Page 1


2011 VOLLEYBALL CONTACTS 321 Conte Forum 140 Commonwealth Avenue Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

100 Perimeter Road Jervey Athletic Center Clemson, SC 29634

Josh Lentine joshua.lentine@bc.edu (617) 552-1188 (office) (617) 552-4903 (fax) (617) 552-4747 (press row)

Jeff Kallin jkallin@clemson.edu (864) 656-1920 (office) (864) 656-0299 (fax)

www.bceagles.com

www.clemsontigers.com

115 Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham, NC 27708

403 Stadium Drive W Tallahassee, FL 32306

Chris Cook cook@duaa.duke.edu (919) 684-8708 (office) (919) 684-2489 (fax)

Stephen Stone sstone@fsu.edu (850) 644-4836 (office) (850) 644-3820 (fax)

www.goduke.com

www.seminoles.com 150 Bobby Dodd Way NW Atlanta, GA 30332

Comcast Center Terrapin Trail College Park, MD 20742

Seth Gerard sgerard@athletics.gatech.edu (404) 894-5445 (office) (404) 894-1248 (fax) (404) 894-5831 (press row)

Matt Bertram mbertram@umd.edu (301) 314-8093 (office) (301) 314-9094 (fax) (301) 314-8624 (press row)

www.ramblinwreck.com

www.umterps.com

5821 San Amaro Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146

Ernie Williamson Athletic Center 300 Bowles Drive Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Bryan Harvey bharvey@miami.edu (305) 284-3244 (office) (305) 284-2807 (fax)

Nathan Thorp nthorp@uncaa.unc.edu (919) 962-1160 (office) (919) 962-0612 (fax)

www.hurricanesports.com

www.tarheelblue.com Weisiger Brown Facility 2500 Warren Carroll Drive, Room 2133 Raleigh, NC 27695

295 Massie Road Charlottesville, VA 22903 TBA (434) 982-5500 (office) (434) 982-5525 (fax)

Tim Peeler tim_peeler@ncsu.edu (919) 515-4243 (office) (919) 515-3624 (fax)

www.virginiasports.com www.gopack.com 460 Jamerson Athletic Center Blacksburg, VA 24061

1834 Wake Forest Road Miller Center, Suite 310 Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Rachel Perreault rachelp5@vt.edu (540) 231-2228 (office) (540) 231-6984 (fax) (540) 321-3048 (press row)

Steven Wright wrights@wfu.edu (336) 758-4120 (office) (336) 758-5140 (fax)

www.hokiesports.com

www.wakeforestsports.com

George Lane (336) 851-6062, x275 (office) (336) 854-8797 (fax) glane@theacc.org www.theacc.com

4512 Weybridge Lane Greensboro, NC 27407


2011 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE VOLLEYBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS

2011-12 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE OFFICE STAFF Commissioner John D. Swofford Executive Assistant to the Commissioner Cecelia DiAmico Associate Commissioners Jeff Elliott - Finance & Administration Nora Lynn Finch - Women’s Basketball Operations & SWA Mike Finn - Football Communications Karl Hicks - Men’s Basketball Michael Kelly - Comm., FB Operations, & Broadcasting Shane Lyons - Governance & Compliance/HR Brian A. Morrison - Men’s Basketball Communications Amy Yakola - Public Relations & Marketing Assistant Commissioners Lindsey Babcock - Compliance and Governance W. Scott McBurney - Advanced Media Kris W. Pierce - Championships Coordinators of Officials John Clougherty - Men’s Basketball Charlene Curtis - Women’s Basketball Doug Rhoads - Football Directors Shamaree Brown - Student-Athlete Programs/Compliance Lee Butler - Championships Brad Hecker - Women’s Basketball Lynne Herndon - Business Operations Kathy Hunt - Men’s Basketball Lindsey Ross - Communications Christina Tracey - Information Systems

Table of Contents ................................................................. 1 ACC Staff ................................................................................. 1 Tradition of Excellence ................................................... 2-3 Commissioner John Swofford ......................................... 4 2010 Season Review ....................................................... 5-6 2010 Statistical Leaders ..................................................... 7 2011 Composite Schedule............................................ 8-9 Team Capsules ............................................................. 10-33 Boston College Eagles...................................... 10-11 Clemson Tigers ................................................... 12-13 Duke Blue Devils ................................................ 14-15 Florida State Seminoles ................................... 16-17 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets .......................... 18-19 Maryland Terrapins ........................................... 20-21 Miami Hurricanes............................................... 22-23 North Carolina Tar Heels ................................. 24-25 NC State Wolfpack ............................................. 26-27 Virginia Cavaliers................................................ 28-29 Virginia Tech Hokies .......................................... 30-31 Wake Forest Demon Deacons ....................... 32-33 Annual Individual Leaders ..............................................34 Annual Team Leaders .......................................................35 ACC Career Records ..........................................................36 ACC Season Records .........................................................37 All-Time Standings ..................................................... 38-39 ACC Coaching Records ............................................. 40-41 ACC Championship Results ..................................... 42-44 ACC Championship Records ..........................................45 NCAA Championship Results ................................. 46-47 All-Time All-ACC .......................................................... 48-49 All-Time ACC Regional Honors ......................................50 All-Time ACC National Honors ......................................51

Associate Directors Allison Doughty - Football Operations Steve Phillips - Communications Ben Tario - Technology and Operations Steve “Slim” Vollinger - Advanced Media Assistant Directors Georgia Davis - Women’s Basketball Donald Moore - Championships Char Zoller - Public Relations & Marketing Website Coordinator Heather Hirschman Administrative Assistants Susan Anthony - Administration & Business Jennie Barrett - Championships Barb Dery - Communications, PR & Marketing Tracey Haith - Compliance & Student-Athlete Welfare/HR Karrie Tilley - Men’s Basketball/Officiating Emily Watkins - Office Coordinator/Desktop Publishing Interns Seth Barwick - Compliance/S.A. Programs & Men’s Basketball George Lane - Communications Beth Mechum - Website Gretchen Miller - Championships Shane Vaassen - Public Relations and Marketing

The 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball Media Guide was published by the Office of the Commissioner and the Communications office of the ACC. Copy by George Lane, Communications Intern. Editorial assistance provided by: Michael Kelly, Lindsey Ross, Brian A. Morrison, Steve Phillips, and Barb Dery. Special thanks to each of the member institutions and the contributions provided by their sports information directors: Josh Lentine (Boston College), Jeff Kallin (Clemson), Chris Cook (Duke), Stephen Stone (Florida State), Seth Gerard (Georgia Tech), Matthew Bertram (Maryland), Nathan Thorp (North Carolina), Tim Peeler (NC State), Amy Mulligan (Virginia), Rachel Perreault (Virginia Tech), and Steven Wright (Wake Forest). Cover design by: Martha Walker

1


A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE... The Tradition Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 59th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since its inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 123 national championships, including 65 in women’s competition and 58 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 140 times in men’s competition and 99 times in women’s action. Volleyball’s inception as an ACC-sponnsored sport came in 1980 and conference nce play began in 1981. Now entering its 32nd season of play, the league has seen its memss from ber institutions enjoy great success ectives. both academic and athletic perspectives. t-athletes Seven volleyball student-athletes earned ESPN The Magazine Academic ia Dunworth, honors in 2010. Duke’s Sophia Florida State’s Taylor Wilson,, Miami’s Lane ndrea Beck were Carico, and Wake Forest’s Andrea mic All-District III named first-team Academic udent athletes were selections, while two student s, and one garnered second team honorees, on. third team recognition. Duke’s Kellie Catanach and Miami’s gnized as third-team AllCarico were recognized ns by the American VolleyAmerica selections sociation. Eleven additional ball Coaches Association. athletes garnered Honorable ACC student-athletes colades in addition to All-East Mention accolades nors. Region honors. e Nagel, in her 12th year as h Jolene head coach att Duke University, was honor honored by VCA as the East Region Coach of the the AVCA Year, the third such recognition o of her career.r. Virginia’s McKenzie Adams was w named East ast Region Freshman of the Year. Ye The 2010-11 season was on one of the best in the history of the ACC when the teams combined to finish with a record of 108-39 in n out-of-conference play, the best such conference mark in 32 years. The conferg ence has sent a league-record five teams to the NCAA AA Volleyball Vol yball Championship Champion for two wo ht years and has h ative straight had a rep representative reach h the regional regio fina nal in both years ass well, th Florida State St e adv cing to the Round with advancing peating the th he feat fea in off 8 in 2009 and Duke repeating 2010. g proved p The ACC again to be the nation’s premier remier athletic conference both academially and athletically. cally 2010-11 In Review The 2010-11 academic year concluded with the league pocketing two more national team titles and 18 individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has now won 45 national team titles since the beginning of 2000, and won two or more NCAA titles in 2

29 of the past 31 years. The ACC’s 2010-11 national champions were Maryland in field hockey and Virginia in men’s lacrosse. Overall, 132 ACC teams placed in NCAA championships during the past season. Nine teams competed in football bowl championships, with four teams claiming victories – Florida State (Chick-fil-A Bowl), Maryland (Military/ Northrop-Grumman umman Bowl), North Carolina (Franklin American merican Mortgage MCB Bowl) and NC State ate (Champs Sports Bowl). The ACC placed at least one team in the final top p 10 nationally in 19 of the 25 sponsored sports for which polls were available. In all,l, 40 ACC teams finished their season with th a top 10 ranking, including two at the No. 1 spot. For the 2010-11 campaign, seven of the 12 ACC schools finished in the top 50 of the NACDA Director’s Cup, which is awarded annually by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and honors the top institution maintaining a broad-based athletic program and achieves success in many sports. A total of 306 ACC student-athletes earned first-, second-, or third-team AllAmerica honors this past year. In addition, the ACC produced three national Players of the Year, four national Freshmen of the Year, and four national Coach of the Year honore honorees. 2010-11 National Championships Field Hockey Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Virginia The Championships The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2011-12 academic year - 12 for men and 13 for women. The first ACC championship was held 954. The in swimming on February 25, 1954. pionships conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tenniss during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, ootball, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. p Women’s sports were initiated in 1977 with w the first championship championship meet mee being h e For ersity. held in tennis at W Wake Forest Univ University. Championsh Championships for or women w en are ar currentcurr onducted in cross c s country, cou y, field e hocke ly conducted hockey, so cer, basketball, basketb swimming, swim ng, indoor i or and soccer, b ll outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball g, while volleyball y and rowing, determines its champion in regular season play. t A Hi History The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the

conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of o the new conference appeared in the region’s re newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested sted were: we Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, ic, East Coast, Co Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, cco, BlueGray, Gra Piedmont, Southern Seven ven and the Shoreline. Sho Duke’s Eddie Cameron n recommended that the name of the conference onference be the Atlantic Atlan Coast Conference, nce, and the motion was passed unanimously. ously. The meeting concluded concl with each h member institution assessed asses $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. expen On Decemberr 4, 1953, conference ofm again att Sedgefield and officially ficials met admitte the University iversity of Virginia as the admitted league’s eighth member. The first, and only, withdraw of a school from the ACC came withdrawal 71, when the University of on June 30, 1971, Ca endered its resignation. The South Carolina tendered ope with seven members until ACC operated 19 April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute Techno of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta drawn from the Southeastschool had withdrawn Confere n January of 1964. ern Conference in AC expanded panded to nine members The ACC ith the addition of Florida on July 1, 19 1991, with State Univer University. conf e expanded to 11 memThe conference 1 2004, with the addition of the bers on July 1, M nd Virginia Polytechnic University of Miami and iversity. On October Institute and State University. Bosto College accepted an invita17, 2003, Boston becom the league’s e’s 12th member tion to become starting July 1, 2005. The Schools Boston Coll College was founded in 1863 863 o Jesus to serve the sons by the Society of of Boston’s Irish immigrants and was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Originally located on Harrison Avenue in the South End g of Boston, the College outgrew its urban setting se toward the end of its first r 50 years. was selected in Chestnut estnut A new location was Hill and d ground gr for or the new campus ca pus was broken on June 1 19, 1909. During the 1940s, rchases do bled the size of the main new purchases doubled C campus. In 1974, Boston College acquired g of the Sacred Heart,, 1.5 Newton College miles away. With 15 buildings on 40 acres, it is now the site of the Law School and resid h ll IIn 2004 h d 43 acres dence halls. 2004, BC purchased of land from the archdiocese of Boston; this now forms the Brighton campus. Clemson University is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Georgia border, and the tiger paws painted on the roads make the return to I-85 easier. The school is built around Fort Hill,

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


THEN, NOW AND ALWAYS the plantation home of John C. Calhoun, Vice President to Andrew Jackson. His son-in-law, Tom Clemson, left the land to be used as an agricultural school, and in 1893 Clemson opened its doors as a land-grant school, thanks to the efforts of Ben Tillman. Duke University was founded in 1924 by tobacco magnate James B. Duke as a memorial to his father, Washington Duke. Originally the school was called Trini Trinity College, a Methodist institution, started in 1859. In 1892, Trinity moved to west Durham where the east campus with its Georgian architecture now stands. Nearby are Sarah P. Duke gardens, and further west the Gothic spires of Duke chapel overlook the west campus. Florida State University is one of 11 universities of the State University System of Florida. It was established as the Seminary West of the Suwannee by an act of the Florida Legislature in 1851, and first offered instruction at the post-secondary level in 1857. Its Tallahassee campus has been the site of an institution of higher education longer than any other site in the state. In 1905, the Buckman Act reorganized higherr e education in the state and designated the Tallahassee school as the Florida Femalee College. In 1909, it was renamed Floridaa State College for Women. In 1947, thee s, school returned to a co-educational status, e and the name was changed to Florida State University. Next to I-85 in downtown Atlanta standss the Georgia Institute of Technology,, o founded in 1885. Its first students came to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering, the only one offered at the time. Tech’s strength is not only the red clay of Georgia, e 1930 193 model but a restored gold and white mas A Ford Cabriolet, the official mascot. The b a Ramold Ford was first used in 1961, but o three blin’ Wreck had been around for over decades. The Ramblin’ Wreck fight song t school appeared almost as soon as the opened, and it is not only Ame American boys that grow up singing its rollicking rollickin tune, for Richard Nixon and Nikita Krushchev Krushc sang it when they met in Moscow in 1959. The Univer University of Maryland opened in 1856 as an agricultural school nine miles north of Washington, D.C., on land belonging to Charles Calvert, a descendant of g father. Lord Baltimore, the state’s founding The school scho colors ors are the same ame as the state te nd gold fo Cal ert flag: black and forr George Calvert (Lord (Lor Baltimore) ore) and a red and white for fo his mo been mother, Alice Crossland. Maryland has been cal ool that C ley Byrd built, bu t, for called the school Curley b k then football b coach, he was its quarterback, p , athletic director,, assistant to the president, vice-president, and finally its president. Byrd also designed the football stadium d the th campus layout, l t and d suggested t d th and the nickname Terrapin, a local turtle known for its bite, when students wanted to replace the nickname Old Liners with a new one for the school. The University of Miami was chartered in 1925 by a group of citizens who felt an institution of higher learning was needed

for the development of their young and growing community. Since the first class of 560 students enrolled in the fall of 1926, the University has expanded to more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students from every state and more than 114 nations from around the world. The school’s colors, representative of the Florida orange tree, were selected in 1926. Orange symbolizes the fruit of the tree, green represents presents the leaves and white, the blossoms. ossoms. The University of North Carolina, loc located in Chapel Hill, has been called “the pe perfect college town,” making its tree-lined st streets and balmy atmosphere what a colllege should d look and feel like. Its inception in 1795 makes it one of the oldest schools in the nation, and its nickname of Tar Heels stems ms from the tar pitch and turpentine that at were the state’s principal industry. The nickname ickname is as old as the school, for fo it was born during the Revolutionary War when tar was dumped into the stream streams to impede the advance of British forces forces. North Carolina State University is located in the state capit capital of Raleigh. It opened in 1889 as a land-grant landagricultural and mechanical school schoo and was known as A&M or Aggies or FFarmers for over a quarter-century. The sc school’s colors of pink and blue were gone b by 1895, brown and white were tried for a year, ye but the students finally chose red and white to represent the school. An unhap unhappy fan in 1922 said State football players b behaved like a pack of wolves, and the term that was coined in derision became a badge of honor. The University of Virginia Virg was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferso erson and is one of three things on his tombstone for which he wanted to be remembered. James Madison nd James Monroe were on the boar and board of vernors in the early years. The Rotunda, governors lf-scale version of the Pantheon which a half-scale faces the Lawn, is the focal point of the grounds as the campus is called. Jefferson wanted hiss school to educate leaders in practical affairss and public service, not just to train teachers. stablished in 1872 Virginia Tech was established ated to as an all-male military school dedicated the original land-grant mission of teaching agriculture and engineering. The University has grown from a small college of 132 stug institution of higher dents into the largest educati education n in the sstate ate durin during its 132-ye 132-year history on history. Located in Southw Southwestt Virginia on a plate plateau u betwee between n the Blue Ridge and Al-legha Mo ns, tthe campus mpus cons ts leghanyy Mountains, consists of 334 buildings build mi es of sidewalks sidewa ks and 20 miles over 2,600 acres. The official school colors g maroon and burnt orange g - were - Chicago selected in 1896 because they made a “unique combination” not worn elsewhere att th the ti time. Wake Forest University was started on Calvin Jones’ plantation amid the stately pine forest of Wake County in 1834. The Baptist seminary is still there, but the school was moved to Winston-Salem in 1956 on a site donated by Charles H. and Mary Reynolds Babcock. President Harry S. Truman

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

attended the ground-breaking ceremonies that brought a picturesque campus of Georgian architecture and painted roofs. Wake’s colors have been black and gold since 1895, thanks to a badge designed by student John Heck who died before he graduated. School Affiliations BOSTON COLLEGE -- Charter m member of the Big East Conference in 1979; joined the ACC in July, 2005. CLEMSON -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; a charter member of the Souther Southern Conference in 1921; a charter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in 19 1953. DUKE -- Joined the Southern Conference in December, 1928; charter member of the ACC in 1953. FLORIDA STATE -- Charter member of the Dixie Conference in 1948; joined the Metro Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC July, 1991. GEORGIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the SEC in 1932; joined the ACC in April, 1978. MARYLAND -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. MIAMI -- Charter member of the Big East Football Conference in 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. NORTH CAROLINA -- Cha Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Intercolle Athletic Association in 1894; char charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 195 1953. NC STATE -- Charter member mem er of th the Southern Conference in 1921; charter rter er member m of the ACC in 1953. VIRGINIA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference Confer nce in 1921; resigned esigned from from Southern Conference C nference in December December 1936; 19 6; joined the A ACC C in Decemb December,r, 1953. 19 VIRG NIA TECH -- Charter harter member member of he VIRGINIA Southern Conference in 1921; withdrew from the Southern Conference in June,, 1965; became a charter member of the Big East Football Conference in Feb. 5, 1991; jjoined i d th l 2004 the ACC iin JJuly, 2004. WAKE FOREST -- Joined the Southern Conference in February, 1936; charter member of the ACC in 1953.

3


COMMISSIONER JOHN SWOFFORD Commissioner for Women’s Basketball to oversee all aspects of the sport on both a conference and national level.

STUDENT-ATHLETE WELFARE & COMMUNITY OUTREACH

John Swofford Now in his 15th year as Commissioner, and just the fourth in Atlantic Coast Conference history, John Swofford has made a dramatic impact on the ACC and college athletics. Swofford has built his career on the appropriate balance of academics, athletic achievement and integrity and is regarded as one of the top administrators in the NCAA. In addition to overseeing one of the nation’s largest athletic conferences, Swofford has been pivotal in positioning the Atlantic Coast Conference for the future.

VISION In July of 2010, Swofford’s leadership and negotiating skills helped the conference secure a new 12-year multimedia rights agreement with ESPN. The extensive television package begins with the 2011-12 academic year and will more than double television revenue to the 12 member institutions. In addition to reaching new heights financially, ACC content will now be televised more, both regionally and nationally, than at any point in league history, while also best positioning the conference within the continuous, ever-changing world of technology. In 2003, on behalf of the league’s member institutions and the ACC Council of Presidents, Swofford led the conference through expansion. In becoming a 12-member league, Swofford helped bring the ACC extended and enhanced exposure across television and national radio packages and strongly positioned it for the future. The ACC showcased its inaugural Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game in 2005 to a sellout crowd. Now in its seventh year, the game will be played in Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium for the second consecutive season. Since becoming Commissioner, Swofford has been responsible for securing increased bowl opportunities and for the second year, the ACC has agreements in place with nine bowls including the Discover Orange Bowl, home of the ACC Champion since 2006. Highly respected by his peers, Swofford was a force in the development and growth of the Bowl Championship Series and is the only person to serve two terms as its Coordinator. Under Swofford’s tenure, the prestigious ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament has traveled to many dynamic cities within the footprint of the league including Atlanta, Ga., Washington DC and Tampa, Fla., in addition to the traditional stops in Greensboro and Charlotte. The 2001 ACC Tournament in Atlanta set NCAA attendance records for single session (40,083), per session average (36,505) and total attendance (182,525). In the spor t of basketball, Swofford was instrumental in creating the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that began in men’s basketball in 1999. Then in 2007, the two conferences hosted the inaugural ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge. In his first year as Commissioner, Swofford placed an added emphasis on the development of women’s basketball in the ACC with the hiring of an Associate

4

A long-time advocate of the importance of academics and student-athlete welfare, Swofford stimulated the formation of the league’s first-ever ACC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. This group of current ACC student-athletes gives the conference direct feedback on their experiences competing at the highest level of college athletics. Swofford was instrumental in the enhancement of the league’s ACC Postgraduate Scholarship Awards program by ensuring that additional scholarship dollars are distributed to more student-athletes than at any point in the league’s history. The long-time partnership between the ACC and United Way has flourished under Swofford’s leadership. His commitment to public service and volunteerism across our member institutions has been highlighted through the league’s Public Service Announcements. Across the collegiate landscape, the relationship with United Way is unique to the ACC and its member institutions. Under Swofford’s direction this past year, the ACC launched its “Community Connections” outreach program which sponsored educational and mentoring activities along with donating books to the communities in which the league holds its conference championships. The initiative was created to teach life lessons to elementary and middle school students by the ACC’s student-athletes visiting local schools to discuss topics such as the importance of healthy living and sportsmanship.

ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE During Swofford’s first 14 years as Commissioner, ACC teams have won 52 national team titles and 1,552 ACC teams have participated in various NCAA championships - an average of over 110 NCAA teams per year. In the 2010-11 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings, the ACC was the only conference with four schools in the Top 10; one of two leagues with five members in the Top 20 and one of only three conferences with all of its members in the Top 75. This past year marks the 10th consecutive year that the ACC has placed four or more teams in the Top 30. In football, at least seven ACC teams have earned bowl bids in each of the last five seasons. In 2008, the conference set an NCAA record when 10 of its 12 teams (83%) participated in bowl play. During his tenure, the ACC has won five NCAA Men’s Basketball titles, more than any other conference. In addition, the league was represented by three of its women’s basketball programs in the 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four. In that same year, it was an all-ACC final as the conference claimed its second NCAA Women’s Basketball National title. A native of North Wilkesboro, NC, Swofford was a Morehead Scholar at the University of North Carolina and played on UNC’s 1971 ACC Football Championship team. He received his Masters of Education in Athletic Administration from Ohio University and then began his career at the University of Virginia in 1973. He returned to his alma mater in 1976 and became the school’s athletic director on May 1, 1980. At the age of 31, he was the youngest major college Athletics Director in the nation at the time and served as its Director of Athletics from 1980-1997. UNC’s athletic program led the league in both ACC and NCAA Championships during Swofford’s tenure as Athletic Director. John and his wife Nora reside in Greensboro, NC, and together they have three children: Amie, Chad and Autumn, who is married to Sherman Wooden. Autumn and Sherman welcomed Maya, their first child, to the family in April of 2010.

John Swofford, Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference Personal Information Full Name: Hometown: Wife: Children: Grandchildren: Education High School: College:

John Douglas Swofford North Wilkesboro, NC Nora Swofford Amie, Chad, Autumn (husband Sherman Wooden) Maya Wilkes Central High School, 1967 North Wilkesboro, NC

University of North Carolina, 1971 Morehead Scholarship Recipient BA in Industrial Relations

Graduate: Ohio University, 1973 MEd. in Athletics Administration

Playing Experience 1965-67

Two-time All-State QB and three-sport MVP at Wilkes Central High School

1969-71

North Carolina varsity football team quarterback and defensive back Peach Bowl, 1970 Gator Bowl, 1971 ACC Champions, 1971 ACC Academic Honor Roll, 1970-71

Athletic Administration Experience 1973-76

Ticket Manager/Asst. to the Director of Athletic Facilities and Finance University of Virginia

1976-79

Assistant Athletics Director and Business Manager University of North Carolina

1979-80

Assistant Executive Vice-President of the Educational Foundation University of North Carolina

1980-97

Director of Athletics University of North Carolina

1997-

Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference

Membership on Boards and Committees Sports Business Journal’s Sports Business Awards Committee, 2011-present NCAA Men’s College Basketball Officiating, LLC Board, 2010-present National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Honorary Board, 2009-present College Football Officiating, LLC Board of Managers, 2008-present North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame Advisory Board, 2008-present Wyndham Championship Board of Directors, 2002-present National Letter of Intent Appeals Committee, 2002-present BCS Coordinator, 2000-01, 2008-09 IA Collegiate Commissioner’s Assoc. (Chair), 2005-07 NCAA Football Board of Directors (President), 2004-05 NCAA Executive Committee, 1995-97 NCAA Division I Championship Committee (Chair), 1995-97 NCAA Special Committee to Study a Division I-A Football Championship, 1994-95 President of NACDA, 1993-94 NCAA Special Events Committee, 1987-91 NCAA Communications Committee (Chair), 1987-89 NCAA Football Television Committee (Chair), 1984

Honors and Awards Corbett Award, 2011 (presented annually by NACDA as the highest honor one can achieve in collegiate athletics administration) Achievement in Business Award, 2011 (presented annually by Ohio University’s College of Business) Father of the Year, 2011 (recognized by the Greater Greensboro Area Father’s Day Council) North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, 2009 Homer Rice Award, 2005 (presented by the Division 1A Athletic Directors’ Association) Horizon Award, 2004 (presented by the Atlanta Sports Council recognizing the National Sports Business Executive of the Year) Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame, 2003 Fifth most influential person in U.S. sports by the Sporting News, 2003 Outstanding American Award for the Triangle Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame, 2002 North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, 2002 Ohio University’s Charles R. Higgins Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1984

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


2010 SEASON IN REVIEW 2010 AMERICAN VOLLEYBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION HONORS Third-Team All-America Kellie Catanach ................... Jr. .............S ............... Duke Lane Carico .......................... Jr. .........OH ............. Miami Honorable Mention All-America Sandra Adeleye ..... So. .......MB ................ Clemson Becci Burling............Sr. .......MB ....................... Duke Christiana Gray ...... So. .......MB ....................... Duke Amanda Robertson.....Jr. ...RS/Opp. .................. Duke Visnja Djurdjevic .... Jr. ........OH .........Florida State Monique Mead ...... So. ..RS/Opp. ...Georgia Tech Mary AshleyTippins...........Sr. .........S ..........Georgia Tech Katie Gallagher ....... Jr. ..........S ....................... Miami Kaylie Gibson .......... Jr. ......DS/L... North Carolina Cara Baarendse...... So. ..RS/Opp. ....Virginia Tech Felicia Willoughby ......Sr. .......MB .........Virginia Tech All-East Region  Sandra Adeleye ..... So. .... MB...............  Clemson  Becci Burling ........... Sr. ..... MB......................  Duke  Kellie Catanach ....... Jr. .......  S........................  Duke  Christiana Gray ...... So. .... MB......................  Duke  Amanda Robertson .... Jr. .  RS/OPP..................  Duke  Visnja Djurdjevic .... Jr. ..... OH........ Florida State  Monique Mead ...... So. . RS/OPP ... Georgia Tech  Mary AshleyTippins........ Sr. .......  S......... Georgia Tech  Lane Carico .............. Jr. ..... OH....................  Miami  Katie Gallagher ....... Jr. .......  S......................  Miami  Kaylie Gibson .......... Jr. .... DS/L .  North Carolina  Cara Baarendse...... So.  RS/OPP .... Virginia Tech  Felicia Willoughby . Sr. ..... MB........ Virginia Tech All-East Region Honorable Mention Rachael Morgan ........So. ....OH ........Florida State Monique Mead .......... Fr.. ....OH .......Georgia Tech East Region Freshman of the Year McKenzie Adams .................OH ..................Virginia East Region Coach of the Year Jolene Nagel.......................................................Duke

of America Honors

2010 COLLEGE SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS OF AMERICA HONORS ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II Second Team Brittney Grove............ Sr. ... RS ................ Maryland Bethany Springer ...... Sr. ...... L ................ Maryland Academic All-District III First Team Andrea Beck ........... So. ....... MB........Wake Forest Lane Carico .............. Jr. ........ OH....................Miami Sophia Dunworth .. Jr. ....MB/OH .................Duke Taylor Wilson ...........Sr. ......L/DS .....Florida State Third Team Christiana Gray ...... So. ....... MB......................Duke

2010 ALL-ACC TEAM Sandra Adeleye .......... So. ...... M ................ Clemson Becci Burling .................Sr. ....MB ....................... Duke Kellie Catanach ............. Jr. ........S ....................... Duke Christiana Gray ........... So. ....MB ....................... Duke Ali McCurdy ...................Fr. .........L ....................... Duke Amanda Robertson .... Jr. ..... RS ....................... Duke Visnja Djurdjevic .......... Jr. ....OH .........Florida State Stephanie Neville ........Sr. ....OH .........Florida State Bailey Hunter ................. Jr. ....OH ........Georgia Tech Monique Mead ........... So. ..... RS ........Georgia Tech Mary Ashley Tippins ...Sr. ........S ........Georgia Tech Lane Carico .................... Jr. ....OH ..................... Miami Kaylie Gibson ................ Jr. ........L .... North Carolina Courtney Johnston .....Sr. ..OPP .... North Carolina Emily McGee ............... So. ....OH .... North Carolina Cara Baarendse ........... So. ..OPP ........ Virginia Tech Felicia Willoughby .......Sr. ....MB ........ Virginia Tech Andrea Beck ................ So. ... MH ......... Wake Forest 2010 ACC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Hannah Brenner ................S ..... .............. Clemson Moneshia Simmons ........RS.................... Clemson Ali McCurdy ........................L ........................... Duke Jennifer Percy ...................OH ..........Georgia Tech Mary Cushman ................OH .................Maryland McKenzie Adams .............RS...................... Virginia Victoria Hamsher ............MB ...........Virginia Tech

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 . 7 . 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

FINAL AVCA COACHES’ POLL School...................................2010 Record Penn State ..........................................32-5 California .............................................30-4 Southern California .........................29-5 Texas .....................................................27-6 27-6 Stanford ...............................................27-4 Washington ........................................23-9 Nebraska .............................................29-3 Florida  .................................................29-2 Illinois ...................................................24-9 Minnesota ...........................................26-9 Purdue ............................................... 24-11 UCLA .....................................................22-9 Hawai’i ..................................................28-3  Northern Iowa ...................................31-3 Dayton..................................................28-4 Colorado State...................................26-5 San Diego ............................................24-6 Duke ......................................... 27-7 Ohio State ........................................ 24-12 Tulsa ......................................................31-3 Oklahoma ........................................ 23-11 Missouri ............................................ 22-11 Indiana .............................................. 23-12  Tennessee ...........................................25-7 Iowa State ...........................................20-9

13. 21. 26. 31. 36. 54. 66. 70. 71. 74. 124. 216.

ACC IN THE FINAL NCAA RPI Duke .........................................................27-7 North Carolina.................................... 25-10 Miami (FL) ...............................................23-9 Florida St. ............................................. 22-11 Virginia Tech........................................ 20-12 Georgia Tech ....................................... 18-14 Clemson ............................................... 18-13 Wake Forest ......................................... 19-12 Virginia .................................................. 14-16 Maryland .............................................. 19-13 North Carolina St............................... 14-18 Boston College ......................................9-24

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

ANNUAL CONFERENCE HONORS

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kellie Catanach, Duke Duke junior setter Kellie Catanach was named ACC Player of the Year after guiding the Blue Devils to a 27-7 overall record, a regularseason ACC Championship, and an appearance in the regional finals of the 2010 NCAA Championship. Catanach led the conference in assists with 11.4 per set, and picked up 25 service aces and 65 total blocks on the season. She registered a teamleading 11 double-doubles as well.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kaylie Gibson, North Carolina North Carolina junior libero Kaylie Gibson was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year after averaging a league-leading 5.48 digs per set which ranked her 15th overall nationally. Gibson led the Tar Heels to their most wins since 2002 and earns All-ACC accolades for the first time in her career. The native of Apex, N.C. finished with double-digit digs in all but two matches in 2010, and her he 1496 career digs ranks her fourth all-time in school history.

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR McKenzie Adams, Virginia Virginia outside hitter McKenzie Adams was named the ACC Freshman of the Year after compiling 264 kills at a 3.03 kills per game clip for the season. She added 172 digs, 67 total blocks and a .198 hitting percentage. The native of San Antonio, Texas also was named as the NCAA East Region Freshman of the Year, the first time a Cavalier had won that honor.

COACH OF THE YEAR Jolene Nagel, Duke Duke head coach Jolene Nagel took home honors as the 2010 ACC Coach of the Year after leading the Blue Devils to their sixth straight NCAA Tournament appearance, reaching the quarterfinals before being defeated by Penn State. Nagel ranks first all-time among league coaches with a .705 winning percentage and second with nine NCAA tournament appearances. She has now led Duke to five straight seasons with at least 25 wins. 5


2010 SEASON IN REVIEW 2010 FINAL STANDINGS Conference For Opp 52 23 49 25 46 31 46 35 37 31 40 37 41 37 37 38 39 43 32 43 22 49 9 58

W L Pct. Duke * 16 4 .800 North Carolina # 15 5 .750 Miami # 13 7 .650 Florida State # 12 8 .600 Wake Forest 11 9 .550 Georgia Tech 11 9 .550 Virginia Tech # 10 10 .500 Maryland 10 10 .500 Clemson 9 11 .450 Virginia 8 12 .400 NC State 4 16 .200 Boston College 1 19 .050 * - denotes ACC Champion # - denotes received an NCAA Tournament berth

Uni niver ni ve ssit ver ity Park, Park, ark, Pa. ark Pa. at University Virgin g ia Tech 3,, Dela D elaware 0 ......................... el ........... ...... .. ........ ............. Friday, Dec. 3 Virginia Delaware Pen State Stat t e3 ta i gini irg in a Tech 0 ................ in ..............Sat Saaturd Sat aattur urday, Dec. 4 urd Penn 3,, V Virginia .....................Saturday, Duke 3, 3, Missouri Miss is our urri 1 .....................................Friday, uri ....................... .. ......... ............. .. .....Friday day da ayy, D ec. 10 Duke Dec. Pe n State Pen SStat tat atte 3 3,, D uke ke 1 ............................. ......... ...... .......... ... . ...... ......... Sat SSaturday, Sa aturd day, ayy,, De D c. 11 Penn Duke Dec. AU TTIN AUS IN, TTEXAS EXA XAS XA AS R EG EGI G ONA ONALL AUSTIN, REGIONAL Ga aine ne vil nes vi lee, Fla. vi Fla. a. at Gainesville, Florid da State Stat a e3 eo gia eo eor g a Southern So ou uth herrn 1 ...................Fri., ...........................Fri Fr ., Dec. Fr De ec. 3 Florida 3,, G Georgia Fl rid Fl Flo da 3, 3, Florida FFlor l ida lor da State SSttate 2......................Saturday, 2... ...... .. ... ... ... ....... ...... ... ......... .. . Sat Saturd turd urday ayy, Dec. De 4 Florida DAY DAY AYTON TON O N, O OHIO HIO IO OR RE EGIO GIO ONAL NA AL DAYTON, REGIONAL at Bloomington, Bllo Blo oo om omi mingt gton, on on, o n, Ind. n, In nd. d. at Miam iam ami 2 ....... ...... ....... .................... ...... ...... ... ....... ...... ..... Fri riiday rid day, Dec. 3 Indiana 3 3,, M Miami ....................................... Friday, SEATTLLE, E, WASH WAS W ASSH. H. R REG EEG GION IO AL SEATTLE, WASH. REGIONAL at Berkeley, Calif. North Carolina 3, Mississippi 1.................Friday, Dec. 3 California 3, North Carolina 0 ................... Saturday, Dec. 4

ACC IN TOP-25 NATIONAL STATISTICAL RANKINGS Individual Assists Per Set 22. Kellie Catanach (Duke) ....................................11.26 Blocks Per Set 8. Alexa Rand (Clemson) .......................................1.45 Digs Per Set 15. Kaylie Gibson ........................................................5.48 Hitting Percentage 19. Christiana Gray (Duke) ....................................0.387 24. Cara Baarendse (Virginia Tech) .....................0.376 Kills Per Set 19. Monique Mead (Georgia Tech) .......................4.29 Points Per Set 14. Monique Mead (Georgia Tech) .......................5.03 Team Assists Per Set 18. North Carolina....................................................13.38 21. Miami.....................................................................13.28 Blocks Per Set 11. Clemson .................................................................2.82 Digs Per Set 9. North Carolina....................................................18.49 15. Miami .........................................................................17.64 Kills Per Set 18. Miami .........................................................................14.28 22. North Carolina....................................................14.21 Match W-L Percentage 24. Duke.......................................................................0.794

6

Rd 7-4 5-4 5-4 4-5 6-5 5-4 4-7 4-7 2-7 4-7 1-8 0-11

Str L1 W3 W5 L1 W1 W1 W1 L3 L1 L2 L2 W1

W 27 25 23 22 19 18 20 19 18 14 14 9

L 7 10 9 11 12 14 12 13 13 16 18 24

Pct. .794 .714 .719 .667 .613 .562 .625 .594 .581 .467 .438 .273

Overall For Opp Hm Rd 87 40 15-1 9-6 82 44 15-2 5-7 79 44 12-3 6-6 78 52 11-4 7-6 63 42 11-5 7-6 66 54 8-7 6-5 71 49 9-3 5-9 68 49 12-3 4-9 67 52 12-4 3-8 52 59 7-6 5-9 53 58 6-8 3-9 38 77 2-9 2-13

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

Str L1 L1 L1 L1 W1 W1 L1 L3 L1 L2 L2 W1

L10 7-3 6-4 7-3 7-3 6-4 4-6 5-5 5-5 5-5 4-6 2-8 1-9

ACC VS. NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

2010 NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. REGIONAL at Durham, N.C. Duke 3, High Point 0 ................................... Friday, Dec. 3 Duke 3, Ohio 2 ........................................Saturday, Dec. 4

Hm 9-0 10-1 8-3 8-3 5-4 6-5 6-3 6-3 7-4 4-5 3-8 1-8

2010 Record: 108-39 (.735) CONFERENCE 2010 RECORD America East ................................................................... 2-0 Atlantic Sun..................................................................... 8-1 Atlantic 10 ....................................................................... 6-3 Big 12 ................................................................................ 5-4 Big East ............................................................................. 4-1 Big South ......................................................................... 5-0 Big Ten .............................................................................. 1-8 Big West............................................................................ 0-1 Colonial ............................................................................ 9-2 Conference USA ............................................................ 6-0 Horizon ............................................................................. 1-0 Independent................................................................... 3-0 Ivy ...................................................................................... 3-0 Metro Atlantic ................................................................ 1-0 Mid-American ................................................................ 4-0 Mid-Eastern..................................................................... 5-0 Missouri Valley ............................................................... 3-2 Mountain West............................................................... 0-1 Ohio Valley ...................................................................... 6-1 Northeast ......................................................................... 4-1 Pacific-10.......................................................................... 0-3 Patriot................................................................................ 2-2 Southeastern .................................................................. 6-6 Southern .......................................................................... 9-0 Southland ........................................................................ 2-0 Southwest Athletic ....................................................... 1-0 Summit ............................................................................. 1-0 Sun Belt ............................................................................ 7-1 West Coast ....................................................................... 1-2 Western Athletic............................................................ 3-0 Others ............................................................................... 0-0

2010 Splits Non-ACC Ranked Opponents ....................................1-15 Home ..................................................................................47-8 Road .................................................................................15-20 Neutral.............................................................................46-11 All-Time Record: 2,851-1,889 (.602) YEAR RECORD 1980 ..........141-103 (.578) 1981............ 173-99 (.636) 1982............ 140-99 (.586) 1983............ 94-125 (.429) 1984............ 88-109 (.447) 1985............ 96-105 (.478) 1986............ 105-87 (.547) 1987...............90-85 (.514) 1988............ 102-79 (.564) 1989............ 118-67 (.638) 1990...............83-65 (.561) 1991............ 131-71 (.649) 1992............ 137-58 (.703) 1993............ 106-43 (.711) 1994...............93-61 (.603) 1995...............74-54 (.578)

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK DATE A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22

YEAR RECORD 1996 ...............93-41 (.694) 1997 ...............83-49 (.629) 1998 ...............98-39 (.715) 1999 ...............89-39 (.695) 2000 ...............86-40 (.683) 2001 ...............61-34 (.642) 2002 ...............91-57 (.615) 2003 ...............98-40 (.710) 2004 ...............95-47 (.669) 2005 ...............66-43 (.606) 2006 ...............60-50 (.545) 2007 ...............64-50 (.561) 2008 ...............96-50 (.657) 2009 ...............92-54 (.630) 2010 ............ 108-39 (.735)

FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK

NAME SCHOOL Visnja Djurdjevic ......................... Florida State Alex Smith............................................. NC State Katie Gallagher.........................................Miami Shelbey Bleke ..........................North Carolina Amanda Robertson................................................ Duke Andrea Beck .................................. Wake Forest Amanda Robertson ..............................................Duke Monique Mead........................... Georgia Tech Felicia Willoughby.............................Virginia Tech Emily McGee ............................North Carolina Amanda Robertson..............................................Duke Kellie Catanach ..........................................Duke Brittney Grove ................................... Maryland Lane Carico ................................................Miami

DATE A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22

NAME SCHOOL Emily Rottman .......................................Virginia Alex Johnson ........................................... Miami Ali McCurdy ................................................ Duke Moneshia Simmons ................................... Clemson Alex Johnson ........................................... Miami Ali McCurdy ................................................ Duke McKenzie Adams ..................................Virginia Victoria Hamsher ....................... Virginia Tech Hannah Brenner ................................ Clemson McKenzie Adams ..................................Virginia Ali McCurdy ................................................ Duke Hannah Brenner ............................... Clemson Ryan Shaffer ............................................. Miami

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


2010 STATISTICAL LEADERS Team Sets Played 1. Florida State 2. Duke 3. North Carolina 4. Miami 5. Virginia Tech 6. Georgia Tech 7. Clemson 8. Maryland 9. Boston College 10. Virginia 11. NC State 12. Wake Forest

SP 130 127 126 123 120 120 119 117 115 111 111 105

Hitting Percentage 1. Miami 2. Virginia Tech 3. Georgia Tech 4. Duke 5. Florida State 6. Maryland 7. Clemson 8. Wake Forest 9. North Carolina 10. Virginia 11. NC State 12. Boston College

SP 123 120 120 127 130 117 119 105 126 111 111 115

K 1757 1667 1652 1794 1705 1516 1524 1390 1791 1420 1410 1292

E 554 624 635 637 632 563 542 544 729 591 645 645

TA 4724 4140 4068 4703 4467 4104 4324 3891 5050 4145 3982 3935

Assists 1. North Carolina 2. Duke 3. Miami 4. Florida State 5. Georgia Tech 6. Virginia Tech 7. Maryland 8. Clemson 9. Virginia 10. NC State 11. Wake Forest 12. Boston College

No. 1686 1671 1634 1560 1553 1538 1409 1404 1331 1318 1311 1202

Assists per Set 1. North Carolina 2. Miami 3. Duke 4. Georgia Tech 5. Virginia Tech 6. Wake Forest 7. Maryland 8. Florida State 9. Virginia 10. NC State 11. Clemson 12. Boston College

