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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

2007 GSC Tournament Participant

2008 GSC Tournament Participant

2009 WEST ALABAMA TIGER VOLLEYBALL Table Of Contents/Quick Facts .............................................................1 2009 Schedule ....................................................................................2-3 2009 Roster ...........................................................................................4 UWA Sports Information.......................................................................5 Gulf South Conference ..........................................................................6 The University of West Alabama ...........................................................7 Dr. Richard D. Holland, President .........................................................8 Dr. E. J. Brophy, Director of Athletics ...................................................9 UWA Athletic Staff ..............................................................................10 UWA Head Coaches ...........................................................................11 Head Coach Tabitha Turner ................................................................12 Assistant Coach Peter Cruz, Jr./GA Edoli Herrion ..............................13 2009 Tigers.....................................................................................14-24 2009 Opponents ............................................................................25-28 GSC East Division Series/Dig For The Cure .......................................29 All-Time Series Records.......................................................................30 2008 Results ........................................................................................31 2008 Statistics ......................................................................................32 2008 Gulf South Conference Volleyball...............................................33 2008 UWA Volleyball Seniors ..............................................................34 All-Time Results ..............................................................................35-37 Yearly Records .....................................................................................38 UWA Volleyball Award Winners..........................................................39 UWA All-Time Roster..........................................................................40 Individual Season Records ...................................................................41 Individual Career Records ...................................................................42 Individual Match Records.....................................................................43 Team Match Records ...........................................................................44 UWA In The GSC Tournament............................................................44

UNIVERSITY Location .....................................................................Livingston, Alabama Founded ............................................................................................1835 Enrollment ........................................................................................4,888 President ................................................................... Dr. Richard Holland Director of Athletics ..........................................................Dr. E.J. Brophy Nickname .............................................................................................. Tigers School Colors ...........................................................................Red and White Conference..................................................................Gulf South Conference Facility ............................................................................................. Pruitt Hall UWA Athletic Web Site ........................................................athletics.uwa.edu Athletic Department Fax Number ..........................................(205) 652-3600

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.............................................................................. Tabitha Turner Alma Mater ....................................................... Campbell University, 2007 Years At UWA .......................................................................... First Season Record at UWA ....................................................................... First Season Overall Record......................................................................... First Season Assistant Coach .........................................................................Peter Cruz, Jr. Alma Mater ..........................................University of North Carolina, 2003 Graduate Assistant Coach ..........................................................Edoli Herrion Alma Mater .................................................................West Alabama, 2004 UWA Volleyball Office Phone..................................................(205) 652-3459 Fax ......................................................................................(205) 652-3600 2008 Record ........................................................................................... 22-11 GSC Record................................................................................................ 7-5

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL AUGUST SUNDAY

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! - Southern Wesleyan 3 p.m.

! - Armstrong Atlantic State, 11 a.m.

! - Erskine 7 p.m.

! - Mars Hill 3 p.m.

! - Anderson University Invitational (Anderson, SC) ALL TIMES CENTRAL STANDARD TIME

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Stillman College 6:30 p.m. Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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Jackson State 7 p.m. Jackson, Miss.

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ALABAMA A&M 7 P.M. LIVINGSTON, ALA.

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# - Nova Southeastern 10:30 a.m. # - PR-Rio Piedras 5 p.m.

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$ -Henderson State 10 a.m.

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24 * WEST FLORIDA 7 P.M. LIVINGSTON, ALA.

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^ - Carolina Challenge (Banner Elk, NC) # - West Florida Regional Crossover (Pensacola, Fla.) $ - Played at the University of North Alabama (Florence, Ala.) * - Gulf South Conference Match % - Played at Christian Brothers University (Memphis, Tenn.) ALL TIMES CENTRAL STANDARD TIME

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^ - Henderson State University Invitational (Arkadelphia, Ark.) * - Gulf South Conference Match ALL TIMES CENTRAL STANDARD TIME

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7 * Valdosta State 3 p.m. Valdosta, Ga.

* West Georgia 6 p.m. Carrollton, Ga.

* UAH 7 p.m. Huntsville, Ala..

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* - Gulf South Conference Match • GSC Tournament hosted by GSC West Champion • ALL TIMES CENTRAL STANDARD TIME

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

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Casey BYRNES Jessica CROOK Jazlyn WRIGHT Brittany DYE Chanelle ESTEBAN Jordan KENT Hilary LOBENSTEIN Cassie MONTGOMEY Leah BELL Ana Gabriela PEDROSA Alexis McHALE Kasi PARDUE Thais HOLLERBACH Brittney COUSIN

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Leah BELL Casey BYRNES Brittney COUSIN Jessica CROOK Brittany DYE Chanelle ESTEBAN Thais HOLLERBACH Jordan KENT Hilary LOBENSTEIN Alexis McHALE Cassie MONTGOMERY Kasi PARDUE Ana Gabriela PEDROSA Jazlyn WRIGHT

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DS DS/S OH/MB OH/MB S L OH MH OH S DS MB OH OH/MB

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So.-1L Sr.-3L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Sr.-1L Jr.TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-2L So.-1L So.-TR Jr.-TR Sr.-3L

Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-3L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Jr.-TR Sr.-1L Jr.TR So.-1L Fr. -HS So.-TR Sr.-2L Sr.-3L

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

Robertsdale, Ala. (Robertsdale HS) Ohatchee, Ala. (Ohatchee HS) Snellville, Ga. (Shiloh HS) Carrolton, Texas (Newman Smith HS) Hawaii Kai, Hawaii (College of Southern Idaho) Decatur, Ala. (Northwest Shoals CC) Deerfield, Wisc. (South Alabama) Russellville, Ala. (Russellville HS) Jacksonville, Ala. (Jacksonville HS) Belo Hortzonte, Brazil (Ball State) Sugar Land, Texas (Stephen F. Austin HS) Vincent, Ala. (Central Alabama CC) Porto Alegre, Brazil (Northeastern JC) Stone Mountain, Ga. (Southwest Dekalb HS)

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

Jacksonville, Ala. (Jacksonville HS) Robertsdale, Ala. (Robertsdale HS) Stone Mountain, Ga. (Southwest Dekalb HS) Ohatchee, Ala. (Ohatchee HS) Carrolton, Texas (Newman Smith HS) Hawaii Kai, Hawaii (College of Southern Idaho) Porto Alegre, Brazil (Northeastern JC) Decatur, Ala. (Northwest Shoals CC) Deerfield, Wisc. (South Alabama) Sugar Land, Texas (Stephen F. Austin HS) Russellville, Ala. (Russellville HS) Vincent, Ala. (Central Alabama CC) Belo Hortzonte, Brazil (Ball State) Snellville, Ga. (Shiloh HS)

COACHING STAFF/SUPPORT STAFF HEAD COACH: ASSISTANT COACH: GRADUATE ASSISTANT: ATHLETIC TRAINER:

Tabitha Turner (Campbell, 2007)) • First Season Peter Cruz, Jr. (North Carolina, 2003) Edoli Herrion (West Alabama,2004) Whitney Smith, ATC

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE/COUNTRY Alabama (6) Decatur Jordan Kent Jacksonville Leah Bell Ohatchee Jessica Crook Robertsdale Casey Byrnes Russellville Cassie Montgomery Vincent Kasi Pardue Georgia (2) Snellville Jazlyn Wright Stone Mountain Brittney Cousin

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Hawaii (1) Hawaii Kai Chanelle Esteban Texas (2) Carrolton Brittany Dye Sugar Land Alexis McHale Wisconsin (1) Deerfield Hilary Lobenstein Brazil (2) Belo Hortzonte Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Porto Alegre Thais Hollerbach

University 2009Administration Roster

BY CLASSIFICATION Seniors (6) Brittney Cousin Jessica Crook Chanelle Esteban Jordan Kent Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Jazlyn Wright Juniors (2) Thais Hollerbach Hilary Lobenstein Sophomores (3) Casey Byrnes Alexis McHale Kasi Pardue Freshmen (3) Leah Bell Brittany Dye Cassie Montgomery

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL COACH/ATHLETE INTERVIEWS Please make arrangements for all interviews with West Alabama student-athletes and coaches through Assistant Sports Information Director Tony Schmidt by calling (205) 652-3596. UWA student-athletes are also routinely available for interviews following practice sessions and competitions, following the NCAA 10-minute cooling off period. No athlete telephone numbers will be given out. Please respect this policy and coordinate ALL athlete/coach interviews through the UWA Sports Information Office. MEDIA SERVICES The UWA Sports Information Office compiles and distributes statistics amd notes prior to each match and complete game results at the conclusion of competition. Following each game, box scores will be distributed via Fax to the sports onformation office of the visiting school and, upon request, to media outlets. WIRELESS INTERNET Wireless internet access is available at Pruitt Hall. For more information please contact the UWA Sports Information Office. RADIO INFORMATION Phone lines for radio broadcasts are available at Pruitt Hall. Please notify the UWA Sports Information Office prior to the match to make sure the lines are activated. DIRECTIONS TO PRUITT HALL From Interstate 20/59: Exit 17, Highway 28 East to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus. From US Highway 80: Highway 28 West to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus. UWA ON THE INTERNET Visit the official West Alabama Athletics home page on the Internet at: www.athletics.uwa.edu. The site offers up-to-date information on all of UWA’s 10 NCAA varsity sports, including schedules and results, player andcoach biographies as well as the latest news from each UWA athletic program. The site provides links to the NCAA and the Gulf South Conference. GSC WEEKLY RELEASE The Gulf South Conference sends out weekly releases and updated stats throughout the season. The releases include updated team notes, conference players of the week along with league standings. GSC MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Asst. Commissioner for Media & Public Affairs Michael Anderson - (205) 991-9980 gscsid@mindspring.com Assistant Sports Information Director Michael Banks - (205) 991-9980 banks@highspd.com Assistant Sports Information Director (VB Contact) Eric SanInocencio - (205) 991-9980 gscassistantsid@mindspring.com GSC Official Web Site www.GulfSouthConference.org

UWA SPORTS INFORMATION

Kyle Lewis Sports Information Director Phone .................................. 205-652-3719 E-Mail .............................klewis@uwa.edu

Tony Schmidt Assistant Sports Information Director Phone .................................. 205-652-3596 E-Mail ........................ tschmidt@uwa.edu

UWA ATHLETICS ON THE SOCIAL NETWORKS Follow the University of West Alabama on the social networks Twitter and Facebook. Twitter: UWAAthletics

Facebook: The University of West Alabama

UWA VOLLEYBALL ON B2 NETWORK UWA athletics and other selected campus events will be available for fans to view both live and On-Demand. Broadcasts will be aired through the school’s website at http://athletics.uwa.edu as well as www.b2tv.com. Fans wanting to watch Tiger athletics via B2 Networks will need a high-speed Internet connection and a current version of Microsoft Windows Media Player. Games will be sold on an individual basis for $7 (US) and season packages for football and basketball will also be available. B2 Networks is a premier provider of reliable and secure international television and pay-per-view broadcasting systems.

University Media Information Administration

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Academic excellence, 41 National Championships and a leadership role in the NCAA’s Division II make the Gulf South Conference (GSC) something special. As a charter member of D-II, the league’s 15 universities in six southeastern states enter the 37th year of setting the standards nationally, always breaking new ground. In the summer of 1970, six college presidents met to talk about athletics; when the meeting ended, a new league emerged—the Mid-South Conference—started by, and to this day run by, the CEOs, the first in NCAA history. To this day, it is that CEOcontrol and involvement that makes the league work and its 14 championships (football; men’s & women’s cross country and soccer; volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball, tennis and golf; softball and baseball) so bitterly contested. From that point forward, the Gulf South Conference has been giant steps ahead of the D-II pack. Dating back to 1997, the league has found neutral sites paying sizeable guarantees for most of its team championships. NCAA Conventions regularly feature GSC-proposed or inspired legislation. No one wins more regionals or earns more NCAA post-season bids. In 2004, the league purchased its own new construction office space. But the crowning moment came last year, when the GSC debuted its highly successful “GSC-TV Live” package of nine football games and its basketball finals. Add to that its web-TV show, “GSC Sports Weekly,” and you can see why 2005-06 was so special and why 2006-07 should be even better. We take pride in our 41 National Team Championships in 12 sports and more than 100 regional titles, especially because there is no sacrifice on the academic side, where GSC student-athletes regularly earn Academic All-America. The Conference added one more National Title to its resume in 2005-06 when Valdosta State captured its first-ever NCAA Men’s Tennis Crown, marking the third consecutive GSC National Men’s Tennis Championship (West Florida “back-to-backed” (deleted words, added quotes) in 2004 and 2005). Delta State, Florence State (now North Alabama), Jacksonville State, Livingston (now West Alabama), Tennessee-Martin and Troy State were the charter members who launched the league. Scheduling problems for the 1970-71 ac-

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ademic year limited the GSC to football, won by Jacksonville State. In 1971, the addition of Southeast Louisiana (SELA) and Nichols State increased the membership to eight. The league opened an office in Hammond, LA, changed its name to the Gulf South Conference and began championships in nine men’s sports. Mississippi College and Northwestern LouiNathan N. Salant siana (NWLA, now Northwestern State) Commissioner joined in 1972 and two years later, NELA left for Division I with SELA and Nicholls State following in 1979. The conference continued with seven teams until 1981, when the CEOs admitted Valdosta State, followed by West Georgia (1983). In 1991, TennesseeMartin and Troy State went Division I, briefly dropping the GSC back to seven members, before the beginning of an expansion resulting in ten new members: Eric SanInocencio Lincoln Memorial (1992-93); AlabamaVB Media Relations Huntsville, Henderson State, Central Arkansas and Mississippi University for Women (1993-94); West Florida (1994-95); and Arkansas-Monticello, Arkansas Tech, Montevallo and Southern Arkansas (1995-96). Jacksonville State went Division I at the end of 1992-93. Mississippi College dropped to Division III at the end of 1995-96, and was replaced by Christian Brothers to keep the Conference at 16 schools. In July 2000, the GSC welcomed Harding University and Ouachita Baptist University, making it the largest NCAA conference at any level with 18 schools. MUW dropped its athletics program at the end of the 2002-03 season, decreasing the membership to 17. The Conference decreased to 15 teams in 2006-07 when Central Arkansas moved to Division I and Lincoln Memorial moved to the South Atlantic Conference. Former Commissioner Jim McCullough moved the GSC office to Birmingham. The current Commissioner, Nathan (Nate) N. Salant, has been in office since October, 1992. MEMBER INSTITUTIONS University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM) Arkansas Tech University (ATU) Christian Brothers University (CBU) Delta State University (DSU) Harding University (HU) Henderson State University (HSU) University of North Alabama (UNA) Ouachita Baptist University (OBU) Southern Arkansas University (SAU) Valdosta State University (VSU) University of West Alabama (UWA) University of West Florida (WFU) University of West Georgia (UWG)

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Bibb Graves Hall

The University of West Alabama is a fully accredited state institution with a nationwide reputation for its outstanding student body and faculty members. West Alabama is small enough that the students get to know almost everyone on campus, and guests are greeted with a friendly “Hello” from passing faculty and students. The University was founded in 1835 as a female academy, and during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was under the leadership of the colorful Miss Julia Tutwiler. Through the efforts of Miss Tutwiler, this institution became one of the most outstanding teacher colleges in the South. The University is located in Livingston, Alabama, the county seat of Sumter County, on United States Highway 11, Alabama Highway 28, and Interstate 20/59. It is 116 miles southwest of Birmingham, 130 miles west of Montgomery, and 37 miles east of Meridian, Mississippi. Although the original school site covered only seven acres, the facilities have grown, and today the campus sprawls over 574 acres, with beautiful rolling hills, woods, and a 54-acre lake. An old covered bridge, located near the George C. Wallace Union Building, reflects the mood and character of this easy, quiet, and friendly part of the state. The University of West Alabama is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor of Alabama. While recognizing a special obligation to the educational, economic, and cultural life of the community and region where it is located, the University welcomes students from more distant locales. The University is comprised of the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Education, the College of Business, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the Division of Nursing, and the School of Graduate Studies. It offers the Associate in Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master

of Arts in Teaching, Master of Education and Master of Science in Continuing Education degrees. Additionally, the University’s College of Education, College of Business, and Division of Nursing are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, The Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, and the National League of Nursing, respectively. The University’s accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools gives regional and national recognition to credits and degrees earned at the University. The student body of some 4,888 comes from Alabama and many other states. Of the teaching faculty, well over 50 percent hold earned doctorates and more than 65 percent have at least one year of education beyond the master’s degree.

