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FALL 2013

MEDIA GUIDE VOLLEYBALL

VOLLEYBALL FALL 2013 Table of Contents Quick Facts .................................................................................................. 3 Director of Athletics..................................................................................... 4 Wilmington University at a Glance .............................................................. 5 Head Coach Kim Huggins-Habbert .............................................................. 6 Assistant Coach Ross Barlow ....................................................................... 7 2013 Schedule ............................................................................................ 9 2013 Numerical Roster .............................................................................. 11 2013 Wildcats.......................................................................................12-23 2012 Individual Statistics .......................................................................... 26 2012 Results ............................................................................................. 27 2012 CACC Standings ................................................................................ 28 2012 CACC Tournament ............................................................................. 29 Career Award Winners ............................................................................... 31 Record Book .........................................................................................32-37 All-Time Results ...................................................................................38-40 Location Map ............................................................................................ 42 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference....................................................... 43

Quick Facts University Location .........................................................................New Castle, Del. Founded ..........................................................................................1968 Enrollment .....................................................................................3,300 Nickname ...................................................................................Wildcats Colors ............................................................................... Green & White Affiliation .......................................................................NCAA Division II Conference ........................Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC)

Coaches Head Coach ........................................ Kim Huggins-Habbert (10th Year) Record at Wilmington......................................... 163-137 (117-53 CACC) Career Record ................................................................................. Same Office Phone ................................................................... (302) 356-6750 Assistant Coach ....................................................................Ross Barlow Trainer ....................................................................................Chris Stella

Team Information Home Field ...........................................................Wilmington Athletic Complex 2012 Record ............................................................26-8 (18-1 CACC, 1st South) 2013 Captains .............................................................................................. N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost .....................................................................10/3 Starters Returning (10+)/Lost ......................................................................7/2 Newcomers ...................................................................................................... 4

Publication Information The 2013 Wilmington University Volleyball Media Guide is published by the Wilmington Athletics Department, Linda Andrzjewski, Director. Writing, layout, and design by the University Relations Department and the Coordinator of Sports Information.

Sports Information Volleyball Contact................................................................Dan Lauletta Email ..........................................................daniel.j.lauletta@wilmu.edu Phone............................................................................. (302) 356-2020 Cell ................................................................................. (610) 613-8262 Website ......................................................... www.wilmu.edu/athletics

Editor: Dan Lauletta Layout & Design: University Relations Cover Design: University Relations Editorial Assistance: Dan Lauletta Photography: Dan Lauletta, James Jones, Tim Shaffer, Paul Patton, Susan Gregg, Mark Tetreault Sports Information Department WU Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 Office Phone: FAX: Soccer Office:

(302) 356-2020 (302) 328-7376 (302) 356-6751

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Interview Availability Media interview requests for Wilmington head coach Kim Huggins-Habbert, her coaching staff, and WU volleyball players would be directed to Dan Lauletta in the Wilmington University Athletics Complex. Coaches and players are available for interviews during the week around the squad’s practice schedule and after competition.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Linda Van Drie Andrzjewski Director of Athletics | Sixth Year As the Director of Athletics at Wilmington University, I would like to welcome you to the 2013-14 academic year. This is an exciting time for the Wildcats, as it is the second full season after we officially opened our facility on Route 40. The new athletics complex will be home to six of our athletic teams, the administrative offices and another state of the art athletic training facility. The facility features a beautiful turf field and outdoor seating for 300, a spacious gymnasium with seating for 400 and additional locker room space. This new facility will enhance the growth of our program and be a sense of pride for all Wildcats. Our athletic teams continue to grow and do well. For the fourth year in a row, the men’s program has won the coveted Restaino Cup in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. This is no doubt a reflection of our excellent coaching staff. This year we plan to build on this success and continue to compete for conference and post-season titles in all of our sports programs. The success of our program is contingent upon the support of the administration the quality of the student-athletes we have in each sport. At Wilmington University we are proud of our strong staff and wonderful student-athletes. This is an exciting era for Wilmington University and the athletic program as members of NCAA Division II. I am very fortunate to be working with an athletic department that has such a fine history and a real vision of what it takes to compete at the Division II level. I am also honored to be associated with a very caring, dedicated and talented athletics staff and coaches and especially our wonderful and diligent studentathletes who work so hard to carry on the tradition of excellence at Wilmington University. I hope that you will take the time to support all of the Wildcats’ teams. Their hard work and contributions to Wilmington University, on and off the competitive field, are to be recognized and commended. It is a great time to be a Wildcat! Yours in Sport,

Linda M. Van Drie Andrzjewski

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WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Wilmington University is a private, non-profit university that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of career areas. The University began with a charter class of 194 students in 1968 and now enrolls a diverse student body numbering more than 15,000 annually. Founded as Wilmington College, on September 10, 2007 the institution officially became Wilmington University after the approval of the Board of Trustees and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The name was changed to better reflect the emphasis on bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs that distinguish Wilmington University from other colleges as well as to effectively communicate the full commitment and mission of the University. The program of day, evening, and weekend classes serves traditional high school graduates as well as non-traditional adult students in need of flexible scheduling. Classes are primarily offered in 15-week, 7-week, and weekend modular formats. In addition to these face-to-face learning options, Wilmington University offers a wide array of online learning options, including fully-online degree programs and hybrid courses and programs (combining face-to-face and online learning). Wilmington University’s main campus is located near the cities of Wilmington and historic New Castle, Delaware. The campus is easily accessible by air, rail, and bus. Our central location in the northeast/mid-Atlantic corridor of the United States provides students convenient access to the major cities of Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Recreational areas such as beaches and ski resorts are within easy driving distance. Additional University locations in Delaware include the Wilson Graduate Center, Middletown, Dover, Dover Air Force Base, Georgetown, Rehoboth Beach, and North Wilmington. In New Jersey, Wilmington University offers programs on Burlington County College and Cumberland County College campuses and the Joint Base Education Center for McGuire AFB/Fort Dix/Lakehurst Naval Air Station, in addition to a selection of courses offered at Salem Community College. In Maryland, select Wilmington University teacher-education degree programs are available at Cecil College’s Elkton location. Wilmington University generally serves commuter students and does not provide student housing facilities. However, the University welcomes all qualified students and assists those needing living accommodations by providing a listing of nearby rental opportunities.

Brian August Associate Athletics Director

Erin Harvey Compliance Coordinator/SWA

Dan Lauletta Sports Information Director

Christopher Stella Head Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Good Assistant Athletic Trainer

Amanda Pupillo Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Clint Robertson Faculty Athletics Rep.

Rich Groff Grounds & Facilities Manager

Doug Nowell Assistant Grounds & Facilities

Nick Papanicolas Athletics Associate

Patty Greene Assistant to Athletics Director

Colin Smith Assistant to Compliance

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COACHING STAFF

Kim Huggins-Habbert Head Coach | 10th Season Kim Huggins-Habbert begins her tenth season as the head coach of the Wilmington volleyball program in 2013. Being the only coach in program history since the University joined the NCAA Division II ranks in 2004, she enters the 2013 season with a 163-137 overall record. Huggins-Habbert and the Wildcats were one step away from their ultimate goal of a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship in 2012, falling to Dominican in the title match. The Wildcats blazed through the regular season, going 28-6 overall and 18-1 in the CACC to capture the South Division Regular Season Championship. Huggins-Habbert coached the CACC Player of the Year, as well as her first AVCA All-Region Player in 2012. The Wildcats had four players named All-CACC, three of which return for the 2013 season. In her first season as head coach, Huggins-Habbert coached the team to a perfect 20-0 CACC record and a 27-9 overall record. The team won both the CACC regular season and tournament titles, earning the program and University’s first berth into the NCAA Division II Northeast Regional Championship. Huggins-Habbert became the head coach of the Wildcat program after one year as an assistant in 2003 where she once again helped coach the team to a perfect 18-0 conference record and a 27-10 overall record. That team was unable to compete in the CACC Tournament, however, due to the NCAA provisional time table. Prior to joining the Wilmington University ranks, Huggins-Habbert spent 10 years at the helm of the Christiana High School bench in Newark, Del. She helped lead the Vikings to two Blue Hen Conference titles and an appearance in the Delaware State finals. She was awarded the Delaware Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association Coach of the Year award in 1995 and finished her high school coaching career with a record of 113-66. Huggins-Habbert became a coach after a successful collegiate career at NCAA Division I James Madison University where she was an outside hitter and a defensive specialist for the Dukes. She is very active in all areas of volleyball in Delaware. Huggins-Habbert serves on the board of the Delaware Volleyball Coaches Association and is the director of First State Volleyball club which promotes volleyball players ranging from ages 11 through 18. That club has sent two teams to the United States Volleyball Association National Tournament. Huggins-Habbert graduated from James Madison University with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and secondary education and earned her master’s degree in school counseling from Wilmington University. She is currently employed as a guidance counselor at Christiana High School.

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COACHING STAFF

Ross Barlow Assistant Coach | 10th Season Ross Barlow begins his tenth season as an assistant coach of the volleyball program at Wilmington University, and has been involved since the team joined the ranks of the NCAA in 2004, all under head coach Kim Huggins-Habbert. Barlow has been involved in coaching high school volleyball in Delaware for 17 years, which includes two Blue Hen Conference titles and numerous Delaware State Tournament appearances. He also has been an active coach in the USA Junior Olympic program, coaching with Diamond State Juniors, Delaware Juniors and currently with First State Volleyball Club. He has earned a Level II CAP accreditation through USA Volleyball and has had an article published in USA Volleyball Magazine. He also recently coached the University of Delaware Men’s Club for two years. Barlow’s volleyball career began when he played for the University of Delaware Men’s Club team under legendary Delaware coach Barbara Viera. He went on to compete for many years in the United States Volleyball Association on teams in the Keystone, Garden State and Chesapeake areas. Barlow graduated from the University of Delaware with a BSAG in biological sciences and a BAAS in plant science. He also completed his masters of education in science curriculum at the University of Delaware.

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SCHEDULE 8

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New Haven Friday, September 6 | West Haven, Conn. Stonehill Saturday, September 7 | West Haven, Conn. LIU Post Saturday, September 7 | West Haven, Conn. Chestnut Hill Wednesday, September 11 | Philadelphia Eckerd Friday, September 13 | St. Petersburg, Fla. Nova Southeastern Friday, September 13 | St. Petersburg, Fla. Bentley Saturday, September 14 | St. Petersburg, Fla Barry Saturday, September 14 | St. Petersburg, Fla Georgian Court Tuesday, September 17 | Newark, Del. Shepherd Wednesday, September 18 | Newark, Del. Millersville Friday, September 20 | Newark, Del. Adelphi Friday, September 20 | Newark, Del. NYIT Saturday, September 21 | Newark, Del. Le Moyne Saturday, September 21 | Newark, Del. University of the Sciences Wednesday, September 25 | Philadelphia Felician Saturday, September 28 | Newark, Del.

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2013 SCHEDULE Philadelphia Tuesday, October 1 | Newark, Del. Holy Family Thursday, October 3 | Philadelphia Caldwell Saturday, October 5 | Caldwell, N.J. Holy Family Friday, October 11 | Newark, Del. Bloomfield Saturday, October 12 | Newark, Del. Goldey-Beacom Tuesday, October 15 | Wilmington, Del. Dominican Saturday, October 19 | Newark, Del. Georgian Court Sunday, October 20 | Lakewood, N.J. Philadelphia Wednesday, October 23 | Philadelphia University of the Sciences Friday, October 25 | Newark, Del. Post Saturday, October 26 | Waterbury, Conn. Chestnut Hill Tuesday, October 29 | Newark, Del. Goldey-Beacom Thursday, October 31 | Newark, Del. Concordia Saturday, November 2 | Bronxville, N.Y. Nyack Saturday, November 9 | Nyack, N.Y.