SP 126 123 127 120 120 105 117 130 111 111 119 115

A 1686 1634 1671 1553 1538 1311 1409 1560 1331 1318 1404 1202

Digs 1. North Carolina 2. Miami 3. Duke 4. Clemson 5. Florida State 6. Maryland 7. Virginia Tech 8. Virginia 9. Boston College 10. Wake Forest 11. NC State 12. Georgia Tech

No. 2330 2170 2164 1928 1791 1756 1752 1726 1708 1704 1689 1634

Digs per Set 1. North Carolina 2. Miami 3. Duke 4. Wake Forest 5. Clemson 6. Virginia 7. NC State 8. Maryland 9. Boston College 10. Virginia Tech 11. Florida State 12.Georgia Tech

SP 126 123 127 105 119 111 111 117 115 120 130 120

D 2330 2170 2164 1704 1928 1726 1689 1756 1708 1752 1791 1634

PCT .255 .252 .250 .246 .240 .232 .227 .217 .210 .200 .192 .164

Kills per Set 1. Miami 2. North Carolina 3. Duke 4. Virginia Tech 5. Georgia Tech 6. Wake Forest 7. Florida State 8. Maryland 9. Clemson 10. Virginia 11. NC State 12. Boston College

SP 123 126 127 120 120 105 130 117 119 111 111 115

K 1757 1791 1794 1667 1652 1390 1705 1516 1524 1420 1410 1292

K/S 14.28 14.21 14.13 13.89 13.77 13.24 13.12 12.96 12.81 12.79 12.70 11.23

Kills 1. Duke 2. North Carolina 3. Miami 4. Florida State 5. Virginia Tech 6. Georgia Tech 7. Clemson 8. Maryland 9. Virginia 10. NC State 11. Wake Forest 12. Boston College

No. 1794 1791 1757 1705 1667 1652 1524 1516 1420 1410 1390 1292

A/S 13.38 13.28 13.16 12.94 12.82 12.49 12.04 12.00 11.99 11.87 11.80 10.45

Service Aces per Set 1. Maryland 2. Clemson 3. Georgia Tech 4. Virginia 5. Miami 6. Wake Forest 7. NC State 8. Duke 9. North Carolina 10. Florida State 11. Boston College 12. Virginia Tech

SP 117 119 120 111 123 105 111 127 126 130 115 120

SA 158 143 142 131 145 122 128 135 133 137 119 122

SA/S 1.35 1.20 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.16 1.15 1.06 1.06 1.05 1.03 1.02

Service Aces 1. Maryland 2. Miami 3. Clemson 4. Georgia Tech 5. Florida State 6. Duke 7. North Carolina 8. Virginia 9. NC State 10. Wake Forest 11. Virginia Tech 12. Boston College

No. 158 145 143 142 137 135 133 131 128 122 122 119

D/S 18.49 17.64 17.04 16.23 16.20 15.55 15.22 15.01 14.85 14.60 13.78 13.62

Blocks 1. Clemson 2. Florida State 3. Virginia 4. Georgia Tech 5. Wake Forest 6. Maryland 7. Virginia Tech 8. Duke 9. Boston College 10. NC State 11. Miami 12. North Carolina

B/S 2.82 2.42 2.38 2.30 2.27 2.26 2.23 2.08 1.98 1.97 1.96 1.92

Total Blocks 1. Clemson 2. Florida State 3. Georgia Tech 4. Virginia Tech 5. Virginia 6. Maryland 7. Duke 8. North Carolina 9. Miami 10. Wake Forest 11. Boston College 12. NC State

No. 335.5 315 275.5 267.5 264.5 264 264 241.5 241 238 227.5 219

SP 119 130 111 120 105 117 120 127 115 111 123 126

BS 72 42 53 52 44 55 68 55 49 53 55 49

BA 527 546 423 447 388 418 399 418 357 332 372 385

TB 335.5 315.0 264.5 275.5 238.0 264.0 267.5 264.0 227.5 219.0 241.0 241.5

Individual Sets Played No. 1. Stephanie Neville-FS 130 Duygu Duzceler-FS 130 Patricia Figueiredo-FS 130 4. Jenna Romanelli-FS 129 5. Becci Burling-DU 127 Claire Smalzer-DU 127 Ali McCurdy-DU 127 8. Kellie Catanach-DU 126 Christine Vaughen-NC 126 Kaylie Gibson-NC 126

Hitting Percentage CL 1. Christiana Gray-DU SO 2. Cara Baarendse-VT SO 3. Felicia Willoughby-VT SR 4. Jessica O’Shoney-VA SO 5. Lisa Scott-MD JR 6. Asia Stawicka-GT JR 7. Margaret Salata-ST JR Ali Becker-UM JR 9. Christine Vaughen-NC SR 10. Amanda Robertson-DU JR

SP 124 119 120 111 117 120 95 106 126 125

K E 280 73 385 73 328 93 250 75 259 86 236 62 266 77 218 55 314 93 350 111

TA 535 830 646 517 512 517 567 489 679 744

PCT .387 .376 .364 .338 .338 .337 .333 .333 .325 .321

Kills per Set 1. Monique Mead-GT 2. Lane Carico-UM 3. Simone Asque-VA 4. Sandra Adeleye-CU 5. Visnja Djurdjevic-FS 6. Tsvetelina Dureva-BC 7. Kadija Fornah-WF 8. Cara Baarendse-VT 9. Becah Fogle-ST 10. Serenat Yaz-CU

CL SO JR JR SO JR JR JR SO JR SO

SP 120 123 111 119 120 114 101 119 61 119

K 515 471 419 407 410 372 327 385 197 379

K/S 4.29 3.83 3.77 3.42 3.42 3.26 3.24 3.24 3.23 3.18

Kills No. 1. Monique Mead-GT 515 2. Lane Carico-UM 471 3. Simone Asque-VA 419 4. Visnja Djurdjevic-FS 410 5. Sandra Adeleye-CU 407 6. Cara Baarendse-VT 385 7. Serenat Yaz-CU 379 Becci Burling-DU 379 9. Tsvetelina Dureva-BC 372 10. Bailey Hunter-GT 366

SP 120 111 123 120 117 101 94 120 120 130

SA 46 36 38 36 34 29 26 33 33 35

SA/S 0.38 0.32 0.31 0.30 0.29 0.29 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.27

Service Aces No. 1. Justine Record-VT 46 2. Lane Carico-UM 38 3. Visnja Djurdjevic-FS 36 Simone Asque-VA 36 5. Duygu Duzceler-FS 35 6. Sarah Harper-MD 34 7. Monique Mead-GT 33 Bailey Hunter-GT 33 9. Serenat Yaz-CU 30 10. Susan Carlson-GT 29

B/S 1.45 1.11 1.10 1.09 1.09 1.09 1.08 1.06 1.03 1.02

Total Blocks No. 1. Alexa Rand-CU 162 2. Asia Stawicka-GT 131 3. Sandra Adeleye-CU 130 4. Christiana Gray-DU 126 5. Felicia Willoughby-VT 124 6. Shelbey Bleke-NC 122 7. Lisa Scott-MD 118 8. Jessica O’Shoney-VA 118 9. Becci Burling-DU 117 10. Carlin Salmon-WF 116

Assists No. 1. Kellie Catanach-DU 1419 2. Erin Leaser-VT 1336 3. MaryAshleyTippins-GT 1302 4. Remy McBain-MD 1179 5. Katie Gallagher-UM 1165 6. Megan Cyr-ST 1133 7. Cora Harms-NC 977 8. Beth Wildermuth-VA 938 9. Kelsey Jones-WF 930 10. Duygu Duzceler-FS 763

Assists per Set 1. Kellie Catanach-DU 2. Erin Leaser-VT 3. Mary Ashley Tippins-GT 4. Katie Gallagher-UM 5. Kelsey Jones-WF 6. Megan Cyr-ST 7. Remy McBain-MD 8. Hannah Brenner-CU 9. Beth Wildermuth-VA 10. Cora Harms-NC

CL JR JR SR JR SR SO SO FR SO SO

SP 126 120 120 108 89 111 117 77 111 121

A 1419 1336 1302 1165 930 1133 1179 752 938 977

A/S 11.26 11.13 10.85 10.79 10.45 10.21 10.08 9.77 8.45 8.07

Service Aces per Set 1. Justine Record-VT 2. Simone Asque-VA 3. Lane Carico-UM 4. Visnja Djurdjevic-FS 5. Sarah Harper-MD 6. Kadija Fornah-WF 7. Kristen White-WF 8. Bailey Hunter-GT Monique Mead-GT 10. Duygu Duzceler-FS

CL JR JR JR JR FR JR SR JR SO SO

Digs No. 1. Kaylie Gibson-NC 690 2. Ali McCurdy-DU 620 3. AJ Cushman-VA 543 4. Cansu Ozdemir-CU 527 5. Ryan Shaffer-UM 518 6. Bethany Springer-MD 516 7. Jenna Romanelli-FS 507 8. Jordan McCullers-GT 486 9. Kristen Baader-BC 471 10. MeganThornberry-WF 459

Digs per Set CL 1. Kaylie Gibson-NC JR 2. AJ Cushman-VA SR 3. Ali McCurdy-DU FR 4. Ryan Shaffer-UM FR 5. Cansu Ozdemir-CU SR 6. Bethany Springer-MD SR 7. Megan Thornberry-WF SR 8. Kristen Baader-BC SR 9. Jordan McCullers-GT SR 10. Brennan Clark-BC JR

SP 126 111 127 114 119 117 105 115 120 109

D 690 543 620 518 527 516 459 471 486 432

D/S 5.48 4.89 4.88 4.54 4.43 4.41 4.37 4.10 4.05 3.96

Blocks per Set 1. Alexa Rand-CU 2. Lauren Young-FS 3. Carlin Salmon-WF 4. Margaret Salata-ST 5. Sandra Adeleye-CU 6. Asia Stawicka-GT 7. Mallory Woolridge-VA 8. Jessica O’Shoney-VA 9. Felicia Willoughby-VT 10. Christiana Gray-DU

CL SO SR JR JR SO JR FR SO SR SO

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

SP 112 104 105 95 119 120 65 111 120 124

BS 22 8 15 19 28 16 4 20 22 21

BA TB 140 162.0 107 115.0 101 116.0 85 104.0 102 130.0 115 131.0 66 70.0 98 118.0 102 124.0 105 126.0

7


2011 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE AUGUST Friday, August 26 ACC/SEC Challenge (Gainesville, Fla.) Boston College at Florida ..............................7:30p Active Ankle Challenge at University of Florida North Carolina vs. Auburn .............................5:30p Appalachian State Tournament NC State at Appalachian State .....................7:00p Big Orange Bash (Clemson, S.C) Clemson vs. Loyola (Md) ................................7:00p Comcast Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tn.) Maryland vs. Villanova ....................................5:00p Duke Invitational Duke vs. Furman ...............................................7:00p Florida State Invitational Florida State vs. Kentucky .............................7:00p Georgia Tech Courtyard Classic Georgia Tech vs. Kansas State ......................7:00p Hokie Tournament Virginia Tech vs. Cleveland State .................7:00p Marriott Cavalier Classic Virginia vs. Western Michigan ......................7:00p Tiger Classic (Baton Rouge, La.) Miami vs. Jacksonville State..........................4:30p Saturday, August 27 ACC/SEC Challenge (Gainesville, Fla.) Boston College vs. Auburn ............................5:30p Active Ankle Challenge at University of Florida North Carolina at Florida ...............................3:30p Appalachian State Tournament NC State vs. Charlotte ...................................10:00a NC State vs. Kennesaw State ........................4:30p Big Orange Bash (Clemson, S.C) Clemson vs. Tennessee State..................... 12:00p Clemson vs. South Carolina State ...............6:00p Comcast Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tn.) Maryland vs. Ohio ..........................................11:30a Maryland at Tennessee ...................................7:00p Duke Invitational Duke vs. Charleston Southern ...................10:00a Duke vs. Wisconsin...........................................7:00p Florida State Invitational Florida State vs. Albany ................................11:30a Florida State vs. Tulsa ......................................7:00p Georgia Tech Courtyard Classic Georgia Tech vs. Tennessee Tech ............. 12:30p Georgia Tech vs. Louisville.............................7:00p Hokie Tournament Virginia Tech vs. High Point ........................ 12:30p Virginia Tech vs. Indiana .................................7:00p Marriott Cavalier Classic Virginia vs. USC Upstate .................................1:00p Virginia vs. Western Carolina ........................7:00p Tiger Classic (Baton Rouge, La.) Miami vs. Louisiana-Lafayette ......................1:30p Miami at LSU ......................................................7:00p Tuesday, August 30 Florida State at Florida....................................7:00p

Maryland Invite Maryland vs. VCU ..............................................7:00p NC State Tournament NC State vs. North Carolina A&T ...............10:00a NC State vs. Wisconsin ....................................5:30p Pepperdine Asics Classic (Malibu, Calif.) Miami vs. UC Santa Barbara ..........................7:30p Rice Tournament Georgia Tech vs. UTSA ....................................1:30p Stanford Invitational Duke vs. St. Mary’s ............................................7:30p Western Michigan Invitational North Carolina at Western Michigan .........7:00p Yale Tournament Boston College at Yale ....................................7:00p Saturday, September 3 35th Annual Delaware Volleyball Invitational (Newark,Del.) Florida State at Delaware............................ 12:30p Florida State vs. UC Irvine ..............................5:00p Campus USA Credit Union Invite (Gainesville, Fla.) Clemson at Florida ...........................................4:00p Deacon Invitational Wake Forest vs. Charleston Southern..... 12:00p Wake Forest vs. Georgetown ........................7:00p Holiday Inn Jefferson Cup (Charlottesville, Va.) Virginia vs. Long Island ...................................3:00p Kentucky Tournament (Lexington, Ky.) Virginia Tech vs. Western Kentucky University.. 1:00p Virginia Tech at Kentucky ..............................7:30p Maryland Invite Maryland vs. Quinnipiac ............................. 12:30p Maryland vs. Xavier ..........................................7:00p NC State Tournament NC State vs. Western Carolina ................... 12:00p NC State vs. Campbell .....................................7:00p Pepperdine Asics Classic (Malibu, Calif.) Miami vs. Georgia .............................................1:00p Miami at Pepperdine .................................... 10:30p Rice Tournament Georgia Tech vs. Houston Baptist .............11:00a Georgia Tech at Rice ........................................7:00p Stanford Invitational Duke at Stanford ..................................................TBA Western Michigan Invitational North Carolina vs. Seton Hall .....................10:00a North Carolina vs. Liberty ..............................5:00p Yale Tournament Boston College vs. Utah .................................1:00p Boston College vs. Colgate ...........................5:00p Sunday, September 4 Clemson vs. USC (Orlando, FL).................. 12:00p Deacon Invitational Wake Forest vs. North Florida .........................TBA Thursday, September 8 San Diego at Duke ...........................................7:00p Hurricane Invitational Miami vs. Florida A&M ....................................6:00p

SEPTEMBER Thursday, September 1 Duke at Pacific ...................................................8:00p Friday, September 2 35th Annual Delaware Volleyball Invitational (Newark,Del.) Florida State vs. Northern Iowa ...................4:00p Campus USA Credit Union Invite (Gainesville, Fla.) Clemson vs. Florida Atlantic .......................10:00a Clemson vs. Jacksonville ................................5:30p Deacon Invitational Wake Forest vs. Arkansas ...............................7:00p Holiday Inn Jefferson Cup (Charlottesville, Va.) Virginia vs. East Carolina ..............................11:00a Virginia vs. California .......................................7:00p Kentucky Tournament (Lexington, Ky.) Virginia Tech vs. Ohio ......................................5:00p 8

Friday, September 9 2011 Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) North Carolina vs. San Diego .......................7:30p College of Charleston Classic Clemson vs. South Carolina ..........................4:30p Dayton Flyer Classic Florida State vs. Michigan .............................2:00p Florida State at Dayton ...................................7:00p Georgia Tech Regency Suites Invitational Georgia Tech vs. Georgia ...............................7:00p Hokie Invite Virginia Tech vs. American.............................7:00p Hurricane Invitational Miami vs. Auburn..............................................7:00p Ohio Volleyball Tournament (Athens, Ohio) Virginia vs. Marshall .........................................5:00p Rhode Island Tournament (Kingston, R.I.)

Boston College vs. Wisconsin .......................3:00p Spring Hill Suites at Arundel Mill Terrapin Invite Maryland vs. Yale ..............................................7:00p UNC Wilmington NC State vs. Charleston Southern...............5:00p Western Kentucky Tournament Wake Forest vs. LSU .......................................10:00a Wake Forest at Western Kentucky ..............7:00p Saturday, September 10 2011 Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) North Carolina vs. Georgia Southern ..... 12:00p North Carolina vs. Arizona State .................7:30p College of Charleston Classic Clemson vs. Winthrop ..................................10:00a Clemson at College of Charleston ..............7:00p Dayton Flyer Classic Florida State vs. Pepperdine .........................4:00p Georgia Tech Regency Suites Invitational Georgia Tech vs. Mercer .............................. 12:30p Georgia Tech vs. Samford ..............................7:00p Hokie Invite Virginia Tech vs. Seton Hall ........................ 12:30p Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee ...........................7:00p Hurricane Invitational Miami vs. Oklahoma ........................................7:00p Ohio Volleyball Tournament (Athens, Ohio) Virginia vs. Louisville .....................................11:00a Rhode Island Tournament (Kingston, R.I.) Boston College vs. Columbia........................3:00p Boston College at Rhode Island ..................7:00p Spring Hill Suites at Arundel Mill Terrapin Invite Maryland vs. Sacred Heart ......................... 12:30p Maryland vs. Delaware ...................................7:00p UNC Wilmington NC State vs. East Carolina ............................10:30a NC State at UNC-Wilmington .......................7:30p Western Kentucky Tournament Wake Forest vs. Xavier...................................11:00a Sunday, September 11 Ohio Volleyball Tournament (Athens, Ohio) Virginia at Ohio..................................................1:00p Tuesday, September 13 Campbell at Duke.............................................7:00p Wednesday, September 14 Miami at Florida State .....................................8:00p Clemson Classic Clemson vs. Furman ........................................7:00p Thursday, September 15 Clemson Tournament Georgia Tech vs. Furman ...................................TBA Friday, September 16 2011 Tar Heel Classic North Carolina vs. Tulsa ..................................7:30p Clemson Tournament Georgia Tech at Clemson ...............................7:00p NC State Tournament NC State vs. Liberty ..........................................7:00p Seton Hall Tournament Boston College vs. TCU ...................................1:00p Boston College at Seton Hall ........................6:00p Sports Imports Classic (Columbus, Ohio) Maryland vs. Akron ..........................................7:00p Wake Forest Black and Gold Challenge Duke at Wake Forest .......................................7:00p Virginia at Virginia Tech ..................................7:00p Saturday, September 17 2011 Tar Heel Classic North Carolina vs. Miami (Oh)................... 12:00p North Carolina vs. Saint Louis ......................7:30p Black and Gold Challenge Wake Forest vs. Charlotte/High Point .......5:00p

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


2011 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational Virginia Tech vs. Chattanooga......................1:00p Virginia Tech vs. Connecticut .......................7:00p NC State Tournament NC State vs. The Citadel..................................1:00p NC State vs. Towson .........................................7:30p Seton Hall Tournament Boston College at NJIT ................................. 12:00p Sports Imports Classic (Columbus, Ohio) Maryland vs. Albany ........................................1:00p Maryland at Ohio State ..................................7:00p Wake Forest Black and Gold Challenge Duke vs. Charlotte/High Point .....................2:00p

Boston College at Georgia Tech ..................1:00p Florida State at NC State ................................1:00p Miami at North Carolina.................................1:00p

Saturday, November 05 Virginia Tech at Duke.......................................7:00p Virginia at Wake Forest ......................................TBA

Thursday, October 13 Virginia Tech at North Carolina ....................7:00p

Sunday, November 06 Clemson at Boston College........................ 12:00p North Carolina at Florida State ....................1:00p NC State at Miami .............................................1:00p Georgia Tech at Maryland .............................2:00p

Friday, October 14 Boston College at Duke..................................4:30p Virginia at North Carolina ..............................5:00p Clemson at Miami ............................................6:00p Georgia Tech at Florida State .......................7:00p Maryland at Wake Forest ...............................7:00p Virginia Tech at NC State ................................7:00p

Virginia vs. Connecticut (at Blacksburg, Va.)....1:00p Tuesday, September 20 Maryland at Boston College .........................5:00p Wake Forest at Appalachian State ..............7:00p

Saturday, October 15 Virginia at NC State ..........................................7:00p Boston College at Wake Forest .......................TBA Maryland at Duke ................................................TBA

Friday, September 23 NC State at Boston College ...........................7:00p Georgia Tech at Duke ......................................7:00p North Carolina at Maryland ..........................7:00p Florida State at Virginia ..................................7:00p Miami at Virginia Tech .....................................7:00p Clemson at Wake Forest .................................7:00p

Sunday, October 16 Clemson at Florida State ................................1:00p Georgia Tech at Miami ....................................1:00p

Saturday, September 24 Georgia Tech at Wake Forest ........................5:00p Florida State at Virginia Tech ........................6:00p Clemson at Duke .................................................TBA

Friday, October 21 Miami at Boston College ...............................7:00p NC State at Duke ...............................................7:00p Florida State at Maryland ..............................7:00p Clemson at Virginia ..........................................7:00p Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech .......................7:00p North Carolina at Wake Forest .....................7:00p

Sunday, September 25 North Carolina at Boston College ............ 12:00p Miami at Virginia ............................................ 12:30p NC State at Maryland ......................................2:00p Thursday, September 29 Virginia Tech at Boston College ...................7:00p Friday, September 30 North Carolina at Clemson............................7:00p Duke at Florida State .......................................7:00p NC State at Georgia Tech ...............................7:00p Virginia at Maryland ........................................7:00p Wake Forest at Miami ......................................7:00p OCTOBER Saturday, October 01 NC State at Clemson........................................6:00p North Carolina at Georgia Tech ...................6:30p Sunday, October 02 Virginia at Boston College .......................... 12:00p Wake Forest at Florida State .........................1:00p Duke at Miami ..................................................1:30p Virginia Tech at Maryland ..............................2:00p Tuesday, October 04 NC State at North Carolina ............................7:00p Thursday, October 06 Wake Forest at Virginia Tech .........................7:30p Friday, October 07 Boston College at Clemson...........................7:00p Maryland at Georgia Tech .............................7:00p Miami at NC State .............................................7:00p Florida State at North Carolina ....................7:00p Wake Forest at Virginia ...................................7:00p Duke at Virginia Tech ......................................7:00p Saturday, October 08 Maryland at Clemson ......................................6:00p Duke at Virginia ................................................7:00p Sunday, October 09

Wednesday, October 19 North Carolina at Duke ..................................6:00p NC State at Wake Forest .................................7:00p

Saturday, October 22 Georgia Tech at Virginia .................................7:00p

Thursday, November 10 Miami at Duke ...................................................7:00p Friday, November 11 Georgia Tech at North Carolina ...................7:00p Boston College at Virginia .............................7:00p Maryland at Virginia Tech ..............................7:00p Florida State at Wake Forest .........................7:00p Clemson at NC State........................................7:30p Saturday, November 12 Miami at Wake Forest ......................................5:00p Clemson at North Carolina............................6:00p Boston College at Virginia Tech ...................6:00p Maryland at Virginia ........................................7:00p Sunday, November 13 Florida State at Duke .......................................1:00p Georgia Tech at NC State ...............................1:00p Friday, November 18 Wake Forest at Boston College ....................7:00p Florida State at Clemson ................................7:00p Miami at Georgia Tech ....................................7:00p NC State at Virginia ..........................................7:00p North Carolina at Virginia Tech ....................7:00p Duke at Maryland .............................................7:00p

Sunday, October 23 Florida State at Boston College ................ 12:00p Clemson at Virginia Tech ................................1:00p Miami at Maryland ...........................................2:00p

Saturday, November 19 Miami at Clemson ............................................6:00p Florida State at Georgia Tech .......................6:00p NC State at Virginia Tech ................................6:00p North Carolina at Virginia ..............................7:00p

Wednesday, October 26 Georgia Tech at Middle Tennessee State .....6:30p

Sunday, November 20 Duke at Boston College............................... 12:00p Wake Forest at Maryland ...............................2:00p

Thursday, October 27 Maryland at North Carolina ..........................7:00p

Tuesday, November 22 Wake Forest at Duke ........................................7:00p

Friday, October 28 Wake Forest at Georgia Tech ........................7:00p Virginia at Miami ...............................................7:00p Maryland at NC State ......................................7:00p Boston College at North Carolina ...............7:00p Duke at Clemson ..............................................7:00p Virginia Tech at Florida State ........................7:00p

Wednesday, November 23 Boston College at Maryland .........................1:00p North Carolina at NC State ............................1:00p Clemson at Georgia Tech ...............................6:30p

Saturday, October 29 Wake Forest at Clemson.................................5:00p Boston College at NC State ...........................7:00p

Saturday, November 26 Florida State at Miami .....................................5:00p

Sunday, October 30 Virginia at Florida State ..................................1:00p Virginia Tech at Miami.....................................1:00p Duke at Georgia Tech ......................................1:00p

TELEVISION BROADCAST SCHEDULE

NOVEMBER Tuesday, November 01 VCU at Wake Forest ..........................................7:00p Friday, November 04 North Carolina at Miami.................................6:00p Georgia Tech at Boston College ..................7:00p Virginia at Duke .................................................7:00p NC State at Florida State ................................7:00p Clemson at Maryland ......................................7:00p Virginia Tech at Wake Forest .........................7:00p

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

Friday, November 25 Virginia Tech at Virginia ..................................7:00p

Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Oct. 9 Oct. 19 Oct. 30 Oct. 30 Nov. 13 Nov. 18

Miami at Florida State................ESPNU....8:00p Duke at Wake Forest...................RSN...........7:00p North Carolina at Maryland ..RSN...........7:00p Florida State at NC State ..........RSN...........1:00p North Carolina at Duke.............ESPNU....6:00p Duke at Georgia Tech.................ESPN3.....1:00p Virginia Tech at Miami................RSN...........1:00p Georgia Tech at NC State.........RSN...........1:00p Florida State at Clemson..........ESPN3.....7:00p

9


BOST ON COL BOSTON COLLEGE L EGE

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

CHRIS CAMPBELL

Location ......................................... Chestnut Hill, Mass. Founded ..................................................................... 1863 Enrollment ..............................................................14,500 Nickname ................................................................ Eagles Colors .................................................. Maroon and Gold Website .......................................... www.bceagles.com Court (Capacity) ............................Power Gym (1,000) School Record (Win %) ........................249-382 (.395) ACC Record (Win %) ..................................26-80 (.245) ACC Regular-Season Titles ...........................................0 ACC Tournament Titles* ................................................0 NCAA Appearances ........................................................0 Letterwinners returning/lost...................................9/4 Starters returning/lost ...............................................7/4

• • • • •

• *(1981-2004) BC entered ACC in 2005

• 2010 2009 SCHEDULE SCHEDULE AND AND RESULTS RESULTS

CAMPBELL AT BOSTON COLLEGE

TERRAPINS

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Record Overall Home Home Away Away Neutral Neutral All 9-24 4-10 2-9 2-13 5-2 All Games Games 12-19 3-9 5-0 Conference 1-19 1-8 0-11 0-0 Conference 2-18 1-10 1-8 0-0 Non-Conference 8-5 1-1 2-2 5-2 Non-Conference 10-1 3-0 2-1 5-0

10

Enters his second season as head coach at Boston College Comes to BC after two years as the associate head coach at Auburn, where he was the recruiting coordinator, position coach for middle blockers and also defensive coordinator Helped the Tigers jump from ninth to fifth in the SEC in opponent hitting percentage and 11th to seventh in blocks Guided Auburn to its first regional ranking in more than 10 years as it reached No. 60 in the national RPI Spent four years as the head coach at Northern Arizona, where he led the Lumberjacks to a sixth-place finish in the Big Sky Conference in 2007, earning their first league tournament berth since 2004 Mentored Kim Babcock at NAU, who led the nation in kills per game in 2007 Named captain and started at both McGill University and the University of British Columbia at the Canadian Division I level.

Date Opponent Results Date Opponent Results A27 at Holy Cross1 .......................... University of Buffalo Tournament........... L, 0-3 A27 vs.Buff Fordham1 ........................... ............ L, 0-3 A28 at alo.................................................L, 3-0 A28 NORTHEASTERN1 ................... ...........W, L, 1-3 A29 vs. Seton Hall ....................................... 3-2 A28 QUINNIPIAC1 .......................... ........... W, 3-0 A29 vs. Fordham ......................................... W, 3-1 S3 vs. New Hampshire2 ........................ W, 3-2 S4 vs. Eastern Illinois2 ................ ........... W, 3-0 John’s University Tournament S4 atSt.Harvard2 .............................. .......... W, 3-0 S4 at John’s ........................................... 3-1 S10 vs.St. Holy Cross3 ......................... ...........W, L, 2-3 vs. Navy3 Quinnipiac...................................... W, 3-2 3-0 S11S5 vs. ......................... .. .................. W, vs.Bryant3 Fordham ......................................... 3-2 S11S5 at ....................................... ......W, L, 2-3 S17 vs. Central Connecticut4 ................. W, 3-0 College of the Holy Cross Tournament S18 vs. Holy Cross4 .......................... ........ W, 3-0 S11 vs.Brown4 Northeastern ................................. 3-2 S18 at .................................... . ...... W, 3-0 S11 at Holy Cross*........................................ S21 Maryland .......................................W, L, 3-0 1-3 S24 at NC State * .................................... .... L, 0-3 BostonCarolina College Tournament S25 at North * ............................. L, 0-3 O1 at Wake Forest *...................................W, .................................. L, 3-2 0-3 S18 CONNECTICUT O2 at Duke * ............................ ................... L, 3-1 1-3 S19 HARTFORD ..........................................W, O8 VIRGINIAISLAND * ............................. ................ L, 3-1 1-3 S19 RHODE ..................................W, O10 VIRGINIA TECH * ...................... ........... L, 0-3 O15 FLORIDA STATE * ....................... ......... L, L, 3-1 2-3 S22 MARYLAND * ....................................... O17 MIAMI * ........................................... ....... L, 0-3 S24 WAKE FOREST *................................... L, 3-2 O22 at Georgia Tech * ................................ L, 0-3 S27 DUKE * .................................................... L, 3-0 O23 at Clemson * ...................................... .. L, 0-3 O2 at NorthCAROLINA Carolina * *..............................L, 3-2 O29 NORTH .......................... L, 1-3 O3 at State * ........................................ 3-0 O31 NCNC STATE * ............................ ................W, L, 0-3 at ClemsonTech * ..........................................L, N5O9 at Virginia * ..................... ........... L, 3-0 0-3 O10 at Virginia Georgia *Tech *..................................L, 3-0 N6 ................................. .......... L, 0-3 O16 MIAMI**............................................. ....................................................L, N12 DUKE ...... L, 3-1 0-3 018 FLORIDA STATE* *................................. ..................................L, N14 WAKE FOREST . L, 3-0 0-3 N19 at Miami *TECH ............................ ................. L, 3-2 0-3 O23 VIRGINIA * ...................................L, N21 at Florida *State * ................................. L, 3-2 0-3 O24 VIRGINIA ...............................................L, N24 MARYLAND * ........................... . ......... W, 3-0 3-1 O30 at Duke * .................................................L, O31 at Wake Forest *....................................L, 3-0 1Beanpot Classic (Worcester, Mass. & Chestnut Hill, N6 GEORGIA TECH * ..................................L, 3-0 Mass.) N8 CLEMSON * ............................................L, 3-1 2Harvard Tournament (Cambridge, Mass.) N13 NC STATE * ............................................ W, 3-0 3Bryant Tournament (Smithfield, R.I.) N14 Tournament NORTH CAROLINA *............................L, 3-0 4Brown (Providence, R.I.) N20 at Florida State *...................................L, 3-0 N22 at Miami * ...............................................L, 3-0 at Maryland *.........................................L, 3-0 *N25 denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game * - denotes Atlantic Coast Conference match ALL CAPS - denotes home matches

Boston College Record: 9-24 (second year) Career Record: 86-138 (nine years) Year 2010 Totals

ACC 1-19 1-19 (.050)

Overall 9-24 9-24 (.273)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Clemson ..............................................0-1 Duke .....................................................0-2 Florida State ......................................0-2 Georgia Tech......................................0-1 Maryland ............................................1-1 Miami ...................................................0-2 North Carolina ..................................0-2 NC State ..............................................0-2 Virginia ................................................0-2 Virginia Tech ......................................0-2 Wake Forest .......................................0-2 Totals: 1-19 (.050)

NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15

NAME Alex Fitzmorris Alexandra Trobbe Courtney Castle Mollie Kolosky Val Mattaliano Melissa McTighe Lauren Fields Krystle Higgins Brennan Clark Tsvetelina Dureva Courtney Seitz Cagla Sen Kellie Barnum

CL. SO SO FR SR JR SO FR JR SR SR SO SO FR

POS. MB OH OH MH OH MH DS MH L OH S S S

HT. 6-4 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-7 6-1 5-8 5-10.5 5-9 5-11 5-11

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West) Los Gatos, Calif. (Saint Francis) Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) Wheaton,Ill.(WheatonWarrenvilleSouthHS) Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Benet Academy) Los Altos, Calif. (Mountain View) Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) Inglewood, Calif. (Harvard-Westlake) Mililani, Hawaii (Univ. Laboratory HS) Sofia, Bulgaria (Victor Hugo) Wilmington, Del. (Ursuline Academy) Istanbul, Turkey (Yuzyil Isil) Pacific Palisades, Calif. (Harvard-Westlake)

Assistant Coach: Edgard De Gama E Silva Assistant Coach: Patrick Johnson

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


BOST ON COL BOSTON COLLEGE L EGE EAGLES TO WATCH IN 2011

• • • •

Tsvetelina Dureva Senior • 5-10.5 • Outside Hitter Sofia, Bulgaria Victor Hugo Ranked sixth in conference with 3.26 kills per game in 2010 Led BC with nine double-doubles and kills (372) Set career-high in kills (27) and blocks (4) against FSU

• • •

Led team with 476 assists last year Posted four double-doubles averaged 6.26 assists per set in 76 games

Yale Tournament at Yale........................................................ 7:00p vs. Utah .................................................... 1:00p vs. Colgate............................................... 5:00p

Rhode Island Tournament Sep 9 vs. Wisconsin .......................................... 3:00p Sep 10 vs. Columbia ........................................... 3:00p Sep 10 at Rhode Island ..................................... 7:00p Seton Hall Tournament Sep 16 vs. TCU ...................................................... 1:00p Sep 16 at Seton Hall ........................................... 6:00p Sep 17 at NJIT .....................................................12:00p Sep 20 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 29 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 29 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 18 Nov 20 Nov 23

vs. Maryland ........................................... 5:00p vs. NC State ............................................. 7:00p vs. North Carolina ...............................12:00p vs. Virginia Tech ..................................... 7:00p vs. Virginia .............................................12:00p at Clemson .............................................. 7:00p at Georgia Tech ..................................... 1:00p at Duke ..................................................... 4:30p at Wake Forest .......................................... TBA vs. Miami.................................................. 7:00p vs. Florida State ...................................12:00p at North Carolina .................................. 7:00p at NC State .............................................. 7:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................... 7:00p vs. Clemson...........................................12:00p at Virginia ................................................ 7:00p at Virginia Tech ...................................... 6:00p vs. Wake Forest ...................................... 7:00p vs. Duke..................................................12:00p at Maryland ............................................ 1:00p

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

   BE  BHE  Pts 2  6  24.5  3  1  19.0  4  16  17.5  0  0  0.0  8  2  257.5  7  2  177.0  6  1  96.0  13  0  197.5  0  0  16.0  2  0  6.0  1  1  225.0  2  0  416.5  1  0  83.0  3  30  52.5  2  0  50.5  54  59  1638.5  58  36  1880.5 

DEMON DEACONS

E  TA  5  36  13  52  7  22  0  1  120  655  30  319  40  322  65  335  10  52  2  17  119  666  176  1045  19  163  7  91  32  159  645  3935  579  4041 

SET  SERVE  RECEPT DIG  BLOCKING  Pct  A  A/S SA  SA/S  SE  RE  Dig  Dig/S BS  BA  TB B/S .222  351  9.00  5  0.13  6  0  59  1.51  0  13  13  0.33  .019  7  0.12  4  0.07  17  7  62  1.07  0  2  2  0.03  -.045  254  6.51  4  0.10  9  0  41  1.05  2  11  13  0.33  .000  0  0.00  0  0.00  0  0  0  0.00  0  0  0  0.00  .145  10  0.09  12  0.11  25  5  104  0.98  4  53  57  0.54  .313  5  0.05  4  0.04  9  0  19  0.19  9  68  77  0.75  .084  42  0.37  23  0.20  19  61  471  4.10  2  8  10  0.09  .188  4  0.04  19  0.19  28  1  41  0.41  11  79  90  0.89  .096  0  0.00  1  0.09  4  7  34  3.09  0  0  0  0.00  .118  0  0.00  0  0.00  1  0  4  0.36  0  4  4  0.36  .101  39  0.36  22  0.20  66  33  432  3.96  6  22  28  0.26  .188  9  0.08  17  0.15  50  5  254  2.23  6  43  49  0.43  .258  2  0.03  0  0.00  0  0  9  0.15  7  30  37  0.61  .319  476  6.26  7  0.09  13  1  136  1.79  2  15  17  0.22  .082  3  0.05  1  0.02  3  2  42  0.70  0  9  9  0.15  .164  1202  10.45  119  1.03  250  135  1708  14.85  49  357  227.5  1.98  .231  1411  12.27  135  1.17  198 119  1739  15.12  41  385  233.5  2.03 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS       ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 1  Krissy Mussendeny   39  13  0.33  2  Alexandra Trobbe   58  14  0.24  3  Dani Moskitis   39  6  0.15  4  Mollie Kolosky   1  0  0.00  5  Val Mattaliano   106  215  2.03  6  Melissa McTighe   102  130  1.27  7  Kristen Baader   115  67  0.58  8  Krystle Higgins   101  128  1.27  9  Jillian McAndrews   11  15  1.36  10 Manon Palandjian   11  4  0.36  11 Brennan Clark   109  186  1.71  12 Tsvetelina Dureva   114  372  3.26  13 Melanie Cimino   61  61  1.00  14 Cagla Sen   76  36  0.47  15 Rainey Hanley   60  45  0.75  BOSTON COLLEGE  115  1292  11.23  Opponents 115  1512  13.15 

CAVALIERS

Cagla Sen Sophomore • 5-11 •Setter Istanbul, Turkey Yuzyil Isil

Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3

WOLFPACK

• • •

Opponent Time ACC/SEC Challenge Aug 26 at Florida.................................................. 7:30p Aug 27 vs. Auburn ............................................... 5:30p

TAR HEELS

Ranked 10th in the ACC for digs per game (3.96) in 2010 Totaled seven double-doubles, including four straight last year Ranks fourth on the Eagles’ all-time career list with 1,274 digs Led BC with 498 digs in 2009, which ranks fourth in the program’s single-season record books

Date

HURRICANES

Brennan Clark Senior • 5-8 • Libero Mililani, Hawaii University Laboratory High School

2011 SCHEDULE

11


CL EMSON CLEMSON

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

JOLENE JORDAN HOOVER

Location ..................................................... Clemson, S.C. Founded ..................................................................... 1889 Enrollment ..............................................................19,453 Nickname ................................................................. Tigers Colors ........................... Clemson Orange and Regalia Website ................................www.clemsontigers.com Court (Capacity) ........................... Jervey Gym (2,000) School Record (Win %) ........................730-477 (.605) ACC Record (Win %) .............................214-170 (.557) ACC Regular-Season Titles ................. 2 (1999, 2007) ACC Tournament Titles* ................................................1 NCAA Appearances (Record/Last) ....... 8 (4-8)/2009 Letterwinners returning/lost................................ 10/6 Starters returning/lost ..........................................6+L/0 *(1981-2004)

• • • • • •

2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS HOOVER AT CLEMSON

TERRAPINS

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 18-13 12-4 3-8 3-1 Conference 9-11 7-4 2-7 0-0 Non-Conference 9-2 5-0 1-1 3-1

12

Enters her 19th season as head coach at Clemson Currently ranked 32nd among active coaches with 471 career wins Voted ACC Coach of the Year for the second time in 2007 after leading the Tigers to the ACC Championship and winning her 300th game at Clemson and 400th overall Coached two AVCA All-Americans, second most among all league schools Mentored 38 All-ACC selections Earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament eight times since 1993 and secured 3-2 first-round win against Tennessee in 2008

Date A27 A28 A28 S3 S4 S4 S10 S11 S11 S17 S18 S19 S24 S25 O1 O3 O8 O10 O15 O16 O22 O23 O29 O30 N5 N6 N12 N13 N19 N20 N26

Opponent Results JACKSONVILLE1 ................................. W, 3-0 TENNESSEE TECH1 ............................ W, 3-0 ALBANY1 ................ ............................. W, 3-0 vs. South Carolina2 ........................... W, 3-0 at Winthrop2 ....................................... W, 3-0 vs. College of Charleston2 .............. W, 3-2 at Michigan State3 ............................. L, 0-3 vs. Eastern Michigan3 ...................... W, 3-1 vs. Eastern Illinois3 ....... ......................L, 1-3 GEORGIA TECH4 * ..............................W, 3-2 GEORGIA STATE4................................ W, 3-0 FLORIDA A&M4................................... W, 3-0 WAKE FOREST * .. .......................... ..... L, 0-3 DUKE * ............................................... .... L, 2-3 at Virginia Tech *................................. W, 3-2 at Virginia * ............................................ L, 2-3 at Florida State * .................................. L, 1-3 at Miami * .................................... ......... L, 1-3 NC STATE * .................................... ...... W, 3-2 NORTH CAROLINA *........................... L, 1-3 MARYLAND * ...................................... W, 3-1 BOSTON COLLEGE *.......................... W, 3-0 at Duke * ................................................ L, 1-3 at Wake Forest * ................................... L, 1-3 MIAMI * .................................................. L, 1-3 FLORIDA STATE * ................................ W, 3-0 VIRGINIA *............................................. W, 3-1 VIRGINIA TECH * ................................. W, 3-1 at North Carolina *. ............................ L, 0-3 at NC State * ............... ....................... W, 3-1 at Georgia Tech * ................................. L, 2-3

1Big Orange Bash (Clemson, S.C.) 22010 Carolina Challenge by Hilton Garden (Rock Hill, S.C.) 3Michigan State Tournament (East Lansing, Mich.) 4Clemson Classic (Clemson, S.C.)