UNIVERSITY FACTS Founded: 1835 Location: Livingston, Ala. President: Dr. Richard D. Holland Enrollment: 4,888 Geographic: 70% in-state; 30 % out-of-state Student/Teacher Ratio: 18 to 1 Faculty: 72% hold doctoral degrees Average Costs: 9,469 in-state; 14,069 out-of-state Academic Emphasis: Liberal Arts, Business, Education Natural Sciences & Mathmatics, Technology, Nursing

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Dr. Richard D. Holland University President

In 2002, Dr. Richard D. Holland became the tenth President of the University of West Alabama, founded in 1835. He earned his bachelor and master’s degree in Biology at the University of West Alabama and his Ph.D. in Botany at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Prior to becoming President, he served as a Professor of Biology and Dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at UWA. Holland’s contributions to the University, the community, and the State of Alabama are numerous. His areas of service include: Chair of UWA’s Reaffirmation Self-Study Committee for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1991 and 2002; Chair of the University Senate for five terms; Member of the Board of Directors for the UWA Foundation; Member of the Council of Arts and Sciences Deans and Council of Presidents for the Alabama Commission on Higher Education; Member of the President’s Council of the Higher Education Partnership of Alabama; State of Alabama Liaison to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities; Chair of the Sumter County Historical Society; Member of the Board of Directors of the Sumter County Fine Arts Council; Member of the Board of Directors and President of the Sumter County Historical Society; Member and Treasurer of the City of Livingston Beautification Committee; Member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Alabama Wildflower Society; Member of the Alabama Advisory Committee on Roadside Plantings; Member of the Board of Directors of the Nature Conservancy Chapter of Alabama; Member of the Onsite Wastewater Management Committee of the Alabama Department of Public Heath; Member of the Board of the Tombigbee RC&D Council; Chair of the West Alabama Regional Alliance; Member of the Board of Directors of the Black Belt Community Foundation; Member of the Governor’s

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Black Belt Action Commission; Chair of the Alabama Medical Education Consortium and the Black Belt Health Scholars Partnership; and is the recipient of the Silver Beaver Award presented by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America for distinguished service to youth. Dr. Holland has been honored by his peers in the academic community, by his students, and to his fellow UWA Alumni. His honors include; UWA Society of the Golden Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega; the Alpha Chi National Honor Society; Recipient of the UWA Gilbert Award for Outstanding Teaching in 1994 and 1990; UWA Faculty Loyalty Award; Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Conservation Districts, Area III; Sterling’s Who’s Who International; Charter Member of the UWA Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi; and the Beta Beta Beta National Biological Society.

Board Of Trustees Governor of Alabama His Excellency Governor Bob Riley State Superintendent of Education Dr. Joe Morton Mrs. Jean Dearman Anderson ..................................... Montgomery, Ala. Mr. Thomas Ballow, Jr. ................................................. Montgomery, Ala. Mr. Terry Bunn.................................................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mrs. Margaret Lovett .................................................Muscle Shoals, Ala. Mr. John Nothcutt .......................................................... Demopolis, Ala. Mr. Willie Bruce O’Neal ................................................Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Alex Saad ....................................................................... Daphne, Ala. Mr. John Smith ............................................................. Montgomery, Ala. Mr. Thed Spree..................................................................... Boligee, Ala.

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Dr. E. J. Brophy Director of Athletics

Dr. E. J. Brophy enters his fourth year as Director of Athletics at

the University of West Alabama after serving as Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from March 2005 through May 2006. Brophy, who has nearly 17 years of experience as a professional athlete, collegiate coach and university athletic administrator, joined the UAB athletic department in January 2003 as Assistant Director of Athletic Development. A Montgomery, Ala., native, Brophy was responsible for athletic fund-raising, day-to-day operations of the Blazer Club scholarship organization, game-day hospitality for donors at Blazer football and basketball games and various other duties. In March, 2005, Brophy was named Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs and continued coordinating the Blazer Club scholarship fund and all basketball and football priority seating. After an all-conference baseball career at UAB from 1989-1992, Brophy was drafted as a 37th-round selection by the Philadelphia Phillies and spent four seasons in their minor league system, reaching the Triple-A level in 1995. At the conclusion of his playing career, Brophy was named assistant baseball coach at Samford University in 1996 and held the same post at the University of Montevallo in 1998. He was the head baseball coach at Wallace Community College in Selma, Ala., from August 1998 until January 2003. In recognition of gaining his 100th collegiate coaching victory in 2002, he was named to the Alabama and American Baseball Coaches Century Club. Brophy graduated from UAB in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education, and also earned a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from UAB in 1998. He received a PhD from UAB in Educational Leadership in August 2009.

Brophy has led the charge in improving UWA’s athletics facilities, including renovations to Tiger Football Stadium, the UWA Football Practice Facility, the Tartt Baseball Complex, Pruitt Gymnasium and the UWA Softball Facility. These upgrades have included the erection of a new softball lockerroom, the creation of the Cross Country Clubhouse and upgrades to lockerrooms for several sports such as football, men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball. Brophy also supervised the completion and final funding for the 41,000 square foot Dora Dahlberg Beard Indoor Practice Facility for baseball and softball. In the area of fundraising, Brophy enhanced the university’s booster club by giving it a new name – The Tiger Club – which along with a newly developed corporate sponsorship program has procured over $750,000 since its inception in 2006. Brophy also was instrumental in negotiating corporate partnerships with Coca-Cola and Adidas, as well as new radio broadcast agreements and expanding the visibility of the overall sports program. During Brophy’s tenure at UWA, the Tigers have won two Gulf South East Division baseball titles (2007, 2009), participated in two NCAA baseball regionals (2008, 2009), made the NCAA men’s tennis tournament for the first time in school history (2009) and tied the school record for softball wins (2009). Brophy has served as a member of the NCAA Division II Regional Baseball Committee since 2007, and was recently named to the NCAA Division II Basketball Committee. Brophy was also recently named to the Papa Johns.Com Bowl Committee in Birmingham, Ala. for 2009-10. Brophy is married to the former Cindy Wooten of Birmingham, Ala. They have two children: son Brooks, 10, and daughter Bailey, 7.

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Tracey Dahlen

Seale Broughton

Admin. Assistant Football/AthleticTraining

Softball Assistant Coach

Sam Gregg

Andy Greening Football Assistant Coach

Football Assistant Coach

Betsy Harris

Derek Hill

Women’s Basketball Associate Head Coach

Football Assistant Coach

Brad Montgomery

Tony Oglesby

Head Athletic Trainer, MAT, ATC

David Steed

Baseball Assistant Coach

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Luie

Mascot

Athletic Department Staff

Penny Dew

Special Assistant to the Director of Athletics

Andy Grubbs

Associate Athletic Trainer, MEd, ATC

Mike Jones

Baseball Assistant Coach

Dee Outlaw Compliance Director

Joe Eatmon

Dr. R.T. Floyd

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

EdD, ATC, CSCS Dir. Athletic Training & Sports Medicine

Shanna Grubbs

Will Hall

Assistant Athletic Trainer, MAT, ATC

Desmond Lindsey Football Assistant Coach

Kyle Sampsell

Assistant Athletic Trainer, MAT , ATC

Football Assistant Coach

Janet Montgomery

Associate Athletic Director/SWA

Mickey Smith Faculty Athletic Representative

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL WILL ATKINSON, Lambuth University • 3rd Year Guided the Tigers to a 42-17 record in 2009 en route to the program’s first berth in the GSC Tournament since 1997. The 42 wins tied the school record for wins in a season. GLEN FANELLI, University of Kentucky • 3rd Year Under the guidance of Fanelli, the UWA men’s team became the first tennis team Will Atkinson Head Coach Softball

in UWA laurels to gain a spot in the 2009 NCAA Tournament. The UWA women’s

Eddie McCarter Head Coach Men’s Basketball

squad advanced to the GSC Tournament for the second consecutive year in 2009.

AMANDA MARKS, University of North Alabama • 9th Year Guided the women’s hoops program to six GSC Tournament appearances in eight seasons as head coach. Led UWA to a pair of GSC East Division crowns and two NCAA berths.

EDDIE McCARTER, UAB • 3rd Year In his second season, McCarter led the Tigers to their first GSC Tournament apDr. Don Medeiros

Head Coach Men’s & Women’s Cross Country

pearnce in 11 seasons with a trip to the 2009 GSC Tournament. McCarter surpassed the 200-career wins plateau in 2008-09.

Chad Phipps

Head Coach Men’s & Women’s Rodeo

DR. DON MEDEIROS, Santa Clara University • 4th Year Both men’s and women’s teams turned in program-best performances in the GSC Championships, finishing 6th and 10th respectively. The men placed ninth in the NCAA South Regional, while the women finished 13th.

CHAD PHIPPS, University of Tennessee at Martin • 3rd Year Helped guide four wranglers to qualify for the Collegiate National Finals Rodeo. Coached the 2008 Ozark Region Champion, Natasha Parker, in Breakaway Roping. Gary Rundles

Glen Fanelli

Head Coach Men’s & Women’s Tennis

Head Coach Baseball

GARY RUNDLES, Carson Newman • 10th Year Has led UWA to three NCAA Regional berths along with claiming the 2008 GSC East Division title. Coached a pair of All-Americans, including two-time selection, Rob Dahlberg. BOBBY WALLACE, Mississippi State University • 4th Year Enters his 22nd season on the gridiron and has compiled 112 wins. Led University of North Alabama to three-consecutive national championships (1993-95). Tabbed GSC Coach of the Year from 1993-95.

Amanda Marks

Bobby Wallace Head Coach Football

Head Coach Women’s Basketball

UWA Head Coaches

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Tabitha Turner Head Coach • First Season Campbell, 2007

The Tiger volleyball program will be under new guidance in 2009, but there will be minimal change as a familar face of the program takes over the reins. Tabitha Turner, who was on the staff last year as assistant coach, was brought on board last spring to continue to build upon the past two volleyball campaigns. The 2009 season will launch Turner’s head coaching career. In 2008, Turner was instrumental in UWA’s 22-11 season and secondstraight trip to the Gulf South Conference Tournament. Turner came to the Livingston campus after serving as an assistant volleyball coach at Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington, N.C. The Sea Devils finished 18-5 overall and 16-4 in the Carolinas Junior College Conference in 2007. The Wilmington, N.C.-native was on the United States of America All Armed Forces women’s volleyball staff in the summer of 2008, as the USA squad competed in the 29th World Military Championships in Warendorf, Germany. The Red, White and Blue topped Canada and also stretched The Netherlands to five games. Additionally, Turner has served as a camp counselor and instructor at various volleyball camps in the state of North Carolina. Turner played collegiate volleyball career at Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C., from 2003-2006. She played in 107 matches for the Orange and Black, and as a dual position player Turner tabulated over 1,000 kills in her four seasons at CU. During her sophomore campaign, Turner was named to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference Team after leading the squad in kills (421), kills per game (3.97), service aces (44) and total blocks (490.0). She received conference player of the week honors in October of 2004 and was tabbed to the North Carolina A&T Classic and Virginia Tech Classic All-Tournament Teams. She recorded double-digit kills on 20 different occasions and carded seven double-doubles in 2004. Turner also turned in a career-best performance against Stetson with 29 kills. For her efforts as a sophomore, she was voted CU’s Most Valuable Player in 2004 and was chosen as the Campbell University Women’s

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Strength and Conditioning Award recipient. Turner earned her bachelors degree from Campbell in mass communication in 2007. She is the daughter of Roy Turner, Jr., and Rhonda Turner and has one brother, Todd.

The Tabitha Turner File Personal Birthplace: Hometown: Family;

Greensboro, NC Wilmington, NC Daughter of Roy Jr. and Rhonda Turner Brother, Todd

Education College: High School:

Campbell University, 2007 Southeast Guilford High School

Coaching Experience 2009 2008 2007 2007 2007

Head Coach, West Alabama Assistant Coach, West Alabama Assistant Coach, Cape Fear CC Assistant Coach, All Armed Forces Assistant Coach, All Marine Corps

Notable Served as assistant coach at UWA in 2008 ... A four-year starter at Campbell University from 2003-2007 ... Named Second Team All- Altantic Sun in 2004 ... Voted to the Virginia Tech Hokie Classic All-Tournament Team as a freshman ... Atlantic Sun Player of the Week in 2004 (Oct. 4) ... Member of the United States of America coahing staff in the 29th World Military Championship.

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Peter Cruz, Jr.

Edoli Herrion

Assistant Coach • First Season

Graduate Assistant • Second Season

University of North Carolina, 2003

University of West Alabama, 2005

North Carolina native Peter Cruz, Jr., is in his first season as assistant coach at the University of West Alabama, coming on board in July. Cruz joins the UWA staff after leading the Cape Fear Community College volleyball program from 2007-09. The University of North Carolina graduate led the Sea Devils to a 31-18 overall mark in his two seasons at the Wilmington, N.C. school, including an 18-win season in his first campaign. CFCC finished the Carolinas Conference with a 16-4 mark in 2007. Cruz, tutored five players to All-Conference status along with three players earning All-Tournament honors. Under Cruz, the volleyball program raised its team’s grade point average from a 2.3 to a 3.27 in his two-year stint as head coach. Cruz and Turner coached alongside each other at CFCC, as Turner assisted Cruz, Jr. during the 2007 campaign. Along with his coaching duties at CFCC, Cruz served as an assistant coach for the United States Marine Corps men’s and women’s volleyball teams last summer and this past June. Cruz helped guide the men’s team to a 6-0 mark against the Army, Navy and Air Force en route to the gold medal of the armed forces tournament. He also traveled to Germany to compete against 14 other countries in the 29th World Military Championships. The Havelock, N.C.-native has an extensive background in volleyball. At UNC, Cruz was a member of the men’s club volleyball team as a player and also served as the coach of the squad. As a player, he started at middle and right side hitter from 1999-2003. His coaching duties included fundraising and managing the team’s travel. Cruz also coached the women’s club volleyball team on the Chapel Hill campus. Prior to his two-year stint at CFCC, he guided a pair of 18-under squads with the Carolina Region High Performance Volleyball program in Greensboro, N.C. He also mentored the Cape Fear Volleyball Club in Wilmington, N.C. from November, 2007 to this past April. Cruz, earned his Bachelor of Arts, Management and Society from UNC in May, 2003.

The Peter Cruz, Jr. File Personal Birthplace: Hometown: Family;

Millington, Tenn. Havelock, NC Son of Peter and Mary Cruz Brother, Nicholas

Education College: High School:

University of North Carolina, 2003 Havlock High School

Coaching Experience 2007-09 2008-09 2009 2007-09 2002-04

Head Coach, Cape Fear CC Assistant Coach, U.S. Marine Corps Head Coach, 18-under boys - Carolina High Perfomance Volleyball Head Coach, 18-under girls - Cape Fear Volleyball Club Head Coach, UNC Club Volleyball Team

Edoli Herrion, a former four-year University of West Alabama volleyball player, enters her second year with the volleyball program as a graduate assistant. Herrion played for the Red and White from 20012004, playing two seasons fro Phillip Bryant and her final two campaigns under the guidance of Karisa Wesley. Herrion, a Daphne, Alabama-product, appeared in 136 games as a Tiger along with compiling 116 kills during her career. As a senior, Herrion ranked fifth on the team in kills with 82. She posted a career-best seven kills against Southern Arkansas. She posted three six kill performances in 2004 - vs. Lewis (Ill), UAH and Martin Methodist. As a middle blocker, she ranked second on the squad in 2004 with 56 total blocks. Herrion earned her undergraduate degree from UWA in exercise science. She is the daughter of Eddie and Lola Herrion and has four siblings, Eddie, Atlas, Leigh, Tiffeny and Mechelle.

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Jessica Crook Senior • 5-9 • OH/MB Ohatchee, Ala. Ohatchee HS

Career Honors • 2009 Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar Second Team. • 2008 Second Team All-Gulf South Conference. • 2008 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. • 2007 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. • 2006 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. 2008 Junior Played in 33 matches, started 28 of those matches … Ranked third on the team in kills with 312 … Tallied 17 double-digit kill matches, including a season-high 17 against GSC foe UAH … Ranked seventh in the Gulf South Conference in hitting percentage with a .302 clip … Credited with 87 total blocks as a junior … Carded a season-best six net stops versus Augusta State … Selected to the All-GSC Second Team … Named to the GSC Academic Honor Roll … Named to the 2009 Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar Team. 2007 Sophomore Played in all 33 matches • Posted double figure kill marks in nine matches, including a career-best 16 vs. Martin Methodist • Ranked third on the team in kills with 250 • Finished with a team-best 84 total blocks, 17 block solos • Carded a season-best six blocks in the Augusta State tilt • Named to the Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll.

2006 Freshman Played in 102 games and 28 matches • Had 187 kills, averaging 1.83 a game • Finished with a hitting percentage of .154 • Recorded 78 block assists and 14 block solos • Added 12 kills twice, both in four set matches (SAU & VSU) •Set a career-high 10 block assists against Loyola • Tied single-game career mark for assist blocks in a match against Loyola • Named to the Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. High School Ohatchee High School Played for Head Coach Mike Tucker at Ohatchee HS • Led the Indians to a two-year record of 54-44 • Earned Calhoun County Player of the Year (2004 & 2005) • Tabbed All-State (2004 & 2005) • Named All-Area and All-Region MVP (2005) in volleyball and basketball • Selected team Most Valuable Player (2004) • Holds school record for kills (1,146), service aces (214) and kills in a season (578) • Also lettered in basketball, track and softball. Personal Full name is Jessica Renea Crook • Born on October 2, 1987 • Daughter of Willie and Rita Crook • Has two brothers, Joshua and Jeremiah • Has two sisters, Jasmine and Jorda •Majoring in history education.

