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2009 USC Upstate Volleyball

Quick Facts USC Upstate School________ University of South Carolina Upstate Location_ ____________________ Spartanburg, S.C. Founded________________________________1967 Enrollment_ ____________________________ 5,000 Nickname___________________________ Spartans School Colors_ _____Dark Green (567), White & Black Home Facility_ ___________________ Hodge Center Capacity_ ______________________________ 1,535 Affiliation_ _____________________ NCAA Division I Conference______________ Atlantic Sun Conference Chancellor_______________ John C. Stockwell, Ph.D. Athletic Director______________________ Mike Hall Senior Women’s Administrator_ _____ Louise Ericson Athletic Department Phone________ (864) 503-5141 Web site_ _____________www.upstatespartans.com

Table of Contents Quick Facts/Table of Contents_________________ 1 Media Information/Directions_________________ 2 This is USC Upstate Volleyball________________ 3-8 This is USC Upstate Volleyball_ ________________ 3 Traditions of Excellence: On The Court_ _________ 4 Traditions of Excellence: Off The Court__________ 5 Dr. Joe Bowman: A Legacy Unmatched_________ 6-7 The Spartan Family__________________________ 8 2009 USC Upstate Volleyball________________ 9-25 Roster_ ___________________________________ 9 Season Preview__________________________ 10-11 Coaches and Support Staff______________ 12-14 Head Coach Jennifer Calloway_ __________ 12-13 Assistant Coach Ashley Stathas_____________ 14 Volunteer Assistant Brittany Harry_ _________ 14 Spartan Returning Student-Athletes_ ____ 15-21 Seniors_____________________________ 15-16 Karla Andree____________________________ 15 Morgan Bucciferro_______________________ 16 Juniors_____________________________ 17-18 Katie Downey___________________________ 17 Megan Healey_ _________________________ 18 Sophomores________________________ 19-21 Jane Hawryliw_ _________________________ 19 Kelsie Queen_ __________________________ 20 Morgan Thomas_________________________ 21 Spartan Newcomer Student-Athletes_____ 22-23 Erin Jacobsen/Mindy Quimby______________ 22 Emily Sanders/Paige Weiland_ _____________ 23 2009 Opponent Information_ ___________ 24-25 Opponent Information_ ________________ 24-25 USC Upstate Volleyball Classic Information_ __ 24 2008 Season Review______________________26-31 Season Recap_________________________ 26-27 Match-by-Match Results_ _________________ 28 Individual Statistics_ _____________________ 29 Superlatives____________________________ 30 Atlantic Sun Conference In Review__________ 31 Upstate Volleyball History_________________32-39 Upstate Volleyball History_________________ 32 Upstate Athletic Hall of Famers_____________ 33 Postseason History/Conference Champions 34-35 Individual Honors and Awards_ __________ 36-37



All-Time Alphabetical Roster_______________ 38 All-Time Numerical Roster_________________ 39 Upstate Volleyball Record__________________40-60 All-Time Coaching Records/Year-By-Year_ ____ 40 Team Season Records_ ___________________ 41 Individual Career Records_______________ 42-43 Individual Single-Season Records_________ 44-45 Single-Match Records_ _________________ 46-47 Division I Firsts__________________________ 48 Division I Single-Season/Career Records_ ____ 49 Record Book by Era_ _____________________ 50 Miscellaneous Records_ __________________ 51 Freshman Record Book_ __________________ 52 All-Time Records vs. Opponents____________ 53 All-Time Results_ ______________________ 54-60 This is USC Upstate______________________61-76 This is USC Upstate_ ___________________ 61-63 The Academic Success______________________ 64 The Community Involvement______________ 65 The Facilities__________________________ 66-67 Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex_ __________ 66 G.B. Hodge Center/Performance Center______ 67 Athletic Accomplishments_ _______________ 68 Hall of Fame____________________________ 69 2008-09 Athletics In Review_ ______________ 70 Athletics Administration_ _______________ 71-73 Sports Medicine_________________________ 74 Athletics Association_____________________ 75 Compliance_ ___________________________ 75 The Atlantic Sun Conference_______________ 76 Credits The 2009 USC Upstate Volleyball Media Guide is a production of the USC Upstate Media Relations Office. It was written, designed and edited by Assistant Media Relations Director Joe Guistina with assistance from Media Relations Intern Nick Schneiders. Editorial assistance provided by Sarah Bradish, Media Relations Assistant Alex Edwards, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Bill English, and the USC Upstate Communications Office. Cover design by Nick Schneiders. Photography by Mike Bruce, John Byrum, Les Duggins, Bill English, Joe Guistina and the USC Upstate archives.

Volleyball Information Head Coach_ _________________ Jennifer Calloway Alma Mater________________ USC Upstate, 1995 Record at School/Years_ _______257-173/13 years Overall Record/Years___________________ same Head Coach Phone_ ___________ (864) 503-5161 E-mail______________ jcalloway@uscupstate.edu Best Time to Reach Coach_________ Through SID Assistant Coach_ _________________Ashley Stathas Alma Mater_____________________ Lander, 2006 Assistant Coach Phone_ _________ 864-503-5155 E-mail_______________astathas@uscupstate.edu Volunteer Assistant_______________ Brittany Harry Alma Mater________________ USC Upstate, 2007 E-mail________________ harryb@uscupstate.edu 2008 Overall Record______________________ 11-23 Atlantic Sun Conference Record/Finish___ 4-16, 10th Starters Returning/Lost_ ____________________ 3/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost________________ 6/6 Newcomers_________________________________ 4 Volleyball History First Year of Volleyball______________________1975 Overall All-Time Record_ ________________ 829-464 No. of Years in NCAA Tournament (Div. II)_________ 2 Last Year in NCAA Tourn. (Div. II)_ _ 2001, First Round Media Relations Assistant A.D./Media Relations_ ________ Bill English Office Phone__________________ (864) 503-5129 E-mail______________ benglish@uscupstate.edu Assistant Director/Volleyball Contact_ __Joe Guistina Office Phone__________________ (864) 503-5152 Cell Phone ___________________ (864) 205-0625 E-mail______________ jguistina@uscupstate.edu Assistant_________________________Alex Edwards Office Phone__________________ (864) 503-5166 Fax Number_ ___________________ (864) 503-5127 SID Mailing Address___________ 800 University Way Spartanburg, S.C. 29303 Atlantic Sun Conference Commissioner_____________________ Ted Gumbart Sr. Associate Commissioner__________ Steve Sturek Associate Commissioner/SWA________Sherri Booker Associate Commissioner_ ____________ Matt Wilson Director of Communications___________ Eric Moyer Office Phone__________________ (478) 474-3394 E-mail________________emoyer@atlanticsun.org Communications Asst./VB Contact_____ Lauren Dale E-mail__________________ ldale@atlanticsun.org Mailing Address_ ___ 3370 Vineville Ave., Suite 108-B Macon, Ga. 31204-0790

Media Information/Directions

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The 2009 University of South Carolina Upstate Volleyball Media Guide has been assembled to serve as the primary information source for writers, broadcasters, sports directors, sports editors, sports information directors and fans that follow the Spartans. The USC Upstate Media Relations Office is always interested in assisting members of the media in their coverage of Upstate athletics. Publicity and media information for volleyball is handled by Assistant Media Relations Director Joe Guistina. Weekly releases, statistics, photographs and other materials are available by contacting him by phone at (864) 503-5152 or by e-mail at jguistina@uscupstate.edu.

The official athletics Web site for USC Upstate, www.upstatespartans.com, is updated continuously throughout the year. Weekly releases, feature stories, player biographies and photo galleries are available for Upstate volleyball and all of the Spartans’ 17 athletic teams. For more information on USC Upstate, its academic programs, campus life, campus services and admissions office, please visit www. uscupstate.edu.

Media Credentials Please direct all requests for press and photo credentials for USC Upstate home matches to Joe Guistina, Assistant Media Relations Director, by calling (864) 5035152. Calling at least 48 hours in advance is appreciated. USC Upstate volleyball matches are selectively ticketed events, so media members may need credentials in order to gain access to the Hodge Center.

Interview Policy All interviews taking place other than on the day of a match with head coach Jennifer Calloway and/or players must be arranged through the USC Upstate Media Relations Office. In order to avoid any deadline conflicts, it is recommended that the request be made two days in advance. It should be noted that player telephone numbers will not be given out under any circumstances. Any media members wishing to interview head coach Jennifer Calloway or selected players following USC Upstate home matches should see Joe Guistina at the scorer’s table at the conclusion of the match. Head coach Jennifer Calloway and selected players will be made available near the bench area following a short cooling-off period.

Match Day Services Weekly notes, rosters and final match statistics are provided at each home match. Post-match interviews will begin approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of the match. Upstate head coach Jennifer Calloway and selected players will be on hand. The visiting coach and players are available upon request as well.

The Hodge Center The home of USC Upstate volleyball is the G.B. Hodge Center, located on the USC Upstate campus in Spartanburg. All members of the media should enter the Hodge Center through the front entrance.

Directions to USC Upstate

From I-85 in either direction – Use Exit 72 on to U.S. 176 towards Spartanburg. Take the East Campus Boulevard exit. Go left at the end of the exit ramp onto East Campus Boulevard. The campus is on the left. From I-26 in either direction – exit on to I-85 northbound, and follow the above directions. Using I-85 instead of Business I-85 is the preferable route. From U.S. Hwy. 176/I-585 northbound – Take the East Campus Boulevard exit. Go right at the end of the exit ramp onto East Campus Boulevard. The campus is on the left. From U.S. Hwy. 176/I-585 southbound – Take the East Campus Boulevard exit. Go left at the end of the exit ramp onto East Campus Boulevard. The campus is on the left. From Business I-85 northbound – Use Exit 5-B, Milliken Road. Proceed along the frontage road parallel to Business I-85 to the Milliken Bridge over Business I85, and turn left crossing over Business I-85. At the three-way STOP at the end of the bridge, continue straight onto North Campus Boulevard into campus From Business I-85 southbound – Use Exit 6, SC 9. Proceed along the frontage road for approximately 1/2 mile being careful not to re-enter Business 85. Turn right at the Milliken Bridge and follow North Campus Boulevard to the campus.

Media Outlets Spartanburg Herald-Journal Phone: (864) 562-7241 Fax: (864) 594-6234 Contact: Todd Shanesy

The State (Columbia, S.C.) Phone: (803) 771-8470 Fax: (803) 771-8613 Contact: Bob Gillespie

Greenville News Phone: (864) 298-4100 Fax: (864) 298-4137

Charlotte (N.C.) Observer Phone: (704) 358-5125 Fax: (704) 358-5110

ESPN 1400 AM Phone: 864-573-1400 Contact: Matt Smith WHNS-TV Phone: 864-288-2100 Fax: (864) 987-1219 Contact: Dan Bubany

WSPA-TV Phone: (864) 576-7777 Fax: (864) 587-5430 Contact: Pete Yanity WYFF-TV Phone: (864) 242-4404 Fax: (864) 240-5305 Contact: Geoff Hart 

2009 USC Upstate Volleyball

This is Upstate Volleyball From fun off the court to fun on the court, USC Upstate volleyball offers student-athletes the opportunity to play Division I collegiate volleyball in a comfortable, mid-sized University setting. While playing a unique cross section of Division I teams, the Spartan volleyball teams have made trips to Nashville, Jacksonville, Fort Myers, Annapolis, Md., Athens, Ga., and the Atlanta area during their first two seasons of Division I play. The Spartans are also respected members of the campus community, with the team posting a GPA of better than 3.0 for each of the last 10 semesters. The team’s student-athletes are also active in several campus activites, from fundraisers for breast cancer to SAAC to Habitat for Humanity, the Spartan volleyball team leads, on and off the court.



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Traditions of Excellence... 2009 graduate Holly Mauldin earned Team MVP honors along with just the third A-Sun Player of the Week award in school history. Mauldin is now the head coach at Mountain State University.

On-Court Success One of the most successful programs at USC Upstate, in 33 years, the volleyball program has an unmatched legacy. Below is a look at some of Upstate‘s accomplishments: • 829 Wins • 48 All-Conference Selections • 31 Conference Players of the Week • 28 Winning Seasons • 24 20-Win Seasons • 9 USC Upstate Athletic Hall of Famers • 5 Conference Coaches of the Year • 4 Conference Players of the Year • 3 Conference Freshmen of the Year • 3 NAIA District Six Championships (1986, ’87, ’88) • 3 NAIA National Tournament Appearances (1986, ’87, ’88) • 3 Peach Belt Conference Tournament Championships (1993, ’94, ’95) • 2 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Championships (1993, ’94) • 2 NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances (2000, ’01) • 1 NAIA All-American (Carla Gambrell, 1988)



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The 2008 volleyball team raised more than $1,000 for breast cancer research with their Dig For The Cure match.

Kelsie Queen works on a house for Habitat for Humanity as part of her University 101 course in 2008.

This is Upstate Volleyball Off-Court Success The USC Upstate volleyball team has experienced just as much success away from the volleyball net as they have had on the court. Among a slew of academic honors, here are some highlights: • 107 Conference Academic Honor Roll Selections (since 1991) • 25 Players With Multiple Honor Roll Citations • 10 Straight Semesters with a Team GPA better than 3.0 • 9 USC Upstate Student-Athletes of the Year • 5 Four-Time Conference Honor Roll Selections (Kendall Harper, Jenna Leslie, Holly Mauldin, Lindsay Richardson, Mandy Rupert) • 3 CoSIDA Academic All-District Selections • 2 NCAA South Carolina Women of the Year • 1 AVCA Team Academic Award The 2007 volleyball team won the AVCA Team Academic Award for posting a team GPA of better than 3.30.



2007 graduate Mandy Rupert is the only player in school history to earn four conference playing honors and four conference honor roll mentions.

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A Legacy Unmatched If you walk into the USC Upstate media relations office, there are mementos of Dr. Joe Bowman’s 40 years in Spartanburg everywhere. Above a filing cabinet, a sewn Spartan Rifle logo in purple and gold from before the school changed its athletic colors to green and white. On top of the filing cabinet, several mementos - NAIA District Six directories from the 80s, USC Spartanburg directories from the 70s, an official Rifle rag from the 80s and several volleyball programs from the 80s. On a bookshelf lies a photo album from USC Spartanburg’s run to the NAIA National Volleyball Tournament in 1987, a scrapbook that documents Bowman’s time as head basketball coach from 1969-74 and a copy of Dr. Bowman’s history of the department, “An Athletic History: The First Twenty-Five Years,” written in 1992. When Dr. Bowman wrote that book 17 years ago, he was merely a Physical Education Professor, five years past his retirement as volleyball coach, so it may have been hard to foresee Dr. Bowman’s impact on the next 20 years of USC Upstate athletics after his solid indent on the period that was the subject of his book. Dr. Bowman has never been one to just walk out the door - and as he prepares to, the many articles of USC Upstate’s history he has gathered are now being handed over to be archived. After all, he’s never had to do it before because in one capacity or another, he’s never left USC Upstate, working for 40 years in either the athletic and/or physical education departments. In between the years 1969 and 2009, Bowman, a 6-4 high school tennis player from Alamogordo, N.M., left a legacy unmatched. --When Dr. Joe Bowman arrived in Spartanburg in 1969, he was a 28-year-old hired to teach in the health and physical education department and “assist with coaching” at the newly-founded regional campus.

in the midst of being built. The first home of the USC Spartanburg basketball team was Evans Junior High School, located in downtown Spartanburg, where former player Jim Smith said “one of the agility drills was chasing rats around the locker room.” Even though the campus of USC Spartanburg was being built three miles North, there was no gym ready. Bowman did the best he could in the precarious circumstances, taking a team that won three games the year before he took over the team to a team that won 10 in 1971-72, his third year with the team.

“Today, due in large part to his efforts and those of the faculty he helped recruit and lead, hundreds of USC Upstate graduates are implementing comprehensive programs of health, fitness and lifelong recreational skills which will improve the lives of thousands of students.” --Up until Bowman’s last year as athletic director in 1974-75, the school had no women’s athletic teams when the women’s basketball program was founded. Coach Bowman worked with the volleyball team as an assistant and a practice player through the first three years after the program was founded in 1975.

The first winning record in school history came in 1972-73, as the Spartan Rifles went 11-9. In 1973-74, in just its seventh year as an institution and Bowman’s fifth as basketball coach, the Rifles became a power in the Junior College Palmetto Athletic Conference.

“Joe would come in and practice some with the team,” Miriam Sheldon, the volleyball coach in 197677, recalled. “He definitely prepared the girls on the necessity of blocking as the consequences of a missed block could at times put a player on the floor.”

The Rifles finished the regular season 15-6 and 9-3 in the conference, good for second in the PAC, losing a chance at the conference title thanks to two regular-season losses to USC Aiken, so it was no surprise that the Rifles met Aiken in the conference tournament title game at the brand-new Hodge Center. This time, Bowman had the Rifles slow down the dangerous Aiken break. Bowman also kept the team motivated when a star forward was ejected from the game with 10 minutes left on a flagrant foul, as the team went on a 12-2 run in the next three minutes. Aiken fought back within a point, but key points lifted USC Spartanburg to a 68-63 win and its first of eight conference titles in the school’s history.

An avid volleyball player with clubs in Spartanburg, Bowman took over the program in 1978 and left perhaps his deepest mark on the USC Spartanburg athletics department in his role as head volleyball coach for the next decade.

Of course, multi-tasking was something Bowman was used to after coaching the College of Santa Fe’s soccer team and serving as both intramural director and as a professor in the health and physical education department.

Days after the season ended, Bowman’s career as a basketball coach also did, his first retirement. The school was in the midst of big changes, moving from a two-year school to a four-year University and with that came new responsibilities for Bowman, who built a curriculum for the physical education and recreation departments and stayed on as the Rifles’ athletic director. He spent the next year helping transform USC Spartanburg’s athletic department from a fledgling two-year program to a fledgling four-year NAIA program before handing the reins of Intercollegiate Athletics over to Paul Mack to focus on his duties as the head of the physical education department, which is where many, including Tom Davis, the school’s Director of Athletics from 197783, think Bowman left his largest mark.

Bowman, who was just seven years removed from a four-year tour of duty in the Navy, patrolling on a ship around the Pacific for much of that time, came to a school that was just two years old and was still

“When he arrived in 1969, the physical education in many of the schools in this area consisted of recess and a play period where the teacher rolled out the balls and told the students to go play,” Davis said.

“I didn’t know what to expect,” Bowman wrote in his athletic department history. “After arriving, I learned that the men’s basketball coach had resigned and that I was now the basketball coach.”

“Volleyball is really a neat sport,” Bowman said. “It’s a strong team sport. You could have the greatest player in the world and without the other five, she wouldn’t be able to win by herself. It’s so interdependent on the workings of everyone.” In his first year at the helm, the Lady Rifles won 20 matches. By 1980, the team won 30 matches and in 1983, not only did he lead the Rifles to a then-school record 42 wins, he also took them to the first of three straight NAIA District Six Tournament finals. His 1984 team set the school record with 45 wins. Dr. Bowman, having graduated from USC with his Ed.D. in 1977, coached 14 all-conference players and won the District Six Coach of the Year award twice, but Bowman is quick to point out that the success didn’t happen quickly, despite never having a losing record in his decade at the helm. “We started to have success and it started to build on itself,” Bowman said. “We gradually got some better kids and the program just grew. It took us a while but we got to the point where we were the best in NAIA District Six. It was a slow workmanlike progression.” That workmanlike progression finally paid off in 1987, Bowman’s 10th season at the helm. Having announced his retirement from the volleyball team, his 

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Dr. Joe Bowman, 1969-2009 fourth retirement, in September, he helped the Lady Rifles to a 17-5 record before heading to Hawaii for a five-match swing. Although USC Spartanburg lost all the matches in Hawaii to some of the best teams in the country, the trip helped toughen the Rifles. Upon returning to South Carolina, the team finished the regular-season on a 12-2 run. Heading into the District Six Tournament, the Rifles were the No. 2 seed behind Presbyterian. Bowman coached the team to two straight two-set wins over Columbia (S.C.) and Francis Marion before dropping the first set of the winner’s bracket finals to Presbyterian, 12-15. That was all the Blue Hose could get though, as USC Spartanburg won the next two sets, 15-12 and 16-14. After the early match, the Rifles waited as Presbyterian won the loser’s bracket draw and came back for the championship match. The Rifles were ready, though, smashing the Blue Hose, 15-5 and 15-1 to take the title. A week later, the Rifles hosted and beat Nova Southeastern in the Bi-District Championship and Bowman’s retirement was delayed until late November, when the Rifles ended their season at the NAIA National Tournament. --In 1995, Dr. Joe Bowman began an unexpected second career in coaching. The Lady Rifles’ volleyball team had been through five coaches in the seven years since he stepped down in 1987. By 1995, even though the Rifles had won two straight Peach Belt Conference titles, the team was yet again without a coach after Chris Hawkins, the school’s current softball coach, decided not to take on the additional duties after serving as interim coach in 1994. Less than a month before the first serve, Hall, in just his second year as Director of Athletics at USCS, turned to Dr. Bowman to take over the team. With both his sons, Craig and Brian, now out of high school, Bowman took on the responsibilities, with a young student-assistant coach, Jennifer Calloway, by his side. It was a transition year for the Rifles, who had gone 72-12 combined in the previous two years, but under Bowman, the team ebbed and flowed, winning five straight matches in early October but dropping four straight heading into the Peach Belt Tournament. Just as in 1987, though, Bowman had the team ready for the tournament. With a first-round bye into the semifinals, the Rifles posted a four-set win over Augusta State and then, USCS added a straight-set win over UNC Pembroke to clinch the title, Bowman’s second as a volleyball coach. Led by three All-Peach Belt selections in Heather Abrams, Lindsay Richardson and Peach Belt Tournament MVP Michelle Graham, Bowman’s Lady Rifles finished the year 17-14, 

his 11th and final winning season with the Rifles. At the end of the year, Bowman handed the team over, retirement No. 5, to the young student-assistant coach Calloway, who under his recommendation was hired by Hall at the tender age of 23. Calloway brought stability to the team and will begin her 14th year as head coach in 2009. --The next stage in Bowman’s career may seem like a bizarre one, but fits his role, as Wofford head volleyball coach Corey Helle said, as a man who will “do what must be done.” After his fifth retirement from coaching in 1995, he took two years off before he got a call from the small college in downtown Spartanburg. Wofford was in the midst of its transition to Division I and at first, the team needed an assistant coach. So Dr. Bowman helped out during the 1996 season. In 1998, he got another call. This time, the Terriers needed a head coach to build the volleyball program into a successful Division I team. Bowman agreed and stayed for four years. Ironically, when Bowman was inducted into USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame in the inaugural class in 1999, he was serving as Wofford’s volleyball coach. By his last year at Wofford in 2001, he had built the Terriers from a team that won six matches in his second year to one that went 17-15, the school’s only winning Division I campaign, in his final one. Once again, before retirement No. 6, he left the program in good shape, handing the team to his associate head coach, Corey Helle, who begins his eighth season with the Terriers in 2009. --In many ways, Dr. Bowman’s career at USC Upstate ran in reverse from most typical careers. After all, he started as the school’s Director of Athletics and Men’s Basketball coach. From there, he moved into jobs with non-revenue sports, from golf to bowling and finally, to volleyball. Even his career as a volleyball coach ran in reverse, from being the head coach for 10 years to serving as interim head coach for one year and then, finally, to serving as an assistant coach for the last five years, working for the coach he once hired in Calloway. Bowman, who retired (No. 8) as a full-time professor, came back to the USC Upstate athletic department in 2004 as the school was in the midst of yet more major changes. With the enrollment growing to more than 4,000 students, the school changed its name to USC Upstate from USC Spartanburg to incorporate the Upstate region of South Carolina. During his five years with the team, he helped lead

the Spartans to two 20-win seasons and once again helped a program transition into Division I. As a recruiter, Bowman helped the Spartans gain a national edge, with players coming from New Mexico, Missouri, California and Illinois amongst others. He was still active in practice, running blocking drills and even filling in during drills if needed. At the end of the 2009 season, Bowman announced one more retirement (No. 9), the final one, from athletics for many reasons. One, as he says, he wants to work on his golf game, but just as much, Bowman wanted to free up an opportunity for assistant coach Ashley Stathas to have the chance to be the top assistant for the Spartans. “Our volleyball program has been fortunate to have someone like Dr. Bowman on our staff,” Calloway said. “He is a true competitor and has such a caring, nurturing personality. Our teams, volleyball and across the athletic department, have benefitted from his honesty. He taught us by his example and showed us his unconditional support no matter his role.” --On the first day that Bill English, USC Upstate’s Assistant Athletic Director for Communications, came to work at the school in 2001, Bowman greeted him with a copy of his athletic department history, saying, “I wrote the history of the first 25 years, now you can write the next 25.” And when the time comes for the next 25 years to be written, there will still be plenty of space devoted to Joe Bowman. How many others, in the twilights of their careers, still won a conference title as head coach, then returned as an assistant coach to lead a program into the waters of Division I for the second time in his career? But, then again, it’s not really a surprise. His competitive spirit never could keep Dr. Bowman from the athletics arenas for very long. There’s no doubt he will still compete in retirement, after all, he said he wants to work on his golf game and he still plays soccer once a week. There’s also no doubt that Dr. Joe Bowman, after 40 years at USC Upstate will not become a stranger to either the Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex or the Hodge Center. As former USC Spartanburg men’s soccer coach Frank Kohlenstein said, “Joe definitely bleeds Upstate green.”

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The Spartan Family When you join the USC Upstate volleyball program, you become a part of an extended family. Though a match may last at most five sets, the Spartan family goes strong every minute of every day, as the coaches, support staff, fans and supporters are behind the scenes, trying to make the Upstate program as successful as possible.



2009 USC Upstate Rosters

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Roster Breakdown

No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Previous School Major 1 Emily Sanders S 5-6 Fr. Sullivan, Ill./Sullivan Spanish 3 Karla Andree DS/L 5-8 Sr. Cypress, Calif./Cypress CC Early Childhood Ed. 4 Megan Healey L/DS 5-6 Jr. St. Louis, Mo./Ursuline Academy Early Childhood Ed. 6 Morgan Bucciferro S 5-9 Sr. Joliet, Ill./Minooka Community Communications 7 Mindy Quimby OH 5-10 Fr. Keenesburg, Colo./Weld Central Graphic Design 8 Jane Hawryliw OH 6-0 So. North Battleford, Saskatchewan/N. Battleford Business Administration 10 Katie Downey MB 6-0 Jr. Belleville, Ill./Belleville West Interdisciplinary Studies 11 Paige Weiland OH 5-11 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Marist School Undecided 12 Morgan Thomas MB 6-0 So. Plantation, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas Undecided 13 Kelsie Queen OH 5-11 So. Blythewood, S.C./Ridge View Political Science 15 Erin Jacobsen OH 6-1 Jr. Virginia, Minn./Iowa Lakes C.C. Interdisciplinary Studies Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway (USC Upstate ’95, 14th year, 257-173 overall) Assistant Coaches: Ashley Stathas (Lander ’06, 3rd year); Brittany Harry (USC Upstate ’07, 2nd year)

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Major

3 6 10

Karla Andree Morgan Bucciferro Katie Downey

DS/L 5-8 S 5-9 MB 6-0

Sr. Sr. Jr.

Cypress, Calif./Cypress CC Shorewood, Ill./Minooka Community Belleville, Ill./Belleville West

Early Childhood Ed. Communications

8 4 15 13 7 1 12 11

Jane Hawryliw Megan Healey Erin Jacobsen Kelsie Queen Mindy Quimby Emily Sanders Morgan Thomas Paige Weiland

OH L/DS OH OH OH S MB OH

So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr.

North Battleford, Saskatchewan/N. Battleford St. Louis, Mo./Ursuline Academy Virginia, Minn./Iowa Lakes C.C. Blythewood, S.C./Ridge View Keenesburg, Colo./Weld Central Sullivan, Ill./Sullivan Plantation, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas Atlanta, Ga./Marist School

6-0 5-6 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-6 6-0 5-11

Pronunciation Guide

Andree_ ____________________________________An-dre Bucciferro___________________________ Booch-IF-air-OH Hawryliw_ _______________________________ HUH-rill-U

Interdisciplinary Studies Business Administration Early Childhood Ed. Interdisciplinary Studies Political Science Graphic Design Spanish Undecided Undecided

Stathas___________________________________ Stath-US Weiland__________________________________ Why-land

Saskatchewan Jane Hawryliw

Others Returning (1) Katie Downey Letterwinners Lost (6) Sandra Campbell, Tijana Knezevic, Jenna Leslie, Jovana Lubura, Holly Mauldin, Angie Varnum Newcomers (4) Erin Jacobsen, Mindy Quimby, Emily Sanders, Paige Weiland

By Class

Seniors (2) Karla Andree, Morgan Bucciferro Juniors (3) Katie Downey, Megan Healey, Erin Jacobsen Sophomores (3) Jane Hawryliw, Kelsie Queen, Morgan Thomas Freshmen (3) Mindy Quimby, Emily Sanders, Paige Weiland

By Position

Setters (2) Morgan Bucciferro, Emily Sanders Outside/Opposite Hitters (5) Jane Hawryliw, Erin Jacobsen, Kelsie Queen, Mindy Quimby, Paige Weiland

On The Map... Colorado Mindy Quimby

Letterwinners Returning (6) Karla Andree, Morgan Bucciferro, Jane Hawryliw, Megan Healey, Kelsie Queen, Morgan Thomas

Minnesota Erin Jacobsen

Illinois Morgan Bucciferro Katie Downey Emily Sanders

Middle Blockers (2) Katie Downey, Morgan Thomas Liberos/Defensive Specialists (2) Karla Andree, Megan Healey

By Height

California Karla Andree

5-6 (2) Megan Healey, Emily Sanders 5-8 (1) Karla Andree South Carolina Kelsie Queen

5-9 (1) Morgan Bucciferro 5-10 (1) Mindy Quimby

Georgia Paige Weiland Missouri Megan Healey



Florida Morgan Thomas

5-11 (2) Kelsie Queen, Paige Weiland 6-0 (3) Katie Downey, Jane Hawryliw, Morgan Thomas 6-1 (1) Erin Jacobsen

2009 Season Preview Sophomore Morgan Thomas led the Spartans in blocks in 2008, averaging 0.72 per set.

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Anytime a volleyball team loses six players, it is a chance for a new direction. For USC Upstate, the team will look to head into a new direction, thanks to a strong four-member recruiting class, as well as the continued development of seven players with at least one year with solid starting experience under their belts.

Weiland, a 5-11 Georgia native, had a solid season for Georgia’s AAAA state runner-up, Marist High School, earning First Team All-State, Georgia Athletic Coaches’ Association Senior All-Star and Region 4-AAAA All-Area honors. Weiland averaged 3.27 kills, 0.77 aces and 2.02 digs per set for Marist.

Head coach Jennifer Calloway, heading into her 14th year at the helm of the Spartans, has led Upstate to two straight 11-win seasons as the team has made the transition to Division I. Now entering the third season in the four-year reclassification process, Calloway has a squad that has two established players in the middle, two on the outside and two-year starters at both the setter and libero positions. With four new players that can also blend into the Spartan system, Upstate may actually have more depth than ever at the Division I level.

“Paige comes from a great club volleyball and a strong high school program,” Calloway said. “She has a powerful swing and can really make a quick impact on our program. She is very consistent with her swing and has great ball control. She has the ability to do a lot of things well, whether it be get a dig, an ace, or get a kill.” The team could also look to sophomore Jane Hawryliw or junior Katie Downey to see time at the outside hitter position.

“We are continuing to grow and develop as we transition into Division I,” Calloway, the youngest coach in Division I with 200 career wins, said. “We have a balanced group of players that have experience in Division I and know what to expect and a new group of student-athletes who can contribute immediately at this level.”

The Middle Hitter Upstate returns two players with starting experience at the middle hitter position in junior Katie Downey and sophomore Morgan Thomas, as the pair has led the team in blocks in each of the last three years.

The Outside Hitters Even though the outside hitter position was possibly the hardest hit with the departure of the five graduates from the 2008 season, as the team’s top hitter was Jovana Lubura, the Spartans will benefit from the experience of sophomore Kelsie Queen, who posted 231 kills during her freshman year.

Downey, a 6-1 Belleville, Ill., native, is back after a redshirt season thanks to a broken finger suffered in practice after the first tournament of the season. A tall player with a strong vertical jump, Downey is one of the hardest hitters on the team and one of the best blockers. She averaged 2.85 kills and finished fourth in the A-Sun with an average of 1.03 blocks per game in 2007. Downey can be an allaround player, notching career-highs of 18 kills, nine blocks and 15 digs in 2006.

Queen, who earned a starting spot late in the season and ended up starting 13 matches, developed quickly during her freshman season, finishing the year with “If Katie is healthy, she can dominate plays for us,” Calloway said. “She can be an seven double-digit kill efforts and nine matches with five or more digs. impact player every time on the court. Her timing and jumping ability are aboveaverage and that is why she is able to get so many blocks. As an attacker, she has “Kelsie showed a lot of promise during her freshman year,” Calloway said, “and, a lot of power and can dominate matches.” this year, we are going to count on her to continue to improve. She is a competitor and will take on a challenge. Her die-hard attitude is going to help her Thomas, a 6-0 Plantation, Fla., native, started 31 matches as a freshman and findevelop.” ished as the team leader in blocks, knocking down 0.72 per match. Thomas also developed offensively throughout the year, finishing with seven double-digit kill Freshmen Mindy Quimby and Paige Weiland will also look to make an immedi- efforts and she earned a spot on the Provisional Invitational’s All-Tournament ate impact as outside hitters. Team to close out the season. Quimby, a 5-10 Colorado native, had a solid four-year career with Weld Central, “Morgan is an enthusiastic player that brings great energy to the program,” Calculminating by earning Rocky Mountain News Honorable Mention Class 3A All- loway said. “If she continues to improve along with Katie, we are going to have a State honors and First Team All-Patriot Conference honors as a senior. solid middle.” “Mindy has great natural ability,” Calloway said. “She has a tremendous vertical The team can also use junior newcomer Erin Jacobsen in the middle. jump. She has the ability to do many things well and she has some versatility. She has a great work ethic and knows what it takes to be successful at this level.” 10

2009 Season Preview

Junior Katie Downey returns after being forced to redshirt in 2008 due to a broken pinky.

Junior Megan Healey will look to start for the third straight season at libero.

Sophomore Kelsie Queen finished her rookie season third on the team, averaging 1.97 kills per set.

The Right Side “Morgan will benefit from her experience and maturity,” Calloway said. “Emily is Calloway will mix in mainly two players on the right side in sophomore Jane coming from a top-notch club, the Illini Elite, that has prepared her for this level.” Hawryliw and junior Erin Jacobsen, although others like Quimby and Weiland could also see time in the position. The Defense On the defensive end, Upstate will turn to junior Megan Healey and senior Karla Hawryliw, a 6-0 Sasketchewan native, started 26 matches as a true freshman, Andree to fill the libero and defensive specialist spots. posting 0.91 kills, 1.58 digs and 0.32 aces per set. Her strong serve helped her finish just outside the top 10 in the A-Sun in service aces. Healey, a 5-7 St. Louis, Mo., native, is an active, energetic presence on the court. Through two seasons, she had scooped up 737 digs, including leading the team “Jane has great fundamentals that make her a contributor,” Calloway said. “She with 357 digs in 125 sets as a sophomore. Also one of the team’s best servers, plays with finesse and is court smart.” Healey finished seventh in A-Sun play with an average of 0.43 aces per set. Jacobsen, a 6-1 Minnesota native, comes to Upstate after two years at Iowa Lakes Community College, where she led the team to two appearances in the NJCAA Division II National Tournament. As a sophomore, Jacobson posted 416 kills, hitting .157, and adding 39 service aces in 169 sets. She also finished with 182 total blocks, an average of 1.077 per set, which was 32nd in the nation.

“Megan plays with heart,” Calloway said. “She is going to always play at 100 percent and that has helped her develop into a leader on the court.”

The Setters At setter, the Spartans will have a mix of experience and youth, as both senior Morgan Bucciferro and freshman Emily Sanders will see time on the court. Calloway has used the 6-2 system with some success in the past four years and could turn to it again.

The Schedule The 2009 schedule will feature 30 matches, including a trip to Bradley in Peoria, Ill., for a season-opening tournament and the third annual USC Upstate Volleyball Classic the following weekend. The team will also play the grueling double round-robin 20-match A-Sun schedule.

Andree, a 5-7 Cypress, Calif., native, will return to the team as a defensive specialist. Andree has had an injury-plagued first two seasons in Spartanburg, but if healthy, Andree can provide the Spartans with some much-needed athleticism. “Erin is a solid, experienced player who comes from a solid junior college pro- She averaged 1.12 digs in 60 sets as a junior. gram,” Calloway said. “She has a strong swing, but it’s her impact at the net that made us notice her. She can really dominate in our frontcourt. She will compete “Karla is a phenomenal athlete who can play many roles,” Calloway said. “She is a for playing time right away.” scrappy defensive player. When she is healthy, she gives us a bit of versatility.”

“We are not sure what kind of rotational system we are going to use yet,” Calloway “Our schedule will be tough, especially being without a travel partner in the Asaid. “A lot of it depends on what we see during our fall camp and where we think Sun,” Calloway said, “but it has a good balance. We start the year with a long trip we can get the best results from Morgan and Emily.” and then, other than the A-Sun, we stay close to home with our non-conference schedule and play competitive Division I teams.” Bucciferro, who has started during portions of all three of her seasons at Upstate, saw action in 93 sets as a junior, posting a 4.27 assist-per-set average to go with Thanks to the busy 20-match A-Sun schedule, Upstate will only play three non1.14 digs. She has seven double-doubles at the Division I level and is currently conference matches outside tournaments, emphasizing local rivalries in the seventh in school history with 1,775 career assists. matchups, as it heads to Presbyterian on Sept. 22. Crosstown rival Wofford will visit the Hodge Center for the third straight season on Sept. 29 and the Spartans Sanders, a 5-6 Illinois native, earned Special Mention Champaign-Urbana News- will also travel to Gardner-Webb. Gazette All-State honors after averaging 0.9 aces, 3.7 digs and 5.9 assists per set. as a senior. As a junior, she averaged 1.5 aces, 6.1 assists and 1.9 digs per set, while The Spartans will play a double round-robin schedule in the Atlantic Sun, playing helping Sullivan High School to a regional title. each of the 10 other schools in the league in a home-and-home set.

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach Jennifer Calloway 14th Year • 257-173 Overall • USC Upstate ’95 One of the youngest and most successful coaches in the NCAA Division I ranks, Jennifer Calloway is entering her 14th season at the helm of the USC Upstate volleyball program. In total, as a player and coach, Calloway has spent the last 16 years in Spartanburg, first as a player, then as an assistant coach before taking the helm as the youngest head volleyball coach in the NCAA in 1996.

Coach Calloway knows the game; she’s been around it most of her life. She’s smart, intuitive and she’s a competitor at heart. And she’s always there for her players, both on and off the court. She has all the elements of a great coach. She IS a great coach.

Calloway, 36, enters the season as the youngest NCAA Division I coach with 200 wins. That is just the beginning of the success that the twotime Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year has experienced in her career. During her 13 years with the Hunter Green, White and Black, Calloway has coached two conference players of the year, three freshmen of the year, two CoSIDA Academic All-District selections and 19 allconference performers.

- former player Becky Greiling Brown

A part of the USC Upstate community for more than a quarter of its 42 years, Calloway stabilized a volleyball program that had seven coaches in a nine-year period when she took over at age 23 in 1996. Since, she has led USC Upstate to a 257-173 (.598) record and two appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Spartans took nine trips to the Peach Belt Conference Tournament semifinals in 11 seasons at the Division II level with Calloway on the bench. In 2004, Calloway was at the helm of the volleyball program when the University changed its name from USC Spartanburg to USC Upstate and its athletic programs’ nickname from Rifles to Spartans. In 2007, she led Upstate athletics into the Division I era, coaching the Spartans in the first athletic event at the D-I level, a 3-0 sweep of Savannah State on Aug. 24. In 2008, Calloway guided the Spartans to an 11-23 overall record. The team recorded many memorable wins, including a 3-2 win over rival Presbyterian for Calloway’s 250th career win and the program’s 300th win at the Hodge Center in a 3-0 sweep of North Carolina Central. The Spartans also closed the year with a third-place finish at the Mr. Gatti’s Proviisional Invitational, beating North Florida for the first time since 1994 in their final match of the season. Two of Calloway’s players also earned Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week honors during the season. As usual, the team had several academic highlights, with eight studentathletes earning A-Sun All-Academic Team honors.

The Calloway File

BORN: Jan. 11, 1973 HOMETOWN: Aviston, Ill.

FAMILY Husband - Brad; Sons - Joel (15), Nathan (7); Daughter - Jenna (6) EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 1993 Associate of Arts - Liberal Arts Southwestern Illinois College 1995 Bachelor of Science - Interdisciplinary Studies University of South Carolina Upstate COACHING EXPERIENCE 1995 Student Assistant - USC Upstate 1996-Pres. Head Coach - USC Upstate COACHING HONORS 2001 Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year 2003 Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year AS A Head Coach Year Overall Conf. Highlights 1996 21-14 6-4 Youngest coach in Division II. 1997 20-13 6-6 Led team to second straight 20-win year. 1998 19-15 9-5 Korte named PBC Freshman of the Year. 1999 19-15 7-7 Third straight trip to PBC semifinals. 2000* 24-11 9-5 First bid to NCAA D-II Tournament. 2001* 25-8 11-3 Four players named All-Peach Belt. 2002 22-10 9-5 Third straight 20-win season. 2003 25-8 11-3 Second Peach Belt Coach of the Year Award. 2004 16-15 7-7 Two All-Peach Belt players. 2005 21-13 8-4 Won 200th career match. 2006 23-11 6-6 Eighth 20-win season of career. 2007 11-17 3-8 First year for Upstate in Division I. 2008 11-23 4-16 Third at the Provisional Invitational. Total 257-173 96-79 * Team advanced to NCAA Tournament

The 2007 Spartans finished 11-17 overall, the first losing campaign in the Calloway era. However, the young group did produce several memorable moments in their first Division I campaign, including sweeping their final Atlantic Sun Conference weekend with wins over Mercer and Kennesaw State to finish ninth in the 12-team league. In the classroom, the Spartans rewrote the athletic department’s record book, scoring a 3.62 GPA as a team in the fall and recording four perfect 4.0 GPAs during the semester. Calloway’s crew featured 12 All-Academic Atlantic Sun Conference selections, more than any other team in the league, helping it earn the program’s first AVCA Team Academic Award for maintaining a 3.30 GPA during the school year.

The Calloway Family. Front Row: Jennifer, Brad. Back Row: Nathan, Joel, Jenna.

Calloway led the 2006 Spartans to a 23-11 record in its final season in Division II and the Peach Belt Conference. It marked the eighth time in 11 seasons that Calloway has led Upstate to 20 wins or more. During the season, Mandy Rupert wrapped up her four-year career by earning All-Peach Belt Conference honors, breaking school records for kills and service aces during the season. Calloway guided the 2005 squad to a 21-win season as two players earned All-Conference honors and Shannon Pallardy earned the school’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year award. She led the 2004 Spartans to a solid season as two players were named all-conference and another earned PBC Tournament All-Tournament team honors as Upstate reached the tournament semifinals for the third straight year.

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Coaching Staff In 2003, she led USC Spartanburg to a 24-7 record overall and an 11-3 mark in the Peach Belt Conference, earning Peach Belt Coach of the Year honors for the second time in three seasons. She also coached two all-conference selections and the league Freshman of the Year in Rupert. In 2002, Calloway continued her string of 20-win seasons and coached two All-Conference selections. The 2001 Lady Rifles finished the season with a 25-8 record, the most wins for a USC Spartanburg squad since 1994, and a berth in the national tournament. USC Spartanburg claimed a second-place finish in the Peach Belt as Calloway earned conference Coach of the Year award. Senior Kim Pitman was recognized as the league Player of the Year and a school-record four Rifles earned All-Conference honors. The 2000 team earned the program’s first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament and Pitman and Kristin Korte were named all-conference. USC Spartanburg finished the year with a 24-11 record. After serving as an assistant coach for Dr. Joe Bowman for one season in 1995, she assumed the reigns of the program in 1996 and immediately led the Lady Rifles to back-to-back 20-win seasons. She also coached Michelle Graham, who went on to win the NCAA South Carolina Woman of the Year award during the season. Calloway (then Jennifer Rakers) was a standout on the USC Upstate volleyball team in 1994, leading the Spartans to a 38-4 record and their second consecutive Peach Belt Conference championship as the team’s setter. She led USC Upstate with 10.7 assists per game and 73 aces, and was third on the team in digs with 1.5 per game. She was named to the All-Tournament teams at Jacksonville State and North Florida. USC Upstate became the first Peach Belt volleyball team to crack the Top 25 rankings, reaching No. 24 late in the 1994 campaign. Calloway began her career at Belleville Area College, now Southwestern Illinois College, in her home state of Illinois. She played two seasons at the school and was named the Great Rivers Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player and All-Region in 1992. She holds the single-season school record for assists (1,509), which is the fifth-highest total ever recorded at a junior college. She also led the team in aces (98) and digs (370). She was recognized by Who’s Who Among Students in Junior Colleges in 1992-93. She moved on to Avila University in Missouri for the 1993-94 school year and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player. From a young age, Calloway was influenced by the game of volleyball, with both parents and her sister and brother also coaching the sport at some level. Her father, Fred Rakers, is one of the most legendary coaches in Illinois High School history, winning five Class A state titles at Mater Dei. In 32 seasons, Rakers has posted a 936-185 career mark. Her mother, Rosie, co-coached an eighth-grade team at Aviston (Ill.) to a state title with Calloway. Her brother, Chad, is currently the coach of the C-4 Club team and is the junior varsity coach at Mater Dei. Previously, he coached Germantown Elementary (Ill.) Junior High to four state championships. Her sister, Erin, was a part of three state championship teams as a player for her father, Fred, at Mater Dei in 1992, 1993 and 1994 and went on to coach at Union (Ill.) High School.

Jennifer Calloway is the youngest coach in Division I with 250 career wins.

What They Are Saying About Coach Calloway... Jen Calloway knows the discipline, commitment and talent it takes to be successful in collegiate volleyball. While I played for Jen, she was more of the “quiet caretaker.” I never doubted she cared for us with everything in her; she just did so quietly. She gave us the tools we needed to be successful and expected greatness from us all of the time. Since I left her program in 2005, Jen and I have become good friends. It has been quite a rewarding experience to be her colleague and experience what a great mentor and friend she can be. I have no doubts she is going to succeed in Division I in the same manner she has done in her previous years, and I am lucky to have such an experienced member of the game in my corner. - Amber Glass Cornet Former Head Coach, Augusta State (2005-08); Former Upstate player (2002-04) I have nothing but the utmost respect for Coach Calloway’s program, coaching ethics and knowhow, and team structure. As one of her first recruited players, she taught me more about the game of volleyball than any previous coach, including how to be a team leader, push through diversity and truly excel on and off the court. As USC Upstate transitions into the world of D-I volleyball, I have no doubt that Coach Calloway will once again succeed at what she does best. Her ability to recruit solid all-around athletes, train and keep a team focused as well as motivate a winning spirit will help USC Upstate grow to become a well-respected team in their conference. - Nicolee Thompson, Former Head Coach, Newberry College (2002-04); Former Upstate player (1996-99) As an athlete at USC Upstate, I knew Coach Calloway was connected to my success on and off the volleyball court. She influenced me to work hard in all aspects of life. She taught me there is more to being a successful individual than dominance on the volleyball court and showed support and care for all aspects of my life including school, family, friends and faith. - Shannon Pallardy Former Assistant, South Carolina (2006-08); Former Upstate player (2002-05)

Coach Calloway has always expected a lot from her teams and it has really paid off. During the four years I played for her, we became a well-respected program and made it to the NCAA Tournament twice. She’s done a great job of recruiting wellCalloway, a native of Aviston, Ill., earned a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary rounded girls and has always been a D-I-level coach. Now she has the opportunity studies from USC Upstate in 1995. She and her husband, Brad, are the proud par- to be a part of it. - Kristin Zurlienne, ents of two sons, Joel and Nathan, and one daughter, Jenna. USC Upstate Hall of Fame member; Former Upstate player (1998-2001) Coach Calloway knows the game; she’s been around it most of her life. She’s smart, intuitive and she’s a competitor at heart. While she’s always pushing you, she never degrades you. And she’s always there for her players, both on and off the court. She has all the elements of a great coach. She IS a great coach. Jen makes it fun to be a volleyball player, even when you can’t catch your breath after doing numerous suicides. She’s honest and approachable, and she truly cares about you. She’s one of those people that makes you a better person and she’s also a person that years later, you can call a friend. The direction the University is headed as a D1 school is exciting – it holds a lot of possibilities; both for the University in general and in sports. With Jen as the head volleyball coach, you have someone that knows how to inspire a team, drive a team beyond their limits and take them to that next level. She adapts well to change and can see the big picture. - Becky Greiling Brown, Former Upstate player (1999-2000) 13

Coaching Staff

Assistant Coach Ashley Stathas 3rd Year • Lander ’06 Ashley Stathas is entering her third year as an assistant coach on the USC Upstate staff and her fourth year overall as a collegiate volleyball coach. Stathas serves as both the Spartans’ recruiting and travel coordinator. Involved in all aspects of the USC Upstate volleyball program, Stathas has quickly become an important part of the USC Upstate athletics family. Besides her duties as volleyball coach, Stathas also was an advisor for the Athletics Benefit Auction the past two years. In 2009, Stathas was instrumental in the recruitment of three freshman that immediately moved into the starting lineup for the Spartans. In 2008, Stathas helped coach the team to their 30th straight 10-win campaign in Upstate’s first season of Division I play. A four-year volleyball letterwinner as a middle hitter at Lander University, Stathas earned three mentions on the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll. An important presence in the Bearcat frontcourt, Stathas posted more than 200 kills in her junior and senior seasons. She also added 95 blocks as a senior for the Bearcats and led the team in hitting percentage as a junior, hitting at a .294 rate.

The Stathas File

A hard-worker as a student-athlete, Stathas improved throughout her time at Lander, going from appearing in 58 games as a sophomore to all 116 as a senior. She also was the team captain as a junior.

BORN: April 20, 1983 HOMETOWN: Ft. Myers, Fla.

After she finished her playing career, Stathas stayed at the Greenwood, S.C., campus for one more season as an assistant coach in 2005.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 2006 Bachelor of Science - Physical Education and Exercise Science Lander University

She has continued to stay active in coaching at the club level, as she has been a coach for Club South Volleyball for the past seven years. She is the club director for the Greenwoodbased club and is an active member of the Palmetto Region Club Volleyball Board for USA Volleyball. A native of Ft. Myers, Fla., Stathas is a 2006 graduate of Lander University with bachelor of science degrees in physical education and exercise science.

COLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL COACHING EXPERIENCE 2005 Student Assistant - Lander 2007-Pres. Assistant Coach - USC Upstate

Volunteer Assistant Brittany Harry 2nd Year • USC Upstate ’07 After two years as the head volleyball coach and Sports Information Director at Spartanburg Methodist College, Brittany Harry returns for her second tenure as a volunteer assistant for The Harry File BORN: Feb. 24, 1984 her former mentor, Jennifer Calloway. HOMETOWN: Champaign, Ill. In two years at Spartanburg Methodist, Harry led the Pioneers to a 49-13 overall record, two NJCAA Region X titles and two trips to the NJCAA Division I National Tournament. In 2008, EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND the Pioneers went 24-9 and coached two All-Region X selections en route to the NJCAA 2007 Bachelor of Arts - Communications Region X Tournament title. USC Upstate In 2007, Harry led the Pioneers to a 25-4 overall record and their first trip to the NJCAA Division I National Tournament since 1984. The Pioneers won the regular season Region X title COLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL COACHING EXPERIENCE with a 17-2 record and won the Region X Tournament. She helped two players earn All-Re2006 Student Assistant - USC Upstate gion X honors. 2007-2008 Head Coach - Spartanburg Methodist College Harry is a 2007 graduate of the University of South Carolina Upstate and holds a B.A. in Com- 2009 - Pres. Volunteer Assistant - USC Upstate munications with an emphasis in Journalism. She is also starting a distance learning master’s program in Sports Management from the University of Illinois this fall. She played on the USC Upstate women’s volleyball team from 2002-2005 and served as its team captain in the 2005 season. Harry still holds the third spot on the all-time digs list with 1,433 and she is the all-time leader in digs per game, averaging 5.38 in 2004. During her senior year, she was named to the All-Peach Belt Conference Second Team and she was also a member of the Peach Belt Presidential Honor Roll her freshman and junior seasons. While at USC Upstate, Harry served as a four-year member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC); she served as the Student Government Representative for SAAC during her membership. She also held a sports information internship with the USC Upstate Athletic Department and was the Internet broadcaster for all home volleyball matches in 2006 while also serving as the student assistant for the volleyball team. She also spent two months attending the University of Cadiz in Cadiz, Spain during the summer of 2005. Her coaching experience includes coaching camps during the summer at Wofford College, Clemson University and in Illinois. She also serves as a coach during the spring at Club South in Spartanburg. This year she will coach the top 14’s team for Club South.

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Student-Athlete Profiles #3 • Senior • 5-8 • Defensive Specialist/libero •

Karla

Andree

Childhood Education Major • Cypress, Calif. • Cypress C.C. 2008: Appeared in 60 sets and 30 matches as a defensive specialist ... Battled injuries that kept her out of four matches ... Posted a season-high 10 digs to go with an ace in five-set win at ETSU (9/9) ... Had four matches with five or more digs ... Posted five digs at Jacksonville (9/20) ... Appeared in all five matches at the Provisional Invitational, averaging 0.6 assists and 3.8 digs per match in the tournament ... Had eight digs and a kill against Presbyterian (11/22) and closed season with a seven-dig effort in Upstate’s win over North Florida in the third-place match. 2007: Appeared in four matches and 15 games as a defensive specialist … Was put on the shelf due to an illness and was granted a medical redshirt … Posted six aces in Spartans’ Division I debut against Savannah State, adding two digs in the match (8/24) … Posted 19 digs in Spartans’ five-game match with Wofford (8/25) … Notched five digs against S.C. State (8/28) … An Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team honoree.

Prior to USC Upstate: A two-year starter at Cypress Community College in Cypress, Calif .... Appeared in 85 games as a sophomore, posting 169 kills ... Added 360 digs, an average of 4.86 per game, which was in the Orange Empire Conference’s top 10 ... Also had 26 aces, 14 blocks and 23 assists ... Finished the season in the top 10 in conference for digs per game (3.51) as a freshman ... Was also second on the team in kills per game (2.45) and third in total kills (191) ... Earned the Most Valuable Player honor twice at Kennedy High School ... Also twice earned all-league honorable mention and second team all-league honors in her last two years as a prep ... Also participated in track and field. Personal: Born on April 18, 1987 ... Daughter of Lawrence and Kari Andree ... Has a younger brother, Sam ... Early childhood education major ... Favorite food is sushi ... Favorite movie is “10 Things I Hate About You” ... Favorite actor is Tom Hanks ... Favorite TV show is “Gilmore Girls” ... Admires her parents ... Favorite sports figure is Beach Volleyball Olympic Gold Medalist Misty May ... Married Paul Cheeseman on July 18, 2008.

Andree’s Career Highs Kills Errors Total Attacks Pct. Assists Service Aces Service Errors Digs Solo Blocks Assisted Blocks Total Blocks

1, three times 1, six times 5 vs. Presbyterian, 11/22/08 --2 vs. North Florida, 1/22/08 6 vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 2 at ETSU, 9/9/08 19 vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 None None None

Andree’s Career Statistics Season 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 15 60 75

MP 4 30 34

K 0 3 3 15

K/G 0.00 0.05 0.04

E 1 5 6

TA 4 20 24

Pct -.250 -.100 -.125

A 1 6 7

A/G SA 0.07 7 0.10 9 0.09 16

SA/G 0.47 0.15 0.21

SE 2 7 9

DIG D/G RE 32 2.13 1 67 1.12 10 99 1.32 11

BS 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0

TB 0 0 0

B/G BE BHE 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 1

Student-Athlete Profiles #6 • Senior • 5-9 • Setter • Co-Captain

Morgan

Bucciferro

Communications Major • Joliet, Ill. • Minooka Community 2008: Played in 93 sets and 33 matches for the Spartans, averaging 4.27 assists and 1.14 digs per set ... Had 18 matches with 10 or more assists and eight matches with five or more digs ... Notched 18 assists and five digs against St. Francis (N.Y.) (8/31) ... Posted a season-high 30 assists to go with two kills and four digs against Wofford (9/5) ... Added 28 assists and a season-high four kills against Radford (9/6) ... Had 24 assists and five digs in five-set win at ETSU (9/9) ... Notched only double-double of the season with 11 assists and 11 digs against Mercer (10/5) ... Added 19 assists and seven digs against Stetson (10/24) ... Posted 21 assists and six digs in four-set win over Campbell (11/15) ... Had three 10-assist matches in the Provisional Invitational (11/21-22) ... A member of the A-Sun All-Academic Team. 2007: Was Spartans’ top setter during the season, appearing in all 28 matches and playing in 95 games … Led team with 566 assists and finished third on the team with 161 digs … Added 27 kills, 22 aces and three blocks ... Posted four 30-assist matches during the season and was second on the team with six double-doubles … Recorded her first doubledouble in Division I era, collecting 20 assists and 13 digs against Wofford (8/25) … Had 32 assists at UNC Asheville (9/1) … Had doubledouble with 21 assists and 12 digs against Wofford (9/14) … Added five aces in the match… Added 23 assists and 10 digs against S.C. State (9/15) as part of the S.C. State Spikefest Tournament … Notched career-high five kills at Belmont (9/28) … Posted 30 helpers at Lipscomb (9/29) … Notched 31 assists and a career-high 16 digs against Gardner-Webb (10/20) … Had career-high 36 assists to go with 14 digs during five-game win over Mercer (11/2) … Finished season with an 11-dig, 27-assist match against UNC Asheville (11/8) … Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors. Bucciferro’s Career Highs Kills 5 at Belmont, 9/28/07 Errors 2, six times Total Attacks 9 at Belmont, 9/28/07 Pct. .667 vs. Radford, 9/6/08 Assists 43 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/24/06 Service Aces 6 vs. Fayetteville St., 8/25/06 Service Errors 3 vs. Fort Valley St., 9/2/06 Digs 16 vs. Gardner-Webb, 10/20/07 Solo Blocks None Assisted Blocks 1, 10 times Total Blocks 1, 10 times

2006: Led Spartans with 812 assists, appearing in a team-high 116 games... Also among the team leaders in serving (43 aces, third) and defense (210 digs, fourth) ... Led squad in Peach Belt Conference play with 262 assists ... Had six service aces in her collegiate debut against Fayetteville State (8/25) ... Posted a season-high 43 assists against Lenoir-Rhyne (10/24) and added a season-high 15 digs in the match for her last of seven double-doubles on the season ... Posted 40 assists and a seasonhigh four kills against Puerto Rico Rio Piedras (9/9) ... Notched first career double-double with 33 assists and 11 digs against Catawba (9/19) ... Also had 38 assists and 13 kills at Wingate (10/13) ... Posted five straight games with at least 15 assists and 10 digs from Oct. 18 to Oct. 27 ... Added 24 assists, 11 digs and two aces in Spartans’ Peach Belt Tournament win over UNC Pembroke (11/3) ... A member of the Peach Belt Presidential Honor Roll. High School: A three-year letterwinner and three-time captain at Minooka Community ... Was named to the Morris Herald News All-Area First Team and to the Joliet Herald News AllArea Second Team as a senior as she posted 613 assists and 83 kills ... Also named co-team MVP and to the South Suburan Prairie All-Conference team ... Earned two all-tournament team honors in high school ... Played club volleyball with the Club Fusion Elite 17-Black team, helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the Northeast Qualifier ... Was also a member of the National Honor Society and had one of the top 25 GPAs in her graduating class ... Also a member of Who’s Who in America’s High School Students ... Also earned letters in basketball and softball. Personal: Born on Nov. 26, 1987 ... Daughter of James and Judy Bucciferro ... Has a younger brother, Tony, who plays baseball at Michigan State ... Mother, Judy, played volleyball at Joliet Junior College ... A communications major ... Involved in the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and the Spartan Street Team ... Favorite food is chicken and dumplings ... Favorite movie is “Moulin Rouge” ... Favorite musical artist is Imogen Heap ... Favorite TV shows are “The Office” and “Grey’s Anatomy” ... Favorite song is “Chicago” by Surfjan Stevens ... Favorite sports figures are Mark Grace and Steve Kerr ... Dream job is to work for National Geographic.

Bucciferro’s Career Statistics Season 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 116 95 93 304

MP 34 28 33 95

K 31 27 29 87

K/G 0.27 0.28 0.31 0.29

E 10 18 10 38

TA 98 92 73 263

Pct A A/G .214 812 7.00 .098 566 5.96 .260 397 4.27 .186 1775 5.84

SA 43 22 10 75

SA/G 0.37 0.23 0.11 0.25

SE 11 10 9 30

DIG D/G 210 1.81 161 1.69 106 1.14 477 1.57

RE 1 4 0 5

BS BA TB 0 6 6 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 10 10 16

B/G BE 0.05 3 0.03 1 0.01 0 0.03 4

BHE 29 24 16 69

Student-Athlete Profiles # 1 0 • J u n i o r • 6 - 0 • M i d d l e B l o ck e r

Katie

Downey

Interdisciplinary Studies Major • Belleville, Ill. • Belleville West 2008: Appeared in nine sets and three matches before a broken finger ended her season ... Awarded a medical redshirt ... Had seven kills and three blocks against St. Francis (N.Y.) (8/31) ... Added 16 kills, hitting .500, with two aces and two blocks at Navy (8/31). 2007: Played in and started 26 matches for the Spartans ... Played in 93 games, notching 265 kills, 27 service aces, 100 digs and 96 blocks ... Finished fourth in the Atlantic Sun Conference in blocks per game (1.03) and 10th in points per game (3.74) ... Led the team in blocks and was second on the team in kills and kills per game (2.85) and was third in service aces ... Notched 14 games with 10 or more kills, two games with 10 or more digs and nine games with five or more blocks ... Posted five kills and hit .444 against Savannah State in Spartans’ D-I debut (8/24) ... Had 13 kills and six blocks against Navy (8/24) ... Added 14 kills, eight digs, five blocks and two aces against Wofford (8/25) ... Had nine kills, two aces and two blocks in sweep of S.C. State (8/28) ... Had 13 kills and five blocks against Western Carolina at UNC Asheville Tournament (9/1) ... Added 15 kills, seven digs and five blocks at UNC Asheville (9/1) ... Had 11 kills, four digs, two aces and two blocks against Hampton at S.C. State Spikefest (9/14) ... Had 10 kills, seven digs and tied a career-high with nine blocks to narrowly miss a triple-double against Wofford at Spikefest (9/14) ... Posted 15 kills, three aces, seven digs and four blocks at S.C. State (9/15) ... Posted 17 kills and career-high 15 digs for first career double-double in five-game match with North Florida (9/21) ... Added nine kills and 11 digs to narrowly miss a double-double against Jacksonville (9/22) ... Posted 17 kills and three blocks in four-game win at The Citadel (9/25)

... Notched nine kills, two aces and five blocks in five-game win at Stetson (10/13) ... Posted 13 kills, five digs, five blocks and three aces in five-game match with Gardner-Webb (10/20) ... Added 11 kills, two aces and five blocks at Campbell (10/27) ... Posted career-high 18 kills, hitting a hefty .457, to go with four blocks and three digs in five-game win over Mercer (11/2) ... Added 11 kills, hitting a monster .625, adding three blocks and two digs against Kennesaw State (11/3) ... Had six kills and six blocks against Presbyterian (11/6) ... Finished season with 17-kill, five-block match against UNC Asheville (11/8). 2006: Appeared in all 34 matches, seeing action in 115 games ... Led Spartans with 43 service aces and 117 blocks ... Led squad in both solo (45) and assisted (72) blocks ... Finished third on the team with 240 kills ... Enjoyed seven matches with 10 or more kills and eight matches with five or more blocks ... Just missed a triple-double against Rollins, posting 10 kills, nine total blocks (six assisted) and eight digs (9/9) ... Also narrowly missed a triple-double against UNC Pembroke in the first round of the Peach Belt Tournament, posting 13 kills, nine digs and eight blocks (six assisted) (11/3) ... Also posted a season-high four assists in the match ... Posted 13 kills and nine blocks (five assisted) to go along with seven digs against Lenoir-Rhyne (10/24) ... Notched season-high six service aces to go along with seven kills and four blocks against Presbyterian (10/3) ... Had a season-high five solo blocks against Fort Valley State (9/2) ... A member of the Peach Belt Presidential Honor Roll. High School: Earned four letters in volleyball at Belleville West ... Was a member of the allconference team three times ... Finished fourth in the conference in kill average, third in blocks and second in service aces as a senior ... Led Belleville West squads to the Illinois State tournament, taking third in 2004 ... Played on the Southwest Illinois Club team that went to nationals ... Also played club volleyball for the Southern Heat and Team United ... Also lettered for four years in basketball. Personal: Born on July 16, 1988 ... Daughter of James and Kaaren Downey ... Has a brother, Matt ... An interdisciplinary studies major ... Favorite food is stuffed-crust pizza ... Favorite movie is “Juno” ... Favorite TV show is “Wife Swap” ... Favorite actress is Rachel McAdams ... Enjoys teammate Jane Hawryliw’s singing ... Favorite song is “Hot in Here” ... Dream job is to become a beach volleyball player.

Downey’s Career Highs Kills 18 vs. Mercer, 11/2/07 Errors 13 vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 Total Attacks 46, twice Pct. .714 vs. Newberry, 9/12/06 Assists 4 vs. UNC Pembroke, 11/3/05 Service Aces 6 vs. Presbyterian, 10/3/06 Service Errors 4 at Francis Marion, 10/20/06 Digs 15 vs. North Florida, 9/21/07 Solo Blocks 5 vs. Fort Valley St., 9/2/06 Assisted Blocks 7 vs. Wofford, 9/14/07 Total Blocks 9, three times

Downey’s Career Statistics Season 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 115 93 9 217

MP 34 26 3 63

K 240 265 25 530 17

K/G E TA Pct A 2.09 106 607 .221 8 2.85 149 700 .166 8 2.78 8 52 .327 2 2.44 263 1359 .196 18

A/G 0.07 0.09 0.22 0.08

SA 48 27 2 77

SA/G 0.42 0.29 0.22 0.35

SE DIG 43 72 32 100 1 3 76 175

D/G 0.63 1.08 0.33 0.81

RE 6 15 0 21

BS BA TB B/G BE 45 72 117 1.02 64 16 80 96 1.03 20 1 6 7 0.78 1 62 158 220 1.01 85

BHE 5 2 1 8

Student-Athlete Profiles # 4 • Ju n i o r • 5 - 6 • L i b e ro / De f e n s i ve Sp e c i a l i s t • C o - Ca p t a i n

Megan

Healey

Early Childhood Education Major • St. Louis, Mo. • Ursuline Academy 2008: Appeared in all 125 sets and all 34 matches, playing primarily as the Spartans’ libero ... Finished tied for eighth in the conference in service aces (0.36), seventh in A-Sun matches (0.43) ... Led team, averaging 2.86 digs per set, posting 357 digs on the season ... Had 20 matches with 10 or more digs ... Notched 15 digs and two aces against Wofford (9/5) ... Added 18 digs and three aces against North Florida (9/19) and 18 digs and three assists at Stetson (9/27) ... Four aces against Kennesaw State (10/4) ... Season-high 19 digs against The Citadel (10/21) ... Added 13 digs and five aces against Stetson (10/24) ... Posted 17 digs and four assists against Campbell (11/15) ... Finished season by averaging 3.76 digs per set in the five-match Provisional Invitational ... Had 17 digs against Presbyterian and 15 digs and three assists in five-set win over North Florida (11/22) ... First sophomore captain since Erin Kopec in 2001 ... A member of the A-Sun AllAcademic Team. 2007: Appeared in 27 matches and 101 games as the Spartan libero ... Led team with 380 digs and 41 service aces ... Also added five kills and 25 assists ... Finished ninth in the conference in service aces per game (0.41) ... Posted three aces, two assists and nine digs in collegiate debut, a 3-0 win over Savannah State (8/24) ... Notched career-high 26 digs and added two assists against Wofford (8/25) ... Earned spot on Fatz Cafe Volleyball Classic All-Tournament team for her efforts, as she averaged 4.1 digs and 0.42 aces per game in the three-match tournament ... Had 11 digs and two aces against S.C. State (8/28) ... Had back-to-back 10-dig matches at Western Carolina and UNC Asheville (9/1) ... Posted 15 digs and three aces in four-game win over Hampton (9/14) ... Added 19 digs and five aces at S.C. State (9/15) ... Posted 16 digs and five aces against Wofford

(9/14) ... Posted 11 digs and a kill at Presbyterian (9/19) ... Notched 20 digs and two aces against North Florida (9/21) ... Added 20 digs and two assists at The Citadel (9/25) ... Had 15 digs at Winston-Salem State (10/2), 17 against ETSU (10/4) and 21 at Stetson (10/13) ... Posted 20 digs at Campbell (10/27) ... Notched 12 digs and tied career-high with five service aces against Savannah State (10/30) ... Posted 17 digs in five-game win against Mercer (11/2) ... Notched 25 digs and one ace against Presbyterian (11/6) ... Finished season with 14-dig effort in five-game match with UNC Asheville (11/8) ... A member of the A-Sun All-Academic Team, finishing the fall semester with a perfect 4.0 GPA. High School: A three-year letterwinner at Ursuline Academy ... Led the team in digs as a senior, averaging 3.09 per game for Ursuline, which won 22 matches ... Earned the team’s 110 Percent Award as a junior and the team’s Rookie of the Year award as a sophomore ... Was a member of the St. Louis CYC Volleyball program for six years, heading to nationals with the program twice ... Also active in her school’s student council and was a member of the National Honors Society, the Clown Club and was an assistant coach for the St. Catherine Laboure Parish Volleyball club. Personal: Born on March 2, 1989 ... Daughter of Tom and Diane Healey ... Has two older brothers, Craig and Dan ... Brother, Dan, lettered in baseball at Harris Stowe State and father, Tom, played football at Southeast Missouri State ... An early childhood education major ... Involved in the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee .... Favorite color is pink ... Favorite food is corn on the cob ... Favorite TV show is “Nip/Tuck” ... Favorite actress is Amy Poehler ... Favorite musical group is the Backstreet Boys ... Admires her best friend, Candace.

Healey’s Career Highs Kills 2, twice Errors 3 at Campbell, 10/9/08 Total Attacks 8 at Campbell, 10/27/07 Pct. .667 vs. ETSU, 11/11/08 Assists 5 vs. Stetson, 10/24/08 Service Aces 5, four times Service Errors 4 at Stetson, 9/27/08 Digs 26 vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 Solo Blocks None Assisted Blocks None Total Blocks None

Healey’s Career Statistics Season 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 101 125 226

MP K 27 5 34 7 61 12

K/G 0.05 0.06 0.05

E TA 10 54 13 48 23 102

Pct -.093 -.125 -.108

A 25 39 64

A/G 0.25 0.31 0.28

SA 41 41 82

SA/G 0.41 0.33 0.36

SE 45 51 96

DIG 380 357 737

D/G 3.76 2.86 3.26

RE 40 47 87

BS 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0 18

TB 0 0 0

B/G BE 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0

BHE 2 3 5

Student-Athlete Profiles #8 • Sophomore • 6-0 • Outside Hitter

Jane

Hawryliw

Business Administration Major • North Battleford, Saskatchewan • North Battleford 2008: Appeared in 33 matches and 105 sets as a true freshman, starting 26 times ... Finished fifth on the team in kills (96), second in aces (34), and fourth in digs (166) ... Posted six fivekill matches and 16 five-dig efforts ... Had six kills and three aces against St. Francis (N.Y.) (8/31) ... Had a career-high 14 kills to go with .393 hitting percentage against Hampton (9/5) ... Had four kills, three assists, nine digs and two blocks against Wofford (9/5) ... Had eight kills and five digs against UNC Asheville (9/6) ... Notched seven kills, two assists and 10 digs in three-set sweep at Stetson (9/27) ... Had careerhigh 11 digs against Mercer (10/5) ... Notched back-to-back three-ace matches against The Citadel (10/21) and Stetson (10/24) ... Posted season-high three blocks at North Florida (11/1) ... A member of the A-Sun All-Academic Team. Club/High School: Played three seasons of volleyball and basketball at North Battleford Comprehensive ... Posted a distinguished resume playing in Saskatchewan ... Played on the elite provincial team during the summer of

2007 and also won the gold medal at the 2006 Saskatchewan Winter Games .... Played for the JCVC Extreme Under-18 Club Volleyball program, leading the team to tournament titles at 2007 Best of the West, the Lanigan Volleyball Club Tournament and the Saskatchewan Volleyball Association 18-and-Under Asics Cup in Saskatoon ... Team also traveled to several prestigious events like the Las Vegas Classic Tournament, which featured 128 teams ... Also saw action with her high school team, North Battleford, leading them into the provincial 4A Girls’ Championships. Personal: Born on May 20, 1990 ... Daughter of Lionel and Allison Hawryliw ... Has a younger brother, Nico ... A business major ... Uncle, Dean Kennedy, was a captain for the 1993 Winnipeg Jets and enjoyed a 13-season NHL career as a defenseman ... Favorite food is vermacelli ... Favorite movie is “Confessions of a Shopaholic” ... Favorite TV show is “Grey’s Anatomy” ... Favorite actor is Patrick Dempsey ... Favorite song is “Forever & Always” ... Favorite musical artist is Taylor Swift ... Admires her brother ... Involved in the Big Green Club ... Dream job is to become a party promoter.

Kills Errors Total Attacks Pct. Assists Service Aces Service Errors Digs Solo Blocks Assisted Blocks Total Blocks

Hawryliw’s Career Highs 14 vs. Hampton, 9/5/08 6 vs. Wofford, 9/5/08 28 vs. Hampton, 9/5/08 .393 vs. Hampton, 9/5/08 3, twice 3, five times 3, five times 11 vs. Mercer, 10/5/2008 None 3 at North Florida, 11/1/08 3 at North Florida, 11/1/08

Hawryliw’s Career Statistics Season GP 2008 105 TOTAL 105

MP 33 33

K 96 96 19

K/G 0.91 0.91

E 73 73

TA 357 357

Pct .064 .064

A A/G 26 0.25 26 0.25

SA SA/G SE DIG D/G 34 0.32 52 166 1.58 34 0.32 52 166 1.58

RE 26 26

BS BA TB 0 16 16 0 16 16

B/G BE 0.15 3 0.15 3

BHE 2 2

Student-Athlete Profiles #13 • Sophomore • 5-11 • Outside Hitter

Kelsie

Queen

Political Science Major • Blythewood, S.C. • Ridge View 2008: Played in 34 matches and appeared in 117 games during her true freshman season ... Started 13 matches ... Had 25 matches of five or more kills and seven with double-digit-kill efforts ... Also had nine matches with five or more digs ... Finished third on the team with 231 kills and a 1.97 kill-per-game average ... Posted nine kills and hit a season-high .571 against St. Francis (N.Y.) (8/31) ... Added eight kills at Navy (8/31) ... Had five kills and eight digs in sweep of Hampton (9/5) ... Notched four kills, six digs and a season-high four blocks against Wofford (9/5) ... Notched eight kills and a season-high nine digs in five-set win over Presbyterian (9/23) ... Had nine kills and seven digs at Mercer (10/18) ... Began solid week by posting 15 kills and hitting .500 in four-set win over The Citadel (10/21) ... Notched 15 kills and seven digs against Stetson (10/24) and also added 15 kills against FGCU (10/25) ... Added 10 kills at North Florida (11/1) and against ETSU (11/11) ... Posted 12 kills, hitting .462 with no errors, in four-set win over Campbell (11/15) ... Finished season with 13 kills in four-set win over North Florida (11/22) ... A member of the A-Sun AllAcademic Team.

High School: Earned four letters at Ridge View, serving as the captain as a senior ... Earned the team’s Most Valuable Player award along with All-State honors and the Area 4-A Player of the Year nod ... Was the WLTX Player of the Week honors on Nov. 29 and was also WACH’s November Teen To WACH ... Also a member of the Magnum Volleyball Club ... A member of the School Leadership Program and a Volunteer Aide at Rice Creek Elementary School ... An honor roll student with a 3.95 GPA. Personal: Born on May 6, 1990 ... Daughter of Ken Queen ... Has an older sister, Brittney, and a younger brother, Cameron ... A political science major ... Likes to read, speed walk and wakeboard ... Favorite food is sushi ... Favorite actor is Vince Vaughn ... Favorite actress is Scarlet Johanssen ... Favorite song is “Sweet Mistakes” by Ellis Paul ... Favorite sports figure is Dwight Howard ... Favorite book is “A Million Little Pieces” ... Favorite TV show is “The Office” ... Hero growing up was her father ... Wants to go to law school.

Queen’s Career Highs Kills Errors Total Attacks Pct. Assists Service Aces Service Errors Digs Solo Blocks Assisted Blocks Total Blocks

15, three times 10 vs. Presbyterian, 9/23/08 46 vs. Stetson, 10/24/08 .571 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.), 8/31/08 2 vs. Wofford, 9/5/08 1 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.), 8/31/08 3 vs. Stetson, 10/24/08 9 vs. Presbyterian, 9/23/08 1, twice 4 vs. Wofford, 9/5/08 4 vs. Wofford, 9/5/08

Queen’s Career Statistics Season GP 2008 117 TOTAL 117

MP 34 34

K K/G E TA 231 1.97 131 716 231 1.97 131 716

Pct A A/G .140 10 0.09 .140 10 0.09

SA SA/G SE 2 0.02 16 2 0.02 16

DIG D/G RE 99 0.85 15 99 0.85 15

BS 2 2

BA 24 24 20

TB 26 26

B/G BE 0.22 3 0.22 3

BHE 2 2

Student-Athlete Profiles # 1 2 • S o p h o m o r e • 6 - 0 • M i d d l e B l o ck e r

Morgan

Thomas

Undeclared Major • Plantation, Fla. • St. Thomas Aquinas 2008: Appeared in all 34 matches and 124 sets as a true freshman ... Started 31 times ... Led the team in blocks with 89 (0.72 per set) and finished fourth in kills with 223 ... Had seven double-digit kill efforts and five five-block matches ... Posted four kills, four aces, eight digs and four blocks in sweep of Hampton (9/5) ... Added 10 kills, two aces and three blocks against Wofford (9/5) ... Posted seven kills, five blocks and three digs at ETSU (9/9) ... Had four digs and four blocks against North Florida (9/19) ... Posted 11 kills, two aces and a block in five-set win over Presbyterian (9/23) ... Notched nine kills and four digs in sweep of Stetson (9/27) ... Added 10 kills and four blocks against Mercer (10/5) ... Notched four kills and six blocks (three solo) at Campbell (10/9) ... Had eight kills and four blocks against Stetson (10/24) ... Tied season-high with six blocks, adding six kills, against FGCU (10/25) ... Had 10 kills, six digs and four rejections at North Florida (11/1) ... Notched 12 kills against ETSU (11/11) and then added 11 kills in regular-season finale against Campbell to go with six digs and three blocks (11/15) ... Earned Provisional Invitational All-Tournament honors after hitting .352, averaging 2.71 kills and 1.06 blocks per set in the five-match tournament ... Had four blocks against Central Arkansas (11/21) and N.C. Central (11/22) ... Added five blocks and five kills against Presbyterian (11/22) ... Notched 19 kills and three blocks in thirdplace match against North Florida, leading Upstate to the 3-1 win (11/22).

High School: Earned three letters at South Florida power St. Thomas Aquinas ... A member of Florida 5A state semifinalist St. Thomas Aquinas team as a senior ... A Miami Herald All-Broward County First Team selection as a senior, posting 179 kills and 125 blocks while helping lead St. Thomas Aquinas to a 27-5 overall record and a perfect 10-0 district mark ... Also an honorable mention All-State and Sun-Sentinel All-County Second Team selection ... Was an honorable mention Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel All-Broward County selection as a junior while helping the Raiders to a district title ... A member of the Boomers Volleyball Club for five years ... Was active in the Student Government ... Awarded the Principal Service Hour Recognition Award and the Jeanie Donovan Award for her volunteer work. Personal: Born on May 18, 1990 ... Daughter of Jay and Ann Thomas ... Has an older sister, Barbara ... Major is undecided ... Father, Jay, earned a letter as a goalkeeper with the Clemson men’s soccer team in 1981 ... Father was also a fencer ... Mother, Ann, was a four-year volleyball letterwinner at Clemson from 197881 ... Sister, Barbara, earned two letters with North Carolina’s Women’s Swim Team ... Enjoys the beach and spending time with friends and family ... Favorite musical artists are John Mayer and The Rocket Summer ... Favorite movie is “Push” ... Favorite song is John Mayer’s cover of “Free Fallin’” ... Favorite sports figure is pro volleyball star Gabrielle Reece ... Admires Kelsey Falter, her sister, Barbara, and Joe Bowman.

Kills Errors Total Attacks Pct. Assists Service Aces Service Errors Digs Solo Blocks Assisted Blocks Total Blocks

Thomas’ Career Highs 19 vs. North Florida, 11/22/08 7 vs. Stetson, 10/24/08 32 vs. North Florida, 11/22/08 .500 vs. Central Arkansas, 11/21/08 2, three times 4 vs. Hampton, 9/5/08 5 vs. Radford, 9/6/08 8 vs. Hampton, 9/5/08 3, twice 5 vs. Presbyterian, 11/22/08 6, twice

Thomas’ Career Statistics Season GP 2008 124 TOTAL 124

MP 34 34

K K/G E TA 223 1.80 112 569 223 1.80 112 569 21

Pct A A/G .195 16 0.13 .195 16 0.13

SA SA/G SE 20 0.16 40 20 0.16 40

DIG D/G 61 0.49 61 0.49

RE BS 2 14 2 14

BA 75 75

TB 89 89

B/G BE 0.72 19 0.72 19

BHE 0 0

Student-Athlete Profiles # 1 5 • Ju n i o r • 6 - 1 • Ou t s i d e Hi t t e r

Erin

Jacobsen

Interdisciplinary Studies Major • Virginia, Minn. • Iowa Lakes C.C. Prior to USC Upstate: Played two years at Iowa Lakes Community College, leading the team to two appearances in the NJCAA Division II National Tournament ... Finished 2008 by winning the ICCAC North Division II title with a perfect 8-0 record in the league and helping the Lakers to a 36-22 mark overall ... In 169 sets, posted 416 kills, hitting .157, and adding 39 service aces ... Also finished with 182 total blocks, an average of 1.077 per set, which was 32nd in the nation, helping her earn Second Team All-Region XI-A

Team honors ... Played in 135 sets, posting 134 kills and posting a .230 hitting percentage as a freshman, helping Iowa Lakes to a 39-13 record ... Also added 158 blocks, an average of 1.170 per set, which was good for 45th in the nation ... A graduate of Virginia (Minn.) High School, earning four letters in volleyball ... Helped lead Virginia to the state tournament in four straight seasons ... An all-region selection as a junior and a member of the Pepsi All-Star Team as a senior.

Personal: Born on Sept. 30, 1988 ... Daughter of Ross and Terri Jacobsen ... Has a sister, Megan, who played college volleyball at Mesabi Range Community & Technical College in 2006-07 ... Favorite food is pizza ... Favorite movie is “Wedding Date” ... Favorite TV show is “CSI: Miami” ... Favorite actor is Will Smith ... Admires her dad ... Favorite song is Drake’s “Best I ever had” ... Wants to work in sports medicine.

# 7 • Fre s h m a n • 5 - 1 0 • O u t s i d e Hi t t e r

Mindy

Quimby

Graphic Design Major • Keenesburg, Colo. • Weld Central High School: A four-year letterwinner with Weld Central, culminating by earning Rocky Mountain News Honorable Mention Class 3A All-State honors and First Team All-Patriot Conference honors as a senior ... Also played for the Blue Team in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports Class 3A All-Star game ... Earned all-conference honorable mention honors as a sophomore and was an all-conference selection as a junior ... Played six years of club volleyball with the Five Star Volleyball Club, serving as the team captain for two years.

Personal: Born on Feb. 4, 1991 ... Daughter of Mark and Joenne Quimby ... Has two sisters, Amber and Melissa ... A graphic design major ... Interests include shopping, painting and swimming ... Favorite movie is “Dawn of the Dead” ... Favorite TV show is “Big Brother” ... Favorite actor is Johnny Depp ... Favorite musical group is 30H!3 ... Favorite sports figure is Olympic gold medallist gymnast Shawn Johnson ... Admires her family ... Hero growing up was Beyonce ... Dream job is to work in advertising.

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Student-Athlete Profiles # 1 • Fre s h m a n • 5 - 6 • Se t t e r

Emily

Sanders

Spanish Major • Sullivan, Ill. • Sullivan High School: A four-year letterwinner and threetime MVP and Defensive Dig award winner for Sullivan, helping the team to back-to-back regional titles to cap her career ... Earned Special Mention Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette All-State honors after averaging 0.9 aces, 3.7 digs and 5.9 assists per set as a senior ... Also earned News-Gazette All-Area honors ... Earned an Illinois State Scholar award ... Averaged 1.5 aces, 6.1 assists and 1.9 digs per set as a junior, earning a spot on the special mention all-

state team ... Earned First Team All-Okaw Conference honors, her first of three all-conference nods, as a sophomore while helping the Redskins to a regional title ... Played with the Illini Elite Volleyball Club, helping the 15-under team to a second-place finish in the National Division at the USA Volleyball National Championships in 2006. Personal: Born on Nov. 20, 1990 ... Daughter of Howard and Sandy Sanders ... Has an older sister, Jordan ...

Major is Spanish ... Hobbies include painting fingernails, making friendship bracelets, dancing and tubing ... Favorite sports figure is Olympic gold medallist beach volleyball player Misty May ... Favorite movie is “Stepbrothers” ... Favorite foods are pizza and mashed potatoes ... Favorite musical group is Lady Antebellum ... Favorite actor is Patrick Dempsey ... Favorite actresses are Jennifer Aniston and Katherine Heigl ... Enjoys reading The Twilight Series ... Dream job is to teach Hispanich children English as a missionary.

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Paige

Weiland

Undeclared Major • Atlanta, Ga. • Marist School High School: A three-time letterwinner for Marist, helping the team to a state title as a sophomore ... Had a solid senior season for Georgia’s AAAA state runner-up, earning first team all-state, Georgia Athletic Coaches’ Association Senior All-Star and Region 4-AAAA All-Area honors ... Led Marist in both the state semifinals and finals, as she posted a team-high 13 kills in the 3-1 semifinal win over Sprayberry and added a team-high 16 kills in the finals ... Helped the War Eagles finish 38-12, averaging 3.27 kills, 0.77 aces

and 2.02 digs per set. Also played with the A5 Volleyball Club in Atlanta, helping the team to a first-place finish at the Impact Volleyball Classic in Nashville, Tenn. ... Also a member of the 2007 USA Volleyball American Division National Championship team ... An All-DeKalb County Honorable Mention selection as a sophomore ... Posted a 3.2 GPA at Marist. Personal: Born on Sept. 11, 1990 ... Daughter of Todd and Amy Weiland ... Has four sisters, Leah, Whitney

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(twin sister), Bailey and Hanna ... Major is undeclared ... Father, Todd, played basketball and mother, Amy, played tennis and was a cheerleader at Capital University ... Enjoys shopping, football, tennis and painting ... Favorite food is fried rice ... Favorite TV show is “Lost” ... Favorite musical artists are Kings of Leon and the Dave Matthews Band ... Admires Tim Tebow ... Dream job is to work for ESPN ... Favorite actor is Christian Bale ... Favorite movie is “Bridget Jones’ Diary.”

2009 Opponents Bradley

Lehigh

Nickname______________________________Braves Location_ ___________________________ Peoria, Ill. Enrollment_ _____________________________5,873 Colors_ ___________________________ Red & White Conference______________________ Missouri Valley Head Coach_ ____________________ Sean Burdette Record (Career)_________________________ 6-26 (1) Record (School)_ _______________________ 6-26 (1) 2008 Record_ __________________ 6-26 (2-16, T-9th) Volleyball SID_ _________________________Jim Rea Office Phone_____________________(309) 677-2624 E-mail_ _______________________jrea@bradley.edu Fax_____________________________(309) 677-2626 Arena (Capacity)______________Markin Center (500)

Nickname_____________________ Mountain Hawks Location_ _______________________Bethlehem, Pa. Enrollment_ _____________________________4,700 Colors_ _________________________ Brown & White Conference______________________ Patriot League Head Coach_ _____________________ Jenny Mauer Record (Career)________________________13-42 (3) Record (School)_ ______________________13-42 (3) 2008 Record_ ___________________ 8-20 (3-11, 7th) Volleyball SID_ ___________________ Mike Stagnitta Office Phone_____________________(610) 758-6631 E-mail_ _______________________mis3@lehigh.edu Fax_____________________________(610) 758-4407 Arena (Capacity)________________Grace Hall (2,200)

Chicago State

IUPUI

Nickname____________________________ Cougars Location_ __________________________Chicago, Ill. Enrollment_ _____________________________7,131 Colors_ ______________________Evergreen & White Conference_________________________ Great West Head Coach_ ______________ Shakeila Castile-Jones Record (Career)________________________First Year Record (School)_ ______________________First Year 2008 Record_ ____________________________ 0-29 Volleyball SID_ ___________________ Corey Miggins Office Phone_____________________(773) 995-2217 E-mail_ _____________ cmiggins.csu78@yahoo.com Fax_____________________________(773) 414-5961 Arena (Capacity)_____________ Dickens Center (250)

Nickname_____________________________Jaguars Location_ _____________________ Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment_ ___________________________ 30,300 Colors_ _______________________Red, Gold & Black Conference_________________ The Summit League Head Coach_ ______________________ Steve Payne Record (Career)_____________________166-210 (12) Record (School)_ ___________________166-210 (12) 2008 Record_ ___________________ 16-15 (9-7, 4th) Volleyball SID_ _______________________ Bill Potter Office Phone_____________________(317) 278-3619 E-mail_ ____________________ wcpotter@iupui.edu Fax_____________________________(317) 278-2683 Arena (Capacity)_______________ The Jungle (1,215)

The Citadel

N.C. State

Nickname____________________________ Bulldogs Location_ ______________________ Charleston, S.C. Enrollment_ _____________________________2,086 Colors_ ____________________ Citadel Blue & White Conference__________________________ Southern Head Coach_ ____________________Carolyn Geiger Record (Career)________________________25-73 (3) Record (School)_ ______________________25-73 (3) 2008 Record_ ______________9-23 (2-16, 6th, South) Volleyball SID_ ____________________________TBA Office Phone_____________________(843) 953-7590 E-mail_ __________________________________TBA Fax_____________________________(843) 953-6727 Arena (Capacity)______ McAlister Field House (6,000)

Nickname___________________________ Wolfpack Location_ _________________________Raleigh, N.C. Enrollment_ ___________________________ 31,000 Colors_ ___________________________ Red & White Conference_______________________Atlantic Coast Head Coach_ ____________________ Charita Stubbs Record (Career)________________________14-84 (3) Record (School)_ ______________________14-84 (3) 2008 Record_ __________________ 9-26 (3-17, 10th) Volleyball SID_ ___________________ Brandon Yopp Office Phone_____________________(919) 513-8195 E-mail_ ________________brandon_yopp@ncsu.edu Fax_____________________________(919) 515-2898 Arena (Capacity)_______ Reynolds Coliseum (12,400)

UNC Asheville

ETSU

Aug. 28 • 11:30 a.m. • Peoria, Ill. Braves Kick-Off Classic

Third Annual USC Upstate Classic Sept. 4-5, 2009 • Hodge Center

Classic Schedule Fri., Sept. 4 12:30 p.m._______________The Citadel vs. N.C. State 4:30 p.m._____________ N.C. State vs. UNC Asheville 7:30 p.m._________________ Upstate vs. The Citadel Sat., Sept. 5 10:30 a.m.__________________Upstate vs. N.C. State 1:30 p.m.____________ The Citadel vs. UNC Asheville 4:30 p.m._______________ Upstate vs. UNC Asheville

USC Upstate Classic History 2007 Fatz Cafe USC Upstate Volleyball Classic Fri., Aug. 24 USC Upstate 3, Savannah State 0 Wofford 3, Savannah State 0 Navy 3, USC Upstate 1 Sat., Aug. 25 Wofford 3, Navy 0 Navy 3, Savannah State 0 Wofford 3, USC Upstate 2 Classic Champion: Wofford All-Tournament Team L - Megan Healey, USC Upstate, Fr. S - Marissa Watson, Navy, Jr. OH - Jessie Sims, Navy, Jr. MB - Alexa Gibbs, Navy, Jr. L - Carolyn Rivers, Wofford, Jr. MB - Liz Sheets, Wofford, Jr. OH - Jesicah Ambrisco, USC Upstate, So. MVP - S - Joanna Suddath, Wofford, So. 2008 USC Upstate Volleyball Classic Fri., Sept. 5 Upstate 3, Hampton 0 Wofford 3, Radford 1 UNC Asheville 3, Hampton 0 Wofford 3, Upstate 0 Sat., Sept. 6 Radford 3, Hampton 2 Wofford 3, UNC Asheville 1 Radford 3, Upstate 1 Wofford 3, Hampton 0 UNC Asheville 3, Upstate 0 Classic Champion: Wofford All-Tournament Team MB - Sandra Campbell, Upstate, So. MB - Lauren Ficker, UNC Asheville, Sr. OH - Kelsey Benorden, UNC Asheville, So. OH - Laura Waddell, Radford, So. L - Lauren Clary, Radford, Jr. OH - Stacy Byrd, Wofford, So. S - Joanna Suddath, Wofford, Jr. OH - Aaryn Harrison, Hampton, So. MVP - OH - Shanna Hughes, Wofford, Jr.

Aug. 29 • 9 a.m. • Peoria, Ill. Braves Kick-Off Classic

Sept. 4 • 7:30 p.m. • Hodge Center Upstate Volleyball Classic

Sept. 5 • 4:30 p.m. • Hodge Center Upstate Volleyball Classic Nickname____________________________ Bulldogs Location_ _______________________ Asheville, N.C. Enrollment_ _____________________________3,500 Colors_ ______________________Royal Blue & White Conference__________________________ Big South Head Coach_ ______________________ Julie Torbett Record (Career)_____________________260-239 (15) Record (School)_ ___________________260-239 (15) 2008 Record_ ___________________ 18-14 (8-8, 4th) Volleyball SID_ ____________________ Everett Hutto Office Phone_____________________(828) 251-6931 E-mail_ ______________________ ehutto@unca.edu Fax_____________________________(828) 251-6386 Arena (Capacity)____________ Justice Center (1,100)

Aug. 28 • 4:30 p.m. • Peoria, Ill. Braves Kick-Off Classic

Aug. 29 • 2 p.m. • Peoria, Ill. Braves Kick-Off Classic

Sept. 5 • 10:30 a.m. • Hodge Center Upstate Volleyball Classic

Sept. 8 • 7 p.m. • Johnson City, Tenn. Oct. 13 • 7 p.m. • Hodge Center Nickname___________________________ Lady Bucs Location_ ___________________ Johnson City, Tenn. Enrollment_ ___________________________ 13,389 Colors_ ___________________ Navy Blue & Old Gold Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ ___________________ Lindsey Devine Record (Career)________________________90-98 (6) Record (School)_ ______________________90-98 (6) 2008 Record_ __________________ 12-20 (7-13, 7th) Volleyball SID_ ___________________ Jeff Schneider Office Phone_____________________(423) 439-5612 E-mail_ _____________________ schneidj@etsu.edu Fax_____________________________(423) 439-5329 Arena (Capacity)________ Brooks Gymnasium (3,500) 24

2009 Opponents Mercer

Kennesaw State

Florida Gulf Coast

Nickname_______________________________Bears Location_ __________________________ Macon, Ga. Enrollment_ _____________________________7,050 Colors_ ________________________ Orange & Black Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ _____________________ Noelle Rooke Record (Career)_____________________190-153 (11) Record (School)_ ______________________61-84 (5) 2008 Record_ __________________ 18-11 (13-7, 4th) Volleyball SID_ _____________________Andy Stabell Office Phone_____________________(478) 301-5218 E-mail_ __________________ stabell_al@mercer.edu Fax_____________________________(478) 301-5350 Arena (Capacity)__________University Center (3,200)

Nickname_______________________________ Owls Location_ _______________________ Kennesaw, Ga. Enrollment_ ___________________________ 20,212 Colors_ ___________________________Black & Gold Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ ______________ Karen Weatherington Record (Career)________________________First Year Record (School)_ ______________________First Year 2008 Record_ __________________ 6-24 (5-15, T-8th) Volleyball SID_ _____________________Jason Hanes Office Phone_____________________(678) 797-2562 E-mail_ _________________ jhanes2@kennesaw.edu Fax_____________________________(678) 423-6665 Arena (Capacity)____KSU Convocation Center (4,784)

Nickname______________________________Eagles Location_ ________________________ Ft. Myers, Fla. Enrollment_ ___________________________ 10,366 Colors_ _____________ Cobalt Blue & Emerald Green Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ _____________________ Dave Nichols Record (Career)_____________________296-108 (13) Record (School)_ _______________________ 20-8 (1) 2008 Record_ ____________________ 20-8 (18-2, 1st) Volleyball SID_ ________________________ Mike Hill Office Phone_____________________(239) 590-7064 E-mail_ ________________________ mhill@fgcu.edu Fax_____________________________(239) 590-7014 Arena (Capacity)______________ Alico Arena (4,500)

Jacksonville

North Florida

Presbyterian

Nickname___________________________ Dolphins Location_ ______________________Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment_ _____________________________3,436 Colors_ __________________________ Green & Gold Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ _________________ Shaun Kupferberg Record (Career)_______________________147-90 (6) Record (School)_ ______________________56-38 (3) 2008 Record_ __________________ 20-10 (14-6, 4th) Volleyball SID_ ________________________Josh Ellis Office Phone_____________________(904) 256-7409 E-mail_ __________________________jellis1@ju.edu Fax_____________________________(904) 256-7424 Arena (Capacity)_______ Swisher Gymnasium (1,500)

Nickname____________________________ Ospreys Location_ ______________________Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment_ ___________________________ 15,429 Colors_ ___________________________ Navy & Gray Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ ___________________ Kevin Campbell Record (Career)________________________17-45 (2) Record (School)_ ______________________17-45 (2) 2008 Record_ __________________ 13-19 (9-11, 6th) Volleyball SID_ _____________________ April Goode Office Phone_____________________(904) 620-4026 E-mail_ ______________________ a.goode@unf.edu Fax_____________________________(904) 620-2821 Arena (Capacity)_______________ UNF Arena (5,800)

Nickname___________________________ Blue Hose Location_ _________________________ Clinton, S.C. Enrollment_ _____________________________1,200 Colors_ __________________________Blue & Garnet Conference__________________________ Big South Head Coach_ ______________________ Chris Belshe Record (Career)________________________42-49 (4) Record (School)_ ______________________42-49 (4) 2008 Record_ __________________ 13-21 (6-10, 6th) Volleyball SID_ _____________________ Brent Hager Office Phone_____________________(864) 833-8252 E-mail_ ___________________ bchager@presby.edu Fax_____________________________(864) 833-8323 Arena (Capacity)_________ Templeton Center (2,500)

Campbell

Wofford

Stetson

Nickname_____________________________ Camels Location_ _____________________ Buies Creek, N.C. Enrollment_ _____________________________6,654 Colors_ ________________________ Orange & Black Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ _____________________ Leigh Mullins Record (Career)______________________148-142 (8) Record (School)_ _______________________ 7-23 (1) 2008 Record_ ___________________ 7-23 (5-15, 8th) Volleyball SID_ ___________________ Jason Williams Office Phone_____________________(910) 814-4367 E-mail_ _________________ jwilliams@campbell.edu Fax_____________________________(910) 893-1330 Arena (Capacity)___ Pope Convocation Center (3,100)

Nickname_____________________________ Terriers Location_ _____________________Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment_ _____________________________1,400 Colors_ _______________________ Old Gold & Black Conference__________________________ Southern Head Coach_ _______________________Corey Helle Record (Career)_______________________77-141 (7) Record (School)_ _____________________77-141 (7) 2008 Record_ _____________ 16-18 (6-12, 5th-South) Volleyball SID_ ______________________ Kim Tonkin Office Phone_____________________(864) 597-4092 E-mail_ ___________________tonkinkj@wofford.edu Fax_____________________________(864) 597-4129 Arena (Capacity)___ Benjamin Johnson Arena (3,500)

Nickname_____________________________ Hatters Location_ _________________________ DeLand, Fla. Enrollment_ _____________________________2,492 Colors_ ___________________ Hunter Green & White Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ ____________________ Cheryl Carlson Record (Career)_____________________130-220 (12) Record (School)_ ______________________44-87 (5) 2008 Record_ __________________ 5-23 (2-18, 11th) Volleyball SID_ ___________________Jessie Cazakoff Office Phone_____________________(386) 822-8131 E-mail_ ___________________ jcazakof@stetson.edu Fax_____________________________(386) 822-8132 Arena (Capacity)__________ Edmunds Center (4,000)

Lipscomb

Belmont

Gardner-Webb

Nickname_________________________ Lady Bisons Location_ ______________________ Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment_ ____________________________ 3,054 Colors_ _________________________ Purple & Gold Conference________________________Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ ________________ Brandon Rosenthal Record (Career)______________________ 85-101 (6) Record (School)_ ____________________ 85-101 (6) 2008 Record_ __________________21-11 (17-3, 2nd) Volleyball SID_ ____________________ Mark McGee Office Phone____________________ (615) 966-5862 E-mail_ ______________mark.mcgee@lipscomb.edu Fax____________________________ (615) 966-1806 Arena (Capacity)______________ Allen Arena (5,028)

Nickname______________________________ Bruins Location_ ______________________ Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment_ _____________________________5,017 Colors_ ______________________ Navy, Red & White Conference________________________ Atlantic Sun Head Coach_ _____________________ Deane Webb Record (Career)_____________________279-148 (12) Record (School)_ _____________________117-68 (6) 2008 Record_ ___________________ 25-8 (16-4, 3rd) Volleyball SID_ ______________________ Brian Karst Office Phone_____________________(615) 460-8023 E-mail_ ________________ brian.karst@belmont.edu Fax_____________________________(615) 460-5584 Arena (Capacity)_________ Curb Event Center (5,000)

Nickname____________________________ Bulldogs Location_ __________________ Boiling Springs, N.C. Enrollment_ _____________________________3,900 Colors_ ___________________________ Red & Black Conference__________________________ Big South Head Coach_ _____________________ Chris Phillips Record (Career)_____________________386-351 (21) Record (School)_ ______________________41-82 (5) 2008 Record_ ___________________ 5-27 (3-13, 9th) Volleyball SID_ _____________________ Kevin Davis Office Phone_____________________(704) 406-3981 E-mail_ ______________ kldavis@gardner-webb.edu Fax_____________________________(704) 406-4739 Arena (Capacity)__________Paul Porter Arena (5,000)

Sept. 11 • 7 p.m. • Hodge Center Oct. 31 • 3 p.m. • Macon, Ga.

Sept. 18 • 7 p.m. • Jacksonville, Fla. Oct. 24 • 3 p.m. • Hodge Center

Sept. 25 • 7 p.m. • Hodge Center Oct. 17 • 3 p.m. • Buies Creek, N.C.

