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Edinboro Volleyball 2007

Table of Contents Media Information 2007 Schedule ....................................OBC Edinboro University Quick Facts ........1 Edinboro University..............................32 Administration ......................................32 Athletic Department Directory........IBC The 2007 Fighting Scots Head Coach ..............................................2 Assistant Coaches ....................................3 Season Preview ....................................4-5 Jenna Benkelman ....................................6 Jenna Newman ........................................7 Breanna Smith ..........................................8 Alissa Chutz..............................................9 Samantha Kuehner................................10 Brittany Slauterbeck ..............................11 Chrissy Steger ........................................12 Olivia Williams ......................................13 Kaitlin Hartman ....................................14 Danielle Martzolf ..................................14

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Maureen Tilert ........................................15 Katie Wilkins ..........................................15 2007 Roster ..............................................15 Pronunciation Guide ............................16 2006 in Review Final Results & Statistics ......................17 The PSAC ..........................................18-19 All-Time Records Career Records ......................................20 Season Records ......................................21 Match Records ..................................22-23 Year-By-Year Records............................24 Season Records ......................................24 Edinboro in the NCAA Playoffs ........25 Yearly Leaders ........................................25 Honor Roll ..............................................26 All-Time vs. Opponents ......................27 All-Time Results ..............................28-30 All-Time Roster ......................................31

Information on Fighting Scot athletics is available on the Internet by accessing Edinboro University’s World Wide Web homepage at www.edinboro.edu then clicking the “Athletics” button. Results are available on the Fighting Scot Hotline by calling (814) 732-1837.

Edinboro Fast Facts

Location: Edinboro, PA 16444 Enrollment: 7,800 Nickname: Fighting Scots Colors: Red & White Affiliation: NCAA II (wrestling - NCAA I) Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Arena: McComb Fieldhouse (3,500) President: Dr. Jeremy D. Brown Athletic Director: Bruce Baumgartner Head Coach: Missy Soboleski (Gannon ‘93) Record at Edinboro: 45-33, 2 years Career Record: 178-211, 12 years Office Phone: (814) 732-1831 Assistant Coach: Jenn Ax Office Phone: (814) 732-1832 Head Athletic Trainer: Gary Hanna 2006 Record: 19-17 PSAC Record/Finish: 2-8, 6th West Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 First Year of Volleyball: 1971 All-Time Record: 757-388-4 (.659) All-Time NCAA Playoff Record: 10-9 Last Playoff Appearance: 2005 NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional -- defeated Mount Olive in quarterfinals; lost to LeesMcRae in semifinals.

Sports Information Contact

Sports Information Director: Bob Shreve Office Phone: (814) 732-1834 Home Phone: (814) 833-3379 FAX: (814) 732-2596 e-mail: rshreve@edinboro.edu

The 2007 Edinboro University Volleyball Media guide is a publication of the Sports Information Department, Bob Shreve, Director. The guide was written and designed by Bob Shreve, with assistance from Jake Sekel, graduate assistant. The media guide was printed by Printing Concepts Inc. of Erie, Pa. Photography by Mike Gallagher, Bruce Bennett and Bob Wheeler.

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity educational institution and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex and handicap in its activities, programs or employment practices as required by Title VI, Title IX, Section 504 and the ADA. For information regarding civil rights or grievance procedures, contact Mr. Patrick F. Coleman, Director of Human Resources and Staff Development, Title VI, Title IX, Section 504 and the ADA Coordinator, at Reeder Hall, 2nd Floor, Edinboro, PA 16444 (814-732-2703).