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2013 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Hometown/High School (Previous)

Major

1 2 3 5 8 9 11 12 14 15 21 25 27 30

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

DS/L MH S/OPP S OH/OPP OH MH/OPP DS/L MH OH DS/L OH S/OPP MH/OPP

5-7 6-3 5-9 5-6 5-10 5-8 5-11 5-5 6-0 5-8 5-8 5-10 5-10 5-10

Wilmington, Del./Padua Academy Pasadena, Md./Broadneck Wyoming, Del./Caesar Rodney Woodbine, Md./Glenelg San Clemente, Calif./San Clemente Wilmington, Del./A.I. DuPont Export, Pa./Greensburg Salem Reisterstown, Md./Dulaney Claymont, Del./Concord Glen Burnie, Md./Old Mill Newark, Del./St. Elizabeth’s Monroeville, Pa./Gateway East Moriches, N.Y./Westhampton Beach Abingdon, Md./Bel Air

Sports Management Criminal Justice Mid-Level Education: 6-8 Business Management Elementary Education: K-6 Media Design Criminal Justice Early Childhood Ed: 0-2 Elementary Education: K-6 Behavioral Science Psychology Business Management Sports Management Psychology

Shelby Henderson Katie Shorter Nicole Shuba Kasey Couch Hannah McQueen Taylor Rapuano Hannah Karas Jessica Starr Brittany Biddle Kaitlin DiGiacinto Annie Scarfo Allison Briley Alex Siolos Tia Williams

Head Coach: Kim Huggins-Habbert, 10th season (James Madison University ‘92) Assistant Coach: Ross Barlow Athletic Trainer: Chris Stella

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14 | Brittany Biddle Senior | Middle Hitter | 6-0 Claymont, Del. / Concord Junior Season (2012): Second Team All-CACC performer – Finished fourth on the team with 1.71 kills per set as a middle hitter – led the team with a .274 hitting percentage on 566 attempts – second on the team and third in the CACC with 1.00 blocks per set – second in the CACC behind Katie Shorter with 119 total blocks, fourth in block assists with 87 and fifth in block solos with 32 – collected a season high 14 kills at Holy Family on October 5, committing only two errors on 25 attempts – had 13 kills in a match twice in the season and 10 kills against Georgian Court in the CACC Tournament Semifinals – had the second most total blocks in a game in program history with 11 at Concord on September 1 – set a program record with 10 block assists at Concord on September 1 – second on the program’s all-time block list with 280 – named Capital One Academic All-America Third Team, and Capital One Academic All-District I team. Sophomore Season (2011): Second Team All-CACC performer – third on the team with 181 kills (1.93 per set) – second on the team and fourth in the CACC with 74 total blocks – finished third in the CACC with 0.79 blocks per set – finished sixth in the CACC with a .229 hitting percentage on 524 attempts – added 10 service aces and 60 digs – recorded a season high 12 kills in three separate matches, including November 8 at Dominican in the CACC Quarterfinals – collected a season high seven blocks at Georgian Court on October 20 – tallied a season high six digs in three separate matches – Capital One Academic All-District I team. Freshman Season (2010): Second Team All-CACC performer – second on the team with 209 kills, third with 1.90 kills per set – second on the team with 88 total blocks, averaging 0.79 blocks per set – second in the CACC with a .297 hitting percentage – added 10 aces and 67 digs on the year – had a season high 12 kills against Shepherd on November 2, hitting .524 for the match – had five matches with double-digit kills – had a season high six blocks twice on the year, first at Dominican on October 16 (four solos, two assists), and against Shepherd on November 2 (two solos, four assists). High School: Four year letterwinner in volleyball at Concord High School under coaches Ray Heilie and Bob Trinsey – helped lead the team to a Blue Hen Conference Championship as a junior in 2008 – named First Team All-State from 2008-09 – earned Second Team All-State as a sophomore – named Third Team All-Conference in 2006 – earned All-State All-Academics and the Blue Hen Academia Award each year at Concord – two-year honor student – made distinguished honors 2007-10 Personal: Brittany Lee Biddle – daughter of Gilbert and Brenda Biddle – has three brothers, Joshua Biddle, William Shahan, and Etienne LPX – majoring in elementary education at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a special education teacher – from Claymont, Del. – Favorite pro team is the Philadelphia Flyers – Most played song on her iPod is blow me away by Breaking Benjamin – If she could date any celebrity it would be Scotty McCreery – If someone were to make her a perfect meal she would want it to be a grilled buffalo chicken salad – She draws her inspiration from her life experiences and her parents. Season

M-G

Kills

Pct.

Assists

Aces

Digs

Blocks

Solo

Assist

2010

33-110

209 (1.90)

.297

6 (0.05)

10 (0.09)

67 (0.61)

87 (0.79)

33

54

2011

29-94

181 (1.93)

.229

6 (0.06)

10 (0.11)

60 (0.64)

74 (0.79)

22

52

2012

34-119

203 (1.71)

.274

12 (0.10)

-

37 (0.31)

119 (1.00)

32

87

Total

96-323

593 (1.84)

.267

24 (0.07)

20 (0.06)

164 (0.51)

280 (0.87)

87

193

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21 | Annie Scarfo Senior | Defensive Specialist / Libero | 5-8 Newark, Del. / St. Elizabeth’s Junior Season (2012): Appeared in 33 matches and 110 sets as a junior on the back row – recorded six matches of double-digit digs – had a season high 14 digs against Goldey-Beacom on October 9 – recorded 27 aces with a .940 serve percentage on the season – had seven matches with two service aces, including a service ace in each the CACC Quarterfinal and the CACC Championship match – Wilmington Academic All-Star Sophomore Season (2011): Appeared in 25 matches and 57 sets as a sophomore – recorded 24 kills and 19 service aces – added 49 digs and two block assists as well – tallied a season high seven kills at USciences on October 6, adding four digs – recorded six kills on 11 attempts and no errors at Bowie State on October 13 – recorded a season high eight digs against Bowie State on October 29 – recorded the fourth most aces in a match against Bowie State on October 29 with seven. Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in 11 matches as a freshman, playing in 15 sets – recorded 28 kills, nine service aces, and 29 digs on the year – tallied a season high six kills in three separate matches, first at Felician on October 9 – also had a season high six digs at Felician on October 9 – tallied a season high four aces against Bowie State on October 14. High School: Two year letterwinner in volleyball at St. Elizabeth High School – member of St. Elizabeth’s National Honor Society – four year honor student – member of the Student Leadership Group – 2008-09 Class President Personal: AnnMarie Scarfo – daughter of Robert and Theresa Scarfo – has two older brothers, Bobby and Marcus – mother, Theresa, played college basketball – majoring in psychology at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a physician’s assistant – from Newark, Del. – the most played song on her iPod is “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke – her favorite movie is My Cousin Vinny – her favorite cartoon character is Stewie from Family Guy – her favorite meal is chicken and dumplings. Season

M-G

Kills

Pct.

Assists

Aces

Digs

Blocks

Solo

Assist

2010

11-15

28 (1.87)

.224

0 (0.00)

9 (0.60)

29 (1.93)

1 (0.07)

0

1

2011

25-57

24 (0.42)

.265

3 (0.05)

19 (0.33)

49 (0.86

2 (0.04)

0

2

2012

33-110

3 (0.03)

-.087

2 (0.02)

27 (0.25)

196 (1.78)

1 (0.01)

0

1

Total

69-182

55 (0.30)

.199

5 (0.03)

55 (0.30)

274 (1.51)

4 (0.02)

0

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2013 WILDCATS 2 | Katie Shorter Senior | Middle Hitter | 6-3 Pasadena, Md. / Broadneck Junior Season (2012): Became program’s first All-East Region performer, earning Daktronics and AVCA First Team All-East Region – named CACC Player of the Year and First Team All-CACC – was CACC Player of the Week on September 17 and October 24 – set program records for total blocks in a season (175), blocks per set (1.50) and blocks in a match (13 against Georgian Court on November 11) – broke the program’s all-time block record and has 361 after three seasons – finished the season with averaging 1.14 blocks per set for her career, topping the all-time list – third on the team with 234 kills (2.00 per set) and 3.01 points per set – finished third in the NCAA Division II ranks with a 1.50 blocks per set average – tallied a season high 15 kills in the five set victory over Caldwell on October 20, while recording only one error on 27 swings for a .519 hitting percentage – recorded five games with double-digit kills, including 12 in the CACC Semifinals against Georgian Court – recorded four solo blocks and nine block assists for a record 13 total blocks against Georgian Court in the CACC Semifinals on November 9 – also recorded 10 total blocks (seven solo) against Pace on September 7 – Wilmington Academic All-Star. Sophomore Season (2011): Appeared in all 30 matches as a sophomore, playing in 98 sets – fourth on the team with 1.82 kills per set – led the CACC with a .307 attack percentage, but didn’t have eben attempts (387) to count – led the CACC with 37 block solos, 61 block assists, 98 total blocks, and 1.00 blocks per set – had a season high 13 kills at USciences on October 6 – recorded double-digit kills in five matches – collected a season high eight blocks (four solo, four block assists) against Holy Family in the CACC Semifinals. Freshman Season (2010): Second in the CACC with 88 total blocks and a 0.86 blocks per set average – collected 1.30 kills per set, playing in all 34 matches and playing in 102 sets – finished with 42 solo blocks and 46 block assists – had a season high 10 kills twice on the year, first against Goldey-Beacom on September 23 and again at Felician on October 9 – added a season high seven blocks (five solo, two assists) against Goldey-Beacom on September 23. High School: Four year letter winner in volleyball at both North East High School and Broadneck High School (2009) – helped lead Broadneck to a Maryland State Championship in 2009 – Second Team All-County in 2009 – named captain of 2008 team at Northeast High School – top blocker in conference – four year honor student. Personal: Kaitlin Linnea Shorter – daughter of David and Kim Shorter – has a younger brother, Tyler – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a DEA agent – from Pasadena, Md. – her favorite movie is Bridesmaids – her favorite cartoon character is Winnie the Pooh – her perfect meal would be sushi and cupcakes – If she could be the head coach of any team she would choose the USA men’s volleyball team – If she could date one celebrity she would pick Joe Manganiello. Season

M-G

Kills

Pct.

Assists

Aces

Digs

Blocks

Solo

Assist

2010

34-102

133 (1.30)

.188

6 (0.06)

6 (0.06)

26 (0.25)

88 (0.86)

42

46

2011

30-98

178 (1.82)

.307

5 (0.05)

7 (0.07)

41 (0.42)

98 (1.00)

37

61

2012

34-117

234 (2.00)

.270

10 (0.09)

0 (0.00)

30 (0.26)

175 (1.50)

61

114

Total

98-317

554 (172)

.260

21 (0.07)

13 (0.04)

97 (0.31)

361 (1.14)

140

221

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2013 WILDCATS 5 | Kasey Couch Junior | Setter | 5-6 Woodbine, Md. / Glenelg

Sophomore Season (2012): Finished the year with an average of 4.51 assists per set – second on the team with 523 assists on the season, eighth all-time in program history – also helped out defensively with 252 digs on the year – collected 28 service aces on the year, finishing with a .901 service percentage – had a season high 28 assists twice in the year, first against Nyack on September 22 and against Caldwell on October 20, both five set victories – collected 27 assists on October 26 against USciences in four assists – had a season high 14 digs against Stonehill on September 15, finishing with a double-double with 25 assists. Freshman Season (2011): Appeared in 29 matches while playing in 92 sets as a freshman setter – was second on the team with 292 assists, averaging 3.17 per set – added 147 digs on the season – collected 22 service aces – recorded a season high four aces against Holy Family on October 4 – had 15 matches with double-digit assists, including a season high 25 at Chestnut Hill on September 20, adding 10 digs for the double-double. High School: Four year letterwinner in volleyball at Glenelg High School – helped lead team to finish second in Maryland in 2008 – named Second Team All-County as a senior – earned team captain as a senior – named to honor roll 2009-11 Personal: Kasey S. Couch – daughter of Rick Couch and Karey Thesing – majoring in business at Wilmington University – from Woodbine, Md. – Her favorite sports team is the Baltimore Ravens – if she could have a prefect meal prepared for her it would be Lobster, steak, mashed potatoes and corn – one of her biggest pet peeves are dirty dishes – If she could date a celebrity she would date Paul Walker – her favorite movie is a Walk to Remember

Season M-G Kills 2011 29-92 15 (0.16) 2012 33-116 21 (2.17) Total 62-208 36 (0.17)

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Pct. .229 .198 .209

Assists 292 (3.17) 523 (4.51) 815 (3.92)

Aces 22 (0.24) 28 (0.24) 50 (0.24)

Digs 147 (1.60) 252 (2.17) 399 (1.92)

Blocks 2 (0.02) 7 (0.06) 9 (0.04)

Solo 0 0 0

Assist 2 7 9

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15 | Kaitlin DiGiacinto Sophomore | Outside Hitter | 5-8 Glen Burnie, Md. / Old Mill Freshman Season (2012): Named Honorable Mention All-CACC – earned a position on the CACC All-Tournament Team – finished fifth in the CACC with 378 points – second on the team with 314 kills and 2.68 kills per set – added 39 service aces on the season – second on the team with 334 digs – added 40 blocks at the net – recorded a season high 15 kills in two matches, first against Stonehill with only three errors, and again versus Georgian Court in the CACC Tournament Semifinal with only two errors – named CACC Rookie of the Week on September 17. High School: Four year letterwinner in volleyball at Old Mill High School under Colette Marquis, Romonzo Beans and Scott Graf – three year captain – named to First Team All-County as a sophomore and senior – honor student – earned International Baccalaureate Diploma – five year member and captain of the CHRVA/USA Region High Performance team – helped team Velocity to 18-1 overall record and Regional Championship Personal: Kaitlin Nicole DiGiacinto – daughter of Jeff Porter and Lisa DiGiacinto – has a younger brother, Joseph DiGiacinto – majoring in behavioral sciences at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a family and marriage counselor with a specialty in sex therapy – from Glen Burnie, Md. – her most played song on her iPod is “Yeah” by Usher – her biggest pet peeve in lying – Her favorite pro sports team is the Baltimore Ravens – her favorite movie of all times is The Wizard of Oz.