Oct. 9 • 6:30 p.m. • Nashville, Tenn. Nov. 7 • 3 p.m. • Hodge Center

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Sept. 12 • 6 p.m. • Hodge Center Oct. 30 • 7 p.m. • Kennesaw, Ga.

Sept. 19 • 3 p.m. • Jacksonville, Fla. Oct. 24 • 3 p.m. • Hodge Center

Sept. 29 • 7 p.m. • Hodge Center

Oct. 10 • 2 p.m. • Nashville, Tenn. Nov. 6 • 7 p.m. • Hodge Center

Sept. 14 • 7 p.m. • Hodge Center Nov. 12 • 7 p.m. • Fort Myers, Fla.

Sept. 22 • 7 p.m. • Clinton, S.C.

Oct. 2 • 7 p.m. • Hodge Center Nov. 14 • 3 p.m. • DeLand, Fla.

Oct. 20 • 7 p.m. • Boiling Springs, N.C.

2008 In Review

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Ye a r Tw o I n D-I Campus Edge Fire Hits Close To Home An early-morning fire at the Campus Edge apartment complex destroyed one building at the complex and displaced 25 students on July 31. Less than a month before the volleyball season started, seven volleyball student-athletes were among the students who lost all of their possessions in the fire. However, with the tremendous response by Spartanburg-area firefighters and the help of sophomore Katie Downey, who knocked on several doors to warn people of the fire, everyone in the building escaped without injury. The campus and Spartanburg communities responded by donating money and items to help each student replace their possessions in an outpouring of support greatly appreciated by Upstate and its students.

Holly Mauldin earned her first career A-Sun Player of the Week honors in the last week of the regular season.

Freshman Morgan Thomas led the Spartans in blocks (0.72) and finished fourth on the team in kills.

Ahead of Her Time Head coach Jennifer Calloway became the youngest coach in the NCAA with 250 wins on Sept. 23 when the Spartans notched a 3-2 win over local rival Presbyterian. The 35-year-old’s reign as the youngest coach in the NCAA with 250 wins was short-lived, as Trinity (Conn.)’s Jennifer Bowman, 34, passed the milestone the next week. Calloway is still the youngest D-I coach with 250 career wins. Serbian Sensation Senior Jovana Lubura put together one of the most impressive streaks in the Spartans’ short Division I tenure, as the 6-2 Serbian strung together four straight double-doubles from Oct. 18 to Oct. 25. Lubura, who averaged 12.8 kills and 9.4 digs per match in the last 20 matches, started her run of consecutive double-doubles with 14 kills and 14 digs at Mercer. She followed that with 16 kills and 10 digs against The Citadel, 19 kills and 16 digs against Stetson and 12 kills and 11 digs against Florida Gulf Coast. The run ended on Oct. 31 at Jacksonville, as she managed just three kills and nine digs, but against North Florida the next night, Lubura posted 18 kills and 10 digs. She also added another doubledouble with 11 kills and 15 digs in a five-set match with ETSU on Nov. 11.

A Thousand Helping Hands Senior Holly Mauldin became the first player in the USC Upstate volleyball team’s Division I era to reach 1,000 assists on Nov. 8 against Belmont. Mauldin, who posted 1,211 assists at the Division I level and finished fifth in school history with 2,045 career assists, notched 18 assists and eight digs to lead the Spartans. She is the first player since Upstate moved to Division I in 2007 to reach the 1,000-assist mark and also has a Division-I-era best 18 career doubledoubles. D-I Firsts In back-to-back weeks, the Spartans were able to reach Division I milestones. Sophomore Sandra Campbell became the first player in Upstate’s Division I era to post back-to-back 50-block seasons thanks to three rejections at North Florida on Nov. 1. Sophomore Megan Healey joined Campbell in the D-I superlatives this week, as she become the first player in the Spartans’ D-I era to record back-toback 250-dig seasons with her second dig against Lipscomb on Nov. 7. Mauldin Leaves Her Mark Playing the final regular-season matches of her career, senior Holly Mauldin played some of her best volleyball, as the USC Upstate volleyball team’s setter set a career-high in assists on Nov. 11 against ETSU and followed that with a career-high in digs on Nov. 15 against Campbell. For her efforts, the Columbia, S.C., native was awarded the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week. It was the third ASun Player of the Week award for the Upstate volleyball program. Playing in the final A-Sun matches of her career, she posted a career-high 42 assists and 11 digs in a fiveset match with ETSU. She also notched two aces in the match. While playing in a 6-2 setting rotation for the whole match against Campbell, she had 28 assists and a career-high 19 digs as the Spartans capped their A-Sun season with a four-set win over Campbell. She also tied a career high with five kills

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and carried a perfect 1.000 hitting percentage in the match against the Camels.

and Thomas notched 2.71 kills and 1.06 blocks per set. She hit .352 in the tournament.

The Four-Headed Monster At times this year, the Spartans saw promising play from senior Jovana Lubura, sophomore Sandra Campbell and freshmen Morgan Thomas and Kelsie Queen. Against ETSU and Campbell, the quartet all delivered at once, as they each notched at least 10 kills in both matches. Against ETSU on Nov. 11, Campbell posted 22 kills while Thomas had 12, Lubura 11 and Queen 10, marking the first time in the D-I era that four Spartans posted 10 kills in the same match. The next day, the Spartan foursome did it again against Campbell, with Lubura posting 14 kills, Queen and Sandra Campbell each adding 12 and Thomas notching 11.

In the third-place match, Upstate defeated one of its old Peach Belt nemesis in North Florida, 3-1. The win broke a 24-match losing streak to the Lady Ospreys that went back to the 1994 season when head coach Jennifer Calloway was still in uniform with the then-Lady Rifles.

Half Grand Senior Jovana Lubura became the 30th player in school history to reach 500 career kills when she notched her eighth of 15 kills against Winston-Salem State on Nov. 21. A two-year letterwinner, Lubura finished ninth in the A-Sun with an average of 2.75 kills per game.

Growing Up Fast The three Upstate freshman all had an immediate impact in 2008, with all three appearing in at least 105 of the team’s 125 sets. Jane Hawryliw averaged 0.91 kills per set and 1.58 digs per set. The Saskatchewan native posted a match-high 14 kills in Upstate’s 3-0 win over Hampton on Sept. 5. Morgan Thomas, a middle blocker, averaged 1.80 kills and a team-high 0.72 blocks per set. Thomas had a career-high 19 kills against North Florida on Nov. 22. Kelsie Queen added 1.97 kills and 0.85 digs per set. Queen posted three straight 15-kill matches from Oct. 21 to Oct. 25.

Provisional Milestones For the first time since the opening of the 1999 season, the USC Upstate volleyball team played three matches in one day, with the Spartans wrapping up their 2008 season with two wins in three matches to finish in third place at the Mr. Gatti’s Provisional Invitational at the Hodge Center. The Spartans defeated N.C. Central, 3-0 (25-22, 25-16, 25-14), in the quarterfinals before Presbyterian defeated Upstate, 3-1 (25-15, 25-17, 18-25, 25-21) in the semifinals. Upstate came back to defeat North Florida, 3-1 (27-25, 25-22, 21-25, 25-19), in the third-place match. Upstate earned two nods on the all-tournament team, with senior Jovana Lubura and freshman Morgan Thomas each were placed on the team. Lubura averaged 4.06 kills per set and hit a solid .329 with 1.88 digs per set during Upstate’s five matches

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Home Court Advantage The Spartans started the tournament portion of the Provisional Invitational on Nov. 22 with a historic win over N.C. Central in the quarterfinals, as the program won its 300th match on the floor of the Hodge Center. In 33 seasons, the Spartans have posted a 301-100 (.751) in the building. Senior Jovana Lubura earned Provisional Invitational All-Tournament honors and led Upstate in kills.

Dig For The Cure Thanks to a five-set match that featured 72 USC Upstate kills, 77 digs and 67 assists against Stetson on Oct. 24 at the Hodge Center, the USC Upstate volleyball team was able to raise $1,123.80 for the Upstate South Carolina affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure, an organization that is dedicated to the fight against breast cancer. For the special match, the Spartans wore pink jerseys and several wore pink headbands during the match. Sophomore Megan Healey finished amongst the top 10 in the A-Sun in service aces for the second year in a row.

2008 In Review

2008 Match-By-Match Results 11-23 Overall, 4-16 Atlantic Sun Conference, 8-13 Home, 2-9 Away, 1-1 Neutral Date ^ 8/29 ^ 8/31 ^ 8/31 # 9/5 # 9/5 # 9/6 # 9/6 * 9/9 * 9/12 * 9/13 * 9/19 * 9/20 9/23 * 9/26 * 9/27 * 10/4 * 10/5 * 10/9 * 10/17 * 10/18 10/21 * 10/24 * 10/25 * 10/31 * 11/1 * 11/7 * 11/8 * 11/11 * 11/15 $ 11/21 $ 11/21 $ 11/22 $ 11/22 $ 11/22

Opponent vs Bryant vs St. Francis (N.Y.) at Navy HAMPTON WOFFORD RADFORD UNC ASHEVILLE at ETSU at Belmont at Lipscomb NORTH FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE PRESBYTERIAN at FGCU at Stetson KENNESAW STATE MERCER at Campbell at Kennesaw State at Mercer THE CITADEL STETSON FGCU at Jacksonville at North Florida LIPSCOMB BELMONT ETSU CAMPBELL WINSTON-SALEM STATE CENTRAL ARKANSAS N.C. CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN NORTH FLORIDA

Score Score-by-game L, 0-3 16-25,20-25,19-25 W, 3-0 25-21,25-17,25-16 L, 1-3 25-20,12-25,23-25,15-25 W, 3-0 25-17,25-22,25-14 L, 0-3 25-27,22-25,15-25 L, 1-3 22-25,16-25,25-19,16-25 L, 0-3 18-25,19-25,21-25 W, 3-2 25-21,22-25,20-25,25-19,15-11 L, 0-3 12-25,16-25,14-25 L, 0-3 17-25,15-25,23-25 L, 2-3 20-25,23-25,25-16,25-21,10-15 L, 0-3 22-25,12-25,23-25 W, 3-2 25-22,25-21,17-25,17-25,15-10 L, 0-3 17-25,17-25,15-25 W, 3-0 25-19,25-21,25-17 W, 3-0 25-15,25-16,25-23 L, 1-3 23-25,13-25,26-24,18-25 L, 0-3 18-25,14-25,19-25 L, 1-3 14-25,25-19,22-25,17-25 L, 1-3 20-25,25-23,16-25,12-25 W, 3-1 25-19,26-24,21-25,25-22 L, 2-3 25-20,24-26,23-25,25-20,10-15 L, 1-3 24-26,20-25,25-20,20-25 L, 0-3 12-25,18-25,16-25 L, 2-3 33-31,16-25,25-22,20-25,9-15 L, 1-3 25-21,17-25,21-25,17-25 L, 0-3 17-25,15-25,19-25 L, 2-3 25-23,20-25,31-33,25-22,9-15 W, 3-1 25-23,21-25,25-23,25-20 W, 3-0 25-13,25-13,25-14 L, 0-3 21-25,23-25,23-25 W, 3-0 25-22,25-16,25-14 L, 1-3 15-25,17-25,25-18,21-25 W, 3-1 27-25,25-22,21-25,25-19

High Kills Campbell (12) Campbell (15) Downey (16) Hawryliw (14) Campbell (11) Campbell (15) Lubura (11) Campbell (19) Two Tied (7) Lubura (10) Lubura (22) Campbell (9) Two Tied (11) Two Tied (6) Lubura (16) Lubura (13) Lubura (13) Lubura (9) Lubura (11) Lubura (14) Lubura (16) Two Tied (19) Queen (15) Queen (6) Lubura (18) Campbell (14) Lubura (11) Campbell (22) Lubura (14) Lubura (15) Three Tied (8) Lubura (18) Lubura (15) Thomas (19)

High Digs Hawryliw (4) Healey (8) Healey (15) Two Tied (8) Healey (15) Healey (10) Lubura (8) Lubura (11) Healey (7) Healey (12) Healey (18) Three Tied (7) Healey (13) Healey (9) Healey (18) Mauldin (10) Lubura (19) Lubura (11) Healey (10) Lubura (14) Healey (19) Lubura (16) Lubura (11) Lubura (9) Mauldin (17) Mauldin (15) Mauldin (8) Lubura (15) Mauldin (19) Lubura (9) Healey (14) Mauldin (11) Healey (17) Healey (15)

High Assists Mauldin (11) Bucciferro (18) Mauldin (15) Bucciferro (19) Bucciferro (30) Bucciferro (28) Two Tied (16) Bucciferro (24) Mauldin (15) Mauldin (12) Mauldin (37) Mauldin (21) Mauldin (32) Mauldin (20) Mauldin (41) Mauldin (29) Mauldin (28) Mauldin (12) Mauldin (26) Mauldin (20) Mauldin (36) Mauldin (38) Mauldin (24) Mauldin (13) Mauldin (24) Bucciferro (19) Mauldin (18) Mauldin (42) Mauldin (28) Mauldin (19) Mauldin (20) Mauldin (24) Mauldin (29) Mauldin (43)

High Blocks Thomas (3) Campbell (4) Downey (2) Thomas (4) Queen (4) Thomas (5) Lubura (3) Thomas (5) --Varnum (3) Two Tied (4) Campbell (4) Two Tied (4) Thomas (2) Three Tied (1) Two Tied (3) Two Tied (4) Thomas (6) Four Tied (1) Campbell (2) Thomas (2) Thomas (4) Thomas (6) Campbell (3) Thomas (4) Campbell (8) --Three Tied (2) Thomas (3) Five Tied (2) Leslie (5) Two Tied (4) Thomas (5) Two Tied (3)

^ Navy Trident Classic, # Fatz Cafe USC Upstate Volleyball Classic, $ Mr. Gatti’s Provisional Invitational, • Atlantic Sun Conference match, HOME matches in bold caps.

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2008 In Review

2008 individual Statistics Overall Individual Statistics ATTACK SET SERVE DIG BLOCKING ## Name SP MP K K/Game E TA Pct A A/Game SA SA/Gm SE RE DIG Dig/G BS BA Total B/Game 11 Jovana Lubura 123 34 361 2.93 99 1110 .236 32 0.26 27 20 0.22 18 272 2.21 1 43 44 0.36 10 Katie Downey 9 3 25 2.78 8 52 .327 2 0.22 2 1 0.22 0 3 0.33 1 6 7 0.78 15 Sandra Campbell 124 34 340 2.74 132 788 .264 5 0.04 2 5 0.02 0 31 0.25 12 58 70 0.56 13 Kelsie Queen 117 34 231 1.97 131 716 .140 10 0.09 2 16 0.02 15 99 0.85 2 24 26 0.22 12 Morgan Thomas 124 34 223 1.80 112 569 .195 16 0.13 20 40 0.16 2 61 0.49 14 75 89 0.72 8 Jane Hawryliw 105 33 96 0.91 73 357 .064 26 0.25 34 52 0.32 26 166 1.58 0 16 16 0.15 9 Jenna Leslie 99 31 60 0.61 27 244 .135 35 0.35 4 9 0.04 32 139 1.40 1 31 32 0.32 7 Tijana Knezevic 62 30 29 0.47 15 103 .136 16 0.26 1 3 0.02 11 59 0.95 0 19 19 0.31 1 Angie Varnum 27 16 12 0.44 6 45 .133 3 0.11 0 2 0.00 0 11 0.41 1 8 9 0.33 2 Holly Mauldin 115 33 47 0.41 9 143 .266 764 6.64 23 17 0.20 1 266 2.31 1 3 4 0.03 6 Morgan Bucciferro 93 33 29 0.31 10 73 .260 397 4.27 10 9 0.11 0 106 1.14 0 1 1 0.01 4 Megan Healey 125 34 7 0.06 13 48 -.125 39 0.31 41 51 0.33 47 357 2.86 0 0 0 0.00 3 Karla Andree 60 30 3 0.05 5 20 -.100 6 0.10 9 7 0.15 10 67 1.12 0 0 0 0.00 TEAM 39 USC UPSTATE 125 34 1463 11.70 640 4268 .193 1351 10.81 175 232 1.40 201 1637 13.10 33 284 175.0 1.40 Opponents 125 34 1659 13.27 651 4214 .239 1534 12.27 201 226 1.61 175 1888 15.10 28 317 186.5 1.49

BE 7 1 6 3 19 3 3 5 2 7 0 0 0

BHE 1 1 9 2 0 2 4 0 3 9 16 3 1

56 70

51 54

Atlantic Sun Conference Individual Statistics ATTACK SET SERVE DIG BLOCKING ## Name SP MP K K/Game E TA Pct A A/Game SA SA/Gm SE RE DIG Dig/G BS BA Total B/Game BE 11 Jovana Lubura 76 20 227 2.99 60 714 .234 19 0.25 14 13 0.18 8 185 2.43 0 24 24 0.32 7 15 Sandra Campbell 76 20 199 2.62 92 489 .219 5 0.07 0 3 0.00 0 23 0.30 8 38 46 0.61 4 13 Kelsie Queen 72 20 140 1.94 87 473 .112 7 0.10 0 5 0.00 7 51 0.71 2 12 14 0.19 2 12 Morgan Thomas 75 20 126 1.68 74 356 .146 11 0.15 8 22 0.11 2 43 0.57 11 38 49 0.65 6 8 Jane Hawryliw 67 20 50 0.75 37 191 .068 17 0.25 21 36 0.31 16 106 1.58 0 8 8 0.12 3 9 Jenna Leslie 63 19 34 0.54 15 149 .128 25 0.40 3 4 0.05 28 95 1.51 0 16 16 0.25 3 1 Angie Varnum 20 11 9 0.45 5 35 .114 2 0.10 0 1 0.00 0 9 0.45 1 5 6 0.30 2 2 Holly Mauldin 74 20 33 0.45 6 98 .276 480 6.49 10 6 0.14 1 187 2.53 1 2 3 0.04 5 7 Tijana Knezevic 37 17 15 0.41 7 56 .143 9 0.24 0 2 0.00 8 34 0.92 0 9 9 0.24 5 6 Morgan Bucciferro 54 19 18 0.33 7 41 .268 188 3.48 3 3 0.06 0 67 1.24 0 0 0 0.00 0 4 Megan Healey 76 20 5 0.07 12 38 -.184 26 0.34 33 29 0.43 24 200 2.63 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 Karla Andree 34 16 0 0.00 0 7 .000 3 0.09 3 4 0.09 5 30 0.88 0 0 0 0.00 0 TEAM 29 USC UPSTATE 76 20 856 11.26 402 2647 .172 792 10.42 95 128 1.25 128 1030 13.55 23 152 99.0 1.30 37 Opponents 76 20 1038 13.66 401 2628 .242 963 12.67 128 129 1.68 95 1213 15.96 17 202 118.0 1.55 50

Team Statistics

Spartan Honor Roll

TEAM STATISTICS ATTACK Kills Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET Assists Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Aces/Set

UPSTATE 1463 640 4268 .193 11.7 1351 10.8 175 232 1.4

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OPP TEAM STATISTICS SERVE RECEPTIONS 1659 Errors 651 Errors/Set 4214 DEFENSE .239 Digs 13.3 Digs/Set BLOCKING 1534 Block Solo 12.3 Block Assist Total Blocks 201 Blocks/Set 226 Block Errors 1.6 Ball handling errors

UPSTATE

OPP

201 1.6

175 1.4

1637 13.1

1888 15.1

33 284 175.0 1.4 56 51

28 317 186.5 1.5 70 54

Sandra Campbell Trident Classic All-Tournament Team (8/31) Sprint Spartan of the Week (9/2) Upstate Classic All-Tournament Team (9/6) A-Sun Player of the Week (9/8) Jovana Lubura Provisional Inv. All-Tournament Team (11/22) Holly Mauldin Sprint Spartan of the Week (9/29) Sprint Spartan of the Week (11/17) A-Sun Player of the Week (11/17) Morgan Thomas Provisional Inv. All-Tournament Team (11/22)

BHE 0 7 1 0 1 4 2 7 0 11 1 1 35 27

2008 In Review

2008 Superlatives Individual Match Highs

Team Match Highs

Category High Player, Game, Date Attack Pct. .667 (15- 1-21) Jovana Lubura vs. Winston-Salem State, 11/21 Kills 22 Two Times Kills (3 games) 18 (18- 3-38) Jovana Lubura vs. N.C. Central, 11/22 Kills (4 games) 19 (19- 4-32) Morgan Thomas vs. North Florida, 11/22 Kills (5 games) 22 Two Times Total Attacks 65 (22- 3-65) 5s Jovana Lubura vs. North Florida, 9/19 Total Attacks (3 games) 43 (10- 4-43) Jovana Lubura at Lipscomb, 9/13 Total Attacks (4 games) 51 (14- 6-51) Jovana Lubura at Mercer, 10/18 Total Attacks (5 games) 65 (22- 3-65) Jovana Lubura vs. North Florida, 9/19 Points 24.5 (22- 2- 0.5) 5s Jovana Lubura vs. North Florida, 9/19 Points (3 games) 19.0 (16- 3- 0.0) Jovana Lubura at Stetson, 9/27 Points (4 games) 20.5 (19- 0- 1.5) Morgan Thomas vs. North Florida, 11/22 Points (5 games) 24.5 (22- 2- 0.5) Jovana Lubura vs. North Florida, 9/19 Assists 43 (4s) Holly Mauldin vs. North Florida, 11/22 Assists (3 games) 41 Holly Mauldin at Stetson, 9/27 Assists (4 games) 43 Holly Mauldin vs. North Florida, 11/22 Assists (5 games) 42 Holly Mauldin vs. ETSU, 11/11 Digs 19 Three Times Digs (3 games) 18 Megan Healey at Stetson, 9/27 Digs (4 games) 19 Three Times Digs (5 games) 18 Megan Healey vs. North Florida, 9/19 Aces 5 Three Times Blocks 8 ( 2- 6) Sandra Campbell vs. Lipscomb, 11/07

Category High Opponent Attack Pct. .427 (43-11- 75) vs. Winston-Salem State, 11/21 Kills 72 (72-29-195) 5s vs. Stetson, 10/24 Kills (3 games) 52 (52-19-116) at Stetson, 9/27 Kills (4 games) 67 (67-23-174) vs. Campbell, 11/15 Kills (5 games) 72 (72-29-195) vs. Stetson, 10/24 Total Attacks 195 (72-29-195) 5s vs. Stetson, 10/24 Total Attacks (3 games) 120 (41-16-120) vs. Central Arkansas, 11/21 Total Attacks (4 games) 174 (67-23-174) vs. Campbell, 11/15 Total Attacks (5 games) 195 (72-29-195) vs. Stetson, 10/24 Assists 67 (5s) vs. Stetson, 10/24 Assists (3 games) 51 at Stetson, 9/27 Assists (4 games) 64 vs. Campbell, 11/15 Assists (5 games) 67 vs. Stetson, 10/24 Digs 87 (4s) vs. Campbell, 11/15 Digs (3 games) 58 at Stetson, 9/27 Digs (4 games) 87 vs. Campbell, 11/15 Digs (5 games) 77 vs. Stetson, 10/24 Aces 13 vs. Winston-Salem State, 11/21 Blocks 10.0 at ETSU, 9/09

Opponent Individual Match Highs

Opponent Team Match Highs

Category High Attack Pct. .531 (19- 2-32) Kills 28 (28- 4-48) 4s Total Attacks 65 (21- 4-65) 4s Points 29.5 (28- 0- 1.5) 4s Assists 60 (5s) Digs 35 (5s) Aces 8 Blocks 6

Player Jessica Maas vs. The Citadel, 10/21 Alex Kelly vs. Lipscomb, 11/07 Emily Werner vs. Campbell, 11/15 Alex Kelly vs. Lipscomb, 11/07 Julie Fye at North Florida, 11/01 Jen Neice vs. ETSU, 11/11 Carly Frazier at Belmont, 9/12 Three Times

Category Attack Pct. Kills Total Attacks Assists Digs Aces Blocks

High .500 (36- 5- 62) 72 (72-33-192) 5s 192 (72-33-192) 5s 65 90 18 9.0

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Team at Belmont, 9/12 vs. ETSU, 11/11 vs. ETSU, 11/11 Two Times Two Times at Belmont, 9/12 vs. North Florida, 11/22

2008 In Review

Senior Jovana Lubura finished seventh in the A-Sun in kills (2.75) and points (3.35) per match. Senior Holly Mauldin finished seventh in assists, averaging 6.64 per set.

2008 A-Sun In Review Atlantic Sun Conference Standings

Atlantic Sun Individual Leaders

A-SUN Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. FGCU 18 2 .900 20 8 .714 Lipscomb 17 3 .850 21 11 .656 Belmont 16 4 .800 25 8 .758 Jacksonville 14 6 .700 20 10 .667 Mercer 13 7 .650 18 11 .621 UNF 9 11 .450 13 19 .406 ETSU 7 13 .350 12 20 .375 Campbell 5 15 .250 7 23 .233 Kennesaw State 5 15 .250 6 24 .200 USC Upstate 4 16 .200 11 23 .324 Stetson 2 18 .100 5 23 .179

HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. Alex Kelly-Lipscomb 2. Abby Gruenbacher-Jacksonville 3. Emily Cahill-Belmont 4. Channing Salava-Belmont 5. Roberta Santos-FGCU

Cl SO SO SR FR SR

S 122 103 95 124 91

K E TA Pct. 499 145 1067 .332 213 68 438 .331 179 55 379 .327 172 38 415 .323 191 46 471 .308

KILLS 1. Alex Kelly-Lipscomb 2. Ana Kokanovic-FGCU 3. Sara Bendorf-Jacksonville 4. Kaley Read-UNF 5. Cat Mundy-Belmont

Cl SO SR SR SO SR

S 122 100 107 120 121

No. 499 400 424 418 412

ASSISTS 1. Stefine Pease-Lipscomb 2. Channing Salava-Belmont 3. Roberta Santos-FGCU 4. Hope Leatigaga-Campbell 5. Jennica Hagberg-Stetson

Cl SO FR SR FR FR

S 122 124 91 92 98

No. Avg/S 1235 10.12 1195 9.64 869 9.55 691 7.51 725 7.40

SERVICE ACES 1. Agata Dawidowicz-UNF 2. Roberta Santos-FGCU 3. Ana Kokanovic-FGCU 4. Channing Salava-Belmont 5. Cat Mundy-Belmont

Cl JR SR SR FR SR

S 107 91 100 124 121

No. 76 53 51 58 47

Avg/S 0.71 0.58 0.51 0.47 0.39

BLOCKS Cl 1. Abby Gruenbacher-Jacksonville SO 2. Ashley Weers-Campbell JR 3. Nicki Kent-Jacksonville JR 4. Krista Hurley-Mercer SO 5. Libby Hansch-Mercer SO

S 103 76 70 111 111

BS 9 11 6 11 23

BA 106 66 62 91 78

DIGS 1. Shelley Walroth-Jacksonville 2. Claire Tucker-Mercer 3. Jen Neice-ETSU 4. Jessica Turner-Lipscomb 5. Amiee Frutchey-Mercer

S 107 111 121 122 100

No. 628 600 499 477 358

Avg/S 5.87 5.41 4.12 3.91 3.58

Atlantic Sun Tournament

Macon, Ga. Hosted by Mercer University Thursday, November 20 Quarterfinals No. 3 Jacksonville 3, No. 6 Campbell 0 No. 5 ETSU 3, No. 4 Mercer 2 Firday, November 21 Semifinals No. 2 Belmont 3, No. 3 Jacksonville 2 No. 1 Lipscomb 3, No. 5 ETSU 0 Saturday, November 22 Championship No. 2 Belmont 3, No. 1 Lipscomb 0

Atlantic Sun Tournament MVP Cat Mundy, Belmont All-Tournament Team McKayla Barber, ETSU Sara Bendorf, Jacksonville Jake Pease, Lipscomb Alex Kelly, Lipscomb Channing Salava, Belmont *Cat Mundy, Belmont

NCAA Division I Tournament First Round Los Angeles, Calif. Dec. 5 Hawaii 3, Belmont 0

All-Atlantic Sun Conference Team First Team L Shelley Walroth, Jacksonville OH Ana Kokanovic, FGCU OH Sara Bendorf, Jacksonville OH Cat Mundy, Belmont S Jake Pease, Lipscomb S Roberta Santos, FGCU OH * Alex Kelly, Lipscomb

Second Team L Claire Tucker, Mercer OH Karen Dorris, Mercer MB Abby Gruenbacher, Jacksonville MH Emily Cahill, Belmont S Channing Salava, Belmont MH Jenny Gray, Belmont MB Kaley Read, UNFOH

Player of the Year: Alex Kelly, Lipscomb Defensive Player of the Year: Shelley Walroth, Jacksonville

Freshman of the Year: Channing Salava, Belmont Coach of the Year: Noelle Rooke, Mercer

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Cl JR SR FR SR FR

Avg/S 4.09 4.00 3.96 3.48 3.40

Total Avg/S 115.0 1.12 77.0 1.01 68.0 0.97 102.0 0.92 101.0 0.91

Spartan History

Tradition On The Court... • 829 Wins • .751 Winning Percentage in 35 Years At The Hodge Center • .680 Winning Percentage in Conference Play • 48 All-Conference Selections • 28 Winning Seasons • 24 20-Win Seasons • 9 Upstate Student-Athletes of the Year • 8 Upstate Athletic Hall of Famers • 6 Conference Tournament Championships (Three NAIA District Six, Three Peach Belt) • 5 Conference Coaches of the Year USC Upstate Hall of Famers Lindsay Richardson (5) and Heather Abrams (12) go up for a block in a 1995 game.

• 4 Conference Players of the Year • 3 NAIA National Tournament Appearances • 2 Conference League Championships (Peach Belt) • 2 NCAA Tournament Bids (Division II) • 2 Coaches With More Than 250 Career Wins (Joe Bowman and Jennifer Calloway) • 1 All-American

The 1987 USC Spartanburg team on the beaches of Hawaii during a regular-season trip to Hawaii-Hilo.

And Off The Court. • 107 Conference Academic Honor Roll Selections • 5 Four-Time Conference Honor Roll Selections • 3 CoSIDA Academic All-District Selections • 2 NCAA South Carolina Women of the Year • 1 AVCA Team Academic Award Angie Varnum walks across the stage at USC Upstate’s May 2009 commencement. Varnum was a two-time member of the A-Sun All-Academic Team.

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Spartan History

USC Upstate Athletic Hall of Fame Members Established in 1998, the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have outstanding athletic accomplishments or who made significant contributions to USC Upstate athletics. Since 1998, eight players and coaches with significant ties to the volleyball program have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, third at the school to only men’s soccer and men’s basketball in the number of inductions.

Dr. Joe Bowman

Carla Gambrell

Sara Henrichs

Kristin Korte

Dr. Joe Bowman was inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame in the class of 1999, one of the first three inductees. In 40 years at Upstate, he served as director of athletics, men’s basketball coach, bowling coach and golf coach, among other various duties at the school.

Carla Gambrell ‘91 was the second former Lady Rifle volleyball player to get inducted, when she was inducted in 2003. Gambrell, now Carla Pesce, was a dual sport student-athlete, playing volleyball and women’s basketball. She made her biggest impact on the volleyball team. A four-year starter, she helped the Lady Rifles to a 135-42 record during her four years. She was named NAIA District Six Player of the Year in 1987 and earned All-America honors in 1988. She led USCS to three appearances in the NAIA national championships.

Sara Henrichs ‘99 earned her induction into the Hall of Fame in 2005. Henrichs, now Sara Durham, was a member of the volleyball team for three seasons from 1996-98. In just three years, she set the all-time kills and attacks records at the time. Though those two marks have been surpassed, she still ranks third all-time with 1,367 kills and fourth with 2,969 attacks. She also ranks ninth all-time with 923 digs.

Kristin Korte Zurliene ‘02 was the sixth person affiliated with the volleyball program to be inducted into the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007.

Class of 1999

Class of 2003

His biggest impact on a program, though, may be his impact on the volleyball program. He began coaching the team in 1978 and stayed for 10 years at the helm, compiling 333 wins and three 40-win seasons.

Class of 2005

Class of 2007

Zurliene was a standout on the volleyball team from 1998-2001. By the time she left the program, she held the all-time records for kills, kill attempts, aces and digs. She continues to top the all-time digs list with 1,688 and ranks second all-time with 1,407 kills and 196 aces.

Bowman stepped down in 1987 to focus on teaching, but when an emergency replacement was needed in 1995, he retook the helm and won a Peach Belt Conference Championship.

She had the best year of her career in 1988. She tallied a school-record 630 kills on 1,264 attempts for a 5.08 kills per game average.

Durham was the model of consistency throughout her three-year career at the University, leading the team in kills, hitting percentage, and blocks all three years. She also led the team in service aces in 1996. She earned Team Most Valuable Player honors all three years as well.

Michelle Graham

Heather Abrams

Lindsay Richardson

Kim Pitman

Michelle Graham ‘96 was the first volleyball player inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame, getting the call in 2002. Graham, who graduated cum laude in 1996, had just as impressive a career in academics as she did in athletics.

Heather Abrams ‘97 was the third player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004. She played on the women’s basketball team for four years and the volleyball squad in 1995 and 1997. One of the most accomplished players in the women’s basketball program’s history, Abrams also helped the volleyball team to a Peach Belt Conference Tournament Championship in 1995.

Lindsay Bright ‘98, formerly Lindsay Richardson, was the fifth volleyball player to be inducted into the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006.

Kim Pitman ‘01 was the seventh in the tradition of volleyball players earning Hall of Fame honors when she was inducted in 2008.

Bright was a member of the volleyball team for four seasons from 1994-97. She saw action in 138 matches and 452 games in her career. She finished her career with 1,093 kills, one of just six players in the history of the program to reach 1,000 kills. She also tallied 159 aces, 1,072 digs, and 119 total blocks. She led the team to a 96-45 record, including a 38-4 mark her freshman season when the squad finished the Peach Belt Conference with a perfect 10-0 record. She helped the team to a 30-12 conference record during her four years.

Pitman, a JuCo transfer, was a standout player on the volleyball team for two seasons. She helped lead USC Spartanburg to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament and 49 wins. She was a two-time all-conference selection and was named the 2001 Peach Belt Player of the Year.

Class of 2002

Class of 2004

Graham, now Michelle Boehringer, was named South Carolina’s NCAA Woman of the Year in 1996 and was also named USCS’ Female Student-Athlete of the Year. She earned Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll recognition four times and was a Chancellor’s List honoree twice. Named to the GTE Academic All-Region volleyball team, she was also an All-American Collegiate Scholar in 1994-95. She was named the Peach Belt Tournament Most Valuable Player in 1995.

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In addition to her play on the courts, she also was an outstanding student, earning Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll honors all four years while also qualifying for the Dean’s List at USCS throughout her academic career.

Class of 2006

Zurliene was the driving force on the then-Rifles volleyball team that made its first NCAA Tournament berth in 2000. She led the team with 423 kills, 55 aces, and 455 digs en route to a 2411 record.

Class of 2008

Pitman had an outstanding year as a junior, finishing the season with 341 kills and 123 total blocks as a middle hitter. A dominant player in the middle, she led the team to a 24-11 record and the program’s first berth in the D-II Tourna-

Spartan History

Conference Championships Three NAIA District Six Titles Five Peach Belt Conference Titles 1987 Overall Record: 35-14 NAIA District Six Champions NAIA Bi-District XI Champions NAIA National Tournament, 1-3

Head coach Joe Bowman announced his retirement near the end of the season and the USC Spartanburg volleyball team took him on a wild ride, through the school’s first District Six title and all the way to the NAIA National Tournament in Milwaukee, Wis. The Lady Rifles were led by Carla Gambrell and All-District selection Diane Babington. The Spartans lost just one game during the District Six Tournament, winning the championship in a sweep over Presbyterian, 15-5, 15-1.

1988 Overall Record: 32-12 NAIA District Six Champions NAIA Bi-District XI Champions NAIA National Tournament, 0-4

The Lady Rifles had a new coach in Mark Cooke, but the results were the same, as they won their second straight District Six and Bi-District XI titles en route to the National Tournament in Topeka, Kan. With All-American Carla Gambrell and and All-District selections Angie Gambrell, Carla’s cousin, and Tonya Wright, the Lady Rifles fought back on championship Saturday at the district tournament, beating the College of Charleston in the finals, 16-14, 15-5, after dropping a match to the Cougars in their first shot at the title.

1989 Overall Record: 33-8 NAIA District Six Champions NAIA Bi-District XI Champions NAIA National Tournament, 0-4

Even with their third coach in three years in Nancy Cummings, the Lady Rifles cruised through another District Six Tournament and beat Nova Southeastern for the Bi-District XI Championship for the third straight year, earning a trip to the NAIA National Tournament in Hawaii. The Gambrell cousins and setter Monica Henderson led the way for the Rifles as seniors, who moved into Division II at the conclusion of the season.

1993 Overall Record: 34-6 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Co-Champions Peach Belt Conference Tournament Champions

In his second year as head coach, Chris Sturgill assembled one of the finest squads in school history, as the Lady Rifles went 34-6 and posted a 41 record in the Peach Belt Conference. With three All-Conference performers in Dawn Troutman, Jan Chapman and Jennifer Jones in the Rifles’ arsenal, they won all three of their Peach Belt Tournament matches, downing USC Aiken in four games in the championship.

1994 Overall Record: 38-4 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Champions Peach Belt Conference Tournament Champions

Chris Hawkins took over as the head coach just before the season began and led the Lady Rifles to the highest winning percentage in school history, as the Rifles posted a remarkable 38-4 record. With the Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year in Jennifer Jones, Academic All-District selection Michelle Graham and All-Peach Belt selections in Jolene Person and Heidi Ryan, the Rifles had a loaded lineup. The team won its first 27 matches and wrapped up the year with five straight wins.

1995 Overall Record: 17-14 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Runner-Up Peach Belt Conference Tournament Champions

Joe Bowman returned to the sidelines in 1995 as Chris Hawkins focused on his duties as head softball coach. The Lady Rifles responded with their third straight Peach Belt Tournament title, as Bowman led the team to an 8-2 record in the Peach Belt and wins over Augusta State and UNC Pembroke in the tournament. Heather Abrams, Lindsay Richardson and Michelle Graham each earned All-Peach Belt honors. At the end of the season, Bowman stepped down as head coach, handing the squad to his assistant, Jennifer Calloway, who is still at the helm.

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Spartan History

Postseason Tournaments Two NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances 2000 Overall Record: 24-11 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Third Place Peach Belt Conference Tournament Quarterfinalist NCAA Division II South Region Participant

In her fifth season as head coach, Jennifer Calloway led the Lady Rifles to the NCAA Division II Tournament for the first time in school history. With a team led by two USC Upstate Hall of Famers in Kim Pitman and Kristin Korte, the Lady Rifles posted a 9-5 record in the Peach Belt Conference, good for a third place finish in the conference. The Lady Rifles started the season redhot, posting a 15-3 record out of the gate, including 3-1 marks at three tournaments and two five-game winning streaks. When the Rifles got into the Peach Belt regular season, they finished as hot as a team can, posting three straight wins to conclude the regular season, downing second-place Armstrong Atlantic State and third-place USC Aiken in the stretch. Although they lost in the Peach Belt Tournament Quarterfinals, the Rifles still earned a bid to the NCAA South Region, falling to Armstrong Atlantic State in the first round.

2001 Overall Record: 25-8 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Runner-Up Peach Belt Conference Tournament Semifinalist NCAA Division II South Region Participant

Thanks to a second-place finish in the Peach Belt Conference and the most wins in the Calloway era, the 2001 Lady Rifles made a repeat trip to the NCAA Division II Championship. Led by Peach Belt Player of the Year Kim Pitman and All-Peach Belt Conference selections Kristin Korte, Erin Kopec and Kendall Harper, the Rifles posted their highest finish in the conference since 1995. Pitman had a season for the record books, as she hit a phenomenal .408 with 535 kills, which still stands as an Upstate NCAA record. She also posted 147 blocks on the season. Kopec was a welcome accomplice, as she set a school-record with 1,466 assists during the season. The Rifles started the season 3-3, but won 19 of their next 20 matches, claiming a tournament title at USC Aiken, to improve to 22-4 and a strong 9-1 in the conference. They dropped two more Peach Belt Conference matches, but won three matches in a row to close the regular season. After bowing out in the semifinals of the Peach Belt Conference Tournament, the Rifles fell in the opening round of the Division II Tournament to Armstrong Atlantic State.

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Upstate In The Postseason Year-By-Year Results NAIA District Six Tournament - 7 appearances (22-9, .710) NAIA Bi-District XI Championship - 3 appearances (3-0, 1.000) NAIA National Tournament - 3 appearances (1-11, .083) Peach Belt Tournament - 16 appearances (19-15, .559) NCAA Division II South Regional - 2 appearances (0-2, .000) 1982

NAIA District Six Tournament (1-2)

1989

NAIA Bi-District XI Championship (1-0)

11/13

College of Charleston

L

9-15, 14-16

11/11

Nova Southeastern

11/13

Columbia (S.C.)

W

15-10, 15-8

1989

NAIA National Tournament (0-4)

11/13

Francis Marion

L

5-15, 10-15

11/16

Fresno Pacific

L

11-15, 15-9, 13-15

1983

NAIA District Six Tournament (5-2)

11/16

Lewis & Clark

L

15-12, 12-15, 13-15

11/4

Charleston Southern

W

15-11, 10-15, 15-9

11/17

Southwestern

L

6-15, 1-15

11/4

USC Aiken

W

15-2, 15-3

11/17

Hastings

L

14-16, 3-15

11/4

Columbia (S.C.)

W

15-12, 10-15, 15-3

1991

Peach Belt Tournament (2-2)

11/4

Winthrop

L

17-15, 3-15, 7-15, 7-15

11/8

Augusta State

W

15-2, 15-5, 15-7

11/5

Limestone

W

15-11, 15-10

11/8

Francis Marion

L

12-15, 10-15, 15-5, 1-15

11/5

Winthrop

W

5-15, 15-8, 15-11, 7-15, 15-11

11/9

Armstrong Atlantic St. W

15-12, 15-4, 15-10

11/5

Winthrop

L

11/9

Francis Marion

13-15, 13-15, 13-15

W

L

15-7, 15-5, 15-11

1984

NAIA District Six Tournament (4-2)

1992

Peach Belt Tournament (0-2)

11/2

Erskine

W

15-2, 15-2

11/14

Augusta State

L

14-16, 12-15, 12-15

11/2

Winthrop

L

5-15, 6-15

11/14

Francis Marion

L

3-15, 9-15, 3-15

11/2

Wofford

W

15-5, 15-12

1993

Peach Belt Tournament (3-0)

11/2

Limestone

W

12-15, 15-8, 15-8

11/5

USC Aiken

W

11/3

Winthrop

W

15-2, 15-9

11/6

UNC Pembroke

W

15-2, 12-15, 15-13, 8-15, 15-8

11/3

College of Charleston

L

9-15, 5-15, 6-15

11/7

USC Aiken

W

15-8, 8-15, 15-6, 15-9

7-15, 15-10, 15-8, 6-15, 15-12

1985

NAIA District Six Tournament (4-2)

1994

Peach Belt Tournament (3-0)

11/8

Columbia (S.C.)

W

15-7, 15-1

11/12

Armstrong Atlantic St. W

15-12, 10-15, 15-4, 15-10

11/8

Limestone

L

15-3, 6-15, 7-15

11/12

USC Aiken

W

15-11, 15-13, 15-9

11/8

Wofford

W

18-16, 12-15, 15-7

11/13

USC Aiken

W

15-8, 16-14, 10-15, 15-7

11/8

Newberry

W

5-15, 15-7, 15-9

1995

Peach Belt Tournament (2-0)

11/9

Limestone

W

15-13, 15-12

11/11

Augusta State

W

15-12, 15-10, 8-15, 15-11

11/9

College of Charleston

L

8-15, 13-15

11/11

UNC Pembroke

W

15-12, 15-10, 15-10

1986

NAIA District Six Tournament (1-2)

1996

Peach Belt Tournament (0-1)

11/7

Wofford

W

9-15, 15-3, 15-7

11/16

UNC Pembroke

11/7

College of Charleston

L

14-16, 13-15

1997

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

11/8

Wofford

L

6-15, 14-16

11/14

Armstrong Atlantic St. W

15-12, 15-3, 8-15, 15-5

1987

NAIA District Six Tournament (4-0)

11/15

North Florida

8-15, 6-15, 16-14, 6-15

11/6

Columbia (S.C.)

W

15-4, 15-13

1998

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

11/6

Francis Marion

W

15-12, 15-6

11/12

Armstrong Atlantic St. W

15-12, 15-9, 15-10

11/7

Presbyterian

W

12-15, 15-12, 16-14

11/13

Francis Marion

9-15, 6-15, 10-15

11/7

Presbyterian

W

15-5, 15-1

1999

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

1987

NAIA Bi-District XI Championship (1-0)

11/12

Augusta State

W

15-8, 15-11, 15-11

11/14

Nova Southeastern

11/12

North Florida

L

12-15, 8-15, 4-15

W

15-4, 15-11, 15-3

L

L

L

12-15, 15-7 15-3, 13-15, 15-17

1987

NAIA National Tournament (1-3)

2000

Peach Belt Tournament (0-1)

11/19

Missouri Western

L

15-10, 7-15, 4-15

11/10

Augusta State

11/19

Western Oregon

L

2-15, 13-15

2000

NCAA Division II South Regional (0-1)

11/20

Montevallo

L

4-15, 7-15

11/16

Armstrong Atlantic St. L

11/20

Gordon

W

14-16, 15-7, 15-12

2001

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

L

15-12, 15-4, 9-15, 5-15, 10-15 10-15, 5-15, 15-8, 10-15

1988

NAIA District Six Tournament (4-1)

11/9

Francis Marion

W

30-24, 30-16, 30-21

11/4

Erskine

W

15-7, 15-3

11/9

Armstrong Atlantic St. L

17-30, 26-30, 20-30

11/4

USC Aiken

W

15-5, 15-4

2001

NCAA Division II South Regional (0-1)

11/4

College of Charleston W

15-12, 15-6

11/15

Armstrong Atlantic St. L

11/5

College of Charleston

10-15, 14-16

2002

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

11/5

College of Charleston W

16-14, 15-5

11/15

Francis Marion

W

30-26,30-19,18-30,31-29

1988

NAIA Bi-District XI Championship (1-0)

11/15

Armstrong Atlantic St. L

30-25,21-30,15-30,27-30

11/12

Nova Southeastern

2003

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

L

W

15-11, 15-8, 15-2

28-30, 31-33, 27-30

1988

NAIA National Tournament (0-4)

11/14

Francis Marion

11/17

Waynesburg

L

16-18, 14-16

11/14

Armstrong Atlantic St. L

11/17

St. Francis (Ill.)

L

10-15, 6-15

2004

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

11/18

Montevello

L

8-15, 9-15

11/12

USC Aiken

W

28-30,30-26,30-26,30-18

11/18

Emporia State

L

9-15, 16-14, 6-15

11/12

North Florida

L

22-30,18-30,20-30

1989

NAIA District Six Tournament (4-0)

2005

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

11/4

Converse

W

15-8, 15-4

11/11

Augusta State

W

30-25,30-19,30-16

11/4

Limestone

W

15-1, 16-14

11/11

Francis Marion

L

30-23,16-30,30-28,29-31,13-15

11/5

Presbyterian

W

15-12, 12-15, 15-8

2006

Peach Belt Tournament (1-1)

11/5

Presbyterian

W

15-4, 15-7

11/3

UNC Pembroke

W

30-23,28-30,25-30,30-24,15-6

11/3

USC Aiken

L

24-30,16-30,24-30

W

30-25,30-28,30-17 20-30,20-30,30-25,29-31

Spartan History

Individual Honors & Awards NAIA All-American 1988_ _____________ Carla Gambrell (3rd Team) NAIA District Six Player of the Year 1988_ ______________________ Carla Gambrell 1989_ ______________________ Carla Gambrell Peach Belt Player of the Year 1994_ _______________________ Jennifer Jones 2001_ _________________________ Kim Pitman AVCA All-Region 2004_ ______________ Amber Glass (South, HM) CoSIDA Academic All-District 1994_ ___________ Michelle Graham (District III) 1996_ ____________________ Lindsay Richardson (District III, College, 2nd Team) 2004 Amber Glass (District III, College, 3rd Team)

Sara Henrichs was the 1999 NCAA South Carolina Woman of the Year.

NAIA District Six Coach of the Year 1983_ ________________________ Joe Bowman 1985_ ________________________ Joe Bowman Peach Belt Coach of the Year 1993_ ________________________ Chris Sturgill 2001_ ____________________ Jennifer Calloway 2003_ ____________________ Jennifer Calloway Peach Belt Freshman of the Year 1998_ _________________________Kristin Korte 2000_ __________________________ Erin Kopec 2003_ _______________________ Mandy Rupert

Michelle Graham was the 1996 NCAA South Carolina Woman of the Year.

Carla Gambrell is the school’s only volleyball All-American, earning NAIA Third Team honors in 1988.

