy Chilausky 2. 2.07 Kim Cavanaugh 3. 2.06 Stephanie Wall 4. 1.87 Lisa Mills 5. 1.81 K.C. Harmon 6. 1.65 Kim Cavanaugh 7. 1.58 Hannah Helton 8. 1.26 Diane Lynn 9. 1.19 Sheldon Plentovich 10. 1.18 Jennifer Jamieson

1992 1990 1985 1985 1992 1991 1989 1989 1992 1992

Sheldon Plentovich Haley Collins Bobbi Pate Yvonne Holan Amy Chilausky Jennifer Jamieson Ashlyn Morris Ashlyn Morris K.C. Harmon Dorinda Petrisko

corded program-bests Sheldon Plentovich re 7 digs during the 1992 of 1,535 assists and 52 season.

Amy Chilausky Amy Chilausky Kim Cavanaugh Sarah DeLair Josie Youngblood Bailey Lee Josie Youngblood Sarah DeLair Lisa Mills Dede Devoley

1992 1993 1991 1996 1995 1998 1994 1995 1987 1987

Lisa Mills hold s the program’s single-season record for serv ice aces, record ing 110 during the 1987 campa ign.

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1992 1991 1989 1993 1996 1995 1998 1990 1989 2001

Individual Season REcords Kills 1. 528 2. 512 3. 450 4. 414 5. 413 6. 397 7. 386 8. 379 9. 376 10. 375

1992 1993 1995 1987 1994 1996 1997 1991 1988 1996

Attack pct. (minimum 100 attempts) 1. .347 Jennifer Mais 2. .340 Hannah Helton 3. .328 Amy Chilausky 4. .326 Dede Devoley 5. .317 Yvonne Holan 6. .315 Paula McConnell 7. .311 McKenzie Keightley 8. .294 Paula McConnell 9. .292 Lisa Mills 10. .291 Diane Lynn

2002 1989 1991 1987 1987 2009 2012 2008 1988 1989

Service aces 1. 110 Lisa Mills 2. 100 Lisa Mills 3. 75 Ginger Moon 4. 65 K.C. Harmon 5. 64 Hannah Helton 6. 61 Mary Lou Ryan 61 Sarah DeLair 8. 57 Ginger Moon 9. 56 Hannah Helton 10. 55 Amy Chilausky

Kills per set (minimum 75 sets) 1. 4.09 Amy Chilausky 2. 3.79 Amy Chilausky 3. 3.75 Josie Youngblood 4. 3.48 Dede Devoley 5. 3.45 Dede Devoley 6. 3.36 Josie Youngblood 7. 3.35 Kim Cavanaugh 8. 3.28 Christi Laite 9. 3.27 Kate Bennett 10. 3.25 Sarah DeLair

1992 1993 1995 1988 1987 1994 1991 2011 2004 1996

Assists 1. 1535 2. 1290 3. 1278 4. 1222 1222 6. 1194 7. 1189 8. 1154 9. 1090 10. 1063

1992 1993 1996 1994 1985 1995 1998 1988 1997 1991

Service aces per set (minimum 75 sets) 1. 0.93 Lisa Mills 1987 2. 0.93 Lisa Mills 1988 3. 0.65 Hannah Helton 1989 4. 0.58 Hannah Helton 1990 5. 0.56 Mary Lou Ryan 1988 6. 0.56 Ginger Moon 1993 7. 0.51 Christy Montford 1989 8. 0.51 Sarah DeLair 1995 9. 0.50 K.C. Harmon 1992 10. 0.48 Heather Kimble 1990

Attack attempts 1. 1283 Amy Chilausky 2. 1185 Josie Youngblood 3. 1184 Amy Chilausky 1184 Josie Youngblood 1184 Sarah DeLair 6. 1115 Lindsey Strucko 7. 1076 Abbey Blazer 8. 1063 Bailey Lee 9. 1056 Holly Hill 10. 1040 Bobbi Pate