Crook’s Career Statistics YEAR 2006 2007 2008 Total

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GP-MP 102-28 104-33 117-33 323-94

K 187 250 312 749

E 110 107 114 331

2009 Tigers

TA 501 525 655 1681

PCT. .154 .272 .302 .249

A 12 9 16 37

SA/SE 2/14 0/0 0/2 2/16

DIG 41 44 28 113

D/G 0.40 0.42 0.24 0.35

RE 5 0 1 6

BS/BA 14/78 17/67 18/69 49/214

BE/BHE 14/3 4/10 15/2 33/15

PTS 242.0 300.5 364.5 907.0

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Jazlyn Wright Senior • 5-10 • MB Snellville, Ga. Shiloh HS

also had a season-high six kills •Named to the Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll.

Career Honors • 2008 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. • 2007 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. • 2006 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. 2008 Junior Saw action in 14 matches as a junior … Credited with a season-best four kills, a pair of digs and three blocks against Francis Marion … Posted two kills in the home finale against Martin Methodist … Member of the GSC Academic Honor Roll. 2007 Sophomore Saw action in 17 matches, played in 32 games • Posted season-bests in kills with seven in matches against Clark Atlanta, Albany State and Huntingdon • Turned in a 22 attack performance against Huntingdon • Recorded a career-high 12 digs versus Huntindon • Tallied double figure digs versus Mount Olive College and Clark Atlanta • Named to the Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll.

High School Shiloh High School Played for Head Coach Jessica Espinoza at Shiloh HS • Led Generals in aces in 2005 • Also was selected team Most Valuable Player in 2005 • Helped guide Shiloh to a 2004 Area 4-AAAAA Championship and thirdplace finish in 4-AAAAA in 2005. Personal Full name is Jazlyn Aleah Wright • Born on February 7, 1988 • Daughter of Wendell Wright and Lisa Jimerson • Has one sister, Jordyn • Has two brothers, Michael and Randall • Father played basketball at Alabama State University and Wiley College • Majoring in elementary education.

2006 Freshman Played in five games and three matches • Had six kills for the season • Recorded two block assists against Albany State • Against Albany State, Wright’s Career Statistics YEAR 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-MP 5-3 32-17 20-14 57-34

K 6 42 18 66

E 5 30 8 43

TA 17 98 54 169

PCT. .059 .122 .185 .136

A 1 1 1 3

SA/SE 0/0 8/8 0/1 8/9

DIG 1 47 3 51

D/G 0.20 1.47 0.15 0.89

RE 0 0 1 1

BS/BA 0/2 1/1 1/5 2/8

BE/BHE 0/0 0/3 1/0 1/3

2009 Tigers

PTS 7.0 51.5 21.5 80.0

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Jordan Kent Senior • 6-3 • MH Decatur, Ala. Northwest Shoals CC

Career Honors • 2008 Second Team All-Gulf South Conference. • 2008 GSC East Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 30) • 2007 Alabama CC Conference Player of the Year • 2007 First Team XXII All-Region • 2007 NJCAA Second Team All-American 2008 Junior Played in 32 matches, collecting 240 kills • Turned in a .403 hitting percentage to lead the Gulf South Conference • Led the Tiger charge in the five-set Harding setback with a team-high 19 kills • Finished eight matches with double figure kills • A mainstay at the nets leading the team in blocks with 106 • Registered a block in all but two matches • Credited with five digs at UAH • Carded a season-best seven blocks against Francis Marion • Named GSC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 30 • Earned Second Team All-GSC honors. Junior College Northwest Shoals CC Played two seasons at Northwest Shoals Community College under head coach Angie Byrd • Named the Alabama Community College Conference 2007 Player of the Year Member of the First Team XXII All-Region • Earned NJCAA Second Team All-American status as a sophomore • Voted ACCC State Tournament Most Valuable Player • Served as team captain in 2007 • Voted Patriot Classic MVP • Ranked 13th in the NJCAA Division I hitting efficiency.

YEAR 2008 Total

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GP-MP K 117-32 240 117-32 240

E 52 52

2009 Tigers

TA 466 466

PCT. ,403 ,403

High School Austin High School Attended Austin High School in Decatur, Ala. • Named All-Area First Team in back-to-back seasons (2004-05, 2005-06) by the Decatur Daily • Earned consecutive All-State honors, Second Team in 2004-05 and First Team in 2005-06 • Tabbed to the North-South All Star Team • Member of the student council at AHS and participayed in A-Club, Key Club and FCA • Played club volleyball with the Rocket City Volleyball Club in Huntsville, Ala. during her sophmore and junior years at AHS. • Earned three varsity letters in basketball at AHS and served as captain for one season. Personal Jordan Caitlin Kent was born August 21, 1988, in Decatur, Ala. • Majoring in secondary education with an emphasis in social sciences • Daughter of John and Rita Kent • Career objective is to teach and coach on the high school level • Enjoys swimming and playing tennis • Biggest thrill ever in sports was winning back-to-back state championships at NWSCC • Chose UWA because of the volleyball program and a great secondary education program.

Kent’s Career Statistics A SA/SE DIG D/G 12 2/2 24 0.21 12 2/2 24 0.21

RE 2 2

BS/BA 26/80 26/80

BE/BHE PTS 5/4 308.0 5/4 308.0

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Chanelle Esteban Senior • 5-5 • L Hawaii Kai, Hi. College of Southern Idaho

Career Honors • 2008 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll • 2007 NJCAA All-American Honorable Mention • 2007 NJCAA Academic All-American 2008 Junior Played in all 33 matches as a junior college transfer • Team leader in digs with 290, averaging 2.46 digs per set • Turned in 11 double-digit dig performances, including a season-best 18 against Harding in the GSC Tournament • Put together a string of three-consecutive double figure dig matches (at UWF, North Alabama and at Alabama A&M) • Contributed five service aces against UAM • Named to the GSC Academic Honor Roll. Junior College College Of Southern Idaho Started her collegiate career at the College of Southern Idaho, a community college in Twin Falls, Idaho • Played in 242 games at CSI and helped guide the volleyball program to 68 wins in the two seasons combined in a Golden Eagle uniform • Tallied 415 digs as a freshman and 503 in her second season • Tabbed as an National Junior College Athletic Association Honorable Mention (NJCAA) in 2007 • CSI claimed the Region 18 championship en route to a top 10 placement in the national tournament in 2007 • Led the region in digs as a freshman and listed second in the

YEAR 2008 Total

GP-MP 118-33 118-33

K 1 1

E 4 4

TA 12 12

PCT. -.250 -.250

category as a sophomore • Turned in a 25 dig performance against North Idaho last season • Combined for 58 service aces at CSI • Earned NJCAA Academic All-American honors at CSI • Member of the Phi Theta Kappa International Society at CSI • Graduated Cum Laude. High School Kaiser High School Prepped at Kaiser High School in Hawaii • Played for Sonya Sismar and Garry Loo • Three-year letter winner at KHS • Served as team captain as a senior • Oahu Interscholastic Association Honorable Mention in 2002-03, 2003-04 • Named OIA Second Team All-Star in 2004-05 • Earned OIA First Team All-Star status, named Division II First Team AllState and a member of the Division II All-State Tournament Team • KHS volleyball Most Valuable Player in 2005-06 • Guided KHS to a fifth-place finish in the Division II state tournament • Played basketball for three season and participated in track and field for one year • Participated in club volleyball for the Oahu Volleyball Club, Kaleolani VBC and Magnum 5-0 • Graduated Magna Cum Laude. Personal Chanelle Esteban was born March 8, 1988, in Honolulu, Hawaii • Majoring in environmental science • Daughter of John Esteban and Deborah Scruton, step mom Sharmane Esteban • Has four brothers - Keoni, Jake, Kaulana and Kamakani and one sister Leila • Enjoys surfing, dancing, fishing, hiking and the beach • Biggest sports influence is her father, because he always pushed her to be better.

Esteban’s Career Statistics A SA/SE DIG D/G 22 26/43 290 2.46 22 26/43 290 2.46

RE 23 23

BS/BA 0/1 0/1

BE/BHE 0/3 0/3

2009 Tigers

PTS 27.5 27.5

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Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Senior • 6-0 • OH Belo Horizonte, Brazil Ball State University

Career Honors • 2009 Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar Second Team • 2008 AVCA All-South Region Honorable Mention • 2008 First Team All-Gulf South Conference • 2008 GSC East Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 21) • 2008 GSC East Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 4) • 2008 Gulf South Conference All-Academic Team • 2008 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll • 2007 Second Team All-Gulf South Conference • 2007 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll 2008 Junior A 33 match-starter as a junior • Team leader in kills (453) and service aces (48) • Ranked fourth in the conference in kills and seventh in service aces • Registered 61 blocks and posted 265 digs as a junior • Recorded double-digit kills in 29 of the 33 matches along with nine double-doubles • In the two matches against Christian Brothers, she posted 23 and 21 kills while adding double figure digs • The 23 kill performance against CBU was a season-best • Tallied a season-best 17 digs in UWA’s season finale at the GSC Tournament in a five-set battle with Harding • Finished 2008 ranked 11th in the NCAA in kills per set (3.78) • A two-time GSC Player of the Week honoree in 2008 en route to earning First Team AllGSC accolades • Honored by the American Volleyball Coaches Association as an All-South Region Honorable Mention selection • Member of the All-GSC Academic Honor Roll • Named to the 2009 Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar Team. YEAR 2007 2008 Total

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GP-MP K E TA 104-32 340 146 745 120-33 453 178 1010 224-65 793 324 1,755

2009 Tigers

PCT. .260 .272 .267

2007 Sophomore Started 32 matches in her first season at UWA • Finished second on the team in kills with 340 • Recorded 12 double-doubles • Tallied a teamhigh 20 kills against Huntingdon • Turned in double figure kill performances in 18 of her 32 matches played in 2007 • Averaged 3.27 kills per game Led the Tigers in service aces with 56, ranked fourth in the Gulf South Conference in the category • Posted seven service aces agianst Mount Olive College • Credited with 40 total blocks (5 bs, 35 ba) • Carded 297 digs (2.86 per game) • Named to the Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll. 2006 Freshman (Ball State) Played in 80 games and 25 matches • Had 22 kills, averaging 0.28 a game • Finished with 19 service aces • Totaled 131 digs, averaging 1.64 a contest • First Brazilian to play for the Ball State University women’s volleyball team. High School Played entire career in Brazil’s Sparta Volleyball Club. Personal Full name is Ana Gabriela Martins Pedrosa • Born on June 2, 1986 • Daughter of Francisco Jose de Resende and Enely Elizabeth Martins Resende Pedrosa • Has one brother, Octavio • Has one sister, Juliana • Majoring in accounting.

Pedrosa’s Career Statistics A SA/SE DIG D/G 33 56/62 297 2.86 14 48/53 265 2.21 47 104/115 562 2.51

RE 11 10 21

BS/BA 5/35 15/46 20/81

BE/BHE PTS 4/10 418.5 5/2 539.0 9/12 957.5

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Brittney Cousin Senior • 5-9 • OH/MB Stone Mountain, Ga. Southwest Dekalb HS

Career Honors • 2008 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll • 2007 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll • 2006 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll 2008 Junior Active in 16 matches as a junior • Posted a season-best seven kills versus St. Joseph’s (Ind.) along with three blocks in the opening weekend of the season • Turned in four kills against Spring Hill • Credited with three blocks in back-to-back matches (UAH and Martin Methodist).

High School Southwest Dekalb High School Played for Head Coach Yolanda Shield at Southwest Dekalb HS • Named Most Improved Team Player in 2002 • Selected • Team Most Valuable Player 2003-2005 • Also Lettered in basketball and band • Played Club Volleyball for Atlanta Boom. Personal Full name is Brittney Unique Cousin • Born on June 11, 1988 • Daughter of Regina and Tracy Cousin • Has one brother, Dallas • Majoring in chemistry.

2007 Sophomore Saw action 20 matches • Credited with 11 kills in 30 games played • Posted three matches with two blocks in each contest. 2006 Freshman Appeared in 54 games and 18 matches • Tallied 61 kills • Finished with 20 total blocks • Had season-best nine kills, while hitting .600 against Albany St. • Also recorded eight kills and hit .500 against Loyola • Named to the Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll.

YEAR 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-MP 54-18 30-20 24-16 108-54

K 61 11 20 92

E 38 15 17 70

TA 182 34 66 282

PCT. .126 -.118 .045

Cousin’s Career Statistics A SA/SE DIG 1 0/1 3 0 0/2 3 1 0/0 2 2 0/3 8

D/G 0.06 0.10 0.08 0.07

RE 1 0 0 1

BS/BA 5/15 5/12 0/16 10/43

BE/BHE PTS 9/3 73.5 3/0 22.0 4/0 28.0 16/3 123.5

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Casey Byrnes Sophomore • 5-5 • DS/S Robertsdale, Ala. Robersdale HS

Career Honors • 2008 Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll 2008 Freshman Played in all 33 matches as a red shirt freshman • Turned in a seasonbest 16 digs three matches deep into her collegiate career against Florida Tech • Added ten digs versus Arkansas Tech • Recorded at least one dig in all 33 matches • Credited with three kills in her first season as a Tiger • Posted a season-high five service aces against UAM • Dished out five assists against GSC opposition Ouachita Baptist.

Personal Full name is Casey Nicole Byrnes • Born on March 7, 1989 • Daughter of Mark Byrnes and Tori Nelson and step father James Nelson • Has two brothers, Tyler Byrnes and Josh Nelson • Majoring in biology comprehensive.

2007 Red shirted her first season on campus. high school Robertsdale High School Four-year letter winner at Robertsdale High School • Named team captain and Most Valuable Player • Nominated for Wendy’s Heisman Scholar-Athlete • Played for the Pleasure Island Volleyball Club • Was a four sport athlete for the Golden Bears; playing basketball, softball and golf • Named team MVP her junior season for both basketball and volleyball • Traveled with club teams Riptide (softball) and Bama Storm (basketball) • Member of National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, SGA and FCA.

YEAR 2008 Total

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GP-MP 117-33 117-33

K 3 3

E 3 3

2009 Tigers

TA 18 18

PCT. .000 .000

Byrnes’ Career Statistics A SA/SE DIG D/G 19 31/52 175 1.50 19 31/52 175 1.50

RE 23 23

BS/BA 0/0 0/0

BE/BHE 0/3 0/3

PTS 34.0 34.0

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Alexis McHale Sophomore • 5-5 • S Sugar Land, Texas Stephan F. Austin HS

Career Honors • 2008 GSC East Division Freshman Of The Year • 2008 Second Team All-Gulf South Conference • 2008 GSC Academic Honor Roll

Excelled in the classroom with Academic All-District honors in 2007 • Participated in club volleyball with the Texas Tornados Volleyball Club • The Tornados claimed second place at the Big South Tournament • Member of the National Honor Society of High School Scholars • Active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

2008 Freshman Started all 33 matches at the setter position as a freshman … Led the team and the Gulf South Conference in assists with 1,373 … Named 2008 GSC East Freshman of the Year … Ranks fifth all-time at UWA with her assist totals … Her assists ranks fourth all-time for a single season … Turned in seven 50-plus assist matches, including a season-best 57 against Augusta State … Averaged 11.44 assist per set which ranked 11th in the NCAA statistics … Turned in four double-doubles (assists/ digs) matches … Registered a season-high 14 digs on two occasions (at Montevallo and vs. Harding) … Credited with four kills twice (Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras and UAM) … Tallied four service aces against UAM.

Personal Alexis Ann McHale was born on February 4, 1990 • Majoring biology comprehensive • Daughter of Steve McHale and Abby Brown • Career objective is to attend medical school and become a doctor • Enjoys going to Houston Astros games • Former teammates playing volleyball on the collegiate level include - Christina Hobbs (Alabama), Ali Becker (Miami) and Kaylon Alexander (Louisiana Tech) • Highest ambition is to become the best player she possibly can • Named Lance Berkman of the Houston Astros as her favorite athlete.

High School Stephen F. Austin High School Attended Stephen F. Austin High School in Sugar Land, Texas • Played for head coach Brooke Plemons at SFAHS • Named 2007 District 235A Setter of the Year along with All-State status • Tabbed as the District 23-5A 2006 Rookie of the Year in guiding SFAHS to the 2006 District title • Member of the Fort Bend Herald First Team All-Area in 2006 •

YEAR 2008 Total

GP-MP 120-33 120-33

K 51 51

E 14 14

TA 148 148

McHale’s Career Statistics PCT. A SA/SE DIG D/G .250 1373 37/28 208 1.73 .250 1373 37/28 208 1.73

RE 0 0

BS/BA 1/25 1/25

BE/BHE PTS 0/17 101.5 0/17 101.5

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Kasi Pardue

Hilary Lobenstein

Sophomore • 5-8 • MB

Junior • 6-0 • OH

Vincent, Ala.

Deerfield, Wisc.