NAIA All-District Six 1981_ _________________________Susan Jones Sharon Rice Sonja Summerlin Bonnie Watts 1982_ ____________________ Melanie Patterson 1983_ ____________________ Melanie Patterson 1984_ _________________________Kelly O’Hara Melanie Patterson 1985_ ____________________ Micah Richardson Adanais Marcote 1986_ _____________________ Adanais Marcote Margaret Smith 1987_ _____________________ Diane Babington Suzzie Schildtknecht 1988_ ______________________ Angie Gambrell Carla Gambrell Tonya Wright 1989_ ______________________ Angie Gambrell Carla Gambrell Monica Henderson All-Peach Belt Conference 1993_ _____________________ Dawn Troutman Jan Chapman Jennifer Jones 1994_ _______________________ Jolene Person Jennifer Jones Heidi Ryan 1995_ _____________________ Heather Abrams Lindsay Richardson Michelle Graham 1996_ ________________________ Allison Maue Sara Henrichs 1997_ _______________________ Sara Henrichs 1998_ _______________________ Sara Henrichs 2000_ _________________________Kristin Korte Kim Pitman 2001_ _________________________ Kim Pitman Kristin Korte

2001_ __________________________ Erin Kopec Kendall Harper 2002_ ________________________ Amber Glass Erin Kopec 2003_ ________________________ Amber Glass Erin Kopec 2004_ ________________________ Amber Glass Mandy Rupert 2005_ ____________________ Shannon Pallardy Mandy Rupert 2006_ _______________________ Mandy Rupert Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week 1993_ __________________Jennifer Jones (9/21) Jan Chapman (10/12) Dawn Troutman (10/19) 1994_ __________________Jennifer Jones (9/20) Jennifer Jones (10/4) Jolene Person (10/18) Jennifer Jones (11/1) Heidi Ryan (11/8) 1995_ ________________ Heather Abrams (9/12) Lindsay Richardson (10/31) 1996_ _________________ Sara Henrichs (10/29) 1997_ __________________ Sara Henrichs (11/4) 1998_ _________________ Sara Henrichs (10/27) Sara Henrichs (11/3) Sara Henrichs (11/10) 2000_ ___________________ Kim Pitman (10/30) 2001_ _____________________ Kim Pitman (9/5) Kim Pitman (10/23) Kristin Korte (11/6) 2003_ __________________Mandy Rupert (11/4) 2004_ _________________Mandy Rupert (10/18) 2005_ ___________________Mandy Rupert (9/6) 2006_ __________________Mandy Rupert (9/25) Mandy Rupert (10/9) Mandy Rupert (10/30) Peach Belt Conference Specialist of the Week 2004_ ______________ Shannon Pallardy (10/18) 2005_ _______________ Shannon Pallardy (9/12) Shannon Pallardy (9/26) Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week 2007_ _______________ Sandra Campbell (11/5) 2008_ ________________ Sandra Campbell (9/8) Holly Mauldin (11/17) NAIA District Six All-Tournament Team 1983_ ____________________ Melanie Patterson 1984_ ____________________ Melanie Patterson 1985_ ________________________ Benita Foster Micah Richardson Peach Belt All-Tournament Team 1991_ _____________________ Anne Poindexter 1993_ _____________________ Dawn Troutman Jolene Person 1994_ _______________________ Jolene Person Jennifer Jones 1995_ _____________________ Heather Abrams 1998_ ________________________ Alison Fabro 1999_ _______________________ Becky Greiling 2001_ _________________________ Kim Pitman 2002_ ______________________ Mandy Dreiling 2003_ _______________________ Mandy Rupert 2004_ _______________________Stephanie Coff 2005_ _______________________ Mandy Rupert 2006_ ____________________Jessicah Ambrisco

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Spartan History

Individual Honors & Awards Peach Belt Tournament Most Valuable Player 1991_ _____________________ Anne Poindexter 1993_ _____________________ Dawn Troutman 1994_ __________________________ Heidi Ryan 1995_ _____________________Michelle Graham NCAA South Carolina Woman of the Year 1996_ _____________________Michelle Graham 1999_ _______________________ Sara Henrichs USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame Members 1999_ _____________________ Dr. Joe Bowman 2002_ _____________________Michelle Graham 2003_ ______________________ Carla Gambrell 2004_ _____________________ Heather Abrams 2005_ _______________________ Sara Henrichs 2006_ ___________________Lindsay Richardson 2007_ _________________________Kristin Korte 2008_ _________________________ Kim Pitman USC Upstate Female Student-Athlete of the Year 1981_ _________________________Susan Jones 1996_ _____________________Michelle Graham 1998_ ___________________Lindsey Richardson 1999_ _______________________ Sara Henrichs 2000_ _______________________ Carmen Tebbe 2001_ _______________________ Becky Greiling 2002_ ______________________ Kendall Harper 2004_ __________________________ Erin Kopec 2006_ ____________________ Shannon Pallardy Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 1992_ ___________________________Terri Cash Stephanie DeKoeyer Anne Poindexter Michelle Scruggs Wendy Workman 1993_ ___________________________Terri Cash Kim Griffith Michelle Graham Melinda Henry Michelle Scruggs Lisa Wilson 1994_ ____________________ Samantha Cohen Michelle Graham Lindsay Richardson 1995_ __________________________ Erin Baxter Lori Bebenek Jill Bornkessel Laura Brumbaugh Michelle Graham Shawna Murray Lindsay Richardson 1996_ __________________________ Erin Baxter Laura Brumbaugh Sara Henrichs Shawna Murray Lindsay Richardson 1997_ _____________________ Heather Abrams Laura Brumbaugh Alison Fabro Sara Henrichs Lindsay Richardson Nicolee Swaback Carmen Tebbe 1998_ ______________________ Amanda Dykes Alison Fabro Kendall Harper Sara Henrichs

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1998_ _____________________ Nicolee Swaback Carmen Tebbe 1999_ ______________________ Amanda Dykes Alison Fabro Kendall Harper Jennifer Stapp Nicolee Swaback Carmen Tebbe 2000_ ______________________ Amanda Dykes Kendall Harper Erin Kopec Jennie Lehman Angela Sherrill Jen Stepp Nichole Witty 2001_ ______________________ Kendall Harper Nichole Witty 2002_ _______________________ Brittany Harry Amanda Dreiling Amber Glass Lacy Helm Katie Hirst Erin Kopec Shannon Pallardy Nichole Witty 2003_ __________________________ Lacy Helm Erin Kopec Shannon Pallardy Mandy Rupert 2004_ _______________________Stephanie Coff Amber Glass Erin Hagemann Heidi Rosellen Mandy Rupert 2005_ ____________________ Shannon Pallardy Erin Hagemann Jennifer Joraskie Jenna Leslie Mandy Rupert Lindsey Graue Brittany Harry Holly Mauldin 2006_ ____________________ Jesicah Ambrisco Morgan Bucciferro Katie Downey Annie Holcombe Jennifer Joraskie Jenna Leslie Holly Mauldin Mandy Rupert Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team 2007_ ____________________ Jesicah Ambrisco Karla Andree Morgan Bucciferro Sandra Campbell Megan Healey Jennifer Joraskie Tijana Knezevic Jenna Leslie Jovana Lubura Holly Mauldin Angie Varnum Angel Ward 2008_ ___________________ Morgan Bucciferro Jane Hawryliw Megan Healey Tijana Knezevic Jenna Leslie Holly Mauldin Kelsie Queen Angie Varnum

Mandy Rupert earned three Peach Belt All-Conference selections and the Peach Belt Freshman of the Year.

Amber Glass was Upstate’s only Division II All-Region selection, earning the honor in 2004.

Joe Bowman was a two-time NAIA District Six Coach of the Year, earning honors in 1983 and 1985.

Spartan History

All-Time Letterwinners

Stephanie DeKoeyer 1989-92

Rae Freeman 1989-92

Kristin Kunz 2003-06

Holly Mauldin 2005-08

Michelle Scruggs 1989-92

-AAA-

-DDD-

Simone Higginson_ ____ 1986

Mitzi Morgan_ ______ 1985-87

-SSS-

Lauren Mrowczynski 2005-06

Telly Schenck_ ________ 1996

Heather Abrams_____1995, 97

Sally Davis____________ 1985

Katie Hirst__________ 2002-03

April Akin_ ___________ 1998

Stephanie DeKoeyer__ 1989-92

Cathy Hogan__________ 1976

Diana Mullins_ ______ 1990-93

Susie Schildtknecht_ _ 1986-87

Janice Allen_________ 1975-77

Karen Dill_____________ 1979

Annie Holcombe_____ 2003-06

Lauren Murphey_____ 1976-77

Michelle Scruggs_ ___ 1989-92

Jesicah Ambrisco_ ___ 2006-07

Connie Dobson______ 1979-80

Pam Howard________ 1975-78

Michelle Murphy____ 1977-79

Angie Seay_ __________ 1985

Karla Andree____ 2007-Pres.

Katie Downey_ __ 2006-Pres.

Shawna Murray______ 1995-96

Nicki Sherrill__________ 2000

-BBB-

Mandy Dreiling________ 2002

-JJJ-

Mandy Dykes_ ______ 1997-00

Kerensa Johnson_ ___ 1992-93

-OOO-

Debbie Smith_________ 1975

Dana Jokerst__________ 2001

Kelly O’Hara_ _______ 1981-84

Maggie Smith_______ 1985-86

Rachel Olds___________ 2006

Meredith Smith______ 1996-97

Allison Ortlieb_______ 2004-05

Diane Babington_ ___ 1986-87 Lisa Bagwell_ _________ 1981

-EEE-

Mary Jones___________ 1988

Erin Baxter__________ 1995-98

Kim Eskew__________ 1981-82

Susan Jones_ _______ 1978-80 Jennifer Jones_______ 1993-94

Trina Beaty_ ________ 1990-91 Lori Bebenek__________ 1995

-FFF-

Mary Beck____________ 1983

Alison Fabro_ _______ 1998-99

Christie Bishop______ 2002-03

Julie Fagan_ ________ 1976-78

Aniesa Bittner_______ 1988-90 Jill Bornkessel_______ 1995-96 Shea Brantley_ ________ 1993 Laura Brumbaugh____ 1995-97

Cathy Simmons_______ 1975

Jennifer Joraskie_____ 2005-07

Kim Speer____________ 1983 McKenna Sprouse______ 2003

-PPP-

Jenny Stepp_ _______ 1998-01

Shannon Pallardy____ 2002-05

Nancy Sullivan_ _______ 1995

-KKK-

Betty Parker_ _______ 1981-82

Sonja Summerlin_ ___ 1980-81

Chris Fall___________ 1989-90

Meredith Kelly________ 1995

Melanie Patterson____ 1983-84

Nicolee Swaback____ 1996-99

Benita Foster__________ 1985

Tijana Knezevic______ 2007-08

Jolene Person_______ 1993-94

Cheryl Fowler_______ 1976-79

Erin Kopec__________ 2000-03

Ashley Pilkington______ 1998

-TTT-

Rae Freeman________ 1989-92

Kristin Korte_ _______ 1998-01

Kim Pitman_________ 2000-01

Terri Taylor__________ 1980-81

Kristen Kunz_ _______ 2003-06

Traci Pittington______ 1987-88

Carmen Tebbe_ _____ 1997-99

Clara Bruton_ _________ 1979 Morgan Bucciferro 2006-Pres.

-GGG-

Haley Bush_ __________ 2005

Angie Gambrell______ 1986-89

Mahalia Byrd______1978-1981

Vickie Plaxico_ ________ 1975

Mae Thomas________ 1982-83

-LLL-

Anne Poindexter_______ 1991

Morgan Thomas 2008-Pres.

Carla Gambrell_ _____ 1986-89

Jennie Lehman______ 1999-00

Miranda Poulos______ 1978-80

Lynn Thomason_ ______ 1980

Cindy Garrett_ ________ 1976

Jenna Leslie________ 2005-08

Amy Powell___________ 1981

Michelle Thompson__ 1989-90

Sandra Gault__________ 1978

Ariele Loizeaux______ 2001-02

Julie Price_ ___________ 1986

Pam Tolar_ _________ 1984-85

Sandra Campbell_ ___ 2007-08

Amber Glass________ 2002-04

Laura Love____________ 1984

Jennifer Pye_ _________ 1997

Dawn Troutman_ ______ 1993

Donna Cannon______ 1979-80

Michelle Graham_ ___ 1992-95

Jovana Lubura_ _____ 2007-08

Terri Cash_ _________ 1989-92

Lindsey Graue_______ 2005-06

Ellie Cassidy_ _______ 1986-87

Becky Greiling_______ 1999-00

-MMM-

Jan Chapman_ ______ 1991-94

Kim Griffith_________ 1992-93

Adanais Marcote_____ 1985-86 Cindy Massey_ ________ 1984

-RRR-

-WWW-

Stephanie Coff_ _____ 2001-04

-HHH-

Allison Maue________ 1996-97

Jennifer Rakers________ 1994

Angel Ward___________ 2007

Joanne Coffelt_________ 1976

Erin Hagemann______ 2004-05

Holly Mauldin_______ 2005-08

Angie Ramsey_______ 1987-88

Cheryl Warren_______ 1980-81

Lisa Coggins__________ 1980

Vanessa Hardin______ 1978-79

Kim Maybury_ ________ 1975

Karen Resutek_______ 1997-98

Bonnie Watts________ 1980-81

Samantha Cohen_ ___ 1991-94

Kendall Harper______ 1998-01

Gayle McCoury______ 1983-84

Sharon Rice_________ 1978-81

Laurie Watts_ _______ 1981-83

Dani Collins___________ 2006

Brittany Harry_______ 2002-05

Fran McCrary__________ 1982

JoAnne Rice_ _______ 1985-86

Holly Webber_ ______ 1993-94

Kim Conrady__________ 2000

Ginger Haskell________ 1982

Tracy McDaniel________ 1990

Micah Richardson____ 1982-85

Lisa Wilson_ ________ 1989-92

Kate Corwin_ _________ 1994

Jane Hawryliw___ 2008-Pres.

Christana McKissick_ ___ 1975

Lindsay Richardson_ _ 1994-97

Nichole Witty_ ______ 2000-02

Tomricida Crawford_ _ 1980-84

Jill Haynie_ ___________ 1982

Christina McLean_ _____ 2006

Katie Rodgers_________ 2006

Wendy Workman_ ___ 1989-91

Jeanette Criner______ 1983-84

Megan Healey___ 2007-Pres.

Kelly Milborn__________ 2001

Beth Rogers_ _________ 1975

Tonya Wright________ 1985-88

Marie Cruel___________ 1977

Lacy Helm__________ 2002-03

Gwen Miller___________ 1983

Heidi Rosellen_________ 2004

Allie Cyrill_ ___________ 2004

Lynne Henderson____ 1979-80

Shirley Mills_________ 1982-83

Mandy Rupert_______ 2003-06

-ZZZ-

Monica Henderson___ 1988-89

Chris Monroe_ ______ 1976-79

Beth Rusch_ ________ 1990-91

Christine Zamora_ _____ 1989

Sara Henrichs_ ______ 1996-98

Shannon Montgomery__ 1988

Heidi Ryan__________ 1993-94

Active players listed in Bold.

Melinda Henry_ _____ 1990-93

Yvette Moore_ ______ 1983-84

-CCC-

Susan Christian______ 1978-80

-QQQ-

-VVV-

Kelsie Queen____ 2008-Pres.

Angie Varnum_____2007-2008

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Spartan History

All-Time Numerical Roster #6

Jane Haryliw__________ 2008 Morgan Thomas 2008-Pres.

Betty Parker_ _________ 1982 Laura Love____________ 1984 Ellie Cassidy_ _________ 1986 Angie Gambrell______ 1987-89 Trina Beaty_ ________ 1990-91 Jennifer Jones_______ 1993-94 Nicolee Swaback____ 1996-99 Nichole Witty_ ______ 2000-02 Allison Ortlieb_______ 2004-05 Morgan Bucciferro 2006-Pres.

Adanais Marcote 1985-86

#1

Nichole Witty 2000-03

#2

#3

Micah Richardson____ 1982-85 Christine Zamora_ _____ 1989 Jan Chapman_ ______ 1991-94 Carmen Tebbe_ _____ 1997-99 Erin Kopec__________ 2000-03 Heidi Rosellen_________ 2004 Rachel Olds___________ 2006 Karla Andree____ 2007-Pres.

#4

Gayle McCoury________ 1983 Cindy Massey_ ________ 1984 Pam Tolar_ ___________ 1985 Julie Price_ ___________ 1986 Ellie Cassidy_ _________ 1987 Rae Freeman________ 1990-92 Laura Brumbaugh____ 1995-97 Jenny Stepp_ _____1998-2001 Lacy Helm__________ 2002-03 Erin Hagemann______ 2004-05 Katie Rodgers_________ 2006 Megan Healey___ 2007-Pres.

#7

Jeanette Criner______ 1983-84 Tonya Wright________ 1985-88 Terri Cash_ _________ 1989-92 Shea Brantley_ ________ 1993 Holly Webber_ ________ 1994 Heather Abrams_____1995, 97 Ashley Pilkington______ 1998 Becky Greiling_________ 1999 Mandy Dreiling________ 2002 Mandy Rupert_______ 2003-06 Tijana Knezevic____2007-2008

#8

Mae Thomas__________ 1982 Laurie Watts_ _________ 1983 Mitzi Morgan_ ________ 1986 Susie Schildtknecht_ ___ 1987 Angie Ramsey_________ 1988 Rae Freeman__________ 1989 Tracy McDaniel________ 1990 Samantha Cohen_ ___ 1991-94 Jill Bornkessel_______ 1995-96 Mandy Dykes_ ____1997-2000 Ariele Loizeaux______ 2001-02 Annie Holcombe_____ 2003-06 Angel Ward___________ 2007 Morgan Thomas_______ 2008 Jane Hawryliw___ 2008-Pres.

#9

#5

Shirley Mills_________ 1982-83 Gayle McCoury________ 1984 Susie Schildtknecht_ ___ 1986 Melinda Henry_ _______ 1990 Kate Corwin_ _________ 1994 Lindsay Richardson_ _ 1995-97 Alison Fabro_ _______ 1998-99 Becky Greiling_________ 2000 Dana Jokerst__________ 2001 Allie Cyrill_ ___________ 2004 Haley Bush_ __________ 2005 Lindsey Graue_________ 2006 Sandra Campbell_ _____ 2007 39

Jenna Leslie 2005-08

#10

Kim Eskew____________ 1982 Adanais Marcote_____ 1985-86 Chris Fall_____________ 1989 Diana Mullins_ ______ 1990-93 Nancy Sullivan_ _______ 1995 Kim Conrady__________ 2000 Kelly Milborn__________ 2001 Shannon Pallardy____ 2002-05 Christina McLean_ _____ 2006 Angie Varnum_____2007-2008

Kim Speer____________ 1983 Pam Tolar_ ___________ 1984 Lisa Wilson_ ________ 1989-93 Heidi Ryan__________ 1993-94 Stephanie Coff_ _____ 2001-04 Holly Mauldin_____2005-2008

#13

Melanie Patterson______ 1983 Sally Davis____________ 1985 Simone Higginson_ ____ 1986 Shannon Montgomery__ 1988 Michelle Scruggs_ ___ 1989-92 Jolene Person_______ 1993-94 Erin Baxter__________ 1995-98 Jennie Lehman________ 1999 Brittany Harry_______ 2002-05 Jenna Leslie______2006-2008

Marie Cruel___________ 1977 Clara Bruton_ _________ 1979 Cheryl Warren_______ 1980-81 Laurie Watts_ _________ 1982 Mary Beck____________ 1983 Kelly O’Hara_ _________ 1984 Angie Seay_ __________ 1985 Diane Babington_ ___ 1986-87 April Akin_ ___________ 1988 Michelle Thompson__ 1989-90 Melinda Henry_ _____ 1991-93 Jennifer Rakers________ 1994 Meredith Kelly________ 1995 Meredith Smith______ 1996-97 Jennie Lehman________ 2000 Amber Glass________ 2002-03 Kristen Kunz_ _______ 2004-06 Katie Downey_ __ 2007-Pres.

Lauren Murphey_______ 1977 Pam Howard__________ 1978 Donna Cannon________ 1979 Carla Gambrell_ _______ 1986 Mitzi Morgan_ ________ 1987 Mary Jones___________ 1988 Wendy Workman_ ___ 1989-91 Dawn Troutman_ ______ 1993 Jennifer Pye_ _________ 1997 Kendall Harper______ 1998-01 Kristen Kunz_ _________ 2003 Amber Glass__________ 2004 Lindsey Graue_________ 2005 Jennifer Joraskie_____ 2006-07 Kelsie Queen____ 2008-Pres.

#22

Debbie Smith_________ 1975 Cathy Hogan__________ 1976 Mahalia Byrd________ 1978-79 Susan Christian________ 1980 Kim Eskew____________ 1981

#23

Sandra Gault__________ 1978 Connie Dobson______ 1979-80 Amy Powell___________ 1981

#24

Janice Allen___________ 1977 Vanessa Hardin________ 1978 Lynne Henderson______ 1979

#25

Cathy Simmons_______ 1975

#30

Julie Fagan_ __________ 1976 Miranda Poulos______ 1978-79 Tomricida Crawford_ ___ 1980 Laurie Watts_ _________ 1981 Kendall Harper 1998-01

#11

Chris Monroe_ ________ 1977 Susan Jones_ _______ 1978-80 Fran McCrary__________ 1982 Tomricida Crawford_ _ 1983-84 Mitzi Morgan_ ________ 1985 Angie Gambrell________ 1986 Carla Gambrell_ _____ 1987-89 Chris Fall_____________ 1990 Anne Poindexter_______ 1991 Kerensa Johnson_ ___ 1992-93 Lindsay Richardson_ ___ 1994 Shawna Murray______ 1995-96 Karen Resutek_______ 1997-98 Kim Pitman_________ 2000-01 Christie Bishop______ 2002-03 Jenna Leslie__________ 2005 Lauren Mrowczynski_ __ 2006 Jovana Lubura_ ___2007-2008

#14

#12

Ginger Haskell________ 1982 Gwen Miller___________ 1983 JoAnne Rice_ _______ 1985-86 Angie Ramsey_________ 1987 Monica Henderson___ 1988-89 Beth Rusch_ ________ 1990-91 Michelle Graham_ ___ 1992-95 Telly Schenck_ ________ 1996 Katie Hirst____________ 2003 Jesicah Ambrisco_ ___ 2006-07 Sandra Campbell_ _____ 2008

Christana McKissick_ ___ 1975 Pam Howard__________ 1977 Cheryl Fowler_______ 1978-79 Lynn Thomason_ ______ 1980 Betty Parker_ _________ 1981 Kelly O’Hara_ _________ 1982 Mae Thomas__________ 1983 Yvette Moore_ ________ 1984 Maggie Smith_______ 1985-86 Traci Pittington______ 1987-88 Stephanie De Koeyer 1989-92 Holly Webber_ ________ 1993 Sara Henrichs_ ______ 1996-98 Nicki Sherrill__________ 2000 McKenna Sprouse______ 2003 Jennifer Joraskie_______ 2005 Katie Downey_________ 2006

Chris Monroe_ ___ 1976, 78-79 Julie Fagan_ __________ 1977 Lisa Coggins__________ 1980

Beth Rogers_ _________ 1975 Cheryl Fowler_________ 1977 Susan Christian______ 1978-79 Jill Haynie_ ___________ 1982 Yvette Moore_ ________ 1983 Melanie Patterson______ 1984 Benita Foster__________ 1985 Aniesa Bittner_______ 1988-90 Kim Griffith_________ 1992-93 Lori Bebenek__________ 1995 Allison Maue________ 1996-97 Kristin Korte_ _______ 1998-01 Katie Hirst____________ 2002 Lauren Mrowczynski_ __ 2005 Dani Collins___________ 2006

#15

#20

Cheryl Fowler_________ 1976 Michelle Murphy____ 1977-79

#21

Kim Maybury_ ________ 1978

#31

Julie Fagan_ __________ 1978 Karen Dill_____________ 1979 Terri Taylor__________ 1980-81

#32

Lauren Murphey_______ 1976 Sharon Rice___________ 1978 Vanessa Hardin________ 1979 Sonja Summerlin_ ___ 1980-81

#33

Pam Howard________ 1975-76 Lynne Henderson______ 1980 Mahalia Byrd__________ 1981

#34

Vickie Plaxico_ ________ 1975 Joanne Coffelt_________ 1976

#40

Cindy Garrett_ ________ 1976 Donna Cannon________ 1980 Kelly O’Hara_ _________ 1981

#41

Bonnie Watts________ 1980-81

#42

Lisa Bagwell_ _________ 1981

#43

Janice Allen_________ 1975-76 Miranda Poulos________ 1980

#50

Sharon Rice_________ 1980-81 Active players listed in Bold.

Spartan Record Book

Year-By-Year Team Records

The father of Upstate volleyball, Joe Bowman nurtured the program from its infancy and turned the Lady Rifles into District Champions by the time he stepped down in 1987. He came back in 1995 for another go-round as head coach and led the team to a Peach Belt Tournament title. In 2004, he came back again for five seasons, this time as an assistant to Coach Calloway.

Hired at age 23, Jennifer Calloway led the Spartans to two NCAA Tournaments before turning 30. She is one of two coaches with 200 wins at Upstate.

Year Coach Overall Pct. Home Pct. Away Pct. Neutral Pct. Conf.* Pct. Postseason/Finish 1975 Linda Sloan 0-16 .000 - - - - - - - - -1 Yr. Linda Sloan 0-16 .000 - - - - - - - 1976 Miriam Shelden 7-14 .333 - - - - - - - - -1977 Miriam Shelden 16-14 .533 10-1 .909 3-4 .429 3-9 .250 - - SCAIAW Tournament (1-3) 2 Yrs. Miriam Shelden 23-28 .451 1978 Joe Bowman 20-13 .606 - - - - - - - - SCAIAW Division II Tourn. 1979 Joe Bowman 25-16 .610 10-5 .667 7-2 .778 8-9 .471 - - SCAIAW Division II Tourn. 1980 Joe Bowman 30-22 .577 - - - - - - - - AIAW Southern Regionals 1981 Joe Bowman 35-17 .673 12-6 .667 10-2 .833 13-8 .619 - - SCAIAW Division II Third Place 1982 Joe Bowman 29-18 .617 10-3 .769 7-2 .778 12-13 .480 12-6 .667 NAIA District Six Fifth Place 1983 Joe Bowman 42-11 .792 13-3 .812 9-3 .750 20-5 .800 15-5 .750 NAIA District Six Finalists 1984 Joe Bowman 45-12 .789 13-3 .812 10-3 .769 22-6 .786 23-6 .793 NAIA District Six Finalists 1985 Joe Bowman 38-17 .691 16-3 .842 5-5 .500 17-9 .654 14-8 .636 NAIA District Six Finalists 1986 Joe Bowman 34-13 .723 12-4 .750 11-3 .786 11-6 .647 23-4 .852 NAIA District Six Fourth Place 1987 Joe Bowman 35-14 .714 12-1 .923 9-6 .600 14-7 .667 19-4 .826 NAIA District Six Champions/NAIA Nationals 10 Yrs. Joe Bowman 333-153 .685 - - - - - - 106-33 .763 1988 Mark Cooke 32-12 .727 15-3 .833 13-3 .813 4-6 .400 12-1 .923 NAIA District Six Champions/NAIA Nationals 1 Yr. Mark Cooke 32-12 .727 15-3 .833 13-3 .813 4-6 .400 12-1 .923 1989 Nancy Cummings 33-8 .805 11-0 1.000 11-3 .786 11-5 .688 12-1 .923 NAIA District Six Champions/NAIA Nationals 1 Yr. Nancy Cummings 33-8 .805 11-0 1.000 11-3 .786 11-5 .688 12-1 .923 1990 Bronie Reynolds 24-12 .667 7-2 .778 7-5 .583 10-5 .667 - 1991 Bronie Reynolds 20-20 .500 7-2 .778 6-8 .429 7-10 .412 2-2 .500 Peach Belt Tourn./Third Place 2 Yrs. Bronie Reynolds 44-32 .579 14-4 .778 13-13 .500 17-15 .531 2-2 .500 1992 Chris Sturgill 18-18 .500 4-6 .400 4-7 .364 10-5 .667 1-4 .200 Peach Belt Tourn./Fifth Place 1993 Chris Sturgill 34-6 .850 12-0 1.000 11-4 .733 11-2 .846 4-1 .800 Peach Belt Tourn. Champions 2 Yrs. Chris Sturgill 52-24 .684 16-6 .727 15-11 .577 21-7 .750 5-5 .500 1994 Chris Hawkins 38-4 .905 16-0 1.000 11-1 .917 11-3 .786 10-0 1.000 Peach Belt Tourn. Champions 1 Yr. Chris Hawkins 38-4 .905 16-0 1.000 11-1 .917 11-3 .786 10-0 1.000 1995 Joe Bowman 17-14 .548 8-1 .889 4-5 .444 5-8 .385 8-2 .800 Peach Belt Tourn. Champions 11 Yrs. Joe Bowman 350-167 .677 - - - - - - 114-35 .765 1996 Jennifer Calloway 21-14 .600 6-2 .750 9-4 .692 6-8 .429 6-4 .600 Peach Belt Tourn./Quarterfinals 1997 Jennifer Calloway 20-13 .606 10-4 .714 6-5 .545 4-4 .500 6-6 .500 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 1998 Jennifer Calloway 19-15 .559 8-2 .800 4-6 .400 7-7 .500 9-5 .643 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 1999 Jennifer Calloway 19-15 .559 9-5 .643 5-7 .417 5-3 .625 7-7 .500 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 2000* Jennifer Calloway 24-11 .686 12-3 .800 5-3 .625 7-5 .583 9-5 .643 NCAA Division II/South Region First Round 2001• Jennifer Calloway 25-8 .758 10-2 .833 7-3 .700 8-3 .727 11-3 .786 NCAA Division II/South Region First Round 2002 Jennifer Calloway 22-10 .688 10-4 .714 6-4 .600 6-2 .750 9-5 .643 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 2003 Jennifer Calloway 25-8 .758 13-2 .867 7-3 .700 5-3 .675 11-3 .786 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 2004 Jennifer Calloway 16-15 .516 6-6 .500 4-5 .444 6-4 .600 7-7 .500 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 2005 Jennifer Calloway 21-13 .618 7-3 .700 6-5 .545 8-5 .615 8-4 .667 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 2006 Jennifer Calloway 23-11 .676 8-4 .667 6-3 .667 9-4 .692 6-6 .500 Peach Belt Tourn./Semifinals 2007 Jennifer Calloway 11-17 .393 6-8 .429 4-7 .364 1-2 .333 3-8 .375 -2008 Jennifer Calloway 11-23 .324 8-13 .381 2-9 .182 1-1 .500 4-16 .200 -13 Yrs. Jennifer Calloway 257-173 .598 113-58 .661 71-64 .526 73-51 .589 96-79 .549 34 Yrs. TOTALS 829-464 .641 - - - - - - 227-107 .680 * - From its inception as a sport in 1975 to 1982, USC Spartanburg was a member of the South Carolina Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. From 1982-1990, USC Spartanburg competed in the NAIA District Six Conference. From 1991-2006, USC Upstate was a member of the NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference. Since 2007, USC Upstate has competed as a member of the NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference. 40

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Team Single-Season Records

The 1993 USC Spartanburg volleyball team huddles together after winning the Peach Belt Conference Championship.

Vanessa Hardin, Sharon Rice and Sonja Summerlin accept their team awards during the 1980 USC Spartanburg awards banquet.

Wins 1. 45 (45-12, .789)_____________ 1984 2. 42 (42-11, .792)_____________ 1983 3. 38 (38-4, .905)_ _____________ 1994 38 (38-17, .691)_____________ 1985 5. 35 (35-14, .714)_____________ 1987 35 (35-17, .673)_____________ 1981 7. 34 (34-6, .850)_ _____________ 1993 34 (34-13, .723)_____________ 1986 9. 33 (33-8, .805)_ _____________ 1989 10. 32 (32-12, .727)_____________ 1988

Attack pct. 1. .268 (1634-520-4162)__________ 1998 2. .265 (1767-567-4534)__________ 2001 3. .261 (1473-484-3793)__________ 1997 4. .257 (1857-638-4747)__________ 2003 5. .251 (1569-441-4497)__________ 1986 6. .245 (1531-448-4420)__________ 1989 7. .238 (1813-677-4770)__________ 2000 8. .238 (1743-699-4392)__________ 1988 9. .233 (1718-715-4309)__________ 1996 10. .220 (1687-658-4678)__________ 2002

Service aces per set 1. 2.57 (127 sets)_ _____________ 1988 2. 2.55 (119 sets)_ _____________ 1989 3. 2.43 (127 sets)_ _____________ 2005 4. 2.39 (119 sets)_ _____________ 1986 5. 2.35 (114 sets)_ _____________ 1990 6. 2.23 (115 sets)_ _____________ 2002 7. 2.21 (120 sets)_ _____________ 1998 8. 2.19 (141 sets)_ _____________ 1991 9. 2.16 (119 sets)_ _____________ 2003 10. 2.14 (118 sets)_ _____________ 2006

Block assists 1. 783 (119 sets)_______________ 1986 2. 435 (141 sets)_______________ 1991 3. 425 (116 sets)_______________ 1985 4. 407 (112 sets)_______________ 1997 5. 337 (122 sets)_______________ 1999 6. 332 (126 sets)_______________ 1996 7. 323 (104 sets)_______________ 2007 8. 304 (115 sets)_______________ 2001 9. 301 (118 sets)_______________ 2006 10. 284 (125 sets)_______________ 2008

Kills 1. 1857 (.257)_ _______________ 2003 2. 1813 (.238)_ _______________ 2000 3. 1787 (.198)_ _______________ 2005 4. 1767 (.265)_ _______________ 2001 5. 1755 (.215)_ _______________ 2006 6. 1743 (.238)_ _______________ 1988 7. 1718 (.233)_ _______________ 1996 8. 1687 (.220)_ _______________ 2002 9. 1634 (.268)_ _______________ 1998 10. 1611 (.211)_ _______________ 1999

Assists 1. 1655 (119 sets)_ _____________ 2003 2. 1582 (115 sets)_ _____________ 2001 3. 1579 (127 sets)_ _____________ 2005 4. 1574 (118 sets)_ _____________ 2006 1574 (131 sets)_ _____________ 2000 6. 1515 (115 sets)_ _____________ 2002 7. 1486 (126 sets)_ _____________ 1996 8. 1439 (120 sets)_ _____________ 1998 9. 1400 (127 sets)_ _____________ 1988 10. 1399 (115 sets)_ _____________ 2004

Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Total blocks 1. 745.5 (119 sets)______________ 1986 2. 671.5 (116 sets)______________ 1985 3. 508.5 (141 sets)______________ 1991 4. 467.0 (127 sets)______________ 1988 5. 353.0 (122 sets)______________ 1995 6. 340.5 (112 sets)______________ 1997 7. 298.0 (120 sets)______________ 1998 8. 297.0 (119 sets)______________ 2003 9. 295.5 (118 sets)______________ 2006 10. 292.0 (115 sets)______________ 2001

Kills per SET 1. 15.61 (119 sets)______________ 2003 2. 15.37 (115 sets)______________ 2001 3. 14.87 (118 sets)______________ 2006 4. 14.67 (115 sets)______________ 2002 5. 14.07 (127 sets)______________ 2005 6. 13.97 (115 sets)______________ 2004 7. 13.84 (131 sets)______________ 2000 8. 13.72 (127 sets)______________ 1988 9. 13.63 (126 sets)______________ 1996 10. 13.62 (120 sets)______________ 1998

Assists per set 1. 13.91 (119 sets)______________ 2003 2. 13.76 (115 sets)______________ 2001 3. 13.34 (118 sets)______________ 2006 4. 13.17 (115 sets)______________ 2002 5. 12.43 (127 sets)______________ 2005 6. 12.17 (115 sets)______________ 2004 7. 12.02 (131 sets)______________ 2000 8. 11.99 (120 sets)______________ 1998 9. 11.79 (126 sets)______________ 1996 10. 11.25 (112 sets)______________ 1997

Digs per set 1. 22.88 (119 sets)______________ 1989 2. 21.90 (127 sets)______________ 1988 3. 19.92 (114 sets)______________ 1990 4. 19.84 (120 sets)______________ 1998 5. 17.70 (115 sets)______________ 2002 6. 17.55 (118 sets)______________ 2006 7. 17.35 (127 sets)______________ 2005 8. 16.98 (115 sets)______________ 2004 9. 16.98 (122 sets)______________ 1995 10. 16.51 (115 sets)______________ 2001

Blocks per set 1. 6.26 (119 sets)_ 2. 5.79 (116 sets)_ 3. 3.68 (127 sets)_ 4. 3.61 (141 sets)_ 5. 3.04 (112 sets)_ 6. 2.89 (122 sets)_ 7. 2.54 (115 sets)_ 8. 2.50 (118 sets)_ 9. 2.50 (119 sets)_ 10. 2.48 (120 sets)_

Attack attempts 1. 5143 (1787-770-5143)__________ 2005 2. 4823 (1755-717-4823)__________ 2006 3. 4770 (1813-677-4770)__________ 2000 4. 4747 (1857-638-4747)__________ 2003 5. 4705 (1607-599-4705)__________ 2004 6. 4678 (1687-658-4678)__________ 2002 7. 4534 (1767-567-4534)__________ 2001 8. 4497 (1569-441-4497)__________ 1986 9. 4420 (1531-448-4420)__________ 1989 10. 4392 (1743-699-4392)__________ 1988

Service aces 1. 327 (127 sets)_______________ 1988 2. 309 (141 sets)_______________ 1991 3. 308 (127 sets)_______________ 2005 4. 303 (119 sets)_______________ 1989 5. 284 (119 sets)_______________ 1986 6. 268 (114 sets)_______________ 1990 7. 265 (120 sets)_______________ 1998 8. 257 (115 sets)_______________ 2002 257 (119 sets)_______________ 2003 10. 253 (118 sets)_______________ 2006

Block solos 1. 459 (116 sets)_______________ 1985 2. 354 (119 sets)_______________ 1986 3. 348 (127 sets)_______________ 1988 4. 291 (141 sets)_______________ 1991 5. 212 (122 sets)_______________ 1995 6. 177 (119 sets)_______________ 2003 7. 165 (120 sets)_______________ 1998 8. 156 (131 sets)_______________ 2000 9. 155 (127 sets)_______________ 2005 10. 146 (115 sets)_______________ 2004

Points 1. 2411.0 (1857k 257a 177-240b)________2003 2. 2325.0 (1787k 308a 155-150b)________2005 3. 2304.0 (1767k 245a 140-304b)________2001 4. 2303.5 (1755k 253a 145-301b)________2006 5. 2157.0 (1687k 257a 131-164b)________2002 6. 2053.5 (1607k 225a 146-151b)________2004 7. 1813.0 (1463k 175a 33-284b)__________ 2008 8. 1714.5 (1305k 205a 43-323b)_________2007

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2781 (127 sets)_ _____________ 1988 2723 (119 sets)_ _____________ 1989 2381 (120 sets)_ _____________ 1998 2271 (114 sets)_ _____________ 1990 2203 (127 sets)_ _____________ 2005 2125 (131 sets)_ _____________ 2000 2071 (118 sets)_ _____________ 2006 2071 (122 sets)_ _____________ 1995 2036 (115 sets)_ _____________ 2002 1998 (122 sets)_ _____________ 1999

_____________ 1986 _____________ 1985 _____________ 1988 _____________ 1991 _____________ 1997 _____________ 1995 _____________ 2001 _____________ 2006 _____________ 2003 _____________ 1998

Spartan Record Book

Individual Career Records Mandy Rupert 1,762 Kills (1st) 4,657 Attacks (1st) 224 Service Aces (1st) 2,075.5 Points (1st) 1,520 Digs (2nd) 3.86 Kills per Game (3rd) 0.49 Aces per Game (4th) 4.54 Points per Game (4th)

Erin Kopec was the team’s setter for four years, becoming the only player in school history with 5,000 assists.

Kim Pitman holds the school record for attack percentage, hitting .384 in 2000-01.

Jan Chapman 1,043 Kills (9th) 2,437 Attacks (8th) .312 Attack Pct. (7th) 195 Solo Blocks (4th) 335 Total Blocks (7th)

ATTACK

ASSISTS

Kills 1. 1762__ 2. 1407__ 3. 1367__ 4. 1216__ 5. 1148__ 6. 1093__ 7. 1067__ 8. 1066__ 9. 1043__ 10. 908___

Assists 1. 5262__ 2. 4846__ 3. 2922__ 4. 2278__ 5. 2045__ 6. 1947__ 7. 1775__ 8. 1463__ 9. 1303__ 10. 1255__

Mandy Rupert (.256)______________ 2003-06 Kristin Korte (.215)_ ______________ 1998-01 Sara Henrichs (.377)_ _____________ 1996-98 Carla Gambrell (.339)_ ____________ 1986-89 Angie Gambrell (.306)_____________ 1986-89 Lindsay Richardson (.236)__________ 1994-97 Stephanie Coff (.217)_ ____________ 2001-04 Amber Glass (.320)_ ______________ 2002-04 Jan Chapman (.312)_ _____________ 1991-94 Jennifer Jones (.330)______________ 1993-94

Erin Kopec (476 sets)_____________ 2000-03 Nicolee Swaback (469 sets)_ _______ 1996-99 Shannon Pallardy (371 sets)________ 2002-05 Lisa Wilson (403 sets)_ ____________ 1989-92 Holly Mauldin (388 sets)___________ 2005-08 Monica Henderson (241 sets)_______ 1988-89 Morgan Bucciferro (304 sets)_ _____ 2006Jennifer Rakers (137 sets)____________ 1994 Jill Bornkessel (216 sets)___________ 1995-96 Dawn Troutman (127 sets)___________ 1993

Kills per Set (min. 100 kills) 1. 4.01___ Carla Gambrell (303 sets)__________ 1986-89 2. 3.95___ Sara Henrichs (346 sets)___________ 1996-98 3. 3.86___ Mandy Rupert (457 sets)__________ 2003-06 4. 3.71___ Kim Pitman (236 sets)_____________ 2000-01 5. 3.53___ Jesicah Ambrisco (205 sets)________ 2006-07 6. 3.46___ Angie Gambrell (332 sets)_ ________ 1986-89 7. 3.36___ Amber Glass (317 sets)____________ 2002-04 8. 3.24___ Jennifer Jones (280 sets)___________ 1993-94 9. 2.97___ Kristin Korte (474 sets)____________ 1998-01 10. 2.97___ Maggie Smith (217 sets)___________ 1985-86

Assists per Set (min. 500 assists) 1. 11.05__ Erin Kopec (476 sets)_____________ 2000-03 2. 10.68__ Jennifer Rakers (137 sets)____________ 1994 3. 10.33__ Nicolee Swaback (469 sets)_ _______ 1996-99 4. 9.88___ Dawn Troutman (127 sets)___________ 1993 5. 8.08___ Monica Henderson (241 sets)_______ 1988-89 6. 7.88___ Shannon Pallardy (371 sets)________ 2002-05 7. 7.16___ Angie Seay (105 sets)_______________ 1985 8. 6.03___ Jill Bornkessel (216 sets)___________ 1995-96 9. 5.84_ _ Morgan Bucciferro (304 sets)_ _____ 200610. 5.65___ Lisa Wilson (403 sets)_ ____________ 1989-92

Attack attempts 1. 4657__ Mandy Rupert (1762-571-4657)_____ 2003-06 2. 3579__ Kristin Korte (1407-637-3579)_ _____ 1998-01 3. 3198__ Stephanie Coff (1067-373-3198)_ ___ 2001-04 4. 2969__ Sara Henrichs (1367-249-2969)_ ____ 1996-98 5. 2796__ Lindsay Richardson (1093-433-2796) 1994-97 6. 2676__ Angie Gambrell (1148-328-2676)____ 1986-89 7. 2616__ Carla Gambrell (1216-330-2616)_ ___ 1986-89 8. 2437__ Jan Chapman (1043-283-2437)_ ____ 1991-94 9. 2374__ Amber Glass (1066-307-2374)_ _____ 2002-04 10. 2111__ Diana Mullins (704-307-2111)_ _____ 1990-93

SERVES

Attack pct. (min. 1200 kills) 1. .384___ Kim Pitman (876-193-1778)________ 2000-01 2. .377___ Sara Henrichs (1367-249-2969)_ ____ 1996-98 3. .339___ Carla Gambrell (1216-330-2616)_ ___ 1986-89 4. .330___ Jennifer Jones (908-234-2040)______ 1993-94 5. .326___ Maggie Smith (644-151-1511)______ 1985-86 6. .320___ Amber Glass (1066-307-2374)_ _____ 2002-04 7. .312___ Jan Chapman (1043-283-2437)_ ____ 1991-94 8. .306___ Angie Gambrell (1148-328-2676)____ 1986-89 9. .304___ Katie Hirst (567-161-1336)_________ 2002-03 10. .298___ Heather Abrams (578-165-1387)____ 1995,97

Service aces 1. 224___ Mandy Rupert (457 sets)__________ 2003-06 2. 196___ Kristin Korte (474 sets)____________ 1998-01 3. 191___ Erin Kopec (476 sets)_____________ 2000-03 4. 172___ Lisa Wilson (403 sets)_ ____________ 1989-92 5. 161___ Michelle Thompson (219 sets)______ 1989-90 6. 159___ Lindsay Richardson (452 sets)_ _____ 1994-97 7. 155___ Nicolee Swaback (469 sets)_ _______ 1996-99 8. 140___ Jennifer Jones (280 sets)___________ 1993-94 9. 133___ Jolene Person (273 sets)___________ 1993-94 10. 129___ Samantha Cohen (476 sets)________ 1991-94 Service aces per Set (min. 100 aces) 1. 0.74___ Michelle Thompson (219 sets)______ 1989-90 2. 0.50___ Jennifer Jones (280 sets)___________ 1993-94 3. 0.49___ Beth Rusch (242 sets)_____________ 1990-91 4. 0.49___ Mandy Rupert (457 sets)__________ 2003-06 5. 0.49___ Jolene Person (273 sets)___________ 1993-94 6. 0.48___ Adanais Marcote (233 sets)_ _______ 1985-86 7. 0.46___ Monica Henderson (241 sets)_______ 1988-89 8. 0.43___ Lisa Wilson (403 sets)_ ____________ 1989-92 9. 0.41___ Kristin Korte (474 sets)____________ 1998-01 10. 0.40___ Erin Kopec (476 sets)_____________ 2000-03 42

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Individual Career Records Amber Glass 1,402 Points (2nd) 4.42 Points per Game (2nd) 189 Solo Blocks (5th) 347 Total Blocks (5th) .320 Attack Pct. (6th) 3.36 Kills per Game (7th) 1,066 Kills (8th) 1.09 Blocks per Game (8th)

Stephanie Coff 3,198 Attacks (3rd) 1,355 Digs (4th) 1,067 Kills (7th) 3.14 Digs per Game (9th) 432 Games (9th) 129 Matches (9th)

DIGS Digs 1. 1688__ 2. 1520__ 3. 1433__ 4. 1355__ 5. 1095__ 6. 1072__ 7. 1036__ 8. 999___ 9. 923___ 10. 916___

BLOCKS Kristin Korte (474 sets)____________ 1998-01 Mandy Rupert (457 sets)__________ 2003-06 Brittany Harry (358 sets)___________ 2002-05 Stephanie Coff (432 sets)__________ 2001-04 Angie Gambrell (332 sets)_ ________ 1986-89 Lindsay Richardson (452 sets)_ _____ 1994-97 Erin Kopec (476 sets)_____________ 2000-03 Tonya Wright (349 sets)_ __________ 1985-88 Sara Henrichs (346 sets)___________ 1996-98 Michelle Thompson (219 sets)______ 1989-90

Blocks solo 1. 266___ Angie Gambrell (332 sets)_ ________ 1986-89 2. 215___ Maggie Smith (217 sets)___________ 1985-86 3. 213___ Carla Gambrell (303 sets)__________ 1986-89 4. 195___ Jan Chapman (447 sets)___________ 1991-94 5. 189___ Amber Glass (317 sets)____________ 2002-04 6. 174___ Heidi Ryan (268 sets)_ ____________ 1993-94 7. 159___ Sara Henrichs (346 sets)___________ 1996-98 8. 146___ Adanais Marcote (233 sets)_ _______ 1985-86 9. 142___ Michelle Graham (363 sets)_ _______ 1992-95 10. 139___ Trina Beaty (250 sets)_ ____________ 1990-91

Digs per Set (min. 750 digs) 1. 4.18___ Michelle Thompson (219 sets)______ 1989-90 2. 4.06___ Erin Hagemann (190 sets)_ ________ 2004-05 3. 4.00___ Brittany Harry (358 sets)___________ 2002-05 4. 3.60___ Chris Fall (228 sets)_______________ 1989-90 5. 3.56___ Kristin Korte (474 sets)____________ 1998-01 6. 3.45___ Monica Henderson (241 sets)_______ 1988-89 7. 3.33___ Mandy Rupert (457 sets)__________ 2003-06 8. 3.30___ Angie Gambrell (332 sets)_ ________ 1986-89 9. 3.14___ Stephanie Coff (432 sets)__________ 2001-04 10. 2.86___ Tonya Wright (349 sets)_ __________ 1985-88

Block assists 1. 250___ Angie Gambrell (332 sets)_ ________ 1986-89 2. 243___ Sara Henrichs (346 sets)___________ 1996-98 3. 235___ Kendall Harper (445 sets)__________ 1998-01 4. 222___ Maggie Smith (217 sets)___________ 1985-86 5. 205___ Carla Gambrell (303 sets)__________ 1986-89 6. 201___ Adanais Marcote (233 sets)_ _______ 1985-86 7. 174___ Nicolee Swaback (469 sets)_ _______ 1996-99 8. 172___ Jenny Stepp (416 sets)____________ 1998-01 9. 169___ Joanne Rice (232 sets)_ ___________ 1985-86 10. 163___ Trina Beaty (250 sets)_ ____________ 1990-91

POINTS (Stat kept since 2001)

Total blocks 1. 516___ Angie Gambrell (332 sets)_ ________ 1986-89 2. 437___ Maggie Smith (217 sets)___________ 1985-86 3. 418___ Carla Gambrell (303 sets)__________ 1986-89 4. 402___ Sara Henrichs (346 sets)___________ 1996-98 5. 347___ Adanais Marcote (233 sets)_ _______ 1985-86 347___ Amber Glass (317 sets)____________ 2002-04 7. 335___ Jan Chapman (447 sets)___________ 1991-94 8. 309___ Kendall Harper (445 sets)__________ 1998-01 9. 302___ Trina Beaty (250 sets)_ ____________ 1990-91 10. 270___ Kim Pitman (236 sets)_____________ 2000-01

Points 1. 2075.5 Mandy Rupert (1762k 224a 45-89b) 2003-06 2. 1402.0 Amber Glass (1066k 68a 189-158b)__ 2002-04 3. 1215.5 Stephanie Coff (1067k 92a 26-61b)__ 2001-04 4. 782.5__ Jesicah Ambrisco (724k 2a 24-65b)__ 2006-07 5. 748.0 Katie Downey (530k 77a 62-158b)__ 20066. 698.5__ Kristen Kunz (566k 46a 43-87b)_____ 2003-06 7. 697.5__ Katie Hirst (567k 36a 50-89b)_______ 2002-03 8. 684.5__ Lacy Helm (464k 84a 89-95b)_______ 2002-03 9. 679.0__ Kim Pitman (535k 36a 69-78b)________ 2001 10. 668.5_ _ Lauren Mrowczynski (517k 24a 83-89b) 2005-06 Points per Set (min. 150 Sets) 1. 4.54___ Mandy Rupert (457 sets)__________ 2003-06 2. 4.42___ Amber Glass (317 sets)____________ 2002-04 3. 3.82___ Jesicah Ambrisco (205 sets)________ 2006-07 4. 3.45_ _ Katie Downey (217 sets)_ _________ 20065. 3.07___ Jovana Lubura (212 sets)_ _________ 2007-08 6. 3.03___ Katie Hirst (230 sets)______________ 2002-03 7. 2.96___ Lauren Mrowczynski (226 sets)_ ____ 2005-06 8. 2.95___ Lacy Helm (232 sets)______________ 2002-03 9. 2.85___ Sandra Campbell (223 sets)________ 2007-08 10. 2.81___ Stephanie Coff (432 sets)__________ 2001-04 43

Blocks per Set (min. 200 blocks) 1. 2.01___ Maggie Smith (217 sets)___________ 1985-86 2. 1.55___ Angie Gambrell (332 sets)_ ________ 1986-89 3. 1.49___ Adanais Marcote (233 sets)_ _______ 1985-86 4. 1.38___ Carla Gambrell (303 sets)__________ 1986-89 5. 1.21___ Trina Beaty (250 sets)_ ____________ 1990-91 6. 1.16___ Sara Henrichs (346 sets)___________ 1996-98 7. 1.14___ Kim Pitman (236 sets)_____________ 2000-01 8. 1.09___ Amber Glass (317 sets)____________ 2002-04 9. 1.02___ Joanne Rice (232 sets)_ ___________ 1985-86 10. 1.01_ _ Katie Downey (217 sets)_ _________ 2006-

Lindsay Richardson holds the school record for matches played, appearing in 138 matches.

PARTICIPATION SetS pLAYED 1. 476___ Samantha Cohen_ _______________ 1991-94 476___ Erin Kopec______________________ 2000-03 3. 474___ Kristin Korte_ ___________________ 1998-01 4. 469___ Nicolee Swaback_________________ 1996-99 5. 457___ Mandy Rupert___________________ 2003-06 6. 452___ Lindsay Richardson_______________ 1994-97 7. 447___ Jan Chapman_ __________________ 1991-94 8. 445___ Kendall Harper_ _________________ 1998-01 9. 432___ Stephanie Coff_ _________________ 2001-04 10. 425___ Rae Freeman____________________ 1989-92 Matches Played 1. 138___ Lindsay Richardson_______________ 1994-97 2. 134___ Kristin Korte_ ___________________ 1998-01 134___ Nicolee Swaback_________________ 1996-99 4. 133___ Erin Kopec______________________ 2000-03 5. 132___ Kendall Harper_ _________________ 1998-01 6. 131___ Jan Chapman_ __________________ 1991-94 7. 130___ Mandy Rupert___________________ 2003-06 130___ Jenny Stepp_ ___________________ 1998-01 9. 129___ Stephanie Coff_ _________________ 2001-04 10. 122___ Kristen Kunz_ ___________________ 2003-06

Spartan Record Book

Individual Single-Season Records Nicolee Swaback 1,256 Assists (6th) 1,246 Assists (8th) 1,219 Assists (10th) 11.46 Assists per Game (4th) 10.23 Assists per Game (7th) 10.21 Assists per Game (8th)

Shannon Pallardy 1,284 Assists (5th) 1,237 Assists (9th) 11.46 Assists per Game (3rd) 10.06 Assists per Game (9th)

Carla Gambrell finished second in the NAIA in kills per game, setting a school record of 630 in 1988.