1993 1994 1992 1995 1996 2009 1997 1998 1996 1993

Assists per set (minimum 75 sets) 1. 11.46 Sheldon Plentovich 2. 10.69 Mary Lou Ryan 3. 10.48 Ginger Moon 4. 10.16 Holly Abbuhl 5. 10.02 Ginger Bradbury 6. 9.95 Ginger Moon 7. 9.93 Ginger Moon 8. 9.70 Ginger Moon 9. 9.69 Lacey White 10. 9.67 Jill Hoeck

1992 1988 1996 1998 2001 1995 1994 1993 2004 2007

Service attempts 1. 469 Ashlyn Morris 2. 456 Jill Hoeck 3. 449 Paula McConnell 4. 444 Jill Hoeck 444 Dorinda Petrisko 6. 429 Jennifer Mallard 7. 417 Elizabeth Hanna 8. 414 Ashlyn Morris 9. 401 Lindsay Moffitt 10. 400 Kelli Clear

Amy Chilausky Amy Chilausky Josie Youngblood Dede Devoley Josie Youngblood Sarah DeLair Abbey Blazer Kim Cavanaugh Dede Devoley Holly Hill

Sheldon Plentovich Ginger Moon Ginger Moon Ginger Moon Martha Byrd Ginger Moon Holly Abbuhl Mary Lou Ryan Holly Abbuhl Sheldon Plentovich

Amy Chilausky esta blished new progra m-bests with 528 blocks and 282 to kills, 135 solo tal blocks during th e 1992 season.

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1987 1988 1993 1992 1990 1988 1995 1994 1989 1992

2006 2006 2007 2007 2006 2011 2006 2007 2005 2010

Individual Career Records Kills 1. 1470 2. 1375 3. 1267 4. 1185 5. 1005 6. 994 7. 969 8. 881 9. 856 10. 846

Attack pct. (minimum 2000 attempts) 1. .271 Paula McConnell 2006-09 2. .264 Amy Chilausky 1990-93 3. .254 Yvonne Holan 1987-89 4. .245 Hannah Helton 1987-90 5. .230 Dede Devoley 1985,87-88 6. .210 Christi Laite 2010-Active 7. .203 Bobbi Pate 1990-93 8. .197 Sarah DeLair 1994-97 9. .189 Leslie Noukelak 1992-95 10. .187 Lindsay Moffitt 2002-05

Service aces 1. 234 Ginger Moon 2. 232 Lisa Mills 3. 207 Hannah Helton 4. 186 Sarah DeLair 5. 140 Heather Kimble 6. 135 Ashlee Morris 7. 126 Julie Shouse 8. 118 Bailey Lee 9. 117 Josie Youngblood 10. 113 Leslie Noukelak

Kills per set (minimum 100 sets) 1. 3.39 Amy Chilausky 1990-93 2. 3.24 Abbey Blazer 1997 3. 3.03 Kim Cavanaugh 1990-91 4. 3.00 Josie Youngblood 1991-95 5. 2.88 Jennifer Mais 2002-03 6. 2.87 Bailey Lee 1998-01 7. 2.81 Yvonne Holan 1987-89 8. 2.75 Sarah DeLair 1994-97 9. 2.73 Dede Devoley 1985,87-88 10. 2.70 Christi Laite 2010-12

Assists 1. 4984 2. 3581 3. 3194 4. 2146 5. 2073 6. 1851 7. 1465 8. 1222 9. 1208 10. 1144

Service aces per set (minimum 100 sets) 1. 0.74 Lisa Mills 1985,87-88 2. 0.50 K.C. Harmon 1992 3. 0.49 Hannah Helton 1987-90 4. 0.47 Ginger Moon 1993-96 5. 0.46 Bea Gerevich 2002-03 6. 0.41 Vanessa Caruso 1995 7. 0.40 Sarah DeLair 1994-97 8. 0.40 Heather Kimble 1987-90 9. 0.40 Kim Cavanaugh 1990-91 10. 0.40 Heather White 1999-01