Season M-G 2012 34-117 Total 34-117

16

Kills 314 (2.68) 314 (2.68)

Pct. .188 .188

Assists 14 (0.12) 14 (0.12)

Aces 39 (0.33) 39 (0.33)

Digs 334 (2.85) 334 (2.85)

Blocks 40 (0.34) 40 (0.34)

Solo 10 10

Assist 30 30

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1 | Shelby Henderson Sophomore | Defensive Specialist / Libero | 5-7 Wilmington, Del. / Padua Academy Freshman Season (2012): Appeared in 33 matches and 114 on the backline as a freshman – collected 31 service aces and led the team with a .971 serve percentage on 373 attempts – third on the team with 293 digs, averaging 2.57 per set – tallied a season high four aces twice in the season, first at Felician on October 13, and at Goldey-Beacom on October 23 – recorded 13 matches with double-digit digs, including a season high 25 against Nyack on September 22 – averaged 18 digs in three matches during the CACC Tournament High School: Four year letterwinner in volleyball at Padua Academy under head coach Angel Payne – named Second Team All-State as a junior – named Second Team All-Catholic Conference as a sophomore – named Third Team All-Catholic Conference as a freshman – earned the Jefferson Award from in final three years – also earned two varsity letters in basketball. Personal: Shelby G. Henderson – daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henderson – has a younger sibling, Trampas – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a physical therapist – her favorite athlete is Misty May – her favorite movie is Steel Magnolias – her favorite cartoon character is Ariel from The Little Mermaid.

Season 2012 Total

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M-G 33-114 33-114

Kills 8 (0.07) 8 (0.07)

Pct. -.055 -.055

Assists Aces Digs Blocks 7 (0.06) 31 (0.27) 293 (2.57) 1(0.01) 7 (0.06) 31 (0.27) 293 (2.57) 1(0.01)

Solo 0 0

Assist 1 1

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11 | Hannah Karas Sophomore | Middle Hitter / Opposite | 5-11 Export, Pa. / Greensburg Salem Freshman Season (2012): Appeared in five matches as a freshman – recorded her lone kill of the season in her first collegiate match, going 1-for-3 at Bloomfield on September 29 – recorded a dig at Goldey-Beacom on October 23 – tallied a block assist against Concordia on October 6 and again at Goldey-Beacom on October 23. High School: Two year letterwinner in volleyball at Greensburg Salem High School under head coach Brian Higginbotham – helped lead the team to the 2011 Section Championship – senior class president – SCA Personal: Hannah Kaye Karas – daughter of Matthew and Beth Karas – has a younger sibling, Quade – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University – from Export, Pa. – her favorite athlete is Tom Brady – the most played song on her iPod is “Hard to Love” by Lee Brice – her favorite pro sports team is the New England Patriots – her biggest pet peeve is when she finds hair in her food – her favorite cartoon character is Arnold from Hey Arnold.

Season 2012 Total

18

M-G 5-5 5-5

Kills Pct. 1 (0.20) .000 1 (0.20) .000

Assists 0 0

Aces 0 0

Digs 1 (0.20) 1 (0.20)

Blocks 2 (0.40) 2 (0.40)

Solo 0 0

Assist 2 2

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8 | Hannah McQueen Sophomore | Outside Hitter / Opposite | 5-10 San Clemente, Calif. / San Clemente Freshman Season (2012): Appeared in 15 matches durng her freshman season, playing 23 sets – recorded a season high four kills at Goldey-Beacom at Goldey-Beacom, adding a season best 12 digs – tallied three kills in back-to-back appearances at USciences and at Bloomfield – recorded lone service ace against Post on November 3. High School: Letterwinner at San Clemente High School – helped lead the team to leagues championships in 2009 and 2011 – member of the Assistance League of Capistrano Valley Personal: Hannah Kimberly McQueen – daughter of David and Kimberly McQueen – has two older sisters, Katelin and Elizabeth – sister, Katelin, played volleyball at Bethany University – majoring in Elementary Education at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming second grade teacher – from San Clemente, Calif. – If she could date one celebrity she would pick Denzel Washington – If she could be someone for a day she would be Oprah – her favorite cartoon character is Kim Possible – her biggest pet peeve is when people don’t take out the trash.

Season 2012 Total

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M-G 15-23 15-23

Kills 12 (0.52) 12 (0.52)

Pct. .233 .233

Assists 1 (0.04) 1 (0.04)

Aces 1 (0.04) 1 (0.04)

Digs 26 (1.13) 26 (1.13)

Blocks 0 0

Solo 0 0

Assist 0 0

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3 | Nicole Shuba Sophomore | Setter / Opposite | 5-9 Wyoming, Del. / Caesar Rodney Freshman Season (2012): Appeared in 13 matches while playing in 18 sets as a freshman – tallied a season high nine assists at Goldey-Beacom on October 23, adding two digs and a service ace in the victory – recorded a kill in three separate matches, first at USciences on September 25 – finished with 27 assists and seven digs on the year. High School: Four year letterwinner in volleyball at Caesar Rodney High School under head coach Tiffany Roger – helped lead the team to the Henlopen Conference Championship in all four years – named First Team All-Henlopen Conference setter – honor roll student. Personal: Nicole Lee Shuba – daughter of Brian and Carol Shuba – has three younger siblings, Jordan, Jessica, and Lindsey – father, Brian, played collegiate baseball – cousin, Kylie Shuba, played collegiate volleyball at Wesley College – majoring in mid-level education at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a college professor – from Wyoming, Del. – her favorite athlete is Cliff Lee because he is and amazing pitcher and has great work ethic – the most played song on her iPod is “Over You” by Miranda Lambert – If she could date a celebrity she would choose Josh Turner – her favorite pro sports team is the Philadelphia Phillies.

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M-G Kills Pct. 13-18 3 (0.17) .056 13-18 3 (0.17) .056

Assists 27 (1.50) 27 (1.50)

Aces 1 (0.06) 1 (0.06)

Digs 7 (0.39) 7 (0.39)

Blocks 0 0

Solo 0 0

Assist 0 0

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27 | Alex Siolos Sophomore | Setter / Opposite | 5-10 East Moriches, N.Y. / Westhampton Beach At Harford CC: Appeared in 16 matches while making 14 starts as a sophomore in 2012 – scored lone goal of the season in a 2-1 victory over Cecil College on October 13 – named to the All-Region XX Second Team as a defender – helped lead the team to a 7-5-4 overall record and advanced to the Region XX Semifinals – tallied four goals and three assists for 11 points as a freshman in 2011 – started in 17 games as a defender and a midfielder – all four goals were game-winners – helped lead team to a 16-3 overall record and a fourth place finish in the 2011 NJCAA National Tournament – won the NJCAA Region XX Championship and a District Championship. High School: four year Letter-winner in soccer at Perry Hall High School in Perry Hall, Md. - was named MVP of her team along with being a part of the all-academic team and first team All-Baltimore County- she helped her team to become five-time Maryland state champions Personal: Cella Olivia Cerrato- Daughter of Lou and Kim Cerrato- has one older sister Brenna- majoring in sports management here at Wilmington University – from Baltimore, Md. - if she could pick one celebrity to date it would be Channing Tatum- one of her biggest pet peeves is lying-her favorite movie of all times is the movie 42- the biggest role model in her life is her sister

Season M-G Kills Pct. Assists Aces 2012 34-119 168 (1.41) .200 626 (5.26) 44 (0.37) Total 34-119 168 (1.41) .200 626 (5.26) 44 (0.37)

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Digs 266 (2.24) 266 (2.24)

Blocks Solo 94 (0.79) 3 94 (0.79) 3

Assist 91 91

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25 | Allison Briley Freshman | Outside Hitter | 5-10 Monroeville, Pa. / Gateway High School: Two time letterwinner in volleyball First team all section and team MVP two years in a row in volleyball at Gateway Senior High School under coaches Jay Wu, Chris Neoplitan and Greg Lockley- Not only did she lead her team on the court but also in the classroom where she was a member of the National Honor Society with Distinguished Honors. Personal: Allison S. Briley- Daughter of Bill and Cindy Briley- has an older brother Tom and an older sister Julia Briley- Majoring in Business Management at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a business consultant- from Monroeville, Pa. – Favorite sports team is the Pittsburg Pirates – If she could coach any sports team for a year she would coach Penn State Volleyball – the most played song on her iPod is “Countdown” by Beyonce – her favorite cartoon character is Arnold from Hey Arnold – If she could date one celebrity she would date Leo Dicaprio.

9 | Taylor Rapuano Freshman | Outside Hitter | 5-8 Wilmington, Del. / A.I. duPont High School: Four time letterwinner in volleyball at Dulaney High School under the head coach Chelsea Lyon-Mead – was named first team all-county, all-metro and Baltimore suns player of the week –helped her team to a 17-1 season. Personal: Jessica Lynn Starr – Daughter of Daniel and Cynthia Starr – has an older brother Daniel and an older sister Nicole – majoring in early childhood education at Wilmington University has aspirations to be a special education teacher – from Reisterstown Md. – the most played song on her iPod is Better “Together” by Jack Johnson – If she could date one celebrity she would choose Ryan Gosling – her favorite cartoon character is Patrick Star from SpongeBob – her favorite pro sports team is the Baltimore Ravens – If she could be someone else for a day she would be Beyonce.

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12 | Jessica Starr Freshman | Defensive Specialist / Libero | 5-5 Reisterstown, Md. / Dulaney High School: Four time letterwinner in volleyball at Dulaney High School under the head coach Chelsea Lyon-Mead – was named first team all-county, all-metro and Baltimore suns player of the week –helped her team to a 17-1 season. Personal: Jessica Lynn Starr – Daughter of Daniel and Cynthia Starr – has an older brother Daniel and an older sister Nicole – majoring in early childhood education at Wilmington University has aspirations to be a special education teacher – from Reisterstown Md. – the most played song on her iPod is Better “Together” by Jack Johnson – If she could date one celebrity she would choose Ryan Gosling – her favorite cartoon character is Patrick Star from SpongeBob – her favorite pro sports team is the Baltimore Ravens – If she could be someone else for a day she would be Beyonce.

30 | Tia Williams Freshman | Middle Hitter / Opposite | 5-10 Abingdon, Md. / Bel Air High School: Four time letterwinner in volleyball at Bel Air High School under the head coach Timothy Marilland – In 2012 named all county middle – In 2013 named all county outside – helped her team to an undefeated record of 19-0 in her senior year at Bel Air. Personal: Tia Marie Williams – majoring in Psychology at Wilmington University – from Abingdon Md. – the most played song on her iPod is “Turn Your lights Down Low” by Bob Marley – her favorite cartoon character is Winnie the Pooh – she draws her inspiration form life experiences – If she could date one celebrity she would choose Jason Mamoa – the greatest piece of advice she’s ever received is to use a tampon to stop a nose bleed.