Jennifer Jones set the school record with 85 aces during the 1993 campaign.

ATTACK

ASSISTS

Kills 1. 630_ __ 2. 535_ __ 3. 528_ __ 4. 518_ __ 5. 499_ __ 6. 489_ __ 7. 488_ __ 8. 479_ __ 9. 447_ __ 10. 430_ __

Assists 1. 1466_ _ 2. 1463_ _ 3. 1345_ _ 4. 1321_ _ 5. 1284_ _ 6. 1256_ _ 7. 1255_ _ 8. 1246_ _ 9. 1237_ _ 10. 1219_ _

Carla Gambrell (.355)_ __________1988 Kim Pitman (.408)_ _____________2001 Mandy Rupert (.262)____________2005 Sara Henrichs (.396)_ ___________1998 Carla Gambrell (.368)_ __________1989 Angie Gambrell (.310)___________1989 Mandy Rupert (.276)____________2006 Jennifer Jones (.317)____________1993 Angie Gambrell (.325)___________1988 Sara Henrichs (.375)_ ___________1997

Erin Kopec (115 sets)____________2001 Jennifer Rakers (137 sets)________1994 Erin Kopec (115 sets)____________2002 Erin Kopec (127 sets)____________2000 Shannon Pallardy (112 sets)______2004 Nicolee Swaback (111 sets)_ _____1998 Dawn Troutman (127 sets)_______1993 Nicolee Swaback (122 sets)_ _____1999 Shannon Pallardy (123 sets)______2005 Nicolee Swaback (126 sets)_ _____1996

Kills per Set (min. 100 kills) 1. 5.08___ Carla Gambrell (124 sets)_ _______1988 2. 4.65___ Kim Pitman (115 sets)___________2001 3. 4.36___ Mandy Rupert (121 sets)_________2005 4. 4.36___ Mandy Rupert (112 sets)_________2006 5. 4.32___ Sara Henrichs (120 sets)_________1998 6. 4.23___ Carla Gambrell (118 sets)_ _______1989 7. 4.14___ Angie Gambrell (118 sets)_ ______1989 8. 3.84___ Sara Henrichs (112 sets)_________1997 9. 3.83___ Mandy Rupert (112 sets)_________2004 10. 3.82___ Maggie Smith (105 sets)_________1986

Assists per Set (min. 200 assists) 1. 12.75__ Erin Kopec (115 sets)____________2001 2. 11.70__ Erin Kopec (115 sets)____________2002 3. 11.46__ Shannon Pallardy (112 sets)______2004 4. 11.32__ Nicolee Swaback (111 sets)_ _____1998 5. 10.68__ Jennifer Rakers (137 sets)________1994 6. 10.40__ Erin Kopec (127 sets)____________2000 7. 10.23__ Nicolee Swaback (110 sets)_ _____1997 8. 10.21__ Nicolee Swaback (122 sets)_ _____1999 9. 10.06__ Shannon Pallardy (123 sets)______2005 10. 9.96___ Monica Henderson (117 sets)_____1989

Attack attempts 1. 1332_ _ Mandy Rupert (528-179-1332)____2005 2. 1270_ _ Mandy Rupert (488-137-1270)____2006 3. 1264_ _ Carla Gambrell (630-181-1264)_ __1988 4. 1197_ _ Mandy Rupert (429-147-1197)____2004 5. 1161_ _ Stephanie Coff (390-133-1161)_ __2004 6. 1136_ _ Angie Gambrell (489-137-1136)___1989 7. 1134_ _ Sara Henrichs (518-69-1134)_ ____1998 8. 1109_ _ Jovana Lubura (361-99-1109)_____2008 9. 1099_ _ Kristin Korte (423-194-1099)_____2000 10. 1088_ _ Jennifer Jones (479-134-1088)____1993

SERVES

Attack pct. (min. 200 Attempts) 1. .438___ Jan Chapman (339-57-644)_ _____1993 2. .408___ Kim Pitman (535-109-1045)_ _____2001 3. .398___ Nicolee Swaback (97-13-211)_____1998 4. .396___ Sara Henrichs (518-69-1134)_ ____1998 5. .393___ Jan Chapman (125-29-244)_ _____1994 6. .375___ Sara Henrichs (430-82-929)_ _____1997 7. .374___ Maggie Smith (401-69-887)_ _____1986 8. .368___ Carla Gambrell (499-102-1080)_ __1989 9. .355___ Carla Gambrell (630-181-1264)_ __1988 10. .354___ Sara Henrichs (419-98-906)_ _____1996

Service aces 1. 85_ ___ Jennifer Jones (144 sets)_________1993 2. 84_ ___ Angie Ramsey (120 sets)_________1988 3. 83_ ___ Michelle Thompson (107 sets)____1989 4. 78_ ___ Michelle Thompson (112 sets)____1990 5. 76_ ___ Jolene Person (140 sets)_________1993 6. 73_ ___ Jennifer Rakers (137 sets)________1994 7. 71_ ___ Mandy Rupert (121 sets)_________2005 8. 70_ ___ Monica Henderson (124 sets)_____1988 70_ ___ Beth Rusch (141 sets)_ __________1991 10. 66_ ___ Mandy Rupert (112 sets)_________2004 Service aces per Set (min. 25 aces) 1. 0.78___ Michelle Thompson (107 sets)____1989 2. 0.70___ Angie Ramsey (120 sets)_________1988 3. 0.70___ Michelle Thompson (112 sets)____1990 4. 0.59___ Jennifer Jones (144 sets)_________1993 5. 0.59___ Mandy Rupert (112 sets)_________2004 6. 0.59___ Mandy Rupert (121 sets)_________2005 7. 0.56___ Monica Henderson (124 sets)_____1988 8. 0.55___ Adanais Marcote (118 sets)_______1986 9. 0.54___ Jolene Person (140 sets)_________1993 10. 0.54___ Angie Gambrell (118 sets)_ ______1989 44

Spartan Record Book

Individual Single-Season Records

Maggie Smith 145 Solo Blocks (1st) 179 Block Assists (1st) 324 Total Blocks (1st) 3.09 Blocks per Game (1st) 3.82 Kills per Game (10th)

Brittany Harry 5.38 Digs per Game (1st) 4.51 Digs per Game (4th)

DIGS Digs 1. 585_ __ 2. 577_ __ 3. 551_ __ 4. 528_ __ 5. 492_ __ 6. 455_ __ 455_ __ 8. 450_ __ 9. 446_ __ 10. 445_ __

BLOCKS Erin Hagemann (126 sets)________2005 Angie Gambrell (118 sets)_ ______1989 Tonya Wright (125 sets)_________1988 Brittany Harry (117 sets)_________2003 Michelle Thompson (112 sets)____1990 Kristin Korte (130 sets)_ _________2000 Beth Rusch (101 sets)_ __________1990 Stephanie Coff (107 sets)_ _______2004 Chris Fall (116 sets)_____________1989 Monica Henderson (124 sets)_____1988

Blocks solo 1. 145_ __ Maggie Smith (105 sets)_________1986 2. 134_ __ Angie Gambrell (121 sets)_ ______1988 3. 128_ __ Adanais Marcote (115 sets)_______1985 4. 121_ __ Carla Gambrell (124 sets)_ _______1988 5. 108_ __ Trina Beaty (141 sets)_ __________1991 6. 99_ ___ Heidi Ryan (134 sets)____________1994 7. 85_ ___ Micah Richardson (103 sets)______1985 8. 80_ ___ Angie Gambrell (93 sets)________1986 9. 76_ ___ Sara Henrichs (120 sets)_________1998 10. 75_ ___ Heidi Ryan (134 sets)____________1993

Digs per Set (min. 150 digs) 1. 5.38___ Brittany Harry (64 sets)__________2004 2. 4.89___ Angie Gambrell (118 sets)_ ______1989 3. 4.64___ Erin Hagemann (126 sets)________2005 4. 4.51___ Brittany Harry (117 sets)_________2003 5. 4.50___ Beth Rusch (101 sets)_ __________1990 6. 4.41___ Tonya Wright (125 sets)_________1988 7. 4.39___ Michelle Thompson (112 sets)____1990 8. 4.35___ Rachel Olds (89 sets)____________2006 9. 4.26___ Christina McLean (94 sets)_ ______2006 10. 4.21___ Stephanie Coff (107 sets)_ _______2004

Block assists 1. 179_ __ Maggie Smith (105 sets)_________1986 2. 138_ __ Angie Gambrell (93 sets)________1986 3. 115_ __ Adanais Marcote (115 sets)_______1985 4. 114_ __ Trina Beaty (141 sets)_ __________1991 5. 112_ __ Sara Henrichs (112 sets)_________1997 6. 105_ __ Joanne Rice (117 sets)___________1986 7. 104_ __ Tonya Wright (115 sets)_________1986 8. 93_ ___ Becky Greiling (122 sets)_________1999 9. 87_ ___ Telly Schenck (125 sets)_ ________1996 10. 86_ ___ Adanais Marcote (118 sets)_______1986

POINTS (Stat kept since 2001)

Total blocks 1. 324_ __ Maggie Smith (105 sets)_________1986 2. 243_ __ Adanais Marcote (115 sets)_______1985 3. 222_ __ Trina Beaty (141 sets)_ __________1991 4. 218_ __ Angie Gambrell (93 sets)________1986 5. 193_ __ Carla Gambrell (124 sets)_ _______1988 6. 183_ __ Angie Gambrell (121 sets)_ ______1988 7. 174_ __ Sara Henrichs (112 sets)_________1997 8. 158_ __ Micah Richardson (103 sets)______1985 9. 147_ __ Kim Pitman (115 sets)___________2001 10. 143_ __ Michelle Graham (122 sets)_ _____1995

Points 1. 679.0__ 2. 617.5__ 3. 558.0__ 4. 521.0__ 5. 507.0__ 6. 481.5__ 7. 450.5__ 8. 429.0__ 9. 415.0__ 10. 413.5__

Kim Pitman (535k 36a 69-78b)____2001 Mandy Rupert (528k 71a 13-11b)__ 2005 Mandy Rupert (488k 43a 9-36b)___2006 Mandy Rupert (429k 66a 12-28b)__ 2004 Amber Glass (382k 21a 72-64b)___2003 Amber Glass (358k 41a 58-49b)___2002 Kristin Korte (371k 56a 8-31b)_ ___2001 Stephanie Coff (390k 17a 13-18b) 2004 Lindsey Graue (336k 27a 36-32b)__ 2005 Amber Glass (326k 6a 59-45b)____2004

Points per Set (min. 50 sets) 1. 5.90___ Kim Pitman (115 sets)___________2001 2. 5.10___ Mandy Rupert (121 sets)_________2005 3. 4.98___ Mandy Rupert (112 sets)_________2006 4. 4.65___ Mandy Rupert (112 sets)_________2004 5. 4.59___ Amber Glass (90 sets)___________2004 6. 4.37___ Amber Glass (116 sets)__________2003 7. 4.34___ Amber Glass (111 sets)__________2002 8. 4.01___ Stephanie Coff (107 sets)_ _______2004 9. 3.99___ Lindsey Graue (104 sets)_________2005 10. 3.95___ Kristin Korte (114 sets)_ _________2001 45

Blocks per Set (min. 75 blocks) 1. 3.09___ Maggie Smith (105 sets)_________1986 2. 2.34___ Angie Gambrell (93 sets)________1986 3. 2.11___ Adanais Marcote (115 sets)_______1985 4. 1.75___ Carla Gambrell (61 sets)_ ________1986 5. 1.57___ Trina Beaty (141 sets)_ __________1991 6. 1.56___ Carla Gambrell (124 sets)_ _______1988 7. 1.55___ Sara Henrichs (112 sets)_________1997 8. 1.53___ Micah Richardson (103 sets)______1985 9. 1.51___ Angie Gambrell (121 sets)_ ______1988 10. 1.28___ Kim Pitman (115 sets)___________2001

Erin Hagemann set the school-record for digs in a season in 2005, scooping up 585 opponent attacks.

Angie Gambrell finds her name on single season lists for kills, attempts, service aces per game, digs and blocks.

Spartan Record Book

Individual Single-Match Records

Angie Gambrell 31 kills, 9/16/1989

Katie Hirst .733 Attack Pct., 10/31/2003

ATTACK

Kills 1. 31_ ___ 2. 29_ ___ 29_ ___ 4. 28_ ___ 28_ ___ 6. 27_ ___ 27_ ___ 8. 25_ ___ 25_ ___

Angie Gambrell_____________________ High Point, 9/16/1989 Kim Pitman_ __________________________ Eckard, 8/24/2001 Mandy Rupert______________ vs. Florida Southern, 9/10/2005 Mandy Rupert_________________at Francis Marion, 9/30/2005 Sara Henrichs_ __________________ Augusta State, 11/3/1998 Mandy Rupert___________________ Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/24/2006 Carla Gambrell_ __________________at Newberry, 10/16/1989 Mandy Rupert___________________ vs. Florida Tech, 9/8/2006 Sara Henrichs_ ____________________ vs. Hillsdale, 8/28/1998

Attack attempts 1. 71_ ___ Stephanie Coff_________________ vs. Florida Tech, 10/15/2004 2. 70_ ___ Mandy Rupert_______________ vs. Francis Marion, 11/11/2005 70_ ___ Mandy Rupert___________________ Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/19/2005 4. 67_ ___ Carla Gambrell_ __________________at Newberry, 10/16/1989 5. 65_ ___ Mandy Rupert_________________at Francis Marion, 9/30/2005 65_ ___ Jovana Lubura___________________ vs. North Florida, 9/19/08 Attack pct. (min. 15 attacks) 1. .733___ Katie Hirst (11-0-15)_ ____________ Augusta State, 10/31/2003 .733___ Heather Abrams (11-0-15)_ ___________ at Wingate, 9/10/1997 3. .722___ Jan Chapman (14-1-18)___________vs. St. Andrews, 9/10/1994 4. .706___ Sara Henrichs (13-1-17)________________ Wingate, 10/18/1997 .706___ Lindsay Richardson (12-0-17)________Gardner-Webb, 9/7/1995

ASSISTS

Assists 1. 69_ ___ 2. 68_ ___ 68_ ___ 68_ ___ 5. 67_ ___ 6. 65_ ___ 65_ ___

SERVES

Dawn Troutman_ ______________ at Presbyterian, 10/11/1993 Shannon Pallardy_ _______________ Presbyterian, 10/05/2004 Erin Kopec____________________________ Eckard, 8/24/2001 Lisa Wilson___________ vs. Armstrong Atlantic State, 10/4/1991 Jill Bornkessel_ _________________ at Presbyterian, 9/18/1995 Shannon Pallardy_ ___________ at UNC Pembroke, 10/30/2004 Nicolee Swaback_________________Gardner-Webb, 9/11/1996

Service aces 1. 9_ ____ Ashley Pilkington_ _______________ vs. The Citadel, 9/12/1998 9_ ____ Rupert, Mandy_ ______________ at UNC Pembroke, 10/1/2005 3. 8_ ____ Rupert, Mandy_ _____________ at UNC Pembroke, 10/30/2004 8_ ____ Kristin Korte__________________________vs. Drury, 8/29/1998 8_ ____ Michelle Thompson_ ___________ vs. Augusta State, 9/22/1990 8_ ____ Angie Ramsey_________________at Columbia (S.C), 10/3/1988

Dawn Troutman 69 assists, 10/11/1993

Ashley Pilkington 9 Aces, 9/12/1998

DIGS

Digs 1. 37_ ___ 37_ ___ 3. 35_ ___ 4. 34_ ___ 5. 33_ ___

Erin Hagemann_______________________ vs. Eckerd, 9/9/2005 Brittany Harry_ ______________ vs. Francis Marion, 11/11/2005 Brittany Harry_ ______________________ vs. Rollins, 9/10/2004 Erin Hagemann____________ vs. Puerto Rico-Piedras, 9/9/2005 Brittany Hagemann__________ vs. Florida Southern, 9/11/2004

BLOCKS

Blocks solo 1. 12_ ___ Trina Beaty______________________ Francis Marion, 9/16/1991 2. 10_ ___ Sara Henrichs_ _____________ vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 8/28/1998 3. 9_ ____ Sara Henrichs_ __________________ Augusta State, 11/3/1998 9_ ____ Heather Graham____________________ vs. Wingate, 9/1/1995 5. 8_ ____ Lauren Mrowczynski__________________Newberry, 9/12/2006 8_ ____ Sara Henrichs_ ____________Armstrong Atlantic St., 9/13/1997 Block assists 1. 10_ ___ Sandra Campbell_____________________ Mercer, 11/2/2007 10_ ___ Anne Poindexter___________________at Newberry, 9/25/1991 3. 9_ ____ Sara Henrichs_ _______________ at UNC Pembroke, 10/4/1997 4. 8_ ____ Kristin Korte__________________________vs. Drury, 8/29/1998 8_ ____ Amber Glass_ _______________ at UNC Pembroke, 11/07/2003 8_ ____ Katie Rodgers_ ___________________ vs. Columbia, 8/26/2006 8_ ____ Sara Henrichs_ ____________________ vs. Wingate, 9/20/1997 8_ ____ Telly Schenck______________________ at Anderson, 11/6/1996 8_ ____ Diana Mullins_ ________________ at UNC Asheville, 9/10/1991 8_ ____ Angie Gambrell______________at Central Wesleyan, 9/18/1989 Total blocks 1. 19_ ___ Trina Beaty______________________ Francis Marion, 9/16/1991 2. 17_ ___ Michelle Graham_____________________ vs. Rollins, 11/5/1995 3. 15_ ___ Sara Henrichs_ _____________ vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 8/28/1998 4. 13_ ___ Sara Henrichs_ _______________ at UNC Pembroke, 10/4/1997 5. 12_ ___ Sara Henrichs_ ____________________ vs. Hillsdale, 8/28/1998 12_ ___ Sara Henrichs_ __________________ Augusta State, 11/3/1998 12_ ___ Sara Henrichs_ ____________Armstrong Atlantic St., 9/13/1997

POINTS

(Since rally scoring implemented in 2001) POINTS 1. 34.0___ Kim Pitman_ __________________________ Eckard, 8/24/2001 2. 33.5___ Mandy Rupert_______________ at UNC Pembroke, 10/30/2004 3. 31.0___ Mandy Rupert_________________at Francis Marion, 9/30/2005 4. 30.5___ Mandy Rupert______________ vs. Florida Southern, 9/10/2005 30.5___ Kim Pitman_ ________________________ Tusculum, 8/25/2001 46

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All-Time Match Records Individual Match Records Three-Game Match

Team Match Records Three-Game Match

Kills_ _______ 23, Angie Gambrell, College of Charleston, 10/21/1989

Kills_ ___________________________ 67, Augusta State, 10/31/2003

Attacks_ ____ 57, Angie Gambrell, College of Charleston, 10/21/1989

Attacks ____________________________159, Newberry, 10/26/2004

Assists________________ 54, Erin Kopec, Gardner-Webb, 10/30/2001

Attack Pct. _ _______________ .480, at Erskine, 11/2/1994 (47-10-77)

Service Aces_ ______ 9, Mandy Rupert, at UNC Pembroke, 10/1/2005

Assists__________________________ 61, Augusta State, 10/31/2003

Digs______________31, Erin Hagemann, vs. New York Tech, 9/3/2005

Service Aces_ _________________________ 21, Voorhees, 9/15/1989

Total Blocks____________ 17, Michelle Graham, vs. Rollins, 11/5/1995

Digs___________________________ 94, vs. New York Tech, 9/3/2005 Total Blocks_________________________ 25.0, vs. Rollins, 11/5/1995

Erin Hagemann 37 digs, 9/9/2005

Four-Game Match Kills_ ________________ 28, Sara Henrichs, Augusta State, 11/3/1998

Four-Game Match

Attacks _____________ 67, Carla Gambrell, at Newberry, 10/16/1989

Kills_ ___________________________ 80, UNC Pembroke, 10/8/1995

Assists______ 68, Lisa Wilson, vs. Armstrong Atlantic State, 10/4/1991

Attacks ________________________ 223, UNC Pembroke, 10/8/1995

Service Aces_ _____________ 7, Jill Bornkessel, vs. Wingate, 9/1/1995

Attack Pct. _ ____________ .437, at Newberry, 8/28/2001 (69-14-126)

Digs____________________ 37, Erin Hagemann, vs Eckerd, 9/9/2005

Assists__________________________ 71, at Presbyterian, 9/18/1995

Total Blocks______15, Sara Henrichs, vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 8/28/1998

Service Aces_ _______________________ 19, St. Andrews, 8/30/2003 Digs_________________________________122, vs. Eckerd, 9/9/2005

Five-Game Match

Total Blocks_________________________ 29.0, vs. Wingate, 9/1/1995

Kills_ _________________ 31, Angie Gambrell, High Point, 9/16/1989 Attacks_ __________ 71, Stephanie Coff, vs. Florida Tech, 10/15/2004

Five-Game Match

Assists___________ 69, Dawn Troutman, at Presbyterian, 10/11/1993

Kills_ _____________________________88, vs. Saint Leo, 10/14/2000

Service Aces_ _____ 8, Mandy Rupert, at UNC Pembroke, 10/30/2004

Attacks __________________________245, vs. USC Aiken, 11/4/2000

Digs_____________ 37, Brittany Harry, vs. Francis Marion, 11/11/2005

Attack Pct. _ ________________ . 343, Mercer, 11/2/2007 (79-20-172)

Total Blocks_____________19, Trina Beaty, Francis Marion, 9/16/1991

Trina Beaty 19 blocks, 9/16/1991

Assists____________________________78, vs. Saint Leo, 10/14/2000 Service Aces_ ___________________ 16, vs. Florida Tech, 10/15/2004

Triple-Doubles Sara Henrichs, vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 8/28/1998 10 kills, 14 digs, 15 blocks

Digs____________________________132, Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/24/2006 Total Blocks________________ 31.0, vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 8/28/1998

Division I Single-Match Records Individual Game Records Three-Game Match Kills_ _____ 22, Jesicah Ambrisco, at Winston-Salem State, 10/2/2007 Attacks_ ______________43, Jovana Lubura, at Lipscomb, 9/13/2008 Assists__________________ 41, Holly Mauldin, at Stetson, 9/27/2008 Service Aces_ _______ 6, Karla Andree, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/2007 Digs_______________ 25, Megan Healey, vs. Presbyterian, 11/6/2007 Total Blocks_________________________________________6, twice

Four-Game Match Kills_ _____________ 24, Jesicah Ambrisco, at The Citadel, 9/25/2007 Attacks ___________ 57, Jesicah Ambrisco, at The Citadel, 9/25/2007 Assists____________43, Holly Mauldin, vs. North Florida, 11/22/2008 Service Aces_ ____________ 5, Megan Healey, vs. Wofford, 9/14/2007 Digs_________________ 20, Megan Healey, at The Citadel, 9/25/2007 Total Blocks______________ 9, Katie Downey, vs. Wofford, 9/14/2007

Five-Game Match Kills_ ________________________________________22, three times Attacks ___________ 65, Jovana Lubura, vs. North Florida, 9/19/2008 Assists___________________42, Holly Mauldin, vs. ETSU, 11/11/2008 Service Aces_ ___________ 5, Megan Healey, vs. Stetson, 10/24/2008 Digs___________________ 26, Megan Healey, vs. Wofford, 8/25/2007 Total Blocks___________ 10, Sandra Campbell, vs. Mercer, 11/2/2007

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Team Match Records Three-Game Match

Lauren Mrowczynski 8 solo blocks, 9/12/2006

Kills_ _______________________________ 52, at Stetson, 9/27/2009 Attacks ________________________ 150, vs. Presbyterian, 11/6/2007 Attack Pct. _ _________ .462, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/2007 (37-7-65) Assists______________________________ 51, at Stetson, 9/27/2009 Service Aces_ _________________ 17, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/2007 Digs___________________________ 64, vs. Presbyterian, 11/6/2007 Total Blocks______________________ 10, vs. Presbyterian, 11/6/2007

Four-Game Match Kills_ _____________________________________________67, twice Attacks _________________________ 202, at The Citadel, 9/25/2007 Attack Pct. _ ___________________ .299, vs. The Citadel, 10/21/2008 Assists_____________________________ 64, vs. Campbell, 11/15/08 Service Aces_ ______________________________________15, twice Digs______________________________________________87, twice Total Blocks________________________ 11.5, vs. Wofford, 9/14/2007

Megan Healey 26 digs, 8/25/2007

Five-Game Match Kills_ __________________________________ 79, Mercer, 11/2/2007 Attacks _____________________ 203, vs. Gardner-Webb, 10/20/2007 Attack Pct. _ ________________ . 343, Mercer, 11/2/2007 (79-20-172) Assists_________________________________ 74, Mercer, 11/2/2007 Service Aces_ __________________________ 11, Wofford, 8/25/2007 Digs_________________________________ 108, Wofford, 8/25/2007 Total Blocks____________________________15.0, Mercer, 11/2/2007

Jovana Lubura 22 kills, twice

Spartan Record Book The 2007 Spartans Upstate’s First NCAA Division I Volleyball Team

Di v i s i o n I Fi r s t s The NCAA Division I era at USC Upstate was ushered in on Aug. 24, 2007 by the volleyball team as it hosted Savannah State as part of its season-opening tournament. The volleyball team became the first Spartan team to earn a Division I win in that match and went on to score several more team and individual firsts. This is a partial list of Spartan D-I firsts with still more to come.

Team

First Win_ _______________________________vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First Back-to-Back Wins_ _ at Stetson, vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/12-18/07 First Three-Game Match_____________ vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 (W, 3-0) First Four-Game Match_______________________ vs. Navy, 8/24/07 (L, 3-1) First Five-Game Match_____________________ vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 (L, 3-2) First Three-Game Match Win________________vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First Four-Game Match Win_____________________ vs. Hampton, 9/14/07 First Five-Game Match Win_ _____________________ vs. Stetson, 10/12/07 First First Game Win_______________________vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First Second Game Win_ ___________________vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First Third Game Win_ _____________________vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First Fourth Game Win___________________________ vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 First Fifth Game Win____________________________ vs. Stetson, 10/12/07 First Match Hitting Over .300________________vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First 50-kill match_______________________________ vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 First 50-assist match_____________________________ vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 First 10-ace match_ _______________________vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First 100-dig match_ ____________________________ vs. Wofford, 8/25/07 First 20-block match___________________________________________ ---

Jenna Leslie scored the first kill in the Division I era, coming on an assist by Morgan Bucciferro in the match with Savannah State on Aug. 24, 2007. The kill tied the first game at one as Upstate went on to a 3-0 win.

Individual

First point___ Jenna Leslie (kill from Morgan Bucciferro), vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First kill_ ____ Jenna Leslie (kill from Morgan Bucciferro), vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First assist______________________ Morgan Bucciferro, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First dig____________________________Megan Healey, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First service ace______________________ Karla Andree, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First solo block_ __________________ Sandra Campbell, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First assisted block________________ Sandra Campbell, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07 First 10-kill match__________________________ Katie Downey, vs. Navy, 8/24/07, 13 First 20-kill match__________________ Jesicah Ambrisco, vs. The Citadel, 9/25/07, 24 First 25-kill match_____________________________________________________ --First 40-assist match___________________ Holly Mauldin, vs. Stetson, 9/27/2008, 41 First 20-dig match_ _____________________ Megan Healey, vs. Wofford, 8/25/07, 26 First 25-dig match_ _____________________ Megan Healey, vs. Wofford, 8/25/07, 26 First five-ace match_ ________________ Karla Andree, vs. Savannah State, 8/24/07, 6 First five-block match________________________ Katie Downey, vs. Navy, 8/24/07, 6 First 10-block match____________________Sandra Campbell, vs. Mercer, 11/2/07, 10 First player with 200 kills_ ______ Jesicah Ambrisco, vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/2/07 First player with 300 kills_ _________ Jesicah Ambrisco, vs. Savannah State, 10/30/07 First player with 400 kills_ _______________ Sandra Campbell, vs. Campbell, 10/9/08 First player with 500 kills_ __________________ Sandra Campbell, vs. ETSU, 11/11/08 First player with 500 assists_______________ Morgan Bucciferro, vs. Mercer, 11/2/07 First player with 750 assists___________Morgan Bucciferro, vs. Presbyterian, 9/23/08 First player with 1,000 assists_________________Holly Mauldin, vs. Belmont, 11/8/08 First player with 250 digs___________________ Megan Healey, vs. Stetson, 10/13/07 First player with 500 digs________________ Megan Healey, vs. Presbyterian, 9/23/08 First player with 600 digs___________________ Megan Healey, vs. Stetson, 10/24/08 First player with 700 digs________________ Megan Healey, vs. N.C. Central, 11/22/08 First player with 25 aces__________________Megan Healey, vs. Jacksonville, 9/22/07 First player with 50 aces________________ Megan Healey, vs. North Florida, 9/19/08 First player with 100 aces_______________________________________________ --First player with 50 blocks_______________ Katie Downey, vs. North Florida, 9/21/07 First player with 100 blocks____________ Katie Downey, vs. St. Francis (N.Y.), 8/31/08 First player with 150 blocks_____________________________________________ --First player with 200 blocks_____________________________________________ --First player with back-to-back 200-kill seasons Sandra Campbell, at Mercer, 10/18/08 First player with back-to-back 500-assist seasons_ __________________________ --First player with back-to-back 250-dig seasons Megan Healey, vs. Lipscomb, 11/7/08 First player with back-to-back 50-block seasons_ _ Sandra Campbell, at UNF, 11/1/08

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Division I Record Book - Season Records ATTACKS Kills 1. 361_ ___ 361_ ___ 3. 340_ ___ 4. 265_ ___ 5. 231_ ___

Jesicah Ambrisco (.230)_ ______________2007 Jovana Lubura (.236)_________________2008 Sandra Campbell (.264)_ ______________2008 Katie Downey (.166)_ ________________2007 Kelsie Queen (.140)__________________2008

Assists per set (minimum 50 sets) 1. 6.64____ Holly Mauldin (115 sets)_______________2008 2. 5.96____ Morgan Bucciferro (95 sets)_____________2007 3. 4.43____ Holly Mauldin (101 sets)_______________2007 4. 4.27____ Morgan Bucciferro (93 sets)_____________2008

BLOCKS Block solos 1. 16_____ 2. 14_____ 3. 12_____ 4. 9______ 5. 6______

Katie Downey (93 sets)________________2007 Morgan Thomas (124 sets)______________2008 Sandra Campbell (124 sets)_ ____________2008 Sandra Campbell (99 sets)______________2007 Jesicah Ambrisco (102 sets)_ ____________2007

Kills per set (minimum 50 sets) 1. 3.54____ Jesicah Ambrisco (102 sets)_ ____________2007 2. 2.93____ Jovana Lubura (123 sets)_______________2008 3. 2.85____ Katie Downey (93 sets)________________2007 4. 2.74____ Sandra Campbell (124 sets)_ ____________2008 5. 2.25____ Jovana Lubura (89 sets)_ ______________2007

SERVES Service aces 1. 41_____ 41_____ 3. 34_____ 4. 29_____ 5. 27_____ 27_____

Megan Healey (101 sets)_______________2007 Megan Healey (125 sets)_______________2008 Jane Hawryliw (105 sets)_ _____________2008 Holly Mauldin (101 sets)_______________2007 Jovana Lubura (123 sets)_______________2008 Katie Downey (93 sets)________________2007

Block assists 1. 80_____ 2. 75_____ 3. 59_____ 4. 58_____ 5. 43_____

Katie Downey (93 sets)________________2007 Morgan Thomas (124 sets)______________2008 Sandra Campbell (99 sets)______________2007 Sandra Campbell (124 sets)_ ____________2008 Jovana Lubura (123 sets)_______________2008

Attack attempts 1. 1109_ __ Jovana Lubura (361-99-1109)____________2008 2. 971_ ___ Jesicah Ambrisco (361-138-971)__________2007 3. 788_ ___ Sandra Campbell (340-132-788)__________2008 4. 716_ ___ Kelsie Queen (231-131-716)_____________2008 5. 700_ ___ Katie Downey (265-149-700)____________2007

Service aces per set (minimum 50 sets) 1. 0.41____ Megan Healey (101 sets)_______________2007 2. 0.33____ Megan Healey (125 sets)_______________2008 3. 0.32____ Jane Hawryliw (105 sets)_ _____________2008 4. 0.29____ Katie Downey (93 sets)________________2007 5. 0.29____ Holly Mauldin (101 sets)_______________2007

Total blocks 1. 96_____ 2. 89_____ 3. 70_____ 4. 68_____ 5. 45_____

Katie Downey (93 sets)________________2007 Morgan Thomas (124 sets)______________2008 Sandra Campbell (124 sets)_ ____________2008 Sandra Campbell (99 sets)______________2007 Tijana Knezevic (92 sets)_______________2007

Attack pct. (minimum 200 attempts) 1. .264____ Sandra Campbell (340-132-788)__________2008 2. .236____ Jovana Lubura (361-99-1109)____________2008 3. .230____ Jesicah Ambrisco (361-138-971)__________2007 4. .205____ Sandra Campbell (214-106-526)__________2007 5. .198____ Jovana Lubura (200-75-630)_ ___________2007

DIGS Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Blocks per set (minimum 50 sets) 1. 1.03____ Katie Downey (93 sets)________________2007 2. 0.72____ Morgan Thomas (124 sets)______________2008 3. 0.69____ Sandra Campbell (99 sets)______________2007 4. 0.65____ Angie Varnum (62 sets)________________2007 5. 0.56____ Sandra Campbell (124 sets)_ ____________2008

ASSISTS Assists 1. 764_ ___ 2. 566_ ___ 3. 447_ ___ 4. 397_ ___

Holly Mauldin (115 sets)_______________2008 Morgan Bucciferro (95 sets)_____________2007 Holly Mauldin (101 sets)_______________2007 Morgan Bucciferro (93 sets)_____________2008

380_ ___ 357_ ___ 272_ ___ 266_ ___ 182_ ___

Megan Healey (101 sets)_______________2007 Megan Healey (125 sets)_______________2008 Jovana Lubura (123 sets)_______________2008 Holly Mauldin (115 sets)_______________2008 Holly Mauldin (101 sets)_______________2007

Digs per set (minimum 50 sets) 1. 3.76____ Megan Healey (101 sets)_______________2007 2. 2.86____ Megan Healey (125 sets)_______________2008 3. 2.31____ Holly Mauldin (115 sets)_______________2008 4. 2.21____ Jovana Lubura (123 sets)_______________2008 5. 1.80____ Holly Mauldin (101 sets)_______________2007

POINTS Points 1. 410.5_ __ 2. 387.0_ __ 3. 383.0_ __ 4. 348.0_ __ 5. 294.5_ __

Jovana Lubura_____________________2008 Jesicah Ambrisco_ __________________2007 Sandra Campbell_ __________________2008 Katie Downey_ ____________________2007 Morgan Thomas____________________2008

Division I Record Book - Career Records ATTACKS Kills 1. 561_ ___ Jovana Lubura (.223)_______________2007-08 2. 554_ ___ Sandra Campbell (.240)_ ____________2007-08 3. 361_ ___ Jesicah Ambrisco (.230)_ ______________2007

Service aces per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 0.36____ Megan Healey (226 sets)______________ 20072. 0.24____ Holly Mauldin (216 sets)_____________2007-08 3. 0.24____ Jovana Lubura (212 sets)_____________2007-08

Kills per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 2.65____ Jovana Lubura (212 sets)_____________2007-08 2. 2.48____ Sandra Campbell (223 sets)_ __________2007-08

DIGS Digs 1. 737_ ___ Megan Healey (226 sets)______________ 20072. 448_ ___ Holly Mauldin (216 sets)_____________2007-08 3. 413_ ___ Jovana Lubura (212 sets)_____________2007-08

Attack attempts 1. 1739_ __ Jovana Lubura___________________2007-08 2. 1314_ __ Sandra Campbell_ ________________2007-08 Attack pct. (minimum 1200 attempts) 1. .240____ Sandra Campbell_ ________________2007-08 2. .223____ Jovana Lubura___________________2007-08 ASSISTS Assists 1. 1211_ __ Holly Mauldin (216 sets)_____________2007-08 2. 963_ ___ Morgan Bucciferro (188 sets)_ __________ 2007-

Digs per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 3.26____ Megan Healey (226 sets)______________ 20072. 2.07____ Holly Mauldin (216 sets)_____________2007-08 3. 1.95____ Jovana Lubura (212 sets)_____________2007-08 BLOCKS Block solos 1. 21_____ Sandra Campbell (223 sets)_ __________2007-08 2. 17_____ Katie Downey (102 sets)______________ 20073. 14_____ Morgan Thomas (124 sets)_____________ 2008-

Assists per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 5.61____ Holly Mauldin (216 sets)_____________2007-08 2. 5.12____ Morgan Bucciferro (188 sets)_ __________ 2007-

Block assists 1. 117_ ___ Sandra Campbell (223 sets)_ __________2007-08 2. 86_____ Katie Downey (102 sets)______________ 20073. 75_____ Morgan Thomas (124 sets)_____________ 2008-

SERVEs Service aces 1. 82_____ Megan Healey (226 sets)______________ 20072. 52_____ Holly Mauldin (216 sets)_____________2007-08 3. 50_____ Jovana Lubura (212 sets)_____________2007-08

Total blocks 1. 138_ ___ Sandra Campbell (223 sets)_ __________2007-08 2. 103_ ___ Katie Downey (102 sets)______________ 20073. 89_____ Morgan Thomas (124 sets)_____________ 2008-

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Jovana Lubura was the first Spartan in the D-I era to reach 500 kills. Blocks per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 0.62____ Sandra Campbell (223 sets)_ __________2007-08 2. 0.42____ Tijana Knezevic (154 sets)_ ___________2007-08 3. 0.36____ Jovana Lubura (212 sets)_____________2007-08 POINTS Points 1. 651.0_ __ Jovana Lubura___________________2007-08 2. 635.5_ __ Sandra Campbell_ ________________2007-08 3. 387.0_ __ Jesicah Ambrisco_ __________________2007

Spartan Record Book

Record Book By Era

Monica Henderson

Mandy Rupert

Megan Healey

The AIAW/NAIA Era

The NCAA Division II Era

The NCAA Division I Era

Team Season Records*

Team Season Records

Team Season Records

Wins_ _______________________________ 45, 1984 Winning Streak__________ 13, two times, 1981, 1983 Losses_______________________________ 22, 1980 Kills_ ______________________________ 1743, 1988 Attacks_ ___________________________ 4497, 1986 Hitting Percentage___________________ .251, 1986 Assists_____________________________ 1400, 1988 Service Aces_ ________________________ 327, 1988 Digs_______________________________ 2781, 1988 Blocks_ ___________________________ 745.5, 1986

Wins_ _______________________________ 38, 1994 Winning Streak_____________________ 32, 1993-94 Losses_______________________________ 20, 1990 Kills_ ______________________________ 1857, 2003 Attacks_ ___________________________ 5143, 2005 Attack Pct.__________________________ .268, 1998 Assists_____________________________ 1655, 2003 Service Aces_ ________________________ 309, 1991 Digs_______________________________ 2381, 1998 Blocks_ ___________________________ 508.5, 1991

Wins_ ______________________________ 11, twice Winning Streak_________________________ 3, 2007 Losses_______________________________ 23, 2008 Kills_ ______________________________ 1463, 2008 Attacks_ ___________________________ 4267, 2008 Attack Pct.__________________________ .193, 2008 Assists_____________________________ 1351, 2008 Service Aces_ ________________________ 205, 2007 Digs_______________________________ 1637, 2008 Blocks_ ___________________________ 204.5, 2007

Individual Season Records*

Individual Season Records

Individual Season Records

Kills_ __________________630, Carla Gambrell, 1988 Kills/Set_______________ 5.08, Carla Gambrell, 1988 Attacks_ ______________1264, Carla Gambrell, 1988 Attack Pct.______________ .374, Maggie Smith, 1986 Assists____________ 1165, Monica Henderson, 1989 Assists/Set__________9.96, Monica Henderson, 1989 Service Aces_ ____________ 84, Angie Ramsey, 1988 Aces/Set_ _________ 0.78, Michelle Thompson, 1989 Digs__________________ 577, Angie Gambrell, 1989 Digs/Set_ _____________4.89, Angie Gambrell, 1989 Solo Blocks_ ____________ 145, Maggie Smith, 1986 Assisted Blocks__________ 179, Maggie Smith, 1986 Total Blocks_____________ 324, Maggie Smith, 1986

Kills_ ____________________ 535, Kim Pitman, 2001 Kills/Set _ ________________ 4.65, Kim Pitman, 2001 Attacks_ ______________1332, Mandy Rupert, 2005 Attack Pct. _ ____________ .438, Jan Chapman, 1993 Assists___________________ 1466, Erin Kopec, 2001 Assists/Set _ ______________12.75, Erin Kopec, 2001 Service Aces_ ____________ 85, Jennifer Jones, 1993 Aces/Set_ _________ 0.70, Michelle Thompson, 1990 Digs__________________ 585, Erin Hagemann, 2005 Digs/Set_ ______________ 5.38, Brittany Harry, 2004 Solo Blocks_ _______________ 108, Trina Beaty, 1991 Assisted Blocks_____________ 114, Trina Beaty, 1991 Total Blocks________________ 222, Trina Beaty, 1991

Kills_ ______________________________ 361, twice Kills/Set_____________ 3.54, Jesicah Ambrisco, 2007 Attack ________________ 1109, Jovana Lubura, 2008 Attack Pct. _ _________ .264, Sandra Campbell, 2008 Assists_________________ 764, Holly Mauldin, 2008 Assists/Set _ ____________ 6.64, Holly Mauldin, 2008 Service Aces______ 41, Megan Healey, 2007, 2008 Aces/Set_____________ 0.41, Megan Healey, 2007 Digs__________________380, Megan Healey, 2007 Digs/Set _____________ 3.76, Megan Healey, 2007 Solo Blocks ____________ 16, Katie Downey, 2007 Assisted Blocks ________ 80, Katie Downey, 2007 Total Blocks____________ 96, Katie Downey, 2007

Individual Career Records*

Individual Career Records

Individual Career Records

Kills_ ______________ 1216, Carla Gambrell, 1986-89 Kills per Game________4.01, Carla Gambrell, 1986-89 Attacks_ __________ 2676, Angie Gambrell, 1986-89 Attack Pct.___________.339, Carla Gambrell, 1986-89 Assists_________ 1947, Monica Henderson, 1988-89 Assists/Set_______ 8.08, Monica Henderson, 1988-89 Service Aces_ _________ 117, Tonya Wright, 1985-88 Aces/Set_ _________ 0.48, Adanais Marcote, 1985-86 Digs______________ 1095, Angie Gambrell, 1986-89 Digs/Set_ _________ 3.96, Michelle Thompson, 1989 Solo Blocks_ ________ 266, Angie Gambrell, 1986-89 Assisted Blocks______ 250, Angie Gambrell, 1986-89 Total Blocks_________ 516, Angie Gambrell, 1986-89

Kills_ ______________ 1762, Mandy Rupert, 2003-06 Kills/Set______________3.95, Sara Henrichs, 1996-98 Attack _____________ 4657, Mandy Rupert, 2003-06 Attack Pct. _ ___________ .384, Kim Pitman, 2000-01 Assists________________ 5262, Erin Kopec, 2000-03 Assists/Set _ ___________ 11.05, Erin Kopec, 2000-03 Service Aces_ ________ 224, Mandy Rupert, 2003-06 Aces/Set_ ___________ 0.50, Jennifer Jones, 1993-94 Digs_________________ 1688, Kristin Korte, 1998-01 Digs/Set __________ 4.39, Michelle Thompson, 1990 Solo Blocks ___________ 195, Jan Chapman, 1991-94 Assisted Blocks ________ 243, Sara Henrichs, 1996-98 Total Blocks___________ 402, Sara Henrichs, 1996-98

Kills_ _______________ 561, Jovana Lubura, 2007-08 Kills/Set_____________ 2.65, Jovana Lubura, 2007-08 Attack _____________ 1739, Jovana Lubura, 2007-08 Attack Pct. _ _________ .240, Jovana Lubura, 2007-08 Assists______________1211, Holly Mauldin, 2007-08 Assists/Set _ _________ 5.61, Holly Mauldin, 2007-08 Service Aces_______ 82, Megan Healey, 2007-Pres. Aces/Set________ 0.36, Megan Healey, 2007-Pres. Digs_____________737, Megan Healey, 2007-Pres. Digs/Set ________ 3.26, Megan Healey, 2007-Pres. Solo Blocks _________ 21, Sandra Campbell, 2007-08 Assisted Blocks _____ 117, Sandra Campbell, 2007-08 Total Blocks________ 138, Sandra Campbell, 2007-08

1975-89 (431-217)

1990-2006 (386-207)

2007-Pres. (22-40)

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Miscellaneous Records Longest Match Winning Streaks 1. 32_ __________________ 11/1/1993-10/21/1994 2. 24_ __________________ 9/11/1993-10/19/1993 3. 13_ __________________ 9/25/1981-10/15/1981 13_ _________________ 10/22/1983-11/14/1983 5. 12_ __________________ 9/30/1983-10/14/1983 6. 11_ __________________ 9/28/1984-10/11/1984 11_ ___________________ 9/15/1987-9/29/1987 11_ _________________ 10/24/1987-11/14/1987 11_ __________________ 10/2/1989-10/20/1989 10. 10_ __________________ 10/22/1984-11/2/1984 10_ _________________ 10/21/1989-11/11/1989 10_ ____________________ 8/25/1990-9/8/1990 10_ ____________________ 9/1/2001-9/28/2001 10_ ____________________ 8/25/2006-9/8/2006 Longest Game Winning Streaks 1. 42 (16 matches)_ ________ 9/11/1994-10/8/1994 2. 20 (11 matches)_ _______ 10/22/1984-11/2/1984 20 (8 matches)_ ________ 10/2/1989-10/16/1989 4. 19 (7 matches)_ ________ 10/6/2001-10/20/2001 5. 18 (8 matches)_ _______ 10/29/2003-11/14/2003 18 (6 matches)_ __________ 8/30/2005-9/9/2005 7. 17 (8 matches)_ ________ 10/25/1983-11/4/1983 17 (9 matches)_ _________ 9/20/1986-10/7/1986 9. 16 (9 matches)_ ________ 10/24/1987-11/6/1987 16 (6 matches)_ ________ 10/9/1996-10/19/1996 Longest Match LOSing Streaks 1. 16_ _________________________________1975 2. 7_ __________________ 10/24/2008-11/11/2008 3. 6_ ____________________ 11/15/1997-9/2/1998 4. 5_ ____________________ 10/5/1987-10/9/1987 5_ ___________________ 10/23/1991-11/1/1991 5_ ___________________ 10/2/2004-10/12/2004

USC Upstate Volleyball Coaching Records (By Victories)

Joe Bowman 1978-87, ’95

Chris Sturgill 1992-93

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Nancy Cummings 1989

Chris Hawkins 1994

Bronie Reynolds 1990-91

Jennifer Calloway 1996-Pres.

Year__________ Coach_______________________ Overall_ ___ Pct.______________ Conf._ ____ Pct. 1978-87, ‘95____ Joe Bowman_ ________________ 350-167____ .677______________114-35_____ .765 1996-Pres._ ___ Jennifer Calloway_ ___________ 257-173____.598______________ 96-79_____.549 1992-93_______ Chris Sturgill__________________ 52-24_ ____ .684_______________ 5-5_ _____ .500 1990-91_______ Bronie Reynolds________________ 44-32_ ____ .579_______________ 2-2_ _____ .500 1994_ ________ Chris Hawkins_ _________________38-4______ .905_______________10-0_____ 1.000 1989_ ________ Nancy Cummings_ ______________33-8______ .805_______________12-1______ .923 1988_ ________ Mark Cooke___________________ 32-12_ ____ .727_______________12-1______ .923 1976-77_______ Miriam Shelden________________ 23-28_ ____ .451________________ -_ _______ 1975_ ________ Linda Sloan_ ___________________0-16______ .000________________ -_ _______ 32 Yrs.________ TOTALS_ ____________________ 829-464____.641_____________ 227-107____.680

mOST pOINTS sCORED (Since rally scoring implemented in 2001) 1. 137 (30-27, 28-30, 34-32, 25-30, 20-18) W, vs. Rollins (9/10/2004) 2. 134 (39-37, 26-30, 26-30, 30-26, 13-15) L, vs. Francis Marion (10/2/2004) 3. 133 (30-18, 29-31, 29-31, 30-17, 15-13) W, at USC Aiken (10/4/2003) 133 (30-21, 30-23, 27-30, 27-30, 19-21) L, at UNC Pembroke (10/1/2005) 5. 130 (32-30, 22-30, 27-30, 30-28, 19-17) W, vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (10/19/2005) Fewest pOINTS allowed (Since rally scoring implemented in 2001) 1. 37 (30-10, 30-12, 30-15) W, vs. Savannah State (8/24/2007) 2. 38 (30-8, 30-13, 30-17) W, vs. Augusta State (11/2/2001) 38 (30-12, 30-9, 30-17) W, vs. Francis Marion (10/29/2005) 4. 39 (30-12, 30-11, 30-16) W, vs. Post (Conn.) (9/2/2005) 5. 40 (25-13, 25-13, 25-14) W, vs. Winston-Salem State (11/21/2008)

Mark Cooke 1988

The G.B. Hodge Center Year-By-Year USC Upstate’s Home Floor Since 1975

Year_____W_______ L_ ____ Pct. 1975_ ____ No record available 1976_ ____ No record available 1977_ __ 10_ _____ 1_ ____ .909 1978_ ____ No record available 1979_ __ 10_ _____ 5_ ____ .667 1980_ ____ No record available 1981_ __ 12_ _____ 6_ ____ .667 1982_ __ 10_ _____ 3_ ____ .769 1983_ __ 13_ _____ 3_ ____ .812 1984_ __ 13_ _____ 3_ ____ .814 1985_ __ 16_ _____ 3_ ____ .842

Year_____W_______ L_ ____ Pct. 1986_ __ 12_ _____ 4_ ____ .750 1987_ __ 12_ _____ 1_ ____ .923 1988_ __ 15_ _____ 3_ ____ .833 1989_ __ 11_ _____ 0_ ____ 1.000 1990_ ___ 7_______ 2_ ____ .778 1991_ ___ 7_______ 2_ ____ .778 1992_ ___ 4_______ 6_ ____ .400 1993_ __ 12_ _____ 0_ ____ 1.000 1994_ __ 16_ _____ 0_ ____ 1.000 1995_ ___ 8_______ 1_ ____ .889 1996_ ___ 6_______ 2_ ____ .750 1997_ __ 10_ _____ 4_ ____ .714

Year_____W_______ L_ ____ Pct. 1998_ ___ 8_______ 2_ ____ .800 1999_ ___ 9_______ 5_ ____ .643 2000_ __ 12_ _____ 3_ ____ .800 2001_ __ 10_ _____ 2_ ____ .833 2002_ __ 10_ _____ 4_ ____ .714 2003_ __ 13_ _____ 2_ ____ .867 2004_ ___ 6_______ 6_ ____ .500 2005_ ___ 7_______ 3_ ____ .700 2006_ ___ 8_______ 4_ ____ .667 2007_ ___ 4_______ 6_ ____ .400 2008_ ___ 8______ 13_____ .381 Total___ 301_____100____ .751

Spartan Record Book

Freshman Record Book

Jolene Person 1993

ATTACK

Benita Foster 1985

SERVES

Kills

Service aces

1.

376_ __ Jolene Person_ ________________1993

1.

76_ ___ Jolene Person_ ________________1993

2.

363_ __ Jesicah Ambrisco_ _____________2006

2.

49_ ___ Ashley Pilkington_ _____________1998

3.

341_ __ Benita Foster__________________1985

3. 48_ ___ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006

4.