* - denotes Atlantic Coast Conference match ALL CAPS - denotes home matches

Clemson Record: 378-208 (18 years) Career Record: 471-239 (21 years) Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals NO. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 17 22

ACC 10-4 10-4 11-3 9-7 10-6 10-6 15-1 6-10 4-12 8-8 6-10 7-9 7-15 15-7 21-1 14-6 13-7 9-11 185-127 (.593)

NAME Serenat Yaz Sandra Adeleye Sarah Campbell Kamryn Sherman Jennifer Lane Camila Rosado Karis Watson Cansu Ozdemir Kristin Faust Sarah Fedyschyn Natalie Patzin Hannah Brenner Alexa Rand Mo Simmons

Overall 27-8 28-8 23-10 17-15 26-8 22-11 31-3 13-18 11-17 17-15 18-16 20-14 12-18 20-10 29-4 23-10 23-10 18-13 378-208 (.645) CL. JR JR SO FR SO SO FR GS FR FR JR SO JR SO

POS. OH/RS MH DS S DS DS MH RS/L OH DS OH S MH OH/RS

HT. 6-1 6-0 5-6 5-10 5-5 5-7 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-0

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .............................. 10-2 Duke ................................................17-20 Florida State .................................20-19 Georgia Tech.................................16-22 Maryland .......................................24-14 Miami ...................................................9-4 North Carolina .............................14-26 NC State ........................................... 33-2 Virginia ...........................................28-10 Virginia Tech ......................................8-7 Wake Forest ..................................19-11 Totals: 199-136 (.594)

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Istanbul,Turkey(BostanciOzelDogaLisesi) Katy, TX (Katy) Yorktown, VA (Grafton High School) Ponte Vedra, FL (Nease HS) Charlotte, NC (Providence HS) Aguas Buenas, PR (Colegio Rosa-Bell) Rock Hill, SC (Rock Hill HS) Istanbul, Turkey (Yuzyil Isil Lisesi) Orlando, FL (Boone HS) Kings Mountain, NC (Kings Mountain) Naperville, IL (Benet Academy) Orrville, OH (Orrville HS) Mentor, OH (Mentor) Buford, GA (Mill Creek HS)

Assistant Coaches: Jodi Welp and Kelsey Murphy

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


CL EMSON CLEMSON TIGERS TO WATCH IN 2011

• • • •

Named 2009 AVCA East Region Freshman of the Year Earned AVCA East Region honors in both years and received All-America honorable mention in 2009 Member of the 2009 and 2010 All-ACC and 2009 ACC AllFreshman teams

Named to 2011 Academic All-ACC team Led the leagues in blocks in 2010 Earned All-ACC Freshman team honors in 2009 Set Clemson freshman records for hitting percentage and blocks

• • • •

Named to the 2010 All-ACC Freshman Team Started for USA Volleyball Junior National Team as the only representative from the ACC Played in 30 of 31 matches for the Tigers Tallied two double-doubles

Campus USA Credit Union Invite vs. Florida Atlantic ............................ 10:00a vs. Jacksonville..................................... 5:30p at Florida ................................................ 4:00p

Sep 4

vs. USC (Orlando, Fl.) ........................12:00p

Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 10

College of Charleston Classic vs. South Carolina ............................... 4:30p vs. Winthrop....................................... 10:00a at College of Charleston................... 7:00p

Sep 14 Sep 16

Clemson Classic vs. Furman ............................................. 7:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 7:00p

Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 30 Oct 1 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 14 Oct 16 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 29 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 23

at Wake Forest...................................... 7:00p at Duke ...................................................... TBA vs. North Carolina .............................. 7:00p vs. NC State ........................................... 6:00p vs. Boston College .............................. 7:00p vs. Maryland ........................................ 6:00p at Miami ................................................. 6:00p at Florida State..................................... 1:00p at Virginia ............................................... 7:00p at Virginia Tech..................................... 1:00p vs. Duke ................................................. 7:00p vs. Wake Forest .................................... 5:00p at Maryland........................................... 7:00p at Boston College .............................12:00p at NC State ............................................ 7:30p at North Carolina ................................ 6:00p vs. Florida State ................................... 7:00p vs. Miami ................................................ 6:00p at Georgia Tech .................................... 6:30p

SET  SERVE  DIG  BLOCKING  E  TA  Pct  A  A/S SA  SA/S SE  RE  Dig  D/S BS  BA  Total  134  1098  .223  41  0.34  30  0.25  19  28  415  3.49  2  55  57  133  941  .291  8  0.07  0  0.00  0  1  54  0.45  28  102  130  0  0  .000  0  0.00  0  0.00  0  0  0  0.00  0  0  0  0  4  .500  0  0.00  2  0.06  8  0  14  0.41  0  0  0  0  0  .000  0  0.00  0  0.00  2  0  5  0.24  0  0  0  0  1  .000  9  0.17  13  0.25  17  0  109  2.06  0  0  0  2  9  -.222  47  0.39  25  0.21  16  31  527  4.43  0  0  0  8  60  .250  2  0.07  2  0.07  6  1  7  0.25  0  18  18  22  119  .126  450  8.49  11  0.21  12  0  88  1.66  3  30  33  0  0  .000  0  0.00  0  0.00  1  0  1  0.50  0  0  0  84  874  .165  38  0.32  25  0.21  9  31  298  2.50  3  36  39  26  228  .215  752  9.77  12  0.16  19  0  170  2.21  3  56  59  54  418  .282  14  0.12  7  0.06  17  1  55  0.49  22  140  162  78  571  .215  43  0.38  16  0.14  31  1  185  1.62  11  90  101  542  4324  .227  1404  11.80  143  1.20  157  109  1928  16.20  72  527  335.5  744  4677  .190  1515  12.73  110  0.92  192 143  1967  16.53  56  282  197.0 

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

B/S 0.48  1.09  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.64  0.62  0.00  0.33  0.77  1.45  0.89  2.82  1.66 

  POINTS  BE  BHE  Pts 6  2  438.5  16  2  486.0  0  0  0.0  0  0  4.0  0  0  0.0  0  0  13.0  0  0  25.0  5  0  34.0  3  10  66.0  0  0  0.0  12  2  274.0  4  20  118.0  14  0  271.0  10  4  273.0  70  40  2002.5  47  28  1941.0 

DEMON DEACONS

     ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 1  Yaz,Serenat   119  379  3.18  2  Adeleye,Sandra   119  407  3.42  4  Mitchell,Morgann   2  0  0.00  5  Mirutenko,Tanya   34  2  0.06  6  Lane,Jennifer   21  0  0.00  7  Rosado,Camila   53  0  0.00  9  Ozdemir,Cansu   119  0  0.00  10 Kohler,Brooke   28  23  0.82  11 Hayes,Lacy   53  37  0.70  13 O’Connell,Lindsey   2  0  0.00  14 Patzin,Natalie   119  228  1.92  15 Brenner,Hannah   77  75  0.97  17 Rand,Alexa   112  172  1.54  22 Simmons,Moneshia  114  201  1.76  CLEMSON 119  1524  12.81  Opponents 119  1634  13.73 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS

CAVALIERS

Mo Simmons Sophomore • 6-0 • Outside Hitter/Right Side Buford, Georgia Mill Creek High School

Sep 2 Sep 2 Sep 3

WOLFPACK

• • • •

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

Opponent Time Big Orange Bash vs. Loyola (Md) ..................................... 7:00p vs. Tennessee State ..........................12:00p vs. South Carolina State.................... 6:00p

TAR HEELS

Alexa Rand Junior • 6-3 • Middle Hitter Mentor, Ohio Mentor High School

Date

HURRICANES

Sandra Adeleye Junior • 6-0 • Middle Hitter Katy, Texas Katy High School

2011 SCHEDULE

13


DUKE JOLENE NAGEL

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS Location ......................................................Durham, N.C. Founded .................................. 1838 as Trinity College Enrollment ................................................................ 6,504 Nickname ....................................................... Blue Devils Colors ...........................................Royal Blue and White Website ............................................www.GoDuke.com Court (Capacity) ........... Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) School Record (Win %) ........................786-440 (.641) ACC Record (Win %) .............................272-116 (.701) ACC Regular-Season Titles ......9 (1984-85, 90-94, 2001, 06, 08, 10) ACC Tournament Titles* ......... 7 (1984-86, 1991-94)

• • • • • •

NCAA Appearances (Record)/Last ............16 (12-16)/2010

Letterwinners returning/lost...................................9/3 Starters returning/lost ..........................................4+L/2

*(1981-2004)

2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS NAGEL AT DUKE

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 27-7 15-1 9-6 3-1 Conference 16-4 9-0 7-4 0-0 Non-Conference 11-3 6-1 2-2 3-1

TERRAPINS

Enters her 13th season as head coach at Duke Named the 2010 ACC Coach of the Year and East Region Coach of the Year Earned 200th victory at Duke and 400th overall in 2008 League’s active leader with a . 705 (268-112) winning percentage Guided Duke to nine NCAA Tournament appearances, including six straight from 2005-2010 Ranks third all-time among league coaches with a .721 winning percentage in ACC play Coached a total of 29 All-ACC selections and three ACC Players of the Year Currently ranks third all-time in ACC victories with 160 and second with nine NCAA tournament appearances Currently on a streak of five consecutive seasons with at least 25 wins

Date A27 A28 A31 S3 S4 S4 S7 S10 S11 S11 S17 S24 S25 O1 O2 O8 O9 O14 O15 O22 O24 O29 O30 N5 N6 N12 N14 N19 N20 N23 D3 D4 D10 D11

Opponent Results at Colorado State1 ......... ................... L, 1-3 vs. Colorado1 ............... .......................W, 3-2 CAMPBELL1 .........................................W, 3-0 at Middle Tennessee2 .......................W, 3-1 vs. Auburn2 ..........................................W, 3-0 vs. Georgia Southern2 ......................W, 3-2 CHARLOTTE2 .......................... ............W, 3-0 DELAWARE3 .........................................W, 3-0 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL3 .......W, 3-0 MINNESOTA3 ...................... ................ L, 0-3 WAKE FOREST * ..................... .............W, 3-0 at Georgia Tech * ................................W, 3-2 at Clemson * ........................................W, 3-2 MARYLAND * .......................................W, 3-2 BOSTON COLLEGE * ............ .............W, 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA* ...........................W, 3-0 NC STATE * .................................... .......W, 3-0 at Virginia Tech * .................................. L, 1-3 at Virginia * ................................. .........W, 3-0 at Miami * ................................... .........W, 3-2 at Florida State * .................................. L, 2-3 CLEMSON *...........................................W, 3-1 GEORGIA TECH * .................................W, 3-0 at NC State * .........................................W, 3-0 at North Carolina * .............................W, 3-0 at Boston College * ............................W, 3-0 at Maryland * ........................................ L, 1-3 VIRGINIA TECH * .................................W, 3-1 VIRGINIA * ................................... ........W, 3-0 at Wake Forest * ................................... L, 0-3 HIGH POINT4 .......................................W, 3-0 OHIO4 ............................................ .......W, 3-2 vs. Missouri5 ........................................W, 3-1 at Penn State6 ..................................... L, 1-3

1 Colorado State Tournament (Fort Collins, Colo.) 2 MiddleTennessee StateTournament (Murfreesboro,Tenn.) 3 Duke Invitational Tournament (Durham, N.C.) 42010NCAAVolleyballChampionship-First&SecondRounds 5 2010 NCAAVolleyball Championship - Regional Semifinal 6 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship - Regional Final

Duke Record: 268-12 (12 years) Career Record: 471-252 (23 years) Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ACC 7-9 8-8 13-3 11-5 6-10 10-6 17-5 21-1 19-3 15-5 17-3 16-4 160-62 (.721)

Overall 13-14 21-13 23-5 24-10 10-19 20-10 24-8 29-4 25-7 25-9 27-6 27-7 268-112 (.705)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .............................. 11-0 Clemson ........................................... 14-9 Florida State ................................... 19-5 Georgia Tech.................................14-11 Maryland ......................................... 18-8 Miami ................................................ 10-3 North Carolina .............................10-15 NC State ........................................... 21-2 Virginia ............................................. 19-8 Virginia Tech ................................... 13-2 Wake Forest .................................... 17-7 Totals: 166-70 (.703)

NO. NAME 2  Jeme Obeime 4  Maggie Deichmeister 5  Ali McCurdy 6  Megan Hendrickson 7  Brittney Balser 8  Chelsea Cook 9  Amanda Robertson 10  Kellie Catanach 11  Christiana Gray 12  Kayla Kirk 13  Sophia Dunworth 14  Kelsey Williams 15  Nailah Waterfield

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

POS. OH S DS/L OH MB/OH MB MB S MB OH MB/OH S DS/L

HT. 5-11 6-2 5-7 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-3

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Carmel, Ind. (Brebeuf Jesuit) Whitehall, Pa. (Whitehall) Tampa, Fla. (Plant) Jenison, Mich. (Jenison) Grafton, Ohio (Magnificat) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley North) Roxboro, N.C. (Person) Tampa, Fla. (Plant) Carmel, Ind. (Cathedral) Katy, Texas (Coppell) Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley) Pleasanton, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Poly)

Assoiciate Head Coach: John Wasielewski Assistant Coaches: Cristina Pintilie

* - denotes Atlantic Coast Conference match ALL CAPS - denotes home matches

14

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


DUKE BLUE DEVILS TO WATCH IN 2011

2011 SCHEDULE Date

• • • • •

2010 ACC Player of the Year AVCA 3rd Team All-American Led Duke to a Regional Final appearance in the NCAA Tournament as team captain Led the conference with 1,419 assists Tallied 12 double-doubles

• •

Led the ACC with a .387 hitting percentage and led Duke with a 126 blocks Named AVCA All-American Honorable Mention and the All-East Regional Team Picked up All-ACC Academic honors last year

Sep 2 Sep 3

Stanford Invitational vs. St. Mary’s ..........................................   7:30p at Stanford .................................................  TBA

Sep 8 Sep 13

vs. San Diego ........................................   7:00p vs. Campbell..........................................   7:00p

Sep 16 Sep 17

Wake Forest Black and Gold Challenge at Wake Forest .....................................   7:00p vs. Charlotte/High Point ...................   2:00p

Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 10 Nov 13 Nov 18 Nov 20 Nov 22

vs. Georgia Tech ..................................   7:00p vs. Clemson ..............................................  TBA at Florida State .....................................   7:00p at Miami .................................................   1:30p at Virginia Tech ....................................   7:00p at Virginia ..............................................   7:00p vs. Boston College ..............................   4:30p vs. Maryland ..............................................  TBA vs. North Carolina................................   6:00p vs. N.C. State..........................................   7:00p at Clemson.............................................   7:00p at Georgia Tech ....................................   1:00p vs. Virginia ..............................................   7:00p vs. Virginia Tech....................................   7:00p vs. Miami ................................................   7:00p vs. Florida State ....................................   1:00p at Maryland ...........................................   7:00p at Boston College ..............................  12:00p vs. Wake Forest .....................................   7:00p

SET  SERVE  E  TA  Pct  A  A/S SA  SA/S 0  0  .000  0  0.00  0  0.00  128  880  .285  37  0.29  27  0.21  132  865  .136  38  0.30  25  0.20  1  15  .067  36  0.28  12  0.09  50  226  .058  2  0.05  2  0.05  7  23  .087  1  0.08  0  0.00  111  744  .321  46  0.37  15  0.12  30  365  .186  1419  11.26  29  0.23  73  535  .387  40  0.32  0  0.00  4  15  -.067  0  0.00  0  0.00  101  1024  .253  9  0.07  11  0.09  0  7  .000  36  1.00  3  0.08  0  4  .000  7  0.07  11  0.11 

DIG  BLOCKING  RE  Dig  D/S BS  BA  TB 1  1  1.00  0  0  0  6  170  1.34  22  95  117  26  423  3.33  0  32  32  22  620  4.88  0  0  0  0  15  0.34  0  8  8  0  4  0.31  3  3  6  28  304  2.43  2  60  62  1  268  2.13  3  73  76  0  30  0.24  21  105  126  1  6  0.75  0  0  0  3  116  0.96  4  41  45  5  37  1.03  0  1  1  13  170  1.70  0  0  0  16  637  4703  .246  1671  13.16  135  1.06  176  122  2164  17.04  55  418  264.0  699  4708  .173  1408  11.09  122  0.96  206 135  1871  14.73  52  487  295.5 

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

SE  0  24  33  18  2  0  28  28  0  1  18  6  18 

B/S BE  BHE  0.00  0  0  0.92  7  4  0.25  2  2  0.00  0  1  0.18  0  0  0.46  0  0  0.50  3  2  0.60  7  17  1.02  10  2  0.00  0  0  0.37  4  1  0.03  0  0  0.00  0  0  2.08  33  2.33  59 

 POINTS  Pts 0.0  475.5  291.0  14.0  69.0  13.5  397.0  166.5  353.5  3.0  395.5  3.5  11.0 

DEMON DEACONS

      ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 1  Phoebe Maglathlin   1  0  0.00  2  Becci Burling   127  379  2.98  4  Claire Smalzer   127  250  1.97  5  Ali McCurdy   127  2  0.02  6  Megan Hendrickson   44  63  1.43  8  Chelsea Cook   13  9  0.69  9  Amanda Robertson   125  350  2.80  10 Kellie Catanach   126  98  0.78  11 Christiana Gray   124  280  2.26  12 Kayla Kirk   8  3  0.38  13 Sophia Dunworth   121  360  2.98  14 Alex Sall   36  0  0.00  15 Nailah Waterfield   100  0  0.00  TEAM  DUKE 127  1794  14.13  Opponents 127  1512  11.91 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS

CAVALIERS

at Pacific .................................................   8:00p

WOLFPACK

Sep 1

TAR HEELS

Christiana Gray Junior • 6-5 • Middle Blocker Carmel, Ind. Cathedral High School

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

HURRICANES

Kellie Catanach Senior • 6-2 • Setter Tampa, Fla. Plant High School

Opponent Time Duke Invitational vs. Furman .............................................   7:00p vs. Charleston Southern .................   10:00a vs. Wisconsin .........................................   7:00p

29  2193.0  47  1929.5 

15


FLORIDA ST STATE ATE

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

CHRIS POOLE

Location .................................................Tallahassee, Fla. Founded ..................................................................... 1851 Enrollment ..............................................................40,255 Nickname .........................................................Seminoles Colors .................................................... Garnet and Gold Website ........................................www.seminoles.com Court (Capacity) .........Lucy McDaniel Court (1,162) School Record (Win %) ........................919-455 (.669) ACC Record (Win %) .............................181-147 (.552) ACC Regular-Season Titles ............................. 2 (2009) ACC Tournament Titles* .................................. 1 (1998) NCAA Appearances ............................. 13 (5-13)/2010 Letterwinners returning/lost................................ 10/4 Starters returning/lost ...............................................5/3 *(1981-2004)

• •

• • •

2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS POOLE AT FLORIDA STATE

TERRAPINS

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 22-11 11-4 7-6 4-1 Conference 12-8 8-3 4-5 0-0 Non-Conference 10-3 3-1 3-1 4-1

16

Enters his fourth season as head coach at Florida State Guided the program to consecutive NCAA postseason appearances for first time since 1997-98, and reached the second round on back-to-back years for the first time in school history Has posted three straight seasons with 20 or more wins, a program first as a member of the ACC Tied for 12th among active Division 1 coaches in career victories Career winning percentage of .712 is 25th all-time in Division 1 history

Date A27 A28 A28 S3 S4 S4 S10 S10 S11 S18 S22 S24 S26 S30 O1 O8 O10 O15 O17 O22 O24 O29 O31 N5 N6 N12 N14 N19 N21 N26 N27 D3 D4

Opponent Results NEW MEXICO STATE1 ....................... W, 3-1 FIU1 .......................................... ............. W, 3-0 USF1.......................................... .... ........ W, 3-0 at Houston2.................................. . ..... W, 3-0 vs. Tennessee2 ............................... ..... L, 0-3 vs. Oklahoma2 ....................... ........... W, 3-1 vs. Kansas State3 ........... ................... W, 3-2 at Kentucky3 ............................... ...... W, 3-2 vs. Virginia Commonwealth3......... W, 3-1 at Miami * ........ .. ................................. W, 3-1 FLORIDA .............. .................................. L, 0-3 VIRGINIA * ................... ........................ W, 3-0 VIRGINIA TECH * ......... . ..................... W, 3-2 at North Carolina * ............................. L, 2-3 at North Carolina State *................. W, 3-1 CLEMSON * ........................ . ............... W, 3-1 GEORGIA TECH * .................. .............. L, 0-3 at Boston College * ............... ........... W, 3-2 at Maryland * ....................................... L, 2-3 WAKE FOREST * .......................... ........ L, 0-3 DUKE * ............................................. .... W, 3-2 at Virginia Tech * .......... ...................... L, 2-3 at Virginia * ........................................... L, 2-3 at Georgia Tech * ................ .............. W, 3-0 at Clemson * .......................... .............. L, 0-3 NORTH CAROLINA * ......................... W, 3-2 NC STATE * ................................... ... .... W, 3-0 MARYLAND * ................................... . . W, 3-0 BOSTON COLLEGE * ......................... W, 3-0 MIAMI * .................................................. L, 2-3 at Florida A&M .............................. . ... W, 3-0 vs. Georgia Southern4 ..................... W, 3-1 at Florida4 ......................................... ... L, 2-3

1 FSU Invitational (Tallahassee, Fla.) 2 Houston Tournament (Houston, Texas) 3 University of Kentucky Tournament (Lexington, Ky.) 4 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship - First & Second Rounds * denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game

Florida State Record: 74-23 (3 years) Career Record: 624-253 (24 years) Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ACC 13-7 19-1 12-8 44-16 (.733)

Overall 21-9 31-3 22-11 74-23 (.763)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .................................6-0 Clemson ..............................................4-2 Duke .....................................................3-2 Georgia Tech......................................3-3 Maryland ............................................5-1 Miami ...................................................3-3 North Carolina ..................................3-2 NC State ..............................................5-0 Virginia ................................................4-1 Virginia Tech ......................................4-1 Wake Forest .......................................4-1 Totals: 44-16 (.733)

NO. 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 20 22 23

NAME CL. Rachael Morgan SR Katie Mosher RFR Jekaterina Stepanova SR Fatma Yildirim JR Patricia Figueiredo SR

POS. OH L/DS OH OH S

HT. 6-2 5-9 6-2 5-11 5-9

Visnja Djurdjevic Sarah Wickstrom Kalee Schlabach Marija Milosavljevic Ashley Neff Amanda Saxton Duygu Duzceler Sareea Freeman Elise Walch

OH S DS MB/OH MB MB/OH S 5-10 MB MB/OH

6-1 5-11 5-8 6-4 6-3 6-0

SR FR JR JR SO JR JR JR SO

6-4 6-5

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Tauranga, New Zealand (Otumoetai College) Fort Myers, Fla. (Bishop Verot) Riga,Latvia(MissouriStateUniversity-WestPlains) Istanbul, Turkey (Yuzyil Isil) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Missouri State University-West Plains) Zitiste, Serbia (Tulane) Stuart, Fla. (Jensen Beach) Arcadia, Fla. (South Florida CC) Bajina Basta, Serbia (Tulane) Kennesaw, Ga. (North Cobb) Orlando, Fla. (Lake Highland Prep) Istanbul, Turkey (Private Bahcesehir) Fresno, Calif. (Sunnyside) Stuart, Fla. (Wisconsin)

Associate Head Coach: Holly Watts Assistant Coach: Gokhan Yilmaz

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


FLORIDA ST STATE ATE SEMINOLES TO WATCH IN 2011

• • • •

Performed well despite missing nine matches with a stress fracture in 2010 Named an AVCA Division 1 Honorable Mention All-American in 2009 Houston Invitational All-Tournament Team member Garnered AVSR Player of the Week honors on December 6th

• • • •

Named a 2010 AVCA Honarable Mention All-American for second time in career Earned AVCA All-East Region Team and All-ACC Team honors Posted 410 kills, most since 2007 by a Seminole Finished 2010 with 15 double-doubles in 31 matches played Led team in kills, service aces, and points

• •

at Florida ................................................ 7:00p

35th Annual Delaware Volleyball Invitational Sep 2 vs. Northern Iowa ............................... 4:00p Sep 3 at Delaware .........................................12:30p Sep 3 vs. UC Irvine .......................................... 5:00p Sep 9 Sep 9 Sep 10

Dayton Flyer Classic vs. Michigan .......................................... 2:00p at Dayton ............................................... 7:00p vs. Pepperdine ..................................... 4:00p

Sep 14 Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 16 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 11 Nov 13 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 26

vs. Miami ................................................ 8:00p at Virginia ............................................... 7:00p at Virginia Tech..................................... 6:00p vs. Duke .................................................. 7:00p vs. Wake Forest .................................... 1:00p at North Carolina ................................ 7:00p at NC State ............................................ 1:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 7:00p vs. Clemson ........................................... 1:00p at Maryland........................................... 7:00p at Boston College .............................12:00p vs. Virginia Tech ................................... 7:00p vs. Virginia ............................................. 1:00p vs. NC State ........................................... 7:00p vs. North Carolina ............................... 1:00p at Wake Forest...................................... 7:00p at Duke ................................................... 1:00p at Clemson ............................................ 7:00p at Georgia Tech .................................... 6:00p at Miami ................................................. 5:00p

Started every match and led the team in assists (763) Named to Kentucky Invitational All-Tournament Team

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

A  13  1  11  5  7  9  619  31  90  0  3  0  0  763  5  3 

BA  68  2  31  1  81  15  1  54  0  0  42  47  0  1  96  107 

TB 71  2  34  1  84  15  1  60  0  0  42  57  0  1  105  115 

  POINTS  B/S BE  BHE  0.76  3  0  0.50  1  0  0.33  9  0  0.02  0  0  0.65  3  0  0.27  4  0  0.01  3  15  0.50  2  1  0.00  0  0  0.00  0  0  0.81  2  0  1.10  3  0  0.00  0  0  0.01  3  10  0.98  20  0  1.11  7  1 

546  315.0  2.42  60  425  266.5  2.05  60 

Pts 236.0  10.0  302.5  2.5  354.5  109.5  40.5  479.0  11.0  3.0  94.0  73.5  0.0  63.5  202.0  175.5 

DEMON DEACONS

SERVE  RECEPT DIG  BLOCKING  A/S SA  SA/S SE  RE  Dig  D/S BS  0.14  8  0.09  18  0  69  0.74  3  0.25  1  0.25  1  1  10  2.50  0  0.11  11  0.11  21  29  250  2.40  3  0.12  2  0.05  5  6  23  0.55  0  0.05  1  0.01  1  2  70  0.54  3  0.16  5  0.09  12  8  103  1.84  0  4.76  25  0.19  12  0  163  1.25  0  0.26  36  0.30  27  28  357  2.97  6  0.70  9  0.07  17  44  507  3.93  0  0.00  2  0.33  0  0  3  0.50  0  0.06  2  0.04  0  0  8  0.15  0  0.00  0  0.00  0  0  6  0.12  10  0.00  0  0.00  0  0  0  0.00  0  5.87  35  0.27  15  1  197  1.52  0  0.05  0  0.00  0  0  9  0.08  9  0.03  0  0.00  0  1  16  0.15  8  16  632  4467  .240  1560  12.00  137  1.05  129  136  1791  13.78  42  735  4600  .210  1573  12.10  136  1.05  237 137  1852  14.25  54  E  TA  71  475  4  21  118  823  0  3  90  806  47  282  8  46  137  1032  0  7  0  1  28  192  24  126  0  0  8  76  62  331  33  244 

SET  Pct  .253  .190  .188  .000  .273  .177  .152  .265  .286  1.000  .224  .127  .000  .263  .251  .332 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS       ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 1  Rachael Morgan   93  191  2.05  2  Kaitlin Mosher   4  8  2.00  3  Jekaterina Stepanova  104  273  2.62  4  Taylor Wilson   42  0  0.00  6  Stephanie Neville   130  310  2.38  7  Fatma Yildirim   56  97  1.73  8  Patricia Figueiredo   130  15  0.12  9  Visnja Djurdjevic   120  410  3.42  10 Jenna Romanelli   129  2  0.02  11 Courtney Zuber   6  1  0.17  12 Marija Milosavljevic  52  71  1.37  14 Ashley Neff   52  40  0.77  15 Amanda Saxton   1  0  0.00  20 Duygu Duzceler   130  28  0.22  22 Sareea Freeman   107  145  1.36  23 Lauren Young   104  114  1.10  TEAM  FLORIDA STATE  130  1705  13.12  Opponents 130  1701  13.08 

CAVALIERS

Duygu Duzceler Junior • 5-10 • Setter Istanbul, Turkey Private Bahcesehir

Aug 30

WOLFPACK

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

Opponent Time Florida State Invitational vs. Kentucky .......................................... 7:00p vs. Albany ............................................ 11:30a vs. Tulsa .................................................. 7:00p

TAR HEELS

Visnja Djurdjevic Senior • 6-1 • Outside Hitter Zitiste, Serbia Zrenjaninska Gimnazija

Date

HURRICANES

Rachael Morgan Senior • 6-2 • Outside Hitter Tauranga, New Zealand Otumoetai College

2011 SCHEDULE

27  2157.0  51  2103.5 

17


GEORGIA T TECH ECH

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

TONYA JOHNSON

Location ......................................................... Atlanta, Ga. Founded ..................................................................... 1885 Enrollment ..............................................................19,404 Nickname .................................................Yellow Jackets Colors ..............................................Old Gold and White Website ................................ www.ramblinwreck.com Court (Capacity) ..........O’Keefe Gymnasium (1,400) School Record (Win %) ........................629-432 (.593) ACC Record (Win %) .............................222-156 (.587) ACC Regular-Season Titles ....4 (1994, 2000, 03-04) ACC Tournament Titles* ...................... 2 (1995, 2002) NCAA Appearances (Record)/Last ........9 (9-9) 2009 Letterwinners returning/lost................................ 13/2 Starters returning/lost ...............................................5/1

• • • • • •

*(1981-2004) 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS JOHNSON AT GEORGIA TECH

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 18-14 8-7 6-5 4-2 Conference 11-9 6-5 5-4 0-0 Non-Conference 7-5 2-2 1-1 4-2

TERRAPINS

Enters her third season as head coach at Georgia Tech Led the Yellow Jackets to their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2004 in her first year Guided Georgia Tech to a victory over rival Georgia in first career head coaching match Succeeded Bond Shymansky as seventh head coach in Yellow Jacket volleyball history Spent five seasons as an assistant and one as an associate head coach at the University of Texas, where she helped guide the Longhorns to the NCAA semifinals in 2008 Served as an assistant coach at alma mater Louisiana State from 1998-2002

Date Opponent Results A27 INDIANA1..................... .................................... L, 2-3 A28 ALABAMA A&M1................................ W, 3-0 A28 UAB1 ...................................................... W, 3-0 S3 vs. Oral Roberts2 ................................ W, 3-0 S3 vs. Loyola Marymount2..................... L, 2-3 S4 at Kansas State2 .................................. L, 0-3 S10 vs. Florida Gulf Coast3...................... W, 3-0 S11 vs. Washington3 .................................. L, 0-3 S11 at Georgia3 .......................................... W, 3-2 S17 at Clemson4 * ....................................... L, 2-3 S18 vs. Florida A&M4................................. W, 3-0 S18 vs. Georgia State4.............................. W, 3-0 S24 DUKE * .................................................... L, 2-3 S26 WAKE FOREST * ................................... L, 0-3 O1 at Virginia * .......................................... W, 3-1 O2 at Virginia Tech *................................. W, 3-2 O8 at Miami * ............................................. W, 3-2 O10 at Florida State *................................. W, 3-0 O15 NORTH CAROLINA *.......................... W, 3-1 O17 NC STATE * ........................................... W, 3-1 O22 BOSTON COLLEGE *.......................... W, 3-0 O23 MARYLAND * ........................................ L, 0-3 O26 MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE............... L, 1-3 O29 at Wake Forest * ................................. W, 3-0 O30 at Duke * ................................................ L, 0-3 N5 FLORIDA STATE * ................................. L, 0-3 N6 MIAMI * ................................................. W, 3-1 N12 VIRGINIA TECH * .................................. L, 0-3 N14 VIRGINIA *............................................. W, 3-0 N19 at NC State * .......................................... L, 1-3 N21 at North Carolina *.............................. L, 2-3 N26 CLEMSON * .......................................... W, 3-2 1 Georgia Tech Courtyard Marriott Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) 2 Kansas State Tournament (Manhattan, Kan.) 3 Georgia Tournament (Athens, Ga.) 4 Clemson Tournament (Clemson, S.C.) * - denotes Atlantic Coast Conference match ALL CAPS - denotes home matches

Georgia Tech Record: 21-10 (two years) Career Record: 21-10 (two years) Year 2009 2010 Totals

ACC 15-5 11-9 26-14 (.650)

Overall 21-10 18-14 39-24 (.619)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .................................3-0 Clemson ..............................................3-1 Duke .....................................................0-3 Florida State ......................................2-2 Maryland ............................................2-1 Miami ...................................................2-2 North Carolina ..................................3-1 NC State ..............................................3-1 Virginia ................................................4-0 Virginia Tech ......................................2-2 Wake Forest .......................................2-1 Totals: 26-14 (.650)

NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 20 23 44

NAME Zoey Morton Asia Stawicka Ashtaan Horton Quinn Evans Monique Mead Kaleigh Colson Nicki Meyer Ali Santi Courtney Felinski Ivona Kolak Bailey Hunter Annie Czarnecki Alexis Woodson Jennifer Percy Susan Carlson Mariah Woodson

CL. FR SR FR SO JR SO JR FR FR SO SR JR JR SO JR RS SO

POS. DS/L MB MB MB RS S DS/L S MB/OH OH OH MB MB OH DS/L OH

HT. 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-10 5-10 5-6 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-1

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Atlanta, Ga. (Woodward Academy) Warsaw,Poland(IXL.OimKHoffmanowej) Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) San Antonio, Texas (Alamo Heights) Newnan, Ga. (Landmark Christian) Austin, Texas (Westwood) Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholz) Honolulu, Hawaii (Punahou) Magnolia, Texas (Magnolia) KastelGomilica,Croatia(TouristMgmt.andHosp.) Hendersonville, N.C. (Hendersonville) Bettendorf, Iowa (Pleasant Valley) Atlanta, Ga. (Woodward Academy) Mobile, Ala. (St. Paul’s Episcopal School) Pasadena, Calif. (Mayfield) Atlanta, Ga. (Woodward Academy)

Assistant Coaches: Craig Bere, Ed Tolentino and Brian Kues

18

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


GEORGIA T TECH ECH 2011 SCHEDULE

YELLOW JACKETS TO WATCH IN 2011

Date

• • •

Asia Stawicka Senior • 6-2 • Middle Blocker Warsaw, Poland IX L.O im K Hoffmanowej, Warsaw

• •

Named to the ACC All-Academic team each of the last two years Her .337 hitting percentage and 1.09 blocks per set ranked her sixth overall in the conference Ranks in the top 10 in both total blocks and block assists in Georgia Tech program history

• • •

Named to the 2010 All-ACC team Ranked eighth in the conference with 0.28 service aces per set Was second on the team with 3.05 kills per set and has compiled 846 over her career

Georgia Tech Regency Suites Invitational Sep 9 vs. Georgia................................................. 7:00p Sep 10 vs. Mercer ................................................12:30p Sep 10 vs. Samford ............................................... 7:00p Sep 15 Sep 16

Clemson Tournament vs. Furman .....................................................TBA at Clemson ................................................ 7:00p

Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 30 Oct 1 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 16 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 26 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 11 Nov 13 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 23

at Duke ....................................................... 7:00p at Wake Forest.......................................... 6:00p vs. NC State ............................................... 7:00p vs. North Carolina ................................... 6:30p vs. Maryland ............................................. 7:00p vs. Boston College .................................. 1:00p at Florida State......................................... 7:00p at Miami ..................................................... 1:00p at Virginia Tech......................................... 7:00p at Virginia................................................... 7:00p at Middle Tennessee State................... 6:30p vs. Wake Forest ........................................ 7:00p vs. Duke ...................................................... 1:00p at Boston College ................................... 7:00p at Maryland............................................... 2:00p at North Carolina .................................... 7:00p at NC State ................................................ 1:00p vs. Miami .................................................... 7:00p vs. Florida State ....................................... 6:00p vs. Clemson ............................................... 6:30p

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS DIG  BLOCKING  RE  Dig  D/S BS  BA  TB 0  63  0.52  16  115  131  35  486  4.05  0  1  1  0  1  1.00  0  0  0  1  246  2.05  10  92  102  0  1  0.33  0  0  0  24  94  1.00  0  1  1  0  0  0.00  0  0  0  11  87  0.73  6  44  50  0  1  0.20  0  2  2  0  41  0.34  9  103  112  11  63  1.17  0  0  0  6  42  0.42  6  27  33  17  222  1.93  1  6  7  0  287  2.39  4  56  60  0  0  0.00  0  0  0  13  635  4068  .250  1553  12.94  142  1.18  260  118  1634  13.62  52  447  275.5  604  3975  .211  1348  11.23  118  0.98  223 142  1509  12.57  35  388  229.0  E  TA  Pct  62  517  .337  1  4  .250  0  0  .000  234  1213  .232  0  1  .000  0  3  .000  0  2  1.000  134  897  .259  0  2  1.000  68  389  .262  1  7  .143  84  644  .208  29  181  .116  21  206  .330  1  2  -.500 

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

SET  SERVE  A  A/S SA  SA/S 7  0.06  12  0.10  133  1.11  12  0.10  0  0.00  0  0.00  38  0.32  33  0.28  1  0.33  0  0.00  11  0.12  1  0.01  0  0.00  0  0.00  9  0.08  33  0.28  0  0.00  0  0.00  9  0.08  3  0.03  9  0.17  1  0.02  3  0.03  0  0.00  31  0.27  29  0.25  1302  10.85  18  0.15  0  0.00  0  0.00 

SE  31  12  0  65  0  2  0  66  0  8  1  0  39  36  0 

B/S 1.09  0.01  0.00  0.85  0.00  0.01  0.00  0.42  0.40  0.94  0.00  0.33  0.06  0.50  0.00 

   BE  BHE  13  1  0  0  0  0  9  2  0  0  0  0  0  0  13  3  1  0  12  0  0  0  7  1  2  0  9  11  0  0 

2.30  66  1.91  44 

Pts 321.5  14.5  0.0  604.0  0.0  1.5  2.0  427.0  3.0  233.5  3.0  237.5  83.0  139.0  0.0 

DEMON DEACONS

      ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 2  Asia Stawicka   120  236  1.97  3  Jordan McCullers   120  2  0.02  4  Quinn Evans   1  0  0.00  5  Monique Mead   120  515  4.29  6  Kaleigh Colson   3  0  0.00  7  Nicki Meyer   94  0  0.00  10 Ivona Kolak   2  2  1.00  11 Bailey Hunter   120  366  3.05  13 Annie Czarnecki   5  2  0.40  14 Alexis Woodson   119  170  1.43  18 Alison Campbell   54  2  0.04  20 Jennifer Percy   101  218  2.16  23 Susan Carlson   115  50  0.43  25 Mary Ashley Tippins  120  89  0.74  44 Mariah Woodson   1  0  0.00  Team GEORGIA TECH  120  1652  13.77  Opponents 120  1442  12.02 

CAVALIERS

Bailey Hunter Senior • 6-1 • Outside Hitter Hendersonville, N.C. Hendersonville High School

Rice Tournament vs. UTSA...................................................... 1:30p vs. Houston Baptist .............................. 11:00a at Rice ......................................................... 7:00p

WOLFPACK

Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3

TAR HEELS

Her 4.31 kills per set ranked her first in the ACC and 18th in the nation Picked up six double-doubles in 2010, second most on the team Earned the following honors in 2010: honorable mention AVCA All-American, AVCA All-Region, 2010 All-ACC 2009 honors included AVCA HM All-American, AVCA HM AllRegion, ACC Freshman of the Year, and All-ACC

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

HURRICANES

Monique Mead Junior • 5-10 • Right Side Hitter Newnan, Ga. Landmark Christian

Opponent Time Georgia Tech Courtyard Classic vs. Kansas State ....................................... 7:00p vs. Tennessee Tech................................12:30p vs. Louisville .............................................. 7:00p

18  2069.5  17  1789.0 

19


MA RY LA N D MARYLAND

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

TIM HORSMON

Location ..............................................College Park, Md. Founded ..................................................................... 1856 Enrollment ..............................................................37,641 Nickname ...........................................................Terrapins Colors ...............................Red, White, Black, and Gold Website ........................................... www.umterps.com

• • • • •

Court (Capacity) .............. Comcast Center Pavilion (1,500)

School Record (Win %) ........................898-546 (.622) ACC Record (Win %) .............................194-193 (.501) ACC Regular-Season Titles ................3 (1990, 96-97) ACC Tournament Titles* .........4 (1990, 96, 2003-04) NCAA Appearances ...................................7 (5-7) 2005 Letterwinners returning/lost...................................8/4 Starters returning/lost ...............................................4/2

• • •

*(1981-2004) 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

HORSMON AT MARYLAND

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 19-13 12-3 4-9 3-1 Conference 10-10 6-3 4-7 0-0 Non-Conference 9-3 6-0 0-2 3-1

TERRAPINS

Enters his fourth season as head coach at Maryland Was selected as AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year in 2007 while at the University of Dayton Has been picked as coach of the year in two conferences Named Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year in 2005 at Dayton Voted as Northeast Conference Coach of the Year in 1999 and 2002 while with Robert Morris Has appeared in eight NCAA Tournaments in 12 seasons as a head coach Won the conference regular season or tournament championship in all nine seasons as a head coach from 1999-2007 Coached in the Junior Olympic ranks with the Adidas Penn Under-18 Elite Team and Southern Maryland Juniors team

Date A27 A28 A28

Opponent Results Tiger Invitational at Missouri ..............................................L, 3-0 vs. Utah Valley ..................................... W, 3-0 vs. Nevada ............................................ W, 3-1

Maryland Record: 39-58 (three years) Career Record: 264-151 (11 years) Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ACC 2-18 6-14 10-10 18- 42(.300)

Overall 6-26 14-19 19-13 39-58 (.402)

Spring Hill Suites @ Arundel Mills Maryland Invite S3 VS. FORDHAM ..................................... W, 3-0 S4 VS. BRADLEY ........................................ W, 3-0 S4 VS. GEORGETOWN ............................. W, 3-0 Spring Hill Suites @ Arundel Mills Terrapin Invite S10 VS. PENN ............................................... W, 3-0 S11 VS. FAIRFIELD....................................... W, 3-0 S11 VS. TULANE .......................................... W, 3-1

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .................................4-2 Clemson ..............................................0-5 Duke .....................................................1-4 Florida State ......................................1-5 Georgia Tech......................................1-4 Miami ...................................................0-6 North Carolina ..................................1-5 NC State ..............................................5-1 Virginia ................................................1-4 Virginia Tech ......................................2-3 Wake Forest .......................................2-3 Totals: 18-42 (.300)

S17 S18 S18

Villanova Classic at Villanova.............................................L, 3-2 vs. William & Mary................................L, 3-2 vs. Long Island .................................... W, 3-0

S21 S24 S25 S30 O1 O8 O10 O15 O17 O22 O23 O29 O31 N5 N6 N12 N14 N19 N21 N24

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE * ................... W, 3-1 at North Carolina * ..............................L, 3-1 at North Carolina State * ................. W, 3-1 at Wake Forest *.................................. W, 3-2 at Duke * .................................................L, 3-2 VS. VIRGINIA TECH * .......................... W, 3-0 VS. VIRGINIA * ........................................L, 3-0 VS. MIAMI *.............................................L, 3-1 VS. FLORIDA STATE * ......................... W, 3-2 at Clemson * ..........................................L, 3-1 at Georgia Tech *................................ W, 3-0 VS. NORTH CAROLINA STATE * ...... W, 3-1 VS. NORTH CAROLINA *.....................L, 3-1 at Virginia *........................................... W, 3-0 at Virginia Tech *...................................L, 3-0 VS. WAKE FOREST *............................ W, 3-0 VS. DUKE * ............................................ W, 3-1 at Florida State *...................................L, 3-0 at Miami * ...............................................L, 3-0 at Boston College * .............................L, 3-1

NO. 6 21 16 14 9 15 1 13 12 18 5 8 20 4

NAME CL. POS. Carlisle Abele RS FR OH/OPP Caitlin Adams JR MB Catie Coyle FR MB Ashleigh Crutcher FR OH Mary Cushman SO OH Adreene Elliott FR MB Sarah Harper SO DS/L Katie Kelley FR DS/L Kaitlyn King FR S Maddi Lee SR OH/OPP Remy McBain JR S Caroline Niski SO DS/L Sam Rosario RS SO DS/L Sharon Strizak SR S/OPP

HT. 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 5-4 5-6 5-9 6-4 6-1 5-10 5-9 6-1

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Mountain Brook, Ala. (Mountain Brook HS) Leawood, KS (Notre Dame de Sion) Tucson, Arizona (Salpointe Catholic HS)) Raleigh, N.C. (Cary Academy) Rochester, N.Y. (West Irondequoit) Winston Salem, N.C. (Mount Tabor HS) Charlottesville, Va. (Western Albemarle) Iowa City, IA (Iowa City West HS) Naperville, IL (Benet Academy) Clarksville, Md. (River Hill) Leonia, N.J. (Academy of the Holy Angels) St. Charles, Illinois (St. Charles East HS) Lindenhurst, N.Y. (Lindenhurst Senior) Cincinnati, Ohio (Mount Notre Dame)

Assistant Coaches: Mitch Kallick, Christie Landry, and Krista Valdivia

* - denotes Atlantic Coast Conference match ALL CAPS - denotes home matches 20

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


MA RY LA N D MARYLAND TERRAPINS TO WATCH IN 2011

• • • •

Has compiled 688 career kills in 314 sets played Played in all 117 of Maryland’s sets last year Led the Terrapins with 307 kills on the season and a 2.65 kills per set average in 2009 Career highs: attack percentage - .500 (Bradley, 9/4/10), kills - 24 (Stony Brook, 8/28/09)

• •

Her 1,441 assists ranks ninth overall in school history Averaged 10.08 assists per set, seventh best in the league Posted a triple-double (40 assists, 18 digs, 10 kills) against Duke last year. Tallied 54 assists against Duke (11/14) last year, tied for single game career best Career highs: kills - 10 (Duke, 10/1/10), assists - 54 (2x)

• • •

Named to the All-ACC Freshman Team (2010) Her 343 kills, 2.93 kills per set, and 381.0 points were teamhighs Career highs: kills - 18 (Florida State, 10/17/10), attack percentage - .609 (Tulane, 9/11/10), blocks - 5 (William & Mary, 9/18/10)

Maryland Invite vs. VCU ............................................. 7:00 p.m. vs. QUINNIPIAC ...........................12:30 p.m. vs. XAVIER ....................................... 7:00 p.m.