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2013 VOLLEYBALL TEAM

Front Row (L to R): Annie Scarfo, Katie Shoter, Brittany Biddle Second Row (L to R): Nicole Shuba, Hannah McQueen, Jessica Starr, Kasey Couch, Kaitlin DiGiacinto, Taylor Rapuano Back Row (L to R): Hannah Karas, Alex Siolos, Tia Williams, Allison Briley, Shelby Henderson

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2004 CACC Tournament Champions

2012 CACC South Division Regular Season Champions

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2012 INDIVIDUAL STATS 2012 Wilmington University Volleyball Wilmington Univ. Overall Individual Statistics (FINAL) All matches Overall record: 28-6 Conf: 18-1 Home: 15-0 Away: 9-3 Neutral: 4-3 Attack ##

Player

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WIECHECKI, Nicole DiGIACINTO, Kaitlin SHORTER, Katie BIDDLE, Brittany SIOLOS, Alex FOSKEY, Brooke McQUEEN, Hannah Hannah Karas COUCH, Kasey SHUBA, Nicole HENDERSON, Shelby SCARFO, Ann Marie DENNIS, Jenny WILMINGTON UNIV Opponents

15 2 14 27 19 8 11 5 4 1 21 3

sp mp-ms

117 117 117 119 119 119 23 5 116 18 114 110 14 122 122

34343434343415533133333113434-

k

k/s

330 314 234 203 168 161 12 1 21 3 8 3 0 1458 1246

2.82 2.68 2.00 1.71 1.41 1.35 0.52 0.20 0.18 0.17 0.07 0.03 0.00 11.9 10.2

Recept ##

Player

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WIECHECKI, Nicole DiGIACINTO, Kaitlin SHORTER, Katie BIDDLE, Brittany SIOLOS, Alex FOSKEY, Brooke McQUEEN, Hannah Hannah Karas COUCH, Kasey SHUBA, Nicole HENDERSON, Shelby SCARFO, Ann Marie DENNIS, Jenny TEAM WILMINGTON UNIV..... Opponents...........

15 2 14 27 19 8 11 5 4 1 21 3

-

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sp

re

ta

117 25 136 117 36 228 117 0 1 119 1 4 119 1 2 119 0 2 23 2 12 5 0 0 116 0 2 18 0 1 114 26 137 110 39 129 14 1 12 - 17 122 148 934 122 241 1116

e

Set ta

155 968 132 968 84 555 48 566 65 516 77 474 5 30 1 8 5 81 2 18 12 73 5 23 0 0 591 4288 774 4424

pct

a

sa

.181 19 0.16 .188 14 0.12 .270 10 0.09 .274 12 0.10 .200 626 5.26 .177 43 0.36 .233 1 0.04 .000 0 0.00 .198 523 4.51 .056 27 1.50 -.055 7 0.06 -.087 2 0.02 .000 0 0.00 .202 1284 10.5 .107 1143 9.37

72 39 0 0 44 0 1 0 28 1 31 27 0 244 136

Dig pct

dig

Serve a/s

sa/s

ta

pct

0.62 75 431 0.33 31 342 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.37 52 346 0.00 1 13 0.04 1 45 0.00 0 0 0.24 36 365 0.06 2 19 0.27 11 373 0.25 17 281 0.00 5 20 2.00 231 2235 1.11 193 1724

se

.826 .909 .000 .000 .850 .923 .978 .000 .901 .895 .971 .940 .750 .897 .888

Blocking

dig/s

bs

.816 395 3.38 .842 334 2.85 1.000 30 0.26 .750 37 0.31 .500 266 2.24 1.000 47 0.39 .833 26 1.13 .000 1 0.20 1.000 252 2.17 1.000 7 0.39 .810 293 2.57 .698 196 1.78 .917 9 0.64 .842 1893 15.52 .784 2080 17.05

2 10 61 32 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 112 56

ba

Points

total

blk/s

be

26 28 30 40 114 175 87 119 91 94 56 60 0 0 2 2 7 7 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 415 319.5 218 165.0

0.24 0.34 1.50 1.00 0.79 0.50 0.00 0.40 0.06 0.00 0.01 0.01 0.00 2.62 1.35

2 5 12 13 3 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 46 41

bhe

pts

pts/s

6 417.0 3.56 3 378.0 3.23 6 352.0 3.01 2 278.5 2.34 29 260.5 2.19 5 193.0 1.62 0 13.0 0.57 0 2.0 0.40 18 52.5 0.45 1 4.0 0.22 5 39.5 0.35 2 30.5 0.28 0 0.0 0.00 77 2021.5 16.57 66 1547.0 12.68

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2012 RESULTS 2012 Wilmington University Volleyball Wilmington Univ. Match Results (FINAL) All matches

Date Aug 31 Aug 31 Sep 01 * Sep 01 # Sep 01 * Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 07 Sep 08 Sep 08 * Sep 11 & Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep 15 * Sep 19 * Sep 22 * 09/25/12 * Sep 28 * Sep 29 * 10/05/12 * Oct 06 * Oct 09 * Oct 12 * Oct 13 * Oct 17 * Oct 19 * Oct 20 * Oct 23 * Oct 26 * Oct 27 * Nov. 3 Nov 06 Nov 09 Nov 10

Opponent at Millersville vs East Stroudsburg vs Quincy at Concord vs West Chester HOLY FAMILY PACE SAINT ROSE BENTLEY DAVIS & ELKINS CHESTNUT HILL at California (Pa.) vs Queens vs Stonehill at Georgian Court Univ. NYACK COLLEGE at USciences PHILADELPHIA at Bloomfield College at Holy Family CONCORDIA GOLDEY-BEACOM GEORGIAN COURT UNIV. at Felician at Philadelphia at Chestnut Hill CALDWELL at Goldey-Beacom USCIENCES at Dominican College NY POST UNIVERSITY #4 POST UNIVERSITY vs Georgian Court Univ. vs Dominican

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: 3 sets: 4 sets: 5 sets:

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W-L-T 28-6 18-1 15-0 9-3 4-3 17-3 7-1 4-2

Attend Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

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

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

Dates 34 15 12 7

Score-by-set 25-23,25-18,25-23 25-17,26-24,25-13 25-14,20-25,21-25,23-25 24-26,28-26,25-23,19-25,11-15 23-25,25-19,25-21,18-25,15-12 25-27,25-16,25-19,25-20 25-21,25-20,29-27 25-22,25-22,25-23 20-25,25-23,25-15,25-16 25-17,25-19,25-23 25-5,25-15,25-20 13-25,20-25,19-25 9-25,25-19,25-20,25-20 25-21,20-25,25-19,18-25,15-17 25-19,25-17,22-25,25-20 24-26,22-25,25-20,25-18,15-12 25-16,25-19,25-13 25-18,25-17,25-17 25-7,25-18,25-19 23-25,25-23,25-21,25-21 25-18,25-23,25-19 25-22,25-20,25-15 25-15,25-18,27-25 25-19,25-15,25-16 25-19,25-21,26-24 25-18,25-21,25-23 20-25,19-25,25-14,25-15,16-14 25-17,25-15,25-13 25-15,22-25,25-20,25-17 20-25,19-25,20-25 25-16,25-19,19-25,25-11 25-14,25-18,25-23 26-28,26-28,25-22,25-13,15-8 19-25,29-31,14-25

Total 3697 1965 779 953

Overall 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 9-2 9-3 10-3 10-4 11-4 12-4 13-4 14-4 15-4 16-4 17-4 18-4 19-4 20-4 21-4 22-4 23-4 24-4 25-4 25-5 26-5 27-5 28-5 28-6

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

Time

Att.

1:30 1:36

75

100 1:58 120 1:20 1:38 1:08 1:09

100 215 75 100 100 100 120

1:36 2:06 1:46 2:05 0:55

55 55 110 125 35 95 50 65 95 225 120 55 89 77 100 173 140 125 125 230 333 335

1:10 1:45 1:15 1:18 1:20 1:09 1:22 1:18 1:58 0:59 1:42 1:28 1:45 1:13 2:04 1:17

Avg. 109 131 65 136

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2012 CACC STANDINGS

2012 CACC Tournament Seeding North Division 1. Dominican 2. Caldwell 3. Nyack 4. Post South Division 1. Wilmington 2. Philadelphia 3. Georgian Court 4. University of the Sciences

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2012 CACC TOURNAMENT CACC Quarterfinals - Tuesday, November 6, 2012 S#4 USciences N#1 Dominican

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S#3 Georgian Court N#2 Caldwell

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N#3 Nyack S#2 Philadelphia

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N#4 Post S#1 Wilmington

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CACC Semifinals - Friday, November 9, 2012 S#3 Georgian Court S#1 Wilmington

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S#2 Philadelphia N#1 Dominican

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CACC Championship - Saturday, November 10, 2012 S#1 Wilmington N#1 Dominican

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First Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Susan McDonough, Cadlwell College Katie Shorter, Wilmington University Whitney Ranger, Dominican College Moana Masaniai, Nyack College Nicole Wiechecki, Wilmington University Tori Dexter, Dominican College Jordyn Fuller, Dominican College Second Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Brittany Biddle, Wilmington University Briana Kane, Nyack College Amber Mosher, Cadlwell College Ellie Edgar, Philadelphia University Amy Berry, Georgian Court University Sarah Ambach, Holy Family University Jaclyn Del Cid, Caldwell College All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Honorable Mention Michelle Fiorvanti, Dominican College Kaitlin DiGiacinto, Wilmington University Chelsea Keegan, Holy Family University Kadi McCoy, Goldey-Beacom College Courtney Heard, Dominican College Samantha Garza, Nyack College

CACC All-Tournament Team

Award Winners

Michelle Fiorvanti, Dominican - MVP Jordyn Fuller, Dominican Whitney Ranger, Dominican Nicole Wiechecki, Wilmington Kaitlin DiGiacinto, Wilmington Danielle Carney, Philadelphia Emily Wilman, Post Susan McDonough, Cadlwell Amanda DeAngelo, USciences Moana Masaniai, Nyack Amy Berry, Georgian Court

2012 CACC Player of the Year: Katie Shorter, Wilmington 2012 CACC Rookie of the Year: Tori Dexter, Dominican 2012 CACC Coach of the Year: Stefanie Carrington, Dominican 2012 CACC Team Sportsmanship Award: Nyack College

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AWARD WINNERS WILMINGTON ALL-REGION PERFORMERS Katie Shorter .....................2012 .............................................AVCA

WILMINGTON CACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC PERFORMERS

Angie Estep .................................................................. 2004 (MVP) Lauren Disabatino ...................................................................2004 Kristin Wiedeman....................................................................2004 Kristin Wiedeman....................................................................2005 Katie Shropshire ......................................................................2006 Nicole Wiechecki .....................................................................2010 Nicole Wiechecki .....................................................................2011 Nicole Wiechecki .....................................................................2012 Kaitlin Digiacinto.....................................................................2012

Julia Atkins........................2004 ...................................... Fist Team Linda Miller .......................2004 ................................ Second Team Lauren DiSabatino.............2004 ...................... Honorable Mention Angela Estep .....................2005 ..................................... First Team Kristin Weidemen..............2005 ................................ Second Team Kristin Weidemen..............2006 ................................ Second Team Caitlin Hess .......................2008 ..................................... First Team Ashley Carberry .................2008 ...................... Honorable Mention Meghan Fricck ...................2009 ...................... Honorable Mention Nicole Wiechecki ...............2010 ..................................... First Team Brittany Biddle ..................2010 ................................ Second Team Nicole Wiechecki ...............2011 .....................................Fisrt Team Kaitlin Shorter ...................2011 ................................ Second Team Katie Shorter .....................2012 ..................................... First Team Nicole Wiechecki ...............2012 ..................................... First Team Brittany Biddle ..................2012 ................................ Second Team Kaitlin Digiacinto...............2012 ...................... Honorable Mention

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC AWARD WINNERS Julia Atkins........................2004 ..........................Player of the Year Katie Shorter .....................2012 ..........................Player of the Year

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Katie Shorter vs. Post, 2012