Central Alabama CC

University of South Alabama

Junior College Central Alabama CC Played one season in the Alabama Community College ranks at Central Alabama Community College • Helped guide CACC to a 21-17 overall mark and claimed the ACCC South Division with a 9-5 record • Tops on the team in blocks with 91 total an ranked ninth in the conference in the category • Recorded at least one block in 30 of the 38 matches in 2008 • Credited with a season-best eight blocks against Southern Union • Turned in seven five-plus blocks matches • Registered 16 kills against Bevill State-Fayette • Listed 18th in the ACCC in hitting percentage (.306) • Named 2008 First Team All-Region.

2008 Sophomore (University of South Alabama) Saw limited action for the Jaguars, appearing in eight matches as a sophomore • Recorded one kill and one dig in the 11 sets played • Credited with five block assists.

High School Victory Christian School Attended Victory Christian High School in Pell City, Ala. • Played under head coach Nathan Harper • A two-sport, four-year letterwinner at VCHS in volleyball and basketball • Served as team captain for the VCHS Lion volleyball program • Participated in club volleyball in 2007 and 2008 as a member of the Pride in 2007 and Sting in 2008 • Participant in the Beta Club and served as Vice President of the Student Leadership Association.

High School Deerfield High School Lettered four years in volleyball at Deerfield High School in Deerfield, Wisc. • Finished her career at DHS second all-time in kills with 1137 and also recorded 350 career digs, 200 blocks and averaged 2.48 blocks per game • Was a two-time all-conference selection during her prep career • Named team captain during her junior season and led the Demons to a regional championship in 2005 and a conference title in 2006 • During the regional championship series, Lobenstein recorded 53 kills, 12 blocks and 28 digs in the three matches • Played club ball for the Wisconsin Select for four years...also lettered in one year each in basketball and track & field.

Personal Kasi Kanani Pardue was born on August 10, 1990, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. • Majoring in nursing • The daughter of Ollie and Kanani Pardue • Active in barrel racing and the praise team at her church • Hobbies include spending time with friends and riding her horse • Her biggest thrill in the sport of volleyball was making First Team All-Region at CACC • Chose UWA over Montevallo, Huntingdon and Birmingham Southern.

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2007 Freshman (University of South Alabama) Saw action in 10 matches, competing in 26 games as a freshman • Recorded 18 kills and 19 block assists on the season • Notched season-best six kills against Alabama State • Had six block assists at DePaul.

Personal Hilary Anne Lobenstein • Has a younger brother and a younger sister • Father lettered two years in football at Wisconsin-Whitewater and was a defensive lineman for the Denver Broncos from 1985-87 • Favorite Sports teams are the New Orleans Saints and the Denver Broncos • Favorite athletes are Brian Urlacher and LeBron James • Favorite foods are seafood and fruits.

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Brittany Dye

Cassie Montgomery

Leah Bell

Freshman • 5-8 • S

Freshman • 5-5 • DS

Freshman • 5-7 • DS

Carrollton, Texas

Russellville, Ala.

Jacksonville, Ala.

Newman Smith HS

Russellville HS

Jacksonville HS

High School Newman Smith High School Prepped at Newman Smith High School in Carrollton, Texas • Earned two varsity letters in volleyball under the direction of NHS head coach Christine Gregory • Tabbed All-District Honorable Mention as a senior • Member of the 2007 Academic All-District Team • Participated in track at NHS • Active in club volleyball with the Dallas Force and Dallas Summit • The Dallas Summit squad advanced to the regionals this past summer • Named a Superintendent Scholar and National Merit Commended at NHS • Member of the International Business Academy, DECA and the National Spanish Honor Society. Personal Brittany Morgan Dye was born on Jan. 9, 1991, in Redding, Calif. • Daughter of David and Debra Dye • Has two siblings Jerrika (20) and D.C. (16) • Aspires for a career in advertising • Admires former NFL quarterback Brett Favre • Chose UWA because of the campus, volleyball team and the academics • Final three college choices were Baylor, LeTourneau and Stephen F. Austin.

High School Russeville High School A three-year starter for the Tigers of Russellville High School, closed out a decorative career on the prep level in 2008 • She served as team captain of the squad as a senior along with leading the Tigers in service aces, assists and digs • Named All-Area and received the prestigious Wendy’s High School Heisman Award in 2008 • She concluded her high school career holding six RHS records – services aces in a career – 183, assists in a career -710 and digs in a career – 562. Season records include 81 service aces, 704 assists and 270 digs • The setter/outside hitter becomes the first volleyball player in RHS history to ink a scholarship with an intercollegiate program • As a junior, Montgomery was named the Best All Around player for the Tigers along with being tabbed the Encore Athlete of the Week in 2007 • She earned the RHS 2006 Most Improved Player award as a sophomore. Personal Cassandra Patricia Montgomery was born on Oct. 15, 1991 • Majoring in education • Daughter of Scott and Patricia Montgomery • Member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta at RHS • Participated in cheerleading, SADD and FCA • Brother Seth is a place kicker at the University of North Alabama.

High School Jacksonville High School Prepped at Jacksonville High School under head coach David Clark • Helped guide the JHS Eagles to back-to-back Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 4A State Championships (2007 & 2008) • JHS won a combined 100 matches in 2007 and 2008 against nine losses • Lettered three seasons in volleyball • Tabbed All-Area as a junior and senior along with earning All-County honors as a senior • Named First Team All-State in 2008 • Participated in softball, soccer and cheerleading at JHS • A four-time All-Area selection from 2004-07 and named AllCounty in 2006 and 2007 • Played club volleyball for the GVC volleyball club • Participated in travel softball with the Bama Explosion and the Titans • Member of the JHS Student Council and the yearbook staff • Her biggest thrill in her sport was winning back-to-back state championships • Credits her high school volleyball coach David Clark as her biggest sports influence. Personal Leah Bell was born on October 20, 1990, in Anniston, Ala. • Majoring in pre-med • Daughter of Kenny and Lori Bell • Has two sisters, Lindsey, 21, and Lana, 15 • Career objective is to enter the medical field • Chose UWA because of the atmosphere and the people • A JHS Focus Group leader.

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Thais Hollerbach Junior • 5-8 • OH Porto Alegre, Brazil Northeastern JC

Junior College Northeastern JC Started her collegiate career at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Co. • Played under Marci Henry at NJC • Tabbed 2006 National Junior College Athletic Association Second Team All-American • Named Most Valuable Player of the NJC volleyball program in 2006 • Served as captain of the 2007 squad • Earned All-Region honors for Region IX • Named Most Offensive Player of the Midland Tournament • Member of the Central Community College All-Tournament Team.• Tallied 15 kills and 12 service aces against Eastern Wyoming College in 2007 • Registered 14 kills against McCook JC.

High School Colegio Americano Played for Coach Denio Peiroto at Colegio Americano. Personal Thais Torres Holletbach was born on Sept. 16, 1987 • Daugher of Carlos Henrique Carneiro and Rosangela Maria Torres Hollerbach • Lists steak as her favorite food • Favorite book is The Da Vinci Code • Enjoys being arounds friends during her spare time • Has overcome a knee surgery • Chose UWA over Butler University, Lees-McCrae.

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL ANDERSON UNIVERSITY TOURNAMENT

CAROLINA CHALLENGE

Friday • Aug. 28 • Anderson, SC

Friday • Sept. 4 • Banner Elk, NC

Saturday • Aug. 29 • Anderson, SC

Saturday • Sept. 5 • Banner Elk, NC

PARTICIPATING TEAMS Anderson (Host), Armstrong Atlantic State, Erskine, Mars Hill, Southern Wesleyan, West Alabama

PARTICIPATING TEAMS Carson Newman, Flagler, Lees-McRae (Host), Lincoln Memorial, Mount Olive, Tusculum, West Alabama

UWA’S TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Friday, Aug. 28 UWA vs. Southern Wesleyan 3 p.m. UWA vs. Erskine 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29 UWA vs. Armstrong Atlantic State 11 a.m. UWA vs. Mars Hill 3 p.m.

UWA’S TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Friday, Sept. 4 UWA vs. Flagler UWA vs. Tusculum Saturday, Sept. 5 UWA vs. Lincoln Memorial UWA vs. Carson Newman

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ................................................................................Randy Jones Office Phone:............................................................................(864) 231.2097 E-Mail: .......................................................................................................TBA Website:............................................................................. www.ac.edu/sports

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ............................................................................... Kevin Young Office Phone:........................................................................... (828) 898-3510 E-Mail: ..................................................................................youngk@lmc.edu Website:......................................................................... bobcatsports.lmc.edu

WEST FLORIDA REGIONAL CROSSOVER Friday • Sept. 11 •Pensacola, Fla.

HENDERSON STATE INVITATIONAL

Friday • Oct. 16 • Arkadelphia, Ark.

Saturday • Sept 12 • Pensacola, Fla. PARTICIPATING TEAMS Arkansas Tech, Florida Southern, Kentucky State, Nova Southeastern, Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, Saint Leo, North Alabama, Tampa, West Alabama, West Florida (Host) UWA’S TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Friday, Sept. 11 UWA vs. Tampa UWA vs. Florida Southern Saturday, Sept. 12 UWA vs. Nova Southeastern UWA vs. PR-Rio Piedras

11 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 2:20 p.m.

9 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 5 p.m.

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ................................................................................Claire Cook Office Phone:........................................................................... (850) 474-2428 E-Mail: ..................................................................................ccook2@uwf.edu Website:.............................................................................. www.goargos.com

PARTICIPATING TEAMS UAH, Arkansas Tech, Henderson State (Host), West Alabama UWA’S TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Friday, Oct. 16 UWA vs. Arkansas Tech UWA vs. Henderson State

3 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: .............................................................................. Troy Mitchell Office Phone:........................................................................... (870) 230-5197 E-Mail: ................................................................................. mitchet@hsu.edu Website:...................................................................................... www.hsu.edu

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL STILLMAN COLLEGE TIGERS

JACKSON STATE TIGERS

Tuesday • Sept. 1 • 6:30 p.m. • Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Tuesday • Sept. 8 • 7 p.m. • Jackson, Miss.

Tuesday • Oct. 20 • 6:30 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Tuesday • Sept. 22 • 7 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: .................................................................................. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 1,000 Nickname: .............................................................................................. Tigers Colors: .......................................................................... Navy Blue & Old Gold Volleyball Facility: .......................................................................Birthright Hall

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ..................................................................................... Jackson, Miss. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 8,699 Nickname: ......................................................................................Lady Tigers Colors: .........................................................................................Blue & White Volleyball Facility: ..................................................................... T. B Ellis Arena

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.................................................................................. Pam Phillips 2008 Record: .............................................................................................15-8 2008 SIAC Record: ......................................................................................8-2 Series Record:.............................................................................. First Meeting

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:..........................................................................Rose Washington Assistant Coach: .........................................................................Latasha Pusha 2008 Record: ...........................................................................................17-24 2008 SWAC Record: ...................................................................................6-2 Series Record:...........................................................................UWA leads 4-1

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ..............................................................................Cedric Baker Office Phone:........................................................................... (205) 247-8101 E-Mail: .................................................................... cedricbaker@stillman.edu Website:.................................................................... www.stillman.edu/sports

ALABAMA A&M BULLDOGS

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ................................................................Jamea Adams-Ginyard Office Phone:........................................................................... (601) 979-2274 E-Mail: .................................................................... msjag_jsumr@yahoo.com Website:............................................................................. www.jsutigers.com

WEST FLORIDA ARGONAUTS

Tuesday • Sept. 15 • 7 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Thursday • Sept. 24 • 7 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Wednesday • Oct. 14 • 7 p.m. • Normal, Ala.

Tuesday • Oct. 27 • 7 p.m. • Pensacola, Fla.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: .......................................................................................Normal, Ala. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 6,000 Nickname: ...........................................................................................Bulldogs Colors: ................................................................................... Maroon & White Volleyball Facility: ..................................................... T. M Elmore Gymnasium

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: .................................................................................... Pensacola, Fla. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 9,900 Nickname: ........................................................................................Argonauts Colors: ........................................................................................ Blue & Green Volleyball Facility: .................................................................. UWF Fieldhouse

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................................................................... Nedra Brown 2008 Record: ...........................................................................................14-17 2008 SWAC Record: ...................................................................................6-2 Series Record:...........................................................................UWA leads 2-0

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................................................................. Melissa Wolter Grad. Assistant Coaches: ........................... Marcela Cunha, Rafaella Maranhao 2008 Record: .............................................................................................31-8 2008 GSC Record:.....................................................................................12-0 Series Record:......................................................................... UWF leads 5-11

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ........................................................................... Jamilah Corbitt Office Phone:............................................................................ (256-372-4550 E-Mail: .......................................................................... jcorbitt33@gmail.com Website:........................................................................ www.aamusports.com

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MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ................................................................................Claire Cook Office Phone:........................................................................... (850) 474-2428 E-Mail: ..................................................................................ccook2@uwf.edu Website:.............................................................................. www.goargos.com

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL OUACHITA BAPTIST TIGERS Saturday • Sept. 26 • 3 p.m. • Memphis, Tenn. Saturday • Oct. 17 • 10 a.m. • Arkadelphia, Ark.

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BUCCANEERS Saturday • Sept. 26 • 5 p.m. • Memphis, Tenn.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ............................................................................... Arkadelphia, Ark. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 2,500 Nickname: .............................................................................................. Tigers Colors: ....................................................................................... Purple & Gold Volleyball Facility: .........................................................................Vining Arena

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ..................................................................................Memphis, Tenn. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 1,900 Nickname: ......................................................................................Buccaneers Colors: .......................................................................................Scarlet & Grey Volleyball Facility: ........................................................................Canale Arena

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................................................................ Danny Prescott Student Assistant Coach: ............................................................Bekah Cumba 2008 Record: ...........................................................................................10-25 2008 GSC Record:.......................................................................................3-9 Series Record:...........................................................................UWA leads 5-2

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:................................................................................In-Sik Hwang Assistant Coach: ......................................................................... James Hanger 2008 Record: ...........................................................................................25-10 2008 GSC Record:.......................................................................................8-5 Series Record:............................................................................CBU leads 5-8

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: .......................................................................Allen Greenwood Office Phone:........................................................................... (870) 245-5186 E-Mail: .........................................................................greenwooda@obu.edu Website:........................................................................... www.obutigers.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: .......................................................................... Eric Opperman Office Phone:........................................................................... (901) 230-4342 E-Mail: .............................................................................eopperma@cbu.edu Website:........................................................................... www.gobucsgo.com

NORTH ALABAMA LIONS

WEST GEORGIA WOLVES

Tuesday • Oct. 6 • 7 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Friday • Oct. 9 • 7 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Friday • Oct. 30 • 7 p.m. • Florence, Ala.

Friday • Nov. 6 • 6 p.m. • Carrollton, Ga.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ..................................................................................... Florence, Ala. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 7,238 Nickname: ................................................................................................Lions Colors: ....................................................................................... Purple & Gold Volleyball Facility: .........................................................................Flowers Hall

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ...................................................................................Carrollton, Ga. Enrollment: ............................................................................................ 10,850 Nickname: ............................................................................................ Wolves Colors: ............................................................................................ Blue & Red Volleyball Facility: ....................................................................UWG Coliseum

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:........................................................................ Stephanie Radecki Assistant Coach: ....................................................................... Laura Bellinger 2008 Record: ...........................................................................................24-11 2008 GSC Record:.....................................................................................10-2 Series Record:........................................................................ UNA leads 4-28

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:...................................................................................... Gary Lee 2008 Record: .............................................................................................6-21 2008 GSC Record:.....................................................................................2-10 Series Record:.......................................................................UWA leads 19-11

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ........................................................................ Shane Herrmann Office Phone:........................................................................... (256) 765-4895 E-Mail: ......................................................................... msherrmann@una.edu Website:............................................................................ www.roarlions.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ........................................................................ Stuart Houghton Office Phone:........................................................................... (770) 851-7374 E-Mail: ......................................................................... shoughto@westga.edu Website:..........................................................................www.uwgsports.com

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL VALDOSTA STATE BLAZERS

UAH CHARGERS

Saturday • Oct. 10 • 11 a.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Tuesday • Oct. 13 • 7 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Saturday • Nov. 7 • 3 p.m. • Valdosta, Ga.

Monday • Nov. 2 • 7 p.m. • Huntsville, Ala.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ...................................................................................... Valdosta, Ga. Enrollment: ............................................................................................ 10.850 Nickname: .............................................................................................Blazers Colors: ...........................................................................................Red & Black Volleyball Facility: ......................................................................... PE Complex

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ................................................................................... Huntsville, Ala. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 7,200 Nickname: .................................................................................Lady Chargers Colors: .........................................................................................Blue & White Volleyball Facility: .........................................................................Spragins Hall

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:...................................................................................... Sia Poyer Graduate Assistant Coach: ............................................................Tara Nelson 2008 Record: ...........................................................................................18-19 2008 GSC Record:.......................................................................................5-7 Series Record:.........................................................................VSU leads 15-14

VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:................................................................................. Laura Taube Assistant Coach: ........................................................................Joan Copeland 2008 Record: .............................................................................................1-31 2008 GSC Record:.....................................................................................0-12 Series Record:.........................................................................UAH leads 26-6

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ......................................................................... Joshua Flanagan Office Phone:........................................................................... (229) 560-4386 E-Mail: .......................................................................jcflanagan@valdosta.edu Website:......................................................................www.vstateblazers.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ................................................................................Antoine Bell Office Phone:........................................................................... (256) 824-6008 E-Mail: ...................................................................................... bella@uah.edu Website:....................................................................... www.uahchargers.com

SPRING HILL BADGERS Tuesday • Nov. 10 • 7 p.m. • Livingston, Ala.