Attack attempts 1. 3810 Josie Youngblood 2. 3712 Sarah DeLair 3. 3379 Amy Chilausky 4. 3348 Bailey Lee 5. 3156 Lindsey Strucko 6. 2580 Erin Fowler 7. 2535 Hannah Helton 8. 2524 Lindsay Moffitt 9. 2398 Megan Nash 10. 2394 Dede Devoley

Assists per set (minimum 100 sets) 1. 10.01 Ginger Moon 1993-96 2. 9.42 Jill Hoeck 2006-07 3. 9.02 Holly Abbuhl 1997-00 4. 8.12 Mary Lou Ryan 1987-88 5. 7.91 Sheldon Plentovich 1989-92 6. 7.79 Ginger Bradbury 2000-01 7. 7.63 Bea Gerevich 2002-03 8. 6.98 Lacey White 2003-04 9. 6.10 Kelsey Bendig 2008-11 10. 5.27 Natalie Lahaie 2009-12

Amy Chilausky Josie Youngblood Sarah DeLair Bailey Lee Lindsey Strucko Hannah Helton Paula McConnell Yvonne Holan Dede Devoley Lindsay Moffitt

1990-93 1991-95 1994-97 1998-01 2006-09 1987-90 2006-09 1987-89 1985,87-88 2002-05

1991-95 1994-97 1990-93 1998-01 2006-09 1998-01 1987-90 2002-05 2005-08 1985,87-88

Ginger Moon Sheldon Plentovich Holly Abbuhl Kelsey Bendig Jill Hoeck Mary Lou Ryan Bea Gerevich Martha Byrd Ginger Bradbury Lacey White

1993-96 1989-92 1997-00 2008-11 2006-07 1987-88 2002-03 1985 2000-01 2003-04

Service attempts 1. 1596 Ashlyn Morris 2. 1386 Lindsay Moffitt 3. 1106 Kelsey Bendig 4. 1031 Dorinda Petrisko 5. 1007 Haley Collins 6. 900 Jill Hoeck 7. 870 Anna Price 8. 778 Kelli Clear 774 Jennifer Mallard 10. 774 Natalie LaHaie

1993-96 1985,87-88 1987-90 1994-97 1987-90 1996-99 1988-91 1998-01 1991-95 1992-95

2006-09 2002-05 2008-11 2003-06 2010-12 2006-07 2006-09 2007-10 2008-12 2009-12

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Individual Career Records Digs 1. 1516 2. 1383 3. 1217 4. 1166 5. 1097 6. 1076 7. 1051 8. 1042 9. 1014 10. 909

Ashlyn Morris 2006-09 Josie Youngblood 1991-95 Hannah Helton 1987-90 Haley Collins 2010-Active Yvonne Holan 1987-89 Sarah DeLair 1994-97 Sheldon Plentovich 1989-92 Ginger Moon 1993-96 Leslie Noukelak 1992-95 Amy Chilausky 1990-93

Digs per set (minimum 100 sets) 1. 3.73 Haley Collins 2. 3.63 Kate Bennett 3. 3.52 Ashlyn Morris 4. 3.50 Yvonne Holan 5. 3.31 K.C. Harmon 6. 3.02 Josie Youngblood 7. 2.98 Leslie Knauss 8. 2.98 Katy Kurt 9. 2.90 Bea Gerevich 10. 2.87 Hannah Helton

2010-11 2004-05 2006-09 1987-89 1992 1991-95 1988-92 1993-94 2002-03 1987-90

Total blocks 1. 561 Amy Chilausky 1990-93 2. 416 Kim Cavanaugh 1990-91 3. 375 Lisa Mills 1985,87-88 4. 374 Bailey Lee 1998-01 5. 364 Hannah Helton 1987-90 6. 334 Sarah DeLair 1994-97 7. 328 Sheldon Plentovich 1989-92 8. 268 Paula McConnell 2006-09 9. 254 Jennifer Jamieson 1989-92 10. 253 Debby Taydus 1991-94