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RECORD BOOK Wilmington University Volleyball Records (through 2012 season) Became NCAA Division II in 2004 All-Time Coaching Records Coach Years Record (Pct.) Kim Huggins ..........................2004-present (9) ..............165-135 (.550) Totals .....................................(9) ....................................165-135 (.550) All-Time Matches Played: 300 All-Time Sets Played: 1043 TEAM RECORDS Most Matches, Season: 36, 2004; 2005 Most Games Played, Season: 128, 2008 Most Kills, Season: 1,540, 2004 Most Kills Per Game, Season: 13.51 per game, 2004 Most Kills, Match: 74 vs. Bloomfield, 11/8/2005 (5 sets) 70 vs. Goldey-Beacom, 11/4/2004 (4 sets) 65 vs. NJIT, 10/1/2005 (5 sets) Best Hitting Percetange, Season: .254, 2004 Best Hitting Percentage, Match: .493 vs. Bloomfield, 11/8/2005 (5 sets) .479 vs. Felician , 9/21/2004 .468 vs. Chestnut Hill, 10/7/2008 Most Attack Attempts, Season: 4,704, 2005 Most Assists, Season: 1,320, 2005 Most Assists Per Game, Season: 11.57 per game, 2004 Most Assists, Match: 68 vs. Bloomfield, 11/8/2005 (5 sets) 67 vs. Goldey-Beacom, 11/4/2004 (4 sets) 62 vs. Caldwell, 10/20/2012 (5 sets) Most Service Aces, Season: 315, 2004 Most Service Aces Per Game, Season: 2.76, 2004 Most Service Aces, Match: 23 vs. Felician, 10/8/2005 (3 sets) 22 vs. Bowie State, 10/14/2010 (3 sets) 21 vs. Post, 9/16/2006 (5 sets) Most Digs, Season: 2,384, 2007 Most Digs Per Game, Season: 21.67, 2007 Most Digs, Match:

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125 at Holy Family, 10/2/2006 (4 sets) 121 at Philadelphia, 11/6/2008 (5 sets) 121 vs. Bloomfield, 10/27/2007 (4 sets) Most Block Solos, Season: 148 solos, 2008 Most Block Solos, Match: 11 at Le Moyne, 9/16/2007 10 vs. Glenville Stat, 10/1/2004 10 at Concordia, 10/24/2009 10 at Holy Family, 10/30/2007 Most Block Assists, Season: 415 assists, 2012 Most Block Assists, Match: 28 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 11/9/12 27 at Concord, 9/1/12 26 vs. Post University, 11/3/12 20 vs. Millersville, 10/25/2008 20 vs. Chestnut Hill, 10/27/2011 20 at Georgian Court Univ., 9/19/12 Most Blocks, Season: 319.5, 2012 Most Blocks Per Game, Season: 2.62 per game, 2012 Most Blocks, Match: 18.0 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 11/9/12 (5 sets) 16.0 at Concordia, 10/24/2009 (4 sets) 15.5 at Concord, 9/1/12 (5 sets) 15.0 vs. Glenville State, 10/1/2004 (3 sets) 15.0 at Le Moyne, 9/16/2007 (4 sets) 15.0 vs. West Chester, 9/22/2007 (4 sets) 15.0 vs. Millersville, 10/25/2008 (5 sets) 15.0 vs. Chestnut Hill, 10/27/2011 (4 sets) Most wins in a season: 28, 2012 (28-6) Most losses in a season: 24, 2006 (8-24) Best Record: 28-6 (.824), 2012 Worst Record: 8-24 (.250), 2006 Consecutive wins: 15, 2004; 2012 Consecutive losses: 14, 2005-06 Consecutive conference wins: 23, 2004-05 Consecutive conference losses: 3, 2007; 2009 Consecutive home wins: 17, 2012 Consecutive home losses: 6, 2007 Consecutive road wins: 8, 2004 Consecutive road losses: 15, 2005-06 Consecutive Winning Seasons: 3, 2010-12 Consecutive wins to start a season: 2, 2004; 2012 Most Consecutive Individual Games Won: 44, 2004 (NJIT-Post) Most Consecutive Individual Games Lost: 18, 2006 (Le Moyne-Adelphi)

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RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-MATCH RECORDS

Best Hitting Pct. (Minimum 20 attempts): 1. Caitlin Hess at Concordia, Sept. 21, 2008 ................................................. .696 2. Julia Atkins vs. Southampton, Sept. 4, 2004 ............................................ .667 3. Julia Atkins vs. Felician, Sept. 21, 2004.................................................... .619 4. Lindsay Miller vs. NJIT, Oct. 2, 2004 ......................................................... .600 5. Lauren DiSabatino vs. Post, Nov. 13, 2004 ............................................... .536 Nicole Wiechecki at Georgian Court Univ., Sept. 19, 2012 ......................... 536 7. Brittany Biddle vs. Shepherd, Nov. 2, 2010 .............................................. .524 Brittany Biddle vs. USciences, Oct. 26, 2012 .............................................. 524 9. Ashley Carberry vs. Post, Oct. 11, 2008 .................................................... .522 10. Katie Shorter vs. Caldwell, Oct. 20, 2012 ................................................ 519

Most Kills: 1. Kristin Wiedeman at NJIT, Oct. 12, 2005 ..................................................... 26 2. Kristin Wiedeman vs. Bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 .......................................... 23 Kristin Wiedeman vs. Goldey-Beacom, Sept. 27, 2005 ............................... 23 4. Denise Mentis vs. Bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 ................................................ 22 5. Kristin Wiedeman at Goldey-Beacom, Oct. 27, 2005................................... 21 6. Caitlin Hess at Philadelphia, Nov. 6, 2008 ................................................... 20 Katie Mason at Holy Family, Oct. 2, 2006 .................................................... 20 Kristin Wiedeman at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 14, 2006 ......................... 20 Kristin Wiedeman vs. Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 24, 2005 ........................ 20 10. Meghan Frick at Philadelphia, Nov. 6, 2008 .............................................. 19 Meghan Frick at Nyack, Oct. 3, 2009 ......................................................... 19 Caitlin Hess at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 30, 2008.................................. 19 Brittani Leathern at Felician, Oct. 14, 2009 ............................................... 19 Katie Mason vs. Nyack, Sept. 30, 2006 ...................................................... 19

Most Service Aces: 1. Jaime Bohlert at Nyack, Oct. 15, 2005 .......................................................... 9 Lindsay Miller vs. Dominican, Sept. 3, 2004 ................................................. 9 3. Meghan Frick at Chestnut Hill, Oct. 29, 2009 ................................................ 8 4. Julia Atkins vs. Salem International Sept. 7, 2007 ........................................ 7 Michelle Boyd at Nyack, Oct. 3, 2009............................................................ 7 Angie Estep vs. Felician, Oct. 18, 2005.......................................................... 7 Meghan Frick vs. Felician, Nov. 3, 2007 ........................................................ 7 Meghan Frick vs. Post, Sept. 25, 2010 .......................................................... 7 Brittany O’Neill at Chestnut Hill, Oct. 9, 2007 ............................................... 7 Brittany O’Neill vs. Bowie State, Oct. 14, 2010 ............................................. 7 Shannon Rumple vs. Mercy, Sept. 26, 2009 .................................................. 7 Ann Marie Scarfo vs. Bowie State, Oct. 29, 2011 .......................................... 7 Kristie Shropshire vs. Felician, Oct. 18, 2005................................................. 7 Nicole Wiechecki vs. holy Family, Sept. 21, 2010 .......................................... 7

Most Digs: 1. Brittany O’Neill at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 30, 2008.............................. 41 2. Jodie Fridinger vs. C.W. Post, Sept. 9, 2006 ................................................. 39 3. Kristin Wiedeman vs. Philadelphia, Sept. 21, 2005 ..................................... 38

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4. Jodie Fridinger at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 14, 2006 .............................. 34 5. Jodie Fridinger at Dominican, Sept. 23, 2006 ............................................. 32 6. Meghan Frick vs. Millersville, Oct. 25, 2008 ................................................ 31 Kristin Wiedeman vs. bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 .......................................... 31 8. Meghan Frick vs. Bloomfield, Oct. 27, 2007 ................................................ 30 Jodie Fridinger vs. Salem International, Sept. 9, 2006 ................................ 30 10. Jodie Fridinger vs. Georgian Court, Sept. 26, 2006.................................... 29 Jodie Fridinger at Kutztown, Sept. 29, 2006 ............................................. 29

Most Assists: 1. Angie Estep vs. Goldey-Beacom, Nov. 4, 2004 ............................................ 61 2. Angie Estep vs. bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 .................................................... 58 3. Cheyann Gilroy at Holy Family, Oct. 2, 2006 ................................................ 52 4. Kerry Collins at Philadelphia, Nov. 6, 2008 ................................................. 49 5. Cheyann Gilroy vs. Felician, Nov. 3 2007, 48 6. Cheyann Gilroy vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 4, 2007 ............................................. 47 7. Cheyann Gilroy at Felician, Oct. 14, 2006 .................................................... 46 8. Cheyann Gilroy vs. Post, Sept. 16, 2006 ...................................................... 45 Cheyann Gilroy at Goldey-Beacom, Sept. 18, 2007 ..................................... 45 10. Cheyann Gilroy at Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 2007 .......................................... 43

Most Solo Blocks: 1. Brittani Leathern at Le Moyne, Sept. 16, 2007 .............................................. 8 2. Katie Shorter vs. Pace, Sept. 7, 2012 ............................................................. 7 3. Ashley Carberry vs. C.W. Post, Sept. 13, 2008 ............................................... 6 Brittanie Leathern vs. Bloomfield, Nov. 7, 2009............................................ 6 Denise Mentis at Goldey-Beacom, Oct. 27, 2005 .......................................... 6 6. Julia Atkins vs. St. Thomas (Fla.), Sept. 24, 2004........................................... 5 Julia Atkins vs. Felician, Nov. 3, 2007............................................................ 5 Julia Atkins at Holy Family, Oct. 30, 2007 ..................................................... 5 Ashley Carberry at Millersville, Sept. 6, 2008 ............................................... 5 Ashley Carberry vs. Ohio Valley, Sept. 12, 2008 ............................................ 5 Lauren DiSabatino vs. Glenville State, Oct. 1, 2004....................................... 5 Lauren DiSabatino vs. Goldey-Beacom, Nov. 4, 2004.................................... 5 Denise Mantis at Holy Family, Oct. 22, 2005 ................................................. 5 Denise Mantis vs. St. Anselm, Sept. 10, 2005 ............................................... 5 Katie Shorter at Felician, Oct. 9, 2010........................................................... 5 Katie Shorter vs. Goldey-Beacom, Sept. 23, 2010......................................... 5

Most Block Assists: 1. Brittany Biddle at Concord, Sept. 1, 2012 ................................................... 10 2. Katie Shorter vs. Georgian Court Univ., Nov. 9, 2012..................................... 9 3. Caitlin Hess vs. Millersville, Oct. 25, 2008 ..................................................... 8 Katie Shorter vs. Caldwell, Oct. 20, 2012 ....................................................... 8 5. Julia Atkins vs. Post, Oct. 30, 2004 ................................................................ 7 Brittani Leathern vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 4, 2007 ............................................ 7 Katie Shorter vs. Philadelphia, Sept. 22, 2011 .............................................. 7 Alex Siolos vs. Post University, Nov. 3, 2012 ................................................. 7 Brittany Biddle vs. Post University, Nov. 3, 2012........................................... 7

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RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-MATCH RECORDS

Best Hitting Pct. (Minimum 20 attempts): 1. Caitlin Hess at Concordia, Sept. 21, 2008 ................................................. .696 2. Julia Atkins vs. Southampton, Sept. 4, 2004 ............................................ .667 3. Julia Atkins vs. Felician, Sept. 21, 2004.................................................... .619 4. Lindsay Miller vs. NJIT, Oct. 2, 2004 ......................................................... .600 5. Lauren DiSabatino vs. Post, Nov. 13, 2004 ............................................... .536 Nicole Wiechecki at Georgian Court Univ., Sept. 19, 2012 ......................... 536 7. Brittany Biddle vs. Shepherd, Nov. 2, 2010 .............................................. .524 Brittany Biddle vs. USciences, Oct. 26, 2012 .............................................. 524 9. Ashley Carberry vs. Post, Oct. 11, 2008 .................................................... .522 10. Katie Shorter vs. Caldwell, Oct. 20, 2012 ................................................ 519