Spring Hill Suites at Arundel Mill Terrapin Invite S9 vs. YALE ............................................ 7:00 p.m. S10 vs. SACRED HEART .....................12:30 p.m. S10 vs. DELAWARE ............................... 7:00 p.m. S16 S17 S17

Sports Imports Classic vs. Akron ......................................... 7:00 p.m. vs. Albany ....................................... 1:00 p.m. at Ohio State.................................. 7:00 p.m.

S20 S23 S25 S30 O2 O7 O8 O14 O15 O21 O23 O27 O28 N4 N6 N11 N12 N18 N20 N23

at Boston College * ..................... 5:00 p.m. vs. NORTH CAROLINA * ............. 7:00 p.m. vs. NC STATE *................................ 2:00 p.m. vs. VIRGINIA *................................. 7:00 p.m. vs. VIRGINIA TECH * ..................... 1:00 p.m. at Georgia Tech *.......................... 7:00 p.m. at Clemson * .................................. 6:00 p.m. at Wake Forest *............................ 7:00 p.m. at Duke * ......................................... 7:00 p.m. vs. FLORIDA STATE * .................... 7:00 p.m. vs. MIAMI * ..................................... 2:00 p.m. at North Carolina * ...................... 7:00 p.m. at NC State * .................................. 7:00 p.m. vs. CLEMSON * .............................. 7:00 p.m. vs. GEORGIA TECH * .................... 2:00 p.m. at Virginia Tech *........................... 7:00 p.m. at Virginia *..................................... 7:00 p.m. vs. DUKE * ....................................... 7:00 p.m. vs. WAKE FOREST * ...................... 2:00 p.m. vs. BOSTON COLLEGE * .............. 1:00 p.m.

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS ATTACK Name SP K K/Set E TA Sarah Harper 117 20 0.17 26 140 Kara Bates 76 194 2.55 75 526 Mary Cushman 117 343 2.93 115 881 Sharon Strizak 6 1 0.17 0 1 Remy McBain 117 146 1.25 59 406 Caroline Niski 9 0 0 0 0 Michelle Kenning 52 100 1.92 33 273 Taylor Jones 58 2 0.03 0 9 Lisa Scott 117 259 2.21 86 512 Brittney Grove 117 227 1.94 74 664 Marissa Odom 68 0 0 0 2 Maddi Lee 117 219 1.87 95 676 Bethany Springer 117 5 0.04 0 14 MARYLAND 117 1516 12.96 563 4104 Opponents 117 1519 12.98 637 4226

Pct -.043 .226 .259 1.000 .214 .000 .245 .222 .338 .230 .000 .183 .357 .232 .209

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

A 37 12 9 0 1179 0 4 18 9 48 6 4 83 1409 1423

SET SERVE DIG BLOCKING A/Set SA SE SA/S RE D D/S BS BA TB B/S 0.32 34 36 0.29 34 277 2.37 0 0 0 0 0.16 12 29 0.16 8 65 0.86 4 28 32 0.42 0.08 0 0 0 2 57 0.49 13 50 63 0.54 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.17 0 1 1 0.17 10.08 25 39 0.21 0 250 2.14 2 52 54 0.46 0 1 1 0.11 0 5 0.56 0 0 0 0 0.08 11 20 0.21 3 41 0.79 4 24 28 0.54 0.31 1 5 0.02 1 69 1.19 0 3 3 0.05 0.08 0 1 0 0 18 0.15 17 101 118 1.01 0.41 29 28 0.25 24 270 2.31 11 100 111 0.95 0.09 1 0 0.01 11 110 1.62 0 0 0 0 0.03 28 36 0.24 3 77 0.66 4 59 63 0.54 0.71 16 27 0.14 26 516 4.41 0 0 0 0 12.04 158 222 1.35 128 1756 15.01 55 418 264 2.26 12.16 128 236 1.09 158 1780 15.21 48 298 197 1.68

BE BHE POINTS 0 0 54 9 1 224 12 1 381 0 0 1.5 7 15 199 0 0 1 3 1 127 0 2 4.5 10 3 326.5 13 2 317 0 0 1 11 0 280.5 0 1 21 65 26 1938 42 36 1844

DEMON DEACONS

No. 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 13 17 18 21

CAVALIERS

Mary Cushman Sophomore • 6-0 • Outside Hitter Rochester, N.Y. West Irondequoit High School

S2 S3 S3

WOLFPACK

• • •

A26 A27 A27

Opponent Time Comcast Lady Vol Classic vs. Villanova ................................... 5:00 p.m. vs. Ohio ..........................................11:30 a.m. at Tennessee .................................. 7:00 p.m.

TAR HEELS

Remy McBain Junior • 6-1 • Setter Leonia, N.J. Academy of the Holy Angels

Date

HURRICANES

Maddi Lee Senior • 6-4 • Outside Hitter Clarksville, Md. River Hill High School

2011 SCHEDULE

21


MIA MI MIAMI

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

NICOLE LANTAGNE WELCH

Location .............................................. Coral Gables, Fla. Founded ..................................................................... 1925 Enrollment ..............................................................14,078 Nickname ........................................................Hurricanes Colors ..................................Orange, Green, and White Website ............................ www.hurricanesports.com

• • •

Court (Capacity) .................Knight Sports Complex (1,200)

School Record (Win %) ....................335-202-1 (.624) ACC Record (Win %) ..................................77-65 (.542) ACC Regular-Season Titles ...........................................0 ACC Tournament Titles* ................................................0 NCAA Appearances (Record)/Last ....... 3 (2-3)/2010 Letterwinners returning/lost................................ 11/4 Starters returning/lost ..........................................5+L/1

• • •

*(1981-2004) 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS LANTAGNE WELCH AT MIAMI

TERRAPINS

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 23-9 12-3 6-6 5-0 Conference 13-7 8-3 5-4 0-0 Non-Conference 10-2 4-0 1-2 5-0 Date A27 A28 A28 A31 S3 S4 S4 S5 S10 S11 S11 S18 S24 S26 O1 O3 O8 O10 O15 O17 O22 O24 O29 O30 N5 N6 N12 N14 N19 N21 N26 D3

Opponent Results vs. UT-Arlington1 ............................... W, 3-2 vs. Wichita State1 .............................. W, 3-2 at Oklahoma1 ...................................... L, 1-3 FLORIDA ATLANTIC........................... W, 3-0 vs. Auburn2 ......................................... W, 3-0 vs. Southern Miss2............................. W, 3-1 vs. Georgia Southern2...................... W, 3-1 at Middle Tennessee State2............ W, 3-1 SAN FRANCISCO3 .............................. W, 3-0 BETHUNE-COOKMAN3 .................... W, 3-0 FIU3......................................................... W, 3-0 FLORIDA STATE * ................................. L, 1-3 VIRGINIA TECH * ................................. W, 3-0 VIRGINIA * ............................................ W, 3-1 at North Carolina * ............................. L, 0-3 at NC State *.......................................... L, 0-3 GEORGIA TECH * ................................. L, 2-3 CLEMSON * .......................................... W, 3-1 at Maryland * ...................................... W, 3-1 at Boston College * ........................... W, 3-0 DUKE * .................................................... L, 2-3 WAKE FOREST * .................................. W, 3-0 at Virginia * ........................................... L, 1-3 at Virginia Tech * ................................ W, 3-2 at Clemson * ........................................ W, 3-1 at Georgia Tech *.................................. L, 1-3 NC STATE * ........................................... W, 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA *.......................... W, 3-1 BOSTON COLLEGE *.......................... W, 3-0 MARYLAND * ...................................... W, 3-0 at Florida State * ................................ W, 3-2 at Indiana4 ............................................ L, 2-3

1 Oklahoma Tournament (Norman, Okla.) 2 MTSU Tournament (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) 3 Miami Hurricane Invitational (Coral Gables, Fla.) 4 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship - First Round * denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game

22

Enters her 11th season as head coach at Miami Was selected as ACC Coach of the Year and AVCA East Region Coach of the Year in 2008 Earned AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year honors in 2002 Has guided the Hurricanes to a winning record in eight of the past ten seasons Made an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Appearance in 2002 Was named to the Atlantic Coast Conference 50th Anniversary Volleyball team after starting for four seasons at Maryland (1990-93)

Miami Record: 192-109 (10 years) Career Record: 192-109 (10 years) Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ACC

11-5 11-11 9-13 8-14 14-6 11-9 13-7 77-65 (.542)

Overall 17-7 27-6 22-9 17-9 16-14 12-19 14-17 26-6 18-13 23-9 192-109 (.638)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .............................. 12-2 Clemson ..............................................4-9 Duke .................................................. 2-10 Florida State ......................................8-9 Georgia Tech......................................5-7 Maryland ............................................8-7 North Carolina ..................................6-7 NC State ........................................... 12-1 Virginia ................................................5-8 Virginia Tech ................................... 11-5 Wake Forest .......................................8-4 Totals: 81-69 (.523)

NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 16 17 21 23

NAME Alex Johnson Lane Carico Taylor Hollins Alexis Mourning Eryn Croft Julia Giampaolo Mariel Schofield Katie Gallagher Ryan Shaffer Blair Fuentez Lizzie Hale Emani Sims Christine Williamson Ali Becker Nrithya Sundararaman

CL. SO SR SO FR FR SO SO RS SR SO FR JR RS FR RS SR SR JR

POS. RS OH OH MB OH DS DS S DS S/H DS MB OH MB S/H

HT. 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-1 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-11 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-10

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Tallahassee, Fla. (Leon) Manhattan Beach, Calif. (Mira Costa) Long Beach, Calif. (Lakewood) Arlington, Texas (Martin) Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) Torrington, Conn. (Torrington) Ijamsville, Md. (Urbana) Winter Park, Fla. (Lake Highland Prep) San Jose, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty) Ridgewood, N.J. (Ridgewood) Menlo Park, Calif. (Menlo School) Glenview, Ill. (Glenbrook South) Tampa, Fla. (Plant) Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch) Naperville, Ill. (Naperville)

Assistant Coaches: Felix Hou, Ashley Woods, and Erin Mitchem

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


MIA MI MIAMI HURRICANES TO WATCH IN 2011

• • •

Ali Becker Senior • 6-1 • Middle Blocker Katy, Texas Cinco Ranch High School

• • • • •

Pepperdine Asics Classic vs. UC Santa Barbara .......................... 7:30p vs. Georgia............................................. 1:00p at Pepperdine ....................................10:30p

Sep 8 Sep 9 Sep 10

Hurricane Invitational vs. Florida A&M .................................... 6:00p vs. Auburn ............................................. 7:00p vs. Oklahoma........................................ 7:00p

Sep 14 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 16 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 10 Nov 12 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 26

at Florida State..................................... 8:00p at Virginia Tech..................................... 7:00p at Virginia .............................................12:30p vs. Wake Forest .................................... 7:00p vs. Duke .................................................. 1:30p at NC State ............................................ 7:00p at North Carolina ................................ 1:00p vs. Clemson .......................................... 6:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 1:00p at Boston College .............................. 7:00p at Maryland........................................... 2:00p vs. Virginia ............................................. 7:00p vs. Virginia Tech .................................. 1:00p vs. North Carolina ............................... 6:00p vs. NC State ........................................... 1:00p at Duke ................................................... 7:00p at Wake Forest...................................... 5:00p at Georgia Tech .................................... 7:00p at Clemson ............................................ 6:00p vs. Florida State ................................... 5:00p

Ranked fourth in the ACC with 10.79 assists per set in 2010 Named the ACC Player of the Week on Sept. 6 Hurricane Invitational All-Tournament Team 3,995 career assists is good for secondall-time in program history, needs 983 to become new school leader Also ranks in the top 10 in school history in service aces (117, 3rd), digs (930, 6th), sets played (369, 10th)

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

B/S 0.44  0.36  0.03  0.71  0.22  0.43  0.00  0.48  0.00  0.00  0.11  0.00  0.43  0.88  0.22  0.63 

BE  BHE  4  2  9  2  0  0  16  3  2  0  1  0  0  0  15  6  0  2  0  0  0  0  0  0  13  3  7  3  2  0  10  0 

1.96  79  1.95  77 

   Pts 256.0  535.5  62.5  309.5  12.0  11.5  6.0  151.5  22.0  13.0  2.5  0.0  358.0  268.5  21.0  113.5 

DEMON DEACONS

RECEPT DIG  BLOCKING  SE  RE  DIG  D/S BS  BA  TB 37  13  273  2.28  1  52  53  33  16  454  3.69  9  35  44  9  12  297  2.72  0  3  3  13  0  77  0.67  11  71  82  0  0  2  0.22  0  2  2  0  0  0  0.00  0  3  3  2  0  15  0.65  0  0  0  31  0  290  2.69  9  43  52  21  23  518  4.54  0  0  0  11  6  89  0.86  0  0  0  1  2  23  2.56  0  1  1  0  0  3  1.00  0  0  0  2  5  59  0.50  8  42  50  1  0  33  0.31  8  85  93  3  0  26  0.58  0  10  10  1  0  11  0.20  9  25  34  13  554  4724  .255  1634  13.28  145  1.18  165  90  2170  17.64  55  372  241.0  635  4744  .204  1494  12.15  91  0.74  189  145  2044  16.62  59  361  239.5  E  TA  Pct  63  629  .226  151  1404  .228  23  181  .105  73  562  .317  2  36  .250  4  21  .286  0  8  .250  21  261  .326  0  14  .214  6  31  -.097  0  5  .200  0  0  .000  112  817  .266  55  489  .333  9  50  .080  35  216  .264 

SET  SERVE  A  A/S SA  SA/S 95  0.79  24  0.20  44  0.36  38  0.31  36  0.33  19  0.17  57  0.50  12  0.10  0  0.00  0  0.00  0  0.00  0  0.00  1  0.04  4  0.17  1165  10.79  15  0.14  30  0.26  19  0.17  16  0.15  10  0.10  3  0.33  1  0.11  1  0.33  0  0.00  13  0.11  0  0.00  12  0.11  0  0.00  158  3.51  3  0.07  3  0.06  0  0.00 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS       ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 1  Alex Johnson   120  205  1.71  2  Lane Carico   123  471  3.83  3  Taylor Hollins   109  42  0.39  4  Ariell Cooke   115  251  2.18  5  Jenna Berkley   9  11  1.22  6  Julia Giampaolo   7  10  1.43  8  Mariel Schofield   23  2  0.09  9  Katie Gallagher   108  106  0.98  10 Ryan Shaffer   114  3  0.03  12 Lizzie Hale   104  3  0.03  15 Hannah Coleman   9  1  0.11  16 Emani Sims   3  0  0.00  17 Christine Williamson  117  329  2.81  21 Ali Becker   106  218  2.06  23 Nrithya Sundararaman  45  13  0.29  32 Lici McGee   54  92  1.70  TEAM  MIAMI  123  1757  14.28  Opponents 123  1602  13.02 

CAVALIERS

Katie Gallagher Senior • 5-11 • Setter Winter Park, Florida Lake Highland Prep

Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3

WOLFPACK

• • •

Posted a .333 hitting percentage in 2010, tied for seventh best in the ACC and led the Hurricanes Started in 28 matches and played in all 32 for Miami Hit a career high .611 against Georgia Tech last year Led the team with 96 total blocks

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

Opponent Time Tiger Classic vs. Jacksonville State ......................... 4:30p vs. Louisiana-Lafayette ..................... 1:30p at LSU ...................................................... 7:00p

TAR HEELS

• •

Ranked second in the conference with 3.83 kills per set 2010 AVCA Third Team All-American, All-ACC, AVCA All-East Region Named to the 2009 All-ACC Team and 2009 AVCA All-East Region Team Earned 2009 AVCA All-America Honorable Mention Selected to the ACC All-Academic team for 2008 and 2009

Date

HURRICANES

Lane Carico Senior • 5-11 • Outside Hitter Manhattan Beach, Calif. Mira Costa High School

2011 SCHEDULE

21  2143.0  43  1932.5 

23


N ORT H CAROLINA NORTH CA ROL IN A

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

JOE SAGULA

Location .................................................Chapel Hill, N.C. Founded ..................................................................... 1789 Enrollment ..............................................................18,579 Nickname ........................................................... Tar Heels Colors ..................................... Carolina Blue and White Website .....................................www.tarheelblue.com Court (Capacity) ......Carmichael Auditorium (6,822) School Record (Win %) ........................864-503 (.632) ACC Record (Win %) .............................254-131 (.660) ACC Regular-Season Titles ....11 (1981-83, 85, 86, 89, 98, 2000, 02, 05, 08) ACC Tournament Titles* ...................9 (1980-83, 88-89, 99-2001) NCAA Appearances (Record)/Last .. 12 (7-12)/2010 Letterwinners returning/lost................................ 10/3 Starters returning/lost ...............................................3/3

• • • • • • •

*(1981-2004)

• 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

SAGULA AT NORTH CAROLINA

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 25-10 15-2 5-7 5-1 Conference 15-5 10-1 5-4 0-0 Non-Conference 10-5 5-1 0-3 5-1

TERRAPINS

Enters his 22nd season as head coach at North Carolina Is the longest tenured volleyball coach in the ACC Sagula’s 624 wins as a head coach rank 12th among active Division I coaches, and he is the winningest coach in North Carolina volleyball history Was voted ACC Coach of the Year in 1999, 2002 and 2005 Guided his teams to at least 20 wins in 10 of the last 15 seasons Has five ACC regular-season titles and three tournament titles to his credit Has coached the Tar Heels to five ACC titles and eight of its 12 NCAA Tournament appearances His 209 conference and 421 overall wins are more than any ACC coach in league annals

Date A27 A28 A28 S3 S3 S4 S4 S10 S11 S11 S17 S18 S18 S21 S24 S25 S30 O1 O6 O8 O15 O16 O22 O23 O29 O31 N5 N6 N12 N14 N19 N21 N26 D3 D4

Opponent Results PENN STATE1 ............................................ L, 0-3 CAMPBELL1 ............................................. W, 3-0 VILLANOVA1 ........................................... W, 3-0 vs. Ohio2 ................................................... W, 3-0 vs. Southeast Missouri State2 ........... W, 3-1 vs. Texas A&M2 ......................................... L, 2-3 at Missouri State2 ................................... L, 1-3 at LSU3........................................................ L, 0-3 vs. New Mexico State3 ......................... W, 3-0 vs. Rice3 .................................................... W, 3-1 BALL STATE4 ............................................ W, 3-1 APPALACHIAN STATE4 ......................... W, 3-0 TEMPLE4 ................................................... W, 3-0 at NC State *............................................. W, 3-0 MARYLAND * ........................................... W, 3-1 BOSTON COLLEGE * .............................. W, 3-0 FLORIDA STATE * .................................... W, 3-2 MIAMI * ..................................................... W, 3-0 at Wake Forest *...................................... W, 3-1 at Duke * .................................................... L, 0-3 at Georgia Tech * ..................................... L, 1-3 at Clemson * ............................................ W, 3-1 VIRGINIA TECH * ..................................... W, 3-0 VIRGINIA * ................................................ W, 3-0 at Boston College * ............................... W, 3-1 at Maryland * .......................................... W, 3-1 WAKE FOREST * ...................................... W, 3-1 DUKE * ........................................................ L, 0-3 at Florida State * ...................................... L, 2-3 at Miami * .............................................. ....L, 1-3 CLEMSON * .............................................. W, 3-0 GEORGIA TECH * .................................... W, 3-2 NC STATE * ............................................... W, 3-0 vs. Mississippi5 ....................................... W, 3-1 at California5 ............................................ L, 0-3

1 Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 2 Missouri State Tournament (Springfield, Mo.) 3 LSU Tiger Classic (Baton Rouge, La.) 4 Tar Heel Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 5 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship - First & Second Rounds

North Carolina Record: 421-272 (21 years) Career Record: 624-385 (30 years) Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals NO. 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18

ACC 4-2 4-3 4-3 4-10 6-8 7-7 9-7 6-10 13-3 14-2 13-3 12-4 15-1 10-6 9-7 18-4 9-13 11-11 15-5 11-9 15-5 209-123 (.630)

NAME Kayla Berringer Erica Behm Cora Harms Kaylie Gibson Tia Gaffen Shelbey Bleke Lauren Adkins Ece Taner Chaniel Nelson Emily McGee Kaitlyn Anderson Cameron Van Noy Heather Henry Chaney LaReau Meg Yanda Aleksandra Georgieva

Overall 14-18 18-15 19-14 16-15 14-18 17-18 20-12 14-17 29-8 28-6 26-8 24-9 32-4 20-12 19-15 23-10 11-20 15-16 22-11 15-16 25-10 421-272 (.608) CL. SO SR JR SR JR SR FR FR RS FR JR SO FR JR FR JR SR

POS. OH S S L MB MB OH DS/L OPP OH DS/S MB OH/OPP DS/OH MB DS

HT. 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-3 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-6 6-2 5-10 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-10

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .............................. 12-0 Clemson .........................................32-14 Duke ................................................25-20 Florida State .................................18-25 Georgia Tech.................................18-23 Maryland .......................................24-19 Miami ...................................................7-6 NC State ........................................... 37-1 Virginia ...........................................27-13 Virginia Tech ................................... 11-4 Wake Forest .................................... 21-9 Totals: 232-134 (.634)

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Oak Ridge HS) DownersGrove,Ill.(DownersGroveNorth) Placerville, Calif. (El Dorado) Apex, N.C. (Apex) Wayzata, Minn. (Wayzata HS) Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholz) Winter Park, Fla. (Lake Howell) Izmir, Turkey (Isikkent) Huntersville, N.C. (Hopewell HS) Naperville, Ill. (Naperville Central) Ayden, N.C. (D.H. Conley) Huntersville, N.C. (North Mecklenburg) Eden, N.Y. (Eden High School) Glen Allen, Va. (Deep Run) Atlanta, Ga. (Holy Innocents Episcopal) Sofia, Bulgaria (Victor Hugo)

Assistant Coaches: Eve Rackham, Tyler Adams, and Heather Brooks

* denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game 24

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


N ORT H CAROLINA NORTH CA ROL IN A TAR HEELS TO WATCH IN 2011

2011 SCHEDULE

Kaylie Gibson Senior • 5-3 • Libero Apex, N.C. Apex High School

• • • •

Was named as the 2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year Earned 2010 AVCA All-America Honorable Mention, 2010 All-AVCA East Region Led the ACC in 2010 with 5.48 digs per set Ranks fourth all-time in program history with 1,496 career digs and second all-time in dig average (4.16)

Appeared in 33 matches and started in 30 in 2010 Named to AVCA All-East Region and All-ACC teams Won ACC Player of the Week for Oct. 17-24 Career highs include 21 kills, 23 digs, four blocks, and three aces

2011 Carolina Classic vs. San Diego ........................................ 7:30p vs. Georgia Southern .......................12:00p vs. Arizona State .................................. 7:30p

Sep 16 Sep 17 Sep 17

2011 Tar Heel Classic vs. Tulsa .................................................. 7:30p vs. Miami (Oh) ....................................12:00p vs. Saint Louis ....................................... 7:30p

Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 1 Oct 4 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 13 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 27 Oct 28 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 23

at Maryland........................................... 7:00p at Boston College .............................12:00p at Clemson ............................................ 7:00p at Georgia Tech .................................... 7:00p vs. NC State ........................................... 7:00p vs. Florida State ................................... 7:00p vs. Miami ................................................ 1:00p vs. Virginia Tech ................................... 7:00p vs. Virginia ............................................. 5:00p at Duke  .................................................. 6:00p at Wake Forest...................................... 7:00p vs. Maryland ......................................... 7:00p vs. Boston College .............................. 7:00p at Miami ................................................. 7:00p at Florida State..................................... 1:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 7:00p vs. Clemson ........................................... 6:00p at Virginia Tech..................................... 7:00p at Virginia ............................................... 6:00p at NC State ............................................ 1:00p

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

SERVE  A/S SA  SA/S 0.09  0  0.00  4.83  15  0.15  8.07  12  0.10  0.70  15  0.12  0.00  0  0.00  0.07  24  0.20  0.14  1  0.01  0.16  8  0.10  0.31  21  0.18  0.30  2  0.20  0.14  0  0.00  0.28  21  0.17  0.02  0  0.00  0.05  0  0.00  0.00  0  0.00  0.11  14  0.19 

SE  2  17  42  22  0  34  3  13  34  2  0  24  7  1  1  15 

BLOCKING  BS  BA  TB 1  12  13  0  17  17  2  22  24  0  0  0  0  0  0  17  105  122  6  57  63  0  0  0  6  21  27  0  0  0  1  2  3  7  42  49  3  23  26  6  82  88  0  1  1  0  1  1 

B/S 0.25  0.17  0.20  0.00  0.00  0.99  0.58  0.00  0.23  0.00  0.43  0.39  0.29  0.70  0.25  0.01 

   POINTS  BE  BHE  Pts 4  0  97.0  1  12  36.5  5  16  83.0  0  0  16.0  0  0  0.0  18  2  268.5  13  1  362.5  0  0  8.0  4  0  384.5  0  1  2.0  0  0  4.0  6  2  343.0  5  1  166.5  16  0  361.0  0  0  6.5  0  1  26.5 

49  385  241.5  1.92  72  64  457  292.5  2.32  75 

DEMON DEACONS

  DIG  RE  D D/S 0  13  0.25  0  162  1.60  1  326  2.69  33  690  5.48  0  0  0.00  0  67  0.54  1  121  1.12  5  128  1.62  35  324  2.77  0  2  0.20  0  0  0.00  33  354  2.83  1  29  0.32  1  30  0.24  0  0  0.00  3  84  1.17  5  729  5050  .210  1686  13.38  133  1.06  217  118  2330  18.49  700  4865  .171  1436  11.40  118  0.94  196  133  2161  17.15  E  TA  Pct  56  262  .130  7  34  .176  18  138  .290  1  3  .000  0  0  .000  74  432  .234  125  891  .227  1  2  -.500  147  1050  .190  0  0  .000  0  8  .250  121  1086  .159  79  414  .176  93  679  .325  1  15  .333  6  36  .167 

SET  A  5  488  977  88  0  9  15  13  36  3  1  35  2  6  0  8 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS   ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 1  Kayla Berringer   53  90  1.70  2  Erica Behm   101  13  0.13  3  Cora Harms   121  58  0.48  4  Kaylie Gibson   126  1  0.01  5  Morgan Fox   1  0  0.00  7  Shelbey Bleke   123  175  1.42  8  Courtney Johnston   108  327  3.03  9  Cayla Shortley   79  0  0.00  11 Emily McGee   117  347  2.97  12 Kaitlyn Anderson   10  0  0.00  13 Amy Parlier   7  2  0.29  14 Suzanne Haydel   125  294  2.35  15 Heather Henry   91  152  1.67  16 Christine Vaughen   126  314  2.49  17 Meg Yanda   4  6  1.50  18 Aleksandra Georgieva  72  12  0.17  Team NORTH CAROLINA 126  1791  14.21  Opponents 126  1533  12.17 

CAVALIERS

Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 10

WOLFPACK

• • • •

Western Michigan Invitational at Western Michigan.......................... 7:00p vs. Seton Hall ...................................... 10:00a vs. Liberty .............................................. 5:00p

TAR HEELS

Emily McGee Junior • 5-10 • Outside HItter Naperville, Illinois Naperville Central

Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3

HURRICANES

Date Opponent Time Active Ankle Challenge at University of Florida Aug 26 vs. Auburn ............................................. 5:30p Aug 27 at Florida ................................................ 3:30p

36  2165.5  41  1943.5 

25


N C STATE NC ST A T E

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

BRYAN BUNN

Location ....................................................... Raleigh, N.C. Founded ..................................................................... 1887 Enrollment ..............................................................33,815 Nickname ...........................................................Wolfpack Colors ........................................................ Red and White Website .............................................www.gopack.com Court (Capacity) ............ Reynolds Coliseum (9,500) School Record (Win %) ........................577-649 (.471) ACC Record (Win %) ............................... 80-307 (.207) ACC Regular-Season Titles ................3 (1983, 87-88) ACC Tournament Titles* .................................. 1 (1987) NCAA Appearances ................................. 1 (0-1)/ 1987 Letterwinners returning................................................7

• • • • •

TIGERS

• *(1981-2004)

2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

TERRAPINS

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 14-18 6-8 3-9 5-1 Conference 4-16 3-8 1-8 0-0 Non-Conference 10-2 3-0 2-1 5-1 Date A27 A27 A28 S3 S4 S4 S10 S11 S11 S17 S18 S18 S21 S24 S25 O1 O3 O8 O9 O15 O17 O22 O23 O29 O31 N4 N5 N12 N14 N19 N20 N26

Opponent Results vs. Eastern Kentucky1 ...................... W, 3-0 vs. Coppin State1 ............................... W, 3-0 at Western Carolina1 ........................ W, 3-0 vs. Illinois State2 ................................ W, 3-0 vs. Arkansas State2 ........................... W, 3-0 at Indiana2 ............................................ L, 0-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN3 .................... W, 3-1 MERCER3 .............................................. W, 3-0 MOREHEAD STATE3 .......................... W, 3-0 at UNC Wilmington4 ....................... .W, 3-0 vs. Campbell4 ...................................... L, 1-3 vs. Elon4................................................ W, 3-0 NORTH CAROLINA * ........................... L, 0-3 BOSTON COLLEGE *.......................... W, 3-0 MARYLAND * ........................................ L, 1-3 FLORIDA STATE *.................................. L, 1-3 MIAMI * ................................................. W, 3-0 at Wake Forest *.................................... L, 1-3 at Duke * ................................................ L, 0-3 at Clemson * ......................................... L, 2-3 at Georgia Tech *.................................. L, 1-3 VIRGINIA * ............................................. L, 1-3 VIRGINIA TECH *................................... L, 0-3 at Maryland * ........................................ L, 1-3 at Boston College *............................ W, 3-0 WAKE FOREST * ................................... L, 0-3 DUKE * .................................................... L, 0-3 at Miami * .............................................. L, 1-3 at Florida State * .................................. L, 0-3 GEORGIA TECH *................................. W, 3-1 CLEMSON * ........................................... L, 1-3 at North Carolina *.............................. L, 0-3

1 Western Carolina Tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) 2 Indiana Tournament (Bloomington, Ind.) 3 NC State Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.) 4 UNC Wilmington Tournament (Wilmington, N.C.) * denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game

Enters second season as head coach at NC State Compiled a .723 winning percentage (365-140) in 14 years as a head coach Mentored 18 All-Americans, 37 all-conference selections, 32 all-region honorees and five conference players of the year Guided 11 teams to at least 23 wins and had four teams finish in the top 10 nationally Came to Raleigh after spending three seasons as the associate head coach at Baylor, where he helped the Bears earn a postseason bid for the first time in nine years Before Baylor, Bunn was the head coach at North Florida for seven seasons, leading UNF as it transitioned to Division I and left as the winningest volleyball coach in school history BUNN AT NC STATE

NC State Record: 14-18 (one year) Career Record: 365-140 (14 years) Year 2010 Totals

ACC 4-16 4-16 (.200)

Overall 14-18 14-18 (.438)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .................................2-0 Clemson ..............................................0-2 Duke .....................................................0-2 Florida State ......................................0-2 Georgia Tech......................................1-1 Maryland ............................................0-2 Miami ...................................................1-1 North Carolilna .................................0-2 Virginia ................................................0-1 Virginia Tech ......................................0-1 Wake Forest .......................................0-2 Totals: 4-16 (.200)

NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 17 19 21 23 25

NAME Hannah Thompson Alston Kearns Katie Ganny Rachel Buckley Becah Fogle Rachel Frick Brie Merriwether Luciana Shafer Katie Ryan Nicole Glass Margaret Salata Kelly Wood Meredith Richardson Megan Cyr Ana Asher Alesha Wilson Laura Blab Dariyan Hopper Alexa Micek

CL. FR FR RS SO FR SR FR SO SR RS FR FR SR SR SO JR FR FR FR FR JR

POS. L L S OH OH OPP MB OH S OH MB LIB MB S MB MB OH OH DS/L

HT. 5-7 5-7 5-8 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-10 6-1 5-8 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-8

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Henderson, N.C. (Northern Vance) Apex, N.C. (Apex) Centennial, Colo. (American) Hebron, Texas (Hebron) Leander, Texas (U. of Colorado) Charlotte, N.C. (Providence) Orlando, Fla. (Oviedo) SanJuanCapistrano,Calif.(UNCGreensboro) Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Cal Poly) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Pine Creek) Buffalo Grove, Ill. (Stevenson) Yadkinville, N.C. (Forbush) Brentwood, Tenn. (Ravenwood) St. Andrews, Manitoba (U. of Colorado) Crozet, Va. (Western Ablemarle) Keller, Texas (Keller Central) Wimberley, Texas (Wimberley) Minooka, Ill. (Minooka) Oxnard, Calif. (Pierce College)

Assistant Coaches: Pete Hoyer and Stevie Mussie 26

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


N C STATE NC ST A T E WOLFPACK TO WATCH IN 2011

• • •

Started in all 32 of NC State’s matches in 2010 Led the team with 299 kills and 27 service aces Ranked second on the team with 309 digs

• •

Led team with 410 digs in 2010, and her 1,309 career digs is fifth all-time in program history Played in all 111 sets for the Wolfpack Invited to try out for the U.S. national team in 2009

• •

Missed 14 games at the end of 2010 after tearing her ACL against Wake Forest on Oct. 8 Ranked eighth in the conference with 3.23 kills per set

NC State Tournament vs. North Carolina A&T .................... 10:00a vs. Wisconsin ........................................ 5:30p vs. Western Carolina.........................12:00p vs. Campbell ......................................... 7:00p

Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 10

UNC Wilmington vs. Charleston Southern ................... 5:00p vs. East Carolina ................................. 10:30a at UNC-Wilmington ........................... 7:30p

Sep 16 Sep 17 Sep 17

NC State Tournament vs. Liberty .............................................. 7:00p vs. The Citadel ...................................... 1:00p vs. Towson ............................................. 7:30p

Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 1 Oct 4 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 28 Oct 29 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 11 Nov 13 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 23

at Boston College ............................... 7:00p at Maryland........................................... 2:00p at Georgia Tech .................................... 7:00p at Clemson ............................................ 6:00p at North Carolina ................................ 7:00p vs. Miami ................................................ 7:00p vs. Florida State ................................... 1:00p vs. Virginia Tech ................................... 7:00p vs. Virginia ............................................. 7:00p at Wake Forest...................................... 7:00p at Duke ................................................... 7:00p vs. Maryland ......................................... 7:00p vs. Boston College .............................. 7:00p at Florida State..................................... 7:00p at Miami ................................................. 1:00p vs. Clemson ........................................... 7:30p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 7:00p at Virginia ............................................... 7:00p at Virginia Tech..................................... 6:00p vs. North Carolina ............................... 1:00p

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

BLOCKING  BS  BA  TB 4  31  35  3  27  30  0  6  6  4  20  24  0  0  0  8  39  47  1  32  33  19  85  104  0  0  0  7  23  30  4  50  54  3  19  22  0  0  0  0  0  0 

   POINTS  B/S BE  BHE  Pts 0.33  4  5  228.5  0.50  3  2  122.5  0.13  2  0  50.0  0.39  3  2  226.0  0.00  0  0  0.0  0.58  7  0  153.5  0.30  0  1  343.0  1.09  8  1  350.5  0.00  0  3  21.0  0.81  3  1  70.5  0.49  7  15  136.0  0.59  5  2  47.5  0.00  0  0  5.0  0.00  0  0  3.0 

53  332  219.0  1.97  43  60  406  263.0  2.37  71 

DEMON DEACONS

   ATTACK  SET  SERVE    DIG  ## Player  SP  K  K/S E  TA  Pct  A  A/S SA  SA/S SE  RE  D D/S 1  Alex Smith   106  195  1.84  92  589  .175  47  0.44  14  0.13  25  9  239  2.25  2  Anna Moore   60  104  1.73  53  307  .166  3  0.05  2  0.03  7  1  35  0.58  3  Elena Frac   45  42  0.93  34  165  .048  4  0.09  5  0.11  3  7  39  0.87  5  Becah Fogle   61  197  3.23  89  551  .196  8  0.13  15  0.25  21  10  74  1.21  6  Sarah Griggs   1  0  0.00  0  0  .000  0  0.00  0  0.00  0  0  0  0.00  7  Brie Merriwether   81  125  1.54  70  307  .179  2  0.02  1  0.01  2  1  24  0.30  8  Luciana Shafer   110  299  2.72  167  999  .132  28  0.25  27  0.25  48  31  309  2.81  11 Margaret Salata   95  266  2.80  77  567  .333  7  0.07  23  0.24  40  1  71  0.75  13 Kelly Wood   111  3  0.03  3  26  .000  56  0.50  18  0.16  30  24  410  3.69  14 Meredith Richardson  37  52  1.41  18  120  .283  1  0.03  0  0.00  0  0  8  0.22  15 Megan Cyr   111  93  0.84  21  236  .305  1133  10.21  14  0.13  24  0  254  2.29  23 Jana Angel   37  34  0.92  17  103  .165  0  0.00  1  0.03  3  1  11  0.30  24 Taylor Pritchard   50  0  0.00  0  1  .000  5  0.10  5  0.10  8  11  59  1.18  25 Alexa Micek   101  0  0.00  4  10  -.400  24  0.24  3  0.03  5  19  156  1.54  TEAM  7  NC STATE 111  1410  12.70  645  3982  .192  1318  11.87  128  1.15  216  122  1689  15.22  Opponents 111  1401  12.62  588  3934  .207  1316  11.86  122  1.10  209 128  1621  14.60 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS

CAVALIERS

Becah Fogle Senior • 5-11 • Outside Hitter Leander, Texas Vista Ridge High School

Sep 2 Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3

WOLFPACK

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

Opponent Time Appalachian State Tournament at Appalachian State ......................... 7:00p vs. Charlotte ........................................ 10:00a vs. Kennesaw State............................. 4:30p

TAR HEELS

Kelly Wood Senior • 5-8 • Libero Yadkinville, North Carolina Forbush High School

Date

HURRICANES

Luciana Shafer Senior • 5-9 • Outside Hitter San Juan Capistrano, California JSerra Catholic High School

2011 SCHEDULE

32  1757.0  35  1786.0 

27


VIRGIN IA VIRGINIA

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

LEE MAES

Location ............................................Charlottesville, Va. Founded ..................................................................... 1819 Enrollment ..............................................................14,039 Nickname ........................................................... Cavaliers Colors .................................................. Navy and Orange Website .................................www.virginiasports.com Court (Capacity) ..........Memorial Gymnasium (744) School Record (Win %) ........................533-530 (.501) ACC Record (Win %) .............................162-222 (.422) ACC Regular-Season Titles ...........................................0 ACC Tournament Titles* ................................................0 NCAA Appearances .................................. 2 (0-2)/1999 Letterwinners returning/lost................................ 12/3 Starters returning/lost ..........................................6+L/0

• • • • • • •

*(1981-2004) 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

MAES AT VIRGINIA

TERRAPINS

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 14-16 7-6 5-9 2-1 Conference 8-12 4-5 4-7 0-0 Non-Conference 6-4 3-1 1-2 2-1

28

Enters fourth season as head coach at Virginia Secured his second-straight nationally ranked recruiting class in 2010 and the program’s first top-10 class (No. 9) Guided Simone Asque to All-ACC honors, marking the first recognition under Maes Helped the University of Nebraska to two national championship appearances and one national title as an assistant coach from 2005-07 Mentored 13 AVCA All-Americans, including two national players of the year at Nebraska Served as head coach of the California’s men’s program from 1997-2000 and assisted the women’s program from 1998-2005 Led the California men’s program to the NIRSA Collegiate Club National Championship in 1997

Date A27 A28 A28 S3 S3 S4 S9 S10 S11 S17 S18 S24 S26 O1 O3 O8 O10 O15 O17 O22 O23 O29 O31 N5 N6 N12 N14 N19 N20 N26

Opponent Results vs. Valparaiso1 ...................................... W, 3-1 vs. Delaware1 ........................................ W, 3-1 at Temple1 ............................................. W, 3-2 NORTH FLORIDA2 ................................ W, 3-0 LIBERTY2 ................................................. W, 3-0 GEORGE WASHINGTON2 .................... L, 2-3 vs. San Diego (at LBSU)........................ L, 0-3 at Southern California.......................... L, 0-3 at Long Beach State.............................. L, 0-3 VIRGINIA TECH3 * .................................. L, 2-3 GEORGE MASON3................................ W, 3-0 at Florida State * .................................... L, 0-3 at Miami * ................................................. L, 1-3 GEORGIA TECH * .................................... L, 1-3 CLEMSON * ............................................ W, 3-2 at Boston College * .............................. W, 3-1 at Maryland * ......................................... W, 3-0 DUKE * ....................................................... L, 0-3 WAKE FOREST * ...................................... L, 1-3 at NC State *........................................... W, 3-1 at North Carolina * ................................ L, 0-3 MIAMI * ................................................... W, 3-1 FLORIDA STATE * .................................. W, 3-2 MARYLAND * .......................................... L, 0-3 BOSTON COLLEGE * ............................ W, 3-0 at Clemson * ........................................... L, 1-3 at Georgia Tech * ................................... L, 0-3 at Wake Forest *..................................... W, 3-0 at Duke * ................................................... L, 0-3 at Virginia Tech * .................................... L, 2-3

1 Temple Invitational (Philadelphia, Pa.) 2 Holiday Inn Jefferson Cup (Charlottesville, Va.) 3 Marriott Cavalier Classic (Charlottesville, Va.) * denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game

Virginia Record: 43-50 (three years) Career Record: 43-50 (three years) Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ACC 9-11 7-13 8-12 24-36 (.400)

Overall 17-15 12-19 14-16 43-50 (.462)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .................................5-0 Clemson ..............................................1-5 Duke .....................................................0-6 Florida State ......................................1-4 Georgia Tech......................................0-6 Maryland ............................................4-1 Miami ...................................................3-2 North Carolilna .................................1-4 NC State ..............................................4-1 Virginia Tech ......................................2-4 Wake Forest .......................................3-3 Totals: 24-36 (.400)

NO. 2   3   4   5   6   8   9   10   11   15   16   17   18   22  

NAME Rachel Gray Sydney Shelton Beth Wildermuth Rachel Clark Abbey Welborn Tori Janowski Tess Udall Morgan Blair Simone Asque Mallory Woolridge Hillary Trebels Tobi Farrar Emily Rottman Jessica O’Shoney

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

POS. S L S OH L S/RS OH M/RS OH M M RS L M

HT. 5-9 5-6 5-9 6-0 5-4 5-9 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-8 6-1