Friday • Nov. 13 • TBA • GSC West Champion Host

Senior Night

Saturday • Nov. 14 • Semifinals • Championship

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ........................................................................................ Mobile, Ala. Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 1,200 Nickname: ........................................................................................... Badgers Colors: ..................................................................................... Purple & White Volleyball Facility: ..................................................Outlaw Recreation Center VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.......................................................................... Dr. Peggy Martin Assistant Coach: ........................................................................................TBA 2008 Record: ...........................................................................................15-23 2008 GCAC Record: ...................................................................................3-5 Series Record:...........................................................................UWA leads 8-2 MEDIA INFORMATION Volleyball SID: ................................................................................Jim Stennett Office Phone:........................................................................... (251) 380-4468 E-Mail: ................................................................................jstennett@shc.edu Website:.........................................................................www.shcbadgers.com

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2009 Opponents

PARTICIPATING TEAMS Top four teams from each division qualify for the tournament TOURNAMENT BRACKET Friday, Nov. 13

Saturday, Nov. 14

East #1 vs. West #4 East #2 vs. West #3 East #3 vs. West #2 East #4 vs. West #1 Semifinal Match #1 Semifinal Match #2 Championship Match

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

MEDIA INFORMATION GSC Volleyball SID: .............................................................Eric SanInocencio Office Phone:........................................................................... (205) 991-9880 E-Mail: ............................................................gscassistantsid@mindspring.net Website:............................................................www.gulfsouthconference.org

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL Year 1994 1995

1996

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

UAH

NORTH ALABAMA

VALDOSTA STATE

WEST FLORIDA

WEST GEORGIA

UAH Leads 9-24

UNA Leads 4-28

Series Tied 14-14

UWF Leads 11-5

UWA Leads 19-11

Result L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W L L L L L L W L W W W W

Year 1994 1995

1996

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Result L L L W W L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Result L W W L L W L L L L W L W L L W W W W W L W L L W W W L

Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008

Result W W W L L W L L W L L L L L L L

Year 1994 1995 1996

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Result W W L W W W W L W L W W W W W W W W W L L L L L L L W L W W

UWA Volleyball Participates In The Susan G. Komen Dig For The Cure

The Susan G. Komen For the Cure Foundation was established in 1982 by Nancy Brinker to honor the memory of her sister, Susan G. Komen, who died from breast cancer at the age of 36. Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. Thanks to

events like the Komen Race for the Cure and Dig for the Cure, the foundation has invested nearly $1 billion to fulfill the promise of becoming the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world. The Dig for the Cure program was established in 2003 by Lisa Marston, the head volleyball coach of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Marston’s mother is a breast cancer survivor and one of many from around the world that Marston hopes to honor through the program.

UWA has designated its home match with instate rival North Alabama on Oct. 6, as the Susan G. Komen Dig For The Cure Match.

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Tuesday • Oct. 6 7 p.m. • Pruitt Hall

GSC East Series Records

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL Opponent Adelphi Alabama A&M *Alabama in Huntsville Alabama State Albany State Alderson-Broaddus Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas Tech Armstrong Atlantic State Augusta State Belhaven Bentley Birmingham Southern Carson-Newman Central Arkansas Central Missouri State Charleston (W.Va.) Christian Brothers Clark Atlanta Converse Dallas Baptist Dowling Eckerd Edinboro Emory Emporia State Faulkner Fayetteville State Florida Southern Florida Tech Francis Marion Freed-Hardeman Georgia Southwestern Harding Henderson State Huntingdon Indianapolis Jackson State Judson King LaGrange Lees-McCrae Lewis Lincoln Memorial Loyola Lynn Lyon Mars Hill Martin Methodist Maryville Miles Milligan Millsaps Mississippi College Mississippi State

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Win 1 2 6 2 3 1 2 0 1 4 9 1 2 3 5 0 0 5 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 16 0 4 1 1 2 0 0 12 9 0 0 1 7 2 4 1 9 6 0

Loss 0 0 26 0 0 0 1 6 1 0 0 0 0 2 5 1 1 8 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 0 1 3 3 1 0 5 7 5 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 14 4 2 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 3 1

All-Time Series Records

Overall 1-0 2-0 6-26 2-0 3-0 1-0 2-1 0-6 1-1 4-0 9-0 1-0 2-0 3-2 5-5 0-1 0-1 5-8 2-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-3 5-1 1-0 0-1 0-3 0-3 1-1 1-0 1-5 0-7 16-5 0-1 4-1 1-0 1-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 21-14 9-4 0-2 0-1 1-0 7-4 2-0 4-0 1-0 9-3 6-3 0-1

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .188 1.000 1.000 1.000 .666 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .600 .500 .000 .000 .154 1.000 .666 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .250 .833 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .500 1.000 .166 .000 .762 .000 .800 1.000 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .462 .692 .000 .000 1.000 .636 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 .666 .000

Opponent Win Loss Overall Mississippi University for Women 9 14 9-14 Missouri Southern 0 2 0-2 Missouri in St. Louis 0 1 0-1 Missouri Western 0 3 0-3 Mobile 1 2 1-2 Montevallo 9 24 9-24 Mount Olive 1 0 1-0 New Haven 1 0 1-0 Newman 1 0 1-0 *North Alabama 3 30 3-30 North Carolina Central 1 0 1-0 North Carolina Pembroke 1 0 1-0 Northern Kentucky 0 1 0-1 Northwest Missouri State 0 4 0-4 Nova Southeastern 0 2 0-2 Oglethorpe 1 0 1-0 Ouchita Baptist 5 2 5-2 Paine 1 0 1-0 Palm Beach Atlantic 0 2 0-2 Pensacola Christian 2 0 2-0 Presbyterian 0 1 0-1 Principia 1 0 1-0 Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras 0 1 0-1 Rhodes 4 1 4-1 Rollins 0 1 0-1 Samford 0 2 0-2 Savannah 1 0 1-0 South Alabama 1 2 1-2 Southern Arkansas 6 8 6-8 Southern Indiana 0 2 0-2 Southern Wesleyan First Meeting Southeastern Oklahoma 1 0 1-0 Southwest Baptist 1 0 1-0 Spelman 1 0 1-0 Spring Hill 8 2 8-2 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 0 1 0-1 St. Leo 1 3 1-3 St. Thomas 0 1 0-1 Stillman First Meeting Tarleton State 0 1 0-1 Trevecca Nazarene 1 0 1-0 Tusculum 2 2 2-2 USC Aiken 1 2 1-2 USC Upstate 0 2 0-2 *Valdosta State 14 15 14-15 Washburn 0 2 0-2 Wayne State 0 1 0-1 *West Georgia 19 11 19-11 *West Florida 5 11 5-11 Wheeling Jesuit 0 1 0-1 Wingate 0 1 0-1 Wisconsin-Parkside 1 0 1-0 Xavier (La.) 2 0 2-0 2009 opponents listed in bold * - Gulf South Conference East Division Opponent

Pct. .391 .000 .000 .000 .333 .273 1.000 1.000 1.000 .091 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .714 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .800 .000 .000 1.000 .333 .429 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .800 .000 .250 .000 .000 1.000 .500 .333 .000 .483 .000 .000 .633 .313 .000 .000 1.000 1.000

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL Date Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. # ! % $ ^ *

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Opponent

W-L

# vs. UNC Pembroke # vs. Ouachita Baptist # vs. Florida Tech # vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) UAM ! vs. Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras ! vs. Christian Brothers ! vs. Francis Marion ! vs. Harding SPRING HILL % vs. Lincoln Memorial % vs. Christian Brothers % vs. Augusta State VALDOSTA STATE * #21 WEST FLORIDA * MONTEVALLO * at UAM vs. Southern Arkansas at North Alabama * UAH * WEST GEORGIA * at Montevallo * $ at Arkansas Tech $ vs. UAM $ vs. Southeastern Oklahoma at Valdosta State * at #17 West Florida * NORTH ALABAMA * at Alabama A&M at UAH * MARTIN METHODIST at West Georgia ^ vs. Harding

W W

Score 3-0 3-0 1-3 1-3 3-0 1-3 3-1 1-3 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 1-3 3-0 3-2 3-2 1-3 3-0 3-0 3-1 1-3 3-0 3-0 1-3 1-3 1-3 3-1 3-1 3-0 3-0 2-3

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

Score-By-Game 27-25, 25-17, 25-14 25-21, 25-20, 25-21 25-27, 22-25, 25-20, 17-25 25-20, 20-25, 14-25, 23-25 25-23, 25-15, 25-18 25-20, 20-25,14-25, 23-25 26-24, 25-15, 12-25, 27-25 26-28, 18-25, 27-25, 23-25 25-21, 25-19, 25-23 25-12, 25-12, 25-13 25-13, 25-15, 25-19 25-20, 25-19, 25-23 26-24, 23-25, 25-13, 27-25 25-13, 25-13, 25-15 21-25, 18-25, 25-23, 20-25 25-13, 25-22, 25-18 23-25, 25-21, 17-25, 25-14, 15-11 25-17, 23-25, 25-11, 21-25, 15-13 18-25, 13-25, 25-17, 10-25 25-17, 25-15, 25-18 25-18, 25-16, 25-22 25-16, 25-12, 20-25, 25-23 20-25, 18-25, 25-18, 17-25 25-20, 25-23, 23-17 25-21, 25-17, 25-22 22-25, 26-24, 19-25, 23-25 18-25, 25-17, 12-25, 18-25 25-19, 18-25, 17-25, 20-25 25-18, 24-26, 25-19, 25-23 24-26, 25-19, 25-13, 25-16 25-13, 25-16, 25-9 25-20, 25-15, 25-20 26-24, 26-24, 16-25, 22-25, 12-15

Overall

GSC

Att.

1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 10-4 10-5 11-5 12-5 13-5 13-6 14-6 15-6 16-6 16-7 17-7 18-7 18-8 18-9 18-10 19-10 20-10 21-10 22-10 22-11

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-2 5-2 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-5 6-5 5-5 7-5 7-5

45 27 62 75 337 75 175 50 50 307 67 72 61 237 220 249 92 53 253 323 117 336 130 50 60 171 741 642 305 230 348 200 120

University of West Florida Comfort Inn-vitational (Pensacola, Fla.) UAH Invitational (Huntsville, Ala.) Tusculum Fall Classic (Greeneville, Tenn.) Arkansas Tech Invitational (Russellville, Ark.) Gulf South Conference Tournament (Pensacola, Fla.) Gulf South Conference Match

TRACKING THE TIGERS Overall GSC Overall Record ........................................................22-11 ............... 7-5 Home Record ..............................................................7-2 ............... 4-2 Road Record ................................................................5-4 ............... 3-3 Neutral Record ..........................................................10-5 ............... 0-0 In August......................................................................2-2 ............... 0-0 In September .............................................................11-3 ............... 2-1 In October ...................................................................6-5 ............... 3-4 In November ...............................................................3-1 ............... 2-0 In 3-Set Matches ........................................................15-0 ............... 5-0 In 4-Set Matches ........................................................5-10 ............... 2-5 In 5-Set Matches ..........................................................2-1 ............... 0-0

Overall GSC Game 1 Record .......................................................23-10 ............... 8-5 Game 2 Record .........................................................23-9 ............... 9-3 Game 3 Record .........................................................24-9 ............... 8-4 Game 4 Record .........................................................6-12 ............... 2-5 Game 5 Record ...........................................................2-1 ............... 0-0 When winning first set ...............................................20-3 ............... 6-1 When losing first set ....................................................2-8 ............... 1-4 When winning second set..........................................19-7 ............... 7-2 When losing second set ...............................................3-7 ............... 0-3 When winning third set .............................................19-5 ............... 6-2 When losing third set...................................................3-6 ............... 1-3 When winning fourth set .............................................6-7 ............... 2-5 When losing fourth set ..............................................1-10 ............... 0-5

In Daytime Matches...................................................10-5 ............... 2-2 In Nighttime Matches ................................................12-6 ............... 5-3

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL OVERALL STATISTICS G K K/G 10 Pedrosa 120 453 3.78 18 Nail 120 356 2.97 2 Crook 117 312 2.67 6 Kent 114 240 2.11 5 Clements 117 152 1.30 4 McHale 120 51 0.43 14 Cousin 24 20 0.83 3 Wright 20 18 0.90 1 Byrnes 117 3 0.03 7 Esteban 118 1 0.01 11 Swan 119 1 0.01 TEAM UWA 120 1607 13.39 Opponents 120 1287 10.73

CONFERENCE ONLY STATISTICS G K K/G 10 Pedrosa 43 154 3.58 18 Nail 43 125 2.91 2 Crook 43 117 2.72 6 Kent 41 74 1.80 5 Clements 42 66 1.57 14 McHale 43 18 0.42 14 Cousin 9 5 0.56 3 Wright 8 4 0.50 1 Byrnes 41 2 0.05 11 Swan 43 0 0.00 7 Esteban 43 0 0.00 TEAM UWA 43 565 13.14 Opponents 43 452 10.51

E 178 127 114 52 87 14 17 8 3 4 3

TA 1010 914 655 466 464 148 66 54 18 12 9

PCT. .272 .251 .302 .403 .140 .250 .045 .185 .000 -.250 -.222

A 14 19 16 12 12 1373 1 1 19 22 16

SA/SE 48/53 45/41 0/2 2/2 8/7 37/28 0/0 0/1 31/52 26/43 20/33

607 638

3820 3668

.262 .177

1506 217/262 1188 157/179

E 76 44 47 22 33 6 9 6 0 0 0

TA 364 308 260 162 169 65 22 19 5 1 2

PCT. .214 .263 .269 .321 .195 .185 -.182 -.105 .400 .000 .000

A 3 5 5 9 4 494 0 0 5 6 9

SA/SE 15/27 15/17 0/0 0/1 1/1 13/8 0/0 0/1 5/17 8/18 9/18

243 242

1377 1335

.234 .157

540 415

66/108 46/65

RE 10 37 1 2 5 0 0 1 23 23 17 34 153 206

RE 4 11 0 1 1 0 0 1 6 4 7 11 46 66

D 265 248 28 24 55 208 2 3 175 290 225

D/G 2.21 2.07 0.24 0.21 0.47 1.73 0.08 0.15 1.50 2.46 1.89

1524 12.70 1278 10.65

BS/BA 15/46 8/38 18/69 26/80 5/47 1/25 0/16 1/5 0/0 0/1 0/0

TOTAL 61 46 87 106 52 26 16 6 0 1 0

74/327 48/285

237.5 190.5

BE/BHE 5/2 0/5 15/2 5/4 6/1 0/17 4/0 1/0 0/3 0/3 0/2

PTS 539.0 428.0 364.5 308.0 188.5 101.5 28.0 21.5 34.0 27.5 21.0

36/39 2061.5 46/49 1634.5

D 98 76 12 12 20 88 0 1 47 82 82

D/G 2.28 1.77 0.28 0.29 0.48 2.05 0.00 0.12 1.15 1.91 2.58

BS/BA 5/20 1/16 2/31 6/29 2/17 0/13 0/5 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0

TOTAL 25 17 33 35 19 13 5 1 0 0 0

BE/BHE 3/2 0/1 4/1 3/1 1/1 0/5 1/0 0/0 0/3 0/2 0/3

PTS 184.0 149.0 134.5 94.5 77.5 37.5 7.5 4.5 7.0 8.0 9.0

547 468

12.72 10.88

16/132 16/114

82.0 73.0

12/19 22/19

713.0 571.0

CATEGORY LEADERS (ALL MATCHES) HITTING PERCENTAGE Player Sets Kent 114 Crook 117 Pedrosa 120 Nail 120 McHale 120

Pct. .403 .302 .272 .251 250

POINTS Player Pedrosa Nail Crook Kent Clements

Sets 120 120 117 114 117

Points 539.0 428.0 364.5 308.0 188.5

Pts/Set 4.49 3.57 3.11 2.70 1.61

ASSISTS Player McHale Esteban Nail Byrnes Swan

Sets 120 118 120 117 119

A 1373 22 19 19 16

A/Set 11.44 0.19 0.16 0.16 0.14

KILLS Player Pedrosa Nail Crook Kent Clements

Sets 120 120 117 114 117

Kills 453 356 312 240 152

K/Set 3.78 2.97 2.67 2.11 1.30

BLOCKS Player Kent Crook Pedrosa Clements Nail

Sets 114 117 120 117 120

Total 106 87 61 52 46

B/Set 0.93 0.74 0.51 0.44 0.38

SERVICE ACES Player Sets Pedrosa 120 Nail 120 McHale 120 Byrnes 117 Esteban 118

Aces 48 45 37 31 26

SA/Set 0.40 0.38 0.31 0.26 0.22

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2008 Statistics

DIGS Player Esteban Pedrosa Nail Swan McHale

Sets 118 120 120 119 120

Digs 290 265 248 225 208

D/Set 2.46 2.21 2.07 1.89 1.73

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL Team ^! West Florida North Alabama West Alabama Montevallo Valdosta State West Georgia UAH