Most Kills: 1. Kristin Wiedeman at NJIT, Oct. 12, 2005 ..................................................... 26 2. Kristin Wiedeman vs. Bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 .......................................... 23 Kristin Wiedeman vs. Goldey-Beacom, Sept. 27, 2005 ............................... 23 4. Denise Mentis vs. Bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 ................................................ 22 5. Kristin Wiedeman at Goldey-Beacom, Oct. 27, 2005................................... 21 6. Caitlin Hess at Philadelphia, Nov. 6, 2008 ................................................... 20 Katie Mason at Holy Family, Oct. 2, 2006 .................................................... 20 Kristin Wiedeman at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 14, 2006 ......................... 20 Kristin Wiedeman vs. Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 24, 2005 ........................ 20 10. Meghan Frick at Philadelphia, Nov. 6, 2008 .............................................. 19 Meghan Frick at Nyack, Oct. 3, 2009 ......................................................... 19 Caitlin Hess at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 30, 2008.................................. 19 Brittani Leathern at Felician, Oct. 14, 2009 ............................................... 19 Katie Mason vs. Nyack, Sept. 30, 2006 ...................................................... 19

Most Service Aces: 1. Jaime Bohlert at Nyack, Oct. 15, 2005 .......................................................... 9 Lindsay Miller vs. Dominican, Sept. 3, 2004 ................................................. 9 3. Meghan Frick at Chestnut Hill, Oct. 29, 2009 ................................................ 8 4. Julia Atkins vs. Salem International Sept. 7, 2007 ........................................ 7 Michelle Boyd at Nyack, Oct. 3, 2009............................................................ 7 Angie Estep vs. Felician, Oct. 18, 2005.......................................................... 7 Meghan Frick vs. Felician, Nov. 3, 2007 ........................................................ 7 Meghan Frick vs. Post, Sept. 25, 2010 .......................................................... 7 Brittany O’Neill at Chestnut Hill, Oct. 9, 2007 ............................................... 7 Brittany O’Neill vs. Bowie State, Oct. 14, 2010 ............................................. 7 Shannon Rumple vs. Mercy, Sept. 26, 2009 .................................................. 7 Ann Marie Scarfo vs. Bowie State, Oct. 29, 2011 .......................................... 7 Kristie Shropshire vs. Felician, Oct. 18, 2005................................................. 7 Nicole Wiechecki vs. holy Family, Sept. 21, 2010 .......................................... 7

Most Digs: 1. Brittany O’Neill at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 30, 2008.............................. 41

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2. Jodie Fridinger vs. C.W. Post, Sept. 9, 2006 ................................................. 39 3. Kristin Wiedeman vs. Philadelphia, Sept. 21, 2005 ..................................... 38 4. Jodie Fridinger at Univ. of the Sciences, Sept. 14, 2006 .............................. 34 5. Jodie Fridinger at Dominican, Sept. 23, 2006 ............................................. 32 6. Meghan Frick vs. Millersville, Oct. 25, 2008 ................................................ 31 Kristin Wiedeman vs. bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 .......................................... 31 8. Meghan Frick vs. Bloomfield, Oct. 27, 2007 ................................................ 30 Jodie Fridinger vs. Salem International, Sept. 9, 2006 ................................ 30 10. Jodie Fridinger vs. Georgian Court, Sept. 26, 2006.................................... 29 Jodie Fridinger at Kutztown, Sept. 29, 2006 ............................................. 29

Most Assists: 1. Angie Estep vs. Goldey-Beacom, Nov. 4, 2004 ............................................ 61 2. Angie Estep vs. bloomfield, Nov. 8, 2005 .................................................... 58 3. Cheyann Gilroy at Holy Family, Oct. 2, 2006 ................................................ 52 4. Kerry Collins at Philadelphia, Nov. 6, 2008 ................................................. 49 5. Cheyann Gilroy vs. Felician, Nov. 3 2007, 48 6. Cheyann Gilroy vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 4, 2007 ............................................. 47 7. Cheyann Gilroy at Felician, Oct. 14, 2006 .................................................... 46 8. Cheyann Gilroy vs. Post, Sept. 16, 2006 ...................................................... 45 Cheyann Gilroy at Goldey-Beacom, Sept. 18, 2007 ..................................... 45 10. Cheyann Gilroy at Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 2007 .......................................... 43

Most Solo Blocks: 1. Brittani Leathern at Le Moyne, Sept. 16, 2007 .............................................. 8 2. Katie Shorter vs. Pace, Sept. 7, 2012 ............................................................. 7 3. Ashley Carberry vs. C.W. Post, Sept. 13, 2008 ............................................... 6 Brittanie Leathern vs. Bloomfield, Nov. 7, 2009............................................ 6 Denise Mentis at Goldey-Beacom, Oct. 27, 2005 .......................................... 6 6. Julia Atkins vs. St. Thomas (Fla.), Sept. 24, 2004........................................... 5 Julia Atkins vs. Felician, Nov. 3, 2007............................................................ 5 Julia Atkins at Holy Family, Oct. 30, 2007 ..................................................... 5 Ashley Carberry at Millersville, Sept. 6, 2008 ............................................... 5 Ashley Carberry vs. Ohio Valley, Sept. 12, 2008 ............................................ 5 Lauren DiSabatino vs. Glenville State, Oct. 1, 2004....................................... 5 Lauren DiSabatino vs. Goldey-Beacom, Nov. 4, 2004.................................... 5 Denise Mantis at Holy Family, Oct. 22, 2005 ................................................. 5 Denise Mantis vs. St. Anselm, Sept. 10, 2005 ............................................... 5 Katie Shorter at Felician, Oct. 9, 2010........................................................... 5 Katie Shorter vs. Goldey-Beacom, Sept. 23, 2010......................................... 5

Most Block Assists: 1. Brittany Biddle at Concord, Sept. 1, 2012 ................................................... 10 2. Katie Shorter vs. Georgian Court Univ., Nov. 9, 2012..................................... 9 3. Caitlin Hess vs. Millersville, Oct. 25, 2008 ..................................................... 8 Katie Shorter vs. Caldwell, Oct. 20, 2012 ....................................................... 8 5. Julia Atkins vs. Post, Oct. 30, 2004 ................................................................ 7 Brittani Leathern vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 4, 2007 ............................................ 7

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RECORD BOOK Most Service Aces: 1. Nicole Wiechecki (2010) ............................................................................. 85 2. Lindsay Miller (2004) ................................................................................. 76 3. Nicole Wiechecki (2012) ............................................................................. 72 4. Nicole Wiechecki (2011) ............................................................................. 67 5. Angie Estep (2005) ..................................................................................... 64 6. Shannon Rumple (2011) ............................................................................ 59 7. Shannon Rumple (2009) ............................................................................ 56 8. Meghan Frick (2007) .................................................................................. 53 9. Brittany O’Neill (2007) ............................................................................... 50 10. Kristie Shropshire (2005) .......................................................................... 49

Most Service Aces Per Game: 1. Nicole Wiechecki (2010) .......................................................................... 0.75 Lindsay Miller (2004) .................................................................................. 0.75 3. Nicole Wiechecki (2011) .......................................................................... 0.65 4. Nicole Wiechecki (2012) .......................................................................... 0.62 5. Ann Marie Scarfo (2010) ......................................................................... 0.60 6. Shannon Rumple (2011) ......................................................................... 0.56 7. Angie Estep (2005) .................................................................................. 0.52 8. Shannon Rumple (2009) ......................................................................... 0.52 9. Bridget Lambert (2004) .......................................................................... 0.51 10. Meghan Frick (2007) ............................................................................. 0.49

Most Digs: 1. Kristin Wiedeman (2005) ......................................................................... 613 2. Meghan Frick (2007) ................................................................................ 516 3. Jodie Fridinger (2006) .............................................................................. 491 4. Brittany O’Neill (2007) ............................................................................. 486 5. Angie Estep (2005) ................................................................................... 419 6. Brittany O’Neill (2009) ............................................................................. 415 7. Meghan Frick (2008) ................................................................................ 407 8. Kristin Wiedeman (2006) ......................................................................... 405 9. Meghan Frick (2009) ................................................................................ 396 10. Nicole Wiechecki (2012) ......................................................................... 395

Most Digs Per Game: 1. Jodie Fridinger (2006) ............................................................................. 5.92 2. Kristin Wiedeman (2005) ........................................................................ 4.94 3. Meghan Frick (2007) ............................................................................... 4.78 4. Brittany O’Neill (2007) ............................................................................ 4.58 5. Brittany O’Neill (2009) ............................................................................ 4.19 6. Shannon Freel (2006) .............................................................................. 4.12 7. Kristin Wiedeman (2006) ........................................................................ 3.86

3. Cheyann Gilroy (2007) ........................................................................... 9553. 4. Cheyann Gilroy (2006) .............................................................................. 853 5. Shannon Rumple (2009) .......................................................................... 792 6. Alex Siolos (2012)..................................................................................... 626 7. Shannon Rumple (2011) .......................................................................... 612 8. Kasey Couch (2012) .................................................................................. 523 9. Kerry Collins (2008) .................................................................................. 522 10. Rhianon Graham (2010) ......................................................................... 425

Most Assists Per Game: 1. Angie Estep (2004) .................................................................................. 9.60 2. Cheyann Gilroy (2007) ............................................................................. 8.68 3. Angie Estep (2005) .................................................................................. 7.98 4. Cheyann Gilroy (2006) ............................................................................. 7.83 5. Shannon Rumple (2009) ......................................................................... 7.40 6. Shannon Rumple (2011) ......................................................................... 5.83 7. Alex Siolos (2012).................................................................................... 5.26 8. Kasey Couch (2012) ................................................................................. 4.51 9. Shannon Rumple (2010) ......................................................................... 4.36 10. Kerry Collins (2008) ............................................................................... 4.14

Most Total Blocks: 1.Katie Shorter (2012).................................................................................. 175 2. Julia Atkins (2004).................................................................................... 124 3. Brittany Biddle (2012) .............................................................................. 119 4. Ashley Carberry (2008)............................................................................. 106 5. Katie Shorter (2011) ................................................................................... 98 6. Caitlin Hess (2008) ..................................................................................... 97 7. Alex Siolos (2012)....................................................................................... 94 8. Brittani Leathern (2007)............................................................................. 93 9. Lauren DiSabatino (2004) .......................................................................... 89 10. Katie Shorter (2010) ................................................................................. 88

Most Blocks Per Game: 1.Katie Shorter (2012)................................................................................. 1.50 2. Julia Atkins (2004)................................................................................... 1.17 3. Brittany Biddle (2012) ............................................................................. 1.00 4.Katie Shorter (2011)................................................................................. 1.00 5. Brittani Leathern (2007).......................................................................... 0.99 6. Brittani Leathern (2009).......................................................................... 0.99 7. Caitlin Hess (2008) .................................................................................. 0.95 8. Ashley Carberry (2008)............................................................................ 0.89 9. Katie Shorter (2010) ................................................................................ 0.86

Most Assists: 1. Angie Estep (2004) ................................................................................... 998 2. Angie Estep (2005) ................................................................................... 974

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RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME CAREER LISTS

Most Matches Played: 1. Meghan Frick (2007-10) ........................................................................... 127 2. Brittany O’Neill (2007-10) ........................................................................ 126 3. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ..................................................................... 125 Michelle Boyd (2007-10).......................................................................... 125 5. Kim Shropshire (2008-11) ........................................................................ 122 6. Katie Shorter (2010-12) ............................................................................. 98 Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06)....................................................................... 98 Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ........................................................................ 98 9. Sheri Hunley (2008-11) .............................................................................. 97 10. Brittany Biddle (2010-12) ........................................................................ 96

Most Games Played: 1. Meghan Frick (2007-10) ........................................................................... 431 2. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ..................................................................... 419 3. Britany O’Neill (2007-10) ......................................................................... 396 4. Michelle Boyd (2007-10) .......................................................................... 378 5. Kim Shropshire (2008-11) ........................................................................ 350 6. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ...................................................................... 333 7. Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) .................................................................... 325 8. Brittany Biddle (2010-12) ........................................................................ 323 9. Katie Shorter (2010-12) ........................................................................... 317 10. Brittani Leathern (2006-07, 209) ........................................................... 287