317_ __ Mandy Rupert_________________2003

4.

45_ ___ Jill Bornkessel_ ________________1995

5.

312_ __ Lori Bebenek__________________1995

45_ ___ Lindsay Richardson_____________1994

45_ ___ Kristin Korte___________________1998

Kills per Set (min. 100 kills) 1.

3.52___ Jesicah Ambrisco_ _____________2006

Service aces per SET (min. 25 aces)

2.

3.04___ Benita Foster__________________1985

1.

0.54___ Jolene Person_ ________________1993

3.

2.83___ Mandy Rupert_________________2003

2.

0.45___ Ashley Pilkington_ _____________1998

4.

2.69___ Jolene Person_ ________________1993

3.

0.43___ Christie Bishop_ _______________2002

5.

2.56___ Lori Bebenek__________________1995

4. 0.42___ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006 5. 0.41___ Megan Healey_______________ 2007

Attack attempts 1.

901_ __ Lori Bebenek__________________1995

BLOCKS

2.

888_ __ Jolene Person_ ________________1993

Blocks solo

3.

881_ __ Jesicah Ambrisco_ _____________2006

1.

80_ ___ Angie Gambrell________________1986

881_ __ Jennifer Joraskie_______________2005

2.

65_ ___ Benita Foster__________________1985

5.

858_ __ Mandy Rupert_________________2003

3.

61_ ___ Jan Chapman_ ________________1991

4.

57_ ___ Heather Abrams_ ______________1995

Attack pct. (min. 100 kills)

5. 45_ ___ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006

1.

.290___ Tracy McDaniel (158-45-390)_____1990

2.

.274___ Lindsay Richardson (212-70-518)__1994

Block assists

3.

.268___ Angie Gambrell (212-58-575)_____1986

1.

138_ __ Angie Gambrell________________1986

4.

.256___ Meredith Smith (238-90-579)_____1996

2.

80_ ___ Jan Chapman_ ________________1991

5.

.252___ Jesicah Ambrisco (363-141-881)_ _2006

3. 75_ ___ Morgan Thomas_ ____________ 2008 4. 72_ ___ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006

ASSISTS

5.

69_ ___ Kristin Korte___________________1998

Assists 1.

1321_ _ Erin Kopec____________________2000

Total blocks

2.

1219_ _ Nicolee Swaback_______________1996

1.

218_ __ Angie Gambrell________________1986

3.

1136_ _ Jill Bornkessel_ ________________1995

2.

141_ __ Jan Chapman_ ________________1991

4. 812_ __ Morgan Bucciferro_ __________ 2006

3.

121_ __ Benita Foster__________________1985

5.

4. 117_ __ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006

752_ __ Angie Seay____________________1985

5.

107_ __ Kristin Korte___________________1998

Assists per SET (min. 200 assists) 1.

10.40__ Erin Kopec____________________2000

Blocks per SET (min. 75 blocks)

2.

9.67___ Nicolee Swaback_______________1996

1.

2.34___ Angie Gambrell________________1986

3.

9.31___ Jill Bornkessel_ ________________1995

2.

1.08___ Benita Foster__________________1985

4.

7.16___ Angie Seay____________________1985

5. 7.00___ Morgan Bucciferro_ __________ 2006

3. 1.02___ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006 4.

1.00___ Jan Chapman_ ________________1991

5.

0.92___ Kristin Korte___________________1998

Kristin Korte set the school’s freshman record for digs by scooping up 406 in 1998.

DIGS Digs 1.

406_ __ Kristin Korte___________________1998

2.

400_ __ Christina McLean_ _____________2006

3.

389_ __ Jill Bornkessel_ ________________1995

4.

387_ __ Rachel Olds___________________2006

5. 380_ __ Megan Healey_______________ 2007 Digs per SET (min. 150 digs) 1.

4.35___ Rachel Olds___________________2006

2.

4.26___ Christina McLean_ _____________2006

3. 3.76___ Megan Healey_______________ 2007 4.

3.50___ Kristin Korte___________________1998

5.

3.25___ Christine Zamora_ _____________1989

POINTS (Since rally scoring implemented in 2001) POINTS 1.

395.5__ Jesicah Ambrisco_ _____________2006

2.

379_ __ Mandy Rupert_________________2003

3. 369_ __ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006 4.

301.5__ Jennifer Joraskie_______________2005

5. 294.5__ Morgan Thomas_ ____________ 2008 POINTS pER SET 1.

3.83___ Jesicah Ambrisco_ _____________2006

2.

3.38___ Mandy Rupert_________________2003

3. 3.21___ Katie Downey_ ______________ 2006 4.

2.55___ Sandra Campbell_______________2007

5.

2.49___ Jennifer Joraskie_______________2005

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USC Upstate Volleyball All-Time Record vs. Opponents Team____________________ Overall_ __ Home____ Away__ Neutral_ __ First____ Last Alabama-Huntsville_ _________ 2-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-2_ ____ 1990____ 2005 Albany State________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2005____ 2005 Anderson_ _________________ 7-1_ _____ 4-1_ _____ 3-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1995____ 2006 Appalachian State_ __________ 1-5_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-4_ ____ 1982____ 1986 Armstrong Atlantic St._ ______ 20-21_ ____ 8-8_ _____ 6-9_ ____ 6-4_ ____ 1990____ 2006 Ashland____________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1996____ 1996 Auburn_ ___________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1979____ 1979 Augusta State_______________34-5______16-0______12-2_____ 6-3_ ____ 1977____ 2006 Austin Peay_________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1982____ 1982 Barry_ _____________________ 0-5_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-5_ ____ 1993____ 2004 Barton_____________________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1991____ 1993 Belmont___________________ 0-3______ 0-1______ 0-2_____ 0-0_____ 2007____ 2008 Belmont Abbey______________ 4-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1979____ 1986 Benedict___________________ 7-0_ _____ 4-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 3-0_ ____ 1977____ 2006 Brevard____________________ 1-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2006____ 2006 Brevard C.C._________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1985____ 1985 Bridgewater_ _______________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1993____ 1993 Bryant_____________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 2008____ 2008 BYU-Hawaii_________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1987____ 1987 C.W. Post___________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1996____ 1996 California (Pa.)_______________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1991____ 1991 Campbell__________________ 2-2______ 2-0______ 0-2_____ 0-0_____ 1999____ 2008 Carson Newman_____________ 3-3_ _____ 0-2_ _____ 2-1_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1983____ 2005 Catawba_ _________________ 18-10_ ____ 9-3_ _____ 2-5_ ____ 7-2_ ____ 1982____ 2006 Central Arkansas_____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2008____ 2008 Central Florida_ _____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1983____ 1983 Chaminade_________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1987____ 1987 Charleston Southern_ ________11-4______ 2-1_ _____ 1-1_ ____ 8-2_ ____ 1979____ 1993 Charlotte___________________ 2-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 1-2_ ____ 1979____ 1986 The Citadel________________ 3-0______ 2-0______ 1-0_____ 0-0_____ 1998____ 2008 Claflin_ ____________________ 5-0_ _____ 2-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1985____ 1989 Clark Atlanta________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2006____ 2006 Clemson_ __________________ 2-4_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 1-3_ ____ 1977____ 1979 Coastal Carolina_ ____________14-1______ 4-0_ _____ 2-1_ ____ 8-0_ ____ 1979____ 1990 Coker______________________11-0______ 2-0_ _____ 3-0_ ____ 6-0_ ____ 1977____ 1996 College of Charleston________ 12-16_ ____ 4-3_ _____ 3-6_ ____ 5-7_ ____ 1979____ 1989 Columbia (S.C.)______________22-1______ 7-0_ _____ 8-1_ ____ 7-0_ ____ 1977____ 2006 Concord_ __________________ 1-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-1_ ____ 1981____ 1989 Concordia (N.Y.)_ ____________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2005____ 2005 Converse___________________24-5______13-1______ 9-3_ ____ 2-1_ ____ 1977____ 2005 Davidson___________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1989____ 1989 Dowling_ __________________ 1-1_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1996____ 1997 Drury______________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1998____ 1998 Duke______________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1982____ 1982 East Carolina________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1995____ 1995 East Tennessee State_ _______ 2-6______ 0-2______ 2-3_____ 0-1_____ 1982____ 2008 Eckerd_____________________10-0______ 4-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 6-0_ ____ 1984____ 2005 Elizabeth City State___________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2006____ 2006 Elon_______________________ 5-1_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 2-1_ ____ 2-1_ ____ 1987____ 1996 Emory_____________________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1992____ 1992 Emory & Henry______________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1992____ 1992 Emporia State_______________ 0-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-2_ ____ 1988____ 2000 Erskine_____________________23-4______10-0______ 9-0_ ____ 4-4_ ____ 1977____ 1994 Fairmont State_ _____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1995____ 1995 Fayetteville State_ ___________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1998____ 2006 Florida Gulf Coast___________ 0-3______ 0-1______ 0-2_____ 0-0_____ 2007____ 2008 Florida Atlantic______________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1990____ 1990 Florida Southern_____________ 1-7_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-2_ ____ 1-5_ ____ 1994____ 2005 Florida Tech_________________ 3-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 3-1_ ____ 1997____ 2006 Fort Valley State_ ____________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2006____ 2006 Francis Marion_ ____________ 36-27_ ___ 13-10_ ____12-9_____11-8_____ 1979____ 2006 Fresno Pacific_ ______________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1989____ 1989 Furman____________________13-3______ 6-2_ _____ 3-1_ ____ 4-0_ ____ 1977____ 1986 Gardner-Webb_ ____________23-9______12-3______10-4_____ 1-2_____ 1979____ 2007 Georgetown (Ky.)_ ___________ 0-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-2_ ____ 1992____ 1992 Georgia____________________ 0-7_ _____ 0-2_ _____ 0-3_ ____ 0-2_ ____ 1977____ 2007 Georgia Southern____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1991____ 1991 Gordon_ ___________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1987____ 1987 Greensboro_________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1981____ 1981 Guilford____________________ 1-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-2_ ____ 1983____ 1987 Hampton___________________ 3-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1995____ 2008 Hastings_ __________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1989____ 1989 Hawaii Pacific_ ______________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1987____ 1987 Hawaii-Hilo_________________ 0-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-2_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1987____ 1987 High Point__________________11-2______ 6-1_ _____ 1-1_ ____ 4-0_ ____ 1982____ 1997 Hillsdale_ __________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1998____ 1998 Huntingdon_ _______________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1982____ 1987 Jacksonville________________ 0-3______ 0-2______ 0-1_____ 0-0_____ 2007____ 2008 Juniata____________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1996____ 1996 Kennesaw State_ ___________ 2-1______ 2-0______ 0-1_____ 0-0_____ 2007____ 2008 King (Tenn.)_________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1990____ 1990 Lander_____________________19-1______11-0______ 8-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1977____ 2006 Lees-McRae_________________ 2-1_ _____ 1-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1982____ 2001 Lenior-Rhyne_ ______________11-2______ 4-0_ _____ 2-1_ ____ 5-1_ ____ 1989____ 2006 Lewis______________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2001____ 2001

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Team____________________ Overall_ __ Home____ Away__ Neutral_ __ First____ Last Lewis & Clark________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1989____ 1989 Limestone__________________25-7______13-2______ 6-3_ ____ 6-2_ ____ 1977____ 2000 Lincoln Memorial____________ 9-0_ _____ 4-0_ _____ 4-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1990____ 1993 Lipscomb__________________ 0-3______ 0-1______ 0-2_____ 0-0_____ 2007____ 2008 LSU_ ______________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1982____ 1982 Lynn_ _____________________ 2-1_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-1_ ____ 2000____ 2005 Mars Hill_ __________________12-3______ 3-1_ _____ 3-1_ ____ 6-1_ ____ 1983____ 2000 Marshall_ __________________ 3-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 3-0_ ____ 1982____ 1984 Maryville___________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1993____ 1993 Mercer_ ___________________ 1-2______ 1-1______ 0-1_____ 0-0_____ 2007____ 2008 Milligan____________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1991____ 1991 Minn. St.-Moorhead__________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 2001____ 2001 Mississippi State_____________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1982____ 1982 Missouri Western_ ___________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1987____ 1987 Missouri-St. Louis____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1998____ 1998 Montavello_________________ 0-6_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-6_ ____ 1982____ 1988 Montreat___________________ 1-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2003____ 2003 Morehead State_ ____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1986____ 1986 Mt. Olive_ __________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2002____ 2002 Navy_ _____________________ 1-2_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1995____ 2008 New York Tech_______________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2005____ 2005 Newberry_ _________________26-4______14-0______ 6-1_ ____ 6-3_ ____ 1981____ 2006 Norfolk State________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1991____ 1991 North Alabama______________ 1-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1994____ 2005 North Carolina Central________ 1-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2008____ 2008 North Florida_______________3-25______2-10______1-13_____ 0-2_____ 1993____ 2008 North Greenville_____________ 6-0_ _____ 4-0_ _____ 2-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1981____ 1983 Northwood_________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1986____ 1986 Nova Southeastern___________ 5-0_ _____ 2-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1987____ 2004 Paine______________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2006____ 2006 Palm Beach Atlantic__________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1996____ 1996 Pfeiffer_____________________ 3-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 3-0_ ____ 1987____ 2004 Post (Conn.)_________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2005____ 2005 Presbyterian_ _____________ 29-21_____13-7______ 5-9_____11-5_____ 1977____ 2008 Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras_ ______ 0-3_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-2_ ____ 2004____ 2006 Queens (N.C.)_ ______________ 9-1_ _____ 4-1_ _____ 4-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1992____ 2002 Queens (NY)________________ 1-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2005____ 2005 Radford____________________ 1-2_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-1_ ____ 1985____ 2008 Randolph-Macon____________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1992____ 1992 Rockhurst_ _________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 2003____ 2003 Rollins_____________________8-10______ 0-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____7-10_____ 1983____ 2006 S.C. State___________________12-0______ 7-0_ _____ 4-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1981____ 2007 Saint Leo___________________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2000____ 2000 Savannah Art & Design_ ______ 5-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 3-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1990____ 1993 Savannah State______________ 2-0_ _____ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2007____ 2007 Shaw______________________ 2-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1991____ 1993 SIU-Edwardsville_____________ 0-2_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1997____ 1998 South Alabama______________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1982____ 1982 South Carolina_ _____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1977____ 1977 Southern Virginia____________ 1-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1999____ 1999 Southern Wesleyan___________13-1______ 7-0_ _____ 5-0_ ____ 1-1_ ____ 1977____ 2006 Southwestern _ _____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1989____ 1989 Spartanburg Methodist_______14-1______ 6-0_ _____ 5-0_ ____ 3-1_ ____ 1981____ 1987 St. Andrews_________________ 7-1_ _____ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 5-1_ ____ 1981____ 1999 St. Augustine’s_ _____________ 1-2_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-1_ ____ 1991____ 2001 St. Francis (Ill.)_______________ 0-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-2_ ____ 1988____ 1998 St. Francis (N.Y.)______________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2008____ 2008_ St. Leo_____________________ 3-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 3-2_ ____ 1994____ 1999 Stetson____________________ 2-1______ 0-1______ 2-0_____ 0-0_____ 2007____ 2008 Tampa_____________________ 0-6_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-6_ ____ 1994____ 2006 Troy State_ _________________ 2-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-1_ ____ 1979____ 1990 Tusculum_ _________________ 4-2_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 3-2_ ____ 1989____ 2002 UNC Asheville______________ 5-5______ 0-3______ 1-2_____ 4-0_____ 1982____ 2008 UNC Greensboro_____________ 1-2_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1982____ 1990 UNC Pembroke______________40-3______14-1______13-1_____13-1_____ 1992____ 2006 UNC Wilmington_____________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1984____ 1985 University of the South_ ______ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 1993____ 1993 USC Aiken_________________ 45-18_ ____21-4______16-9_____ 8-5_ ____ 1977____ 2006 UT Chattanooga_____________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1984____ 1986 UT Martin_ _________________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 1982____ 1986 Valdosta State_______________ 1-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-1_ ____ 1996____ 2005 Virginia Tech________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1983____ 1983 Voorhees___________________ 1-0_ _____ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1989____ 1989 Wake Forest_ _______________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 1983____ 1983 Wayne State_ _______________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1996____ 1996 Waynesburg________________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1988____ 1988 West Alabama_______________ 2-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 2-0_ ____ 2000____ 2000 West Georgia_ ______________10-1______ 5-0_ _____ 2-1_ ____ 3-0_ ____ 1983____ 2001 Western Carolina_ ___________ 1-7_ _____ 0-1_ _____ 0-1_ ____ 1-5_ ____ 1977____ 2007 Western Oregon_____________ 0-1_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 0-1_ ____ 1987____ 1987 Wingate____________________15-4______ 4-2_ _____ 5-1_ ____ 6-1_ ____ 1991____ 2005 Winston-Salem State_ ________ 3-0_ _____ 2-0_ _____ 1-0_ ____ 0-0_ ____ 2007____ 2008 Winthrop___________________5-19______ 0-9_ _____ 2-4_ ____ 3-6_ ____ 1977____ 1985 Wisconsin-Parkside___________ 1-0_ _____ 0-0_ _____ 0-0_ ____ 1-0_ ____ 2001____ 2001 Wofford_ __________________27-7______13-3______ 8-2_____ 6-2_____ 1981____ 2008 2009 Opponents In Bold

Adanais Marcote, Benita Foster and Joe Bowman pose before the 1985 season.

Carmen Tebbe was named the USC Spartanburg Female StudentAthlete of the Year in 2000.

Dawn Troutman accepts the 1993 Peach Belt Tournament MVP award.

Susan Jones, with Mike Massey, accepts the 1981 USCS Senior Student-Athlete of the Year award.

All-Time Results

The 1975 Lady Rifles were the first volleyball team in the history of USC Upstate. Although they went 0-16, they laid the groundwork for success in the near future. 1975 Head Coach: Linda Sloan Overall Record: 0-16 Individual Match Results Not Available

1976 Head Coach: Miriam Shelden Overall Record: 7-14 Individual Match Results Not Available

1977 Head Coach: Miriam Shelden Overall Record: 16-14 9/26 at Southern Wesleyan 9/26 vs. Western Carolina 9/28 at Winthrop 9/28 vs. Clemson 9/29 LANDER 9/29 FURMAN 10/3 LIMESTONE 10/3 CONVERSE 10/3 PRESBYTERIAN 10/12 COLUMBIA (S.C.) 10/12 FURMAN 10/14 at USC Aiken 10/14 vs. Augusta State 10/17 BENEDICT 10/17 COKER 10/19 vs. Clemson 10/19 at Georgia 10/24 USC AIKEN

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10/24 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN W 10/25 at Presbyterian L 10/25 vs. Furman W 10/25 vs. South Carolina L 10/31 at Converse W 10/31 vs. Erskine L 11/9 at Limestone L 11/9 vs. USC Aiken L ! 11/10 vs. Winthrop L 3-15, 4-15 ! 11/10 vs. Clemson W ! 11/11 vs. Erskine L ! 11/11 vs. Winthrop L ! SCAIAW Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 1978 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 20-13 Individual Match Results Not Available 1979 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 25-16 9/25 at Presbyterian W 13-15, 15-11, 17-15 9/25 vs. Erskine L 5-15, 10-15 9/26 LIMESTONE L 15-12, 4-15, 13-15 9/26 CONVERSE W 15-6, 15-9 @ 9/28 FURMAN W 15-6, 15-13 @ 9/28 FRANCIS MARION L 10-15, 2-15 @ 9/28 LANDER W 15-4, 15-2 @ 9/28 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN W 12-15, 15-10, 15-12 @ 9/28 FRANCIS MARION L 5-15, 15-9, 6-15 10/2 at Southern Wesleyan W 15-8, 5-15, 15-12 10/2 vs. Furman W 14-16, 15-10, 15-12 10/5 BENEDICT W 15-3, 15-6, 15-0 10/8 at College of Charleston L 6-15, 3-15 10/8 vs. Coastal Carolina W 15-10, 11-15, 15-10 10/10 BELMONT ABBEY W 15-0, 15-4 10/10 FURMAN W 16-14, 15-13 10/15 COKER W 15-0, 15-5 10/15 GARDNER-WEBB W 15-12, 15-12 # 10/19 vs. Charlotte L 7-15 # 10/19 vs. Clemson L 10-15 # 10/19 vs. Auburn L 5-15, 2-15 # 10/20 vs. Troy State W 16-14 # 10/20 vs. Troy State L 7-15 10/22 vs. Furman W 15-10, 15-12 10/22 at Converse W 15-4, 15-9 10/23 vs. Belmont Abbey W 15-1, 15-6 10/23 at Gardner-Webb W 15-3, 15-10 10/25 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN W 15-8, 15-13 10/25 WINTHROP L 5-15, 7-15 10/30 at Coker W 15-4, 15-3 10/30 vs. Francis Marion L 5-15, 8-15 11/1 vs. Charleston Southern W 15-5, 15-6 11/1 at Furman W 17-15, 13-15, 15-7 11/2 at Georgia L 6-15, 1-15 11/2 vs. USC Aiken L 15-10, 10-15, 7-15 11/5 PRESBYTERIAN W 15-1, 15-17, 15-4, 4-15, 14-16 11/7 at Limestone W 15-3, 15-12 11/7 vs. Gardner-Webb L 11-15, 15-10, 9-15 ! 11/9 vs. Southern Wesleyan W 15-12, 15-2 ! 11/9 vs. Coastal Carolina W 12-15, 15-11, 15-1 ! 11/9 vs. Erskine L 12-15, 5-15 @ USCS-Converse Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); # Lady Bulldog Invitational (Athens, Ga.); ! SCAIAW Tournament (Florence, S.C.) 1980 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 30-22 Individual Match Results Not Available 1981 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 35-16 9/18 vs. Francis Marion 9/18 at Charleston Southern # 9/19 vs. USC Aiken # 9/19 vs. Western Carolina # 9/19 vs. Charleston Southern # 9/19 at College of Charleston # 9/19 vs. Francis Marion @ 9/25 S.C. STATE @ 9/25 LIMESTONE @ 9/25 COLUMBIA (S.C.) @ 9/26 FURMAN @ 9/26 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 9/29 GEORGIA 9/29 WINTHROP 10/1 vs. Presbyterian 10/1 at Furman 10/6 vs. Presbyterian 10/6 at Wofford 10/8 ERSKINE 10/8 SPARTANBURG METHODIST ^ 10/9 vs. Benedict ^ 10/9 vs. Newberry

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16-14, 15-5 15-13, 15-12 15-10, 15-17, 16-14 11-15, 7-15 7-15, 15-17 13-15, 8-15 6-15, 4-15 15-2, 15-10 15-7, 15-7 15-6, 15-2 14-16, 18-16, 15-11 15-10, 6-15, 15-6 15-12, 8-15, 10-15 3-15, 4-15 15-1, 15-4 11-15, 15-7, 15-12 15-1, 15-3 15-5, 15-7 15-5, 15-2 15-9, 15-10 15-3, 15-8 15-11, 15-7

^ 10/9 at Columbia (S.C.) W 15-13, 10-15, 15-4 ^ 10/9 vs. Greensboro W 15-13, 15-8 ^ 10/9 vs. Coastal Carolina W 15-11, 15-7 ^ 10/10 at Columbia (S.C.) W 15-9, 15-3 ^ 10/10 vs. Coastal Carolina W 15-3, 15-9 10/13 NORTH GREENVILLE W 10/15 at Columbia (S.C.) W 10/15 vs. Newberry L 10/19 at Spartanburg Methodist W 10/19 vs. Belmont Abbey W 10/21 at USC Aiken W 10/21 vs. Winthrop L 10/23 vs. St. Andrews W 15-5, 15-10 10/23 at Coastal Carolina W 15-5, 15-7 10/23 vs. Concord L 13-15, 15-12, 11-15 10/23 vs. Charleston Southern W 15-13, 15-11 10/24 vs. Coker W 15-11, 15-4 10/24 vs. USC Aiken L 15-11, 7-15, 8-15 10/27 WOFFORD W 10/29 at Erskine W 11/4 USC AIKEN W 11/4 FURMAN L 11/9 at North Greenville W 11/9 vs. Spartanburg Methodist L & 11/13 S.C. STATE W 15-10, 15-5 & 11/13 WINTHROP L 5-15, 12-15 & 11/13 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON W & 11/14 FRANCIS MARION L & 11/14 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN L # College of Charleston Invitational (Charleston, S.C.); @ Chic-Fil-A Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); ^ Columbia Invitational (Columbia, S.C.); & SCAIAW Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.) 1982 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 29-18 NAIA District Six: 12-6 # 9/10 vs. Georgia L 0-15, 15-13, 6-15 # 9/10 at UNC Asheville W 17-15, 15-10 #* 9/10 vs. Western Carolina L 4-15, 10-15 * 9/16 vs. Catawba W 15-13, 15-3 * 9/16 at Gardner-Webb W 15-7, 15-8 * 9/20 at USC Aiken L 15-12, 10-15, 10-15, 11-15 ^* 9/24 WOFFORD W 15-6, 15-6 ^* 9/24 GARDNER-WEBB W 15-8, 15-12 ^ 9/24 NORTH GREENVILLE W 15-7, 15-12 ^ 9/25 S.C. STATE W 15-9, 15-6 ^ 9/25 UNC GREENSBORO L 14-16, 11-15 9/27 GEORGIA L 6-15, 9-15 * 9/27 WINTHROP L 15-8, 7-15, 2-15 $ 10/1 vs. Austin Peay W 15-13, 15-10 $ 10/1 vs. Marshall W 15-12, 15-7 $ 10/2 vs. Appalachian State L 7-15, 15-17 $ 10/2 vs. East Tennessee State L 12-15, 12-15 10/5 at Spartanburg Methodist W 15-3, 12-15, 15-7 10/5 vs. Benedict W 15-5, 15-12 %* 10/8 at Francis Marion W 15-7, 3-15, 15-10 % 10/8 vs. High Point W 14-16, 15-6, 17-15 %* 10/8 vs. College of Charleston W 17-15, 16-14 %* 10/9 vs. Francis Marion L 11-15, 15-13, 5-15 * 10/12 ERSKINE W 15-1, 15-1 10/12 NORTH GREENVILLE W 15-11, 15-9 * 10/14 vs. Western Carolina L 15-4, 13-15, 2-15 * 10/14 at Furman W 15-12, 15-5 & 10/16 vs. South Alabama L 11-15, 14-16 & 10/16 vs. Duke L 15-5, 12-15, 8-15 & 10/16 vs. LSU L 11-15, 15-11, 4-15 * 10/19 at Winthrop L 10-15, 10-15 10/19 vs. Charlotte W 15-12, 15-7 @ 10/22 vs. Montevallo L 10-15, 6-15 @ 10/22 vs. Huntington W 15-12, 15-7 @ 10/22 vs. Mississippi State W 15-9, 15-10 @ 10/23 vs. UT Martin W 15-4, 15-13 @ 10/23 vs. Georgia L 12-15, 8-15 * 10/25 at Erskine W 15-11, 16-14, 15-2 * 10/27 GARDNER-WEBB W 15-7, 15-5 10/27 SPARTANBURG METHODIST W 15-5, 15-2 * 11/3 USC AIKEN W 15-9, 15-5 * 11/3 FURMAN W 15-9, 15-4 11/8 vs. Lees-McRae W 15-3, 15-3 11/8 at North Greenville W 15-6, 15-13 ! 11/13 vs. College of Charleston L 9-15, 14-16 ! 11/13 vs. Columbia (S.C.) W 15-10, 15-8 ! 11/13 vs. Francis Marion L 5-15, 10-15 * NAIA District Six Match; ! District Six Tournament (Erskine, S.C.); # UNC Asheville Tournament (Asheville, N.C.); ^ Chic-Fil-A Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); $ ETSU Tournament (Johnson City, Tenn.); % Francis Marion Tournament (Florence, S.C.); & Georgia Tournament (Athens, Ga.); @ West Georgia Tournament (Carrollton, Ga.) 1983 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 42-11 NAIA District Six: 15-5 9/12 vs. High Point W 15-11, 15-10 9/12 at Charlotte W 15-6, 8-15, 15-1 @+ 9/16 vs. Francis Marion W 15-6, 13-15, 15-6 @+ 9/16 vs. Limestone W 5-15, 15-11, 15-2

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@+ 9/16 vs. USC Aiken W 5-15, 15-7, 15-9 @ 9/16 vs. Rollins L 15-6, 6-15, 2-15 @+ 9/17 at College of Charleston W 10-15, 16-14, 15-9 @+ 9/17 vs. Charleston Southern W 15-1, 15-3 @ 9/17 vs. Central Florida L 15-10, 9-15, 11-15 9/20 vs. Spartanburg Methodist W 15-3, 15-4 + 9/20 at Columbia (S.C.) L 13-15, 15-13, 10-15 ^ 9/23 WEST GEORGIA W 7-15, 15-2, 15-4 ^ 9/23 COASTAL CAROLINA W 15-3, 15-6 ^+ 9/24 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON L 13-15, 11-15 ^+ 9/24 WINTHROP L 2-15, 9-15 + 9/26 at Erskine W 15-3, 15-4 9/26 vs. Furman W 15-8, 15-4 + 9/27 WINTHROP L 14-16, 15-5, 5-15, 6-15 % 9/30 vs. Appalachian State W 15-13, 15-13 % 9/30 at East Tennessee State L 10-15, 15-6, 10-15 % 9/30 vs. Carson Newman W 15-7, 15-9 % 10/1 vs. Guilford W 17-15, 15-8 % 10/1 vs. UNC Asheville W 15-0, 15-11 10/3 vs. Mars Hill W 15-10, 15-4 10/3 at Gardner-Webb W 15-3, 15-4 + 10/4 USC AIKEN W 15-4, 15-9 10/4 SPARTANBURG METHODIST W 9-15, 15-7, 15-6 10/11 at S.C. State W 15-10, 15-11, 15-13 10/12 vs. Gardner-Webb W 15-2, 15-8 10/12 at Spartanburg Methodist W 15-7, 15-11 ! 10/14 at Wake Forest W 15-2, 15-7, 15-6 ! 10/14 vs. UNC Asheville W 15-7, 13-15, 9-15, 15-9, 15-2 ! 10/15 vs. Virginia Tech L 9-15, 15-9, 8-15, 12-15 + 10/18 COLUMBIA (S.C.) W 15-5, 11-15, 15-8 10/18 NORTH GREENVILLE W 15-4, 15-11 + 10/20 at Limestone L 9-15, 14-16, 14-16 + 10/22 at Winthrop W 15-11, 15-10, 15-10 + 10/25 vs. Central Wesleyan W 15-5, 4-15, 15-5 + 10/25 at USC Aiken W 13-15, 15-12, 15-6 *+ 10/28 CENTRAL WESLEYAN W 15-6, 15-5 *+ 10/28 PRESBYTERIAN W 15-6, 15-6 *+ 10/28 WOFFORD W 15-8, 15-8 * 10/29 S.C. STATE W 15-7, 15-8 * 10/29 COASTAL CAROLINA W 15-11, 15-7 + 11/1 ERSKINE W 15-11, 15-7 11/1 S.C. STATE W 15-1, 15-4 # 11/4 vs. Charleston Southern W 15-11, 10-15, 15-9 # 11/4 vs. USC Aiken W 15-2, 15-3 # 11/4 vs. Columbia (S.C.) W 15-12, 10-15, 15-3 # 11/4 vs. Winthrop L 17-15, 3-15, 7-15, 7-15 # 11/5 vs. Limestone W 15-11, 15-10 # 11/5 vs. Winthrop W 5-15, 15-8, 15-11, 7-15, 15-11 # 11/5 vs. Winthrop L + District Six Match; # District Six Tournament Match (Charleston, S.C.); @ College of Charleston Invitational (Charleston, S.C.); ^ Chick-Fil-A Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); % ETSU Invitational (Johnson City, Tenn.); ! Deacon Invitational (Greensboro, N.C.); * UMBRO Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.) 1984 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 45-12 NAIA District Six: 23-6 @+ 9/15 vs. Winthrop W 15-10, 15-10 @ 9/15 vs. Rollins W 15-12, 15-11 @+ 9/15 vs. Francis Marion L 6-15, 4-15 @ 9/15 vs. Montevallo L 12-15, 13-15 @+ 9/16 at College of Charleston L 10-15, 15-9, 11-5 @+ 9/16 vs. Limestone W 15-11, 16-14 + 9/18 at Wofford W 15-5, 15-10 + 9/18 vs. Coker W 15-13, 15-3 9/20 at Gardner-Webb W 16-14, 15-11 + 9/20 vs. Catawba W 15-6, 15-8 ^ 9/21 COASTAL CAROLINA W 15-9, 15-5 ^ 9/21 WEST GEORGIA W 15-12, 15-7 ^+ 9/21 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON L 12-15, 8-15 ^+ 9/22 LIMESTONE W 15-6, 15-9 ^+ 9/22 WINTHROP L 15-12, 11-15, 8-15 9/24 S.C. STATE W 15-4, 15-5 9/24 SPARTANBURG METHODIST W 15-3, 15-12 + 9/25 at Winthrop W 16-14, 16-14, 7-15, 15-8 % 9/28 vs. Guilford L 15-5, 5-15, 6-15 % 9/28 vs. UT Chattanooga W 15-11, 16-14 % 9/28 at East Tennessee State L 15-12, 4-15, 10-15

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% 9/28 vs. Marshall W 11-15, 15-6, 15-7 % 9/29 vs. Mars Hill W 1-15, 15-13, 15-0 % 9/29 vs. Marshall W 11-15, 15-7, 15-11 10/2 at S.C. State W 15-0, 10-15, 15-3, 15-3 ! 10/6 vs. St. Andrews W 15-4, 15-5 ! 10/6 vs. Charleston Southern W 15-4, 15-7 !+ 10/6 at Francis Marion W 15-10, 15-13, 8-15, 15-3 + 10/8 at Limestone W 15-13, 6-15, 14-16, 15-13, 15-10 + 10/10 at Erskine W 15-13, 15-6 10/10 vs. S.C. State W 15-6, 15-2 + 10/11 USC AIKEN W 15-10, 15-8 + 10/11 WINTHROP L 11-15, 7-15 10/15 at Spartanburg Methodist W 15-5, 15-7 + 10/15 vs. Newberry W 15-1, 15-2 + 10/17 ERSKINE W 15-4, 15-7 + 10/17 LIMESTONE W 15-10, 15-1 &+ 10/19 vs. Presbyterian W 15-12, 15-1 & 10/19 vs. Appalachian State L 9-15, 15-13, 9-15 & 10/19 vs. UNC Wilmington W 15-13, 15-7 & 10/20 vs. Eckerd W 15-12, 12-15, 15-2 &+ 10/20 at Winthrop L 9-15, 13-15 + 10/22 at USC Aiken W 15-0, 15-10 + 10/22 vs. Newberry W 15-2, 15-7 *+ 10/26 PRESBYTERIAN W 15-9, 15-10 *+ 10/26 WOFFORD W 15-2, 15-9 * 10/26 CENTRAL WESLEYAN W 15-2, 15-8 * 10/27 SPARTANBURG METHODIST W 15-2, 15-5 *+ 10/27 ERSKINE W 15-2, 15-10 + 10/30 at Columbia (S.C.) W 15-3, 15-7 + 10/30 vs. Newberry W 15-2, 15-2 # 11/2 vs. Erskine W 15-2, 15-2 # 11/2 vs. Winthrop L 5-15, 6-15 # 11/2 vs. Wofford W 15-5, 15-12 # 11/2 vs. Limestone W 12-15, 15-8, 15-8 # 11/3 vs. Winthrop W 15-2, 15-9 # 11/3 vs. College of Charleston L 9-15, 5-15, 6-15 + District Six Match; # District Six Tournament Match (Florence, S.C.); @ College of Charleston Invitational (Charleston, S.C.); ^ Chick-Fil-A Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); % ETSU Invitational (Johnson City, Tenn.); ! Francis Marion Tournament (Florence, S.C.); * UMBRO Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); & Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.)

1985 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 38-17 NAIA District Six: 14-8 @+ 9/13 vs. Francis Marion @+ 9/13 vs. Limestone @ 9/13 vs. Rollins @ 9/13 vs. Coastal Carolina @+ 9/14 at College of Charleston @ 9/14 vs. Montevallo + 9/17 ERSKINE + 9/17 WOFFORD 9/18 at Gardner-Webb ^ 9/20 FURMAN ^ 9/20 COASTAL CAROLINA ^ 9/20 CATAWBA ^+ 9/21 WINTHROP ^ 9/21 APPALACHIAN STATE 9/24 SPARTANBURG METHODIST + 9/24 PRESBYTERIAN 9/26 vs. Spartanburg Methodist + 9/26 at Limestone % 9/27 vs. Radford % 9/27 vs. Mars Hill % 9/28 vs. Radford % 9/28 at East Tennessee State 10/1 vs. Mars Hill + 10/1 at Wofford + 10/3 USC AIKEN 10/3 GARDNER-WEBB !+ 10/4 vs. College of Charleston ! 10/4 vs. UNC Greensboro ! 10/4 vs. Charleston Southern !+ 10/5 vs. Newberry !+ 10/5 vs. College of Charleston 10/10 vs. Coastal Carolina + 10/10 at Winthrop + 10/14 vs. Coker

W 16-14, 7-15, 15-13 L 12-15, 11-15 L 15-9, 11-5, 15-17 W 15-9, 15-11 L 16-14, 1-15, 14-16 L 6-15, 6-15 W 17-15, 15-6 W 15-6, 12-15, 15-8 W 15-10, 15-3, 15-12 W 15-8, 8-15, 15-11 W 10-15, 15-1, 15-10 W 15-10, 15-5 L 13-15, 15-11, 10-15 L 13-15, 5-15 W 15-6, 15-3 W 8-15, 15-5, 15-10 W 15-4, 15-4 L 13-15, 9-15 L 14-16, 13-15 W 15-10, 17-15 W 15-11, 13-15, 13-15, 15-2, 15-12 L 11-15, 15-9, 15-13, 13-15, 10-15 W 2-15, 15-7, 15-8 W 15-3, 15-0 W 15-5, 12-15, 15-3 W 15-2, 15-12 W 9-15, 15-8, 15-4 W 15-4, 15-12 W 15-7, 15-4 W 15-10, 12-15, 15-6 L 12-15, 15-12, 7-15 W 15-12, 15-3 L 10-15, 9-15 W 15-9, 15-12

+ 10/14 at Erskine W 15-3, 15-11 + 10/17 CLAFLIN W 15-4, 15-2 + 10/17 LIMESTONE W 15-8, 7-15, 15-12 * 10/18 vs. Charleston Southern W 15-10, 15-5 * 10/18 vs. Brevard C.C. W 3-15, 15-11, 15-6 *+ 10/18 vs. Limestone L 11-15, 9-15 * 10/18 vs. UNC Asheville W 15-11, 17-15 + 10/21 at USC Aiken W 15-10, 15-8 10/21 vs. Charleston Southern W 10-15, 15-8, 17-15 & 10/25 vs. Appalachian State L 12-15, 6-15 & 10/25 vs. UNC Wilmington W 15-9, 15-5 & 10/26 vs. Eckerd W 15-4, 15-4 &+ 10/26 vs. Winthrop L 7-15, 17-15, 14-16 + 10/30 at Columbia (S.C.) W 6-15, 15-11, 15-4 10/30 vs. Charleston Southern L 6-15, 9-15 # 11/8 COLUMBIA (S.C.) W 15-7, 15-1 # 11/8 LIMESTONE L 15-3, 6-15, 7-15 # 11/8 WOFFORD W 18-16, 12-15, 15-7 # 11/8 NEWBERRY W 5-15, 15-7, 15-9 # 11/9 LIMESTONE W 15-13, 15-12 # 11/9 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON L 8-15, 13-15 + District Six Match; # District Six Tournament Match (Spartanburg, S.C.); @ College of Charleston Invitational (Charleston, S.C.); ^ Chick-Fil-A Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); % ETSU Invitational (Johnson City, Tenn.); ! Francis Marion Tournament (Florence, S.C.); * Coastal Carolina Tournament (Conway, S.C.); & Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.)

1986 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 34-13 NAIA District Six: 23-4 9/10 at Western Carolina L 15-11, 10-15, 11-15, 13-15 ! 9/12 vs. Northwood L 14-16, 7-15 ! 9/12 vs. Rollins W 15-10, 15-12 !# 9/12 vs. Francis Marion W 15-7, 15-6 ! 9/12 vs. Coastal Carolina W 15-5, 15-9 ! 9/13 at College of Charleston L 15-9, 13-15, 8-15 ! 9/13 vs. Montevallo L 6-15, 14-16 9/16 vs. UNC Asheville W 15-7, 15-12 # 9/16 at Presbyterian W 15-7, 8-15, 15-9 ^# 9/19 LIMESTONE W 15-1, 15-5 ^# 9/19 FRANCIS MARION W 15-10, 15-10 ^ 9/19 HIGH POINT W 15-12, 15-9 ^# 9/19 NEWBERRY W 15-10, 15-5 ^# 9/20 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON L 9-15, 15-10, 7-15 ^# 9/20 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON W 15-13, 15-8, 15-17, 15-4 # 9/22 USC AIKEN W 15-9, 15-11 9/22 GARDNER-WEBB W 15-8, 15-1 # 9/25 vs. Southern Wesleyan W 15-12, 15-13 # 9/25 at Wofford W 15-7, 15-13 # 10/1 COLUMBIA (S.C.) W 15-6, 15-12 # 10/1 CONVERSE W 15-6, 15-12 # 10/7 vs. Coker W 15-2, 15-10 # 10/7 at Newberry W 15-11, 15-3 10/9 MOREHEAD STATE L 8-15, 5-15 # 10/9 WOFFORD W 15-3, 13-15, 15-10, 15-12 & 10/10 at East Tennessee State W 15-17, 15-9, 15-3 & 10/10 vs. UT Martin W 18-16, 15-10 & 10/10 vs. Appalachian State L 16-14, 3-15, 11-15 & 10/10 vs. Western Carolina L 10-15, 11-15 # 10/14 PRESBYTERIAN W 15-4, 15-7, 16-14 # 10/15 vs. Coker W 15-11, 15-10 # 10/15 at Converse W 15-5, 9-15, 15-7 * 10/17 vs. Charlotte L 7-15, 6-15, 15-11, 13-15 * 10/18 vs. UT Chattanooga W 15-5, 14-16, 15-3, 9-15, 15-6 * 10/18 at Furman W 15-9, 15-9, 16-14 # 10/21 vs. Wofford W 15-10, 14-16, 15-4 # 10/21 at Limestone W 15-6, 15-0 10/23 WESTERN CAROLINA L 7-15, 11-15, 15-7, 11-15 10/27 at Gardner-Webb W 15-2, 15-17, 15-10 10/27 at Belmont Abbey W 15-2, 15-1 10/28 MARS HILL L 13-15, 12-15 # 10/28 NEWBERRY W 16-14, 15-12 # 11/3 at Columbia (S.C.) W 6-15, 15-4, 15-6 # 11/3 vs. Francis Marion W 15-9, 16-14 % 11/7 at Wofford W 9-15, 15-3, 15-7 % 11/7 vs. College of Charleston L 14-16, 13-15 % 11/8 at Wofford L 6-15, 14-16 # District Six Match; % District Six Tournament Match (Charleston, S.C.); ! College of Charleston Invitational (Charleston, S.C.); ^ USCS Tournament; * Furman Invitational (Greenville, S.C.)

All-Time Results ? 9/23 CATAWBA L 7-15, 12-15 ? 9/24 NEWBERRY W 15-9, 15-6 ? 9/24 HIGH POINT L 9-15, 6-15 # 9/26 LIMESTONE W 6-15, 15-7, 15-12, 15-4 # 9/28 ERSKINE W 15-11, 15-3, 15-3 # 10/3 COLUMBIA (S.C.) W 17-15, 12-15, 15-7, 15-12 # 10/5 CLAFLIN W 15-4, 20-18, 15-0 @ 10/7 vs. Mars Hill W 10-15, 15-8, 15-13 @ 10/7 vs. Wofford W 12-15, 15-12, 15-10 @ 10/7 at Catawba L 8-15, 11-15 @ 10/8 vs. St. Andrews W 15-2, 13-15, 15-10 @ 10/8 vs. St. Andrews L 12-15, 15-17 # 10/12 at USC Aiken W 15-2, 16-14, 12-15, 15-8 10/15 at Coastal Carolina W 14-16, 12-15, 15-11, 15-9, 15-7 # 10/17 NEWBERRY W 15-7, 17-15, 15-8 10/19 FRANCIS MARION W 13-15, 15-10, 15-5, 15-11 10/20 at Gardner-Webb W 15-8, 13-15, 15-7, 15-10 # 10/24 CONVERSE W 15-12, 15-6, 15-11 # 10/26 at Coker W 17-15, 15-3, 15-17, 15-2 # 10/27 at College of Charleston L 11-15, 15-11, 8-15, 10-15 * 11/4 vs. Erskine W 15-7, 15-3 * 11/4 vs. USC Aiken W 15-5, 15-4 * 11/4 vs. College of Charleston W 15-12, 15-6 * 11/5 vs. College of Charleston L 10-15, 14-16 * 11/5 vs. College of Charleston W 16-14, 15-5 & 11/12 at Nova Southeastern W 15-11, 15-8, 15-2 $ 11/17 vs. Waynesburg L 16-18, 14-16 $ 11/17 vs. St. Francis (Ill.) L 10-15, 6-15 $ 11/18 vs. Montevello L 8-15, 9-15 $ 11/18 vs. Emporia State L 9-15, 16-14, 6-15 # District Six Match; * District Six Tournament Match; ! College of Charleston Tournament (Charleston, S.C.); ? USCS Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); @ Catawba Invitational (Catawba, S.C.); & Bi-District 11 Championship; $ NAIA National Tournament (Topeka, Kan.)

Cousins Angie and Carla Gambrell pose with Tonya Wright before the 1988 season. The trio helped USC Spartanburg to its second of three straight NAIA District Six and Bi-District 11 Championships.

1987 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 35-14 NAIA District Six: 19-4 NAIA District Six Champions NAIA Bi-District XI Champions NAIA National Tournament % 9/11 vs. Elon % 9/11 vs. Huntingdon % 9/11 vs. Rollins %# 9/11 at College of Charleston % 9/12 vs. Guilford # 9/15 PRESBYTERIAN # 9/15 LIMESTONE &# 9/18 NEWBERRY &# 9/18 FRANCIS MARION & 9/18 CATAWBA &# 9/19 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON & 9/19 HIGH POINT # 9/22 USC AIKEN # 9/22 WOFFORD # 9/25 ERSKINE # 9/25 MARS HILL 9/29 vs. Erskine # 9/29 at Presbyterian # 9/30 vs. Southern Wesleyan # 9/30 at Converse 10/1 vs. Pfeiffer 10/1 at Mars Hill 10/5 at Hawaii-Hilo 10/6 at Hawaii-Hilo 10/7 at BYU-Hawaii 10/8 at Chaminade 10/9 at Hawaii Pacific # 10/13 at USC Aiken # 10/17 vs. Claflin # 10/17 at Francis Marion # 10/20 NEWBERRY # 10/22 vs. Claflin # 10/22 at Wofford # 10/24 vs. College of Charleston

# 10/24 at Limestone W 15-11, 16-14 # 10/24 vs. Columbia (S.C.) W 15-4, 15-13 # 10/27 at Erskine W 15-10, 15-11 10/27 vs. Spartanburg Methodist W 15-8, 15-10 10/29 vs. Coastal Carolina W 15-12, 15-10 10/29 at Spartanburg Methodist W 15-8, 15-10 $ 11/6 vs. Columbia (S.C.) W 15-4, 15-13 $ 11/6 vs. Francis Marion W 15-12, 15-6 $ 11/7 vs. Presbyterian W 12-15, 15-12, 16-14 $ 11/7 vs. Presbyterian W 15-5, 15-1 ? 11/14 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN W 15-4, 15-11, 15-3 ! 11/19 vs. Missouri Western L 15-10, 7-15, 4-15 ! 11/19 vs. Western Oregon L 2-15, 13-15 ! 11/20 vs. Montevallo L 4-15, 7-15 ! 11/20 vs. Gordon W 14-16, 15-7, 15-12 # District Six Match; $ District Six Tournament Match (Charleston, S.C.); % College of Charleston Invitational (Charleston, S.C.); & USCS/Chic-Fil-A Tournament; ? Bi-District 11 Championship; ! NAIA National Tournament (Milwaukee, Wis.) 1988

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15-5, 15-5 13-5, 15-4, 15-9 3-15, 14-16 11-15, 15-3, 15-9 6-15, 13-15 10-15, 15-2, 14-16 13-15, 15-6, 15-4 16-14, 15-6 11-15, 15-6, 15-11 15-6, 6-15, 17-15 13-15, 15-6, 15-7 15-9, 13-15, 15-12, 2-15, 15-9 15-6, 15-3 15-12, 12-15, 15-10 15-10, 15-7 15-9, 15-12 15-8, 15-7 5-15, 4-15 10-15, 11-15 15-6, 15-7 15-5, 15-7 15-7, 15-1 2-15, 9-15, 15-12, 3-15 7-15, 3-15, 4-15 5-15, 6-15, 4-15 5-15, 7-15, 2-15 6-15, 0-15, 6-15 15-8, 8-15, 15-4, 12-15, 15-8 15-4, 9-15, 15-8 15-7, 15-6 15-6, 15-10, 15-10 15-7, 15-8 15-8, 11-15, 15-5 11-15, 15-8, 13-15

Head Coach: Mark Cooke Overall Record: 32-12 NAIA District Six: 11-1 NAIA District Six Champions NAIA Bi-District XI Champions NAIA National Tournament # 9/7 BENEDICT ! 9/9 vs. Francis Marion ! 9/9 vs. Limestone ! 9/9 vs. Rollins ! 9/9 at College of Charleston ! 9/10 vs. Mars Hill ! 9/10 vs. Rollins 9/13 at Erskine # 9/15 at Francis Marion 9/16 GARDNER-WEBB # 9/20 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN # 9/21 PRESBYTERIAN ? 9/23 USC AIKEN ? 9/23 HIGH POINT

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15-4, 15-10, 15-6 15-8, 6-15, 15-2 15-8, 15-6 15-13, 14-16, 3-15 15-6, 6-15, 15-13 15-13, 15-5 7-15, 14-16, 15-10, 11-15 16-14, 15-9, 15-4 15-11, 15-4, 15-10 18-16, 15-13, 15-13 15-3, 15-12, 15-7 5-15, 15-13, 15-11, 15-8 15-10, 15-11 15-9, 15-11

1989 Head Coach: Nancy Cummings Overall Record: 33-8 NAIA District Six: 12-1 NAIA District Six Champions NAIA Bi-District XI Champions NAIA National Tournament * 9/11 at Limestone * 9/15 VOORHEES ! 9/16 LIMESTONE ! 9/16 HIGH POINT * 9/18 at Southern Wesleyan * 9/20 at Presbyterian 9/23 GARDNER-WEBB 9/25 LIMESTONE * 9/27 at Erskine + 9/29 at Catawba + 9/29 vs. Davidson + 9/29 vs. Concord + 9/29 vs. St. Andrews + 9/30 vs. Tusculum + 9/30 at Catawba * 10/2 COLUMBIA (S.C.) 10/3 WOFFORD * 10/4 at Claflin * 10/9 BENEDICT * 10/11 USC AIKEN 10/14 at Columbia (S.C.) * 10/16 at Newberry * 10/18 FRANCIS MARION $ 10/20 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne $ 10/20 at Newberry $ 10/20 vs. Wofford $ 10/21 vs. College of Charleston $ 10/21 vs. College of Charleston * 10/23 at Converse * 10/25 at Coker 10/28 at Gardner-Webb 10/31 at S.C. State % 11/4 vs. Converse % 11/4 vs. Limestone % 11/5 vs. Presbyterian % 11/5 vs. Presbyterian & 11/11 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN # 11/16 vs. Fresno Pacific # 11/16 vs. Lewis & Clark

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W 15-5, 15-7, 10-15, 12-15, 15-4 W 15-2, 15-0, 15-3 W 15-9, 15-5 W 15-11, 15-17, 15-8, 11-15, 15-3 W 7-15, 15-11, 12-15, 15-4, 15-11 L 12-15, 15-13, 12-15, 3-15 W 15-9, 15-6, 15-4 W 15-9, 15-0, 15-6 W 15-3, 15-2, 15-4 L 15-8, 10-15, 12-15 W 15-10, 15-2 W 15-5, 14-16, 16-14 W 15-7, 15-8 W 15-10, 6-15, 15-5 L 1-15, 14-16 W 15-5, 15-9, 15-3 W 17-15, 15-11, 15-3 W 15-9, 15-5, 15-4 W 15-7, 15-9, 15-4 W 15-11, 15-6, 15-8 W 15-2, 15-11, 15-1 W 15-11, 15-8, 6-15, 15-12 W 15-10, 15-3, 15-10 W 15-6, 15-5 W 6-15, 17-15, 15-10 W 15-4, 17-15 L 12-15, 7-15 W 15-7, 13-15, 17-15 W 15-7, 15-9, 15-9 W 15-5, 15-6, 15-9 W 17-15, 15-4, 15-11 W 15-3, 7-15, 15-11 W 15-8, 15-4 W 15-1, 16-14 W 15-12, 12-15, 15-8 W 15-4, 15-7 W 15-7, 15-5, 15-11 L 11-15, 15-9, 13-15 L 15-12, 12-15, 13-15

All-Time Results # 11/17 vs. Southwestern L 6-15, 1-15 # 11/17 vs. Hastings L 14-16, 3-15 * District Six Match; % NAIA District Six Tournament Match; ! USCS Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); + Catawba Invitational (Catawba, S.C.); $ Newberry Tournament (Newberry, S.C.); & BiDistrict 11 Championship; # NAIA National Tournament (Hilo, Hawaii)

1990 Head Coach: Bronie Reynolds Overall Record: 24-12-1 9/8 at High Point L 11-15, 17-15, 8-15, 10-15 9/10 CONVERSE W 15-9, 12-15, 6-15, 15-11, 15-4 9/12 LINCOLN MEMORIAL W 15-7, 12-15, 15-13, 15-8 & 9/14 at Catawba L 7-15, 10-15 & 9/14 vs. Tusculum T 15-9, 6-15 & 9/15 vs. High Point W 15-9, 15-6 & 9/15 vs. Erskine W 15-7, 15-8 9/18 at USC Aiken W 15-9, 15-13, 12-15, 15-10 9/22 at Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-2, 15-1, 15-3 # 9/29 vs. King (Tenn.) L 9-15, 7-15, 10-15 # 9/29 vs. Wofford L 4-15, 17-15, 6-15, 9-15 # 9/29 vs. Lincoln Memorial W 15-12, 10-15, 15-2, 14-16, 15-12 10/3 at Francis Marion W 8-15, 15-10, 18-16, 15-8 % 10/5 at Francis Marion W 15-7, 15-12, 15-4 % 10/5 vs. Columbia (S.C.) W 15-3, 15-9, 15-8 % 10/5 vs. Newberry L 15-4, 11-15, 15-5, 10-15, 5-15 % 10/6 vs. Savannah Art & Design W 15-2, 15-4, 15-4 % 10/6 vs. Newberry L 9-15, 0-15, 6-15 10/13 at Lincoln Memorial W 16-14, 3-15, 15-2 10/13 vs. Alabama-Huntsville W 10-15, 15-5, 15-9 10/17 ERSKINE W 15-1, 15-1, 15-13 $ 10/19 USC AIKEN W 9-15, 15-7, 15-3 $ 10/19 WEST GEORGIA W 15-13, 15-9 $ 10/20 WOFFORD L 13-15, 12-15 $ 10/20 ECKERD W 15-9, 15-13 $ 10/20 WEST GEORGIA W 15-6, 15-5 $ 10/20 WOFFORD W 14-16, 15-7, 15-5 10/25 at Converse L 7-15, 4-15 10/25 vs. Wofford W 15-10, 15-9 10/29 at Columbia (S.C.) W 15-11, 15-10, 15-11 10/30 UNC ASHEVILLE L 15-9, 6-15, 8-15, 9-15 ^ 11/2 at West Georgia W 4-15, 15-12, 15-10, 15-7 ^ 11/2 vs. Florida Atlantic L 7-15, 5-15, 13-15 ^ 11/3 vs. Savannah Art & Design W 15-11, 15-0, 15-7 ^ 11/3 vs. Troy State W 15-5, 15-8, 15-5 11/6 at Coastal Carolina L 6-15, 12-15, 15-10, 12-15 11/8 at UNC Greensboro L 15-12, 3-15, 6-15, 13-15 $ at Converse Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); & at Catawba Tournament (Salisbury, N.C.) ; % at Francis Marion Invitational (Florence, S.C.); # at UNC Asheville Tournament (Asheville, N.C.); ^ at West Georgia Tournament (Carrolton, Ga.)