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Head Coach

Missy Soboleski 3rd Year Gannon ‘93

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ormer Edinboro University President Dr. Frank G. Pogue announced the hiring of Missy Soboleski as head volleyball coach on February 3, 2005. Soboleski replaced Dale Flickinger, who was hired on an interim basis in late July to replace Lynn Theehs, who went to the University of Maine. After a slow start, Soboleski returned the Fighting Scots to the ranks of the elite in the Atlantic Region. Edinboro finished its first season under Soboleski’s tutelage with a 2616 ledger, and was selected for the NCAA Division II Playoffs. The 26 wins were particularly impressive since the Fighting Scots were struggling at 7-12 entering the final weekend in September. They would go on to win 17 of their final 19 regular season matches to qualify for the PSAC Tournament with a third place finish in the Western Division. With a four-game win over Millersville in the quarterfinals, Edinboro reached the semifinals before falling in three games to Lock Haven. The same fate held true in the Atlantic Regional, as the Fighting Scots defeated Mount Olive in three games in the quarterfinals, but then lost in three games to Lees-McRae in the semifinals. The Fighting Scots weren’t as fortunate in the 2006 campaign, as a young squad lost five of its last six matches to finish at 19-17. Two of those losses came in five games. Soboleski is well-known in local volleyball circles. She has previously coached at two local institutions, Mercyhurst and

Gannon. She took over the Edinboro program after serving as the head coach at Mercyhurst from 1999-2004. At Mercyhurst, she inherited a volleyball program that had not had a winning season since 1993, had won only five games in four years in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), and had recorded just 26 wins in five previous seasons. She proceeded to lead the Lady Lakers to three winning seasons in six years at the helm, including a 21-8 finish in 2002, winning the Southern Division championship. The 2001 team went 19-16, and her 2003 team was 1615. Prior to taking over at Mercyhurst, Soboleski spent four seasons as the head coach at her alma mater, Gannon, where she was previously a standout player. Her 199598 Lady Knight editions reached the GLIAC Playoffs twice, including a 21-14 record in her first season, with Gannon reaching the NCAA Division II Playoffs. Soboleski's final team was 18-16 and qualified for the GLIAC Playoffs. She was an assistant coach under Gerry (Burbules) Vensel, a member of the Edinboro Athletic Hall of Fame, in 1994. "It has always been our intention to keep Edinboro University volleyball in the forefront of the PSAC and the region," related Director of Athletics Bruce Baumgartner. "We think coach Soboleski has what it takes to continue Edinboro University's winning tradition. We feel our program is in very good hands. Missy brings a great deal of energy and experience to our program, and she is very familiar with what Edinboro volleyball represents. We also like the fact that she enjoyed an excellent graduation rate at Mercyhurst.” A native of Rootstown, Ohio, Soboleski graduated from Gannon in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in Education and a minor in Sports Management and Health & Physical

Missy Soboleski’s Career Coaching Record

Year

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

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School

Gannon Gannon Gannon Gannon Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Edinboro Edinboro

TwelveYears

W

21 8 6 18 7 11 19 21 16 6 26 19

178

L

14 22 21 16 23 20 16 8 15 23 16 17

211

Pct.

.667 .267 .222 .529 .233 .355 .543 .724 .516 .261 .619 .528

.458

Notes

NCAA Division II Playoffs/GLIAC Playoffs GLIAC Playoffs GLIAC Southern Division Champions NCAA Division II Playoffs/PSAC Playoffs

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Education. A four-year letterwinner for the Lady Knights from 1990 to 1993, Gannon was 116-22 during that period. That included three straight trips to the Elite Eight to conclude her playing career. Soboleski enjoyed a distinguished career as a player, serving as a co-captain in 1993. The outside hitter earned a spot on the Hamot Classic All-Tournament team as a senior, then capped her career by earning All-Tournament accolades in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional. She totaled 14 kills

and 16 digs in the regional final win over Slippery Rock, propelling Gannon to its third straight trip to the Elite Eight. Soboleski and her husband, Mark, reside in Edinboro with their three children -- Madison (7) and twins Braeden and Abigale (4). While at Gannon she also served as the SWA/Assistant Athletic Director. Mark previously served as the head football coach at Central High School and is a teacher in the Millcreek School District.