Kills: 1.Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) ................................................................... 1096 2. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ...................................................................... 946 3. Meghan Frick (2007-10) ........................................................................... 850 4. Brittany Biddle (2010-12) ........................................................................ 593 5. Brittani Leathern (2006-07, 2009) ........................................................... 555 6. Katie Shorter (2010-12) ........................................................................... 545 7. Michelle Boyd (2007-10) .......................................................................... 507 8. Kristie Shropshire (2005-07) .................................................................... 475 9. Julia Atkins (2004, 2007) .......................................................................... 450 10. Brooke Foskey (2011-12) ........................................................................ 386

Kills Per Game: 1. Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) ................................................................... 3.37 2. Denise Mentis (2005) .............................................................................. 2.97 3. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ..................................................................... 2.84 4. Lindsay Miller (2004) .............................................................................. 2.81 5. Kaitlin DiGiacinto (2012) ......................................................................... 2.68 6. Julia Atkins (2004, 2007) ......................................................................... 2.45 7. Caitlin Hess (2008) .................................................................................. 2.35 8. Katie Mason (2006-07)............................................................................ 2.09 9. Lauren DiSabatino (2004) ....................................................................... 2.08 10. Meghan Frick (2007-10) ........................................................................ 1.97

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Hitting Percentage (min. 100 kills): 1. Caitlin Hess (2008) (240-69-523) .......................................................... 0.327 2. Angie Estep (2004-05) (198-38-508) .................................................... 0.315 3. Lauren DiSabatino (2004) (223-66-556) ............................................... 0.282 4. Brittany Biddle (2010-12) (593-166-1602) ........................................... 0.267 5. Julia Atkins (2004, 2007) (450-155-1124)............................................. 0.262 6. Katie Shorter (2010-12) (545-215-1267) .............................................. 0.260 7. Lindsay Miller (2004) (287-60-892) ...................................................... 0.254 8. Sarah Booth (2004) (121-52-301) ......................................................... 0.229 9. Ashley Carberry (2008) (224-71-683).................................................... 0.224 10. Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) (1096-375-3285) ................................... 0.219

Attack Attempts: 1. Meghan Frick (2007-10) ........................................................................ 3,441 2. Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) ................................................................. 3,285 3. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ................................................................... 2,810 4. Kristie Shropshire (2005-07) ................................................................. 1,943 5. Michelle Boyd (2007-10) ....................................................................... 1.929 6. Brittani Leathern (2006-07, 2009) ........................................................ 1,647 7. Brittany Biddle (2010-12) ..................................................................... 1,602 8. Paige Norvell (2009-11) ........................................................................ 1,268 9. Katie Shorter (2010-12) ........................................................................ 1,267 10. Brooke Foskey (2011-12) ..................................................................... 1,156

Digs: 1. Meghan Frick (2007-10) ........................................................................ 1,619 2. Brittany O’Neill (2007-10) ..................................................................... 1,579 3. Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) ................................................................. 1,367 4. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ................................................................... 1,055 5. Kim Shropshire (2008-11) ........................................................................ 997 6. Kristie Shripshire (2005-07) ..................................................................... 896 7. Michelle Boyd (2007-10) .......................................................................... 824 8. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ..................................................................... 768 9. Angie Estep (2004-05) ............................................................................. 682 10. Shannon Freel (2004-07) ....................................................................... 623

Digs Per Game: 1. Jodie Fridinger (2006) ............................................................................. 5.92 2. Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) ................................................................... 4.21 3. Brittany O’Meill (2007-10) ...................................................................... 3.99 4. Meghan Frick (2007-10) .......................................................................... 3.76 5. Jamie Santo (2004) ................................................................................. 3.24 6. Kristie Shropshire (2005-07) ................................................................... 3.18 7. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ..................................................................... 3.17 8. Lindsay Miller (2004) .............................................................................. 3.15 9. Angie Estep (2004-05) ............................................................................ 3.02 10. Jaime Bohlert (2005)............................................................................. 2.87

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RECORD BOOK Assists:

Service Aces:

1. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ...................... 2,179 2. Angie Estep (2004-05) .............................. 1,972 3. Cheyann Gilroy (2006-07) ......................... 1,808 4. Kasey Couch (2011-12)................................. 815 5. Alex Siolos (2012)......................................... 626 6. Kerry Collins (2008) ...................................... 522 7. Rhianon Graham (2010) ............................... 425 8. Christina Lessard (2008-10).......................... 286 9. Jaime Bohlert (2005).................................... 279 10. Bridget Lambert (2004) ............................. 116

1. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) .......................... 224 2. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ......................... 185 3. Meghan Frick (2007-10) ............................... 176 4. Brittany O’Neill (2007-10) ............................ 136 5. Kristin Wiedeman (2004-06) ........................ 118 6. Angie Estep (2004-05) ................................. 106 7. Kim Shropshire (2008-11) .............................. 93 8. Michelle Boyd (2007-10) ................................ 92 9. Kristie Shropshire (2005-07) .......................... 85 10. Lindsay Miller (2004) ................................... 76

Assists Per Game:

Service Aces Per Game:

1. Angie Estep (2004-05) ................................ 8.73 2. Cheyann Gilroy (2006-07) ........................... 8.26 3. Alex Siolos (2012)........................................ 5.26 4. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ........................ 5.20 5. Kerry Collins (2008) ..................................... 4.14 6. Rhianon Graham (2010) .............................. 3.94 7. Kasey Couch (2011-12)................................ 3.92 8. Christina Lessard (2008-10)......................... 2.33 9. Jaime Bohlert (2005)................................... 2.25 10. Nicole Shuba (2012) .................................. 1.50

1. Lindsay Miller (2004) .................................. 0.75 2. Nicole Wiechecki (2010-12) ......................... 0.67 3. Bridget Lambert (2004) .............................. 0.51 4. Angie Estep (2004-05) ................................ 0.47 5. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ........................ 0.44 6. Meghan Frick (2007-10) .............................. 0.41 7. Kerry Collins (2008) ..................................... 0.38 8. Lauren DiSabatino (2004) ........................... 0.37 9. Alex Siolos (2012)........................................ 0.37 10. Julia Atkins (2004, 2007) ........................... 0.36

WILMINGTON YEAR-BY-YEAR AT HOME All-Time (79-36, .687) At Pratt Student Center, 2004-11 (63-35, .643) At WU Athletics Complex, 2012-current (16-1, .941) 2010’s (37-5, .881) 2012 (at WU Athletics Complex)......................... 16-1 2011.................................................................... 9-1 2010................................................................... 12-3 2000’s (42-31, .575) 2009.................................................................... 6-4 2008................................................................... 10-6 2007................................................................... 4-10 2006.................................................................... 4-4 2005.................................................................... 7-7 2004 (at Pratt Student Center) ........................... 11-0

Total Blocks: 1. Katie Shorter (2010-12) ............................... 361 2. Brittany Biddle (2010-12) ............................ 280 3. Brittani Leathern (2006-07, 2009) ............... 247 4. Sheri Hunley (2008-11) ................................ 191 5. Julia Atkins (2004, 2007) .............................. 183 6. Shannon Rumple (2008-11) ......................... 145 7. Paige Norvell (2009-11) ............................... 127 8. Ashley Carberry (2008)................................. 106 9. Caitlin Hess (2008) ......................................... 97 10. Alex Siolos (2012)......................................... 94

Blocks Per Game: 1. Katie Shorter (2010-12) .............................. 1.14 2. Julia Atkins (2004, 2007) ............................. 0.99 3. Caitlin Hess (2008) ...................................... 0.95 4. Ashley Carberry (2008)................................ 0.89 5. Brittany Biddle (2010-12) ........................... 0.87 6. Brittani Leathern (2006-07, 2009) .............. 0.86 7. Lauren DiSabatino (2004) ........................... 0.83 8. Alex Siolos (2012)........................................ 0.79 9. Denise Mentis (2005) .................................. 0.77 10. Sheri Hunley (2008-11) ............................. 0.75

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2004 (27-9, 20-0 CACC) CACC Regular Season Champions CACC Tournament Champions NCAA East Region Tournament Qualifier Head Coach: Kim Huggins Captains: Angie Estep, Kristin Wiedeman Date Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 11 Sept. 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 24 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 Oct. 2 Oct. 2 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 30 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 18

Opponent/Site ......................Result vs. Dominican (at Kutztown) ......... W 3-0 vs. Southhampton (at Kutztown) .. W 3-0 at Kutztown .....................................L 0-3 at *Bloomfield............................... W 3-0 vs. Bryant (at Bentley) .....................L 0-3 at Bentley ........................................L 0-3 vs. American Int. (at Bentley) ........ W 3-0 *Holy Family.................................. W 3-0 vs. Le Moyne (at USciences) .............L 2-3 *Felician ........................................ W 3-0 at Palm Beach Atlantic ....................L 0-3 vs. Madonna (at PBA) ......................L 0-3 vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) (at PBA) ......... W 3-0 vs. Glenville State (at Millersville).. W 3-0 vs. Dowling (at Millersville) .............L 0-3 vs. *NJIT (at Teikyo Post) ................ W 3-0 at *Teikyo Post............................... W 3-0 at *Felician .................................... W 3-0 *Dominican ................................... W 3-0 at *NJIT ......................................... W 3-0 *Bloomfield................................... W 3-0 at *Goldey-Beacom ....................... W 3-0 at *Nyack....................................... W 3-0 at *Dominican ............................... W 3-0 *USciences .................................... W 3-0 *Holy Family.................................. W 3-0 *Nyack........................................... W 3-0 at *Georgian Court ........................ W 3-0 *Georgian Court ............................ W 3-0 at Kutztown .....................................L 1-3 *Goldey-Beacom ........................... W 3-1 at USciences .................................. W 3-0 vs. NJIT (at Dominican) .................. W 3-0 vs. Teikyo Post (at Dominican) ....... W 3-1 at #1 Queens (N.Y.) ..........................L 0-3

* CACC Contest Nationally Ranked Opponent CACC Tournament Semifinal CACC Tournament Championship NCAA Division II East Region Tournament 1st Rd.

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2005 (15-21, 13-9 CACC) Head Coach: Kim Huggins Captains: Angie Estep, Kristin Wiedeman

2006 (8-24, 8-8 CACC) Head Coach: Kim Huggins Captains: Cheyann Gilroy, Kristin Wiedeman

Date Aug. 30 Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Sept 3 Sept. 3 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 10 Sept. 14 Sept. 17 Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 8 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 5 Nov. 5 Nov. 8 Nov. 11

Date Aug. 25 Aug. 25 Aug. 26 Aug. 26 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 2 0-3 Sept. 2 Sept. 8 Sept. 8 Sept. 9 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 18 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Oct. 28 Nov. 1

Opponent/Site ......................Result Millersville.......................................L 1-3 at New Haven ..................................L 0-3 vs. East Stroudsburg (at UNH) ..........L 0-3 vs. UMass-Lowell (at UNH) ..............L 0-3 vs. Millersville (at UNH) ...................L 0-3 at *Georgian Court ........................ W 3-0 vs. Bentley (at Bryant) .....................L 0-3 at Bryant .........................................L 0-3 vs. St. Anselm (at Bryant) .............. W 3-0 vs. Mercy (at Bryant) .......................L 0-3 Kutztown.........................................L 0-3 at *Felician .................................... W 3-0 vs. *Post (at Felician) ..................... W 3-0 *Philadelphia ..................................L 1-3 vs. *USciences (at Philadelphia) .... W 3-2 at *Philadelphia ..............................L 1-3 *Goldey-Beacom .............................L 1-3 *Dominican ................................... W 3-0 *NJIT ............................................. W 3-2 *Bloomfield................................... W 3-0 at USciences ....................................L 1-3 Concordia ........................................L 0-3 at *NJIT ...........................................L 2-3 at *Nyack....................................... W 3-0 vs. *Dominican (at Nyack) ............. W 3-0 *Felician ........................................ W 3-0 at *Bloomfield.................................L 0-3 vs. *Georgian Court (at HFU) ...........L 2-3 at *Holy Family.............................. W 3-0 at *Goldey-Beacom .........................L 1-3 *Nyack........................................... W 3-0 at Millersville...................................L 0-3 *Holy Family.................................. W 3-0 *Post ...............................................L 1-3 %Bloomfield ................................. W 3-2 vs. $Goldey-Beacom ........................L 0-3