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Shawnee, Kansas (St. James Academy) Stockton, Calif. (Saint Mary’s) San Clemente, Calif. (Santa Margarita/Notre Dame)

Los Angeles, Calif. (Bishop Montgomery) Pasadena, Calif. (Maranatha) Sterling, Va. (Flint Hill School) Boulder, Colo. (Fairview) Long Valley, N.J. (West Morris Central) Chicago, Ill. (Whitney M.Young Magnet) Glen Allen, Va. (Deep Run) Arlington Heights, Ill. (Prospect) Arlington, Texas (Arlington) Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara) Austin, Texas (Hutto)

Assistant Coach: Ted Wade, Marritt Cafarchia, and Amy Palko

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


VIRGIN IA VIRGINIA CAVALIERS TO WATCH IN 2011

2011 SCHEDULE Date

• • •

Ranks sixth all-time in program history in kills per set, averaging 3.31 In 2010, had third highest kills per set (3.77), second most service aces per set (0.32), and second most points per set (4.41) in the conference Named to All-ACC team in 2009

• •

Earned All-East Region honorable mention honors in 2010 Set career highs with 19 kills and .750 hitting percentage against Georgia Tech Recorded her 250th career kill against George Mason and 100th career block against North Florida Started 29 matches her freshman year, leading the team in blocks with 86

• • •

Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 11

Ohio Volleyball Tournament vs. Marshall ........................................... 5:00p vs. Louisville ........................................ 11:00a at Ohio .................................................... 1:00p

Sep 16 Sep 17 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 25

at Virginia Tech..................................... 7:00p vs. Connecticut (at Blacksburg, Va.) ...... 1:00p vs. Florida State ................................... 7:00p vs. Miami ..............................................12:30p at Maryland........................................... 7:00p at Boston College .............................12:00p vs. Wake Forest .................................... 7:00p vs. Duke .................................................. 7:00p at North Carolina ................................ 5:00p at NC State ............................................ 7:00p vs. Clemson ........................................... 7:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 7:00p at Miami ................................................. 7:00p at Florida State..................................... 1:00p at Duke ................................................... 7:00p at Wake Forest......................................... TBA vs. Boston College .............................. 7:00p vs. Maryland ......................................... 7:00p vs. at NC State ...................................... 7:00p vs. North Carolina ............................... 7:00p vs. Virginia Tech ................................... 7:00p

Tallied 73 assists against Clemson last year, ninth-best single match record in program history Recorded first collegiate double-double against Valparaiso with 33 assists and 10 digs Transfered from Notre Dame after the 2008 season

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

A  8  275  0  938  0  69  4  1  10  0  2  0  0  14  10 

SERVE  A/S SA  SA/S 0.09  11  0.13  3.24  6  0.07  0.00  0  0.00  8.45  12  0.11  0.00  0  0.00  0.62  25  0.23  0.06  0  0.00  0.02  0  0.00  0.09  36  0.32  0.00  1  0.08  0.03  0  0.00  0.00  0  0.00  0.00  0  0.00  0.13  19  0.17  0.09  21  0.19 

SE  31  13  1  36  0  24  1  3  62  0  0  1  0  7  43 

DEMON DEACONS

DIG  BLOCKING    POINTS  RE  D D/S BS  BA  TB B/S BE  BHE  Pts 15  172  1.98  7  60  67  0.77  6  5  312.0  0  99  1.16  0  2  2  0.02  0  8  19.0  0  6  0.13  1  11  12  0.26  1  0  41.5  0  223  2.01  1  16  17  0.15  1  12  40.0  1  20  0.50  1  16  17  0.43  7  1  49.0  33  543  4.89  0  0  0  0.00  0  2  28.0  0  14  0.22  3  44  47  0.72  3  1  102.0  3  49  0.83  1  21  22  0.37  5  0  50.5  12  194  1.75  10  50  60  0.54  8  3  490.0  0  4  0.33  0  1  1  0.08  0  0  6.5  2  6  0.09  4  66  70  1.08  6  1  93.0  0  2  0.12  1  3  4  0.25  0  0  8.5  0  5  0.17  0  15  15  0.50  4  0  43.5  19  334  3.01  4  20  24  0.22  1  0  192.0  0  55  0.50  20  98  118  1.06  5  0  340.0  16  591  4145  .200  1331  11.99  131  1.18  222  101  1726  15.55  53  423  264.5  2.38  47  33  1815.5  634  4009  .191  1341  12.08  101  0.91  179  131  1871  16.86  45  378  234.0  2.11  63  33  1736.0  E  TA  115  753  4  42  10  97  10  58  29  149  2  15  34  209  24  142  188  1257  0  13  22  154  2  15  18  103  58  621  75  517 

SET  Pct  .198  .190  .258  .155  .074  .067  .206  .106  .184  .385  .221  .267  .175  .163  .338 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS       ATTACK  ## Player  SP  K  K/S 1  McKenzie Adams   87  264  3.03  2  Rachel Gray   85  12  0.14  3  Kendahl Voelker   46  35  0.76  4  Beth Wildermuth   111  19  0.17  5  Rachel Clark   40  40  1.00  7  AJ Cushman   111  3  0.03  8  Sydney Hill   65  77  1.18  9  Tess Udall   59  39  0.66  11 Simone Asque   111  419  3.77  14 Nika Simenc   12  5  0.42  15 Mallory Woolridge   65  56  0.86  16 Hillary Trebels   16  6  0.38  17 Tobi Farrar   30  36  1.20  18 Emily Rottman   111  159  1.43  22 Jessica O’Shoney   111  250  2.25  TEAM  VIRGINIA 111  1420  12.79  Opponents 111  1401  12.62 

CAVALIERS

Beth Wildermuth Junior • 5-9 • Setter San Clemente, California Santa Margarita/Notre Dame

Holiday Inn Jefferson Cup vs. East Carolina ................................. 11:00a vs. California ......................................... 7:00p vs. Long Island ..................................... 3:00p

WOLFPACK

• •

Sep 2 Sep 2 Sep 3

TAR HEELS

Jessica O’Shoney Junior • 6-1 • Middle Richmond, Va. James River High School

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

HURRICANES

Simone Asque Senior • 5-11 • Outside Hitter Chicago, Ill. Whitney M. Young Magnet High School

Opponent Time Marriott Cavalier Classic vs. Western Michigan ........................ 7:00p vs. USC Upstate ................................... 1:00p vs. Western Carolina........................... 7:00p

29


V IRGI N IA TECH VIRGINIA T ECH

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

CHRIS RILEY

Location ...................................................Blacksburg, Va. Founded ..................................................................... 1872 Enrollment ..............................................................31,000 Nickname ................................................................Hokies Colors ............... Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange Website .................................... www.hokiesports.com Court (Capacity) ...............Cassell Coliseum (10,052) School Record (Win %) ....................611-538-3 (.532) ACC Record (Win %) ..................................64-78 (.451) ACC Regular-Season Titles ...........................................0 ACC Tournament Titles* ................................................0 NCAA Appearances .................................. 1 (1-1)/2010 Letterwinners returning/lost...................................8/2 Starters returning/lost ...............................................4/1

• • • • •

*(1981-2004) 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS RILEY AT VIRGINIA TECH

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 20-12 9-3 5-9 6-0 Conference 10-10 6-3 4-7 0-0 Non-Conference 10-2 3-0 1-2 6-0

TERRAPINS

Enters his sixth season as head coach at Virginia Tech Led Virginia Tech to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history in 2010, always winning the first tournament game Beat a AVCA top-25 opponent for first time in school history, topping No. 25 Florida State Led Towson University to five consecutive 20-win seasons and three conference championships from 200005, and a 2004 berth in the NCAA Tournament Has won Coach of the Year awards in two different conferences (Colonial Athletic Association and America East)

Date A27 A28 A28 S3 S4 S4 S10 S10 S11 S17 S18 S24 S26 O1 O2 O8 O10 O14 O15 O22 O23 O29 O30 N5 N6 N12 N13 N18 N19 N26 D3 D4

Opponent Results vs. Chattanooga1............................... W, 3-0 vs. Xavier1 ............................................ W, 3-2 at Tennessee1....................................... L, 0-3 COASTAL CAROLINA2 ...................... W, 3-0 LONG ISLAND2 ................................... W, 3-0 JACKSONVILLE STATE2..................... W, 3-0 vs. Central Arkansas3 ....................... W, 3-1 at Western Kentucky3....................... W, 3-2 vs. Missouri3 ....................................... W, 3-1 at Virginia4 * ........................................ W, 3-2 vs. Towson4 ......................................... W, 3-0 at Miami * .............................................. L, 0-3 at Florida State *................................... L, 2-3 CLEMSON * ........................................... L, 2-3 GEORGIA TECH *.................................. L, 2-3 at Maryland * ........................................ L, 0-3 at Boston College *............................ W, 3-0 DUKE * ................................................... W, 3-1 WAKE FOREST * .................................. W, 3-0 at North Carolina *.............................. L, 0-3 at NC State * ........................................ W, 3-0 FLORIDA STATE *................................. W, 3-2 MIAMI * .................................................. L, 2-3 BOSTON COLLEGE *.......................... W, 3-0 MARYLAND * ...................................... W, 3-0 at Georgia Tech *................................ W, 3-0 at Clemson * ......................................... L, 1-3 at Wake Forest *.................................... L, 1-3 at Duke * ................................................ L, 1-3 VIRGINIA *............................................. W, 3-2 vs. Delaware5 ..................................... W, 3-0 at Penn State5 ...................................... L, 0-3

1 Comcast Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.) 2 Hokie Invitational (Blacksburg, Va.) 3 Western Kentucky Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.) 4 Marriott Cavalier Classic (Charlottesville, Va.) 5 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship - First & Second Rounds * denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game

Virginia Tech Record: 90-67 (five years) Career Record: 234-121 (11 years) Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ACC 11-11 8-14 11-9 9-11 10-10 49-55 (.471)

Overall 17-14 14-18 20-11 19-12 20-12 90-67 (.573)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .................................6-3 Clemson ..............................................3-7 Duke .....................................................1-9 Florida State ......................................2-7 Georgia Tech......................................4-6 Maryland ............................................6-3 Miami ...................................................3-6 North Carolina ..................................3-6 NC State ..............................................9-0 Virginia ................................................6-4 Wake Forest .......................................6-4 Totals: 49-55 (.471)

NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 32

NAME CL. Jessica Wellman Jr. Kirsty Blue Sr. Allison Munter So. Jordan Fish Fr. Erin Leaser Sr. Laura Misiewicz So. Justine Record Sr. Samantha Gostling So. Liz Trinchere Jr. Cara Baarendse Jr. Alyssa Gammel Fr. Jennifer Wiker r-Jr. Victoria Hamsher So. Delaney Pittari Fr. Kirsten Higareda Sr. Corrie Sanders So. Bailey Dowd Fr. Morgan O’Neill Jr. Kathryn Caine Fr. Gabrielle Talley Fr. Kelsey Maloney Sr. LaTasha Samson-Akpan Fr.

POS. L/DS MB S S S L/DS OH OH MB MB OH OH MB DS/L L/DS L/DS RS OH/DS MB/RS L/DS MB MH

HT. 5’ 4” 6’ 1” 5’ 9” 5’ 9” 5’ 10” 5’ 5” 5’ 8” 6’ 1” 6’ 0” 6’ 1” 5’ 9” 6’ 3” 6’ 2” 5’ 4” 5’ 4” 5’ 8” 6’ 2” 5’ 9” 6’ 1” 5’ 9” 6’ 3” 6’ 0”

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) McKinney, Texas (McKinney North) Geneva, Fla. (Oviedo) Chesapeake, Va. (Grassfield, Va.) North Branch, Mich. (North Branch) Allentown, Pa. (Allentown Central Catholic)

Herndon, Va. (Chantilly) Redwood City, Calif. (Clarmont) Charlotte, N.C. (Ardrey Kell) Salem, Va. (Glenvar) Mason, Ohio (William Mason) Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial) Charlotte, N.C. (South Mecklenburg) Nazareth, Pa. (Nazareth) Mandeville, La. (Fontainebleau) Woodbridge, Va. (Forest Park) Vriginia Beach, Va. (Frank W. Cox) Newtown, Pa. (Council Rock North) Atherton, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty) McLean, Va. (Langley) Orlando, Fla. (Lake Highland) Centreville, Va. (Wisconsin-Madison) Fairlawn, Ohio (Copley)

Assistant Coaches: Shelbylynn McBride and Jen Malcom 30

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


V IRGI N IA TECH VIRGINIA T ECH HOKIES TO WATCH IN 2011

2011 SCHEDULE Date

• • • •

Led the squad with 385 kills and a .376 hitting percentage Ranked second in the ACC and 24th in the nation in hitting percentage, and ranks second all-time for the Hokies Tallied a team-best 21 double-digit kills Earned AVCA All-America Honorable Mention, AVCA AllEast Region, and First Team All-ACC

Led the ACC in service aces in 2010 Was second on the squad in digs Tallied 17 double-digit kill matches and 13 double-digit dig matches Ranks 9th all-time at Tech with 128 service aces

• • • •

Tallied 1,000-plus assists for the third-consecutive season Recorded a team high 11 double-doubles in 2010 Sits in fourth place all-time at Tech with 3,755 assists Finished 2010 ranking second in the ACC and 27th in the nation, averaging 11.18 assists per set

Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 10

Hokie Invite vs. American ......................................... 7:00p vs. Seton Hall ......................................12:30p vs. Tennessee ........................................ 7:00p

Sep 16 Sep 17 Sep 17

Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational vs. Virginia ............................................. 7:00p vs. Chattanooga .................................. 1:00p vs. Connecticut .................................... 7:00p

Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 29 Oct 2 Oct 6 Oct 7 Oct 13 Oct 14 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 25

vs. Miami ................................................ 7:00p vs. Florida State ................................... 6:00p at Boston College ............................... 7:00p at Maryland........................................... 2:00p vs. Wake Forest .................................... 7:30p vs. Duke  ................................................. 7:00p at North Carolina ................................ 7:00p at NC State ............................................ 7:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 7:00p vs. Clemson ........................................... 1:00p at Florida State..................................... 7:00p at Miami ................................................. 1:00p at Wake Forest...................................... 7:00p at Duke ................................................... 7:00p vs. Maryland ......................................... 7:00p vs. Boston College .............................. 6:00p vs. North Carolina ............................... 7:00p vs. NC State ........................................... 6:00p at Virginia ............................................... 7:00p

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS K 0 0 0 97 1 293 119 4 385 9 259 165 328 2 0 5

K/S E 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.81 37 0.03 0 2.44 145 1.98 77 1.00 3 3.24 73 0.09 2 2.38 114 1.38 71 2.73 93 0.02 2 0.00 0 0.04 7

1667 13.89 624 1428 11.90 608

SET TA Pct 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 297 .202 4 .250 781 .190 332 .127 11 .091 830 .376 37 .189 786 .184 374 .251 646 .364 9 .000 0 .000 32 -.062 4140 4108

.252 .200

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

SERVE A A/S 0 0.00 0 0.00 10 2.00 1336 11.13 5 0.15 32 0.27 3 0.05 1 0.25 48 0.40 24 0.23 7 0.06 2 0.02 15 0.12 27 0.24 0 0.00 28 0.24

SA 0 0 0 8 5 46 6 0 14 14 0 10 5 8 0 6

SA/S 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.07 0.15 0.38 0.10 0.00 0.12 0.13 0.00 0.08 0.04 0.07 0.00 0.05

1538 12.82 122 1.02 1302 10.85 113 0.94

DIG BLOCKING RE D D/S BS BA TB B/S 1 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.20 0 0 0 0.00 0 264 2.20 5 75 80 0.67 9 53 1.61 0 0 0 0.00 27 300 2.50 4 31 35 0.29 2 37 0.62 0 8 8 0.13 0 3 0.75 0 0 0 0.00 1 121 1.02 5 36 41 0.34 19 293 2.79 0 0 0 0.00 7 48 0.44 20 52 72 0.66 0 51 0.43 12 95 107 0.89 1 33 0.28 22 102 124 1.03 15 171 1.53 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 17 377 3.19 0 0 0 0.00 14 270 113 1752 14.60 68 399 267.5 2.23 219 121 1535 12.79 80 367 263.5 2.20 SE 0 0 0 30 6 76 21 0 28 21 2 27 21 18 0 20

POINTS BE BHE 0 0 0 0 1 0 13 29 0 1 9 2 2 0 3 0 11 6 0 0 11 1 5 0 23 2 0 6 0 0 0 1 78 44

48 32

Pts 0.0 0.0 0.0 147.5 6.0 358.5 129.0 4.0 422.0 23.0 305.0 234.5 406.0 10.0 0.0 11.0

DEMON DEACONS

ATTACK ## Player SP 1 Jessica Wellman 1 2 Kirsty Blue 1 3 Allison Munter 5 5 Erin Leaser 120 6 Laura Misiewicz 33 7 Justine Record 120 8 Samantha Gostling 60 9 Liz Trinchere 4 10 Cara Baarendse 119 11 Amy Wengrenovich 105 13 Jennifer Wiker 109 14 Victoria Hamsher 120 15 Felicia Willoughby 120 16 Kirsten Higareda 112 17 Corrie Sanders 1 19 Morgan O’Neill 118 TEAM VIRGINIA TECH 120 Opponents 120

CAVALIERS

Erin Leaser Senior • 5-10 • Setter Allentown, Pa. Allentown Central Catholic

Kentucky Tournament vs. Ohio ................................................... 5:00p vs. Western Kentucky University ... 1:00p at Kentucky ........................................... 7:30p

WOLFPACK

• • •

Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3

TAR HEELS

Justine Record Senior • 5-8 • Outside Hitter Redwood City, Calif. Carlmont High School

Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27

HURRICANES

Cara Baarendse Junior • 6-1 • Middle Blocker Mason, Ohio William Mason High School

Opponent Time Hokie Tournament vs. Cleveland State ............................. 7:00p vs. High Point .....................................12:30p vs. Indiana ............................................. 7:00p

2056.5 1804.5

31


WA KE FOREST WAKE

TIGERS

EAGLES

QUICK FACTS

HEATHER KAHL HOLMES

Location ........................................Winston-Salem, N.C. Founded ..................................................................... 1834 Enrollment ................................................................ 4,569 Nickname ............................................Demon Deacons Colors ............................................... Old Gold and Black Website ......................... www.wakeforestsports.com Court (Capacity) ......................Reynolds Gym (1,500) School Record (Win %) ........................521-483 (.519) ACC Record (Win %) .............................118-187 (.387) ACC Regular-Season Titles ...........................................0 ACC Tournament Titles* ................................................0 NCAA Appearances ........................................................0

• • • •

*(1981-2004) 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS KAHL HOLMES AT WAKE FOREST

TERRAPINS

YELLOW JACKETS

SEMINOLES

BLUE DEVILS

Record Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 19-12 11-5 7-6 1-1 Conference 11-9 5-4 6-5 0-0 Non-Conference 8-3 6-1 1-1 1-1

32

Enters her seventh season as head coach at Wake Forest and 12th overall at Wake Forest Set a program record with 11 conference victories in 2010 Was selected to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Volleyball team as a standout player at Clemson Helped guide Clemson to one regular-season championship, one ACC Tournament championship, and three NCAA Tournament berths in five seasons as an assistant coach

Date A27 A28 A28 S3 S4 S4 S10 S11 S11 S17 S21 S24 S26 S30 O1 O6 O8 O15 O17 O22 O24 O29 O30 N4 N5 N9 N12 N14 N18 N19 N23

Opponent Results COASTAL CAROLINA1 ...................... W, 3-1 EAST TENNESSEE STATE1 ................ W, 3-0 GEORGIA1 .............................................. L,1-3 vs. Iowa2 ............................................... W, 3-1 at St. Louis2 ........................................... L, 1-3 vs. Creighton2 ...................................... L, 0-3 WEST VIRGINIA3 ................................ W, 3-0 CAMPBELL3 ......................................... W, 3-0 EAST CAROLINA3 .............................. W, 3-0 at Duke * ................................................ L, 0-3 at Charlotte * ...................................... W, 3-0 at Clemson * ........................................ W, 3-0 at Georgia Tech * ............................... W, 3-0 MARYLAND * ........................................ L, 2-3 BOSTON COLLEGE * .......................... W, 3-0 NORTH CAROLINA *........................... L, 1-3 NC STATE * ........................................... W, 3-1 at Virginia Tech * .................................. L, 0-3 at Virginia * .......................................... W, 1-3 at Florida State * ................................ W, 3-0 at Miami * .............................................. L, 0-3 GEORGIA TECH * ................................. L, 0-3 CLEMSON * .......................................... W, 3-1 at NC State *......................................... W, 3-0 at North Carolina * ............................. L, 1-3 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL......... W, 3-0 at Maryland * ........................................ L, 0-3 at Boston College * ........................... W, 3-0 VIRGINIA TECH * ................................. W, 3-1 VIRGINIA * ............................................. L, 0-3 DUKE * ................................................... W, 3-0

Wake Forest Record: 88-99 (six years) Career Record: 88-99 (six years) Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ACC 10-12 10-12 5-17 10-10 9-11 11-9 55-71 (.437)

Overall 17-14 14-17 8-23 19-13 11-20 19-12 88-99 (.471)

VERSUS ACC OPPONENTS Boston College .................................9-2 Clemson ..............................................3-8 Duke .................................................. 2-10 Florida State ......................................2-9 Georgia Tech......................................3-8 Maryland ............................................7-4 Miami ...................................................4-7 North Carolina ..................................4-8 NC State ........................................... 12-0 Virginia ................................................4-8 Virginia Tech ......................................5-7 Totals: 55-71 (.437)

1 Deacon Invitational (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 2 Active Ankle Challenge (St. Louis, Mo.) 3 Black & Gold Challenge (Winston-Salem, N.C.)

NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 14 15 17 21

NAME Carlin Salmon Madison Vain Kadija Fornah Andrea Beck Kristin Grissom Mary Hoey Megan Carnell Kylie Hargreaves Danae Rosendall Dani Thompson Ashlee Rusk Jazmen Russell Heather Kraft Cambrey Oehler

CL. SR SR SR JR SO FR JR SO FR FR FR FR JR SR

POS. MB RS/OH OH MB MB/RS OH S/RS OH/RS S L/DS MB OH DS OH

HT. 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-7 6-1 5-11 5-9 5-11

* denotes conference game CAPS denotes home game

Assistant Coaches: Chad Willis and Abbey Worrell

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Wildwood, Mo. (St. Joseph’s Academy) St. Louis, Mo. (Villa Duchesne) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Suncoast) Winston-Salem, N.C. (Mount Tabor) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Etiwanda) Marietta, Ga. (Pope) Suwanee, Ga. (North Gwinnett) Ladera Ranch, Calif. (Santa Margarita) Hudsonville, Mich. (Hudsonville) Roswell, Ga. (Pope) Liberty, Texas (Barbers Hill) Hacienda Heights, Calif. (Los Altos) Gainesville, Fla. (Oak Hall) Houston, Texas (Cy-Fair)

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


WA KE FOREST WAKE DEMON DEACONS TO WATCH IN 2011

• • • •

Had the third highest blocks per set with 1.10 in 2010 Started all 31 matches and played in all 105 sets during the 2010 campaign Led the team in total blocks (116), block assists (101), and solo blocks (15) Ranked third on the team with 254 kills

• • •

Western Kentucky Tournament vs. LSU ................................................... 10:00a at Western Kentucky.......................... 7:00p vs. Xavier .............................................. 11:00a

Sep 16 Sep 17

Black and Gold Challenge vs. Duke .................................................. 7:00p vs. Charlotte/High Point ................... 5:00p

Sep 20 Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 6 Oct 7 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 28 Oct 29 Nov 1 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 18 Nov 20 Nov 22

at Appalachian State ......................... 7:00p vs. Clemson ........................................... 7:00p vs. Georgia Tech .................................. 5:00p at Miami ................................................. 7:00p at Florida State..................................... 1:00p at Virginia Tech..................................... 7:30p at Virginia ............................................... 7:00p vs. Maryland ......................................... 7:00p vs. Boston College ................................. TBA vs. NC State ........................................... 7:00p vs. North Carolina ............................... 7:00p at Georgia Tech .................................... 7:00p at Clemson ............................................ 5:00p vs. VCU .................................................... 7:00p vs. Virginia Tech ................................... 7:00p vs. Virginia ................................................ TBA vs. Florida State ................................... 7:00p vs. Miami ................................................ 5:00p at Boston College ............................... 7:00p at Maryland........................................... 2:00p at Duke ................................................... 7:00p

Started all 31 matches as a sophomore in 2010 Led the team with a .320 hitting percentage Ranked second on the team in kills (312), points (380.5), and total blocks (100)

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

BA  101  0  45  89  2  53  5  12  32  46  0  0  3  0 

TB 116  0  48  100  2  59  6  13  35  50  0  0  3  0 

  POINTS  B/S BE  BHE  Pts 1.10  7  0  319.5  0.00  0  0  9.0  0.48  10  0  381.5  0.95  15  0  380.5  0.15  1  0  13.0  0.57  7  0  188.5  0.27  6  6  23.5  0.22  0  2  82.0  0.37  2  1  203.0  0.56  3  13  93.0  0.00  0  0  2.0  0.00  0  0  1.0  0.03  0  0  40.5  0.00  0  2  13.0 

388  238.0  2.27  51  350  209.0  1.99  69 

DEMON DEACONS

      ATTACK  SET  SERVE  DIG  BLOCKING  ## Player  SP  K  K/S E  TA  Pct  A  A/S SA  SA/S SE  RE  D D/S BS  1  Carlin Salmon   105  254  2.42  73  595  .304  4  0.04  0  0.00  0  0  16  0.15  15  2  Madison Vain   13  9  0.69  2  21  .333  0  0.00  0  0.00  0  0  2  0.15  0  3  Kadija Fornah   101  327  3.24  176  965  .156  13  0.13  29  0.29  50  22  238  2.36  3  4  Andrea Beck   105  312  2.97  85  709  .320  13  0.12  13  0.12  36  2  80  0.76  11  5  Kristin Grissom   13  11  0.85  2  23  .391  0  0.00  1  0.08  2  0  5  0.38  0  6  Lauren McIntyre   104  156  1.50  58  449  .218  4  0.04  0  0.00  5  0  37  0.36  6  7  Megan Carnell   22  15  0.68  5  50  .200  201  9.14  5  0.23  4  0  35  1.59  1  8  Kylie Hargreaves   60  67  1.12  36  210  .148  3  0.05  8  0.13  16  14  120  2.00  1  12 Kristen White   94  158  1.68  92  591  .112  26  0.28  26  0.28  33  41  265  2.82  3  16 Kelsey Jones   89  57  0.64  9  146  .329  930  10.45  9  0.10  10  0  227  2.55  4  17 Heather Kraft   26  0  0.00  0  2  .000  2  0.08  2  0.08  5  1  28  1.08  0  18 Lindsey Remington   2  0  0.00  0  0  .000  0  0.00  1  0.50  0  0  0  0.00  0  21 Cambrey Oehler   93  21  0.23  5  102  .157  20  0.22  18  0.19  24  17  192  2.06  0  22 Megan Thornberry   105  3  0.03  1  28  .071  95  0.90  10  0.10  13  23  459  4.37  0  TEAM  12  WAKE FOREST  105  1390  13.24  544  3891  .217  1311  12.49  122  1.16  198  132  1704  16.23  44  Opponents  105  1359  12.94  616  3988  .186  1257  11.97  132  1.26  201 122  1687  16.07  34 

HOKIES

2010 STATISTICS

CAVALIERS

Andrea Beck Junior • 6-1 • Middle Blocker Winston-Salem, North Carolina Mount Tabor High School

Sep 9 Sep 9 Sep 10

WOLFPACK

• • •

Ranked seventh in the ACC with 3.24 kills per set and sixth with 0.29 service aces per set Led Wake Forest with 327 kills, 381.5 points, and 29 aces Had 19 double-digit kill matches Selected to the preseason All-ACC team

Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3 Sep 4

Opponent Time Deacon Invitational vs. Arkansas .......................................... 7:00p vs. Charleston Southern .................12:00p vs. Georgetown ................................... 7:00p vs. North Florida ..................................... TBA

TAR HEELS

Kadija Fornah Senior • 6-0 • Outside Hitter West Palm Beach, Florida Suncoast High School

Date

HURRICANES

Carlin Salmon Senior • 6-1 • Middle Blocker Wildwood, Missouri St. Joseph’s Academy

2011 SCHEDULE

24  1750.0  42  1700.0 

33


ANNUAL INDIVIDUAL LEADERS HITTING PERCENTAGE 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Linda Kraft, Duke.................................. .396 Linda Kraft, Duke.................................. .395 Linda Kraft, Duke.................................. .368 Bev Stross, Duke ................................... .348 Jacie Miller, Maryland. ........................ .333 Sharon German, North Carolina ..... .380 Greta Jansson, Virginia ....................... .357 Adrian Nicol, Duke ............................... .391 Amy Peistrup, North Carolina .......... .340 Adrian Nicol, Duke ............................... .396 Adrian Nicol, Duke .......................426 Kerry Annel, Georgia Tech................. .368 Rochelle Komula, Georgia Tech ...... .377 Aisha Thornton, Florida State .......... .366 Aisha Thornton, Florida State .......... .352 Sharon Harmsworth, Wake Forest . .358 Norisha Campbell, Florida State ..... .351 Norisha Campbell, Florida State ..... .366 Lori Ashton, Clemson ......................... .383 Alexandra Preiss, Georgia Tech ....... .417 Jayme Gergen, Georgia Tech ........... .393 3 Stefani Eddins, NC State .................... .387 387 Danielle Hepburn, Clemson ............. .365 Danielle Hepburn, Clemson ............... .395 Felicia Willoughby, Virginia Tech............ .... .402 Brianna Barry, Florida State ............. .... .492 Christiana Gray, Duke ......................... ...... .387

KILLS PER SET 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 00 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 200 2008 200 2009 200 2010 201

DIGS S PER SET 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Diane Ross, oss, NC State ............................. 3.04 Stephanie State ................ 3.60 hanie Taylor, NC Stat Denise 4.71 enise Murphy, Clemson .................. ..... Volire Tisdale, NC State .................. ....................... 3.57 57 4.21 Pam Krausman, Maryland ................. 4 Anne nne Marie Hammers, Virginia ........ 5.12 Colleen olleen Hurley, Maryland .................. 4.53 Anne ne Marie Hammers, Virginia ........ 4.23 Ashley Wacholder, Duke .................... ley Wacholde ................ 4.17 Andrea Maryland ..................... rea Hudy, Mar ......... 4.21 Ashley ey Wacholder, Duke .................... .............. 5.31 Maureen een Reindl, Duke Du ........................ .................... 4.21 Maureen en Reindl, Duke ........................ 5.03 Eden Kroeger, 4.16 roeger, Maryland..................... 4 Trina Maso aso de Moya, Wake Forest .. 4.43 Trina Maso Forest .. 4.32 so de Moya, Wake Fore Trina Maso so de Moya, Wake FForest .. 5.13 Trina Maso Wake Forest .. 4.40 o de Moya, Wak Whitney Ashcraft, shcraft, Virginia ................. 4.23 Whitney Ashcraft, hcraft, Virginia ................. 5.10 0 Stephanie Istvan, ....................... 5.99 stvan, Duke....... .99 Allison Anderson, College .. 5.90 rson, Boston C 5.90 Allison Anderson, College rson, Boston Co ege .. 5.54 54 Brianna Eskola, 5.79 a, Norh Carolina Caro na .......... .. 79 Brianna Eskola,, North Carolina C olin ........ .. ..... 5.05 5 Cassie Loessberg, Miami rg, M mi ..................... ...... .. 5.03 Kaylie Gibson, North Carolina 5.48 o h Ca olin na .......... ...... 5 48

BLOCKS PER SET

Diane Brown, Duke .............................. 4.18 Diane Brown, Duke .............................. 4.50 Linda Kraft, Duke .................................. 4.79 9 Sharon German, North Carolina...... 4.20 Volire Tisdale, NC State ....................... ....... 5.00 Sharon German, North Carolina lina...... 5.53 Liz Berg, North Carolina ..................... .................. 4.53 Ashley Wacholder, Duke e .................... 5.13 Amy Peters, Virginia ............................. .......................... 3.09 3.0 Robin Kibben, Clemson son...................... .................... 5.02 Luiza Ramos, Florida ................ 4.73 da State ........... Kerry Annel, Georgia 4.46 rgia Tech ................. ......... Rochelle Komula, a, Georgia Tech ....... 4.50 Laura Kimbrell, NC State .......... .................... 4.31 Elizabeth ................. 4.31 eth Efron, Maryland ....... Laura .................... 5.07 ura Kimbrell, Kimb NC State ............ Pachale, Georgia Maja Pachal eorgia Tech .............. ........ 4.75 Deanna Zwarich, Zwar , Virginia ................... ................ 5.04 Maja Pachale, Georgia orgia Tech .............. 4.48 Lynnette Moster, Georgia Tech ........ 5.20 5.2 Leslie Finn, Clemson n ............................ 4.40 Leslie Finn, Clemson ............................ Le .......................... 5.61 Karla Johnson, Miami .......................... ..................... 5.09 Jeanette Abbott, Clemson n ................ 4.40 Carrie DeMange, Duke ....................... ......... 5.01 Danielle Heburn, Clemson ................ 3.90 Lane Carico, Miami ............................... 4.36 Monique Mead, Georgia Tech .......... .... 4.29

1984 1985 1986 1 1987 19 1988 1989 1990 199 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

ASSISTS PER SET T 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1 0 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 98 1999 2000 0 2001 2002 20 2 2003 003 3 2004 2005 2006 200 2007 20 7 2008 2009 2010 20

Kim Rose, North Carolina .................. 1.82 Sheila Fearnow, Maryland................. 1.67 Joy Fleming, Clemson ........................ 1.56 Wendy Anderson, Clemson .............. 1.41 Pam Vehling, NC State ........................ 1.28 Kara Warner, Virginia ........................... 1.26 Jen Rohrig, Duke .................................. 1.37 Adrian Nicol, Duke ............................... 1.25 Robin Kibben, Clemson ..................... 1.25 Jen Rohrig, Duke .................................. 1.45 Jen Rohrig, Duke .................................. 1.39 Amber Willey, North Carolina .......... 1.47 Lindsay Smith, North Carolina......... 1.40 Dena Schorn, Georgia Tech .............. 1.41 Cindy Stern, Clemson ......................... 1.58 le Stephanie Schulz, hulz Clemson .............. 1.39 Anna Nedderman, Georgia erman, G org Tech .... 1.49 Krista Buchholz, North Carolina hholz, Nort h Ca na ...... 1.28 Holly Strauss, Carolina 1.39 trauss, North C na ........... ..... 1. Jayme me Gergen, Georgia Geor Tech ........... ..... .... 1.21 Rachel Wagener, Maryland M rylan ............... .... . 1.50 NC State .................... Stefani Eddins, N Stat ..... ............ 1.56 1 56 Rachel Wagener, Maryland ............... 1.61 Wagen r, Ma ryland ... Jourdan No Norman, man Duke Duke...................... ........... ..... 1.61 1.6 Hepburn, 1.71 Danielle Hepb n, Clemson Clem mso ............. .......... 1 Felicia Feli Willoughby, Willoughbyy, Virginia Virgin a Tech..... Tech 1.51 Danielle Hepburn, 1.50 elle He pburn, Clemson C Clemson ............. . Jordana rdana Price, Price e, Florida Florida State .............. 1.31 Alexa Rand, Clemson .......................... 1.45 Ale a R and, Cle emson ....

SERVICE SERVICE ACES PER P SET

Terre Ter Welch, NC State........................10.36 ........................10. Sherri Vogel, North Carolina...........12.81 ...........1 1 Susan Wilson, Duke ...........................11.63 ........................ 1.63 Lauren Libeu, Duke ...........................10.81 ................... ..10 1 Melinda Dudley, NC State ...............10.47 . ..... 7 Stacey Anderson, Virginia ...............11.55 .... ...1 5 Karen Greiner, Duke ..........................11.72 .... . .....11 Karen Greiner, Duke ..........................13.58 ren Greiner ..... .... 13.5 Cappy Meyer, Dukee ...........................12.66 C .. ............ 2 66 Cappy Meyer, Duke Capp uke ...........................13.23 ........... ..... 3.23 Campbell, Kristen C pbell Duke e ...................13.82 .......... ...13.82 Andrea N Nachtrieb, chtrie , Georgiaa Te Tech..........13.50 ........13 Andrea Nach Andre Nachtrieb, rieb, Georgia TTech ech ..... .........14.62 Fiona Fio a Bolten, Bo n, Florida F rida State S ate ..............12.86 ..... Fiona ona Bolten, n, Florida Florid State ..............14.18 Jessi Bet Betcher,r Clemson Jess Clemson .....................14.17 . Rackham, North C Carolina ........13.36 EEve Rackha Ashlee Phillips, Wake Forest ...........12.85 A ee Phill Ashle ps, Wak Jennifer Je nnife Anderson, derson, Florida State.........13.24 Kele Ev Kel Eveland, eland, G Georgia Tech...............14.93 Lindsey Lind ey Laba Laband, Georgia Tech ..............15.40 Alii Hausf Hausfeld, Duke..............................13.25 Hausfeld, Duke..............................13.21 Ali Ha Hausfeld, Duke..............................14.17 Ali H Nikki Baker, Florida State .................10.89 N Mary Ashley Tippins, Georgia Tech .....11.27 Kellie Catanach, Duke .......................11.26

1984 19 4 1985 1986 1987 1988 19 1989 19 89 1990 1991 1992 1 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Terre Welch, W ch, NC State.......................... 0.84 Johanna Johanna Fry, NC State......................... 0.77 Johanna Jo anna Fry, F NC State......................... 1.01 Patty Lake, La NC State ............................ 0.69 Patty Lake, NC State ............................ 0.69 Sylvia Thomson, Duke ........................ 0.73 Sy Janie Borcherding, Duke ................... 0.62 Jennifer Wagner, Georgia Tech ........ 0.73 Cris Omiecinski, Georgia Tech ......... 0.68 Andrea Nachtrieb, Georgia Tech ........ 0.63 Luiza Ramos, Florida State ................ 0.43 Whitney Casey, Virginia...................... 0.60 Whitney Casey, Virginia...................... 0.60 Holly Schneider, Florida State.......... 0.47 Skye Frost, Clemson ............................ 0.45 Ashley Harris, Duke ............................. 0.46 Lynnsy Jones, Maryland..................... 0.45 Trina Maso de Moya, Wake Forest ......... 0.60 Jill Sonne, Duke .................................... 0.52 Valerie Rydberg, Wake Forest .......... 0.71 Valeria Tipiana, Miami ........................ 0.51 Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia ................... 0.57 Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia ................... 0.64 Mira Djuric, Florida State ................... 0.73 Rachael Moss, Duke ............................ 0.43 Mira Djuric, Florida State ................... 0.55 Justine Record, Virginia Tech............ 0.38

Bold denotes led the nation

34

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


ANNUAL TEAM LEADERS HITTING PERCENTAGE 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

NC State .................................................... .307 Duke........................................................... .288 North Carolina ........................................ .248 North Carolina ........................................ .254 North Carolina ........................................ .251 North Carolina ........................................ .271 Duke........................................................... .266 Duke........................................................... .303 Georgia Tech ........................................... .265 Duke........................................................... .299 Duke........................................................... .273 Georgia Tech ........................................... .275 Georgia Tech ........................................... .266 Florida State ............................................ .260 Florida State ............................................ .261 Clemson ................................................... .275 Georgia Tech ........................................... .259 Duke........................................................... .256 Georgia Tech ........................................... .283 Georgia Tech ........................................... .331 Georgia Tech ........................................... .300 0 Maryland .................................................. .265 265 Florida State ............................................ .266 Clemson ..................................................... .272 Clemson ................................................... .... .262 Florida State ............................................ ..... .300 Miami......................................................... ...... .255

KILLS PER SET 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 01 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 200 2010 20

Duke ........................................................13.51 Duke ........................................................14.82 Clemson .................................................14.87 North Carolina .....................................13.25 3.25 North Carolina .....................................14.38 ....14.38 Duke ........................................................14.58 ..........14.58 Duke ........................................................14.89 ...............14.89 Duke ........................................................17.53 ....................17.53 Duke ........................................................15.23 ........................15.2 Florida State .........................................16.22 ...........................1 Maryland................................................16.63 ........................... Georgia Tech.........................................16.55 .......................... Georgia Tech.........................................18.22 ........................... Maryland................................................16.77 ........................... Florida State .........................................17.51 ............................ Wake Forest ..........................................17.19 ke Fore ............................. Georgia Tech Tec .........................................17.45 .............................. Georgia Tech.........................................16.15 ................................ Georgia Tech Tech..........................................16.71 .................................1 Georgia Tech Te .........................................18.26 ...............................18.2 Georgia Georg Tech.........................................18.64 ............................18.64 Duke Du ........................................................16.47 ........................16.47 Duke ........................................................17.12 ....................17.12 Duke ........................................................17.53 ...............17.53 Georgia Tech.........................................13.80 ........13.80 Duke ........................................................13.83 13.83 Miami ......................................................14.28

DIGS PER SET 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Georgia Tech..........................................18.39 ............... 18.39 Maryland .................................................18.15 and.............................. 18.15 Clemson ..................................................23.77 mson ...................................... 3.77 NC State .............................................. ..................................................18.37 37 NC ..................................................19.20 C State ..................................................1 Virginia rginia ....................................................19.47 Maryland aryland.................................................22.29 Duke ke .........................................................20.03 Dukee .........................................................18.83 NC State tate ..................................................19.71 Duke .........................................................23.08 NC State ate ..................................................18.72 Duke .........................................................19.05 ......................................................19.05 Maryland .................................................20.24 nd.................................................20 Wake Forest ...........................................18.21 orest ........................................ North Carolina ......................................19.09 rolina ............................. Wake Forest ...........................................18.11 est ............................. North Carolina ......................................17.58 olina ................... North Carolina ......................................18.10 lina .................... Duke .........................................................18.55 ............................ Duke .........................................................19.83 ............................ .83 Duke .........................................................19.50 ............................. 19.5 Duke .........................................................18.79 .......................... .... 1 79 Duke .........................................................18.82 .................... .... 82 North Carolina .............. ......................................18.21 ..... ....1 1 North Carolina ......................................16.35 ...... .... ...... 16.35 5 North Carolina ......................................18.49 .... . ..... 18.49

BLOCKS PER SET 1984 1985 1986 1 1987 19 1988 198 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 20

ASSISTS PER SET 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 90 1991 199 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 98 1999 2000 0 2001 001 2002 200 2 2003 003 3 2004 2005 2006 200 2007 20 007 2008 008 2009 2010 201

NC State .................................................12.54 .......................12. North Carolina .....................................14.58 ..............................1 8 .....................................13.22 North Carolina .................................. 3.22 NC State ......................................... .................................................12.13 ..12 3 NC State .................................... .................................................13.35 .... 5 .....................................12.97 North Carolina ................. ..... ..1 7 Duke ........................................................12.83 ........................... ..... ......1 Duke uke ........................................................15.98 .... ..... 15. Clemson .................................................13.81 C ..... ............. 3 1 Florida Flori State .........................................14.90 .... .......... ..... 4.90 Maryland................................................14.99 Maryland .... ............. ..14.99 Georgia Tech ch..........................................14.94 ............. .... ........14 Georgia Georg Tech.........................................16.16 .... .............. .......... Maryland................................................14.49 Ma land .... ....... .......... Florida .........................................15.70 rida State e ........... .......... Clemson Clem son .................................................15.54 .......... Georgia G rgia Tech Tec .........................................15.79 .......... Georgia G Geor rgia Tech Tec .........................................14.55 .......... Georgia .........................................15.35 G eorg Tech T ch...... Georgia Ge rgi Tech.........................................17.05 Georgia Geo gia Tech.........................................17.34 Duke ke ........................................................15.24 ..... Duke ........................................................15.81 Duke Duk ........................................................16.37 Georgia Tech.........................................12.97 G Duke ........................................................12.90 North Carolina .....................................13.38

Duke........................................................... 3.77 Maryland .................................................. 3.86 Clemson ................................................... 3.84 Clemson ................................................... 2.83 NC State .................................................... 2.74 Virginia ...................................................... 3.28 Duke........................................................... 2.78 Duke........................................................... 3.00 Duke........................................................... 3.10 North Carolina ........................................ 2.85 Duke........................................................... 3.13 Georgia Tech ........................................... 3.04 Georgia Tech ........................................... 3.32 Clemson ................................................... 3.30 Clemson ................................................... 3.14 North Carolinaa .... ........................................ 3.14 North Carolina ........................................ 2.68 na ........ Duke........................................................... .................... ....... .. ..... 2.80 Georgia Tech ........................................... 2.80 ................. .... ..... 2 Maryland .................................................. land ..................... ..... .... ..... 2.97 Maryland ................. .................................................. ..... .... . 3.15 Maryland ............ .................................................. 3.23 .... ..... .............. 3 23 Maryland ....... .................................................. ..... .............. 3.19 Virginia Tech ............................................ .... ..... .............. ..... 3.26 Clemson ................................................... 2.85 .... ............ ..... .......... 2 Clemson ................................................... Clem n ... ........ .......... .......... 2.74 Clemson 2.82 son ................................................... .. ............. .. ..........