Blocks per set (minimum 100 sets) 1. 1.86 Kim Cavanaugh 1990-91 2. 1.81 K.C. Harmon 1992 3. 1.29 Amy Chilausky 1990-93 4. 1.20 Lisa Mills 1985,87-88 5. 1.04 Kimberly Friedl 2007-10 6. 1.01 McKenzie Keightley 2011-12 7. 0.91 Bailey Lee 1998-01 8. 0.90 Courtney Porter 2010-11 9. 0.90 Diane Lynn 1987-90 10. 0.89 Jennifer Jamieson 1989-92 Points 1. 1962.5 2. 1674.5 3. 1646.5 4. 1542.0 5. 1437.0 6. 1161.0 7. 1141.0 8. 1107.5 9. 1068.0 10. 1029.0

Sets played 1. 498 Ginger Moon 2. 461 Sarah DeLair 3. 458 Josie Youngblood 4. 453 Sheldon Plentovich 5. 442 Ashlee Morris 6. 434 Amy Chilausky 7. 431 Ashlyn Morris 8. 424 Hannah Helton 9. 419 Paula McConnell 10. 413 Bailey Lee

Amy Chilausky 1990-93 Sarah DeLair 1994-97 Josie Youngblood 1991-95 Bailey Lee 1998-01 Hannah Helton 1987-90 Paula McConnell 2006-09 Lisa Mills 1985,87-88 Lindsey Strucko 2006-09 Yvonne Holan 1987-89 Kim Cavanaugh 1990-91

Points per set (minimum 100 sets) 1. 4.59 Kim Cavanaugh 1990-91 2. 4.52 Amy Chilausky 1990-93 3. 3.88 Abbey Blazer 1997 4. 3.73 Bailey Lee 1998-01 5. 3.67 Jennifer Mais 2002-03 6. 3.66 Lisa Mills 1985,87-88 7. 3.63 Sarah DeLair 1994-97 8. 3.59 Josie Youngblood 1991-95 9. 3.41 Yvonne Holan 1987-89 10. 3.39 Hannah Helton 1987-90

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1993-96 1994-97 1991-95 1989-92 1996-99 1990-93 2006-09 1987-90 2006-09 1998-01

All-Time Roster A Holly Abbuhl, 1997-00 Julie Allen, 1996-99 Martine Allison, 2004 Juliet Anderson, 2001

Haley Collins, 2010-Active Kathy Cooper, 1979 Kim Covil, 2000 Jacqueline Crane, 2005-2008

B Kay Baker, 1984-85 Karen Barrett, 1984 Ambrosia Barnette, 2004 Jodi Bartman, 2002 Janice Bates, 1993 Tonya Beaumont, 2002 Judy Bender, 1980-81 Kelsey Bendig, 2008-2011 Kate Bennett, 2004-05 June Benton, 1984-85 Abbey Blazer, 1997 Angela Bodnar, 1996-00 Meaghan Boyle, 2000 Ginger Bradbury, 2000-01 Heidi Bradbury, 2001-03 Anna Brewster, 2002-03 Laurie Brown, 1986 Martha Byrd, 1984-86 C Robin Campbell, 1981 Rachael Caricato, 2007-10 Katy Chandler, 2000 Mannika Charles, 2009-10 Cynthia Chlus, 1995-96 Kelli Clear, 2007-10 Chris Cummings, 1995 Vanessa Caruso, 1995 Kim Cavanaugh, 1990-91 Amy Chilausky, 1990-93 Kaitlyn Cobb, 2012-Active