1991 Head Coach: Bronie Reynolds Overall Record: 20-20 Peach Belt Conference: 2-2 9/10 at UNC Asheville # 9/13 vs. Wingate # 9/13 vs. Barton # 9/14 at Catawba

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8-15, 5-15, 4-15 11-15, 15-9, 15-7 15-10, 14-16, 15-13 15-1, 6-15, 8-15

# 9/14 vs. Presbyterian L 2-15, 2-15, 12-15 * 9/16 FRANCIS MARION L 16-14, 15-13, 10-15, 6-15, 8-15 9/17 at Wofford W 15-8, 15-4, 13-15, 12-15, 17-15 9/21 at Lincoln Memorial W 15-3, 11-15, 15-8, 16-14 9/21 vs. Alabama-Huntsville L 15-10, 15-9, 10-15, 9-15, 10-15 9/25 at Newberry L 8-15, 15-10, 7-15, 15-17 9/28 CATAWBA W 12-15, 10-15, 15-6, 15-8, 16-14 9/28 LEES-McRAE W 15-5, 15-9, 15-5 9/30 at Lenoir-Rhyne W 16-14, 15-8, 7-15, 15-9 * 10/4 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. W 13-15, 15-4, 15-5, 15-13 * 10/4 at USC Aiken L 5-15, 15-10, 7-15, 13-15 10/6 WOFFORD W 16-14, 15-13, 16-14 * 10/8 AUGUSTA STATE W 13-15, 15-4, 15-1, 15-3 10/9 LINCOLN MEMORIAL W 15-4, 15-9, 15-5 & 10/11 at Savannah Art & Design W 15-10, 15-1, 15-6 & 10/11 vs. Eckerd W 15-10, 13-15, 15-13, 15-7 & 10/12 vs. Augusta State W 15-4, 15-8, 15-12 & 10/12 vs. Georgia Southern L 12-15, 13-15, 15-7, 12-15 ^ 10/18 vs. California (Pa.) L 12-15, 9-15, 5-15 ^ 10/18 at Shaw L 11-15, 9-15, 15-13, 17-15, 10-15 ^ 10/19 vs. St. Augustine L 11-15, 8-15, 9-15 ^ 10/19 vs. Norfolk State W 17-15, 15-12, 15-6 10/21 CONVERSE W 20-18, 10-15, 15-6, 14-16, 15-6 10/23 PRESBYTERIAN L 5-15, 10-15, 7-15 10/28 at West Georgia L 11-15, 11-15, 12-15 % 11/1 vs. Tusculum L 13-15, 1-15 % 11/1 at Milligan L 2-15, 10-15 % 11/1 vs. Converse L 12-15, 15-6, 11-15 % 11/2 vs. Francis Marion W 15-12, 16-14 % 11/2 vs. Tusculum L 15-11, 10-15, 8-15 11/5 NEWBERRY W 15-7, 15-13, 13-15, 14-16, 15-11 $ 11/8 at Augusta State W 15-2, 15-5, 15-7 $ 11/8 vs. Francis Marion L 12-15, 10-15, 15-5, 1-15 $ 11/9 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-12, 15-4, 15-10 $ 11/9 vs. Francis Marion L 13-15, 13-15, 13-15 11/12 at Converse L 16-18, 15-8, 5-15, 15-17 * Peach Belt Conference Match; $ PBC Tournament Match (Augusta, Ga.); Catawba Tournament (Catawba, S.C.); & SCAD Tournament (Savannah, Ga.); ^ Shaw Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.); % Milligan Tournament (Milligan College, Tenn.)

1992 Head Coach: Chris Sturgill Overall Record: 18-18 Peach Belt Conference: 1-4 # 9/11 vs. Wingate # 9/11 vs. Shaw # 9/12 vs. High Point # 9/12 vs. Presbyterian 9/16 PRESBYTERIAN * 9/19 at Francis Marion 9/22 at Converse 9/24 at Wofford 9/26 at Lincoln Memorial 9/28 QUEENS 9/30 at Lenoir-Rhyne * 10/3 at Augusta State * 10/5 USC AIKEN % 10/9 vs. Converse % 10/10 vs. Randolph-Macon % 10/10 vs. Emory % 10/11 at Savannah Art & Design % 10/11 vs. Emory 10/13 CONVERSE 10/16 CATAWBA 10/16 WEST GEORGIA 10/17 LINCOLN MEMORIAL 10/21 at Presbyterian ^ 10/23 vs. Georgetown (Ky.) ^ 10/23 vs. Elon ^ 10/24 vs. Emory & Henry ^ 10/24 vs. Wofford ^ 10/24 vs. Georgetown (Ky.) 10/27 at Mars Hill * 10/29 LENOIR-RHYNE 10/31 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. 11/3 at Queens * 11/7 UNC PEMBROKE

W 9-15, 15-7, 15-9, 15-0 W 15-11, 10-15, 15-10, 15-11 W 15-7, 13-15, 15-11, 15-11 L 14-16, 15-9, 10-15, 3-15 L 4-15, 4-15, 15-12, 9-15 W 14-16, 5-15, 15-6, 15-8, 15-12 W 15-13, 15-6, 15-7 L 13-15, 15-8, 15-6, 10-15, 9-15 W 15-1, 15-6, 15-8 L 13-15, 15-13, 13-15, 1-15 L 9-15, 15-10, 15-13, 5-15, 12-15 L 13-15, 12-15, 10-15 L 5-15, 11-15, 15-7, 10-15 W 9-15, 16-14, 15-5, 9-15, 15-5 W 15-2, 15-7, 15-3 W 11-15, 15-9, 15-7, 15-11 W 15-7, 15-12, 15-8 W 16-14, 15-4, 15-6 L 14-16, 15-13, 15-12, 4-15, 14-16 L 8-15, 10-15, 15-13, 10-15 W 15-13, 9-15, 15-11, 9-15, 15-12 W 15-3, 15-11, 15-10 L 7-15, 9-15, 7-15 L 7-15, 0-15 L 8-15, 15-17 W 15-8, 15-4 W 15-8, 15-3 L 1-15, 5-15 L 15-3, 13-15, 9-15, 15-11, 6-15 W 15-13, 15-1, 15-7 L 4-15, 15-8, 14-16, 1-15 W 15-12, 15-11, 16-14 L 16-18, 8-15, 11-15

11/10 NEWBERRY W 15-3, 15-3, 15-3 ! 11/14 vs. Augusta State L 14-16, 12-15, 12-15 ! 11/14 at Francis Marion L 3-15, 9-15, 3-15 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # Catawba Classic (Salisbury, N.C.); % SCAD Tournament (Savannah, Ga.); ^ Milligan Tournament (Milligan College, Tenn.); ! Peach Belt Tournament

1993 Head Coach: Chris Sturgill Overall Record: 34-6 Peach Belt Conference: 4-1 Co-Peach Belt Conference Champions Peach Belt Tournament Champions 9/7 MARS HILL W 15-9, 15-17, 15-11, 15-6 # 9/10 vs. Shaw W 15-10, 15-5, 15-6 # 9/10 vs. Barton W 15-12, 15-10, 15-11 # 9/11 vs. Presbyterian L 6-15, 9-15, 12-15 # 9/11 at Catawba W 15-9, 15-17, 15-4, 15-6 # 9/11 vs. Presbyterian W 16-14, 15-13, 16-14 9/14 at Lenoir-Rhyne W 11-15, 15-6, 15-4, 15-5 9/16 at Wingate W 12-15, 15-13, 15-5, 15-10 * 9/18 FRANCIS MARION W 16-14, 15-5, 11-15, 15-6 9/21 at Gardner-Webb W 15-12, 10-15, 15-8, 15-9 9/22 CATAWBA W 15-8, 15-13, 16-14 9/24 NEWBERRY W 15-5, 15-6, 15-13 9/25 at Lincoln Memorial W 15-9, 15-6, 16-14 9/27 at Queens W 11-15, 12-15, 15-6, 15-2, 15-13 * 9/30 AUGUSTA STATE W 15-6, 15-3, 15-2 % 10/2 LIMESTONE W 15-7 16-14, 15-11 % 10/2 WOFFORD W 15-1, 15-4, 13-15, 15-5 % 10/2 CONVERSE W 15-12, 15-6, 15-9 * 10/4 at USC Aiken W 16-14, 15-4, 15-13 ^ 10/8 vs. Maryville W 13-15, 15-8, 15-7, 15-8 ^ 10/9 vs. Columbia (S.C.) W 15-2, 15-6, 15-6 ^ 10/9 vs. Bridgewater W 15-3, 14-16, 15-12, 15-3 ^ 10/10 vs. University of the South W 15-3, 15-8, 15-4 ^ 10/10 at Savannah Art & Design W 15-13, 15-8, 12-15, 15-6 10/11 at Presbyterian W 12-15, 8-15, 15-7, 15-10, 15-11 10/13 at Wofford W 15-9, 15-3, 8-15, 15-9 * 10/16 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. W 15-7, 15-8, 15-11 10/19 QUEENS W 15-11, 15-4, 15-11 10/22 at Charleston Southern L 7-15, 12-15, 9-15 10/23 vs. Barry L 4-15, 0-15, 9-15 10/23 at North Florida L 5-15, 3-15, 12-15 10/26 at Mars Hill W 13-15, 15-8, 16-14, 15-8 10/28 at Converse L 0-15, 8-15, 14-16 * 10/30 at UNC Pembroke L 8-15, 6-15, 15-13, 13-15 11/1 WINGATE W 15-9, 15-8, 10-15, 15-9 11/3 LINCOLN MEMORIAL W 14-16, 15-3, 14-16, 15-4, 15-5 ! 11/5 vs. USC Aiken W 7-15, 15-10, 15-8, 6-15, 15-12 ! 11/6 at UNC Pembroke W 15-2, 12-15, 15-13, 8-15, 15-8 ! 11/7 vs. USC Aiken W 15-8, 8-15, 15-6, 15-9 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # Catawba Classic (Salisbury, N.C.); % Converse Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); ^ SCAD Tournament (Savannah, Ga.); ! Peach Belt Tournament 1994 Head Coach: Chris Hawkins Overall Record: 38-4 Peach Belt Conference: 10-0 Peach Belt Conference Champions Peach Belt Tournament Champions 9/8 GARDNER-WEBB # 9/10 vs. St. Andrews # 9/10 vs. Presbyterian # 9/10 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. # 9/11 vs. UNC Pembroke # 9/11 vs. USC Aiken 9/15 at Mars Hill 9/17 at Francis Marion 9/22 at Carson-Newman 9/24 ERSKINE 9/27 QUEENS 9/27 WOFFORD * 9/30 AUGUSTA STATE * 10/1 FRANCIS MARION * 10/1 UNC PEMBROKE * 10/1 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. * 10/2 USC AIKEN 10/6 at Limestone 10/8 NORTH FLORIDA

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

15-2, 15-5, 15-6 15-4, 15-5, 15-1 15-7, 15-9, 16-14 15-5, 15-6, 16-14 15-4, 14-16, 15-1, 15-6 15-11, 15-4, 15-7 15-3, 15-9, 15-5 15-4, 15-6, 15-4 15-2, 15-1, 15-8 15-2, 15-5, 15-3 15-9, 15-6, 15-2 15-3, 15-8, 15-6 15-5, 15-7, 15-10 15-3, 15-10, 15-6 15-3, 15-6, 15-10 15-4, 15-11, 15-5 15-2, 15-5, 15-6 15-2, 15-1, 15-2 15-9, 10-15, 15-12, 15-11

All-Time Results ^ 11/4 at North Florida L 12-15, 3-15, 4-15 ^ 11/4 vs. Tampa L 9-15, 2-15, 11-15 ^ 11/5 vs. Rollins L 6-15, 8-15, 8-15 ! 11/11 AUGUSTA STATE W 15-12, 15-10, 8-15, 15-11 ! 11/11 UNC PEMBROKE W 15-12, 15-10, 15-10 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # PBAC/SAC Clash (Elon, N.C); % Liberty Tournament (Lynchburg, Va.); ^ South Region Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.); ! Peach Belt Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.)

10/8 HIGH POINT W 15-7, 15-5, 15-12 10/10 WINGATE W 15-10, 15-10, 11-15, 17-15 * 10/12 at Augusta State W 15-7, 15-4, 15-4 * 10/15 at Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-10, 15-7, 15-6 10/18 PRESBYTERIAN W 15-13, 15-2, 9-15, 15-2 % 10/21 vs. Alabama Huntsville W 10-15, 15-8, 15-3, 16-14 % 10/21 vs. West Georgia W 12-15, 15-7, 15-5, 15-4 % 10/21 vs. North Alabama W 15-9, 15-4, 15-8 % 10/22 vs. Presbyterian L 11-15, 12-15, 13-15 % 10/22 vs. St. Leo W 15-7, 15-10, 15-8 * 10/25 USC AIKEN W 15-5, 15-7, 10-15, 15-12 * 10/27 UNC PEMBROKE W 15-12, 15-8, 15-8 10/29 CATAWBA W 15-2, 15-4, 15-13 10/31 at Wingate L 15-10, 8-15, 16-14, 10-15, 13-15 11/2 at Erskine W 15-1, 15-0, 15-7 ^ 11/4 vs. Eckerd W 15-12, 15-2, 15-13 ^ 11/4 vs. Florida Southern L 12-15, 9-15, 9-15 ^ 11/5 vs. Tampa L 7-15, 6-15, 3-15 ^ 11/5 at North Florida W 15-9, 15-10, 16-14 11/7 at Queens W 15-5, 15-6, 15-6 ! 11/12 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-12, 10-15, 15-4, 15-10 ! 11/12 at USC Aiken W 15-11, 15-13, 15-9 ! 11/13 at USC Aiken W 15-8, 16-14, 10-15, 15-7 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # Catawba Classic (Salisbury, N.C.); % Jacksonville State Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.); ^ South Region Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.); ! Peach Belt Tournament (Aiken, S.C.)

1995 Head Coach: Joe Bowman Overall Record: 17-14 Peach Belt Conference: 8-2 Peach Belt Tournament Champions # 9/1 vs. Wingate # 9/2 vs. Presbyterian # 9/2 vs. Catawba # 9/2 at Elon 9/5 at Queens 9/7 GARDNER-WEBB 9/12 WINGATE 9/18 at Presbyterian % 9/22 vs. East Carolina % 9/22 vs. Navy % 9/23 vs. Hampton % 9/23 vs. Fairmont State * 9/29 vs. USC Aiken * 9/30 vs. UNC Pembroke * 9/30 at Armstrong Atlantic St. * 9/30 vs. Francis Marion * 10/1 vs. Augusta State * 10/9 at UNC Pembroke 10/9 at Gardner-Webb * 10/11 AUGUSTA STATE 10/18 ANDERSON 10/19 ELON * 10/21 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. 10/23 at Wingate * 10/28 FRANCIS MARION * 10/31 at USC Aiken

1996 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 21-14 Peach Belt Conference: 6-4 9/2 PRESBYTERIAN L 15-10, 15-13, 14-16, 7-15, 14-16 # 9/6 vs. Gardner-Webb L 12-15, 4-15, 12-15 # 9/6 at Wingate W 15-9, 12-15, 15-6, 15-13 # 9/7 vs. Catawba W 15-1, 15-8, 15-9 # 9/7 vs. Elon W 15-6, 10-15, 15-3, 16-14 9/11 GARDNER-WEBB W 15-17, 15-8, 16-14, 15-8 * 9/14 at Armstrong Atlantic St. L 13-15, 15-10, 12-15, 9-15 9/18 at Elon W 15-13, 15-9, 15-11 % 9/20 vs. Juniata L 12-15, 6-15, 6-15 % 9/20 vs. Ashland W 15-10, 9-15, 15-6, 5-15, 15-13 % 9/21 vs. C.W. Post W 15-7, 15-13, 15-9 % 9/21 vs. Dowling L 10-15, 11-15, 12-15 9/26 vs. Queens W 15-7, 16-14, 8-15, 15-2 * 9/28 FRANCIS MARION W 8-15, 18-16, 15-4, 15-7 * 10/2 at Augusta State W 8-15, 15-10, 15-10, 15-13 ^ 10/5 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic W 15-4, 15-4, 15-6 ^ 10/5 at Rollins W 15-13, 13-15, 15-7, 11-15, 15-9 ^ 10/6 vs. Wayne State L 5-15, 11-15, 10-15 * 10/8 USC AIKEN L 15-12, 15-5, 6-15, 13-15, 10-15 10/9 at Gardner-Webb W 15-8, 15-8, 15-4 * 10/13 at UNC Pembroke W 16-14, 15-8, 15-3 10/17 ANDERSON W 15-4, 15-5, 15-4 & 10/19 vs. Coker W 15-0, 15-7, 15-6 & 10/19 at Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-10, 15-10, 15-11 & 10/19 vs. Valdosta State L 15-4, 12-15, 11-15, 9-15 * 10/23 AUGUSTA STATE W 15-0, 15-10, 7-15, 15-4 * 10/26 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. W 15-10, 15-6, 15-2 * 10/28 UNC PEMBROKE W 15-9, 15-8, 15-4 * 10/31 at USC Aiken L 6-15, 15-2, 8-15, 13-15 * 11/2 at Francis Marion L 13-15, 15-7, 10-15, 6-15 11/6 at Anderson W 15-4, 15-10, 16-14 @ 11/9 vs. Florida Southern L 10-15, 6-15, 4-15 @ 11/9 at North Florida L 6-15, 10-15, 10-15 @ 11/10 vs. Barry L 3-15, 3-15, 3-15 ! 11/16 vs. UNC Pembroke L 12-15, 15-7 15-3, 13-15, 15-17 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # Wingate Jamboree (Wingate, N.C.); % W.V. Wesleyan Tournament (Buckhannon, W.V.); & Lady Pirate Invite (Savannah, Ga.); @ Lady Moc Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.); ^ Rollins Invitational (Winter Park, Fla.); ! Peach Belt Tournament

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

11-15, 10-15, 15-12, 10-15 13-15, 15-8, 9-15, 6-15 8-15, 15-7, 7-15, 15-8, 8-15 15-7, 12-15, 9-15, 15-7, 17-15 15-7, 15-11, 15-13 16-14, 15-8, 15-11 8-15, 15-7, 7-15, 15-12,10-15 15-13, 12-15, 13-15, 11-15 15-10, 14-16, 15-10, 10-15, 9-15 10-15, 5-15, 15-3, 15-8, 15-8 15-8, 16-14, 15-4 6-15, 12-15, 7-15 15-11, 8-15, 12-15, 3-15 15-7, 15-8, 12-15, 15-4 10-15, 12-15, 15-8, 15-9, 15-10 15-13, 15-6, 15-11 15-13, 15-12, 15-8 6-15, 15-13, 15-8, 15-11 12-15, 15-10, 9-15, 15-8, 10-15 15-6, 15-10, 10-15, 8-15, 15-11 15-3, 12-15, 13-15, 16-14, 16-14 16-14, 15-10, 17-15 15-13, 15-10, 15-4 5-15, 8-15, 15-9, 13-15 17-15, 15-8, 11-15, 15-4 16-14, 16-14, 12-15, 8-15, 15-17

1997 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 20-13 Peach Belt Conference: 6-6 9/2 QUEENS # 9/5 GARDNER-WEBB # 9/6 CATAWBA # 9/6 DOWLING 9/10 at Wingate * 9/12 UNC PEMBROKE * 9/13 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. * 9/17 AUGUSTA STATE % 9/20 vs. Wingate

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15-6, 15-9, 15-11 15-11, 15-5, 15-12 15-11, 15-7, 15-11 15-7, 15-4, 11-15, 15-1 15-6, 15-7, 15-4 15-8, 15-0, 15-8 8-15, 15-9, 11-15, 5-15 15-5, 15-12, 15-12 15-2, 15-3, 15-11

% 9/20 vs. Catawba L 15-8, 11-15, 2-15, 15-7, 14-16 % 9/21 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne W 15-9, 15-5, 15-7 9/24 at High Point W 15-10, 15-10, 15-13 * 9/27 NORTH FLORIDA L 9-15, 10-15, 8-15 * 9/30 at USC Aiken L 14-16, 12-15, 3-15 * 10/4 at UNC Pembroke W 15-13, 15-6, 15-9 * 10/7 at Francis Marion L 14-16, 16-14, 5-15, 8-15 & 10/10 at Florida Southern L 7-15, 1-15, 2-15 & 10/10 vs. Barry L 5-15, 7-15, 6-15 & 10/11 vs. St. Leo W 15-10, 15-9, 15-7 & 10/11 vs. Florida Tech L 15-9, 3-15, 5-15, 7-15 10/15 at Anderson W 15-8, 15-8, 15-3 10/17 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE L 13-15, 9-15, 11-15 10/18 WINGATE W 15-1, 15-5, 15-2 * 10/21 at Augusta State W 15-11, 15-7, 10-15, 15-12 * 10/25 at Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-8, 15-6, 15-13 * 10/26 at North Florida L 8-15, 13-15, 5-15 * 10/29 USC AIKEN W 15-9, 5-15, 15-9, 16-14 11/1 HIGH POINT W 11-15, 15-8, 15-2, 15-13 11/1 ANDERSON W 15-3, 15-9, 15-1 * 11/4 FRANCIS MARION L 6-15, 15-13, 10-15, 2-15 11/10 at Presbyterian L 15-11, 3-15, 7-15, 10-15 ! 11/14 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-12, 15-3, 8-15, 15-5 ! 11/15 vs. North Florida L 8-15, 6-15, 16-14, 6-15 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # Converse Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); % Tri-Conference Tournament (Savannah, Ga.); & Florida Southern Tournament (Lakeland, Fla.); ! Peach Belt Tournament

1998 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 19-15 Peach Belt Conference: 9-5 # 8/28 vs. Missouri-St. Louis L 15-10, 10-15, 11-15, 13-15 # 8/28 vs. Hillsdale L 15-10, 15-9, 8-15, 5-15, 15-17 # 8/29 vs. Drury L 13-15, 15-5, 16-14, 1-15, 10-15 # 8/29 at SIU-Edwardsville L 6-15, 15-5, 12-15, 3-15 9/2 at Gardner-Webb L 15-8, 12-15, 13-15, 5-15 9/9 CONVERSE W 15-8, 15-5, 15-7 9/12 THE CITADEL W 15-5, 15-3, 15-1 * 9/16 at Augusta State W 16-14, 15-8, 15-11 % 9/19 vs. Rollins W 15-4, 15-9, 15-10 % 9/19 vs. Florida Southern L 4-15, 7-15, 10-15 % 9/20 vs. Catawba W 15-8, 15-12, 15-12 * 9/25 at UNC Pembroke W 15-8, 15-12, 15-4 * 9/26 at Francis Marion L 4-15, 17-15, 4-15, 15-11, 8-15 * 9/29 at Lander W 15-5, 15-9, 15-0 10/1 PRESBYTERIAN W 15-10, 15-6, 16-14 * 10/3 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. W 15-6, 15-3, 15-5 * 10/6 at USC Aiken L 15-11, 15-6, 10-15, 11-15, 16-18 & 10/9 vs. St. Francis (Ill.) L 19-21, 8-15, 6-15 & 10/9 vs. St. Leo W 10-15, 15-5, 15-6, 15-8 & 10/10 vs. Rollins W 15-13, 15-2, 15-10 & 10/10 vs. Tampa L 2-15, 5-15, 2-15 * 10/18 NORTH FLORIDA L 6-15, 5-15, 16-14, 6-15 * 10/20 FRANCIS MARION L 12-15, 16-14, 2-15, 7-15 ^ 10/23 vs. Catawba W 15-8, 3-15, 15-5, 15-8 ^ 10/24 vs. Fayetteville State W 15-8, 15-5, 12-15, 15-6 ^ 10/24 vs. St. Leo L 6-15, 11-15, 5-15 * 10/27 LANDER W 15-13, 15-7, 15-4 * 10/28 UNC PEMBROKE W 15-1, 15-8, 15-1 * 11/1 USC AIKEN W 15-7, 15-6, 15-6 * 11/3 AUGUSTA STATE W 14-16, 15-7, 15-5, 16-14 * 11/6 at Armstrong Atlantic St. W 23-21, 15-9, 11-15, 15-11 * 11/7 at North Florida L 4-15, 0-15, 10-15 ! 11/12 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. W 15-12, 15-9, 15-10 ! 11/13 at Francis Marion L 9-15, 6-15, 10-15 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # SIU-Edwardsville Tournament (Edwardsville, Ill.); % Lady Pirate Invite (Savannah, Ga.); & Florida Southern Tournament (Lakeland, Fla.); ^ USC Aiken Tournament (Aiken, S.C.); ! Peach Belt Tournament (Florence, S.C.) 1999 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 19-15 Peach Belt Conference: 7-7 # 8/27 ST. ANDREWS W 15-5, 15-2, 15-9 # 8/27 CONVERSE W 7-15, 15-10, 15-4, 15-10 # 8/28 SOUTHERN VIRGINIA W 15-8, 14-16, 15-8, 15-12 # 8/28 GARDNER-WEBB L 9-15, 9-15, 2-15

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All-Time Results % 10/13 vs. Rollins W 15-3, 15-6, 15-10 % 10/14 vs. Saint Leo W 12-15, 13-15, 15-12, 15-9, 15-9 % 10/14 vs. Barry L 11-15, 5-15, 9-15 * 10/20 FRANCIS MARION W 15-6, 15-2, 15-3 * 10/21 UNC PEMBROKE W 15-4, 15-13, 15-9 * 10/25 at Lander L 10-15, 15-11, 15-4, 4-15, 11-15 * 10/27 NORTH FLORIDA L 10-15, 8-15, 15-11, 7-15 * 10/28 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. W 10-15, 15-12, 15-7, 13-15, 15-10 * 11/1 at Augusta State W 13-15, 15-4, 13-15, 15-3, 15-12 * 11/4 at USC Aiken W 15-13, 11-15, 16-14, 13-15, 15-7 ! 11/10 vs. Augusta State L 15-12, 15-4, 9-15, 5-15, 10-15 # 11/16 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. L 10-15, 5-15, 15-8, 10-15 * Peach Belt Conference Match ; ^ Converse Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); @ West Georgia Invitational (Carollton, Ga.); $ Lady Pirate Classic (Savannah, Ga.); % Florida Southern Classic (Lakeland, Fla.); ! Peach Belt Conference Tournament Match; # NCAA Tournament

# 8/28 ST. ANDREWS W 15-1, 15-3, 15-7 # 8/28 GARDNER-WEBB L 4-15, 12-15, 5-15 * 9/7 at UNC Pembroke W 15-3, 13-15, 15-4, 9-15, 15-13 % 9/10 vs. Eckerd W 13-15, 15-10, 15-10, 15-10 % 9/10 vs. Augusta State W 15-6, 15-11, 15-12 % 9/10 vs. Pfeiffer W 15-5, 15-8, 15-1 % 9/11 at Gardner-Webb L 15-12, 6-15, 15-7, 11-15, 9-15 % 9/11 at Gardner-Webb L 14-16, 9-15, 1-15 * 9/14 UNC PEMBROKE W 15-6, 15-3, 15-6 * 9/15 at Lander W 15-5, 15-10, 15-4 * 9/22 at Augusta State L 6-15, 9-15, 3-15 * 9/24 NORTH FLORIDA L 11-15, 9-15, 6-15 9/25 at Converse W 15-8, 15-8, 9-15, 15-4 * 9/29 USC AIKEN W 17-15, 12-15, 15-11, 15-10 * 10/2 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. L 10-15, 15-13, 3-15, 6-15 * 10/5 LANDER W 15-6, 9-15, 15-4, 4-15, 15-12 & 10/8 vs. Mars Hill L 12-15, 12-15, 12-15 & 10/8 at Florida Southern L 7-15, 10-15, 3-15 & 10/9 vs. Catawba W 15-5, 13-15, 15-13, 16-14 & 10/9 vs. St. Leo L 5-15, 15-12, 12-15, 6-15 * 10/13 FRANCIS MARION L 7-15, 15-9, 6-15, 7-15 * 10/17 at Armstrong Atlantic St. L 8-15, 12-15, 9-15 * 10/18 at North Florida L 7-15, 11-15, 13-15 * 10/21 at USC Aiken W 16-14, 11-15, 15-12, 15-4 * 10/26 AUGUSTA STATE W 15-8, 15-10, 15-12 * 10/29 at Francis Marion L 9-15, 14-16, 8-15 10/30 CAMPBELL W 15-12, 8-15, 14-16, 20-18, 16-14 11/3 at Presbyterian W 15-8, 15-4, 10-15, 6-15, 15-9 ! 11/12 vs. Augusta State W 15-8, 15-11, 15-11 ! 11/12 vs. North Florida L 12-15, 8-15, 4-15 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # Converse Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.); % Gardner-Webb Tournament (Boiling Springs, N.C.); & Florida Southern Tournament (Lakeland, Fla.); ! Peach Belt Tournament

2000 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 24-11 Peach Belt Conference: 9-5 NCAA Division II South Regional ^ 8/25 NEWBERRY ^ 8/25 CATAWBA ^ 8/26 CONVERSE ^ 8/26 ECKERD 8/29 PRESBYTERIAN @ 9/1 at West Georgia @ 9/1 vs. West Alabama @ 9/2 vs. Emporia State @ 9/2 vs. Augusta State 9/6 LYNN $ 9/8 vs. West Georgia $ 9/8 vs. West Alabama $ 9/9 vs. Tampa $ 9/9 vs. Wingate 9/16 MARS HILL 9/20 LIMESTONE * 9/22 at UNC Pembroke * 9/23 at Francis Marion * 9/29 at Armstrong Atlantic St. * 9/30 at North Florida * 10/4 AUGUSTA STATE * 10/5 LANDER * 10/10 USC AIKEN

W 15-5, 15-1, 15-13 L 7-15, 15-13, 15-7, 12-15, 13-15 W 15-13, 15-2, 15-2 W 17-15, 11-15, 15-6, 15-0 W 11-15, 15-8, 15-8, 11-15, 15-10 W 15-1, 15-11, 9-15, 15-8 W 15-9, 12-15, 15-1, 15-11 L 8-15, 2-15, 12-15 W 9-15, 15-7, 15-4, 15-7 W 15-3, 15-7, 15-4 W 15-10, 15-4, 3-15, 18-16 W 19-17, 15-10, 15-1 L 15-11, 12-15, 9-15, 5-15 W 10-15, 15-1, 15-5, 15-6 W 15-5, 15-4, 15-7 W 15-3, 15-6, 15-7 W 16-14, 15-4, 15-4 W 15-11, 15-11, 15-8 L 5-15, 7-15, 10-15 L 7-15, 5-15, 1-15 W 15-3, 15-8, 15-11 W 15-2, 15-13, 15-6 L 11-15, 12-15, 15-11, 9-15

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2001 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 24-11 Peach Belt Conference: 9-5 NCAA Division II South Regional # 8/24 ECKERD W 24-30, 30-27, 30-21, 21-30, 15-20 # 8/25 TUSCULUM W 30-15, 30-26, 26-30, 30-15 # 8/25 LEES-McRAE L 24-30, 21-30, 18-30 8/28 at Newberry W 30-20, 30-32, 30-21, 30-23 $ 8/31 vs. Minn. St.-Moorhead L 30-24, 24-30, 20-30, 22-30 $ 8/31 at Lewis L 24-30, 20-30, 30-27, 30-28, 11-15 $ 9/1 vs. Wisconsin-Parkside W 34-32, 30-27, 30-28 % 9/7 vs. Tusculum W 30-25, 30-21, 30-22 % 9/7 vs. Catawba W 30-25, 30-28, 30-17 % 9/8 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne W 30-27, 27-30, 30-23, 30-14 % 9/8 vs. Wingate W 30-20, 30-13, 30-28 9/18 CONVERSE W 30-25, 30-23, 30-27 * 9/21 at UNC Pembroke W 27-30, 30-20, 30-20, 30-28 * 9/22 at Francis Marion W 30-18, 30-12, 30-18 * 9/25 LANDER W 30-16, 22-30, 26-30, 30-23, 18-16 * 9/28 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. W 30-26, 30-26, 30-27 * 9/29 NORTH FLORIDA L 20-30, 22-30, 29-31 * 10/6 at USC Aiken W 30-19, 30-22, 30-26 * 10/6 at Augusta State W 30-15, 30-22, 30-26 & 10/12 vs. West Georgia W 30-16, 30-27, 30-25 & 10/13 vs. St. Augustine’s W 30-17, 30-23, 30-15 10/17 at Presbyterian W 30-26, 30-25, 30-28 * 10/19 FRANCIS MARION W 30-18, 30-15, 30-17 * 10/20 UNC PEMBROKE W 30-24, 28-30, 30-28, 30-20 * 10/24 at Lander W 30-18, 30-18, 30-23 * 10/26 at North Florida L 30-28, 24-30, 20-30, 22-30 * 10/27 at Armstrong Atlantic St. L 30-32, 30-27, 24-30, 22-30 10/30 GARDNER-WEBB W 30-26, 30-18, 30-28 * 11/2 AUGUSTA STATE W 30-8, 30-13, 30-17 * 11/3 USC AIKEN W 30-21, 26-30, 26-30, 30-25, 15-8 ! 11/9 vs. Francis Marion W 30-24, 30-16, 30-21 ! 11/9 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. L 17-30, 26-30, 20-30 @ 11/15 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. L 28-30, 31-33, 27-30 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # Converse Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); $ Lewis Invitational (Romeoville, Ill.); % USC Aiken Tournament (Aiken, S.C.); & Gardner-Webb Tournament (Boiling Springs, N.C.); ! Peach Belt Conference Tournament Match; @ NCAA Tournament South Regional 2002 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 22-10 Peach Belt Conference: 9-5 # 8/30 ANDERSON W 30-21,30-23,30-22 # 8/30 ECKERD W 30-21,31-29,30-24 # 8/31 QUEENS W 30-23,30-22,30-23 # 8/31 MT. OLIVE L 30-26,28-30,26-30,28-30 @ 9/6 vs. Wingate W 30-18,30-27,29-31,30-24 @ 9/7 vs. Newberry W 30-24,30-24,30-18 @ 9/7 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne W 30-27,30-26,33-31 9/10 CATAWBA W 30-24,30-27,30-23 ! 9/13 vs. Rollins L 25-30,13-30,19-30 ! 9/13 at Florida Tech L 28-30,27-30,26-30 ! 9/14 vs. Tusculum W 30-14,30-21,30-28 ! 9/14 vs. Presbyterian W 30-20,30-22,30-22 9/18 at Newberry W 30-20,30-26,30-21 * 9/27 at Armstrong Atlantic St. L 21-30,24-30,30-20 * 9/28 at North Florida L 18-30,24-30,26-30 * 10/2 LANDER W 30-16,27-30,30-15,30-25

* 10/4 USC AIKEN W 31-29,29-31,30-28,23-30,15-12 * 10/5 AUGUSTA STATE W 30-12,25-30,30-28,30-19 * 10/11 at UNC Pembroke W 30-21,25-30,30-23,25-30,15-11 * 10/12 at Francis Marion W 35-33,30-28,30-27 10/16 at Converse W 25-30,30-26,23-30,30-23,15-7 * 10/25 NORTH FLORIDA L 22-30,25-30,18-30 * 10/26 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. L 30-28,21-30,23-30,29-31 * 10/30 at Lander W 30-23,30-19,30-28 * 11/1 at Augusta State W 21-30,26-30,30-26,30-27,15-12 * 11/2 at USC Aiken L 30-28,29-31,22-30,25-30 11/5 CARSON-NEWMAN L 30-28,22-30,26-30,26-30 * 11/8 FRANCIS MARION W 30-19,30-28,30-17 * 11/9 UNC PEMBROKE W 30-22,30-23,17-30,30-27 11/12 PRESBYTERIAN W 35-33,30-21,26-30,30-19 & 11/15 vs. Francis Marion W 30-26,30-19,18-30,31-29 & 11/15 vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. L 30-25,21-30,15-30,27-30 # Converse Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.) @ PBC/SAC Challenge (Augusta, Ga.); ! AASU/Chatham Invitational (Savannah, Ga.) & Peach Belt Tournament (Aiken, S.C.)

2003 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 25-8 Peach Belt Conference: 11-3 # 8/30 WINGATE # 8/31 LENOIR-RHYNE 9/3 NEWBERRY 9/9 at Carson-Newman & 9/12 vs. Rollins & 9/12 vs. Rockhurst & 9/13 vs. Florida Southern 9/13 vs. Florida Tech 9/17 at Catawba 9/24 MONTREAT * 9/26 NORTH FLORIDA * 9/27 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. * 10/1 at Lander * 10/3 at Augusta State * 10/4 at USC Aiken 10/7 at Presbyterian * 10/10 FRANCIS MARION * 10/11 UNC PEMBROKE % 10/17 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne % 10/17 vs. Rollins % 10/18 vs. Lynn % 10/18 vs. Nova Southeastern 10/22 CONVERSE * 10/24 at North Florida * 10/25 at Armstrong Atlantic St. * 10/29 LANDER * 10/31 AUGUSTA STATE * 11/1 USC AIKEN * 11/7 at UNC Pembroke * 11/8 at Francis Marion @ 11/14 FRANCIS MARION

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30-28,30-23,30-22 25-30,30-22,30-19,30-20 30-13,32-30,30-25 25-30,31-29,30-22,30-19 30-32,30-25,30-22,30-28 15-30,27-30,20-30 31-29,25-30,18-30,19-30 30-28,17-30,30-23,30-23 30-17,35-33,30-19 30-14,30-16,30-16 19-30,19-30,25-30 30-27,30-25,26-30,30-27 30-23,21-30,29-31,30-18,15-10 30-24,30-24,30-27 30-18,29-31,29-31,30-17,15-13 31-33,30-28,22-30,30-25,11-15 30-22,30-24,30-24 30-13,30-17,30-24 30-27,30-24,30-17 30-16,26-30,30-22,17-30,10-15 30-27,24-30,30-28,30-26 30-19,30-23,31-33,30-27 30-22,30-15,32-30 18-30,19-30,23-30 30-27,26-30,32-30,26-30,12-15 30-20,30-21,30-17 30-19,30-18,30-25 30-19,30-19,30-23 30-21,30-15,30-26 30-20,30-20,30-24 30-25,30-28,30-17

All-Time Results @ 11/14 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. L 20-30,20-30,30-25,29-31 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # USCS Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.), & Armstrong Atlantic St. State Invitational (Savannah, Ga.); % PBC/SAC Challenge (Aiken, S.C.) @ Peach Belt Tournament Match (Spartanburg, S.C.)

2004 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 16-15 Peach Belt Conference: 7-7 # 9/3 vs. Lenior-Rhyne L 25-30,27-30,25-30 # 9/4 vs. Tampa L 15-30,14-30,23-30 # 9/4 vs. Pfeiffer W 30-18,30-16,30-23 9/28 at Converse W 30-23,30-22,30-18 $ 9/10 vs. Barry L 19-30,27-30,21-30 $ 9/10 vs. Rollins W 30-27,28-30,34-32,25-30,20-18 $ 9/11 vs. Florida Southern W 30-24,30-28,18-30,35-33 9/14 CARSON-NEWMAN L 24-30,20-30,30-21,19-30 9/21 CATAWBA W 30-18,30-25,19-30,22-30,15-11 * 9/24 USC AIKEN W 28-30,30-18,30-26,30-17 * 9/25 AUGUSTA STATE W 30-23,30-17,30-22 * 9/29 at Lander W 30-21,30-22,30-21 * 10/1 UNC PEMBROKE W 30-25,30-21,30-28 * 10/2 FRANCIS MARION L 39-37,26-30,26-30,30-26,13-15 10/5 PRESBYTERIAN L 25-30,30-32,30-26,30-24,12-15 * 10/8 at Armstrong Atlantic St. L 21-30,20-30,24-30 * 10/9 at North Florida L 13-30,18-30,9-30 10/12 PUERTO RICO- RIO PIEDRAS L 19-30,30-24,18-30,27-30 % 10/15 vs. Florida Tech W 30-18,24-30,24-30,30-27,18-16 % 10/16 vs. Nova Southeastern W 30-22,30-25,30-12 % 10/16 vs. Rollins L 19-30,23-30,21-30 * 10/22 at Augusta State W 30-22,30-20,30-19 * 10/23 at USC Aiken L 19-30,26-30,25-30 10/26 NEWBERRY W 30-23,30-25,30-22 * 10/27 LANDER W 27-30,30-23,30-24,21-30,15-6 * 10/29 at Francis Marion L 21-30,28-30,30-32 * 10/30 at UNC Pembroke W 23-30,28-30,30-21,30-26,15-9 * 11/5 NORTH FLORIDA L 30-27,26-30,25-30,28-30 * 11/6 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. L 30-27,29-31,30-26,14-30,9-15 + 11/12 vs. USC Aiken W 28-30,30-26,30-26,30-18 + 11/12 at North Florida L 22-30,18-30,20-30 * Peach Belt Conference Match; + PBC Tournament Match (Jacksonville, Fla.); # Catawba Tournament (Salisbury, N.C.); $ Armstrong Atlantic St. State Tournament (Savannah, Ga.); % Lander Bearcat Classic (Greenwood, S.C.)

2005 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 21-13 Peach Belt Conference: 8-4 & 8/26 vs. Albany State & 8/26 at North Alabama & 8/27 vs. Lynn & 8/27 vs. Alabama-Huntsville 8/30 CONVERSE $ 9/2 vs. Queens (N.Y.) $ 9/2 vs. Post (Conn.) $ 9/3 vs. Concordia (N.Y.) $ 9/3 vs. New York Tech 9/7 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN ^ 9/9 vs. Eckerd ^ 9/9 vs. Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras ^ 9/10 vs. Valdosta State ^ 9/10 vs. Florida Southern

W 30-18,30-14,30-21 L 19-30,24-30,27-30 L 30-22,27-30,29-31,18-30 L 24-30,26-30,23-30 W 30-21,30-24,20-30,28-30,15-5 W 30-21,30-21,30-11 W 30-12,30-11,30-16 W 30-19,30-22,30-20 W 30-18,30-21,30-24 W 30-24,30-12,30-13 W 30-20,30-23,28-30,34-32 L 20-30,28-30,30-22,33-31,12-15 W 30-15,30-27,30-26 L 28-30,30-27,30-20,25-30,6-15

9/13 at Anderson W 30-25,30-19,30-12 9/20 at Newberry W 30-21,30-23,30-27 * 9/23 at Augusta State W 30-23,30-23,30-12 * 9/24 at USC Aiken W 30-26,18-30,25-30,30-21,15-9 * 9/28 at Lander W 30-20,33-31,30-25 * 9/30 at Francis Marion L 30-21,30-23,27-30,27-30,19-21 * 10/1 at UNC Pembroke W 30-16,30-16,30-23 10/4 at Presbyterian L 18-30,30-25,30-28,13-30,11-15 * 10/8 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. L 30-26,30-28,26-30,20-30,9-15 10/19 LENOIR-RHYNE W 32-30,22-30,27-30,30-28,19-17 * 10/21 USC AIKEN W 30-23,26-30,31-29,27-30,15-13 * 10/22 AUGUSTA STATE W 30-25,30-13,26-30,30-20 * 10/26 LANDER W 30-20,30-27,30-19 * 10/28 UNC PEMBROKE W 30-12,30-9,30-17 * 10/29 FRANCIS MARION L 20-30,27-30,32-34 11/1 at Carson-Newman L 22-30,30-24,27-30,27-30 * 11/4 at Armstrong Atlantic St. L 20-30,30-27,24-30,17-30 11/6 WINGATE L 22-30,31-33,23-30 # 11/11 vs. Augusta State W 30-25,30-19,30-16 # 11/11 vs. Francis Marion L 30-23,16-30,30-28,29-31,13-15 * Peach Belt Conference Match; & North Alabama Tournament (Florence, Ala.); $ Pioneer Classic (New York, N.Y.); ^ AASU/Chatham Orthopaedics Classic (Savannah, Ga.); # Peach Belt Tournament (Augusta, Ga.)