Opponent/Site ......................Result vs. Millersville (at Shepherd) ...........L 0-3 vs. Shippensburg (at Shepherd).......L 0-3 vs. Le Moyne (at Shepherd) .............L 1-3 vs. Mercyhurst (at Shepherd)...........L 0-3 vs. Lake Superior (at Mercyhurst) ....L 0-3 at Mercyhurst ..................................L 0-3 vs. Saginaw Valley St. (at Mercyhurst) ... L vs. Gannon (at Mercyhurst) .............L 0-3 vs. Adelphi (at Millersville) ..............L 1-3 vs. Dowling (at Millersville) .............L 0-3 vs. C.W. Post (at Millersville) ............L 1-3 vs. Salem Intern. (at Millersville) .....L 0-3 *Holy Family....................................L 1-3 at *USciences ................................ W 3-1 *Post ............................................. W 3-2 *Goldey-Beacom .............................L 0-3 *Philadelphia ..................................L 0-3 at *Dominican ............................... W 3-0 *Georgian Court ..............................L 0-3 at Kutztown .....................................L 0-3 *Nyack........................................... W 3-1 at *Holy Family.............................. W 3-1 *USciences .................................... W 3-0 *Caldwell ...................................... W 3-0 at *Goldey-Beacom .........................L 1-3 at *Philadelphia ..............................L 0-3 at *Felician .................................... W 3-1 at *Georgian Court ..........................L 0-3 at *Bloomfield.................................L 0-3 vs. Millersville (at Shippensburg) ....L 0-3 at Shippensburg ..............................L 0-3 at %Goldey-Beacom........................L 2-3

CACC Contest CACC Tournament Quarterfinals

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2007 (12-21, 9-9 CACC) Head Coach: Kim Huggins-Habbert Captains: Michelle Boyd, Meghan Frick Date Aug. 31 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 15 Sept. 16 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Oct. 30 Nov. 1 Nov. 3

Opponent/Site ......................Result Shepherd .........................................L 0-3 Edinboro ..........................................L 0-3 Le Moyne .........................................L 0-3 Dowling...........................................L 0-3 at *Caldwell................................... W 3-0 vs. Shippensburg (at Millerscille).....L 0-3 vs. Salem Intern. (at Millersville) ... W 3-0 vs. UDC (at Millersville).................. W 3-0 vs. Adelphi (at Millersville) ..............L 0-3 vs. Adelphia (at Le Moyne) ..............L 0-3 vs. New Haven (at Le Moyne) ..........L 0-3 at Le Moyne .....................................L 1-3 vs. UMass-Lowell (at Le Moyne) ......L 0-3 at *Goldey-Beacom ....................... W 3-0 *Georgian Court ..............................L 0-3 West Chester ...................................L 1-3 *Chestnut Hill ..................................L 1-3 at *USciences ..................................L 0-3 *Philadelphia ..................................L 1-3 at *Nyack.........................................L 2-3 vs. Southern Conn. St. (at Nyack) ... W 3-1 at *Chestnut Hill ............................ W 3-0 at *Philadelphia ..............................L 1-3 *Dominican ................................... W 3-0 *USciences .................................... W 3-1 vs. Stonehill (at Post) .......................L 0-3 at *Post ......................................... W 3-0 *Goldey-Beacom ........................... W 3-0 *Holy Family....................................L 0-3 *Bloomfield.....................................L 1-3 at *Holy Family.............................. W 3-0 at *Georgian Court ..........................L 0-3 *Felician ..........................................L 2-3

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2008 (19-16, 12-6 CACC) Head Coach: Kim Huggins-Habbert Captains: Michelle Boyd, Ashley Carberry, Meghan Frick

2009 (14-16, 9-10 CACC) Head Coach: Kim Huggins-Habbert Captains: Meghan Frick, Brittani Leathern, Christina Lessard

Date Aug. 29 Aug. 29 Aug. 30 Aug. 30 Sept. 5 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 6 Sept. 12 Sept. 12 Sept. 13 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 14 Oct. 18 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 Nov. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 11

Date Sept. 5 Sept. 5 Sept. 5 Sept. 11 Sept. 11 Sept. 12 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Sept. 26 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 17 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

Opponent/Site ......................Result West Chester ...................................L 0-3 East Stroudsburg ........................... W 3-1 Le Moyne ....................................... W 3-1 Concordia ...................................... W 3-0 vs. Shippensburg (at Millersville) ....L 0-3 vs. Fairmont St. (at Millersville) ..... W 3-2 vs. Adelphi (at Millersville) ..............L 2-3 at Millersville................................. W 3-2 vs. Shippensburg (at Lock Haven) ....L 1-3 vs. Ohio Valley (at Lock Haven) ...... W 3-0 at Lock Haven ..................................L 0-3 vs. C.W. Post (at Lock Haven) ...........L 2-3 *Georgian Court ..............................L 0-3 at Southern Connecticut St. .............L 1-3 at Concordia .................................. W 3-1 at *Holy Family................................L 1-3 at *Felician .................................... W 3-0 at *USciences ..................................L 2-3 at *Goldey-Beacom ....................... W 3-0 at *Bloomfield............................... W 3-2 *Chestnut Hill ................................ W 3-0 *Philadelphia ..................................L 0-3 *Post ............................................. W 3-0 *USciences .................................... W 3-0 *Dominican ................................... W 3-0 at *Chestnut Hill ............................ W 3-0 at West Chester................................L 0-3 *Nyack........................................... W 3-0 Millersville.......................................L 2-3 *Holy Family....................................L 0-3 *Goldey-Beacom ........................... W 3-0 *Caldwell ...................................... W 3-0 at *Georgian Court ..........................L 1-3 at *Philadelphia ............................ W 3-2 at %Georgian Court .........................L 0-3

Opponent/Site ......................Result at Millersville...................................L 0-3 vs. Bowie State (at Millersville) ..... W 3-0 vs. Saint Rose (at Millersville) ..........L 0-3 vs. Seton Hill (at West Chester) ........L 1-3 vs. Daemen (at West Chester) ..........L 0-3 vs. Chestnut Hill (at West Chester) . W 3-0 at West Chester................................L 1-3 *Philadelphia ..................................L 0-3 at *USciences ..................................L 2-3 vs. Le Moyne (at USciences ..............L 0-3 at *Holy Family................................L 2-3 at *Goldey-Beacom ....................... W 3-0 at *Post ......................................... W 3-0 vs. Mercy (at Post) ......................... W 3-1 at *Georgian Court ......................... L 0-3 *Chestnut Hill ................................ W 3-0 at *Nyack.........................................L 2-3 *USciences .................................... W 3-0 *Felician ........................................ W 3-0 Mercy ............................................ W 3-0 at *Philadelphia ..............................L 0-3 *Dominican .....................................L 0-3 *Holy Family.................................. W 3-2 *Goldey-Beacom ........................... W 3-0 at *Concordia................................. W 3-1 *Georgian Court ..............................L 1-3 at *Chestnut Hill ............................ W 3-0 at *Caldwell.....................................L 0-3 vs. So. Conn. St. (at Caldwell)......... W 3-2 *Bloomfield.....................................L 2-3

* CACC Contest

* CACC Contest % CACC Tournament Quarterfinals

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2010 (22-12, 14-5 CACC) Head Coach: Kim Huggins-Habbert Captains: Meghan Frick, Christina Lessard Date Sept. 3 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 4 Sept. 10 Sept. 10 Sept. 11 Sept. 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 18 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 Oct. 30 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 9

Opponent/Site ......................Result vs. Eckerd (at West Florida) ..............L 0-3 vs. Southern Indiana (at West Fla.) ..L 0-3 vs. Ala.-Huntsville (at West Fla.) ......L 0-3 vs. West Alabama (at West Fla.) .......L 0-3 vs. Molloy (at AIC).......................... W 3-0 vs. UMass-Lowell (at AIC) .............. W 3-2 at American Int’l ..............................L 0-3 vs. Saint Rose (at AIC) .................... W 3-0 at *Philadelphia ..............................L 1-3 at *USciences ................................ W 3-1 vs. Assumption (at USciences) ....... W 3-0 *Holy Family.................................. W 3-2 *Goldey-Beacom ........................... W 3-0 *Post ............................................. W 3-1 Mercy ............................................ W 3-0 *Georgian Court ..............................L 2-3 at *Chestnut Hill ............................ W 3-0 *Concordia .................................... W 3-1 NYIT.................................................L 2-3 *USciences .................................... W 3-0 at *Felician .................................... W 3-0 *Philadelphia ................................ W 3-0 *Bowie State ................................. W 3-0 at *Dominican ............................... W 3-2 at *Holy Family................................L 2-3 *Nyack........................................... W 3-0 at *Georgian Court ..........................L 1-3 *Chestnut Hill ................................ W 3-0 *Caldwell ........................................L 1-3 Lincoln (Pa.) .................................. W 3-0 Shepherd ....................................... W 3-1 at *Goldey-Beacom ....................... W 3-1 at *Bloomfield............................... W 3-0 at #Philadelphia ..............................L 0-3

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2011 (20-10, 14-5 CACC) Head Coach: Kim Huggins-Habbert Captains: Sheri Hunley, Paige Norvell, Shannon Rumple, Kim Shropshire

2012 (28-6, 18-1 CACC) CACC South Division Champions Head Coach: Kim Huggins-Habbert Captains: Brittany Biddle, Nicole Wiechecki

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Oct. 29 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 11

Date Aug. 31 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 15 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 13 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 6 Nov. 9 Nov. 10

Opponent/Site ......................Result at Millersville...................................L 0-3 vs. Bowie State (at Millersville) ..... W 3-0 vs. Georgian Court (at Millersville). W 3-2 vs. Slippery Rock (at Millersvile) ......L 1-3 vs. Pace (at USciences).....................L 0-3 vs. Bentley (at USciences) .............. W 3-1 at *Goldey-Beacom ....................... W 3-0 *Georgian Court ............................ W 3-0 at *Concordia................................. W 3-0 at *Chestnut Hill ..............................L 2-3 *Philadelphia ................................ W 3-0 at *Caldwell.....................................L 1-3 *Goldey-Beacom ........................... W 3-0 at *Post ......................................... W 3-0 *Holy Family....................................L 2-3 at *USciences ................................ W 3-1 *Felician ........................................ W 3-0 at *Philadelphia ..............................L 0-3 at Bowie State ............................... W 3-0 *Dominican ................................... W 3-2 *USciences .................................... W 3-0 at *Georgian Court ........................ W 3-0 at *Nyack....................................... W 3-0 at *Holy Family................................L 1-3 *Chestnut Hill ................................ W 3-1 *Bloomfield................................... W 3-0 Bowie State ................................... W 3-0 at Shepherd .....................................L 0-3 at #Dominican ............................... W 3-1 vs. %Holy Family (at GCU) ...............L 1-3

* CACC Contest # CACC Tournament Quarterfinals % CACC Tournament Semifinals

Opponent/Site ......................Result at Millersville................................. W 3-0 vs. East Stroudsburg (at MU) ......... W 3-0 vs. Quincy (at Millersville) ...............L 1-3 vs. Concord (at Millersville)..............L 2-3 vs. West Chester (at Millersville) .... W 3-2 *Holy Family.................................. W 3-1 Pace............................................... W 3-0 Saint Rose...................................... W 3-0 Bentley .......................................... W 3-1 Davis & Elkins ................................ W 3-0 *Chestnut Hill ................................ W 3-0 vs. California (Pa.) (at Bentley) ........L 0-3 vs. Queens (N.Y.) (at Bentley) ........ W 3-1 vs. Stonehill (at Bentley) .................L 2-3 at *Georgian Court ........................ W 3-1 *Nyack........................................... W 3-2 at *USciences ................................ W 3-0 *Philadelphia ................................ W 3-0 at *Bloomfield............................... W 3-0 at *Holy Family.............................. W 3-1 *Concordia .................................... W 3-0 *Goldey-Beacom ........................... W 3-0 *Georgian Court ............................ W 3-0 at *Felician .................................... W 3-0 at *Philadelphia ............................ W 3-0 at *Chestnut Hill ............................ W 3-0 *Caldwell ...................................... W 3-2 at *Goldey-Beacom ....................... W 3-0 *USciences .................................... W 3-1 at *Dominican .................................L 0-3 *Post ............................................. W 3-1 #Post ............................................. W 3-0 %Georgian Court ........................... W 3-2 ^Dominican ....................................L 0-3

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