SERVICE S ERVICE ACES P PER SET 1984 19 4 1985 1986 1987 1988 19 1989 19 89 1990 1991 1992 19 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Duke........................................................... Duke... .......... 2.82 Virginia ......... ...................................................... 2.88 Virgin NC N C State tate ...................................................... 3.49 NC C State .................................................... 2.84 Maryland .................................................. 2.71 Maryl Clemson ................................................... 2.58 Cle Duke........................................................... 2.27 D Georgia Tech ........................................... 2.70 Georgia Tech ........................................... 2.30 Georgia Tech ........................................... 2.50 Florida State ............................................ 2.09 Maryland .................................................. 1.97 Maryland .................................................. 2.07 Georgia Tech ........................................... 1.96 Virginia ...................................................... 1.73 Georgia Tech ........................................... 1.91 Duke........................................................... 1.98 Virginia ...................................................... 1.81 Virginia ...................................................... 1.81 Wake Forest ............................................. 2.05 Duke........................................................... 1.73 Virginia ...................................................... 2.08 Virginia ...................................................... 2.43 Florida State ............................................ 2.10 Virginia Tech ............................................ 1.69 Florida State ............................................ 1.46 Maryland .................................................. 1.35

Bold denotes led the nation

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

35


ACC CAREER RECORDS PCT. .385 .384 .367 .364 .371 .357 .353 .353 .349 .348

BLOCKS PER SET Years 1. Danielle Hepburn, Clemson ...................... 05-08 2. Anna Nedderman, Georgia Tech.............. 98-99 3. Rachel Wagener, Maryland ........................ 02-05 4. Jourdan Norman, Duke ............................... 05-08 Alexa Rand, Clemson ......................... 09-10 6. Amanda Santos, Florida State ................... 03-04 Ciara Michel, Miami ...................................... 03-07 8. Cindy Stern, Clemson................................... 96-99 9. Jen Rohrig, Duke............................................ 90-93 10. Dena Schorn, Georgia Tech........................ 96-97

Blocks 684 177 649 640 319 284 573 611 529 245

Avg. 1.47 1.38 1.37 1.36 1.36 1.33 1.33 1.31 1.30 1.28

KILLS Years Carrie DeMange, Duke ................................................. 04-07 Laura Kimbrell, NC State ............................................... 95-98 Sharon German, North Carolina ................................ 86-89 Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia ............................................... 04-07 Ashley Wacholder, Duke ............................................... 91-94 Leslie Finn, Clemson ....................................................... 01-04 Lynnette Moster, Georgia Tech................................... 01-04 Trina Maso de Moya, Wake Forest ............................. 98-01 Luiza Ramos, Florida State ........................................... 91-94 Maja Pachale, Georgia Tech ......................................... 98-01

Kills 1,976 1,969 1,937 1,924 1,915 1,906 1,859 1,848 1,847 1,836

KILLS PER SET Years Ashley Wacholder, Duke .............................. 91-94 Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia .............................. 04-07 Carrie DeMange, Duke ................................. 04-07 Nicole Reis, North Carolina ......................... 00-01 Diane Brown, Duke ........................................ 84-85 Maja Pachale, Georgia Tech ........................ 98-01 Leslie Finn, Clemson ...................................... 01-04 Trina Maso de Moya, Wake Forest ............ 98-01 9. Luiza Ramos, Florida State .......................... 91-94 10. Brittany Ross, Clemson ................................. 04-05

Kills 1915 1924 1976 932 986 1836 1906 1848 1847 997

Avg. 4.52 4.48 4.35 4.33 4.32 4.21 4.19 4.19 4.15 4.14

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

ASSISTS Years Kele Eveland, Georgia Tech ......................................... 00-03 Ali Hausfeld, Duke .......................................................... 04-07 Andrea Nachtrieb, Georgia Tech ............................... 93-96 Mary Frances Scott, Virginia ....................................... 96-99 Erin Berg, North Carolina ............................................. 95-98 Eve Rackham, North Carolina .................................... 99-02 Sherri Vogel, North Carolina ....................................... 85-88 Emily Kirkwood, Virginia .............................................. 03-06 Jessi Betcher, Clemson ................................................. 99-02 Eden Kroeger, Maryland .............................................. 94-97

Assists 6,464 6,183 6,102 6,044 5,751 5,700 5,513 5,424 5,307 5,259

ASSISTS PER SET Years Assists Fiona Bolton, Florida State .......................... 97-98 2979 Ali Hausfeld, Duke .......................................... 04-07 6183 Kele Eveland, Georgia Tech ......................... 00-03 6464 Andrea Nachtrieb, Georgia Tech ............... 93-96 6102 Cappy Meyer, Duke ........................................ 92-93 2660 Lindsey Laband, Georgia Tech ................... 02-05 3130 Eve Rackham, North Carolina .................... 99-02 5700 Erin Berg, North Carolina ............................. 95-98 5751 Kristen Campbell, Duke................................ 94-97 5082 Mary Frances Scott, Virginia ....................... 96-99 6044

Avg. 13.60 13.50 13.38 13.04 12.98 12.93 12.58 12.56 12.55 12.46

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

SERVICE ACES Years Patty Lake, NC State....................................................... 85-88 Jennifer Wagner, Georgia Tech .................................. 91-94 Liz Berg, North Carolina ............................................... 87-90 Wendy Malins, Georgia Tech ...................................... 88-91 Amy Peistrup, North Carolina .................................... 89-92 Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia .............................................. 04-07 Tricia Hopkins, Duke...................................................... 87-90 Lynnsy Jones, Maryland ............................................... 00-03 Stephanie Taylor, NC State .......................................... 83-86 Johanna Fry, NC State ................................................... 85-86

Aces 304 250 235 233 231 223 214 211 207 206

SERVICES ACES PER SET Years Johanna Fry, NC State ................................... 85-86 Patty Lake, NC State....................................... 85-88 Mira Djuric, Florida State .............................07, 09 Pam Thomas, Wake Forest ........................... 84-86 Whitney Casey, Virginia ................................ 95-96 Cindy Tucci, Clemson .................................... 84-87 Liz Berg, North Carolina ............................... 87-90 Jennifer Wagner, Georgia Tech .................. 91-94 Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia .............................. 04-07 10. Stephanie Taylor, NC State .......................... 83-86

DIGS Years 1. Didem Ege, Clemson ................................................... 06-09 2. Brianna Eskola, North Carolina ................................ 05-08 3. Amanda Cloyd, Virginia Tech .................................... 04-07 Jenny Shull, Duke ......................................................... 04-07 5. Trina Maso de Moya, Wake Forest .......................... 98-01 6. Cassie Loessberg, Miami ............................................ 06-09 7. Melissa Caldwell, Virginia .......................................... 04-07 8. Anne Marie Hammers, Virginia ................................ 88-91 9. Summer Weissing, Florida State.............................. 04-07 10. Ashley Wacholder, Duke ............................................ 91-94 Megan Thornberry, WF ............................................... 07-10

Digs 2,303 2,238 2,200 2,200 2,010 2,008 1,954 1,886 1,859 1,818 1,818

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

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

HITTING PERCENTAGE YEARS Adrian Nicol, Duke................................. 91-94 Linda Kraft, Duke .................................. 84-86 Cara Baarendse, Virginia Tech .... 09-10 Alexandra Preiss, Georgia Tech ........ 00-03 Brianna Barry, Florida State ............... 06-09 Danielle Hepburn, Clemson .............. 05-08 Jayme Gergen, Georgia Tech ............ 01-04 Christiana Gray, Duke ................. 09-10 Tori Seibert, North Carolina ............... 96-99 Kerry Annel, Georgia Tech ................. 92-95

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

KILLS 1,303 1,250 665 1,251 1,140 1,509 1,026 480 1,736 1,603

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

DIGS PER SET Didem Ege, Clemson Amanda Cloyd, Virginia Tech Jenny Shull, Duke Brianna Eskola, North Carolina Trina Maso de Moya, Wake Forest Maureen Reindl, Duke Megan Thornberry, Wake Forest Melissa Caldwell, Virginia Ashley Wacholder, Duke Summer Weissing, Florida State

Years 06-09 04-07 04-07 05-08 98-01 94-97 07-10 04-07 91-94 04-07

Aces 206 304 152 169 128 197 235 250 223 207

Avg. 0.89 0.65 0.64 0.61 0.60 0.58 0.54 0.52 0.52 0.51

Digs 2,303 2,200 2,200 2,238 2,010 1,562 1,818 1,954 1,818 1,859

Avg. 4.88 4.77 4.76 4.70 4.56 4.54 4.46 4.40 4.29 4.19

Minimum two seasons played

36

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


ACC SEASON RECORDS SINGLE SEASON TEAM RECORDS VICTORIES 41 - North Carolina (41-13), 1980 41 - NC State (41-7), 1981 WINNING PERCENTAGE .931 - Maryland (27-2), 1997 LOSSES 33 - Clemson (15-33), 1983 KILLS 2,551 - Georgia Tech, 1996 KILLS PER SET 18.64 - Georgia Tech, 2004 HITTING PERCENTAGE .331 - Georgia Tech, 2003 ATTEMPTS 6,167 - Georgia Tech, 1996 ASSISTS 2,263 - Georgia Tech, 1996 ASSISTS PER SET 17.34 - Georgia Tech, 2004 SERVICE ACES 443 - NC State, 1984 SERVICE ACES PER SET 3.49 - NC State, 1986 SOLO BLOCKS 352 - Clemson, 1982 BLOCK ASSISTS 778 - Georgia Tech, 1996 BLOCKS PER SET 4.56 - Clemson, 1982 DIGS 3,042 - Clemson, 1986

INDIVIDUAL - Top 5

TEAM - Top 5

YEAR 2004 1989 2004 2002 1991

KILLS PER SET Leslie Finn, Clemson ............................ 5.61 Sharon German, North Carolina ...... 5.53 Lynnette Moster, Georgia Tech ........ 5.27 Lynnette Moster, Georgia Tech ........ 5.20 Ashley Wacholder, Duke ..................... 5.13

YEAR 2004 2003 1996 1991 2007

KILLS PER SET Georgia Tech .........................................18.64 Georgia Tech .........................................18.26 Georgia Tech .........................................18.22 Duke.........................................................17.53 Duke.........................................................17.53

YEAR 2009 1994 2003 1988 2008

HITTING PERCENTAGE Brianna Barry, Florida State ............... .492 Adrian Nicol, Duke ........................426 Alexandra Preiss, Georgia Tech ........ .417 Beth Brockell, Virginia .......................... .404 Felicia Willoughby, Virginia Tech ............ .402

YEAR 2003 1984 1991 2004 2009

HITTING PERCENTAGE Georgia Tech ........................................... .331 NC State .................................................... .307 Duke........................................................... .303 Georgia Tech ........................................... .300 Florida State ............................................ .300

YEAR 2004 2003 1996 1998 1999 2007

ASSISTS PER SET Lindsey Laband, Georgia Tech........15.40 Kele Eveland, Georgia Tech..............14.93 Andrea Nachtrieb, Georgia Tech ..........14.62 Fiona Bolten, Florida State ...............14.18 Jessi Betcher, Clemson ......................14.17 Ali Hausfeld, Duke...............................14.17

YEAR 2004 2003 2007 1996 1991 2006

ASSISTS PER SET Georgia Tech .........................................17.34 Georgia Tech .........................................17.05 Duke.........................................................16.37 Georgia Tech .........................................16.16 Duke.........................................................15.98 Duke.........................................................15.81

YEAR 1986 1984 1985 1989 1991 2007

SERVICE ACES PER SET Johanna Fry, NC State.......................... 1.01 Terre Welch, NC State........................... 0.84 Johanna Fry, NC State.......................... 0.77 Sylvia Thomson, Duke ......................... 0.73 Jennifer Wagner, Georgia Tech ......... 0.73 Mira Djuric, Florida State .................... 0.73

YEAR 1986 1986 1985 1987 1984

SERVICE ACES PER SET NC State .................................................... 3.49 Clemson ................................................... 2.99 Virginia ...................................................... 2.88 NC State .................................................... 2.84 Duke........................................................... 2.82

YEAR 2004 2005 2007 2005 2006

DIGS PER SET Stephanie Istvan, Duke ....................... 5.99 Allison Anderson, Boston College ......... 5.90 Brianna Eskola, North Carolina......... 5.79 Taylor Rayfield, North Carolina......... 5.65 Allison Anderson, Boston College ...........5.54

YEAR 1986 1994 1990 1997 1991

DIGS PER SET Clemson .................................................23.77 Duke.........................................................23.08 Maryland ................................................22.29 Maryland ................................................20.24 Duke.........................................................20.03

YEAR 1985 1986 1984 1988 1996

BLOCKS PER SET Maryland .................................................. 3.86 Clemson ................................................... 3.84 Duke........................................................... 3.77 Virginia ...................................................... 3.44 Georgia Tech ........................................... 3.32

YEAR 1984 2006 1985 2005

BLOCKS PER SET Kim Rose, North Carolina ................... 1.82 Danielle Hepburn, Clemson .............. 1.71 Sheila Fearnow, Maryland.................. 1.67 Rachel Wagener, Maryland ................ 1.61 Jourdan Norman, Duke....................... 1.61 2006 Katie Oakes, Virginia............................. 1.61

Bold denotes led the nation

DIGS PER SET 23.95 - Clemson, 1986

SINGLE SEASON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS KILLS PER SET 5.61 - Leslie Finn, Clemson (2004)

ASSISTS 1,905 - Kele Eveland, Georgia Tech (2002)

SOLO BLOCK 115 - Judy Sackfield, Clemson (1982)

TOTAL KILLS 684 - Leslie Finn, Clemson (2004)

ASSISTS PER SET 15.40 - Lindsey Laband, Georgia Tech (2004)

BLOCK ASSISTS 177 - Rachel Wagener, Maryland (2003)

HITTING PERCENTAGE .492 - Brianna Barry, Florida State (2009)

SERVICE ACES 107 - Terre Welch, NC State (1984) 107 - Johanna Fry, NC State (1986)

BLOCKS PER SET 1.82 - Kim Rose, North Carolina (1984)

ATTEMPTS 1,739 - Leslie Finn, Clemson (2004)

SERVICE ACES PER SET 1.01 - Johanna Fry, NC State (1986)

DIGS PER GAME 5.99 - Stephanie Istvan, Duke (2004) TOTAL DIGS 758 - Anne Marie Hammers, Virginia (1989)

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

37


Conference W L Pct. 7 0 1.000 5 2 .714 5 2 .714 4 3 .571 4 3 .571 2 5 .285 1 6 .143 0 7 .000

Overall W L 31 9 19 15 12 21 24 17 19 16 8 28 13 22 4 22

Pct. .775 .558 .364 .585 .542 .222 .371 .154

Team Duke North Carolina NC State Maryland Virginia Clemson Wake Forest Georgia Tech

Conference W L Pct. 6 1 .857 6 1 .857 5 2 .714 4 3 .571 3 4 .429 3 4 .429 1 6 .143 0 7 .000

Overall W L 24 9 30 14 17 17 18 14 18 20 13 26 14 20 4 26

Pct. .727 .682 .500 .563 .474 .333 .412 .133

Team North Carolina NC State Duke Maryland Clemson Virginia Wake Forest Georgia Tech

Conference W L Pct. 7 0 1.000 6 1 .857 714 5 2 .714 4 3 571 .571 3 4 429 .429 2 5 286 .286 6 143 1 .143 0 7 .000

Overall W L 25 13 19 12 17 12 21 18 21 13 16 20 16 17 8 20

Pct. .658 .613 .586 .539 .618 .444 .485 .286

Team NC State North Carolina Duke Virginia Clemson Maryland Georgia Tech

Conference P Pc W L Pct. 5 1 .833 .83 .8 4 2 .6 .667 .66 .66 4 2 .667 4 2 .6 .667 .66 3 3 .5 .50 .500 1 5 .1 .167 .16 0 6 .000 .0 .00

Overall W L 21 10 23 13 15 16 12 22 21 16 10 18 18 20

Pct. .677 .639 .483 .353 .568 .357 .474

1983 1984 1985

Pct. .700 .811 .744 .600 .605 .258 .459

Team Maryland Duke North Carolina NC State Clemson Virginia Georgia Tech

Conference W L Pct. P t. Pc 5 1 .833 .833 33 33 5 1 .833 .8 .8 83 33 33 4 2 ..667 667 66 67 3 3 ..500 50 500 5 0 00 2 4 .3 33 33 3 .333 2 4 ..333 333 33 333 .00 00 0 6 .000

Overall W L 22 12 21 9 14 18 9 19 23 14 17 14 8 30

Pct. .647 .700 .438 .321 .622 .548 .211

Team Duke Maryland North Carolina Georgia Tech NC State Clemson Virginia Florida State

Conference W L Pct. 7 0 1.000 5 2 .714 4 3 .571 3 4 .429 3 4 .429 2 5 .286 2 5 .286 2 5 .286

Overall W L 25 7 18 11 18 15 27 9 13 16 22 12 20 14 16 15

Pct. .781 .621 .545 .750 .448 .647 .588 .516

Team Duke Florida State Maryland Georgia Tech North Carolina Clemson Virginia NC State

Conference W L Pct. 6 1 .857 6 1 .857 5 2 .714 4 3 .571 4 3 .571 2 5 .286 1 6 .143 0 7 .000

Overall W L 26 5 26 8 24 9 30 10 19 14 24 9 12 20 11 18

Pct. .839 .765 .727 .750 .576 .727 .545 .379

Team Duke Clemson Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland North Carolina Virginia NC State

Conference W L Pct. 14 0 1.000 10 4 .714 9 5 .643 8 6 .571 6 8 .429 4 10 .286 3 11 .214 2 12 .143

Overall W L 30 3 27 8 24 10 25 13 16 13 16 15 12 20 12 17

Pct. .910 .750 .706 .658 .552 .516 .375 .414

Team Duke Georgia Tech Clemson Maryland Florida State North Carolina NC State Virginia

Conference W L Pct. 11 3 .786 11 3 .786 10 .714 4 8 .571 6 7 .500 7 6 .429 8 2 12 .143 1 13 .071

Overall W L 24 6 26 9 28 8 18 13 17 16 14 18 12 23 10 24

Pct. .800 .743 .778 .581 .515 .438 .343 .294

Team Georgia Tech Clemson Maryland North Carolina NC State Duke Florida State Virginia

Conference W L Pct. 12 2 2 .857 11 3 .786 10 4 .714 7 7 .500 6 8 .428 6 8 .428 11 .214 3 0 8 078 1 13 .078

Overall W L 29 7 23 10 22 10 17 18 20 15 7 18 11 19 9 22

Pct. .806 .697 .687 .486 .571 .280 .367 .290

Team Maryland Georgia Tech Duke North Carolina Clemson Virginia Florida State NC State Wake Forest

Conference W L Pcct. t Pct. 1.0 0 1.0 16 0 1.000 11 11 5 .688 .688 8 10 6 .625 10 .625 625 5 9 7 .563 63 63 .563 9 7 .56 63 63 7 9 ..438 43 38 38 10 6 1 0 ..375 375 37 3 75 5 .250 4 12 12 .25 .2 2 0 16 0 1 6 .00 .000 00 00

Overall W L 26 5 32 5 15 12 20 12 17 15 24 11 12 19 21 16 10 23

Pct. .839 .800 .556 .625 .531 .686 .387 .568 .303

1989

Team Duke NC State North Carolina Maryland Virginia Clemson Wake Forest Georgia Tech

Pct. .656 .750 .400 .583 .525 .333 .556

Overall W L 21 9 30 7 29 10 21 14 23 15 8 23 17 20

1990

Pct. .676 .579 .553 .459 .313 .500 .342 .111

L 11 9 18 15 19 22 16

Conference W L Pct. P t. Pc t 6 0 1.000 4 2 .667 4 2 .667 7 4 2 .667 7 2 4 ..333 333 3 1 5 ..167 167 0 6 .000 .0 0 .00

1991

Overall W L 25 12 22 16 21 17 17 20 15 33 22 22 13 25 3 24

Overall O W 21 27 12 21 21 11 20

1992

Team North Carolina NC State Maryland Duke Clemson Virginia Wake Forest Georgia Tech

Conference L Pctt. Pc W Pct. 6 1 .857 6 1 ..857 8 857 5 2 ..714 714 .7 5 2 .714 3 4 .429 2 5 .286 1 6 .143 .000 0 7 .000

Pct. P t. Pc 1 1.000 .000 .833 3 .667 7 ..333 333 3 .333 .333 .000 .000

1993

Pct. .667 .688 .556 .559 .535 .595 .406 .579

L 0 1 2 4 4 4 6

Team North Carolina Clemson Virginia Duke Maryland NC State Georgia Tech

1994

Overall W L 26 13 24 11 25 20 19 15 23 20 25 17 15 22 22 16

Pct. .755 .854 .222 .680 .630 .525 .513 .500

Conference ence Team W NC State 6 North Carolina 5 Duke 4 Virginia 2 Clemson 2 Maryland 2 Georgia Tech 0

1995

Team North Carolina NC State Duke Clemson Maryland Wake Forest Virginia Georgia Tech

Conference W L Pct. Pct 6 0 1.000 5 1 ..834 8 834 .6 667 4 2 .667 3 3 .5 .500 500 2 4 .333 1 5 .167 0 6 .000 --0 0 -----

1986

38

Pct. .780 .759 .632 .589 .535 .488 .269 .100

1996

1980 1981

Overall W L 37 12 41 7 6 21 34 16 32 19 21 19 20 19 20 20

1982

Conference W L Pct. Pctt. Pc 3 1 .750 2 1 ..667 6 667 1 3 .250 .2 250 1 2 .3 .333 333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 .00 0 0

BOLD - denotes ACC Tournament Champion # - denotes ACC champion (2005-09)

W 39 41 24 23 23 21 7 3

Overall L 11 13 14 16 20 22 19 27

Team North Carolina NC State Duke Clemson Maryland Virginia Wake Forest Georgia Tech

1987

W

Conference Confe Co nf ren ence en ce L Pct. Pct.

Team NC State North Carolina Wake Forest Georgia Tech Maryland Clemson Duke Virginia

1988

ALL-TIME STANDINGS

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


Pct. .784 .765 .694 .667 .629 .636 .448 .310 .355

Team Clemson North Carolina Wake Forest Virginia Duke Georgia Tech NC State Maryland Florida State

Conference W L Pct. Pct. 1 15 1 .938 8 14 2 .875 10 0 6 .62 .625 25 9 7 .563 63 38 38 7 9 .438 6 10 .375 7 5 11 .313 5 1 11 .313 3 1 1 5 ..063 063 6 15

Overall W L 31 3 28 6 25 9 19 12 13 14 17 14 16 19 12 19 8 23

Pct. .912 .824 .735 .613 .481 .548 .457 .387 .258

Overall W L 26 8 25 8 21 9 21 11 21 13 16 15 13 18 14 16 9 22

Pct. .765 .758 .700 .656 .618 .516 .419 .467 .290

2001

Team Duke North Carolina Georgia Tech Wake Forest Florida State Maryland Clemson Virginia NC State

C Co nference Conference L W Pct. 1 13 3 .812 12 4 .750 2 50 12 4 .750 10 0 6 .62 25 .625 10 0 6 .625 25 5 7 9 ..438 438 4 1 2 .250 12 3 13 13 .188 .18 8 1 15 062 .062

Overall W L 23 5 24 9 19 8 20 11 17 12 12 14 11 17 9 18 6 21

Pct. .821 .727 .704 .645 .586 .462 .393 .333 .222

2002

Team North Carolina Georgia Tech Duke Florida State Clemson Maryland Wake Forest Virginia NC State

Conference W L Pct. 15 1 .938 13 3 .813 11 5 .688 10 6 .625 8 8 .500 7 9 .4 .438 6 10 .37 .375 12 2 14 .125 0 16 .000

Overall W L 32 4 33 6 24 10 21 13 17 15 18 14 14 18 9 25 3 32

Pct. .889 .846 .706 .618 .531 .563 .438 .265 .086

2003

Team Georgia Tech Maryland Wake Forest North Carolina Virginia Clemson Duke Florida State NC State

Conferenc nce nc Conference L P t. Pc t W Pct. 5 .9 938 15 1 .938 12 .750 .75 12 4 .750 1 10 6 .62 25 .625 10 10 6 .6 62 625 62 .625 8 8 ..500 500 500 6 1 0 ..375 37 375 37 10 10 .375 37 6 10 .375 5 1 11 1 ..313 313 13 13 0 16 .000 00 000 00

Overall W L 34 4 27 8 21 10 20 12 25 9 18 16 10 19 16 17 7 25

Pct. .895 .771 .677 .625 .735 .529 .345 .485 .219

Team Georgia Tech Miami Duke Florida State North Carolina Virginia Virginia Tech Maryland Clemson Wake Forest NC State

Conference W L Pct. P t. Pc 1 000 1. 00 00 16 0 1.000 .688 11 1 5 .68 6 8 10 6 .625 10 .625 625 9 7 .563 563 3 9 7 ..563 563 56 6 63 8 8 ..500 500 50 500 00 .438 7 9 .4 438 7 9 .438 .438 8 .438 7 9 .4 438 8 .250 4 12 250 25 50 0 16 .000

Overall W L 27 7 17 9 20 10 18 11 19 15 19 11 13 16 18 15 20 14 13 17 10 21

Pct. .794 .654 .667 .621 .559 .633 .448 .545 .588 .433 .323

2004

2000

Team North Carolina Georgia Tech Wake Forest Florida State Duke Virginia Clemson Maryland NC State

Co C nference e Conference L t. W Pct. 13 3 .812 2 13 3 .812 10 6 .62 625 62 5 .625 9 7 .5 562 2 .562 .5 500 0 8 8 .500 8 8 ..500 500 6 10 .375 5 4 12 .25 2 0 25 .250 1 15 062 .062

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

2005

Overall W L 29 8 26 8 25 11 22 11 22 13 21 12 13 16 9 20 11 20

Overall W L 23 10 28 5 24 8 20 11 16 15 16 14 13 17 17 14 13 18 12 18 9 22 7 23

2006

Conference W Pct. L .613 13 3 3 .6 .61 3 1 12 2 4 .75 .750 50 11 5 ..688 688 10 0 6 ..625 6 625 10 6 .625 10 .6 .62 625 7 9 .43 .438 5 1 11 .31 .313 313 31 3 4 12 .250 12 250 25 50 5 0 0 16 .000 .00 0 0

Conference W L Pct. 18 8 4 ..818 8 818 18 4 .818 17 5 .773 1 15 7 .682 2 12 10 .545 2 10 45 11 1 11 1 .500 0 00 .500 11 1 11 1 .50 00 10 12 .455 14 8 1 4 .364 7 15 15 ..318 31 318 4 18 .182 1 21 .045

Team North Carolina # Maryland Duke Virginia Georgia Tech Miami Florida State Wake Forest Virginia Tech Clemson Boston College NC State

Duke # Virginia Clemson Florida State Georgia Tech Virginia Tech Wake Forest Boston College Miami North Carolina Maryland NC State

21 16 15 5 13 12 11 10 10 9 9 6 0

2007

Team North Carolina Virginia Florida State Clemson Georgia Tech Wake Forest Maryland Duke NC State

NOTE: Beginning with the 2005 season, the ACC regular-season champion received the Conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Team Clemson # Duke Georgia Tech Virginia Florida State North Carolina Maryland Miami Virginia Tech Boston College Wake Forest NC State

Conference W L Pct. 21 1 .955 9 .864 19 3 .864 16 16 6 .727 13 9 .59 .591 91 13 9 ..591 591 91 11 1 11 .500 0 10 12 .455 8 14 .36 64 .364 8 1 14 4 ..364 36 64 8 14 4 .364 364 36 5 17 .227 0 22 .000

Overall W L 29 4 25 7 22 10 18 13 16 14 15 16 18 13 14 17 14 18 14 18 8 23 3 29

Pct. .879 .781 .688 .581 .533 .484 .581 .452 .438 .438 .258 .094

2008

Pct. .931 .735 .765 .558 .484 .529 .452 .343 .250

Team North Carolina # Duke # Miami Clemson Florida State Georgia Tech Virginia Tech Wake Forest Virginia NC State Boston College Maryland

Conference W L Pct. 15 5 ..750 7 750 15 0 15 5 .750 1 4 6 .700 14 14 4 6 ..700 700 0 13 3 7 .650 650 50 12 12 8 .600 .6 600 0 11 1 9 ..550 550 50 50 10 10 10 .500 9 11 .450 0 3 17 .15 .150 15 50 2 18 .100 2 18 .100

Overall W L 22 1 11 1 25 9 25 6 23 10 21 9 20 10 20 11 19 13 17 15 5 9 2 26 6 8 24 6 26

Pct. .667 .735 .813 .696 .700 .667 .645 .594 .531 .257 257 7 .250 .188

2009

Overall W L 27 2 25 9 26 8 19 15 15 16 18 16 14 17 12 23 8 24

Team Florida State # Duke Georgia Tech Clemson Miami North Carolina Virginia Tech Wake Forest Virginia Maryland Boston College NC State

Conference W L Pct. 19 1 ..950 .95 0 17 7 3 .850 .85 8 850 15 5 .750 50 0 13 7 ..650 650 6 0 11 11 9 ..550 .55 5 0 11 1 9 .55 5 0 .550 9 1 1 ..450 4 450 11 9 11 1 .450 .45 .4 0 7 13 3 .35 .350 35 50 6 1 14 .30 3 0 30 .300 2 18 .100 1 19 .050

Overall W L 31 3 27 6 21 10 23 10 18 13 15 16 19 12 11 20 12 19 14 19 12 19 8 27

Pct. .912 .818 .677 .697 .581 .484 .613 .355 .387 .424 .387 .229

Team Duke # North Carolina Miami Florida State Wake Forset Georgia Tech Virginia Tech Maryland Clemson Virginia NC State Boston College

Conference W L Pct. 16 4 .800 15 .750 5 13 .650 7 12 .600 8 11 .550 9 11 9 .550 10 .500 10 10 .500 10 9 1 .450 11 8 12 2 .400 0 4 16 .200 1 19 .050

Overall W L 27 7 25 10 23 9 22 11 19 12 18 14 20 12 19 13 18 13 14 16 14 18 9 24

Pct. .794 .714 .719 .667 .613 .562 .625 .594 .581 .467 .438 .273

Team

2010

1997

Conference Confer renc ence e W Pct. L Pcct. t 16 0 1 1.0 1.000 0 0 000 11 5 .688 88 8 1 10 6 ..625 625 25 5 10 10 6 .625 .625 9 7 .563 6 10 .375 5 .375 6 10 .37 37 375 3 13 .18 .188 88 1 15 .073

1999

Team Maryland Florida State Clemson Georgia Tech Duke Virginia North Carolina NC State Wake Forest

1998

ALL-TIME STANDINGS

Conference W L Pct. 1 6 7 9 10 11 12 12 13 13 16 22

.955 .727 .682 .591 591 545 .545 .500 500 .455 455 .455 455 .409 .409 .273 273 .000

Pct. .697 .848 .750 .645 .516 .533 .433 .548 .419 .400 .290 .233

Overall W L Pct.

29 23 20 19 20 17 14 12 12 11 13 2

4 8 10 12 12 14 17 19 19 20 18 29

.879 .742 .667 .613 .625 .548 .452 .387 .387 .355 .419 .065

39


ACC COACHING RECORDS HEAD COACHES RECORDS (coaching at an ACC school) Years in ACC Only

Years

Overall Won Lost Pct.

COACHING RECORDS - ALL MATCHES (minimum three years)

ACC Regular Season ACC Titles Won Lost Pct. (Outright-Tied)

BOSTON COLLEGE Andrea Leonard ............... 5 (2005-09) Chris Campbell ........................1 (2010)

55 9

102 24

.350 .273

26 1

80 19

.245 .050

0 0

CLEMSON Linda Copeland ................ 2 (1980-81) Margie Wessel ................... 2 (1982-83) Wayne Norris ..................... 2 (1984-85) Linda White........................ 6 (1986-91) Ernie Arill ...................................1 (1992) Jolene Hoover .................18 (1993-10)

55 38 34 48 21 54 138 81 24 9 378 208

.591 .415 .280 .630 .727 .645

0 6 5 16 2 185

0 7 9 22 5 127

.000 .462 .357 .421 .286 .593

0 0 0 0 0 1

DUKE Jon Wilson ........................15 (1980-94) Linda Grensing ................. 4 (1995-98) Jolene Nagel....................12 (1999-10)

301 187 46 66 268 112

.617 .411 .705

83 29 160

21 33 62

.798 .468 .721

7 0 2-1

FLORIDA STATE Cecile Reynaud ...............11 (1991-01) Todd Kress .......................... 6 (2002-07) Chris Poole ......................... 3 (2008-10)

192 154 103 84 74 23

.555 .551 .763

75 61 44

77 53 16

.493 .535 .733

1 0 1

GEORGIA TECH David Houser .................... 2 (1980-81) Mary Ann Ingram............. 2 (1982-83) Terry Chambers .......................1 (1984) Judy Sackfield ................... 6 (1985-90) Shelton Collier ................11 (1991-01) Bond Shymansky ............. 7 (2002-08) Tonya Johnson.................. 2 (2009-10)

43 36 25 40 4 22 75 132 271 114 172 64 39 24

.544 .385 .154 .362 .704 .729 .619

0 0 0 0 100 96 26

0 7 7 38 52 38 14

.000 .000 .000 .000 .658 .716 .650

0 0 0 0 1 1 0

MARYLAND Barb Drum .......................... 8 (1980-87) Janice Kruger ..................20 (1988-07) Tim Horsmon .................... 3 (2008-10)

172 143 380 250 39 58

.546 .603 .402

20 156 18

20 128 42

.500 .549 .300

0 4-1 0

MIAMI Nicole Lantagne Welch.. 7 (2004-10)

126

87

.592

77

65

.542

0

NORTH CAROLINA Beth Miller .......................... 4 (1980-83) Peggy Bradley-Doppes .. 6 (1984-89) Joe Sagula ........................21 (1990-10)

129 50 138 79 421 272

.721 .636 .608

15 33 209

2 6 123

.882 .846 .630

4 2 3-2

NC STATE Pat Hielscher...................... 3 (1980-82) Judy Martino ...................11 (1983-93) Kim Hall ............................... 7 (1994-00) Mary Byrne......................... 5 (2001-05) Charita Stubbs .................. 4 (2006-09) Bryan Bunn ...............................1 (2010)

104 172 101 33 22 14

29 174 138 122 111 18

.782 .497 .423 .213 .165 .438

7 42 21 2 4 4

2 38 87 84 80 16

.778 .525 .194 .023 .048 .200

0 1 0 0 0 0

VIRGINIA Jane Foley Bell .................. 6 (1980-85) Deb Tyson........................... 4 (1986-89) Karen Uhler ........................ 5 (1990-94) Melissa Aldrich Shelton13 (1995-07) Lee Maes ............................. 3 (2008-10)

98 126 78 67 71 92 235 179 43 50

.438 .538 .436 .568 .462

9 12 9 108 24

18 13 39 116 36

.333 .480 .188 .325 .400

0 0 0 0 0

VIRGINIA TECH Greg Smith ......................... 2 (2004-05) Chris Riley ........................... 5 (2006-10)

26 90

34 67

.433 .573

15 49

23 55

.395 .423

0 0

WAKE FOREST Gale Chamblee ........................1 (1980) Fred Wendelboe............... 6 (1981-86) Mary Buczek ...................... 4 (1996-99) Valorie Baker...................... 5 (2000-04) Heather Kahl Holmes ..... 6 (2005-10)

24 14 101 120 64 68 89 65 88 99

.632 .457 .485 .578 .471

0 5 18 40 55

0 30 46 40 71

.000 .143 .281 .500 .437

0 0 0 0 0

Victories 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Joe Sagula, North Carolina................... 421 Janice Kruger, Maryland ....................... 380 Jolene Hoover, Clemson ....................... 378 Jon Wilson, Duke ..................................... 301 Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech .............. 271 Jolene Nagel, Duke ................................. 268 Melissa Aldrich Shelton, Virginia........ 235 Cecile Reynaud, Florida State.............. 192 Bond Shymansky, Georgia Tech ......... 172 Barb Drum, Maryland............................. 172 Judy Martino, NC State .......................... 172 Winning Percentage

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

Pat Hielscher, NC State ......... .782 (104-29) Chris Poole, Florida State ........763 (74-23) BondShymansky,GeorgiaTech..... .729 (172-64) Beth Miller, North Carolina ..... .721 (129-50) Jolene Nagel, Duke...............705 (268-112) Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech......704 (271-114) Jolene Hoover, Clemson .....645 (378-208) PeggyBradley-Doppes,NorthCarolina.... .636 (138-79) Linda White, Clemson .......... .630 (138-81) Jon Wilson, Duke ...................617 (301-187)

COACHING RECORDS - ACC MATCHES Victories 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Joe Sagula, North Carolina....................209 Jolene Hoover, Clemson ........................185 Jolene Nagel, Duke ..................................160 Janice Kruger, Maryland ........................156 Melissa Aldrich Shelton, Virginia.........108 Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech ...............100 Bond Shymansky, Georgia Tech ............ 96 Jon Wilson, Duke ........................................ 83 Nicole Lantagne Welch, Miami .............. 77 Cecile Reynaud, Florida State................. 75 Winning Percentage

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

PeggyBradley-Doppes,NorthCarolina......... .846 (33-6)

Jon Wilson, Duke ........................798 (83-21) Jolene Nagel, Duke................ .721 (160-62) Bond Shymansky, GeorgiaTech........716 (96-38) Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech ..... .658 (100-52) Joe Sagula, North Carolina ...... .63 (209-123) Jolene Hoover, Clemson .......593 (185-127) Janice Kruger, Maryland .......549 (156-128) Nicole LantagneWelch, Miami.............542 (77-65) Todd Kress, Florida State .........535 (61-53)

NOTE: Coaching records noted on this page only reflect wins and losses posted within the years of ACC sponsorship.