Eastern Division GSC Pct. 12-0 1.000 10-2 .833 7-5 .583 6-6 .500 5-7 .417 2-10 .167 0-12 .000

Overall 31-8 24-11 22-11 21-18 18-19 6-21 1-31

Pct. .795 .686 .667 .538 .486 .222 .031

^ GSC Champion; ! - Division Champion

Pos. L MB OH OH OH MH S RS OH

Player Jessica Hansen Whitney Sanders Irene Hannan Allison Nail Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Patricia Gandolfo Madeline Gonzalez Luciana Rapach Andressa Martins

School UNA UNA VSU UWA UWA UWF UWF UWF UWG

Pos. MH S OH OH MB S OH

All-GSC East Second Team Player Monika Tortorici Allison Jacobs Kelly Pratt Jessica Crook Jordan Kent Alexis McHale Chelsea Wilhoite

School UM UNA UNA UWA UWA UWA UWF

GSC East Freshman Of The Year Alexis McHale

UWA

GSC East Player Of The Year Whitney Sanders

UNA

Sept. 30 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Nov. 4

Overall 31-5 24-9 25-10 18-18 11-18 10-25 6-23

Pct. .861 .727 .714 .500 .379 .286 .207

How The Tigers Ranked in The GSC

All-GSC East First Team

2008 GSC Players Of The Week Jordan Kent, MB Allison Nail, OH Ana Gabriela Pedrosa, OH Ana Gabriela Pedrosa, OH

Western Division GSC Pct. 11-1 .917 10-2 .833 8-4 .667 4-8 .333 3-9 .250 3-9 .250 3-9 .250

! - Division Champion

2008 GSC East Award Winners

GSC East Coach Of The Year Melissa Wolter

Team ! Arkansas Tech Harding Christian Brothers Arkansas at Monticello Southern Arkansas Ouachita Baptist Henderson State

Team Rankings Hitting Percentage 2. West Alabama ........................................................................ .262 Opponent Hitting Percentage 8. West Alabama ......................................................................... .181 Assists 1. West Alabama ...................................................................... 12.55 Kills 5. West Alabama ...................................................................... 13.39 Blocks 3. West Alabama ........................................................................ 1.98 Service Aces 4. West Alabama ........................................................................ 1.81 Digs 13. West Alabama ...................................................................... 12.70 Individual Rankings Hitting Percentage 1. Jordan Kent, UWA .................................................................. .403 7. Jessica Crook, UWA ............................................................... .302 Kills 4. Ana Gabriela Pedrosa, UWA .................................................. 3.78

UWF Assists 1. Alexis McHale, UWA ............................................................ 11.44 Defensive Offensive Offensive Defensive

Service Aces 7. Ana Gabriela Pedrosa, UWA .................................................. 0.40 9. Allison Nail, UWA ................................................................... 0.38

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL 5 • TERESA CLEMENTS • OH/MB 6-0 • Birmingham, Ala. • Oak Mountain HS YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-MP 126-34 94-31 104-32 117-33 441-130

K 227 262 190 152 831

E 104 137 68 87 396

TA 649 909 417 464 2439

Clement’s Career Statistics PCT. A SA/SE DIG .190 7 16/18 106 .138 7 17/12 140 .293 15 33/42 126 .140 12 8/7 55 .178 41 74/79 427

RE 4 24 0 5 33

BS/BA 25/51 7/15 5/56 5/47 42/169

BE/BHE PTS 12/4 293.5 3/7 293.5 7/3 256.0 6/1 188.5 28/15 1031.5

BS/BA 2/19 10/37 14/32 8/38 34/126

BE/BHE PTS 0/4 215.5 7/5 460.5 2/4 523.0 0/5 428.0 9/19 1627.0

BS/BA 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/1

BE/BHE PTS 0/3 15.0 1/3 29.0 0/9 37.5 0/2 21.0 1/17 102.5

18 • ALLISON NAIL • OH 5-10 • Cullman, Ala. • Good Hope HS YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP-MP K 107-32 167 108-31 402 104-33 452 120-33 356 439-129 1377

E 79 152 137 127 495

TA 463 1057 1008 914 3442

Nail’s Career Statistics PCT. A SA/SE DIG .190 17 37/39 250 .237 16 30/21 240 .312 14 41/29 282 .251 19 45/41 248 .256 66 153/130 1020

RE 24 44 13 37 118

11 • JACQUIE SWAN • DS 5-3 • Mobile, Ala. • Theodore HS YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

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GP-MP 88-29 116-32 79-29 119-33 402-123

2008 UWA Seniors

K 4 2 2 1 9

E 1 7 2 3 13

TA 16 27 5 9 57

Swan’s Career Statistics PCT. A SA/SE DIG .188 5 11/15 105 -.185 18 27/42 561 .000 32 35/27 316 -.222 16 20/33 225 -.070 71 93/117 1207

RE 31 46 9 17 103

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL 1994 • 9-23

Pensacola Christian Huntingdon College Miss. Univ. for Women Mississippi College Montevallo Huntingdon College Pensacola Christian Montevallo Central Arkansas Henderson State Mississippi State Mississippi College West Georgia North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial Huntingdon College Miss. Univ. For Women Central Arkansas Henderson State Mississippi College Huntingdon College Nova USC Aiken North Alabama Miss. Univ, for Women North Alabama Lincoln Memorial Central Arkansas

1995 • 17-18

Loyola University Jackson State Miss. Univ. for Women Millsaps Lincoln Memorial West Georgia Alabama-Huntsville Mississippi College Alabama-Huntsville Valdosta State West Georgia North Alabama Lincoln Memorial Montevallo Mississippi College North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Loyola University Huntingdon College Southern Arkansas Henderson State Central Arkansas Ouachita Baptist Miss. Univ. for Women Valdosta State Montevallo LaGrange College Tusculum College Palm Beach Atlantic North Alabama Palm Beach Atlantic Huntingdon College LaGrange College Jackson State Millsaps

Pam Gailbreath W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 Pam Gailbreath L 1-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0

1996 • 32-14 Shawna Laurendine Alabama-Huntsville W 1-3 King College W 3-0 Southern Indiana L 1-3 Alabama A&M W 3-0 Alabama-Huntsville L 0-3 Mississippi College W 3-0 Central Arkansas W 3-1 Alabama Huntsville L 1-3 Miss. Univ. for Women W 3-0 Northwest Missouri State L 1-3 Miss. Univ. for Women W 3-0 Belhaven College W 3-0 Millsaps College W 3-0 Millsaps College W 3-0 Montevallo W 3-0 Loyola University W 3-1 Belhaven College W 3-0 Christian Brothers W 3-1 Freed-Hardeman W 3-1 Principia College W 3-0 Loyola University W 3-0 Rhodes College W 3-0 Savannah College W 3-2 Maryville College W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial W 3-0 Montevallo W 3-2 Lincoln Memorial W 3-1 North Alabama L 0-3 West Georgia W 3-0 Alabama-Huntsville L 2-3 Valdosta State W 3-1 Mississippi College W 3-0 Miss. Univ. for Women L 2-3 Loyola University W 3-0 Alabama-Huntsville L 0-3 West Georgia W 3-1 Tusculum College. W 3-0 Carson-Newman W 3-0 Alabama Huntsville W 3-1 Montevallo L 1-3 West Georgia W 3-0 North Alabama L 0-3 Valdosta State L 0-3 Samford L 1-3 Southern Arkansas W 3-2 North Alabama L 0-3 1997 •19-19 Shawna Laurendine King College L 1-3 Carson-Newman L 0-3 Northwest Mo. State L 0-3 St. Leo College W 3-0 Mississippi for Women L 0-3 Millsaps College W 3-2 Belhaven W 3-2 Huntingdon College W 3-1 Central Arkansas W 3-2 Belhaven W 3-0 Mississippi for Women L 0-3 North Alabama L 0-3 Mississippi for Women W 3-0 Alabama-Huntsville L 0-3 Samford L 1-3 Georgia Southwestern W 3-0 Freed-Hardeman L 1-3 Montevallo L 0-3

West Georgia Emory University Huntingdon University Montevallo Alabama Huntsville Loyola Valdosta State Lincoln Memorial Montevallo Milsaps Mississippi for Women Huntingdon College Valdosta Sate Loyola Montevallo West Georgia Lincoln Memorial North Alabama Huntingdon College Faulkner University

1998 •12-28

Northwest Missouri Emporia State Central Arkansas Washburn Huntingdon College Mississippi for Women Huntingdon College Faulkner University Faulkner University Millsaps College Converse College Faulkner University Oglethorpe St. Leo College North Alabama Loyola Huntingdon College Mississippi for Women Northwestern Missouri Montevallo Montevallo Dallas Baptist Loyola Alabama-Huntsville Millsaps College Valdosta State Lincoln Memorial Huntingdon College Montevallo West Georgia North Alabama Tusculum College Milligan College Converse College Lee-McCrae College Alabama State Valdosta State West Georgia Alabma-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial

All-Time Results

W W W W W

W W W W W W W

L L L L L L

L L

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

Shawna Laurendine W 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL 1999 •15-20 Shawna Laurendine Francis Marion L 0-3 Augusta State W 3-2 USC Aiken L 1-3 Fayetteville State W 3-0 Millsaps W 3-0 Huntingdon College W 3-0 Belhaven W 3-0 Birmingham Southern W 3-0 Jackson State W 3-0 Mississippi for Women L 1-3 South Alabama L 2-3 Jackson State W 3-0 Valdosta State L 0-3 Florida Tech L 0-3 Armstrong Atlantic State L 1-3 St. Leo College L 2-3 North Alabama L 0-3 West Georgia W 3-1 Huntingdon College W 3-0 Alabama-Huntsville L 1-3 Lincoln Memorial W 3-0 Montevallo L 1-3 West Georgia W 3-0 North Alabama L 0-3 Mississippi for Women W 3-2 Valdosta State L 1-3 Millsaps L 0-3 Belhaven W 3-1 Mississippi for Women L 0-3 Huntingdon College W 3-2 Presbyterian College L 2-3 Converse College L 0-3 Montevallo L 2-3 Alabama Huntsville L 1-3 Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 2000 • 13-20

USC Upstate Emporia State Francis Marion Augusta State Florida Tech USC Upstate Saint Leo Florida Southern Montevallo West Florida North Alabama St. Thomas Carson-Newman Christian Brothers Lincoln Memorial Belhaven Huntingdon College Valdosta State West Florda Mississippi for Women Birmingham Southern Martin Methodist Martin Methodist Montevallo West Georgia Lincoln Memorial North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Mississippi for Women

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Phillip Bryant L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2

All-Time Results

West Georgia Valdosta State Alabama-Huntsville Martin Methodist

W

2001 • 23-17

Phillip Bryant 3-0 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3

North Carolina Central Wingate University of Charleston Wheeling Jesuit Millsaps Belhaven Loyola Mississippi College Miles College Central Arkansas Carson-Newman Southern Arkansas Montevallo Maryville Millsaps Christian Brothers Newman North Alabama West Florida Valdosta State Mississippi for Womem Rhodes College Huntingdon College Lincoln Memorial West Georgia Mississippi for Women Montevallo Missouri Southern Emporia State Southern Arkansas Missouri Western Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial West Georgia North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Valdosta State West Florida Martin Methodist Henderson State

2002 • 25-13

Faulkner Trevecca Naz Spelman Spring Hill West Georgia Southern Indiana Missouri Western Rhodes College Missouri Mississippi for Women Montevallo West Florida Valdosta State North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Miles Spring Hill Emporia State Albany State

L L L

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

W

Phillip Bryant 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 W W W W W

Montevallo Ouachita Baptist Harding Southern Arkansas Arkansas Tech North Alabama Valdosta State Lincoln Memorial Mississippi for Women Ouachita Baptist Christian Brothers Spring Hill West Florida Loyola West Georgia Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial Martin Methodist Arkansas Tech

2003 • 12-22

Millsaps Mississippi College Loyola Emory Spring Hil Adelphi Dowling Southern Arkansas Eckerd Lynn USC Aiken Southern Arkansas Montevallo West Georgia Lincoln Memorial Alabama Huntsville North Alabama West Florida Valdosta State Spring Hill Harding Southern Arkansas Missouri Southern State Missouri Western State Montevallo West Florida Valdosta State Xavier Lincoln Memorial Christian Brothers Spring Hill West Georgia Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama

W W

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

L L L L

L

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

Karisa Wesley 3-0 3-0 3-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3

W W W

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL 2004 • 7-24

Central Missouri State Northern Kentucky Wayne State Lewis Southern Baptist Southern Arkansas Washburn Central Arkansas Christian Brothers Harding Arkansas Tech Miles West Georgia Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Montevallo Martin Methodist Miles Central Arkansas Valdosta State Xavier Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial Alabama Huntsville North Alabama Henderson State Montevallo Lincoln Memorial West Georgia Valdosta State Martin Methodist

2005 •10-24

Wisconsin-Parkside Edinboro Valdosta State Rollins College Tarteton State Arkansas-Monticello Ouachita Baptist Southern Arkansas Judson College Missouri Western State Nova Southeastern Harding Christian Brothers West Georgia Christian Brothers Rhodes Lincoln Memorial Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Montevallo Martin Methodist Ouachita Baptist West Florida Valdosta State Spring Hill Lincoln Memorial Martin Methodist Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Univ. of Mobile Montevallo West Georgia West Florida Valdosta State

Karisa Wesley L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 Karisa Wesley 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W

2006 • 9-23

Ouachita Baptist Christian Brothers Indianapolis Southern Arkansas Loyola Lyon Belhaven Rhodes Arkansas Tech Harding Christian Brothers Henderson State Montevallo North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Christian Brothers West Georgia Mobile West Florida Valdosta State North Alabama Huntingdon New Haven Bentley Montevallo Southern Arkansas Southern Arkansas Alabama-Huntsville West Georgia Albany State West Florida Valdosta State

2007 • 27-6

Clark Atlanta Paine Coker Mount Olive Tusculum Mars Hill Alderson-Broaddus Augusta State Spring Hill Clark Atlanta Alabama State Montevallo Southern Arkansas Southern Arkansas North Alabama Alabama in Huntsville West Georgia Albany State West Florida Valdosta State Montevallo Lynn Martin Methodist Armstrong Atlantic Lincoln Memorial North Alabama Alabama in Huntsville Huntingdon West Georgia Spring Hill West Florida Valdosta State Henderson State

W W W

W

W W W W W

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

Ron Arenz L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 3-1 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 3-1 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 3-0 3-1 3-1 L 0-3 L 1-3 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 3-0 L 2-3 L 1-3

Ron Arenz

L L

L L L L

2008 • 22-11

UNC Pembroke Ouachita Baptist Florida Tech St. Joseph’s (Ind.) UAM Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras Christian Brothers Francis Marion Harding Spring Hill Lincoln Memorial Christian Brothers Augusta State Valdosta State West Florida Montevallo UAM Southern Arkansas North Alabama UAH West Georgia Montevallo Arkansas Tech UAM Southeastern Oklahoma Valdosta State West Florida North Alabama Alabama A&M UAH Martin Methodist West Georgia Harding

Nathan Baker W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3

3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-0 1-3 3-0 3-0 1-3 3-1 3-0 3-0 0-3 3-0 W 0-3 3-0 0-3 3-1 0-3

All-Time Results

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL YEAR

RECORD

1979 1980 1981 1981 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

5-13 5-17 1-15 NA 0-16 NA 1-16 1-26 5-21 9-25 17-22 19-20 8-17 8-17 6-17 6-24 17-18 32-14 19-19 12-28 15-20 13-20 23-17 25-13 12-22 7-24 10-24 9-23 27-6 22-11 334-524

COACH

OVERALL PCT. .277 .227 ,063 -.000 -.060 .037 .192 .265 .436 .487 .320 .320 .261 .300 .486 .696 .500 .300 .429 .394 .575 .658 .353 .226 .294 .281 .818 .666 .394

COACH

YEAR

Judy Long Judy Long Deborah Stancil -Renee Halbrooks Debbie Hargett -Liz Kelly Liz Kelly Janet Montgomery Janet Montgomery Janet Montgomery Janet Montgomery Jose Rovera Pam Gailbreath Pam Gailbreath Pam Gailbreath Shawna Laurendine Shawna Laurendine Shawna Laurendine Shawna Laurendine Phillip Bryant Phillip Bryant Phillip Bryant Karisa Wesley Karisa Wesley Karisa Wesley Ron Arenz Ron Arenz Nathan Baker

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

COACHING RECORDS BY WINS SEASONS RECORD

Shawna Laurendine (1996-99) Phillip Bryant (2000-02) Janet Montgomery (1988-91) Ron Arenz (2006-07) Karisa Wesley (2003-05) Nathan Baker Pam Galbreath (1993-95) Judy Long (1979-80) Jose Rivera (1992) Liz Kelly (1986-87) Deborah Stancil (1981) Renee Halbrooks (1983)