D Jeanie Daab, 1989 Sarah DeLair, 1994-97 Dede Devoley, 1985-88 Delanie Dolan, 2008-10 F Sara Fitzgerald, 2011-Active Christine Forsyth, 1985 Antoinette Foust, 1984 Erin Fowler, 1998-01 Kimberly Freidl, 2007-10 Christa Fulenwider, 2005-2006 G Leah Gagliardi, 2011-Active Sara Gaither, 1978-80 LuAnn Gentry, 1981 Katie Gratale, 2011 Bea Gerevich, 2002-2003 Meg Gerlach, 1993 Heidi Graham, 1999 H Lindsay Hartmann, 2012-Active Lynn Hartough, 2003-05 Angela Harvey, 1979 K.C. Harmon, 1992-93 Annette Hassell, 1978-80 Holly Hill, 1994-96 Jennifer Hill, 2002 Hannah Helton, 1987-90 Jill Hoeck, 2006-2007

Keri Hogan, 2007-10 Yvonne Holan, 1986-89 Kyle Horton, 1998 Lindsay Huffman, 2006 Robin Huffman, 1981 J Rhonda Jackson, 1987 Jennifer Jamieson, 1989-1992 Janet Johnson, 1980 Wrenn Johnson, 1978-79 Diana Jones, 1988 Kim Jones, 1984-87 K Danielle Kearns, 2001 McKenzie Keightley, 2011-12 Heather Kimble, 1987-90 Morgan Kline, 2011-Active Leslie Knauss, 1988-1992 Katherine Kuhn, 2002 Katy Kurt, 1993-94 L Natalie Lahaie, 2009-12 Christi Laite, 2010-Active Bailey Lee, 1998-01 Darcy Lee, 1980 Romaine Lee, 1978 Lisa Livingston, 1978 Diane Lynn, 1987-90 M Kristin Maier, 2005 Kristin Main, 2002 Jennifer Mais, 2002-03 Jennifer Mallard, 2008-12

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All-Time Roster Lanette Marett, 1999 Hannah Marsh, 2005 Paige Marvin, 2002-05 Betsy Massari, 1978 Marissa Marzilli, 2008 Paula McConnell, 2006-09 Karen McFayden, 1984 Jennifer McNeill, 1993-96 Shannon Meyer, 1996-97,99 Lisa Mills, 1985-88 Jamie Mincey, 1986-88 Liz Mitchell, 2003-06 Meredith Mitchell, 2002-2003 Hailey Mize, 2010 Lindsay Moffitt, 2002-05 Emily Mohrman, 2008-2011 Janie Molosh, 1979-81 Lisa Montague, 1978-79 Christy Montford, 1987-90 Ginger Moon, 1993-96 Adrienne Moore, 2002 Miranda Mounts, 2011-12 Nikki Morgan, 1997 Ashlee Morris, 1996-99 Ashlyn Morris, 2006-09 Samantha Moser, 2003-2004 Shelly Muscat, 1989-1992 N Megan Nash, 2005-2008 Leigh Noblin, 1985-86 Doreen Nowicki, 1984-85 Leslie Noukelak, 1992-95 Mandy Novak, 1996-97 O Marlina Oakes, 1998-99 Mollie Odom, 1984-85 Kristen Otto, 1993

P Jen Parks, 1989-1992 Mandy Partin, 1996-99 Bobbi Pate, 1990-93 Meredith Peacock, 2012-Active Terri Peet, 1979 Dorinda Petrisko, 2003-06 Victoria Phillips, 2012-Active Sheldon Plentovich,1989-92 Katie Ploghoft, 2000 Courtney Porter, 2010-Active Anna Price, 2006-09 Pattie Provost, 1978 Q Sarah Quick, 1978-80 R Emily Rakes, 1994-97 Felicity Ribalkin, 2003-05 Sadie Rogers, 2005 Denise Rowlett, 1979 Mary Lou Ryan, 1987-88 S Brittany Sandy, 2004-07 Samantha Seifert, 2010 Lizzie Shaffer, 2003 Nikki Shields, 2000-01 Susan Shepard, 2001 Julie Shouse, 1988-91 Becky Simmons, 1979-81 Susie Sineath, 1984,86-87 Denise Smith, 1978 Ashley Smith, 2002-04 Erica Spina, 1998,99 Susan Spivey, 1979 Maggie St. Ledger, 1981 Emily Steele, 2000-01