Jenn Ax

Kristen Perkins

Assistant Coaches J

enn Ax joined the Edinboro coaching staff as interim assistant coach in August 2006. Ax is no stranger to head coach Missy Soboleski, having played for the current Edinboro head coach when she served in a similar capacity at nearby Mercyhurst College. In fact, Ax (fomerly Jenn Barba) enjoyed a record-setting career for the Lakers, culminated by her selection as Mercyhurst’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2004. She earned second team All-GLIAC honors as a junior and senior, and was an honorable mention choice her first two years. In addition, she was named to the GLIAC All-Academic Team three times. Ax holds Mercyhurst career records for games played (449), career block solos (165), career block assists (355), and career total blocks (520). She ranks second in career kills (1,311) and career kill percentage (.328) and is third in career attempts (2,949). In addition, she is tied for the school record for kills in a game with 27, along with block assists (9) and block solos (10) in a match. Two years ago Ax served as a graduate intern at Westminster College. A native of Meadville, PA and a former standout at Meadville High School, Ax received her bachelor’s degree in Art from Mercyhurst in May 2004. While playing for Meadville High School, she was a second team All-State selection in 1999-2000 and was named the Tri-County Athletic Conference MVP both years. Ax resides in Erie with her husband of just under a year, James Ax.

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ormer Edinboro volleyball player Kristen Perkins will serve as a student assistant coach while finishing work on her undergraduate degree in Nursing. A native of Perrysburg, OH, Perkins was limited a year ago to 55 games due to injuries. She finished with 97 kills and had 23 total blocks while playing outside hitter. In 2005, she totaled 159 kills and 37 blocks while playing in 108 games. She had a career-high 15 kills against Notre Dame(OH). As a freshman, she participated in 80 games, totaling 88 kill. Perkins played her high school volleyball at Perrysburg High School, where she was a two-year letterwinner who was recognized as the Most Improved Player.

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Most coaches view youth as a potential concern.

For Edinboro University volleyball coach Missy Soboleski, youth is viewed as a strength. Of course, it’s also the athleticism of the youth that makes the youngsters so enticing. Sure, her Fighting Scots have three seniors on the 2007 roster, including first team All-PSAC West performer Jenna Newman. But it’s the four freshmen and four sophomores that get the third-year Edinboro mentor excited. “Our strength in numbers is in our youth, with eight freshmen and sophomores,” reiterated Soboleski. “We have three sophomores who were key players a year ago, and several freshmen will make immediate contributions.” At the same time, Soboleski likes the fact that seniors Jenna Benkelman, Breanna Smith, and Newman have taken over a key leadership role. “I’m really impressed with the enthusiasm of our seniors over the summer. I’m hoping that their enthusiasm is infectious to the rest of the team.” Edinboro posted a 19-17 finish a year after going 26-16 in Soboleski’s first year at the helm. Soboleski feels the 2007 team’s success will depend on ball control. “We’ll give every team a good match,” she predicted. “We’ll be competitive, even with the youth. I think we’ll be a little more defense-oriented this year. Our strength is in the middle. What I really like is that we have ‘eye of the tiger’ type kids. “If we control the ball well on first contact, we’ll be successful,” she continued. “We have quickness and power at the net, and athletes who can place the ball. The key will be our setters delivering the ball at a consistent speed and location. Our goal is to run the ball through our middle hitters and run the offense at the speed we want. We want to rely on our speed and quickness to win matches.” With the graduation of setter Ashley Cottengim, the ball control that Soboleski craves will be largely in the hands of the young players. Jenna Newman

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2007 Season Preview

That doesn’t bother her in the least. “There will be a lot of pressure put on them from the beginning,” Soboleski stressed. “They have to get used to it. They’ve played the game for a long time. The thing will be catching up with the speed of the game. That’s why we recruit so heavily at the club level. They play at a faster speed.” Edinboro will open the 2007 campaign on August 24-25 at the Grace College Classic against IU-Southeast. That is one of three tournaments the Fighting Scots will compete in prior to opening PSAC West competition on September 11 against California(Pa.). “I’m hoping the pre-conference tournament will prepare us for what promises to be a tough conference schedule,” related Soboleski. “The PSAC is pretty competitive, particularly the Western Division. In the West, almost anyone can beat anyone.”