4 3 4 2 3 1 3 2 1 2 1 1

78-81 61-50 53-84 36-29 29-70 22-11 12-40 10-30 8-17 6-47 1-15 0-16

PCT. .237 .550 .387 .554 .293 .666 .231 .250 .320 .113 .063 .000

UWA SEASON SUPERLATIVES Wins in a Season Losses in a Season Consecutive Wins Consecutive Losses Winning Percentage

38

32 - 1996 (32-14) 28 - 1998 (12-28) 18 - 2007 16 - 1983 .818 - 2007 (27-6)

Yearly Records

GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE RECORD PCT. FINISH 4-8 7-5 4-8 1-11 3-9 6-10 7-9 11-5 4-10 3-9 2-12 1-11 8-4 7-5

.333 .583 .333 .083 .250 .375 .438 .667 .286 .250 .143 .083 .667 .583

5th (E) 3rd (E) 5th (E) 7th (E) 6th (E) 7th (E) 4th (E) 2nd (E) 6th (E) 5th (E) 7th (E) 7th (E) 3rd (E) 3rd (E)

COACH

Pam Gailbreath Shawna Laurendine Shawna Laurendine Shawna Laurendine Shawna Laurendine Phillip Bryant Phillip Bryant Phillip Bryant Karisa Wesley Karisa Wesley Karisa Wesley Ron Arenz Ron Arenz Nathan Baker

ALL-TIME COACHING GSC RECORDS YEAR 1995 1996-99 2000-02 2003-05 2006-07 2008 TOTALS

COACH Pam Gailbreath Shawna Laurendine Phillip Bryant Karisa Wesley Ron Arenz Nathan Baker

YEARS GSC RECORD 1 4-8 (.333) 4 15-33 (.313) 3 24-24 (.500) 3 9-21 (.300) 2 9-15 (.375) 1 7-5 (.583) 14 68-106 (.391) GSC records were not kept from 1985-1995

UWA’S RECORD IN THE GSC TOURNAMENT YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 2001 2002 2007 2008

Decade 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s TOTALS

RECORD 0-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 1-1 1-2 3-2 2-2 3-1 1-2 0-2 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Jacksonville State 3, UWA 2 Jacksonville State 3, UWA 0

UWA’S RECORD BY DECADE W L Total Games 5 13 18 39 158 197 142 194 336 148 160 308 334 525 859

PCT. .277 .198 .423 .481 .389

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

All Gulf South Conference First Team 1984.................................... Catherine Meherg 1987............................................ Robin Nelson 1989.................................... Mozette Timmons 1990................................................Kristy Page Mozette Timmons 1991.................................... DeAnn Mundinger Kristy Page 1992.................................... DeAnn Mundinger Kristy Page 1996............................................ Amy Douglas 1997............................................ Regan Adams 2002............................................. Erika Britton Becky Stone 2005........................................ Melanie Moffett 2007................................................Allison Nail 2008................................................Allison Nail Ana Gabriela Pedrosa All Gulf South Conference Second Team 1999............................................ Regan Adams 2000............................................ Regan Adams 2001..............................................Becky Stone 2002.............................................Christy Ricks 2003............................................. Kelly Wesley 2004........................................Amanda Heaton ................................................ Melanie Moffett 2005........................................Amanda Heaton 2007...............................Guilana De Francesco Ana Gabriela Pedrosa 2008........................................... Jessica Crook Jordan Kent Alexis McHale Gulf South Conference Most Valuable Player 1991.................................... Mozette Timmons Gulf South Conference Freshman Of The Year 2003........................................Elizabeth Colley 2008......................................... Alexis McHale Gulf South Conference Coach Of The Year 1990....................................Janet Montgomery

Gulf South Conference All-Tournament Team 1984.................................... Catherine Meherg 1985.......................................Stacey Wilkinson 1988...............................................Carrie Byrd 1990................................................Kristy Page ............................................ Mozette Timmons 1991................................................Kristy Page ............................................ Mozette Timmons 1992.................................... DeAnn Mundinger ........................................................Kristy Page 1993.............................................Devra Stacks 1996.......................................... Dee Dee Long Gulf South Conference Players Of The Week 1986.....................................Angie Loob (10/6) 2001.........................Susan Adcock (10/23) - D 2002...............................Becky Stone (9/3) - D Jen Thomas (10/15) - D Becky Stone (10/29) - O Susan Adcock (10/29) - D Susan Adcock (11/3) - D 2003...........................Kelly Wesley (10/22) - D 2004......................... Melanie Moffett (9/7) - D ............................... Melanie Moffett (9/28) - D 2005...................... Amanda Heaton (10/4) - O Melanie Moffett (10/11) - D Melanie Moffett (11/8) - D 2006.......................... Jacquie Swan (10/24) - D 2007.............................. Allison Nail (8/28) - O Jacquie Swan (9/4) - D 2008...........................Jordan Kent (9/30) - D Allison Nail (10/14) - O Ana Gabriela Pedrosa (10/21) - O Ana Gabriela Pedrosa (11/4) - D D - Offensive Player O - Offensive Player Gulf South Conference All-Academic Team 1988...................................... Kim Cunningham 1989.........................................Sherry Antijunti Robin Nelson Michelle Belton 1991.............................................Gwen Lunsin 1992............................................ Gwen Lundin 1993............................................ Gwen Lundin 1997........................................ Stacey Harrison 1998............................................ Regan Adams

1999............................................ Regan Adams 2000............................................ Regan Adams 2007................................................Allison Nail 2008.............................Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Gulf South Conference Academic Honor Roll 2006......................................... Taylor Borunda Teresa Clements Brittany Cousin Jessica Crook Jacquie Swan Jazlyn Wright 2007....................................... Teresa Clements Brittany Cousin Jessica Crook Guiliana De Francesco Rafaella Maranhao Allison Nail Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Alley Rundles Jacquie Swan Jazlyn Wright 2008........................................... Casey Byrnes Brittany Cousins Jessica Crook Chanelle Esteban Alexia McHale Allison Nail Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Jacquie Swan Jazlyn Wright AVCA ALL-Region All-South Region Honorable Mention 2008...........................Ana Gabriela Pedrosa Daktronics All-South Central Region 2007................................................Allison Nail Active players in bold

UWA Award Winners

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL •A• ADAMS, Regan ..........................................1997-00 ADCOCK, Susan .......................................2001-02 ALLRED, Jessica .........................................1999-02 AMATO, Kylie................................................. 1996 ANDERSON, Marcia ...................................... 1991 ANDERSON, Michelle ................................... 1988 ANTIJUNTI, Sherry ................................... 1988-89 ARMISTEAD, Lisa ........................................... 1981 AUSTIN, Julie ................................................. 1984

•B• BAILEY, Becky ........................................... 2002-03 BAILEY, Tijo.................................................... 1986 BALL, Haley............................................... 2003-04 BARBER, Ann ................................................. 1981 BARBER, Elizabeth BARTLETT, Melissa ................................... 2003-04 BECKER, Cari ................................................. 1997 BECKHAM, Terri Jo ................................... 2003-04 BIANCHARD, Rosa ........................................ 1987 BLOSSOM, Ursula ..................................... 1990-94 BORUNDA, Taylor................................ 2006-2007 BOSLEY, Betty ........................................... 1997-00 BOSLEY, Cheryl......................................... 1997-00 BOUYER, Jennifer ......................................2001-02 BOYKIN, Jessica ............................................. 2002 BRADFORD, Judy .......................................... 1984 BRITTON, Erika ........................................ 2001-02 BRYAN, Sherry ............................................... 1980 BURT, Whitney ............................................... 2004 BYRD, Carrie............................................. 1986-88 BYRNES, Casey ................................. 2007-pres.

•C• CARROLL, Leigh ....................................... 1988-89 CHEVEVERT, Catherine ................................. 1997 CLEMENTS, Teresa................................... 2005-08 COLLEY, Elizabeth .................................... 2003-06 COUSIN, Brittney ............................. 2006-pres. COX, Kelly ................................................ 1989-92 CROOK, Jessica ................................ 2006-pres. CROWE, Linda .......................................... 1981-82 CUNINGHAM, Kim .................................. 1987-88

•D• DANSBY, Shirleen .......................................... 1983 DE FRANCESCO, Guiliana................................... 2006-2007 DEEST, Jessica Van.......................................... 1992 DOUGLAS, Amy ....................................... 1995-96 DOWNING, Delice....................................2000-01

•E• ELMER, GiGi .................................................. 1998 ESTEBAN, Chanelle .......................... 2008-Pres.

•F• FAUST, Julie .................................................... 1995 FOCA, Holly ................................................... 1991 FRITZ, Angel .................................................. 1984

•G• GALLOWAY, Lor GARNER, Cindy ........................................ 1990-91 GARRETT, Katy ................................... 1999-00, 03 GARRIS, Joanna GILES, Brandy ................................................ 2002 GRAFFIGNA, Morgan .................................... 2005 GRAHAM, Myrna ...................................... 1988-89

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UWA All-Time Roster

GREVES, April ................................................ 1997 GUSLER, Donna ........................................ 1980-81

•H• HANKINS, Robin....................................... 1997-98 HANNA, Leslie ......................................... 1989-90 HARDAWAY, Rachel.................................. 2004-06 HARRISON, Stacey ................................... 1996-97 HEATON, Amanda.................................... 2004-05 HELMS, Becky ...........................................2003-06 HERRION, Edoli ........................................ 2001-04 HESTER, Erica ................................................ 2002 HICKMAN, Hazel........................................... 1981 HINTON, Riane ............................................. 1994 HIX, Ginger ............................................... 2001-02 HODGE, Vickie .............................................. 1979 HORTON, Shirley ..................................... 1979-80 HOWELL, Katy .............................................. 1998 HUBERT, Kelly........................................... 2001-02 HUNICUT, Melinda........................................ 1987

•I• IVEY, Morgan ............................................. 2005-06

•J• JACKSON, Traina ........................................... 1992 JACKSON, Zuinn............................................ 1995 JONES, Whitney ..............................................2007

•K• KEAHEY, Roni-Starr .................................. 1995-96 KELLY, Patricia KENT, Jordan ..................................... 2008-Pres. KING, Kathy ................................................... 1980

•L• LaCOSTE, Amanda ................................... 1999-01 LANGDON, Jane ........................................... 1979 LEWIS, Luane ............................................ 1988-91 LEONARD, Courtney ............................... 2002-04 LONG, Dee Dee ....................................... 1995-96 LONG, Kim .................................................... 2001 LOOB, Angie ............................................. 1995-96 LUNDIN, Gwen ........................................ 1990-93

•M• MARANHAO, Rafaella ............................... 2005-2007 MARTIN, Melaney .......................................... 1991 MASON, Katie........................................... 1998-99 MASON, Tasha .......................................... 2000-02 MAYNOR, Phyllis ........................................... 1984 McCALL, Lisa ................................................. 1984 McHALE, Alexis ................................. 2008-Pres. McLAIN, Sharon ............................................. 1979 MEHERG, Katherine.................................. 1981-84 MILES, Dondrea ............................................. 1984 MILLER, Katina .......................................... 1991-93 MOBLEY, Jennifer ........................................... 1992 MOFFETT, Melanie ................................... 2002-05 MORGAN, Amanda ....................................... 2006 MUNDINGER, DeAnn .............................. 1989-92 MURPHY, Laurie ............................................ 1982

•N• NAIL, Allison ............................................. 2005-08 NELSON, Robin .................................. 1986-87, 89

•O• O’DELl, Jennifer ........................................ 2000-01

•P• PAGE, Kristie ............................................. 1989-92 PEARSON, Candace.................................. 1998-99 PERALTA, Karen........................................ 1979-80 PEDROSA, Ana Gabriella .................... 2007-Pres. PHILLIPS, Johnna ........................................1992-93 PRESLEY, Suzette ........................................... 1984 PRICE, Lolita .................................................. 1981

•R• REED, Tara ..................................................... 1993 RICKS, Christy ........................................... 1998-02 RODGERS, Paula ............................................ 1996 ROGERS, Tracey ............................................. 1984 ROY, Joanna ............................................... 2002-04 RUNDLES, Alley..............................................2007

•S• SCHRECK, Theresa SCHROEDER, Amber .................................... 2003 SING, Melissa ................................................. 1990 SKINNER, Paula ............................................. 1979 SMALLWOOD, Shaye ............................... 1999-00 SMITH, Amy ................................................... 1979 SPARKMAN, Susan .................................... 1994-97 SPENCER, Dana ............................................. 1987 SPILLERS, Erin ................................................ 2000 STACKS, Devra ......................................... 1993-94 STECKEL, Nici ...........................................2005-06 STONE, Becky ...........................................2001-02 STRATTON, Teresa ........................................1980 STUNDON, Tammy ..................................1993-94 SULLIVAN, Cathy............................................1984 SWAN, Jacquie ...........................................2005-08 SYKES, Jessica .............................................1992-95 SZYMANSKi, Christine

•T• TAYLOR, Chelsea .......................................1995-96 TEW, Mary..................................................1987-88 THOMAS, Jennifer ...............................1999, 02-03 THOMAS, Syreeta ..........................................2002 THOMPSON, Amy ....................................1992-95 THOMPSON, Missy ........................................1987 TIMMONS, Mozette ..................................1988-91 TIMMONS, Sylv ............................................. 1981 TRUELOVE, Michelle ................................ 1998-99 TUCKER, Mona......................................... 1980-81

•V• VICKERY, Elizabeth ........................................ 1979 VIVINO, Julie .................................................. 1993 VONK, Judy .................................................... 1980

•W• WADE, Christ............................................ 1990-91 WARR, Luan WATERS, Pam ........................................... 1979-80 WATKINS, Jess ............................................... 2001 WEBB, Robyn WESLEY, Karisa ......................................... 1997-98 WESLEY, Kelly ........................................... 2000-03 WILKINSON, Stacey ...................................... 1984 WILLIAMS, Vonda .......................................... 1984 WILLIAMSON, Katie ................................. 2000-01 WIPPERFURTH, Lisa ................................. 1993-96 WISE, Jody ...................................................... 1981 WRIGHT, Jazlyn ................................. 2006-pres.

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL KILLS Player Season 1. Amanda Heaton 2005 2. Ana Gabriela Pedrosa 2008 3. Allison Nail 2007 4. Delice Downing 2001 5. Regan Adams 2000 6. Amanda Heaton 2004 7. Erika Britton 2002 8. Susan Adcock 2002 9. Becky Stone 2001 10. Becky Stone 2002 ATTACK ATTEMPTS Player 1. Amanda Heaton 2. Amanda Heaton 3. Robin Hankins 4. Delice Downing 5. Susan Adcock 6. Haley Ball 7. Regan Adams 8. Regan Adams 9. Susan Adcock 10. Allison Nail

Season 2005 2004 1998 2001 2002 2004 1998 2000 2001 2006

ATTACK PERCENTAGE (MIN. 500) Player Season 1. Erika Britton 2002 2. Becky Stone 2002 3. Becky Stone 2001 4. Allison Nail 2007 5. Erika Britton 2001 6. Jessica Crook 2007 Ana Gabriela Pedrosa 2008 8. Regan Adams 1999 9. Gabriela Pedrosa 2007 10. Melissa Bartlett 2003 ASSISTS Player 1. Morgan Graffigna 2. Christy Ricks 3. Christy Ricks 4. Alexis McHale 5. Giuliana De Francesco 6. Giuliana De Francesco 7. Becky Bailey 8. Whitney Burt 9. Katy Garrett 10. Karisa Wesley

Season 2005 2002 2001 2008 2007 2006 2003 2004 2000 1998

Kills 562 453 452 448 440 435 427 417 412 411

SERVICE ACES Player 1. Regan Adams 2. Jennifer Thomas 3. Jennifer Thomas 4. Regan Adams Delice Downing 6. Susan Adcock 7. Amanda Heaton 8. Susan Adcock 9. Gabriela Pedrosa 10. Robin Hankins

Att. 1,568 1,272 1,233 1,180 1,168 1,137 1,131 1,129 1,113 1,057

DIGS Player 1. Melanie Moffett 2. Melanie Moffett 3. Jacquie Swan 4. Betty Bosley 5. Susan Adcock 6. Kelly Wesley 7. Susan Adcock 8. Betty Bosley 9. Betty Bosley Robun Hankins

Season 2005 2004 2006 1998 2001 2003 2002 2000 1999 1998

Digs 761 624 561 532 485 449 447 414 411 411

Pct. .357 .345 .324 .312 .289 .272 .272 .261 .260 .252

BLOCK SOLOS Player 1. Regan Adams 2. Regan Adams 3. Erika Britton 4. Becky Stone 5. Jennifer Thomas 6. Regan Adams 7. Melissa Bartlett 8. Elizabeth Colley 9. Christy Ricks 10. Becky Stone

Season 2000 1999 2002 2001 1999 1998 2003 2003 2001 2002

BS 68 53 51 50 46 44 38 35 34 32

Att. 1,526 1,392 1,379 1,373 1,326 1,208 1,160 1,151 1,130 891

BLOCK ASSISTS Player 1. Becky Stone 2. Becky Stone 3. Regan Adams 4. Erika Britton Elizabeth Colley 6. Christy Ricks 7. Melissa Bartlett 8. Jordan Kent 9. Jennifer Thomas 10. Jessica Crook