2006 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 23-11 Peach Belt Conference: 6-6 $ 8/25 vs. Fayetteville State W 30-26,30-17,30-13 $ 8/26 vs. Elizabeth City State W 30-10,30-18,30-17 $ 8/26 vs. Presbyterian W 30-21,30-26,30-28 $ 8/26 vs. Columbia (S.C.) W 30-25,30-8,30-18 8/29 at Southern Wesleyan W 30-22,30-17,24-30,30-20 & 9/1 vs. Paine W 30-14,30-15,30-14 & 9/1 at Clark Atlanta W 30-17,30-24,30-12 & 9/2 vs. Benedict W 30-13,30-21,30-20 & 9/2 vs. Fort Valley State W 30-22,32-30,30-26 % 9/8 vs. Florida Tech W 30-27,28-30,30-21,23-30,15-9 % 9/8 vs. Tampa L 22-30,22-30,18-30 % 9/9 vs. Rollins L 30-27,28-30,28-30,23-30 % 9/9 vs. Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras L 24-30,29-31,27-30 9/12 NEWBERRY W 30-23,30-27,30-20 * 9/15 UNC PEMBROKE W 30-15,30-28,30-27 * 9/16 FRANCIS MARION L 27-30,24-30,22-30 9/19 CATAWBA W 30-27,30-19,30-18 * 9/20 LANDER W 30-21,30-27,30-23 * 9/22 at Armstrong Atlantic St. L 24-30,22-30,19-30 * 9/27 at Augusta State W 30-28,30-26,30-24 * 9/28 at USC Aiken L 27-30,26-30,34-32,30-24,7-15 10/3 PRESBYTERIAN W 32-34,30-22,38-36,30-20 * 10/7 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. L 24-30,30-24,19-30,27-30 10/10 BREVARD W 30-16,30-17,30-14 10/13 at Wingate W 22-30,30-26,30-27,30-27 10/14 ANDERSON L 23-30,27-30,30-23,23-30 * 10/18 at Lander W 30-21,30-26,30-25 * 10/20 at Francis Marion L 24-30,20-30,24-30 * 10/21 at UNC Pembroke W 30-17,30-21,31-29 10/24 LENOIR-RHYNE W 30-22,30-32,25-30,30-25,15-4 * 10/27 AUGUSTA STATE W 30-16,30-25,28-30,30-19 * 10/28 USC AIKEN L 19-30,30-22,22-30,25-30 # 11/3 vs. UNC Pembroke W 30-23,28-30,25-30,30-24,15-6 # 11/3 vs. USC Aiken L 24-30,16-30,24-30 * Peach Belt Conference Match; # PBC Tournament Match; $ at Converse Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.) & at Clark-Atlanta Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.); % at AASU Tournament (Savannah, Ga.) 2007 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 11-17 Atlantic Sun Conference: 3-8 $ 8/24 SAVANNAH STATE W 30-10,30-12,30-15 $ 8/24 NAVY L 18-30,19-30,30-22,25-30 $ 8/25 WOFFORD L 30-25,25-30,22-30,30-24,11-15 8/28 S.C. STATE W 30-18,30-17,30-23 ^ 9/1 vs. Western Carolina L 26-30,26-30,29-31 ^ 9/1 at UNC Asheville L 27-30,15-30,30-28,29-31 9/4 at Georgia L 19-30,9-30,11-30 ! 9/14 vs. Hampton W 25-30,30-27,30-26,30-26 ! 9/14 vs. Wofford L 28-30,30-25,25-30,24-30

! 9/15 at S.C. State W 30-23,27-30,30-18,30-24 9/19 at Presbyterian L 26-30,13-30,20-30 * 9/21 NORTH FLORIDA L 30-26,29-31,30-23,26-30,10-15 * 9/22 JACKSONVILLE L 17-30,19-30,24-30 9/25 at The Citadel W 30-27,25-30,30-28,30-27 * 9/28 at Belmont L 21-30,20-30,26-30 * 9/29 at Lipscomb L 20-30,16-30,26-30 10/2 at Winston-Salem State W 30-15,30-27,30-20 * 10/4 EAST TENNESSEE STATE L 16-30,19-30,21-30 * 10/12 at FGCU L 17-30,19-30,13-30 * 10/13 at Stetson W 30-22,22-30,21-30,30-27,15-12 10/19 WINSTON-SALEM STATE W 30-13,30-22,30-15 * 10/20 GARDNER-WEBB L 24-30,30-25,30-25,29-31,12-15 * 10/27 at Campbell L 30-24,28-30,30-21,24-30,13-15 10/30 SAVANNAH STATE W 30-16,30-18,30-13 * 11/2 MERCER W 28-30,30-23,30-25,19-30,15-12 * 11/3 KENNESAW STATE W 30-26,30-20,30-15 11/6 PRESBYTERIAN L 25-30,24-30,30-32 11/8 UNC ASHEVILLE L 23-30,30-27,30-17,19-30,11-15 $ Fatz Café USC Upstate Volleyball Classic (Spartanburg, S.C.); ^ UNC Asheville Classic (Asheville, N.C.); ! S.C. State Spikefest (Orangeburg, S.C.); * Atlantic Sun Conference match

2008 Head Coach: Jennifer Calloway Overall Record: 11-23 Atlantic Sun Conference: 4-16 ^ 8/29 vs. Bryant L 16-25,20-25,19-25 ^ 8/31 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.) W 25-21,25-17,25-16 ^ 8/31 at Navy L 25-20,12-25,23-25,15-25 $ 9/5 HAMPTON W 25-17,25-22,25-14 $ 9/5 WOFFORD L 25-27,22-25,15-25 $ 9/6 RADFORD L 22-25,16-25,25-19,16-25 $ 9/6 UNC ASHEVILLE L 18-25,19-25,21-25 * 9/9 at ETSU W 25-21,22-25,20-25,25-19,15-11 * 9/12 at Belmont L 12-25,16-25,14-25 * 9/13 at Lipscomb L 17-25,15-25,23-25 * 9/19 NORTH FLORIDA L 20-25,23-25,25-16,25-21,10-15 * 9/20 JACKSONVILLE L 22-25,12-25,23-25 9/23 PRESBYTERIAN W 25-22,25-21,17-25,17-25,15-10 * 9/26 at FGCU L 17-25,17-25,15-25 * 9/27 at Stetson W 25-19,25-21,25-17 * 10/4 KENNESAW STATE W 25-15,25-16,25-23 * 10/5 MERCER L 23-25,13-25,26-24,18-25 * 10/9 at Campbell L 18-25,14-25,19-25 * 10/17 at Kennesaw State L 14-25,25-19,22-25,17-25 * 10/18 at Mercer L 20-25,25-23,16-25,12-25 10/21 THE CITADEL W 25-19,26-24,21-25,25-22 * 10/24 STETSON L 25-20,24-26,23-25,25-20,10-15 * 10/25 FGCU L 24-26,20-25,25-20,20-25 * 10/31 at Jacksonville L 12-25,18-25,16-25 * 11/1 at North Florida L 33-31,16-25,25-22,20-25,9-15 * 11/7 LIPSCOMB L 25-21,17-25,21-25,17-25 * 11/8 BELMONT L 17-25,15-25,19-25 * 11/11 ETSU L 25-23,20-25,31-33,25-22,9-15 * 11/15 CAMPBELL W 25-23,21-25,25-23,25-20 # 11/21 WINSTON-SALEM STATE W 25-13,25-13,25-14 # 11/21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS L 21-25,23-25,23-25 # 11/22 N.C. CENTRAL W 25-22,25-16,25-14 # 11/22 PRESBYTERIAN L 15-25,17-25,25-18,21-25 # 11/22 NORTH FLORIDA W 27-25,25-22,21-25,25-19 ^ Navy Trident Classic (Annapolis, Md.); $ USC Upstate Volleyball Classic (Spartanburg, S.C.); # Mr. Gatti’s Provisional Invitational (Spartanburg, S.C.); * Atlantic Sun Conference match

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This is USC Upstate

University of South Carolina Upstate

University of South Carolina Upstate will inspire you to do great things. The moment you step on campus, you’ll feel a vibrancy here, a charge that isn’t found anywhere else. It runs through our innovative new health education complex, expansive international programs, and fan-fueled NCAA Division I athletics. It permeates the relationship between our faculty and students and between our campus and community. It’s the pulse that drives our students to succeed here and abroad. It’s the reason why we’re among the fastest-growing universities in South Carolina and one of the Southeast’s leading metropolitan universities. It’s also the reason why for 10 years in a row U.S. News & World Report has ranked us as one of the top five Comprehensive Colleges in the South. Located along the thriving economic I-85 corridor between Atlanta and Charlotte, we offer baccalaureate and master’s degrees and boast nationally accredited professional schools of business, nursing and education, plus the College of Arts and Sciences. USC Upstate is a place, our students tell us, that inspires them to greatness and shapes them to be an inspiration to others. It’s a place for you. Come be inspired.

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About Upstate

At USC Upstate, we want to change the way you think about your education and your future. When you step onto the rolling hills of our campus near the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountatins, you’ll be inspired to grow intellectually, culturally, socially and emotionally.

Small Campus. Big Possibilities. Located in the heart of South Carolina’s economic engine along the vibrant I-85 corridor between Atlanta and Charlotte, USC Upstate is home to 5,000 students from 38 states and 71 nations. We offer challenging academic courses, small class sizes, personal experiences, remarkable diversity, an expansive international community and a dynamic campus life. Our acclaimed and accredited academic programs create real opportunities for our students to build bridges to their future through internships, field service, study abroad and more. We take computer science, for example, and translate it into an innovative information management and systems program that helps graduates move into enterprises large and small as data managers, systems managers and IT professionals. We take political science and sociology and create a foundation for working in nonprofit administration. Our distinctive academic programs will enable you to lay out a foundation in the liberal arts that will serve you throughout a lifetime of learning.

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Facts You Should Know • USC Upstate was ranked fourth amongst Public Baccalaureate Colleges in the South according to the 2009 College Rankings by U.S. News & World Report. • USC Upstate is among the fastest growing universities in the State, now employing 650 full- and part-time faculty and staff and enrolling 5,000 students, reflecting the diversity of Upstate South Carolina. • Located in one of the most politically significant hotbeds in the nation, USC Upstate received visits from Republican Presidential candidate John McCain and former U.S. president Bill Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, while campaigning for his wife, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2007. • According to U.S. News and World Report, USC Upstate is one of the 10-most ethnically diverse colleges in the South with a Diversity Index of 0.46. It is the most racially diverse public school in South Carolina. • From its founding, the University opened its doors to all races. Today, with a minority enrollment exceeding 30 percent and faculty representation increased to 14 percent, the institution is widely regarded as a leading example of interracial cooperation, cultural pluralism, equal opportunity, access and equity. • Of the University’s 5,000 enrolled students, 71 nations are represented among the student body, reflecting the Upstate’s international character. • The implementation of a 10-year, $150 million master plan that focuses on the development of the northern segment of the Spartanburg campus has dramatically increased classroom space, academic support facilities, parking and roadways, housing and athletic/recreational facilities. • The Susan Jacobs Arboretum features a 300-seat amphitheatre, a meandering creek lined with stones and boulders, lighted walkways and foliage indigenous to the area among its 12 acres. • Forty years after its founding, USC Upstate boasts an alumni base of more than 17,000, of which 80 percent of these graduates remain in the Upstate to build their lives and careers. • In the past 10 years, the campus has gone through a dramatic infrastructure makeover, including the building of the Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex, the Readiness Center, Palmetto House, Magnolia House, the Jacobs Arboretum, the Health Education Complex and the soon to be completed George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics in downtown Spartanburg.

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The Academic Success

The USC Upstate Athletic Department places a high empasis on academic achievement and in the 2008-09 school year, Upstate athletes continued to reach heights never before reached by the athletic department.

Academic Success Bachelor’s Degree Programs Art Studio (Graphic Design) Biology Business Administration and Economics (concentrations in accounting, economics/finance, business administration, management and marketing) Chemistry Communication (concentrations in electronic media, journalism, speech and theater) Computer Information Systems Computer Science Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Engineering Technology Management English Experimental Psychology History Information Management and Systems Interdisciplinary Studies Mathematics Middle Grades Education Nonprofit Administration Nursing Physical Education Political Science Secondary Education (concentrations in biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, social studies/history, and Spanish) Sociology Special Education: Learning Disabilities Spanish

• 138 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team selections. • 28 student-athletes posted a perfect 4.0 GPA during one of the 2008-09 semesters. • 17 Individual National Academic Awards in 2007-08 (11 Softball, 4 Women’s Tennis, 2 Men’s Tennis) • 7 teams posted better than a 3.0 GPA in 2008-2009 (Men’s Basketball, Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Golf, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Softball, Volleyball). • 2 National Academic Team Awards in 2007-08 (AVCA Team Academic Award, Volleyball; ITA All-Academic Award, Women’s Tennis)

Pre-Professional Four-Year Programs Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dental Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Optometry Pre-Veterinary Medicine Master’s Degrees Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Special Education: Visual Impairment

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The Community Involvement

The USC Upstate Department of Athletics has always encouraged its athletes to become engaged in both the USC Upstate and Upstate South Carolina communities. Now just three years removed from being a member of the NCAA Division II, the department of athletics still believes in the D-II philosophy that there is a dual objective in collegiate athletics to serve both your campus and your community. With that in mind, in 2008-09, USC Upstate was proudly represented by student-athletes in several venues, including:

In the Community • The volleyball, women’s basketball, softball and tennis programs raising nearly $3,000 for breast cancer research through Think Pink or For The Cure events. • Marc Wartenberger, a member of the track & field team, served as Student Body President for the 2008-09 school year. • Upstate athletes participated in a new Walk to School initiative at Lone Oak Elementary, Fairforest Elementary and Arcadia Elementary Schools, sharing the benefits of living a healthy, active lifestyle. • Upstate athletes also participated in Gaffney’s Holiday Parade. • Upstate also organized two Spartan Buddy Days with the Carolina Miracle League and also visited Upward basketball sites on Saturdays. • Freshman student-athletes registered in University 101 seminar course helped build a house for Habitat for Humanity as part of Habitat Blitz. • USC Upstate was rewarded with an NCAA CHOICES Grant Award in May, which will help the athletic department develop its CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Upstate will conduct educational seminars for the entire student body with an emphasis on its student-athletes to inform the students on making better choices on life decisions when it comes to the use of alcohol and other drugs.

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The Facilities

Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex

The Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex is located in the northern section of the campus and includes the County University Soccer Stadium, Spartanburg County Youth Soccer Fields, Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park, Cyrill Softball Stadium and the Tennis Complex. The Dan Adams Track & Field Complex is in the planning stages, which would make The Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex home to 10 of the 12 outdoor athletic programs currently offered at the institution – men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track & field. With its development, all athletic venues are now housed on campus creating a greater sense of a campus community. The Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex is one of the Southeast’s top sports venues. Cyrill Stadium, the home of the softball program, earned the NFCA/TURFACE National Field Maintenance Award for 2006 and was named the 2005 Field of the Year in South Carolina. The total cost of the athletic complex exceeded $7 million and followed a $2.5 million expansion and renovation of the Hodge Center, home to the volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball programs. Planning of a golf practice facility is also underway.

USC Upstate Tennis Complex Home of Upstate men’s and women’s tennis Opened in 2004 Men’s Tennis – 58-7 (.892) Women’s Tennis – 36-13 (.735)

County University Soccer Stadium Home of Upstate men’s and women’s soccer Opened in 2001 Men’s Soccer – 56-18-3 (.747) Women’s Soccer – 39-29-6 (.567) Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park Home of Upstate Baseball Opened in 2004 Baseball – 101-73 (.580)

Cyrill Softball Stadium Home of Upstate softball Opened in 2002 Softball – 163-46 (.780)

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G.B. Hodge Center / Performance Center G.B. Hodge Center Named for one of the University’s founders, the late Dr. G.B. Hodge, the Center was completed in 1973 and underwent renovations in 2000. The bottom floor is home to the Athletics Department, which includes offices for the athletic administration and coaches. The Hodge Center features a main gymnasium, home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams and the volleyball program, locker rooms and the University weight room, as well as athletic training facilities. The Hodge Center is considered one of the toughest places for opponents to play in the South. The cozy gym, with its fans close to the action, has helped Upstate volleyball to a phenomenal .751 winning percentage, women’s basketball to a .584 winning percentage since 1976 and men’s basketball to an astounding .703 winning percentage since the court’s opening in 1973. Performance Center With the move to Division I, the USC Upstate athletic department has committed itself to building strength and conditioning programs that are designed to meet the needs of all 17 of its programs. As part of that initiative, the school hired its first strength and conditioning coach in Scott Senger in 2007, and he has helped design sport-specific training programs for all 17 programs. In addition, with the guidance of Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine Michael Sandago, the USC Upstate athletic department will remodel space in the Hodge Center to create the Upstate Performance Center, which is set to open in the 2009-10 academic year, giving Upstate student-athletes a workout space that they can call their own.

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The Hodge Center Home of Upstate men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball

Opened in 1973 Men’s Basketball – 324-137 (.703) Women’s Basketball – 234-164 (.588) Volleyball – 301-100 (.751)

The Tradition

USC Upstate boasts a widely successful athletics program, one that has achieved tremendous success both on the playing fields and in the classroom. From the early days as a two-year institution all the way to today as a member of NCAA Division I athletics, USC Upstate athletics has a proud history of success. The men’s basketball program claimed the 1982 NAIA National Championship and the university’s other athletic teams built a strong foundation. USC Upstate moved its athletic teams to the NCAA and Division II status in 1990. In 18 years in Division II, Upstate made 31 appearances in NCAA Tournaments, won 21 Peach Belt Conference regular season championships and 18 Peach Belt Conference Tournament titles. In 2007, the athletics program moved to the NCAA Division I and the Atlantic Sun Conference. Playing at the highest level of amateur athletics in the nation, Upstate athletes continue to excel. The women’s tennis and softball teams have each captured conference crowns and 33 student-athletes captured the conference’s weekly honors and 29 student-athletes were placed on All-Atlantic Sun Conference teams.

Athletic Accomplishments • 1982 NAIA Men’s Basketball National Champions • 1995, ’98 Men’s Soccer NCAA Division II National Runners-Up • 2007 Men’s Golf NCAA Division II National Runners-Up • 1983, ’84, ’85 Men’s Soccer NAIA Third Place Team • 1992 Men’s Tennis NCAA Division II Fifth Place Team • 1994, ’97, 2002, Men’s Soccer NCAA Division II Quarterfinalists • 2004, ’07 Men’s Tennis NCAA Division II Quarterfinalists • 2007 Women’s Tennis NCAA Division II Nationals • 1990 Baseball NAIA District Six Champions • 1981, ’82, ’90 Men’s Basketball NAIA District Six Champions • 1977, ’81, ’83, ’85, ’86, ’87, ’89 Men’s Cross Country NAIA District Six Champions • 1987, ’88, ’89 Volleyball NAIA District Six Champions • 1991, ’92, ’95, ’98, 2005, ’06 Men’s Basketball NCAA Division II Regionals • 1993, ’94, ’95, ’06 Women’s Basketball NCAA Division II Regionals • 1991, ’92, ’93, ’94, ’95, ’97, ’98, 2002, ’03, ’06 Men’s Soccer NCAA Division II Regionals • 1992, ’04, ’05, ’06, ’07 Softball NCAA Division II Regionals • 2000, ’01 Volleyball NCAA Division II Regionals • 1992, ’95, ’96, ’97, 2001, ’02 ’03, ’04, ’05, ’06, ’07 Men’s Tennis NCAA Division II Regionals • 1995, 2003, ’05, ’06, ’07 Women’s Tennis NCAA Division II Regionals • 2008 Women’s Tennis Atlantic Sun Conference Champions • 2008 Softball Atlantic Sun Conference Champions • 1990, ’92, ’98, 2005, Men’s Basketball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1993, ’94, ’95 Women’s Basketball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1991, ’92, ’93 Men’s Cross Country Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1992, ’94, ’97, ’98, ’99, 2003 Men’s Soccer Peach Belt Conference Champions • 2001 Women’s Soccer Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1992, ’93, ’94 Softball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 2003, ’05 Men’s Tennis Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1993, ’95 Volleyball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 2006 Men’s Basketball Peach Belt Tournament Champions • 1994, ’95 Women’s Basketball Peach Belt Tournament Champions • 1993, ’ 94, ’95, ’97, ’98, 2001, ’02, ’03 Men’s Soccer Peach Belt Tournament Champions • 1993, ’94, ’95 Volleyball Peach Belt Tournament Champions

USC Upstate Athletic Logo History

USC Spartanburg Rifles Logo 1971-80

USC Spartanburg Rifles Logo 1981-2004

USC Upstate Spartans Logo 2005-2009

USC Upstate Spartans Logo 2009-present

New Athletic Logos for Fall 2009

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The Tradition

Beth Bayer 2003 Inductee

Kristina Ribicic 2008 Inductee

Don Brock 2008 Inductee

Ulysses Hackett 2002 Inductee

Chris Hawkins 2004 Inductee

Heather Abrams 2004 Inductee

Lindsay Bright 2006 Inductee

The USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1998 to recognize individuals who have outstanding athletic accomplishments or have made significant contributions to USC Upstate athletics. All former student-athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators and staff are eligible for nomination with all former student-athletes expected to have graduated from USC Upstate. All former student-athlete nominees must have participated at least two years at USC Upstate, and their eligibility must have expired at least five years prior to being nominated. Exceptions to the above criteria may be considered for outstanding achievement. Henrik Ronnevig 2006 Inductee

Mike Gibson 1999 Inductee

Sara Henrichs Durham 2005 Inductee

Hall of Fame 2009 Todd Ellison ’90, Baseball Kristy Middagh ’03, Softball Greg Watson ’84, Men’s Soccer 2008 Don Brock ’88, Baseball James Eley ’96, Men’s Soccer Sherman Eller ’85, Cross Country Willie Murdaugh ’91, Men’s Basketball Kim Pitman ’02, Volleyball Kristina Ribicic ’03, Women’s Tennis 2007 Doug Lightbody ’83, Men’s Basketball Jorge Valenzuela ’87, Men’s Soccer Kristin Korte Zurliene ’02, Volleyball 2006 Beth Bayer ’03, Softball James Holland ’82, Men’s Basketball Kenny Dickson, ’90, Baseball Lindsay Bright ’98, Volleyball Bob Cheshier ’84, Men’s Soccer Greg Hooks, Men’s Soccer Coach Henrik Ronnevig ’01, Men’s Soccer Thea Moen Ronnevig ’02, Women’s Soccer 2005 Stacey Berrong ’99, Softball John Daurity, Baseball Coach Sara Henrichs Durham ’99, Volleyball Scott Halkett, ’96, Men’s Soccer Willis Woodruff ’91, Men’s Basketball 2004 Heather Abrams ’97, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Wendell Gibson ’82, Men’s Basketball Doug Keelan ’87, Baseball Kasper Nielsen ’96, Men’s Tennis Danny Rebuck ’91. Men’s Soccer

2003 Mario del Pino ’83, Men’s Soccer Chris Hawkins ’87, Baseball Carla Gambrell Pesce ’91, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball 2002 Darren Ambrose ’92, Men’s Soccer Michelle Graham Boehringer ’96, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Marlon Burgess ’94, Men’s Soccer Ulysses Hackett ’92, Men’s Basketball 2001 Martha Cobo ’92, Women’s Tennis Martin Hill ’86, Men’s Soccer Frank Kohlenstein, Men’s Soccer Coach Michael Massey ’81, Men’s Cross Country Mike Smith ’84, Men’s Basketball 2000 Steven ‘Skip’ Frye ’77, Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Men’s Cross Country Robert ‘Firechief’ Smith ’74, Men’s Basketball Jerry Waters, Men’s Basketball Coach 1999 Dr. Joseph C. Bowman, Athletics Director, Men’s Basketball, Bowling, Men’s Golf, Volleyball Coach Michael J. Gibson ’82, Men’s Basketball Gwendolyn Whiteside-Proctor ’87, Women’s Basketball

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Greg Hooks 2006 Inductee

Dr. Joseph C. Bowman 1999 Inductee

Todd Ellison 2009 Inductee

The Athletic Success

Edgar Rodriguez Men’s Tennis Freshman of the Year

Ramiro Blanco

Kim Brasil

Perrish Goggins Indoor Track & Field, Most Outstanding Performer

In the second of its four-year transition to Division I athletics, USC Upstate continued to prove a foil to some of the best teams in the Atlantic Sun Conference and around the country, with the underdog Spartans posting some impressive wins. Reggie Thompson Outdoor Track & Field Freshman of the Year

2008-09 In Review • Baseball posts two huge wins, as it downs Tennessee, 1-0, for its first win over an SEC opponent in 22 years and also beat Charlotte, 4-3, for the team’s first win over a team receiving votes in a national poll. • Men’s Basketball wins three straight for the first time in the D-I era by downing A-Sun champion Jacksonville, Stetson and Florida Gulf Coast in February. • Women’s basketball’s rebounds from 5-24 season by winning 13 games, marking the 20th-most improved record in Division I. • Cross Country’s Emily Tangwar becomes the first runner in school history to win the Spartan-hosted Eye Opener. • Men’s Golf’s Josh Gallman and Michael Lawrence each finish in the top 10 at their first A-Sun Championships. • Softball’s Morgan Childers breaks her own single-season strikeout record and sets the school’s career strikeouts record as a sophomore, helping her earn allconference honors. • Men’s Tennis ties A-Sun record with six All-A-Sun selections, posts school-record 20-straight wins and finishes the season ranked 70th in the nation. • Women’s Tennis’ Anna Novo sets school records for combined wins, singles wins and doubles wins as she wraps up her career with her fourth all-conference honors. • Men’s Track and Field finishes fourth at both the A-Sun Indoor and Outdoor Championships for the best finishes in head coach Jimmy Stephens’ five years as a head coach. • Men’s Track and Field’s Perrish Goggins wins the Most Outstanding Track Athlete at the A-Sun indoor championships.

Bobby Davis

Josh Gallman

Ana-Sofia Camberos

Javier Tori

Jack Roux

Morgan Childers

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The Administration

Mike Hall

Dr. John Stockwell Athletics Administration University Chancellor 16th Year Cedarville ’66 Dr. John C. Stockwell has served as chancellor of the University of South Carolina Upstate since 1994, leading the University toward its vision as one of the leading metropolitan universities in the Southeast. Under his leadership, the University has experienced outstanding growth in academic standards, campus development, curricula and public/private partnerships. In the past 10 years, enrollments have increased by thirty-five percent with more than 5,000 students currently enrolled. The campus boasts a diverse student population with 71 nations represented in the University community and a minority enrollment of over than thirty percent. Chancellor Stockwell is leading the University toward completion of a 10-year master plan, approved by the USC Board of Trustees in 1997, including multi-million dollar capital developments in classroom space, academic support facilities, housing, and athletics facilities. In addition, a number of campus beautification initiatives are underway and a $60 million highway infrastructure project surrounding and intersecting the campus was recently finished. Before coming to USC Upstate, Dr. Stockwell served as provost and interim chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. In earlier years, he served as dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at the State University of New York College at Cortland, as chair and professor of the Department of Speech and Theatre at Indiana State University, and as professor and director of theatre at California State University Northridge. Dr. Stockwell earned his Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in theatre at Bowling Green State University, and his bachelor’s degree in speech and theatre from Cedarville College. He is also an alumnus of the Harvard University Institute for Educational Management. He is the founding chair and current board member of Spartanburg’s chapter of the Urban League of the Upstate. He serves, also, on the Board of the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce and on the Board of Governors of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, together with a range of other civic and regional commitments. John and his wife, Dr. Diane Vecchio, a professor of history at Furman University, have four grown children: Benjamin, Kelsea, Adrien and Cory and one granddaughter.

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Director of Athletics 16th Year Liberty ’81 Mike Hall is in his 16th year as the director of athletics at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Since joining the Spartans program, Hall has been instrumental in making many improvements to the athletics department. Arguably his biggest accomplishment is leading the University from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I membership and the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2007-08. Hall oversaw the completion of the new Louis P. Howell Athletics Complex that already claims one of the top soccer and softball facilities in the Southeast. The Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park is the newest jewel of the complex and the tennis facility has recently been upgraded with six additional tennis courts and a clubhouse. The total cost of the four projects exceeded $5 million. In 1999-2000, Hall oversaw a $2 million renovation to the G. B. Hodge Center. The renovations included a hospitality suite overlooking the gymnasium, concession area, weight room, official’s locker rooms and offices for the athletic staff and coaches. In 2003, the men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball locker rooms were renovated. Hall was instrumental in the development of the new County University Soccer Stadium, which opened in August of 2001, as well as five other soccer fields that are used by Spartanburg County as youth soccer facilities. Hall has used the facility to attract state and regional youth soccer events as well as the NCAA Division II Soccer Championships. Hall continues to work to enhance staff and coaching positions at USC Upstate. He has upgraded many positions from part-time to full-time status and expanded several assistant coaches’ positions. He also continues to coordinate over 20 corporate sponsors for USC Upstate athletics. A 1981 graduate of Liberty University, he went on to serve for 13 years as assistant athletics director for academics, compliance and he also served as golf coach at his alma mater. He also worked as the Director of the Adult Education program in admissions and advising. He earned his master’s degree in education from Lynchburg College. Hall and his wife Phyllis, a 1982 Liberty graduate, have three daughters, Mary, Mandy and Courtney.

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USC Upstate Head Coaches

Greg Hooks Men’s Soccer

Todd Lawton Men’s/ Women’s Golf

Eddie Payne Men’s Basketball

Kendall Reyes Women’s Soccer

Jimmy Stephens Alessandro Cross Country/ Jennifer Calloway De Marzo Volleyball Track & Field Men’s/Women’s Tennis

Matt Fincher Baseball

Tammy George Women’s Basketball

Chris Hawkins Softball

Athletics Administration Louise Ericson

Associate Athletic Director for Academic Support Services/SWA Louise Ericson is beginning her second year as Upstate’s Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Support Services and Senior Woman’s Administrator. Previously, Ericson spent three years as the athletic academic coordinator while also serving as the director for the Center of Student Success. Ericson also serves as sports supervisor for the cross country, women’s soccer, softball and track & field programs. Ericson has built a successful 13-year career in academic support and coaching at both the Division I and II levels. Prior to coming to USC Upstate, she served as an athletic academic counselor at Vanderbilt University from 2002-03. She was an athletic academic advisor and life skills coordinator at UNC Charlotte from 2000-02. Ericson is no stranger to Spartanburg, serving as the NCAA compliance coordinator and assistant volleyball and basketball coach at Converse College from 1997-2000. She got her start in academic support while attending graduate school at the University of Tennessee. She served as a grad assistant in the women’s athletic department-academic advising and student life from 1995-97. Ericson is active in many professional organizations, including the the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics. Ericson graduated with honors from Belmont University with a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1994. While at Belmont, she played basketball from 1991-92 and volleyball from 1993-94, serving as team captain. She received her master’s degree in sport administration from Tennessee in 1997 with a perfect 4.0 GPA.

Scott Larson

Associate Athletic Director for Compliance Scott Larson is in his fourth year as Upstate’s first full-time compliance director at USC Upstate, coming onboard as Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance. He was promoted to Associate AD for Compliance in

August 2007. Larson serves as the sports supervisor for the tennis, volleyball, baseball and men’s soccer programs. Larson has more than 10 years of compliance experience at the Division I level. Throughout his professional career, Larson has developed and implemented several programs to improve the compliance operations at the institutions where he has worked. Larson came to USC Upstate from the University of Texas at El Paso where he served as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and Student Aid from 2005-06. He oversaw all aspects of the compliance program. In addition, he had oversight responsibilities for the women’s tennis and rifle programs. Prior to his stint at UTEP, he served as Assistant AD for Compliance at Northern Arizona University from 2004-05 and was the Assistant AD for Compliance at Gardner-Webb University from 2003-04. He served as the Compliance Monitoring Coordinator at the University of Wisconsin from 2001-03. Larson worked as a graduate assistant in compliance at Arizona State University from 1998-01. He began working towards his professional career as an undergraduate intern in the compliance office at the University of Tulsa from 1997-98. Larson graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Tulsa with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Sports Administration in 1998. He received his master’s degree in Business Administration from Arizona State University in 2001. Larson is a native of Topeka, Kan. He and his wife, Marla, have been married since the summer of 2002 and have two boys, Cade, 4, and Reid, 1.

Michael Sandago

Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine Michael Sandago is in his fourth year at the helm of the Sports Medicine Department at USC Upstate. He was promoted from Assistant Athletic Director to Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine in 2007. He is the fifth full-time head athletic trainer at the University and the first to assume the duties as Associate AD for Sports Medicine. Sandago came to USC Upstate after working on the athletic training staff at Oregon State for 22 years. He joined the staff in 1984 and was promoted

to head athletic trainer in 1992. He oversaw the athletic training services for all sports and directly handled the athletic training responsibilities for men’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf. Prior to his 22-year stint at Oregon State, he was a teacher and athletic trainer at Maumee High School in Ohio. He also served as an assistant athletic trainer for the Seattle Seahawks during summer workouts from 1980-86. Sandago graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Washington State University in 1979 and received his master’s degree in health education from the University of Miami (OH) in 1983. The Seattle, Wash., native graduated from Lynwood High School, where he lettered in three sports while serving as a student athletic trainer. Sandago and his wife, Allyson, have two daughters, Emma and Anna. Allyson is also a certified athletic trainer.

Jules Bryant

Assistant Athletic Director for Development Jules Bryant is in her third year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Development and Special Events at USC Upstate. Bryant is no stranger to the Spartanburg community. She spent the seven years as the Executive Director of the Spartanburg Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. She coordinated a myriad of projects and responsibilities, including the marketing efforts of the organization. She also helped recruit corporate partnerships to help assist in the cost of running various events sponsored by the Bureau. As part of her duties as Executive Director of the CVB, she also oversaw Team Spartanburg, the sports council of the CVB. Team Spartanburg was active in several sport-related community events, including working with the Carolina Panthers’ Training Camp, the Eye Opener Cross Country Meet, and the Goalball Championships. Prior to her stint with the Spartanburg CVB, Bryant spent two years as the membership manager with the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce (19982000). She was a branch manager at the Spartanburg office of Staffing Solutions from 1997-98, was the community director for the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation from 1996-97, and was an admissions counselor at Wofford College from 1993-96.

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Bryant is active in several community service organizations. She is currently a member of the Uptown Sertoma Club and was a past president of the civic organization. She is active in the Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association and formerly served on its Board of Directors and was a past president. In addition, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Shepherd’s Center and is a recent graduate of Regional Fellows. Bryant received a bachelor’s degree in Political Economy and Philosophy from Wofford College in 1993. She and her husband, Scott, are the proud parents of a son, Grayson.

Bill English

Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Bill English begins his seventh full year as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations after being promoted to the position in 2003. He spent the previous year and a half as the school’s sports information director and will enter his ninth year at the University this spring. English came to USC Upstate after serving as the assistant sports information director at Wofford College from 1997-2001. English is a 1993 graduate of Wofford with a bachelor’s degree in government. Upon graduation, he worked for one year in the sports department at the Spartanburg Herald-Journal where he was a writer covering high school football and basketball and college basketball. English left the Herald-Journal to attend graduate school at Appalachian State where he served as a graduate assistant in the sports information office. Also working as a graduate assistant in the physical education department while working on his master’s degree in sport management, he was inducted into the Alpha Epsilon Lambda graduate school national honor fraternity in 1996. English is a member of CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America). He worked as the official scorer for the Greenville Braves, a former Double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, in 2000. A native of Washington Court House, Ohio, English moved to Spartanburg with his family in 1981. He resides in Moore.

Brandon McKillop

Director of Athletic Facilities & Game Management Brandon McKillop is in his first year as the Director of Athletic Facilities and Game Management at USC Upstate. He will coordinate the maintenance and setup of the athletic facilities in addition to serving as the game manager for all home events. McKillop has an extensive background in athletics and is a native of the Spartanburg area, having grown up in Boiling Springs. While also serving in his capacity at Upstate, he is a real estate agent with Chase E. Furnas & Co. in Spartanburg.

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McKillop was a standout baseball player at Boiling Springs High School and Wofford College. A prolific singles hitter, he ranks ninth all-time at Wofford with 121 singles and 22nd all-time with 137 hits. He is also one of the program’s top threats on the base path, ranking third all-time with 60 stolen bases. He graduated from Wofford in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics and received a master’s degree in Exercise and Sports Sciences from the University of Florida in 1997. While at Florida, he worked in the sports information and baseball offices, receiving his initial experience working in intercollegiate athletics. McKillop returned to the Spartanburg area in 1998 to serve as assistant baseball coach at his alma mater, Wofford. He spent two seasons with the Terriers as the program’s top assistant and recruiting coordinator before leaving for the assistant coaching position at Newberry in 2000. McKillop returned to Wofford for his third stint at the school in 2001, again serving as the top assistant for the baseball program. In addition to his baseball duties, he also served as the Director of Intramurals and was an assistant within the athletic facilities office within the athletic department. McKillop left Wofford in 2006 to work for the Spartanburg County Parks and Recreation Department as the Event Manager at Cleveland Park prior to accepting the position at Chase E. Furnas & Co. in 2007. McKillop and his wife, Lora, a graduate of USC Upstate, are the proud parents of a son, Bennett, and a daughter, Lilli. The couple and their children reside in Boiling Springs.

Scott Senger

Strength & Conditioning Coach Scott Senger is in his second season as the head strength and conditioning coach at USC Upstate. Senger earned his Master’s of Science degree in Health, Nutrition and Exercise Science and his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Development and Education from North Dakota State University. Senger came to Upstate from Chesnee High School where he served in a myriad of roles from 2005-08. He served as the head athletic trainer, head speed and conditioning coach, assistant strength coach and the assistant track & field coach. He was responsible for the daily care of all athletic related injuries, education of all athletes on the importance of proper nutrition and overall body wellness and the development and implementation of strength, speed and conditioning programs to include preseason, in-season and off-season training. In addition to his experiences at Chesnee, Senger served as the Assistant Outreach Sports Medicine Coordinator for HEALTHSOUTH of Las Vegas, Nev., and the Assistant Chief Medical Officer for USA Wrestling Regional and National Events. Senger’s history in strength and conditioning began in Las Vegas from 2003-05 where he assisted with the implementation of strength and conditioning programs for Desert Pines High School, Cimar-

ron-Memorial High School, HEALTHSOUTH Performance and the Las Vegas Wranglers ECHL AA Minor Professional hockey team. He helped develop and implement strength and conditioning programs for three years with Chesnee High School from 2005-08 and is currently providing off-ice performance conditioning for the USA Hockey South Eastern District select hockey camps. Senger and his wife, Stephanie, were married on May 24, 2008.

Carol Osterfoss Business Manager

Carol Osterfoss is in her third year as the Athletics Business Manager at USC Upstate. She oversees all business operations for the Athletics Department. Osterfoss is no stranger to USC Upstate. She worked for the University from 2000-06 as the graduate coordinator in the School of Education Graduate Programs Office. Prior to her stint at Upstate, she worked in the Admissions Office at the University of South Carolina in Columbia from 1996-98. A native of Florida, Osterfoss moved to Abbeville, S.C., where she attended Abbeville High School. She graduated from Lander University with bachelor degrees in English and Business in 1989. Osterfoss and her husband, Mike, have three children: Nicholas, Trevor and Christopher.

Barbara White

Administrative Assistant Barbara White is in her sixth year as the administrative assistant, office manager, and business manager in the athletic department. She is in her 10th year overall at USC Upstate. White previously served as an administrative specialist in the advancement office at USC Upstate. White, a native of Texas, began her professional career in 1984, working as a secretary at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Florence, S.C. She served in that position for four years before accepting a similar position at the Main Street United Methodist Church in Columbia, S.C., in 1988. After eight years at the Main Street United Methodist Church, White became an administrative assistant at Wachovia Bank in Columbia in 1996. After two years of working at Wachovia, she accepted the position in the USC Upstate advancement office in 1998. White earned a Business/Secretarial certificate from Draughn Business College in Dallas, Texas, then attended North Texas State for two years.

Sports Medicine

The USC Upstate Sports Medicine Staff is responsible for the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries for all 17 intercollegiate sports teams. It is our mission to provide excellent health care with a primary emphasis on educating the studentathlete in health maintainance, as well as injury care and prevention. This emphasis extends to maintaining safety in practice and game situations, drug education programs, staying current on treatment and rehabilitation techniques and following NCAA and NATA protocols. The commitment to the student-athletes and coaches is spread over the areas of service, care and education. The USC Upstate Sports Medicine Staff, led by Associate Athletics Director Michael Sandago has more than 40 years of experience in prep, collegiate or professional athletics.

Michael Sandago Assistant AD/Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine Eric English

Assistant Athletic Trainer Eric English is in his fourth year as assistant athletic trainer in the sports medicine department at USC Upstate. In addition to his duties in athletic training, he also serves as an instructor in the physical education department. English has an extensive background in athletic training. He has served as the clinical coordinator for sports medicine for the North Broward Hospital System (Fla.) from 2001-06 overseeing 22 athletic trainers. In addition, he was a teacher and athletic trainer for Broward County Public Schools. He was the head athletic trainer at Western High School from 1997-2001 and at Cypress Bay High School from 2001-06. A native of Washington Court House, Ohio, he played football and wrestled for Miami Trace High School for three years. He moved with his family to Spartanburg after his junior year and graduated from Dorman High School in 1982. English and his wife, Kim, have a daughter, Sarah.

Brent Smith

Assistant Athletic Trainer Brent Smith is in his sixth year as an assistant athletic trainer at USC Upstate. Smith came to USC Upstate after working with the sports medicine department of the Cape Fear Wild Cats Arena Football League team in 2004. Prior to his stint with the Wild Cats, he was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at UNC Pembroke from 2002-04 while working on his master’s degree in physical education. He assisted with men’s soccer, wrestling and baseball at UNCP.

While in graduate school, he also worked as a physical therapist aid for Raleigh Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Specialists in 2003 and was an intern with the Carolina Cobras Arena Football League team in 2002. He worked with the N.C. State football team as an intern from 2001-02. Smith graduated from UNC Pembroke in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. While at the school he served as a student athletic trainer working with the volleyball, soccer, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, track and field and cheerleading teams. Smith and his wife, Karen, were married on June 3, 2006 and have a newborn son, Hudson.

Deanna Rosato

Assistant Athletic Trainer Deanna Rosato is in her second year as an assistant athletic trainer at USC Upstate. Rosato came to Upstate after completing the requirements for a Master’s degree in Applied Exercise Physiology at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. While at the school, she served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer working with the football and softball programs. Prior to her stint at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, she served as a student athletic trainer at Oregon State while pursuing her undergraduate degree in athletic training. She was a student under Michael Sandago, Upstate’s current Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine, during her first three years of college. Rosato worked closely with the Beavers softball and men’s basketball programs and graduated in 2007. Rosato is ATC certified and a member of the NATA and SCATA organizations. She is originally from Lafayette, La., but moved to Katy, Texas, while in high school and graduated from Cinco Rach High School.

Dr. Steven Singleton Team Physician

Dr. Steven Singleton serves as the team physician for USC Upstate athletics. Dr. Singleton provides on-site care for Spartan athletes as well as game coverage. With more than a decade of experience, he is an expert at diagnosing problems and designing programs intended to achieve optimal results. The physician, athletic training staff and student-athlete work together as a team toward the goal of full recovery. Dr. Singleton has treated patients from all walks of life, including recreational and elite athletes from all over the world. Upstate athletes also benefit from a relationship with Proaxis Physical Therapy. The professionals at Proaxis bring together innovative methodology, advanced research and proven skills to achieve excellent results. Dr. Steven Singleton, started his own sports medicine practice in 2009 after a distinguished career at the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas and will continue his relationship with Upstate athletics. He is a sports medicine specialist with expertise in shoulder, elbow, knee and foot/ankle reconstructive surgery. A graduate of Stanford University and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dr. Singleton served his fellowship with the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic in 1997. Prior to his move to Spartanburg, Dr. Singleton was the team orthopedic surgeon for the Texas Rangers and Fort Worth Cats baseball clubs.

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Athletics Association/Compliance

Athletics Association The Spartans Athletic Association is an avenue by which donors can support the athletic programs. With more than 530 individuals and companies in the Association, the Spartan Athletic Association has been able to help the athletic department achieve several initiatives. It is an exciting time in the USC Upstate Athletic Department! With the move to the Division I Atlantic Sun Conference, there will be more exposure for our university, teams, student-athletes and coaches. Our donors and corporate partners will be able to be recognized in many different ways with this move forward. In order for USC Upstate athletics to be successful in the A-Sun, we must continue to recruit more members for our Athletic Association. As mentioned earlier, individuals and companies are stepping up to financially support our student-athletes and coaches to assist them with being successful both

in the classroom and in their respective competitive sport. Please consider joining the Spartans Athletics Association today. Donations can be made in general to the athletic association or can be made specifically to benefit a particular program or programs. There are several different giving levels in which to participate. Each level has its own rewards to be received by the donor, everything from all-sport passes to golf shirts. Currently, the athletic department is raising funds for several capital projects, including improvements to our basketball facilities, as well as funding for the new track & field complex and continuing improvements to Harley Park, Cyrill Stadium and the USC Upstate Tennis Complex. Please direct any questions you may have to athletic director Mike Hall at (864) 503-5140, or development director Jules Bryant at (864) 503-5143.

Cleveland S. Harley talks during the 2008 golf tournament named in his honor, which serves as a fundraiser for the athletic department.

Athletics Association / Compliance A Brief Guide To NCAA Rules For Alumni, Faculty And Friends “Institutional control” of athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA legislation. As such, the USC Upstate is responsible for ensuring that members of the faculty and staff, coaches, student-athletes, alumni, donors, boosters and friends of the institution comply with all applicable NCAA rules. The information below is intended to provide a basic overview of NCAA rules governing USC Upstate alumni, faculty and friends. Because of the complexity of the rules, the following does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively. USC Upstate appreciates your interest and support but reminds you an inappropriate contact or action on your part can jeopardize the eligibility of a prospective or enrolled student-athlete and the university. If you have specific questions, please contact Upstate’s Compliance Office at (864) 503-5793. Compliance with NCAA rules is of the highest priority for our athletics program and institution. Even the best-intentioned action on your part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Please remember to ASK before you ACT. You Are Considered A “Representative Of USC Upstate’s Athletics Interests” (i.e., a booster) if you: • Have ever made any type of financial or in-kind contribution to the athletics department, to a specific sport program, or to an athletics booster organization, including purchasing season tickets to athletics events. • Are or have been a member of any organization or agency promoting USC Upstate athletics. • Have ever helped to arrange or have provided employment for an enrolled student-athlete, a prospective student-athlete, or their parents or relatives. • Have ever assisted in any manner in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes. • Have ever provided benefits to enrolled studentathletes or their families. • Have otherwise promoted the institution’s athletics program in any manner.

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pect’s relatives or friends, to receive money or financial aid of any kind. • Providing transportation for a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or friends to visit our campus. • Providing free tickets or tickets at a reduced cost for prospects or the prospect’s relatives or friends to attend an athletic event. • Entertaining high school, preparatory school or community college coaches.

Boosters Are Permitted To: • Notify our coaches about prospects that may be strong additions to our teams. • Attend high school or two-year college athletic contests or other events where prospects compete, however, boosters may not contact the prospect or the prospect’s relatives. • Continue existing friendships with families of prospects, but boosters may not attempt to recruit the prospect. • Employ a prospect after they have graduated from high school or a two-year college. • Boosters MAY provide enrolled student-athletes with an occasional home meal, provided the meal takes place at the booster’s home and NOT at a local establishment. The meal may be catered and must be limited to infrequent or special occasions. The Compliance Office must approve all such meals.

Rules Governing Contacts With And Benefits For Student-Athletes NCAA legislation expressly prohibits university supporters from providing “extra benefits” to enrolled student-athletes or their families. An extra benefit is any special arrangement to provide a studentathlete or his/her family a benefit not authorized by NCAA legislation. In general, boosters may not provide anything or make special arrangements for student-athletes or their families that are not available to the general student population.

A prospective student-athlete (a prospect) is: any person who has begun classes for the ninth grade. A prospective student-athlete remains a prospect even after he or she has signed a National Letter of Intent or accepts an offer of financial aid to attend USC Upstate. The prospect remains a prospect until they report for the first day of classes for a regular term (fall or spring), they participate in a regular squad practice or competition, or officially register and enroll and attend classes during the summer prior to initial enrollment and receive institutional athletics aid. Boosters Are Prohibited From: • Contacting a prospect in person on or off our campus. • Writing or telephoning a prospect or a member of the prospect’s family. • Making arrangements for a prospect or the pros-

Prohibited “Extra Benefits” Include, But Are Not Limited To: • Providing cash or loans in any amount. • Signing or co-signing for a loan or guarantee of bond. • Use of an automobile or other personal property (e.g., boats, summer homes, stereos). • Gifts of any kind, including birthday cards, flowers, holiday gifts and gifts of clothing or equipment. • Any tangible items, including merchandise. • Free or reduced-cost services, rentals, or purchases (e.g., car repairs, legal services, haircuts, meals at local restaurants). • Purchasing complimentary admissions from a student-athlete. • Providing an honorarium to a student-athlete for a speaking engagement. • Providing typing services or other costs associated with school projects or reports.

The Atlantic Sun Conference

Perrish Goggins 2009 Outdoor T&F High Jump, Long Jump Champion

Emily Tangwar 2009 Indoor T&F 5,000-Meters Champions

Justin Crawford 2009 Indoor & Outdoor T&F Champion

This is the Atlantic Sun For more than 30 years the Atlantic Sun Conference has stood for achievement with integrity in both the academic and athletic arenas with a focus on the balance between the two for its student-athletes. The A-Sun boasts a blend of the most dynamic and prestigious private and public institutions in the region, with all committed to the conference goal of Building Winners for Life. The experience for a student-athlete in the A-Sun is supported by the entire university community, from coaches to faculty, and from the CEO’s to the athletic and academic support staff. Atlantic Sun studentathletes compete in outstanding facilities throughout the conference and in some of top markets in the Southeast. Eight A-Sun schools compete in the top 10 media markets within the conference’s five-state footprint. With All-America selections, National All-Academic honorees, teams and individuals qualifying for and advancing in NCAA Championship play, A-Sun student-athletes achieve at the highest levels of collegiate athletics. ACADEMIC SUCCESS Continuing a tradition of academic achievement, more than 57 percent of all student-athletes earned All-Academic status during the 2008-09 academic year. Fifteen student-athletes earned places on the 2008-09 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic AllDistrict Teams. Belmont led the impressive institutional totals in the race for the All-Academic Trophy for the seventh time in eight years with 66.5 percent of its the student-athletes achieving All-Academic status with grade point averages of a 3.00, or better. Belmont senior Andy Wicke, Jacksonville senior Jeremy Gillan, Lipscomb junior Kellie Sirus and Campbell senior Karlie Love earned spots on CoSIDA/ESPN the

Magazine Academic All-America teams. Lipscomb’s men and women track and field teams and the women’s cross country team ranked among the top 10 GPAs in NCAA Division I, in being recognized as All-Academic Scholar Teams from the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The Belmont men’s cross country team posted the fifthhighest GPA, according to the USTFCCCA. Wicke, one of the Bruins’ most celebrated studentathletes, shared the conference’s male Scholar Athlete of the Year award and earned the conference’s Postgraduate Scholarship. Mercer’s Chereese Rowe earned the conference’s second Postgraduate Scholarship. Wicke earned national acclaim as he became one of just two men’s basketball players to receive an educational grant through the NCAA postgraduate scholarship program. For his dedicated academic success and community service, Wicke landed on the Lowe’s All-Senior All-America Second Team and was one of 10 finalists for the Lowe’s Senior Class Award. ATHLETIC SUCCESS For the second straight season, the A-Sun made early headlines on the hardwood as Mercer, under new head coach Bob Hoffman, went on the road and defeated Alabama and Auburn within a four-day span, shooting the Bears up to the top spot in the RPI. At the General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Championship, ETSU ended Belmont’s three-year reign, winning its first A-Sun Tournament title and making the NCAA field for the eighth time. During the Championship, Courtney Pigram became just the second player in league history to reach the 2000- point plateau. Two players could reach that mark this season in Mercer’s James Florence and Campbell’s Jonathan Rodriguez. Florence and Campbell begin the season as the second- and third-highest active scorers in the nation. During the baseball season, three A-Sun hurlers, Lipscomb’s Rex Brothers and Kennesaw State’s duo of Chad Jenkins and Kyle Heckathorn moved up the draft boards of Major League teams with every

dominating performance. Brothers turned in one of the league’s top single-season strikeout performances; Jenkins posted a 41-inning scoreless streak and Heckathorn capped his season with a dominating 15-strikeout performance against UNF, earning National Player of the Week honors. On draft night, Jenkins became just the seventh A-Sun player to be a first-round selection, going to the Blue Jays. In the supplemental phase of the first round, the Rockies picked Rex Brothers and the Brewers tabbed Heckathorn. In softball, the conference turned in one of its finest seasons in history, especially during the non-conference season. Against out-of-conference opposition, A-Sun schools posted a .602 win percentage, the fifth-highest in the nation, trailing only the SEC, Pac10, ACC and Big 12. Five schools finished with win percentages better than .600 and FGCU and Mercer reached the 40-win mark. The Eagles established a league record for win percentage at .839 in posting a 47-9 record. For the second-consecutive May, Campbell emerged victorious at the A-Sun Championship, led by the dominating performance of MVP Brittany Stanley. She pitched all 31 innings, recorded two shutouts and struck out 26 against only two walks. One of the most dominating athletes in Atlantic Sun history closed out her career in Jacksonville’s Natasha Harvey. She led the Dolphins team titles in both Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field for a fourthstraight year and won the inaugural MVP honors at both meets as well as the Most Outstanding Field Performer award. During her four years, she won a combined 18 individual events, five Most Outstanding Performer awards, both Most Outstanding Freshman performers in addition to the two MVP honors. Off the track, she won the A-Sun’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year Award, was the A-Sun’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award and appeared on the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic team for a fourth-straight year.

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The Freshmen

2009 USC Upstate Volleyball

1 Emily Sanders S • 5-6 • Fr. Sullivan, Ill.

3 Karla Andree DS • 5-8 • Sr. Cypress, Calif.

10 Katie Downey MB • 6-0 • Jr. Belleville, Ill.

Jennifer Calloway Head Coach 14th Year

4 Megan Healey L • 5-6 • Jr. St. Louis, Mo.

11 Paige Weiland OH • 5-11 • Fr. Atlanta, Ga.

Ashley Stathas Assistant Coach 3rd Year

6 Morgan Bucciferro S • 5-9 • Sr. Shorewood, Ill.

12 Morgan Thomas MB • 6-0 • So. Plantation, Fla.

Brittany Harry Volunteer Assistant 1st Year

7 Mindy Quimby OH • 5-10 • Fr. Keenesburg, Colo.

8 Jane Hawryliw OH • 6-0 • So. N. Battleford, Sasketchewan

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13 Kelsie Queen OH • 5-11 • So. Blythewood, S.C.

Erin Jacobsen OH • 6-1 • Jr. Virginia, Minn.

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