40

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


ACC COACHING RECORDS NCAA DIVISION I COACHING RECORDS (Active Coaches)

ACC COACH OF THE YEAR (1985-2009)

By Winning Percentage

Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Coach..................................... School Judy Martino...............................NC State Judy Martino...............................NC State Judy Martino...............................NC State Judy Martino...............................NC State Peggy Bradley-Doppes ...... North Carolina Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Jon Wilson...........................................Duke Cecile Reynaud .................. Florida State Jon Wilson...........................................Duke Jolene Jordan Hoover..............Clemson Shelton Collier................... Georgia Tech Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Joe Sagula........................North Carolina Mary Buczek.........................Wake Forest Cecile Reynaud .................. Florida State Jolene Nagel ......................................Duke Joe Sagula........................North Carolina Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Bond Shymansky.............. Georgia Tech Joe Sagula........................North Carolina Jolene Nagel ......................................Duke Jolene Jordan Hoover..............Clemson Nicole Lantagne Welch ................Miami Chris Poole........................... Florida State Jolene Nagel ......................................Duke

ACC COACH OF THE YEAR TOTALS By School (1985-2010) School No. Maryland ...................4 North Carolina .........4 NC State .....................4 Duke ............................5 Florida State .............3 Georgia Tech.............2 Clemson .....................2 Miami ..........................1 Wake Forest ..............1

Last Coach Year Janice Kruger ...... 2003 Joe Sagula ......... 2005 Judy Marinto....... 1988 Jolene Nagel ....... 2010 Chris Poole......... 2009 Bond Shymansky ..... 2004 Jolene Jordan Hoover ... 2007 Nicole Lantagne Welch..... 2008 Mary Buczek ..... 1999

ACC COACH OF THE YEAR TOTALS By Coach (1985-2008) Coach, School No. Last Judi Martino, NC State ............... 4 ............... 1988 Janice Kruger, Maryland .............. 4 ............... 2003 Joe Sagula, North Carolina .............. 3 .................2005 Jolene Jordan Hoover, Clemson ............ 2 ............... 2007 Jolene Nagel, Duke ..................... 3 ............... 2010 Cecile Reynaud, Florida State .............. 2 ............... 2000 Jon Wilson, Duke ......................... 2 ............... 1993 Chris Poole, Florida State .......... 1 ............... 2009 Nicole Lantagne Welch, Miami .............. 1 ............... 2008 Bond Shymnasky, Georgia Tech .............. 1 ............... 2004 Mary Muczek, Wake Forest.............. 1 ............... 1999 Shelton Collier, Georiga Tech ............. 1 ............... 1995 Peggy Bradley-Joppes, North Carolina............. 1 ............... 1989 TACHIKARA NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech ......................1995

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Coach, School Years Won Lost Pct. Russ Rose, Penn St. ...........................................................................32 ...................... 1,033 ..............164 ............... 0.863 Dave Shoji, Hawaii ............................................................................36 ...................... 1,045 ..............179 ................853+ Mary Wise, Florida .............................................................................24 ..........................713 ..............132 ............... 0.844 John Cook, Nebraska .......................................................................18 ..........................497 ..............102 ..................0.83 John Dunning, Stanford .................................................................26 ..........................726 ..............151 ............... 0.828 Brian Gimmillaro, Long Beach St. ................................................26 ..........................703 ..............171 ............... 0.804 Mick Haley, Southern California...................................................27 ..........................777 ..............196 ................798+ Bobbi Petersen, UNI .........................................................................11 ..........................289 ................ 76 ............... 0.792 Wayne Kreklow, Missouri ...............................................................12 ..........................380 ..............102 ............... 0.788 Jerritt Elliott, Texas ............................................................................12 ..........................291 ................ 82 ..................0.78 Tom Hilbert, Colorado St. ...............................................................22 ..........................532 ..............162 ............... 0.767 Jim McLaughlin, Washington .......................................................14 ..........................327 ..............112 ............... 0.745 Matt Peck, Middle Tenn...................................................................27 ..........................686 ..............249 ............... 0.734 Danijela Tomic, FIU ...........................................................................6 .............................138 ................ 51 ..................0.73 Ed Allen, Alabama .............................................................................19 ..........................494 ..............183 ..................0.73 Jennifer Petrie, San Diego ..............................................................11 ..........................234 ................ 87 ............... 0.729 Barry Goldberg, American .............................................................22 ..........................545 ..............203 ............... 0.729 Carin Avery, Valparaiso ....................................................................11 ..........................276 ..............105 ............... 0.724 Erin Appleman, Yale .........................................................................8 .............................146 ................ 56 ............... 0.723 Bond Shymansky, Marquette........................................................9 .............................213 ................ 85 ............... 0.715 Pete Waite, Wisconsin ......................................................................23 ..........................538 ..............217 ............... 0.713 Chris Poole, Florida St. ................................................... 24.................... 624...........253 ........... 0.712 Geoff Carlston, Ohio St....................................................................11 ..........................254 ..............106 ............... 0.706 Chris Lamb, Wichita St. ....................................................................11 ..........................240 ..............101 ............... 0.704 Mark Rosen, Michigan .....................................................................19 ..........................448 ..............189 ............... 0.703 Tony Trifonov, Florida A&M ............................................................14 ..........................281 ..............126 ..................0.69 Sherry Dunbar, Indiana ...................................................................8 .............................185 ................ 83 ..................0.69 Mike Jordan, New Mexico St. ........................................................13 ..........................285 ..............128 ..................0.69 Kathy Gregory, UC Santa Barbara................................................36 ..........................847 ..............383 ............... 0.689 Kelly Sheffield, Dayton ....................................................................10 ..........................221 ..............100 ............... 0.688 Craig Skinner, Kentucky ..................................................................6 .............................130 ................ 59 ............... 0.688 Travis Hudson, Western Ky. ............................................................16 ..........................376 ..............172 ............... 0.686 Debbie Brown, Notre Dame ..........................................................26 ..........................580 ..............266 ............... 0.686 Melissa Stokes, Missouri St. ...........................................................15 ..........................335 ..............155 ............... 0.684 Jon Wallace, Santa Clara .................................................................12 ..........................244 ..............114 ............... 0.682 Debbie Humphreys, Stephen F. Austin .....................................23 ..........................520 ..............249 ............... 0.676 Jim Moore, Oregon ...........................................................................22 ..........................467 ..............227 ............... 0.673 Reed Sunahara, Cincinnati.............................................................13 ..........................281 ..............139 ............... 0.669 Jolene Jordan Hoover Clemson ..................................... 21.................... 471...........239 ........... 0.663 Laura Neugebauer-Groff, UTSA....................................................17 ..........................402 ..............204 ............... 0.663 Anne Kordes, Louisville ...................................................................7 .............................146 ................ 75 ............... 0.661 Rob Patrick, Tennessee ....................................................................14 ..........................292 ..............150 ............... 0.661 Kelley Hartley, IPFW..........................................................................17 ..........................387 ..............199 ..................0.66 Chris Riley, Virginia Tech ................................................ 11.................... 234...........121 ........... 0.659 Jolene Nagel, Duke ......................................................... 23.................... 471...........252 ........... 0.651 Christy Johnson, Iowa St. ...............................................................6 .............................125 ................ 67 ............... 0.651 Rob Browning, St. Mary’s (CA) ......................................................6 .............................108 ................ 58 ............... 0.651 Rich Feller, California ........................................................................26 ..........................541 ..............297 ............... 0.646 Jing Pu, Syracuse ...............................................................................21 ..........................465 ..............258 ............... 0.643 Beth Launiere, Utah..........................................................................21 ..........................425 ..............238 ............... 0.641 + includes one tie

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Coach School Years Won Lost Pct. Dave Shoji, Hawaii ............................................................................36 .......................1,045 ..............179 ............... .853+ Russ Rose, Penn St. ...........................................................................32 .......................1,033 ..............164 ................0.863 Kathy Gregory, UC Santa Barbara................................................36 .......................... 847 ..............383 ................0.689 Mick Haley, Southern California...................................................27 .......................... 777 ..............196 ............... .798+ John Dunning, Stanford .................................................................26 .......................... 726 ..............151 ................0.828 Karen Chisum, Texas St....................................................................31 .......................... 716 ..............459 .................609# Mary Wise, Florida .............................................................................24 .......................... 713 ..............132 ................0.844 Brian Gimmillaro, Long Beach St. ................................................26 .......................... 703 ..............171 ................0.804 Matt Peck, Middle Tenn...................................................................27 .......................... 686 ..............249 ................0.734 Bob Bertucci, Lehigh ........................................................................32 .......................... 665 ..............385 ................0.633 Jill Hirschinger, New Hampshire ..................................................32 .......................... 649 ..............461 .................584$ Chris Poole, Florida St. ................................................... 24.....................624 .......... 253 ........... 0.712 Joe Sagula, North Carolina ............................................ 30.....................624 .......... 395 ........... 0.612 Carolyn Condit, Miami (OH) ..........................................................31 .......................... 582 ..............448 ................0.565 Debbie Brown, Notre Dame ..........................................................26 .......................... 580 ..............266 ................0.686 Brenda Gray, Sam Houston St .......................................................27 .......................... 557 ..............398 ................0.583 Barry Goldberg, American .............................................................22 .......................... 545 ..............203 ................0.729 Rich Feller, California ........................................................................26 .......................... 541 ..............297 ................0.646 Pete Waite, Wisconsin ......................................................................23 .......................... 538 ..............217 ................0.713 Tom Hilbert, Colorado St. ...............................................................22 .......................... 532 ..............162 ................0.767 Nina Matthies, Pepperdine ............................................................28 .......................... 530 ..............313 ................0.629 Bob Schneck, Rhode Island ...........................................................30 .......................... 522 ..............418 ................555@ Debbie Humphreys, Stephen F. Austin .....................................23 .......................... 520 ..............249 ................0.676 Bonnie Kenny, Delaware.................................................................27 .......................... 512 ..............362 ................0.586 Denise Van De Walle, Bowling Green .........................................28 .......................... 508 ..............366 ................0.581 Nathaniel Denu, Southern U. ........................................................31 .......................... 507 ..............483 ................0.512 John Cook, Nebraska .......................................................................18 .......................... 497 ..............102 .................. 0.83 Ed Allen, Alabama .............................................................................19 .......................... 494 ..............183 .................. 0.73 Mike Swan, Evansville ......................................................................25 .......................... 488 ..............373 ................0.567 David Rubio, Arizona .......................................................................24 .......................... 482 ..............278 ................0.634 Laurie Corbelli, Texas A&M.............................................................25 .......................... 476 ..............292 .................. 0.62 Jolene Jordan Hoover, Clemson .................................... 21.....................471 .......... 239 ........... 0.663 Jolene Nagel, Duke ......................................................... 23.....................471 .......... 252 ........... 0.651 Jim Moore, Oregon ...........................................................................22 .......................... 467 ..............227 ................0.673 Jing Pu, Syracuse ...............................................................................21 .......................... 465 ..............258 ................0.643 Cathy George, Michigan St. ...........................................................24 .......................... 464 ..............316 ................0.595 Mark Rosen, Michigan .....................................................................19 .......................... 448 ..............189 ................0.703 Pat Kendrick, George Mason.........................................................26 .......................... 442 ..............358 ................0.553 Cindy Fredrick, UNLV .......................................................................24 .......................... 427 ..............351 ................0.549 Beth Launiere, Utah..........................................................................21 .......................... 425 ..............238 ................0.641 Pati Rolf, East Carolina .....................................................................23 .......................... 423 ..............316 ................0.572 Glen Conley, Kent St. ........................................................................21 .......................... 413 ..............246 ................0.627 Laura Neugebauer-Groff, UTSA....................................................17 .......................... 402 ..............204 ................0.663 Van Compton, UALR.........................................................................22 .......................... 393 ..............269 ................0.594 Cindy Opalski, Bucknell ..................................................................25 .......................... 389 ..............356 ................0.522 Kelley Hartley, IPFW..........................................................................17 .......................... 387 ..............199 .................. 0.66 Wayne Kreklow, Missouri ...............................................................12 .......................... 380 ..............102 ................0.788 Travis Hudson, Western Ky. ............................................................16 .......................... 376 ..............172 ................0.686 Ramona Riley-Bozier, Morgan St. ................................................22 .......................... 373 ..............349 ................0.517 Sharon Dingman, Iowa ...................................................................20 .......................... 369 ..............272 ................0.576 +Includes one tie; @includes two ties; #includes three ties; $includes 10 ties.

By Victories

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

41


ACC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 1980 - Raleigh, N.C.

1983 - Durham, N.C.

1987 - Clemson, S.C.

Pool Play Clemson d. Georgia Tech .............15-6, 15-2 NC State d. Duke .............................15-8, 15-2 NC State d. Clemson ................... 15-12, 15-6 Duke d. Georgia Tech ....................15-1, 15-7 Clemson d. Duke........................15-13, 15-13 NC State d. Georgia Tech..............15-5, 15-0 North Carolina d. Wake Forest ...15-6, 15-9 Maryland d. Virginia.......................15-5, 15-3 North Carolina d. Maryland 10-15, 15-11, 15-4 Wake Forest d. Virginia .............. 15-12, 15-1 North Carolina d. Virginia ............15-4, 15-3 Maryland d. Wake Forest..............15-7, 15-4

Quarterfinals NC State d. Georgia Tech...15-4, 15-3, 15-5 Duke d. Clemson.............15-5, 15-11, 15-12 North Carolina d. Wake Forest ......15-11, 15-4, 15-4 Maryland d. Virginia .........15-4, 15-8, 10-15, 15-5

Quarterfinals Virginia d. Clemson .......... 15-5, 15-5, 15-10 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech .......15-3, 15-6, 15-4 Duke d. Maryland ................15-6, 15-0, 15-5

Semifinals NC State d. Maryland ... 16-14, 15-8, 15-10 North Carolina d. Clemson ....... 15-12, 7-15, 15-12, 6-15, 15-13 Consolation Clemson d. Maryland........15-7, 10-15, 15-6, 4-15, 15-13 Finals North Carolina d. NC State ...15-8, 15-11, 15-8 Tournament MVP - Adri Esnard, UNC 1981 - Raleigh, N.C. Pool Play North Carolina d. Georgia Tech .15-0, 15-2 NC State d. Wake Forest ...............15-5, 15-7 North Carolina d. Duke .................15-8, 15-6 North Carolina d. Maryland ..... 15-2, 15-12 NC State d. Virginia ..................... 15-2, 15-12 NC State d. Clemson ......................15-5, 15-5 Maryland d. Duke ...........................15-4, 15-0 Clemson d. Virginia ........7-15, 15-12, 15-12 Maryland d. Georgia Tech............15-2, 15-6 Clemson d. Wake Forest . 11-15, 15-3, 15-5 Duke d. Georgia Tech ................. 15-5, 15-11 Wake Forest d. Virginia .............. 15-12, 15-7 Semifinals North Carolina d. Clemson .....15-9, 10-15, 15-7, 15-6 NC State d. Maryland ......13-15, 15-13, 13-15, 15-12, 15-13 Consolation Clemson d. Maryland ...............16-14, 15-11 Finals North Carolina d. NC State ....16-14, 15-11, 13-15, 15-13 Tournament MVP - Sandy Schmidt, UNC 1982 - Charlottesville, Va. Quarterfinals Clemson d. Maryland ...... 15-2, 15-8, 15-13 NC State d. Virginia ........15-13, 15-11, 15-5 Duke d. Wake Forest ....15-4, 15-10, 12-15, 15-12 Semifinals North Carolina d. Clemson ....9-15, 15-11, 15-7, 15-10 Duke d. NC State ...15-10, 15-13, 10-15, 5-15, 15-6 Finals North Carolina d. Duke ......15-8, 15-9, 15-6

Semifinals Duke d. NC State ......11-15, 15-11, 13-15, 15-13, 15-8 North Carolina d. Maryland .......18-16, 16-14, 13-15, 13-15, 15-11 Finals North Carolina d. Duke . 15-6, 11-15, 15-9, 15-13

Semifinals NC State d. Virginia ..... 15-12, 15-12, 15-10 Duke d. North Carolina .....15-10, 11-15, 15-12, 0-15, 15-13 Finals NC State d. Duke ............... 15-11, 15-1, 15-9 Tournament MVP - Volire Tisdale, NC State

Tournament MVP - Donna Meier, UNC

1988 - Atlanta, Ga.

1984 - College Park, Md.

Quarterfinals Clemson d. Virginia......3-15, 15-12, 14-16, 15-9, 15-3 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ..15-0, 15-10, 15-9 Maryland d. Duke ....... 15-6, 16-14, 9-15, 15-12

Quarterfinals Duke d. Georgia Tech .........15-1, 15-1, 15-5 Maryland d. Virginia.... 15-12, 15-11, 15-10 North Carolina d. Wake Forest ......15-8, 15-7, 15-3 NC State d. Clemson ...........15-5, 15-7, 15-9 Semifinals Duke d. Maryland ...........15-10, 15-13, 15-7 NC State d. North Carolina .... 15-11, 15-2, 19-17 Finals Duke d. NC State .... 15-11, 13-15, 15-9, 15-9

Semifinals NC State d. Clemson ..........15-7, 14-16, 15-11, 15-2 North Carolina d. Maryland ... 15-12, 15-10, 15-8 Finals North Carolina d. NC State .....4-15, 15-6, 15-11, 16-14 Tournament MVP - Sharon German, UNC

Tournament MVP - Susan Wilson, Duke 1989 - Hilton Head, S.C. 1985 - Chapel Hill, N.C. Quarterfinals Duke d. Georgia Tech .........15-1, 15-1, 15-2 Maryland d. Clemson ...... 15-4, 15-10, 15-9 North Carolina d. Wake Forest ........ 15-6, 15-6, 15-4 NC State d. Virginia............. 12-15,11-15,19-17,15-12,15-7 Semifinals Duke d. Maryland ............... 15-5, 15-5, 15-1 UNC d. NC State.......15-11, 15-8, 13-15, 13-15, 15-10

Quarterfinals Maryland d. Clemson ........15-10, 10-15, 15-9, 15-9 Duke d. Georgia Tech .........15-8, 15-7, 15-5 Virginia d. NC State ....... 14-16, 15-9, 15-7, 18-16 Semifinals North Carolina d. Maryland ....15-8, 15-5, 15-2 Duke d. Virginia ............ 15-10, 15-13, 15-10 Finals North Carolina d. Duke .15-7, 15-11, 15-13

Finals Duke d. North Carolina ..... 15-6, 15-6, 15-7

Tournament MVP - Sharon German, UNC

Tournament MVP - Susan Wilson, Duke

1990 - Hilton Head, S.C.

1986 - Raleigh, N.C.

Quarterfinals NC State d. Virginia ......4-15, 15-8, 15-12, 3-15, 15-13 Duke d. Georgia Tech ........ 15-8, 15-5, 15-9 North Carolina d. Clemson ..... 15-8, 15-8, 15-8

Quarterfinals North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ...........15-1, 15-3, 15-1 Maryland d. Clemson ........14-16, 16-14, 15-13, 15-11 NC State d. Wake Forest ....15-0, 15-4, 15-4 Duke d. Virginia ................. 15-11, 15-6, 15-3 Semifinals North Carolina d. Maryland .... 15-4, 15-11, 15-13 Duke d. NC State .... 6-15, 15-7, 14-16, 15-5, 15-12 Finals Duke d. North Carolina ..18-16, 15-13, 6-15, 15-13

Semifinals Maryland d. NC State ....15-5, 15-11, 15-13 North Carolina d. Duke ......11-15, 17-15, 15-9, 15-7 Finals Maryland d. North Carolina .... 15-11, 15-6, 12-15, 16-14 Tournament MVP - Colleen Hurley, Maryland

Tournament MVP - Susan Wilson, Duke

Tournament MVP - Twila Jackson, Duke

42

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


ACC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 1991 - Charlottesville, Va.

1994 - Chapel Hill, N.C.

1997 - Raleigh, N.C.

Quarterfinals Duke d. Clemson...... 15-10, 15-7, 9-15, 15-11 Georgia Tech d. NC State........15-11, 4-15, 15-13, 3-15, 15-12 Florida State d. North Carolina ... 15-7, 15-6, 15-6 Virginia d. Maryland......... 15-10, 15-8, 8-15, 15-13

Quarterfinals Duke d. Virginia ....................15-6, 15-9, 15-8 Florida State d. Maryland .... 16-14, 15-6, 5-15, 15-12 Georgia Tech d. NC State.....15-4, 15-11, 15-9 Clemson d. North Carolina .......13-15, 15-12, 12-15, 15-11, 15-7

Semifinals Duke d. Georgia Tech .........15-9, 15-6, 15-1 Virginia d. Florida State .... 15-11, 15-9, 14-16, 15-6

Semifinals Duke d. Florida State ..........15-8, 15-7, 15-8 Clemson d. Georgia Tech ..15-8, 15-6, 15-7

Quarterfinals NC State d. Wake Forest ..... 12-15, 15-4, 15-3, 12-15, 17-15 Maryland d. NC State ....16-14, 15-2, 17-15 Clemson d. Duke.......... 15-11, 16-14, 15-10 Florida State d. Virginia.........15-9, 9-15, 17-15, 13-15, 15-8 Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ... 7-15, 2-15, 15-7, 17-15, 15-10

Finals Duke d. Virginia ................. 15-12, 15-5, 15-5

Finals Duke d. Clemson..................15-6, 15-9, 15-7

All-Tournament Team Karen Greiner, Duke; Amy Verhoeven, Duke; Ashley Wacholder, Duke; Deanna Bosschaert, Florida State; Anne Marie Hammers, Virginia; Greta Jansson, Virginia.

All-Tournament Team Heather Kahl, Clemson; Robin Kibben, Clemson; Kristen Campbell, Duke; Ashley Wacholder, Duke; Adrian Nicol, Duke; Luiza Ramos, Florida State; Kerry Annel, Georgia Tech.

1992 - College Park, Md. 1995 - Clemson, S.C. Quarterfinals Duke d. NC State ..................15-8, 15-3, 15-9 North Carolina d. Georgia Tech ......8-15, 15-9, 16-14, 16-14 Florida State d. Virginia......15-7, 15-3, 15-4 Maryland d. Clemson ..... 15-10, 15-4, 12-15, 15-10 Semifinals Duke d. North Carolina ..... 15-5, 15-8, 15-7 Florida State d. Maryland .......8-15, 15-8, 12-15, 15-10, 15-8 Finals Duke d. Florida State ...... 15-9, 9-15, 11-15, 15-11, 15-11 All-Tournament Team Jen Rohrig, Duke; Amy Verhoeven, Duke; Ashley Wacholder, Duke; Sherry Cowling, Florida State; Luiza Ramos, Florida State; Bianca Stevens, Florida State. 1993 - Durham, N.C. Quarterfinals Duke d. NC State ..................15-8, 15-3, 15-9 Maryland d. Georgia Tech .....15-13, 15-10, 5-15, 6-15, 15-13 Clemson d. Virginia ........15-2, 15-12, 15-11 Florida State d. North Carolina .........15-13, 15-3, 15-7 Semifinals Duke d. Maryland ...... 11-15, 15-4, 15-2, 15-5 Florida State d. Clemson ....17-15, 15-12, 15-7 Finals Duke d. Florida State ..........15-6, 15-6, 15-5 All-Tournament Team Robin Kibben, Clemson; Cappy Meyer, Duke; Jen Rohrig, Duke; Ashley Wacholder, Duke; Luiza Ramos, Florida State; Franci Rard, Florida State; Sherry Smith, Maryland.

Quarterfinals Georgia Tech d. Virginia .....15-9, 15-3, 15-4 North Carolina d. NC State ....15-12, 15-12, 11-15, 15-8 Florida State d. Clemson ..15-8, 8-15, 6-15, 16-14, 15-13 Maryland d. Duke ............. 15-4, 15-4, 16-14 Semifinals Georgia Tech d. North Carolina ....15-7, 15-5, 15-10 Maryland d. Florida State.........15-9, 15-11, 15-3 Finals Georgia Tech d. Maryland.......15-3, 15-9, 18-16 All-Tournament Team LaToya Presberry, Florida State; Holly Schneider, Florida State; Kerry Annel, Georgia Tech; Andrea Nachtrieb, Georgia Tech; Cris Omiecinski, Georgia Tech; Shannon Saltzman, Maryland; Sherry Smith, Maryland. 1996 - Atlanta, Ga. Quarterfinals NC State d. Wake Forest .. 15-12, 15-13, 15-6 Maryland d. NC State ...... 15-11, 15-7, 15-4 North Carolina d. Clemson...15-13, 15-7, 13-15, 13-15, 15-8 Georgia Tech d. Florida State......15-8, 15-12, 15-8 Duke d. Virginia ............ 16-14, 15-13, 15-13 Semifinals Maryland d. North Carolina ......11-15, 15-12, 15-10, 15-6 Georgia Tech d. Duke ... 15-7, 16-14, 15-10 Finals Maryland d. Georgia Tech... 16-14, 15-6, 15-10 All-Tournament Team Kristen Campbell, Duke; Rochelle Komula, Georgia Tech; Andrea Nachtrieb, Georgia Tech; Elizabeth Efron, Maryland; Daune Koester, Maryland; Eden Kroeger, MarylandErin Berg, North Carolina.

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

Semifinals Clemson d. Maryland ........ 7-15, 15-10, 15-8, 15-10 Georgia Tech d. Florida State....16-14, 15-10, 5-15, 15-6 Finals Clemson d. Georgia Tech ........ 8-15, 15-3, 15-9, 15-3 All-Tournament Team Skye Frost, Clemson; Cindy Stern, Clemson; Michelle Thieke, Clemson; Holly Schneider, Florida State; Carolyn Clevenger, Georgia Tech; Rochelle Komula, Georgia Tech; Elizabeth Efron, Maryland. 1998 - College Park, Md. Quarterfinals Maryland d. Duke .. 15-2, 15-7, 11-15, 15-7 North Carolina d. NC State .....15-12, 15-7, 15-7 Virginia d. Maryland......11-15, 15-8, 15-13, 6-15, 15-7 Clemson d. Georgia Tech .....15-12, 5-15, 16-14, 12-15, 15-1 Florida State d. Wake Forest.........15-6, 15-11, 15-11 Semifinals Florida State d. Virginia..... 15-10, 15-12, 15-9 North Carolina d. Clemson ....11-15, 15-12, 15-5, 15-5 Finals Florida State d. North Carolina ........15-8, 15-1, 15-10 All-Tournament Team Alison Coday, Clemson; Fiona Bolten, Florida State; Susan Hawks, Florida State; Holly Schneider, Florida State; Erin Berg, North Carolina; Tori Seibert, North Carolina; Jessica Parsons, Virginia. 1999 - Orlando, Fla. Quarterfinals NC State d. Maryland ...... 15-2, 25-23, 15-7 Clemson d. Florida State ...15-4, 15-5, 15-8 Virginia d. Duke .........15-5, 6-15, 15-3, 15-5 North Carolina d. NC State ...... 13-15, 15-9, 15-7, 17-15 Wake Forest d. Georgia Tech.......15-5, 15-4, 16-14 Semifinals Clemson d. Virginia .......... 15-13, 15-9, 15-8 North Carolina d. Wake Forest ....15-3, 14-16, 15-12, 15-11 Finals North Carolina d. Clemson ....15-3, 14-16, 15-5, 15-8 All-Tournament Team Jodi Steffes, Clemson; Cindy Stern, Clemson; Liz Feldman, North Carolina; Asa Gustavsson, North Carolina; Tori Seibert, North Carolina; Deanna Zwarich, Virginia; Margaret Davidson, Wake Forest.

43


ACC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 2000 - Winston-Salem, N.C.

2003 - Orlando, Fla.

ACC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

Quarterfinals Maryland d. Clemson ... 15-12, 15-6, 15-11 Georgia Tech d. NC State 15-5, 15-7, 15-10 Duke d. Florida State ...... 16-14, 15-10, 4-15, 15-10 North Carolina d. Maryland............12-15, 15-5, 15-6, 15-7 Virginia d. Wake Forest ........15-13, 13-15, 15-8, 15-8

First Round Florida State d. NC State ....30-22, 30-23, 30-20

Individual - Single Match

Semifinals Duke d. Georgia Tech ........15-9, 5-15, 15-12, 13-15, 15-8 North Carolina d. Virginia ..... 15-6, 15-10, 15-10 Finals North Carolina d. Duke .........10-15, 15-6, 15-10, 15-7 All-Tournament Team Pam Gottfred, Duke; Jill Sonne, Duke; Teryl Townsend, Georgia Tech; Eve Rackham, North Carolina; Nicole Reis, North Carolina; Casey Simpson, North Carolina; Deanna Zwarich, Virginia. 2001 - Tallahassee, Fla. Quarterfinals Virginia d. NC State ..... 30-24, 30-19, 30-28 Florida State d. Wake Forest...... 30-23, 30-26, 30-27 Duke d. Virginia ... 30-21, 30-26, 25-30, 30-28 North Carolina d. Clemson.......23-30, 30-23, 30-25, 25-30, 15-11 Maryland d. Georgia Tech ......26-30, 19-30, 30-23, 30-28, 15-13 Semifinals Florida State d. Duke ......32-30, 30-21, 13-30, 30-20 North Carolina d. Maryland ........30-26, 30-25, 35-33 Finals North Carolina d. Florida State ....30-20, 30-27, 28-30, 30-23 All-Tournament Team Dorrette Burwell, Duke; Jennifer Anderson, Florida State; Norisha Campbell, Florida State; Carey Brennan, Maryland; Krista Buchholz, North Carolina; Nicole Reis, North Carolina; Malaika Underwood, North Carolina. 2002 - Atlanta, Ga. First Round Virginia d. NC State .....30-22, 30-19, 30-27 Quarterfinals Florida State d. Clemson ... 29-31, 30-23, 30-28, 30-32, 17-15 North Carolina d. Virginia ......30-28, 27-30, 30-24, 30-23 Georgia Tech d. Wake Forest.....30-27, 30-20, 30-23 Duke d. Maryland ........ 30-28, 30-22, 30-22 Semifinals Florida State d. North Carolina ......30-23, 30-25, 30-23 Georgia Tech d. Duke .... 33-31, 30-26, 17-30, 30-20 Finals Georgia Tech d. Florida State .......30-23, 30-23, 23-30, 30-19 All-Tournament Stephanie Istvan, Duke; Erica Bunch, Florida State; Kristin Frye, Florida State; Kele Eveland, Georgia Tech; Lynnette Moster, Georgia Tech; Alexandra Preiss, Georgia Tech; Eve Rackham, North Carolina. 44

Quarterfinals Virginia d. North Carolina ..... 26-30, 30-20, 24-30, 30-26, 15-6 Georgia Tech d. Florida State....30-23, 29-31, 30-19, 30-27 Maryland. d. Duke ......23-30, 30-27, 30-23, 19-30, 15-7 Clemson d. Wake Forest .... 33-35, 30-22, 30-22, 32-30 Semifinals Georgia Tech d. Virginia ..... 30-23, 30-20, 30-20 Maryland d. Clemson .30-26, 31-29, 30-25 Finals Maryland d. Georgia Tech .......26-30, 33-31, 30-27, 30-22 All-Tournament Team Lori Ashton, Clemson; Marisa Aston, Georgia Tech; Lauren Sauer, Georiga Tech; Aimee Huddleston, Maryland; Lynnsy Jones, Maryland; Sarah Treadwell, Maryland; Kristin Chaney, Virginia.

Kills........................................... 33, Deanna Zwarich Virginia vs. Wake Forest (2000) Attempts ........................83, Trina Maso de Moya Wake Forest vs. Virginia (2000) Hitting Percentage .................... .786, Katie Kost NC State vs. North Carolina (1999) Assists ................................. 87, Jennifer Anderson Florida State vs. Clemson (2002) Digs ..........................................36, Stephanie Taylor NC State vs. Virginia (1985) .......................................................... 36, Laura Greene North Carolina vs. Virginia (2002) Service Aces .................................. 9, Susan Wilson Duke vs. North Carolina (1986) Total Blocks ....................12 by Sylvia Thompson Duke vs. North Carolina (1987)

2004 - Charlottesville, Va. First Round Clemson d. Virginia Tech ....30-19, 36-34, 28-30, 28-30, 15-8 Maryland d. Wake Forest........28-30, 30-26, 30-22, 30-27 Virginia d. NC State .......30-18, 27-30, 30-20, 20-28

Individual - Tournament (minumum two matches) Kills........................................................70, Leslie Finn Clemson (2004) ................................................ 70, Sarah Treadwell Maryland (2004)

Quarterfinals Clemson d. Georgia Tech .....31-29, 27-30, 30-28, 30-25 North Carolina d. Florida State .....30-17, 33-31, 30-24 Maryland d. Miami ..... 30-26, 30-22, 22-30, 30-27 Duke d. Virginia ............ 30-27, 30-19, 30-21

Attempts .......................................... 196, Leslie Finn Clemson (2004)

Semifinals North Carolina d. Clemson .....30-19, 31-29, 30-23 Maryland d. Duke ....... 28-30, 27-30, 30-25, 30-25, 15-11

Assists ...............................228, Aimee Huddleston Maryland (2004)

Finals Maryland d. North Carolina ....30-24, 30-24, 30-17

Hitting Percentage ...........635, Deanna Bosschaert Florida State (1991)

Digs................................................ 87, Beth Gillming Maryland (2004)

All-Tournament Team Leslie Finn, Clemson; Stephanie Istvan, Duke; Jen Dewalt, Maryland; Aimee Huddleston, Maryland; Sarah Treadwell, Maryland; Amy Beaver, North Carolina; Molly Pyles, North Carolina.

Aces .................................................17, Susan Wilson Duke (1986)

Bold denotes Tournament MVP

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL Total North Carolina 9 Duke 7 Maryland 4 Georgia Tech 2 Clemson 1 Florida State 1 NC State 1

**Beginning with the 2005 season, the ACC champion was determined by regular season standings and received the ACC’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Total Blocks ............................32, Stephanie Smith Maryland (2004)

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


ACC CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS ANNUAL ACC CHAMPIONS 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Champion (W-L) North Carolina (41-13) North Carolina (37-12) North Carolina (26-13) North Carolina (25-12) Duke (31-9) Duke (24-8) Duke (17-12) NC State (21-9) North Carolina (29-9) North Carolina (21-9) Maryland (22-12) Duke (25-7) Duke (26-5) Duke (30-3) Duke (24-6) Georgia Tech (29-7) Maryland (26-5) Clemson (26-8) Florida State (25-11) North Carolina (28-6) North Carolina (26-8) North Carolina (24-9) Georgia Tech (33-6) Maryland (27-8) Maryland (18-15)

Head Coach Beth Miller Beth Miller Beth Miller Beth Miller Jon Wilson Jon Wilson Jon Wilson Judy Martino Peggy Bradley-Doppes Peggy Bradley-Doppes Janice Kruger Jon Wilson Jon Wilson Jon Wilson Jon Wilson Shelton Collier Janice Kruger Jolene Jordan Hoover Cecile Reynaud Joe Sagula Joe Sagula Joe Sagula Bond Shymansky Janice Kruger Janice Kruger

Runner-up NC State NC State Duke Duke NC State North Carolina North Carolina Duke NC State Duke North Carolina Virginia Florida State Florida State Clemson Maryland Georgia Tech Georgia Tech North Carolina Clemson Duke Florida State Florida State Georgia Tech North Carolina

Site Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Charlottesville, Va. Durham, N.C. College Park, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Clemson, S.C. Atlanta, Ga. Hilton Head, S.C. Hilton Head, S.C. Charlottesville, Va. College Park, Md. Durham, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Clemson, S.C. Atlanta, Ga. Raleigh, N.C. College Park, Md. Orlando, Fla. Winston-Salem, N.C. Tallahassee, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Charlottesville, Va.

NOTE: Beginning with the 2005 season, the ACC champion was determined by the regular season standings. ACC CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORDS

CHAMPIONSHIP BY COACH Jon Wilson, Duke ...................................................... 7 Janice Kruger, Maryland......................................... 4 Beth Miller, North Carolina.................................... 4 Joe Sagula, North Carolina.................................... 3 Peggy Bradley-Doppes, North Carolina ........... 2 Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech ............................... 1 Jolene Jordan Hoover, Clemson.......................... 1 Judy Martino, NC State .......................................... 1 Cecile Reynaud, Florida State............................... 1 Bond Shymansky, Georgia Tech .......................... 1 WINNING PERCENTAGE BY COACH Beth Miller, North Carolina..................1.000 (4-0) Jon Wilson, Duke .....................................800 (36-9) Peggy Bradley-Doppes, UNC...............733 (11-4) Joe Sagula, North Carolina............... .633 (19-11) Janice Kruger, Maryland.................... .594 (19-13) Jolene Jordan Hoover, Clemson ....... .524 (11-10) Cecile Reynaud, Florida State.......... .524 (11-10) Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech .......... .500 (10-10) Judy Martino, NC State ..........................474 (9-10) Jolene Nagel, Duke .................................. .455 (5-6) VICTORIES BY COACH Jon Wilson, Duke ....................................................36 Janice Kruger, Maryland.......................................19 Joe Sagula, North Carolina..................................19 Beth Miller, North Carolina..................................14 Peggy Bradley-Doppes, North Carolina .........11 Jolene Jordan Hoover, Clemson........................11 Cecile Reynaud, Florida State.............................11 Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech .............................10 Judy Martino, NC State ........................................... 9 Barb Drum, Maryland.............................................. 7 Melissa Aldrich Shelton .......................................... 7

Regular Season North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina NC State Duke Duke North Carolina NC State NC State North Carolina Maryland Duke Duke Duke Duke Georgia Tech Maryland Maryland North Carolina Clemson Georgia Tech Duke North Carolina Georgia Tech Georgia Tech North Carolina Duke Clemson Duke/North Carolina Florida State Duke

CU Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina NC State Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest

Duke 2-3

3-2 3-1 0-5 6-4 0-0 9-1 4-0 1-4 0-1 0-2

1-4 2-8 6-5 0-0 6-4 2-6 1-7 0-0 0-1

FS 1-3 4-1 4-0 1-2 0-0 2-4 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-2

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

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

UM 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

NC 1-9 4-6 4-2 2-5 3-7 0-0 1-7 1-3 0-0 0-5

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

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

VT 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

WF 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 2-0 0-0 5-0 4-0 1-2 0-0

0-0

ACC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

North Carolina Duke Florida State NC State Maryland Clemson Georgia Tech Virginia Wake Forest Miami Virginia Tech Boston College

W 45 38 16 21 30 20 15 11 3 0 0

Matches L Pct. 16 .738 20 .655 13 .552 24 .467 25 .545 26 .435 26 .366 29 .275 18 .143 1 .000 1 .000

Games W L Pct. 140 75 .651 124 75 .623 56 49 .533 74 82 .474 102 91 .528 75 92 .449 57 80 .416 45 88 .338 15 50 .231 1 3 .250 2 3 .400 Entered ACC in 2005

Round Appearances Semis Finals 20 14 17 12 9 5 10 5 17 5 10 3 8 5 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Titles 8 7 1 2 4 1 2 0 0 0 0

CHAMPIONSHIP BY HOST CITIES Raleigh, N.C. ............................................................... 4 Atlanta, Ga. ................................................................. 3 Charlottesville, Va. .................................................... 3 College Park, Md. ...................................................... 3 Chapel Hill, N.C. ......................................................... 2 Clemson, S.C. .............................................................. 2

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

Durham, N.C. .............................................................. 2 Hilton Head, S.C. ....................................................... 2 Orlando, Fla. ............................................................... 2 Tallahassee, Fla. ......................................................... 1 Winston Salem, N.C.................................................. 1 45


NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 1982

(0-1)

1990

(0-2)

Stockton, Calif.

Austin, Texas

Pacific def. North Carolina ..............15-6, 15-4, 15-3

Texas def. Maryland ..................... 15-3, 15-5, 15-7

1995

(2-2)

College Park, Md. Maryland def. Miami (Ohio) 15-11

15-9, 15-3,

(0-2)

Lexington, Ky.

Oxford, Ohio

Lexington, Ky.

Kentucky def. Florida State .................15-12, 15-10, 10-15, 15-10

Ohio State def. Maryland ............. 12-15, 15-10, 15-11, 15-13

1983

Kentucky def. North Carolina .............. 15-2, 15-13, 15-12 (0-1)

Atlanta, Georgia

Tallahassee, Fla.

Los Angeles, Calif.

Georgia Tech def. Siena ................ 15-8, 15-10, 15-0

Tennessee def. Florida State ............... 12-15, 12-15, 15-1, 15-10, 15-8

Texas def. Duke............................15-3, 15-9, 15-12

1984

1992

1991

University Park, Pa. (1-1)

(0-2)

Durham, N.C.

Lexington, Ky.

Duke def. South Carolina .............15-3, 15-8, 10-15, 15-9

Kentucky def. Duke............ 15-6, 15-11, 7-15, 15-11

Penn State def. Georgia Tech.............. 15-8, 15-5, 15-5 1996

(1-2)

Atlanta, Georgia Austin, Texas

Gainesville, Fla.

Texas def. Duke.............................. 15-4, 15-3, 15-8

Florida def. Florida State .............. 15-9, 15-3, 15-10

1985

1993

Georgia Tech def. Coastal Carolina ...............15-13, 15-7, 15-8

University Park, Pa. (0-2)

(3-3)

Austin, Texas

Louisville, Ky.

Texas def. Duke.............................. 15-9, 15-6, 15-8

Duke def. Louisville ...............15-12, 15-11, 15-13

Penn State def. Georgia Tech......... 15-7, 15-10, 15-13

Louisville, Ky. Louisville def. Maryland ................9-15, 16-14, 15-9, 15-3

Athens, Ga.

Lexington, Ky.

Georgia def. Florida State ............ 15-6, 15-1, 15-11

Duke def. Kentucky ................. 15-12, 15-9, 15-12 Texas def. Duke......................... 15-9, 15-12, 15-11

1986

(0-1)

(1-3)

Madison, Wisc. Central Florida def. Clemson ............15-7, 15-13, 15-1

Austin, Texas

Tallahassee, Fla.

Texas def. Duke.................15-8, 15-3, 13-15, 15-0

Florida State def. DePaul ...............15-8, 7-15, 15-10, 15-13 Pacific def. Florida State ............. 15-6, 15-17, 15-6, 15-9

1987

1997

(0-2)

Lexington, Ky.

Houston, Texas

Kentucky def. NC State .............15-13, 15-5, 15-8

Houston def. Clemson ............15-11, 15-10, 15-10

College Park, Md. Maryland def. Princeton.................. 15-6, 15-13, 15-11 Ohio State def. Maryland ................ 15-13, 15-10, 15-9 1998

(2-4)

University Park, Pa. Athens, Ga. Texas def. Florida State .............15-6, 15-11, 15-9 1988

1994

(3-3)

Clemson, S.C. Clemson def. Stephen F. Austin..............2-15, 13-15, 15-9, 15-11, 15-8

(0-2)

Austin, Texas Texas def. North Carolina ........... 15-7, 15-6, 15-6

Tallahassee, Fla.

Houston, Texas Houston def. Clemson ........... 15-1, 15-13, 15-12

Durham, N.C. Duke def. Georgia.......................15-11, 15-3, 15-4

Colorado def. Florida State............. 15-3, 15-5, 9-15, 15-7

Clemson def. Fairfield ................. 15-9, 15-9, 15-5 Penn State def. Clemson .............. 15-2, 15-11, 15-5

Louisville, Ky. Northern Illinois def. Florida State ..............10-15, 15-11, 15-10, 15-12

East Lansing, Mich. North Carolina def. USF .....................................15-7, 5-15, 4-15, 15-11, 15-11 Pepperdine def. North Carolina ............16-14, 15-11, 15-8

Gainesville, Fla. 1989

(0-2)

UCLA def. Duke ............................. 15-3, 15-3, 15-4

Arlington, Texas Texas-Arlington def. North Carolina ..............13-15, 15-6, 15-13, 15-6

Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Tech def. George Mason.............. 15-10, 15-11, 5-15, 15-5

Tallahassee, Fla. California def. Florida State .................11-15, 15-11, 15-13, 15-13

Los Angeles, Calif. UCLA def. Georgia Tech .............. 15-7, 15-9, 15-8

Santa Barbara, Calif. UCLA def. Virginia ............15-7, 15-6, 14-16, 15-5 1999

(1-3)

Clemson, S.C. Indiana def. Clemson ............ 15-9, 11-15, 15-5, 15-12

College Station, Texas North Carolina def. Northern Arizona ..............15-6, 15-8, 15-10 Texas A & M def. North Carolina .............. 15-8, 15-4, 15-8

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH RECORDS

Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina NC State Virginia Virginia Tech Totals

46

App. 8 16 13 9 7 3 12 1 2 1 72

Won 4 12 5 9 5 2 7 0 0 1 45

Matches Lost 8 16 13 9 7 3 12 1 2 1 72

Pct. .333 .429 .278 .500 .417 .400 .368 .000 .000 .500 .385

Won 14 44 27 34 17 10 26 0 1 3 176

Games Lost 29 57 43 29 22 10 41 3 6 3 243

Pct. .326 .436 .386 .540 .436 .500 .388 .000 .143 .500 .420

Last 2009 2010 2010 2009 2005 2010 2010 1987 1999 2010

Austin, Texas Arizona def. Virginia 2000

15-8, 15-4, 15-12 (0-3)

Minneapolis, Minn. Arizona State def. Duke ...............15-3, 12-15, 16-14, 15-12

Fort Collins, Colo. Colorado def. Georgia Tech............11-15, 15-5, 16-14, 15-10

Gainesville, Fla. Southeast Missouri State def. North Carolina ................13-15, 12-15, 15-12, 15-6, 15-13

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES By School School ........................................ No. Duke ......................................................... 16 Florida State ........................................... 13 North Carolina ...................................... 12 Georgia Tech .............................................9 Clemson .....................................................8 Maryland ....................................................7 Miami ..........................................................3 Virginia........................................................2 NC State......................................................1 Virginia Tech..............................................1 Boston College.........................................0 Wake Forest...............................................0 By Coach Coach, School ............................. No. Cecile Reynaud, Florida State............10 Jolene Jordan Hoover, Clemson......... 8 Jolene Nagel, Duke ................................. 9 Joe Sagula, North Carolina................... 8 Jon Wilson, Duke ..................................... 7 Janice Kruger, Maryland........................ 7 Shelton Collier, Georgia Tech .............. 5 Bond Shymansky, Georgia Tech ......... 3 Nicole Lantagne Welch, Miami ........... 3 Melissa Aldrich-Shelton, Virginia ....... 2 Peggy Bradley-Doppes, North Carolina ...... 2 Beth Miller, North Carolina................... 2 Chris Poole, Florida State ...................... 2 Tonya Johnson, Georgia Tech ............. 1 Todd Kress, Florida State ....................... 1 Judy Martino, NC State .......................... 1 Chris Riley, Virginia Tech........................ 1

2001

(2-3)

2006

(1-1)

Chapel Hill, N.C.

Knoxville, Tenn.

North Carolina def. South Carolina ..............30-18, 30-19, 30-22 Pepperdine def. North Carolina ...........30-27, 30-26, 30-23

Duke def. Tennessee .............30-22, 26-30, 30-25, 30-27 San Diego def. Duke ............. 27-30, 30-25, 30-17, 27-30, 15-12

Louisville, Ky.

2007

(2-2)

Louisville def. Georgia Tech ................34-32, 30-19, 27-30, 24-30, 15-4

Clemson, S.C.

Durham, N.C.

Clemson def. Alabama.............30-25, 30-27, 31-33, 30-26 UCLA def. Clemson .......... 30-19, 30-21, 19-30, 30-22

Duke def. William & Mary................ 30-25, 30-18, 30-21 Southern California def. Duke..............30-18, 30-19, 30-22 2002

(5-5)

Durham, N.C. Duke def. American .............. 30-22, 30-25, 28-30, 29-31, 15-17 California def. Duke .............29-31, 30-28, 30-23, 30-17

Chapel Hill, N.C. North Carolina def. Winthrop ............30-24, 30-20, 30-18 North Carolina def. South Carolina .............30-23, 28-30, 30-26, 30-23

Lincoln, Neb.

2008

(3-3)

Clemson, S.C. Clemson def. Tennessee...............25-19, 19-25, 25-19, 23-25, 15-12 Utah def. Clemson .................25-21, 26-24, 25-21

Hawai’i def. North Carolina ............. 30-21, 30-23, 30-22 Nebraska def. Miami .............30-18, 30-17, 30-21

Los Angeles, Calif.

Madison, Wisc.

Duke def. San Francisco ..............26-28, 25-21, 22-25, 25-23, 15-9 UCLA def. Duke ......................25-16, 25-19, 25-17

Miami def. Duke .....................30-25, 30-18, 30-20 Miami def. Wisconsin ...........30-25, 20-30, 30-21, 30-22

Washington, D.C.

Minneapolis, Minn.