Middle Hitters

In Jenna Newman, the Fighting Scots possess one of the top middle hitters in the PSAC, and certainly one of the most athletic. The 5’11” senior earned first team All-PSAC West honors a year ago after finishing second in the PSAC in hitting percentage (.353), and fourth in kills. Newman finished the year with 470 kills, the second time in three seasons she has paced the team in kills. That figure is also the fifth-highest in school history. In addition, she led the Scots in total blocks (85). Newman enters her senior campaign ranked second in school history in kills with 1,283. Only Ashley Walton’s 1,906 kills are better. She also ranks seventh in career block solos (40), career block assists (208) and career total blocks (248), along with seventh in career kills per game (3.01), and tenth in career hitting percentage (.292). “Jenna is a force in the middle,” noted Soboleski. “She will be our ‘go-to’ player at the net, and every team we play knows it. She is one of the best athletes in the PSAC.” Several players will battle to play alongside Newman. Most prominent are Olivia Williams and Brittany Slauterbeck. Both are sophomores who made big contributions as freshmen. The only question this year is they stay in the middle or move to the outside. Williams joined the Edinboro program as a very raw 5’9” recruit. Soboleski knew she eventually would be a force, but few figured it would be so quick. All Williams did was go on to earn PSAC West Rookie of the Year honors while playing both middle and outside hitter. Williams finished second to Newman in kills with 345, and was also second hitting percentage (.230). She finished just behind Newman in total blocks, as well, with 83. “We’re hoping that our All-PSAC West Rookie of the Year can pick up where she left off,” admitted Soboleski. “She came in as a raw freshman with an unbelievable ceiling. We didn’t expect her to work her way into the lineup until midway through the season, but due to an injury she had to step in and play the right side. She did a great job. She is so quick and agile. Plus she has great natural jumping ability.”

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While Williams may not be a true middle hitter, Slauterbeck is. The 5’9” sophomore is regarded as Edinboro’s best blocker, and like Williams, she possesses excellent quickness and athleticism. Slauterbeck had 273 kills, good for third on the team, adding 113 digs. She finished with 78 total blocks. “Brittany enjoyed a strong freshman season and is the most powerful attacker on the team,” noted Soboleski. “She explodes on the ball, thanks in great part to her work in the weight room. Brittany came from a great club program that trained off the court very hard, and she kept that same philosophy when she got here. She is most at home in the middle, but will be an option at all attacking positions, as she is selfless player who will do whatever is best for the team.” Chrissy Steger is a much-improved 5’9” sophomore who saw limited playing time a year ago. That should change after an excellent spring season. Steger played in six games a year ago. In addition to competing for time in the middle, she could also see action on the right side. “Chrissy was probably our most improved player and left a great impression after our spring season,” Soboleski assessed. “She didn’t get much playing in the fall, but she came into the spring with something to prove. She hit the weight room hard and is now more powerful at the net.”

Outside Hitters

Seniors Jenna Benkelman and Breanna Smith are two competitors for the outside hitter position, but they’ll have to hold off a strong group of freshmen. The 5’9” Benkelman had 158 kills and 259 digs last year, along with leading the team with 55 service aces. “Jenna will be a frontrunner for our OH-2 position,”” commented Soboleski. “She has the best and most natural touch and feel for the ball on the first contact. She also has a great serve and we will look for points from her there.” Smith has been a key performer for three years. A year ago, the 6’0” senior finished with 156 kills and 54 service aces despite missing considerable time due to injuries, playing in just 92 games. She has 694 career kills. “Like Jenna Newman, Breanna can be a force at the net. Her ball control and nose to the ball improved tremendously over the spring, and we look for that to continue. She will be one of the frontrunners for our OH-1 position,” stated Soboleski. Samantha Kuehner is a 5’10” sophomore who totaled 159 digs while playing in 114 games a year ago. She has a chance to see considerable action at outside hitter or libero, with defense and ballhandling her main strengths. Soboleski noted, “Sam got a lot of playing time in the outside hitting position, mainly in a defensive role. She did a great job and has also displayed a nice touch on the ball. She will be one of the top passers on the team.” Kaitlin Hartman, a 5’7” freshman, will also seek playing time at outside hitter. She earned conference MVP honors as a senior while playing at Cuyahoga Heights (OH) High School. Freshmen Danielle Martzolf, 5’9”, will look for action at