Tina Stow, 1999 Lindsey Strucko, 2006-09 Amanda Stucke-2003-05 Brittany Sutton, 1997-01 T Debbie Taydus, 1991-1994 Brenda Tew, 1981 Bridget Toomey, 1979-81 U Evangeline Uldricks, 1994 V Holly Vandenberg, 1998 Amie Vermaas, 2000 Aeida Vincent, 1978 W Stephanie Wall, 1984-86 Nancy Washburn, 1978 Bonnie Whitaker, 1980-81 Heather White, 1999-01 Lacey White, 2003-04 Michele Wilderson, 1980-81 Gretchen Wilson, 2009 Linda Williams, 1980 Sara Womble, 1981-84 Y Mandi Young, 2000 Sierra Young, 2010-Active Josie Youngblood, 1992-95

Lindsey Strucko was a four-year letterwinner for the Seahawks who finished her career in fifth place on the program’s all-time kills (1.005) and attack attempts (3,156).

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L

PCT

Last Match

0

1.000

2008

American Athletic Conference Connecticut 1 0 1.000 1992 Rutgers 0 1 .000 2012 Atlantic Coast Boston College 1 Clemson 0 Duke 0 Georgia Tech 0 UNC Chapel Hill 0 NC State 1 Wake Forest 1 Virginia 0 Virginia Tech 0

0 3 3 3 3 5 6 3 2

1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .167 .143 .000 .000

1991 2001 1991 2000 1993 2012 2012 1989 2008

Atlantic Sun ETSU Gardner-Webb Jacksonville Kennesaw State Mercer North Florida Stetson

2 0 2 0 5 0 1

.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .444 1.000 .667

1993 2006 2008 2007 2006 2011 2012

Atlantic 10 Charlotte George Mason George Washington LaSalle Xavier (Ohio) VCU Big East Butler Villanova Big South Campbell CSU Coastal Carolina High Point Liberty

0 5 0 1 4 1 2

9 11 0 0 1 11

0 0

29 24 32 4 1

15 36 2 1 3 26

1 1

14 11 23 9 3

.375 .234 .000 .000 .250 .407

.000 .000

.674 .686 .582 .307 .250

2009 2012 2011 2006 2010 2011

2010 1986

2012 2011 2011 2012 2002

Opponent W UNC Asheville 8 Presbyterian 0 Radford 3 Winthrop 7

L 16 2 2 8

PCT .333 .000 .600 .467

Last Match 2009 2011 2009 2012

Big 10 Northwestern

0

1

.000

1990

Big 12 Colorado

0

1

.000

2007

Colonial Athletic Association CofC 6 13 .316 Delaware 3 23 .115 Drexel 0 2 .000 Hofstra 3 19 .136 James Madison 12 38 .240 Northeastern 0 13 .000 Towson 4 17 .190 William & Mary 4 47 .078 Conference USA Central Florida 0 3 .000 Cincinnati 1 0 1.000 East Carolina 38 28 .575 FIU First Meeting Marshall 0 1 .000