North Carolina def. American ...........25-16, 25-17, 25-17 Oregon def. North Carolina .............25-20, 24-26, 25-18, 25-19

Georgia Tech def. Florida A & M ..............30-21, 30-27, 30-17 Minnesota def. Georgia Tech...........30-28, 31-29, 26-30, 30-28

2009

(3-5)

Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville, Fla.

FIU def. Miami ............................................. 25-16, 20-25, 22-25, 27-25, 15-11

USF def. Florida State ................................ 30-21, 30-19, 30-28

Lexington, Ky. 2003

(4-2)

Oregon def. Clemson ...........25-17, 25-21, 25-20

Atlanta, Ga. Georgia Tech def. Alabama A & M ........... 30-18, 30-17, 30-22 Georgia Tech def. Florida A & M ............ 30-25, 34-32, 30-25

Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee def. Duke......... 25-18, 25-23, 17-25, 25-12

Honolulu, Hawai’i

Los Angeles, Calif.

Georgia Tech def. California .............30-25, 20-30, 30-24, 30-23 Hawai’i def. Georgia Tech 32-34, 33-31,30-24, 30-25

Baylor def. Georgia Tech......... 25-17, 25-22, 25-22

College Park, Md.

Florida State def. Alabama A&M ..........25-10, 25-19, 25-10 Florida State def. Jacksonville State ........... 25-18, 26-24, 25-22

Maryland def. American ............30-24, 30-25, 30-28 Colorado State def. Maryland ...........30-23, 30-28, 30-26

Tallahassee, Fla.

Minneapolis, Minn. 2004

(3-2)

Atlanta, Ga. Georgia Tech def. Georgia ............30-21, 30-21, 31-29 Georgia Tech def. UC Santa Barbara ...............30-24, 30-28, 30-21

Minneapolis, Minn. Minnesota def. Georgia Tech................25-30, 30-22, 30-24, 46-48, 15-9

State College, Pa. Maryland def. Towson ...............30-23, 30-22, 30-25 Penn State def. Maryland .............34-32, 30-27, 31-29 2005

(2-3)

Louisville, Ky. Maryland def. Kentucky ..............25-30, 30-26, 30-24, 30-23 Louisville def. Maryland ............. 30-234, 30-26, 30-28

Lincoln, Neb.

Florida State def. Kentucky ............ 16-25, 26-24, 25-17, 19-25, 17-15 Minnesota def. Florida State..........25-20, 25-7, 18-25, 25-17 2010

6-5 Durham, N.C. Duke d. High Point .. ............25-12, 25-20, 25-20 Duke d. Ohio ...................... 25-15, 17-25, 25-18, 17-25, 15-10 University Park, Pa. Virginia Tech d. Delaware .................... 25-17, 25-23, 25-18 Penn State d. Virginia Tech ....................25-22, 25-22, 25-13 Duke d. Missouri ...........................25-19, 21-25, 25-19, 25-22 Penn State d. Duke .....................25-19, 25-18, 2-25, 25-17 Gainesville, Fla. Florida State d. Ga. Southern .... 25-20, 23-25, 25-22, 25-13 Florida d. Florida State .. ...20-25, 25-22, 22-25, 25-21, 17-15

Duke def. American ..............30-14, 30-16, 30-16 Nebraska def. Duke ...............30-19, 30-19, 30-20

Bloomington, Ind. Indiana d. Miami ............ .. 19-25, 25-18, 25-13, 20-25, 15-9

Chapel Hill, N.C.

Berkeley, Calif. North Carolina d. Mississippi ....... 25-20, 21-25, 25-18, 25-9 California d. North Carolina ..................25-13, 25-18, 25-18

College of Charleston def. North Carolina...............30-28, 23-30, 30-16, 31-29

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

47


ALL-TIME ALL-ACC 1980 Judy Sackfield .............................Clemson Mary Ann Marley ......................Maryland Lisa Harbison...............................Clemson Cindy Aycock................... North Carolina Terri Wallace .................... North Carolina Adri Esnard....................... North Carolina 1981 Sandy Schmidt ............... North Carolina Donna Meier ................... North Carolina Susan Schafer.............................. NC State Kelly Halligan .............................. NC State Lisa Harbison...............................Clemson Sue Vance ....................................Maryland 1982 FIRST TEAM Sue Vance ....................................Maryland Martha Sprague ......................... NC State Joan Russo ................................... NC State Laura Held ........................ North Carolina Donna Meier ................... North Carolina Judy Sackfield .............................Clemson SECOND TEAM Cyndi Graf.....................................Clemson Lisa Harbison...............................Clemson Twila Jackson ..................................... Duke Terre Welch .................................. NC State Sara Gilbertson .................................. Duke 1983 Laurie Hagen ............................... NC State Terre Welch .................................. NC State Diane Ross.................................... NC State Donna Meier ................... North Carolina Linda Kantz ...................... North Carolina Sandy Schmidt ............... North Carolina Sue Vance ....................................Maryland Veronica Vogel ...........................Maryland Diane Brown ....................................... Duke Linda Kraft ........................................... Duke Tris Miketa ....................................Clemson Pam Pounds.......................... Wake Forest 1984 Terre Welch .................................. NC State Linda Kraft ........................................... Duke Sue Matwell ................................... Virginia Susan Wilson ...................................... Duke Linda Kantz ...................... North Carolina Diane Ross.................................... NC State Suzanne Greene ........................... Virginia Deanne Browning .....................Clemson Ruth Swanson ............................Maryland Diane Brown ....................................... Duke Dawn Wood ..................... North Carolina Kathleen Moreland ..................Maryland 1985 FIRST TEAM Jill Berkebile..................... North Carolina Diane Brown ....................................... Duke Jo Anne Gilman ............................ Virginia Denise Murphy ...........................Clemson Stephanie Taylor ........................ NC State Sherri Vogel ..................... North Carolina Susan Wilson ...................................... Duke SECOND TEAM Sheila Fearnow ..........................Maryland Johanna Fry ................................. NC State Linda Kraft ........................................... Duke Michelle Meisel............................. Virginia Laura Rogers ..............................Maryland Pam Thomas ......................... Wake Forest 1986 FIRST TEAM Jill Berkebile..................... North Carolina Johanna Fry ................................. NC State Linda Kraft................................ Duke Stephanie Taylor ........................ NC State Andrea Wells.................... North Carolina Susan Wilson ...................................... Duke SECOND TEAM Sheila Fearnow ..........................Maryland Jo Anne Gilman ............................ Virginia Patty Lake ..................................... NC State

48

Denise Murphy ...........................Clemson Sherri Vogel ..................... North Carolina Denise Yamada .................................. Duke 1987 FIRST TEAM Wendy Anderson .......................Clemson Beth Brockell ................................. Virginia Melinda Dudley ..................NC State Sharon German .............. North Carolina Bev Stross ............................................ Duke Volire Tisdale ............................... NC State SECOND TEAM Liz Berg .............................. North Carolina Sue Kerr ........................................Maryland Patty Lake ..................................... NC State Lauren Libeu ...................................... Duke Sylvia Thompson .............................. Duke Sherri Vogel ..................... North Carolina

Andrea Oakes.............................Maryland Amy Peistrup ............ North Carolina Bianca Stevens.....................Florida State Amy Verhoeven ................................. Duke Ashley Wacholder ............................. Duke SECOND TEAM Dini Fragas ..................................Maryland Cris Omiencinski ................Georgia Tech Angie Propp.........................Georgia Tech Luiza Ramos..........................Florida State Jen Rohrig ........................................... Duke Joanna Sahm................... North Carolina FRESHMAN TEAM Cappy Meyer .................................... Duke* Kerry Annell .........................Georgia Tech Cris Omiencinski ................Georgia Tech Angie Propp.........................Georgia Tech Kristin Kruse..................... North Carolina Courtney Stanton ........................ Virginia 1993

1988 FIRST TEAM Beth Brockell ................................. Virginia Sharon German .............. North Carolina Tricia Hopkins .................................... Duke Patty Lake ..................................... NC State Volire Tisdale .......................NC State Andrea Wells.................... North Carolina SECOND TEAM Lisa Kofskey .........................Georgia Tech Christy Oehlstrom ....................... Virginia Kelli Myers ...................................Maryland Sylvia Thompson .............................. Duke Pam Vehling................................. NC State Jenny Yurkanin ...........................Clemson 1989 FIRST TEAM Liz Berg .............................. North Carolina Beth Brockell ................................. Virginia Sharon German .............. North Carolina Tricia Hopkins .................................... Duke Lauren Libeu ...................................... Duke Kelli Myers ...................................Maryland SECOND TEAM Stacey Anderson .......................... Virginia Wendy Anderson .......................Clemson Colleen Hurley ...........................Maryland Amy Peistrup ................... North Carolina Amy Verhoeven ................................. Duke Kara Warner ................................... Virginia 1990 FIRST TEAM Liz Berg .............................. North Carolina Karen Greiner ..................................... Duke Tricia Hopkins .................................... Duke Colleen Hurley ..................Maryland Andrea Oakes.............................Maryland Amy Peistrup ................... North Carolina SECOND TEAM Anne Marie Hammers ................ Virginia Greta Jansson................................ Virginia Heidi Kahl .....................................Clemson Lisa Kasper ................................... NC State Paula Martin .................... North Carolina Amy Verhoeven ................................. Duke 1991 FIRST TEAM Karen Greiner ........................... Duke Colleen Hurley ...........................Maryland Greta Jansson................................ Virginia Amy Peistrup ................... North Carolina Amy Verhoeven ................................. Duke Ashley Wacholder ............................. Duke SECOND TEAM Kristine Cousins...................Florida State Anne Marie Hammers ................ Virginia Lisa Kasper ................................... NC State Nicole Lantagne ........................Maryland Adrian Nicol ........................................ Duke Jennifer Wagner .................Georgia Tech 1992 FIRST TEAM Sherry Cowling ....................Florida State Robin Kibben ..............................Clemson Nicole Lantagne ........................Maryland

FIRST TEAM Robin Kibben ..............................Clemson Nicole Lantagne ........................Maryland Cris Omiecinski ...................Georgia Tech Luiza Ramos..........................Florida State Jen Rohrig ........................................... Duke Ashley Wacholder .................... Duke SECOND TEAM Cappy Meyer ...................................... Duke Andrea Nachtrieb ..............Georgia Tech Adrian Nicol.............................. Duke Sherri Smith ................................Maryland Courtney Stanton ........................ Virginia Vicki Zinkil .............................Florida State FRESHMAN TEAM Julie Rodriguez .........................Clemson* Jennifer Schmit .......................... NC State Dana Builteman ........................... Virginia Jill Heavey.....................................Clemson Cheri Hughes ................................ Virginia Jennifer Orr ..........................Georgia Tech Andrea Nachtrieb ..............Georgia Tech 1994 FIRST TEAM Robin Kibben ..............................Clemson Adrian Nicol.............................. Duke Ashley Wacholder ............................. Duke Luiza Ramos..........................Florida State Kerry Annel ................. Georgia Tech Kelly Malins .................................Maryland SECOND TEAM Heather Kahl................................Clemson Julie Rodriguez ...........................Clemson Andrea Nachtrieb ..............Georgia Tech Cris Omiecinski ...................Georgia Tech Sherry Smith...............................Maryland Kristin Kruse..................... North Carolina FRESHMAN TEAM Kristen Campbell ............................ Duke* Maureen Reindl ................................. Duke Maureen McCarthy ................Florida State Rochelle Komula ................Georgia Tech Eden Kroeger .............................Maryland Jill Peden........................... North Carolina 1995 FIRST TEAM Kerry Annel ................. Georgia Tech Kristen Kruse ................... North Carolina Andrea Nachtrieb ..............Georgia Tech Julie Rodriguez ...........................Clemson Sherry Smith...............................Maryland Amber Willey ................... North Carolina SECOND TEAM Elizabeth Efron ..........................Maryland Rochelle Komula ................Georgia Tech Cris Omiecinski ...................Georgia Tech Shelley Partridge ....................... NC State Nicole Peterson .......................... NC State Ashley Self ....................................Clemson Michelle Thieke ..........................Clemson FRESHMAN TEAM Stephanie Schulz .....................Clemson* Laura Kimbrell............................. NC State Erin Berg ........................... North Carolina Carla Gartner .......................Georgia Tech Megan Irvine ...................................... Duke Holly Schneider ...................Florida State 1996

FIRST TEAM Elizabeth Efron ..........................Maryland Rochelle Komula ................Georgia Tech Daune Koester ..................Maryland Eden Kroeger .............................Maryland Andrea Nachtrieb ..............Georgia Tech Julie Rodriguez ...........................Clemson SECOND TEAM Kristen Campbell .............................. Duke Carla Gartner .......................Georgia Tech Megan Irvine ...................................... Duke Sarah Peifer ......................................... Duke Tori Seibert....................... North Carolina Pam Sumner ................................ NC State FRESHMAN TEAM Sara McKee ..........................Georgia Tech Sarah Peifer ....................................... Duke* Mary Frances Scott...................... Virginia Tori Seibert....................... North Carolina Cindy Stern ..................................Clemson Aisha Thornton ....................Florida State 1997 FIRST TEAM Elizabeth Efron ..........................Maryland Rochelle Komula ................Georgia Tech Eden Kroeger ....................Maryland Sarah Peifer ......................................... Duke Cindy Stern ..................................Clemson Jamie Summers .........................Maryland SECOND TEAM Fiona Bolten .........................Florida State Carla Gartner .......................Georgia Tech Susan Hawks ........................Florida State Danielle Olein .....................Georgia Tech Holly Schneider ...................Florida State Tori Seibert....................... North Carolina FRESHMAN TEAM Andrea Fischer .............................. Virginia Kate Hemlepp ....................Florida State* Katie Jentes.................................Maryland Corie Miles ............................ Wake Forest Jennifer Werrick...................Florida State Deanna Zwarich ........................... Virginia 1998 FIRST TEAM Erin Berg ................... North Carolina Fiona Bolten .........................Florida State Aimee Boulet ......................Georgia Tech Carla Gartner .......................Georgia Tech Jessica Parsons ............................. Virginia Tori Seibert....................... North Carolina Aisha Thornton ....................Florida State SECOND TEAM Alison Coday ...............................Clemson Claire Folga .................................... Virginia Laura Kimbrell............................. NC State Sarah Peifer ......................................... Duke Holly Schneider ...................Florida State Shannon Smith............... North Carolina Cindy Stern ..................................Clemson Amanda Wells ............................... Virginia FRESHMAN TEAM Kyleen Bell ............................Georgia Tech Margaret Davidson ............ Wake Forest Trina Maso de Moya .......... Wake Forest Maja Pachale .......................Georgia Tech Jodi Steffes .................................Clemson* Erin Vesey ..................................... NC State 1999 FIRST TEAM Alison Coday ...............................Clemson Liz Feldman...................... North Carolina Maja Pachale .......................Georgia Tech Trina Maso de Moya .......... Wake Forest Mary Frances Scott...................... Virginia Tori Seibert....................... North Carolina Shannon Smith............... North Carolina Cindy Stern ......................... Clemson SECOND TEAM Jessi Betcher ................................Clemson Margaret Davidson ............ Wake Forest Sara Kryder............................ Wake Forest Jessica Parsons ............................. Virginia Dominique Philipp ........................... Duke Casey Simpson ............... North Carolina Jodi Steffes ...................................Clemson FRESHMAN TEAM Jessi Betcher ..............................Clemson*

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


ALL-TIME ALL-ACC Carey Brennan ...........................Maryland Laura Greene ................... North Carolina Tara Greene.................................. NC State Eve Rackham ................... North Carolina Jill Sonne ............................................. Duke 2000 FIRST TEAM Kyleen Bell ............................Georgia Tech Norisha Campbell ................Florida State Liz Feldman...................... North Carolina Trina Maso de Moya ......... Wake Forest Maja Pachale .......................Georgia Tech Casey Simpson ............... North Carolina Deanna Zwarich ........................... Virginia SECOND TEAM Margaret Davidson ................ Wake Forest Laura Greene ................... North Carolina Eida Mabry ...........................Georgia Tech Jill Sonne ............................................. Duke Jodi Steffes ...................................Clemson Jennifer Werrick...................Florida State Heather Wilkie ..................... Wake Forest FRESHMAN TEAM Jennifer Anderson ..............Florida State Kiki Dallao ....................................Clemson Paige Davis..................................... Virginia Krista Dill.............................................. Duke Kele Eveland ......................Georgia Tech* Nicole Reis ........................ North Carolina 2001 FIRST TEAM Norisha Campbell ...............Florida State Laura Greene ................... North Carolina Ashley Harris ...................................... Duke Trina Maso de Moya .......... Wake Forest Maja Pachale ............... Georgia Tech Nicole Reis ........................ North Carolina Josie Weymann ................................. Duke SECOND TEAM Kyleen Bell ............................Georgia Tech Carey Brennan ...........................Maryland Margaret Davidson ............ Wake Forest Krista Dill.............................................. Duke Kele Eveland ........................Georgia Tech Lynnette Moster.................Georgia Tech Jodi Steffes ...................................Clemson FRESHMAN TEAM Lori Ashton...................................Clemson Lynnette Moster.................Georgia Tech Lily Phillips ..................................... Virginia Molly Pyles ....................... North Carolina Lauren Sauer .....................Georgia Tech* Lindi Sheppard ........................... NC State Alexandra Toregas ....................Maryland 2002 FIRST TEAM Whitney Ashcraft ......................... Virginia Lori Ashton...................................Clemson Carey Brennan ...........................Maryland Kristin Frye ............................Florida State Laura Greene............ North Carolina Lynnette Moster.................Georgia Tech Eve Rackham ................... North Carolina SECOND TEAM Jessi Betcher ................................Clemson Krista Dill.............................................. Duke Kele Eveland ........................Georgia Tech Katie Gillman ...................................... Duke Alexandra Preiss .................Georgia Tech Molly Pyles ....................... North Carolina Josie Weymann ................................. Duke FRESHMAN TEAM Kristin Chaney............................... Virginia Blair Moon ............................Georgia Tech Sarah Salem ........................................ Duke Kristin Swanson..........................Clemson Rachel Wagener ........................Maryland Christy Williams ................. Wake Forest* 2003 FIRST TEAM Whitney Ashcraft ......................... Virginia Kele Eveland ................ Georgia Tech Leslie Finn.....................................Clemson Aimee Huddleston ...................Maryland Lynnette Moster.................Georgia Tech Alexandra Preiss .................Georgia Tech Valerie Rydberg ................... Wake Forest

SECOND TEAM Marisa Aston........................Georgia Tech Paige Davis..................................... Virginia Lynnsy Jones ..............................Maryland Molly Pyles ....................... North Carolina Lauren Sauer .......................Georgia Tech Rachel Wagener ....................... Maryland Christy Williams ................... Wake Forest FRESHMAN TEAM Liz Beckham ................................Clemson Meg Eckert ....................... North Carolina Cassie McLaughlin ......... Florida State* Nana Meriwether .............................. Duke Lindsay Osco ................................. Virginia Julia Reis ....................................... NC State 2004 FIRST TEAM Leslie Finn.....................................Clemson Jayme Gergen .....................Georgia Tech Stephanie Istvan ............................... Duke Lynnette Moster.......... Georgia Tech Molly Pyles ....................... North Carolina Amanda Santos ...................Florida State Valeria Tipiana.................................. Miami SECOND TEAM Lori Ashton...................................Clemson Marisa Aston........................Georgia Tech Tealle Hunkus..................................... Duke Sarah Kirkwood ............................ Virginia Lindsey Laband ..................Georgia Tech Lauren Sauer .......................Georgia Tech Rachel Wagener ........................Maryland FRESHMAN TEAM Jade Brown .................................Maryland Carrie DeMange ................................ Duke Ali Hausfeld......................................... Duke Sarah Kirkwood .......................... Virginia* Brittany Ross................................Clemson Ulrike Stegemann..............Georgia Tech 2005 FIRST TEAM Allison Anderson .......... Boston College Carrie DeMange ................................ Duke Ali Hausfeld......................................... Duke Andreza Santos ...................Florida State Stephanie Smith .......................Maryland Rachel Wagener ........................Maryland Karla Johnson .................................. Miami Dani Nyenhuis.......... North Carolina Stefani Eddins ............................. NC State Sarah Kirkwood ............................ Virginia SECOND TEAM Brittany Ross................................Clemson Lindsey Laband ..................Georgia Tech Ulrike Stegemann..............Georgia Tech Jade Brown .................................Maryland Francheska Savage ........................ Miami Camilla Ihenetu .............. North Carolina Taylor Rayfield ................ North Carolina Erin Borhart........................... Wake Forest FRESHMEN TEAM Jeannette Abbott ....................Clemson* Jourdan Norman............................... Duke Talisa Kellogg ......................Georgia Tech Callie Miller ..........................Georgia Tech Maggie Schmelze .....................Maryland Shannon Davis.............................. Virginia

Brianna Barry........................Florida State Lauren Dickson............................. Virginia Didem Ege....................................Clemson Rachael Moss ................................... Duke* Kelsey Murphy ............................Clemson Taylor Parrish ....................... Virginia Tech 2007 FIRST TEAM Carrie DeMange ....................... Duke Mira Djuric ............................Florida State Didem Ege ...................................Clemson Ali Hausfeld ........................................ Duke Danielle Hepburn .....................Clemson Talisa Kellogg .....................Georgia Tech Sarah Kirkwood ........................... Virginia Natalie Mullikin .................. Wake Forest Kelsey Murphy ...........................Clemson SECOND TEAM Jeannette Abbott ......................Clemson Jade Brown .................................Maryland Brianna Eskola ................ North Carolina Kelsey Johnson.............. Boston College Leslie Mansfield..........................Clemson Rachael Moss ..................................... Duke Ulrike Stegemann..............Georgia Tech Meghan Steiner..........................Clemson Makini Thompson ..............Florida State FRESHMAN TEAM Audrey Eichler................ Boston College Katie Gallagher ................................ Miami Kelsey Jones ......................... Wake Forest Michelle Kenning......................Maryland Kendahl Voelker ........................... Virginia Felicia Willoughby ........... Virginia Tech* 2008 FIRST TEAM Danielle Hepburn .............. Clemson Kelsey Murphy ............................Clemson Talisa Kellogg ......................Georgia Tech Callie Miller ..........................Georgia Tech Rachael Moss ..................................... Duke Briana Eskola ................... North Carolina Lauren Prussing.............. North Carolina Natalie Mulikin .................... Wake Forest Felicia Willoughby ............. Virginia Tech SECOND TEAM Lia Proctor ....................................Clemson Jourdan Norman............................... Duke Ashley Moon ........................Florida State Lauren Richardson .............Florida State Lane Carico ....................................... Miami Angelica Ellis .................................... Miami Genny Mayhew ............................... Miami Heather Brooks ............... North Carolina Ingrid Hanson-Tuntland ....... North Carolina FRESHMAN TEAM Kellie Catanch .................................... Duke Sophia Dunworth ............................. Duke Lane Carico * .................................... Miami Simone Asque............................... Virginia Erin Leaser ............................ Virginia Tech Kadija Fornah ....................... Wake Forest

2009 Sandra Adeleye ..........................Clemson Didem Ege....................................Clemson Kelsey Murphy ............................Clemson Lia Proctor ....................................Clemson Becci Burling....................................... Duke Kellie Catanach .................................. Duke Rachael Moss ..................................... Duke Brianna Barry .............. Florida State Mira Djuric.............................Florida State Rachael Morgan ..................Florida State Jordana Price ........................Florida State Chrissy DeMichelis ............Georgia Tech Monique Mead ...................Georgia Tech Mary Ashley Tippins .........Georgia Tech Lane Carico ....................................... Miami Cassie Loessberg............................. Miami Simone Asque............................... Virginia Felicia Willoughby ............. Virginia Tech FRESHMAN TEAM Sandra Adeleye ..........................Clemson Alexa Rand ...................................Clemson Christiana Gray .................................. Duke Fatma Yildirim ......................Florida State Monique Mead * ................Georgia Tech Cara Baarendse................... Virginia Tech 2010 Sandra Adeleye..........................................Clemson Becci Burling ........................................................Duke Kellie Catanach...................................Duke Christiana Gray ...................................................Duke Ali McCurdy ..........................................................Duke Amanda Robertson ........................................Duke Visnjya Djurdjevic .............................Florida State Stephanie Neville..............................Florida State Bailey Hunter .....................................Georgia Tech Monique Mead................................Georgia Tech Mary Ashley Tippins......................Georgia Tech Lane Carico .........................................................Miami Kaylie Gibson.................................North Carolina Courtney Johnston ...................North Carolina Emily McGee..................................North Carolina Cara Baarendse .................................Virginia Tech Felicia Willoughby ...........................Virginia Tech Andrea Beck.........................................Wake Forest FRESHMAN TEAM Hannah Brenner........................................Clemson Moneshia Simmons................................Clemson Ali McCurdy ..........................................................Duke Jennifer Percy ....................................Georgia Tech Mary Cushman ........................................Maryland McKenzie Adams * .....................................Virginia Victoria Hamsher .............................Virginia Tech Bold denotes ACC Player of the Year *Denotes ACC Freshman of the Year

2006 FIRST TEAM Allison Anderson .......... Boston College Jeannette Abbott ......................Clemson Carrie DeMange ................................ Duke Katie Esbrook ...................... Virginia Tech Ali Hausfeld .............................. Duke Danielle Hepburn ......................Clemson Emily Kirkwood ............................ Virginia Ulrike Stegemann..............Georgia Tech Makini Thompson ..............Florida State SECOND TEAM Jade Brown .................................Maryland Didem Ege....................................Clemson Lindsey Gray ........................Georgia Tech Tealle Hunkus..................................... Duke Sarah Kirkwood ............................ Virginia Ciara Michel ...................................... Miami Rachael Moss ..................................... Duke Natalie Mullikin ................... Wake Forest Katie Oakes .................................... Virginia FRESHMAN TEAM

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

SUPERLATIVES BY SCHOOL School Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina NC State Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest

POY 0 2 7 1 4 3 0 5 2 0 0 1

FOY 0 5 4 2 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 1

ALL-ACC HONORS BY SCHOOL School Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina NC State Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest

1T 2 31 43 19 29 26 5 64 17 16 5 8

2T 1 24 28 11 27 18 5 19 11 16 0 9

FT 1 18 18 9 19 9 2 9 6 16 5 6 49


ALL-TIME ACC REGIONAL HONORS AMERICAN VOLLEYBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION ALL-SOUTH 1985 Denise Murphy ............................ Clemson 1986 Linda Kraft ............................................ Duke Susan Wilson ........................................ Duke 1987 Bev Stross.............................................. Duke 1988 Beth Brockell ....................................Virginia 1989 Sharon German................ North Carolina Liz Berg ............................... North Carolina Stacey Anderson ............................Virginia 1990 Karen Greiner ...................................... Duke Colleen Hurley.............................Maryland Nicole Lantagne .........................Maryland Liz Berg ............................... North Carolina 1991 Karen Greiner ...................................... Duke Amy Verhoeven .................................. Duke Ashley Wacholder .............................. Duke Amy Peistrup .................... North Carolina 1992 Amy Verhoeven .................................. Duke Luiza Ramos ...........................Florida State Sherry Cowling .....................Florida State Bianca Stevens ......................Florida State Andrea Oakes ..............................Maryland 1993 Robin Kibben ................................ Clemson Cappy Meyer........................................ Duke Adrian Nicol ......................................... Duke Jen Rohrig ............................................. Duke Ashley Wacholder .............................. Duke Luiza Ramos ...........................Florida State Vicki Zinkil...............................Florida State ALL-DISTRICT III 1994 Robin Kibben ................................ Clemson Heather Kahl ................................. Clemson Adrian Nicol ......................................... Duke Ashley Wacholder .............................. Duke Luiza Ramos ...........................Florida State Kerry Annel............................Georgia Tech Kristin Kruse ...................... North Carolina 1995 Ashley Self ..................................... Clemson Julie Rodriguez ............................ Clemson Michelle Thieke ............................ Clemson Kerry Annel............................Georgia Tech Andrea Nachtrieb................Georgia Tech Sherry Smith ................................Maryland Kristin Kruse ...................... North Carolina Amber Willey .................... North Carolina 1996 Julie Rodriguez ............................ Clemson Sarah Peifer .......................................... Duke Andrea Nachtrieb................Georgia Tech Rochelle Komula .................Georgia Tech Elizabeth Efron ............................Maryland Daune Koester.............................Maryland Eden Kroeger ...............................Maryland Tori Seibert ........................ North Carolina 1997 Cindy Stern .................................... Clemson Alison Coday ................................. Clemson Fiona Bolten ...........................Florida State Rochelle Komula .................Georgia Tech Danielle Olein .......................Georgia Tech Carla Gartner ........................Georgia Tech Elizabeth Efron ............................Maryland Eden Kroeger ...............................Maryland Jaime Summers ..........................Maryland Tori Seibert ........................ North Carolina 1998 Alison Coday ................................. Clemson Jodi Steffes .................................... Clemson Fiona Bolten ...........................Florida State Holly Schneider ....................Florida State Aisha Thornton .....................Florida State Carla Gartner ........................Georgia Tech Erin Berg ............................. North Carolina Tori Seibert ........................ North Carolina Shannon Smith ................ North Carolina Jessica Parsons ................................Virginia Claire Folga.......................................Virginia 1999 Jessi Betcher ................................. Clemson Alison Coday ................................. Clemson Jodi Steffes .................................... Clemson Cindy Stern .................................... Clemson Maja Pachale........................ Georgia Tech Tori Seibert .........................North Carolina Casey Simpson ..................North Carolina Shannon Smith .................North Carolina Mary Frances Scott ........................Virginia 50

Trina Maso de Moya ............ Wake Forest 2000 Kyleen Bell ............................ Georgia Tech Norisha Campbell ................Florida State Krista Dill ............................................... Duke Kele Eveland ........................ Georgia Tech Trina Maso de Moya ............ Wake Forest Nicole Reis ..........................North Carolina Casey Simpson ..................North Carolina Jill Sonne ............................................... Duke Jodi Steffes .................................... Clemson Deanna Zwarich .............................Virginia 2001 Kyleen Bell ............................ Georgia Tech Carey Brennan ............................Maryland Norisha Campbell ...............Florida State Margaret Davidson ............. Wake Forest Krista Dill .............................................. Duke Laura Greene .....................North Carolina Ashley Harris ....................................... Duke Trina Maso de Moya ........... Wake Forest Maja Pachale ....................... Georgia Tech Nicole Reis .........................North Carolina ALL-EAST 2002 Lori Ashton .................................... Clemson Carey Brennan.............................Maryland Kele Eveland ........................ Georgia Tech Kristin Frye ..............................Florida State Katie Gilman......................................... Duke Laura Greene .....................North Carolina Lynnette Moster ................. Georgia Tech Alexandra Preiss ................. Georgia Tech Eve Rackham......................North Carolina 2003 Whitney Ashcraft............................Virginia Paige Davis .......................................Virginia Kele Eveland ........................ Georgia Tech Leslie Finn ...................................... Clemson Aimee Huddleston ....................Maryland Lynnsy Jones ...............................Maryland Lynnette Moster ................. Georgia Tech Alexandra Preiss ................. Georgia Tech Valerie Rydberg .................... Wake Forest Lauren Sauer ........................ Georgia Tech Christy Williams .................... Wake Forest 2004 Leslie Finn ...................................... Clemson Jayme Gergen ..................... Georgia Tech Ali Hausfeld .......................................... Duke Stephanie Istvan................................. Duke Lindsey Laband....................Georgia Tech Lynnette Moster ..................Georgia Tech Molly Pyles......................... North Carolina Amanda Santos ....................Florida State Valeria Tipiana ................................... Miami Rachel Wagener ..........................Maryland 2005 Carrie DeMange ................................. Duke Ali Hausfeld .......................................... Duke Karla Johnson .................................... Miami Sarah Kirkwood ..............................Virginia Lindsey Laband....................Georgia Tech Dani Nyenhuis .................. North Carolina Andreza Santos .....................Florida State Francheska Savage .......................... Miami Jenny Shull ........................................... Duke Stephanie Smith .........................Maryland Rachel Wagener ..........................Maryland 2006 Jeannette Abbott ........................ Clemson Allison Anderson .............Boston College Carrie DeMange ................................. Duke Katie Esbrook .........................Virginia Tech Ali Hausfeld .......................................... Duke Danielle Hepburn........................ Clemson Tealle Hunkus ...................................... Duke Emily Kirkwood ...............................Virginia Katie Oakes.......................................Virginia Ulrike Stegemann ...............Georgia Tech Makini Thompson ................Florida State 2007 Jade Brown ...................................Maryland Carrie DeMange ................................. Duke Didem Ege .................................... Clemson Ali Hausfeld ......................................... Duke Danielle Hepburn ....................... Clemson Talisa Kellogg ........................Georgia Tech Sarah Kirkwood ..............................Virginia Rachael Moss ....................................... Duke Kelsey Murphy ............................. Clemson Ulrike Stegemann ...............Georgia Tech

Meghan Steiner ........................... Clemson 2008 Danielle Hepburn........................ Clemson Kelsey Murphy ............................. Clemson Lia Proctor...................................... Clemson Rachael Moss ....................................... Duke Jourdan Norman ................................ Duke Talisa Kellogg ........................Georgia Tech Callie Miller ............................Georgia Tech Lane Carico ......................................... Miami Heather Brooks ................ North Carolina Briana Eskola..................... North Carolina Felicia Willoughby................Virginia Tech Natalie Mulikin .......................Wake Forest 2009 Sandra Adeleye ............................ Clemson Didem Ege ..................................... Clemson Kelsey Murphy ............................. Clemson Lia Proctor...................................... Clemson Kellie Catanach ................................... Duke Rachael Moss ....................................... Duke Brianna Barry .........................Florida State Mira Djuric ..............................Florida State Jordana Price .........................Florida State Mary Ashley Tippins ...........Georgia Tech Lane Carico ......................................... Miami Cassie Loessberg .............................. Miami Felicia Willoughby................Virginia Tech 2010 Sandra Adeleye ............................ Clemson Becci Burling ........................................ Duke Kellie Catanach ................................... Duke Christiana Gray.................................... Duke Amanda Robertson ........................... Duke Visnja Djurdjevic...................Florida State Monique Mead ....................Georgia Tech Mary Ashley Tippins ...........Georgia Tech Lane Carico ......................................... Miami Katie Gallagher ................................. Miami Kaylie Gibson .................... North Carolina Cara Baarendse .....................Virginia Tech Felicia Willoughby................Virginia Tech

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR DISTRICT III 1999 Jessi Betcher ...............................Clemson 2000 Kele Eveland....................... Georgia Tech EAST 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010

Sarah Salem .......................................Duke Cassie McLaughlin ............ Florida State Ali Hausfeld ........................................Duke Jeannette Abbott ......................Clemson Rachael Moss .....................................Duke Lane Carico .......................................Miami Sandra Adeleye ..........................Clemson McKenzie Adams .........................Virginia COACH OF THE YEAR SOUTH

1990 Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland 1991 Shelton Collier................... Georgia Tech DISTRICT III 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Joe Sagula........................North Carolina Jolene Jordan Hoover..............Clemson Jolene Nagel ......................................Duke Joe Sagula........................North Carolina EAST

2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010

Joe Sagula........................North Carolina Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Bond Shymansky.............. Georgia Tech Janice Kruger ............................ Maryland Jolene Jordan Hoover..............Clemson Nicole Lantagne Welch ................Miami Chris Poole........................... Florida State Jolene Nagel ......................................Duke

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball


ALL-TIME ACC NATIONAL HONORS ALL-AMERICA FRESHMAN AVCA 1991 Ashley Wacholder............................ Duke VOLLEYBALL MONTHLY 1993 Ashley Wacholder (3rd) ................. Duke VOLLEYBALL MAGAZINE 1994 Ashley Wacholder (3rd) ................. Duke USAA

1999 Cindy Stern (2) ........................... Clemson 2002 Lynnette Moster (2) .........Georgia Tech Laura Greene (3)............ North Carolina 2003 Kele Eveland (1) .................Georgia Tech Lynnette Moster (3) .........Georgia Tech 2004 Lynnette Moster (3) .........Georgia Tech 2008 Danielle Hepburn (3) ............... Clemson 2009 Brianna Barry (2) ................Florida State 2010 Kellie Catanach (3)........................... Duke Lane Carico (3) ................................ Miami 50TH ANNIVERSARY VOLLEYBALL TEAM

1995 Shannon Saltzman ..................Maryland

ACADEMIC HONORS COLLEGIATE ALL-AMERICAN SCHOLAR 1996 Shannon Saltzman ...................Maryland GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1998 Carolyn Clevenger.............Georgia Tech 1999 Carolyn Clevenger.............Georgia Tech VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 2000 Kyleen Bell (1st) ..................Georgia Tech 2001 Kyleen Bell (1st) ..................Georgia Tech Alison Kreager (3rd) ...................NC State 2003 Kele Eveland (3rd) .............Georgia Tech CoSIDA/ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 2005 Sarah Kirkwood (2) .......................Virginia 2006 Sarah Kirkwood (1) .......................Virginia Ali Hausfeld (3) .................................. Duke 2007 Sarah Kirkwood (2) .......................Virginia Ali Hausfeld (2) .................................. Duke 2008 Rachael Moss (2) ............................... Duke 2009 Rachael Moss (1) ............................... Duke GTE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT III 1985 Denise Murphy .....................................Clemson Sue Burroni ...................................................Duke Nicole Lantagne ................................. Maryland 1986 Denise Murphy .....................................Clemson Chris Sherman ......................................Clemson 1987 Chris Sherman ......................................Clemson 1989 Pam Vehling ...........................................NC State 1990 Pam Vehling ...........................................NC State 1991 Karen Greiner ...............................................Duke 1992 Sherry Cowling ............................. Florida State 1993 Jennifer McCall ............................. Florida State 1995 Cris Omiecinski ............................ Georgia Tech 1997 Carolyn Clevenger ...................... Georgia Tech Lynnette Anderson .................... Georgia Tech 1998 Eden Kroeger ...................................... Maryland Carolyn Clevenger ...................... Georgia Tech 1999 Carolyn Clevenger ...................... Georgia Tech Heidi Cooper .........................................Clemson Kyleen Bell ..................................... Georgia Tech VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT II 2003 Kathy Shahrokh (2)............................ Maryland VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT III 2000 Kyleen Bell (1)............................... Georgia Tech Alison Kreager (1) ................................NC State Meredith Price (2) ................................NC State 2001 Kyleen Bell (1)............................... Georgia Tech Alison Kreager (1) ................................NC State Jennifer Anderson (2) .............................Florida State Rebecca Anderson (2) ........................NC State 2002 Rebecca Anderson (1) ........................NC State Malaika Underwood (1) .................North Carolina Kele Eveland (2) ........................... Georgia Tech Laura Greene (2).......................North Carolina Marija Zoric (2) ......................................Clemson 2003 Kele Eveland (1) ........................... Georgia Tech Lauren Sauer (1) .......................... Georgia Tech Whitney Ashcraft (2) .............................Virginia Shannon Boyle (2) .................................Virginia

Aletha Green (3) .......................North Carolina Katie Wright (3).........................North Carolina ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT II 2004 Aimee Huddleston (1) .......................Maryland 2007 Beth Gillming .................................... ..Maryland 2010 Brittney Grove (2) .............................. Maryland Bethany Springer (2)......................... Maryland ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT III 2004 Melissa Markowski (1) ................Virginia Tech Jayme Gergen (2)........................ Georgia Tech Lauren Sauer (2) .......................... Georgia Tech Lindsay Osco (3) .....................................Virginia Elizabeth Tyson (3) ...................................Miami 2005 Jennifer Albrecht (1) ...................Virginia Tech Sarah Kirkwood (1) ................................Virginia Melissa Rabe (1) ...................................NC State Melissa Markowski (1) ................Virginia Tech Michelle Bruin (2)......................................Miami Ali Hausfeld (3) ............................................Duke Ulrike Stegemann (3) ................ Georgia Tech Stefani Eddins (3) .................................NC State 2006 Jennifer Albrecht (1) ...................Virginia Tech Ali Hausfeld (1) ............................................Duke Sarah Kirkwood (1) ................................Virginia Sue Carls (2) ..................................................Duke Sarah Griffin (2)............................. Florida State Michelle Bruin (3)......................................Miami Brianna Eskola (3) ....................North Carolina Emily Kirkwood (3) ................................Virginia Lindsay Osco (3) .....................................Virginia Jenny Shull (3)..............................................Duke 2007 Sarah Kirkwood (1) ................................Virginia Ali Hausfeld (1) ............................................Duke Jennifer Albrecht (1) ..................Virginia Tech Ulrike Stegemann (2) ................ Georgia Tech Sue Carls (2) ..................................................Duke Michelle Bruin (3).....................................Miami Natalie Mullikin (3) .......................Wake Forest Stephanie Jansma (3) .................North Carolina Lauren Prussing (3) .................North Carolina Meghan Steiner (3) .............................Clemson Leslie Mansfield (3) .............................Clemson 2008 Lauren Ducksoin (1) ..............................Virginia Rachael Moss (1) .........................................Duke Brianna Barry (2) .......................... Florida State Kristen Cunningham (2) .................Virginia Tech Natalie Mulikin (2) ........................Wake Forest Allie Niekamp (2) ........................ Georgia Tech Sue Carls (3) ..................................................Duke Lauren Prussing (3) .................North Carolina Anna Wherry (3) ..........................................Duke Taylor Wilson (3) ........................... Florida State 2009 Brianna Barry (1) .......................... Florida State Heather Brooks (1)...................North Carolina Lauren Dickson (1) ................................Virginia Rachael Moss (1) .........................................Duke Maria Andersson (2).................................Miami Lane Carico (2) ...........................................Miami Sophia Dunworth (2) .................................Duke Taylor Wilson (2) ........................... Florida State 2010 Andrea Beck (1) .............................Wake Forest Lane Carico (1) ...........................................Miami Sophia Dunworth (1) .................................Duke Taylor Wilson (1) ........................... Florida State Christiana Gray (3) ......................................Duke

2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Volleyball

Kerry Annel .................................. Georgia Tech Erin Berg .....................................North Carolina Liz Berg .......................................North Carolina Jill Berkebile ..............................North Carolina Beth Brockell..........................................Viriginia Diane Brown ................................................Duke Kristin Campbell .........................................Duke Norisha Campbell .......................Florida State Alison Coday ........................................ Clemson Melinda Dudley ...................................NC State Elizabeth Efron ...................................Maryland Carla Gartner ............................... Georgia Tech Sharon German .......................North Carolina Karen Greiner ..............................................Duke Anne Maria Hammers .........................Virginia Tricia Hopkins ..............................................Duke Colleen Hurley ...................................Maryland Heather Kahl ........................................ Clemson Robin Kibben....................................... Clemson Laura Kimbrell ......................................NC State Daune Koester ...................................Maryland Rochelle Komula ........................ Georgia Tech Linda Kraft ....................................................Duke Eden Kroeger ......................................Maryland Patty Lake ..............................................NC State Nicole Lantagne ................................Maryland Trina Maso de Mayo ....................Wake Forest Donna Meier .............................North Carolina Andrea Nachtrieb ...................... Georgia Tech Adrian Nicol .................................................Duke Cris Omiecinski ........................... Georgia Tech Maja Pachale................................ Georgia Tech Amy Peistrup ............................North Carolina Pam Pounds ...................................Wake Forest Luiza Ramos ..................................Florida State Juile Rodriguez ................................... Clemson Jen Rohrig.....................................................Duke Stacey Schaeffer ..................................NC State Susan Schafer .......................................NC State Holly Schneider ...........................Florida State Mary Frances Scott ...............................Virginia Tori Seibert ................................North Carolina Sherry Smith .......................................Maryland Jodi Steffes ........................................... Clemson Cindy Stern........................................... Clemson Michelle Thieke ................................... Clemson Aisha Thornton ............................Florida State Volire Tisdale.........................................NC State Amy Verhoeven ..........................................Duke Ashley Wacholder ......................................Duke Susan Wilson................................................Duke Deanna Zwarich ....................................Virginia

51


2011 ACC Volleyball Guide  

The 2011 ACC Volleyball Guide is an official publication of the Atlantic Coast Conference

Advertisement
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you