Season 1998 2002 1999 1999 2001 2001 2005 2002 2007 1998

Aces 79 73 67 65 65 63 58 57 56 54

TEAM SEASON RECORDS KILLS 2,068

2001

ATTACK ATTEMPTS 5,567

2001

ATTACK PERCENTAGE .262

2008

ASSISTS 1,802

Season 2001 2002 2000 2002 2003 2001 2003 2008 2003 2006

Kills 125 122 109 105 105 91 90 80 79 78

2001

SERVICE ACES 355

2001

DIGS 2,537

2001

BLOCK SOLOS 157

1999

BLOCK ASSISTS 491

2001

TOTAL BLOCKS 388.5

2001

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM RECORDS WINS Season: 32 (32-14)

1996

GSC: 11 (11-5)

2002

LOSSES Season: 28 (12-28)

1998

GSC: 12 (2-12)

2005

CONSECUTIVE WINS Season: 18 (Aug. 24-Sep. 29) GSC: 4 (four times)

2007 2007 , 2001, 1996

WINNING PERCENTAGE Season: .818 (27-6)

2007

GSC: .688 (11-5)

2002

MATCHES PLAYED Season: 46 (32-14) GSC: 16 (tiwce - 6-10, 11-5)

Individual Season Records

1996 2000, 2002

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL KILLS Player Kills 1. Allison Nail 1,377 2. Regan Adams 1,236 3. Amanda Heaton 997 4. Bettey Bosley 872 5. Teresa Clements 831 6. Becky Stone 823 7. Susan Adcock 809 8. Ana Gabriela Pedrosa 793 9. Delice Downing 770 10. Jessica Crook 749

Yrs 2005-08 1998-00 2004-05 1998-00 2005-08 2001-02 2001-02 20072000-01 2006-

SERVICE ACES Player Aces 1. Regan Adams 196 2. Allison Nail 153 3. Susan Adcock 120 4. Jennifer Thomas 117 5. Amanda Heaton 111 6. Ana Gabriela Pedrosa 106 7. Guiliana De Franceso 98 8. Christy Ricks 96 Delice Downing 96 Rafaella Maranhao 96

Yrs 1998-00 2005-08 2001-02 1999, 03 2004-05 20072006-07 1998-02 2000-01 2005-07

ATTACK ATTEMPTS Player Att. 1. Allison Nail 3,442 2. Regan Adams 3,226 3. Amanda Heaton 2,840 4. Betty Bosley 2,766 5. Teresa Clements 2,439 6. Susan Adcock 2,281 6. Delice Downing 2,068 8. Haley Ball 1,965 9. Amanda LaCoste 1,931 10. Becky Stone 1,796

Yrs 2005-08 1998-00 2004-05 1998-00 2005-08 2001-02 2000-01 2003-04 1999-01 2001-02

DIGS Player 1. Melanie Moffett 2. Betty Bosley 3. Jacquie Swan 4. Allison Nail 5. Amanda LaCoste 6. Kelly Wesley 7. Susan Adcock 8. Christy Ricks 9. Regan Adams 10. Delice Downing

Digs 1,704 1,357 1,207 1,020 973 937 932 848 748 666

Yrs 2002-05 1998-00 2005-08 2005-08 1999-01 1999-01 2001-02 1998-02 1998-00 2000-01

ATTACK PERCENTAGE (MIN. 500) Player Pct. Yrs 1. Becky Stone .334 2001-02 2. Erika Britton .331 2001-02 3. Gabriela Pedrosa .260 20074. Allison Nail .258 2005-08 5. Melissa Bartlett .247 2003-04 6. Susan Adcock .226 2001-02 7. Regan Adams .222 1998-00 8. Refaella Maranhao .215 2005-07 9. Jessica Crook .214 2006Christy Ricks 1998-02

BLOCK SOLOS Player 1. Regan Adams 2. Elizabeth Colley 3. Becky Stone 4. Christy Ricks 5. Erika Britton 6. Betty Bosley 7. Melissa Bartlett 8. Jennifer Thomas 9. Jessica Crook 10. Teresa Clements

BS 165 85 82 77 76 68 60 58 49 42

Yrs 1998-00 2003-06 2001-02 1998-02 2001-02 1998-00 2003-04 1999, 03 20062005-08

ASSISTS Player Assists 1. Christy Ricks 3,612 2. Guiliana De Francesco 2,534 3. Katy Garrett 1,682 4. Morgan Graffigna 1,526 5. Alexis McHale 1,373 6. Becky Bailey 1,289 7. Whitney Burt 1,151 8. Karisa Wesley 891 9. Delice Downing 263 10. Jess Watkins 189

BLOCK ASSISTS Player 1. Elizabeth Colley 2. Regan Adams 3. Becky Stone 4. Christy Ricks 5. Jessica Crook 6. Erika Britton 7. Teresa Clements 8. Melissa Bartlett 9. Betty Bosley 10. Delice Downing

BA 267 254 247 226 214 172 169 161 157 139

Yrs 2003-06 1998-00 2001-02 1998-02 20062001-02 2005-08 2003-04 1998-00 2000-01

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Individual Career Records

TOTAL BLOCKS Player 1. Regan Adams 2. Elixabeth Colley 3. Becky Stone 4. Christy Ricks 5. Jessica Crook 6. Erika Britton 7. Betty Bosley 8. Melissa Bartlett 9. Teresa Clements 10. Jennifer Thomas

TB 419 352 329 303 263 248 225 221 208 185

Yrs 1998-00 2003-06 2001-02 1998-99,01,02 20062001-02 1998-00 2003-04 20051999, 03

Jessica Crook

Ana Gabriela Pedrosa

Alexis McHale

WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL KILLS Player 1. Allison Nail 2. Amanda Heaton 3. Nici Steckel 4. Regan Adams Regan Adams Amanda Heaton Amanda Heaton Amanda Heaton 9. Regan Adams Amanda Heaton

Kills 29 28 27 26 26 26 26 26 25 25

Date 9-9-06 10-25-05 9-1-06 9-26-98 9-28-99 10-2-04 10-7-05 9-20-05 10-24-00 9-3-04

ATTACK ATTEMPTS Player 1. Amanda Heaton Teresa Clements 3. Amanda Heaton 4. Amanda Heaton 5. Amanda Heaton Nici Steckel 7. Regan Adams Amanda Heaton Rafaella Maranhao 10. Amanda Heaton

KILLS (3 GAMES) Player Kills 1. Amanda Heaton 23 2. Ana Gabriela Pedrosa 21 Susan Adcock 21 4. Allison Nail 20 5. Becky Stone 19 6. Regan Adams 18 Amanda Heaton 18 Erika Britton 18 Rafaella Maranhao 18 10. Amanda Heaton 17

Date 10-5-05 9-12-08 10-7-02 10-10-06 9-7-02 9-24-00 10-22-05 11-5-02 8-26-05 11-4-05

ATTACK PERCENTAGE (MIN. 20) Player Pct. Date 1. Erika Britton .700 9-4-02 2. Erika Britton .696 10-5-02 3. Becky Stone .636 9-15-01 4. Becky Stone .600 10-26-02 Becky Stone .600 9-7-02 6. Erika Britton .560 8-31-02 7. Regan Adams .550 10-7-99 Elizabeth Colley .550 9-16-06 9. Michelle Truelove .550 9-2-99 10. Susan Adcock .542 9-17-01

BLOCK SOLOS Player 1. Regan Adams 2. Betty Bosley Guiliana De Francesco Teresa Clements Jennifer Thomas 6. Regan Adams Regan Adams Betty Bosley Elizabeth Colley Melissa Bartlett

Date 9-9-06 9-26-98 9-28-99 10-7-05 9-1-00 9-29-04 10-7-05 9-27-05 9-5-08 10-17-03

ASSISTS Player Assists 1. Morgan Graffigna 67 Karisa Wesley 67 Whitney Burt 67 4. Morgan Graffigna 66 Whitney Burt 66 6. Becky Bailey 63 Christy Ricks 63 8. Morgan Graffigna 62 9. Whitney Burt 61 10. Guiliana De Francesco 59

Date 10-25-05 9-1-06 10-2-04 9-20-05 10-24-00 10-10-04 9-3-04 9-3-04 9-15-98 10-27-06

SERVICE ACES Player Aces 1. Regan Adams 11 Amanda Heaton 11 3. Jessica Allred 8 4. Amanda Heaton 7 Amanda Heaton 7 Guiliana De Francesco 7 Jennifer Thomas 7 Jennifer Thomas 7 9. Melanie Moffett 6 Rafaella Maranhao 6

KILLS (4 GAMES) Player Kills 1. Allison Nail 29 2. Regan Adams 26 Regan Adams 26 Amanda Heaton 26 5. Regan Adams 24 Amanda Heaton 24 Rafaella Marahao 24 Rafaella Maranhao 24 9. Ana Gabriela Pedrosa 23 Haley Ball 23 KILLS (5 GAMES) Player 1. Amanda Heaton 2. Nici Steckel 3. Amanda Heaton Amanda Heaton 5. Regan Adams Amanda Heaton Amanda Heaton 8. Amanda Heaton Katy Howell 10. Allison Nail

Kills 28 27 26 26 25 25 25 24 24 23

Att. 71 71 68 66 65 65 64 64 64 63

Date 9-20-05 10-27-06 10-25-05 9-18-05 9-21-04 9-1-06 9-26-98 10-16-04 10-14-05 10-7-05

DIGS Player 1. Melanie Moffett 2. Rafaella Maranhao 3. Melanie Moffett Melanie Moffett 5. Melanie Moffett Melanie Moffett 7. Jacquie Swan Melanie Moffett Melanie Moffett 10. Melanie Moffett

Digs 43 39 38 38 35 35 34 34 34 33

Date 9-3-04 9-3-05 10-16-04 9-18-05 9-27-05 9-29-04 9-19-06 10-25-05 9-3-04 9-9-05

BS 8 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Date 8-27-99 8-27-99 9-1-06 9-2-05 10-5-99 8-28-99 10-5-99 9-2-99 10-18-03 9-5-03

Date 9-18-05 9-15-98 10-10-04 10-25-05 10-2-04 9-26-03 10-12-02 10-7-05 9-29-04 10-27-06

BLOCK ASSISTS Player BA 1. Becky Stone 10 Becky Stone 10 Jessica Crook 10 4. Regan Adams 9 5. Elizabeth Colley 8 Elizabeth Colley 8 Melissa Bartlett 8 8. Elizabeth Colley 7 Elizabeth Colley 7 Guiliana De Francesco 7

Date 8-31-01 9-1-01 9-1-06 11-4-99 10-15-03 10-28-03 9-29-04 10-25-05 10-7-06 10-17-06

Date 10-7-99 9-11-04 10-29-99 10-27-04 9-7-05 9-2-06 10-26-03 10-12-99 9-30-05 10-22-05

TOTAL BLOCKS Player 1. Becky Stone 2. Becky Stone 3. Regan Adams Becky Stone Jessica Crook 6. Melissa Bartlett Elizabeth Colley Melissa Bartlett Elizabeth Colley Elizabeth Collet

Total Date 13 9-1-01 12 8-31-01 10 11-4-99 10 9-27-01 10 9-1-06 9 10-26-03 a 9 10-28-03 9 9-29-04 9 10-25-05 9 10-7-06

Individual Match Records

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WEST ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL KILLS Kills 1. 82 2. 79 79 79 5. 78 78 78 8. 77 9. 76 76

Opponent Southwest Baptist (9-3-04) Valdosta State (10-10-04) Southern Arkansas (10-12-04) UAH (9-26-03) Martin Methodist (10-2-04) Lincoln Memorial (10-20-02) Lincoln Memorial (9-18-05) Loyola (9-1-06) Lincoln Memorial (11-10-02) West Florida (10-7-05)

ATTACK ATTEMPTS Attacks Opponent 1. 257 Lincoln Memorial (11-10-02) 2. 228 West Georgia (10-17-98) 3. 223 Lincoln Memorial (9-18-05) 4. 222 West Florida (10-17-03) 5. 221 Millsaps (10-8-98) 6. 216 Ouachita Baptist (9-3-05) 216 Millsaps (9-15-98) 8. 215 MUW (10-24-00) 9. 214 Lincoln Memorial (10-16-04) 10. 211 Southern Arkansas (9-3-04)

DIGS Digs 1. 133 2. 126 3. 124 4. 118 5. 115 6. 113 7. 112 8. 111 111 10. 109

KILLS (3 GAMES) Kills Opponent 1. 61 UAH (11-7-02) 2, 60 Millsaps (8-31-01) 3. 59 Southern Arkansas (10-14-06) 4. 58 Ouachita Baptist (10-26-02) 5. 57 Christian Brothers (5-12-08) 6. 56 Mississippi College (8-29-03) 56 Albany State (10-5-02) 56 Rhodes (9-7-02) 56 Lincoln Memorial (9-30-01) 10. 55 West Georgia (10-26-02)

ATTACK PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10) pct. opponent 1. .506 Miles (9-7-01) 2. .429 Huntingdon (10-5-06) 3. .415 Judson (9-7-05) 4. .404 Miles (9-11-04) 5. .402 Rhodes (9-7-02) 6. .397 Spring Hill(10-7-03) 7. .396 Mississippi College (8-29-03) 8. .395 Millsaps (8-31-01) 9. .388 NC Central (8-24-01) 10. .386 Miles (10-2-04)

BLOCK SOLOS BS Opponent 1. 16 Augusta State (8-27-99) 2. 14 Augusta State (9-2-00) 14 Millsaps (9-2-99) 4. 12 UAH (10-5-99) 5. 11 Huntingdon (9-2-99) 6. 10 Wheeling Jesuit (8-25-01) 10 Francis Marion (9-2-00) 8. 8 Arkansas Tech (9-11-04) 8 Tarleton State (9-2-05 8 Missouri Western State (9-9-05)

KILLS (4 GAMES) Kills Opponent 1. 78 Lincoln Memorial (10-20-02 2. 76 West Florida (10-7-05) 3. 72 Martin Methodist (10-10-00) 72 West Florida 9-21-06) 5. 70 West Florida (10-17-03) 70 Christian Brothers (9-9-06) 70 West Georgia (9-28-99) 70 Montevallo (9-29-04) 9. 69 West Georgia (11-1-05) 10. 68 Christian Brothers (9-19-06)

ASSISTS Assists 1. 74 2. 72 3. 71 71 5. 69 69 7. 68 8. 67 67 10. 66

BLOCK ASSISTS BA Opponent 1. 32 Millsaps (8-31-01) 2. 30 Loyola (9-1-01) 3. 28 Christian Brothers (10-28-03) 4. 26 Montevallo (10-25-05) 26 MUW (9-27-01) 6. 24 New Haven (10-7-06) 24 Montevallo (10-15-03) 24 UAH (10-17-06) 24 Montevallo (9-29-04) 10. 23 West Florida (10-27-06)

KILLS (5 GAMES) Kills Opponent 1. 82 Southwest Baptist (9-3-04) 2. 79 Valdosta State (10-10-04) 79 Southern Arkansas (10-12-04) 79 UAH (9-26-03) 5. 78 Martin Methodist (10-2-04) 78 Lincoln Memorial (9-18-05) 8. 77 Loyola (9-1-06) 9. 76 Lincoln Memorial (11-10-02) 76 Millsaps (9-15-98) 10. 75 West Florida (10-7-06)

SERVICE ACES Aces Opponent 1. 22 Judson (9-7-05) 22 Jackson State (9-11-99) 3. 21 Spelman College (8-31-02) 4. 20 Miles (10-4-02) 5. 19 Presbyterian (10-29-99) 6. 18 Faulkner (8-30-02) 7. 17 West Georgia (10-17-98) 17 Miles (9-11-04) 9. 16 Belhaven (8-31-01 16 Lincoln Memorial (10-7-99)

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Team Match Records

Opponent Lincoln Memorial (9-18-05) Valdosta State (10-10-04) Lincoln Memorial (11-10-02) Montevallo (10-25-05) Martin Methodist (10-2-04) Millsaps (9-15-98) West Florida (10-7-05) West Florida (10-27-06) Montevallo (9-29-04) Southern Arkansas (10-12-02)

Opponent Lincoln Memorial (11-10-02) Millsaps (10-8-98) Wingate (8-24-01) Millsaps (9-15-98) Charleston (8-25-01) Ouachita Baptist (9-3-05) Southern Arkansas (10-12-02) Wheelinf Jesuit (8-25-01) Christian Brothers (9-15-01) Huntingdon (9-25-98)

TOTAL BLOCKS Total Opponent 1. 22.0 Loyola (9-1-01) 2. 20.0 Augusta State (9-2-00) 3. 19.0 Millsaps (8-31-01) 19.0 Lincoln Memorial (10-26-03) 5. 18.5 Augusta State (8-27-99) 6. 18.0 Loyola (11-3-02) 18.0 Christian Brothers (10-26-02) 18.0 MUW (9-27-01) 9. 17.5 Spring Hill (10-7-03)


2009 UWA Volleyball Media Guide