2011 2012 2002 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

2010 1995 2009 2000

Horizon League UIC First Meeting Wright State 0 3 .000 Youngstown State 0 2 .000

2001 2012

Ivy League Columbia Pennsylvania

3 1

2 0

.600 1.000

2009 1995

Metro Atlantic Canisius 1 Loyola (Md.) 2 Manhattan 1 Niagara 1 Rider 1

0 1 0 2 0

1.000 .667 1.000 .333 1.000

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PCT

Last Match

1 1

.000 .000

2008 2002

The Summit League Chicago State 1 1 UMKC 0 1

.500 .000

2004 1997

.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .821 .583 1.000 1.000

2000 1993 2012 2001 2001 2006 2012 2010 2012 2010 2008

Opponent W Mid-American Eastern Michigan 0 Ohio 0

Mid-Eastern Bethune-Cookman 0 Coppin State 1 Delaware State 2 Hampton 7 Howard 2 UMES 3 Norfolk State 4 NC A&T 23 NCCU 7 South Carolina State 11 WSSU 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0

Mountain West Wyoming 0

1

.000

2011

Northeast C. Connecticut State LIU Brooklyn UMBC St. Francis (N.Y.)

1 0 3 1

0 1 0 0

1.000 .000 1.000 1.000

2011 2012 1992 1994

Ohio Valley Jacksonville State 0 Morehead State 0 UT-Martin 0

1 1 1

.000 .000 .000

1997 2012 2006

Pac 10 Califorina

1

.000

2007

17 2 0 0 1

.320 .333 1.000 1.000 .833

2000 2010 2006 1994 1996

0

Patriot League American 8 Army 1 Bucknell 1 Lehigh 3 Navy 5

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Opponent W Southwestern Grambling State 1 Southern Appalachian State 5 Chattanooga 1 The Citadel 3 Davidson 6 Elon 12 Furman 2 Georgia Southern 2 UNCG 6 Western Carolina 9 Wofford 1 Southeastern Alabama

L

PCT

Last Match

0

1.000

2003

10 3 0 7 11 2 1 14 7 1

.333 .250 1.000 .461 .521 .500 .666 .300 .563 .500

2010 2005 2012 2012 2010 2002 2008 2012 2009 2004

First Meeting

Southland Houston Baptist First Meeting Nicholls State 0 1 .000 UTSA 0 1 .000 Texas A&M - CC 0 1 .000

1991 2003 2011

Sun Belt Georgia State

2012

2

16

.111

Western Athletic Conference Air Force 1 0 1.000 Tulsa 0 1 .000

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Jimmy Bass Athletic Director The UNCW athletic department continues to make tremendous strides under the leadership of Director of Athletics Jimmy Bass. Since taking over the helm of the program in October of 2010, the Seahawks have won more Colonial Athletic Association championships than any other conference member over the last three years. Overall, UNCW has captured 11 CAA titles, including three crowns in 2012-13. Bass introduced a comprehensive strategic plan upon his arrival and the Seahawks embraced it with great success, excelling in the athletic arena and also in the classroom. With a recognized expertise in marketing and fund raising, the North Carolina native restructured the department’s fund raising arm and orchestrated a $2 million renovation to venerable Trask Coliseum. The Seahawks also reached a sponsorship consulting partnership with IMG Worldwide. Before accepting the UNCW post, Bass spent three years in external operations at East Carolina after holding similar positions at Mississippi State, N.C. State, Pittsburgh, UNCW and Davidson. He served as UINCW’s ¿rst full-time fundraiser in 1986, bolstering athletic scholarship efforts and increasing membership in the Seahawk Club three-fold during his ¿rst stay. A member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the National Association of Athletic Development Directors, Bass is beginning his second year as president of the Colonial Athletic Association. He is married to the former Sarah Ruark and the couple has a son, Corey.

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Gary L. Miller Chancellor Dr. Gary Miller serves as the seventh leader of UNCW. A dedicated educator, Miller brings extensive academic and administrative experience to the university. His professional expertise spans the breadth and depth of American higher education, from his own learning experiences as a student at the

College of William and Mary, to his early positions a faculty member at Mississippi State University, Weber State University and the University of Mississippi, to his work as a dean at the University of the PaciÂżc and recently, as provost and vice president of academic affairs and research at Wichita State University.

“The University of North Carolina Wilmington is uniquely situated to lead a transformation in American higher education, to model the programs and services that best serve 21st century students.�

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Wilmington, North Carolina The greater Cape Fear region is home to more than 375,000 people, with Wilmington at its heart. A popular tourist destination, Wilmington is rich in history, arts and culture and is among the fastestgrowing and most business-friendly cities in the Southeast. Sprawling from the banks of the Cape Fear River to the pristine shores of Wrightsville Beach, the city offers something for everyone. Wilmington is nicknamed the “Port City” due to its expansive port, but is better known to locals and visitors as a ¿lm center, thanks to EUE/Screen Gems Studios. From Stephen King’s popular TV series, Under the Dome, to the hit movie Iron Man 3, EUE/Screen Gems has welcomed more than 350 feature ¿lms and television series to southeast North Carolina.

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Committed to undergraduate teaching, UNC Wilmington boasts of learning opportunities second to none and professors whose commitment to knowledge and

teaching is surpassed only by their dedication to students.

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Why UNCW? • A community committed to academic excellence • A mid-sized institution with a small university look and feel • A one-of-a-kind university culture that combines top academics in a unique coastal setting

Campus Life • Service learning and community service: 95,298 hours of service; 6,232 students • Study abroad: more than 500 programs in more than 50 countries • 270 clubs

Campus Facts Location: Wilmington, North Carolina Undergrad Enrollment: 12,387 Admitted freshmen: 90 percent live on campus 8 percent said UNCW was ¿rst choice 26 percent from top 10 percent of high school class

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70+ majors National Rankings For the 15th consecutive year, U.S.News & World Report ranks UNC Wilmington among the top 10 public regional master’s universities in the South. Among the academically outstanding colleges, The Princeton Review consistently designates UNCW one of the best overall bargains in the U.S. based on cost and ¿nancial aid. In Kiplinger’s Best Values in Public Colleges 2012, UNC Wilmington lists among the top 15 public universities in the nation and number two in North Carolina.

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Academic Services

Morgan Kline

2012 Volleyball Team

Christi Laite

2012-13 Academic Accomplishments The volleyball team was named an Academic Team Award winner by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). The women’s soccer team received the NSCAA’s College Team Academic Award for the ninth straight season. Seniors Kim Currie and Stephanie Rose were named to the Mid-Atlantic Scholar All-Region Team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). For the 10th consecutive year, the women’s cross country team was designated as a United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Academic All-American Team.

Melissa Hunt Asst. A.D./StudentAthlete Support Services

Junior forward Shane Reybold was named to the CAA’s All-Academic First-Team and junior guard Tanner Milson collected All-Academic Second-Team honors.  Senior Chelsea McGowen and junior Diana Venezia of the women’s basketball team were selected to the Honorable Mention All-CAA Academic Team.  The women’s track and field team was named a National All-Academic Team by the Track andField and Cross Country Coaches Association.  Senior Kosta Blank was named First-Team Academic All-District (at-large) in the the Capital One Academic program administered by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).  Senior Michael Bass and sophomore Ryan LaGrange were named First-Team Academic All-District (at-large) in the the Capital One Academic program coordinated by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Will Libous Academic Coordinator

 Senior Michael Bass and sophomore Ryan LaGrange were named Capital One Second-Team Academic All-America ®, becoming the first Seahawks to earn the honor since 1987. The baseball team and women’s tennis team earned their first Public Recognition Awards from NCAA by finishing among the top 10 percent nationally with a perfect 1,000 score on the multi-year APR score. Thomas Bass, Stefan Brewer and Payne McLeod of the men’s golf team were each named to the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) scholar-athlete team. Jeanne Metiver was selected to the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholar Team. UNCW’s 366 student-athletes closed out 2012-13 with a 3.1194 cumulative grade point average. The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were recognized by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) as Scholar Academic All-America programs.

Shannon Pease Academic Coordinator

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