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outside hitter or on the right side. She is regarded as a very powerful hitter. She starred at Lancaster(NY) High School, helping the Redskins to a pair of New York state championships. Martzolf was a first team all-state selection as a senior and earned second team accolades as a junior. Williams, Slauterbeck and Steger also figure to challenge for time on the right side, depending on how the middle hitter situation falls out.

Setters/Liberos

With Ashley Cottengim and Amelia Robinson gone, these two positions will have a new look, and possibly a very youthful appearance. Alissa Chutz has seen limited action in her two seasons as a reserve setter. The 5’9” junior comes off a solid spring, and has made great strides defensively. “Alissa trained tremendously hard this spring. She always has, but this was her spring to really get to train in matches as our starting setter,” Soboloeski noted. “She has put herself in a position to compete for the setting position.” She will look to hold off 5’8” freshman Katie Wilkins. Soboleski notes that Wilkins is a natural with excellent speed in delivering the ball to the hitters. She played at Elkhart Memorial(IN) High School, helping the Chargers to a 31-3 record. Kuehner and freshman Maureen Tilert look to be the top competitors at libero. Soboleski views Tilert as a tenacious player and an outstanding athlete. The 5’3” Tilert earned All-Western New York honors as a senior while playing at Lakeshore(NY) High School.

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Meet the Fighting Scots

Jenna Benkelman

Outside Hitter 5-9 Senior Eden, NY/Eden HS

A player who made great strides a

Jenna Benkelman’s Career Highs

15 vs. California(Pa.), 9/28/04 Attempts: 44 vs. Ashland, 9/10/04 Hitting Pct.: .444 vs. Virginia Union (4-0-9), 10/1/05 Assists: 8 vs. Point Park, 10/7/06 Service Aces: 10 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 Digs: 14 vs. Glenville State, 9/1/06 Block Solos: 1 on nine occasions Block Assists: 3 on four occasions Kills:

The Jenna Benkelman File

Birthdate: June 23, 1986 Parents: Linda and Tom Benkelman Nickname: B, Jay Be, BT, BMB, JB, J Major: Graphic Design Hobbies: Drawing, hanging with

friends, cabin, swimmming, listening to music, jammin with ma Favorite Book: How to Kill a Mockingbird, facebook Favorite Music: Punk, country, rap, everything else Favorite Musicial Group:

The Audition, Boys Like Girls Saw Movies, Cruel Intentions Favorite Food: Pasta, soup Career Ambition: To move to a bigger city and get a job involving art/graphic design and be happy! Favorite Movie:

Jenna Benkelman’s Career Statistics Year MP-GP 2004 32-92 2005 31-86 2006 36-129 Career 99-307

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year ago and should once again challenge for a starting job at outside hitter … very strong passer and a great serve … will serve as a captain ... played for strong high school and club programs ... comes from the same Eden High School program that produced Renee' Kam, Edinboro’s career assist leader. 2006: Appeared in 129 games, ending the year with 158 kills, good for fourth on the team … led the Fighting Scots with 55 service aces, the sixthhighest season total … also had 259 digs, good for second on the team … posted a career-high 14 digs vs. Glenville State … had career-best 10 service aces against Cheyney, tied for third all-time in a match. 2005: Played in 86 games, finishing with 60 kills and 97 digs ... had 33 service aces ... had season-high 6 kills vs. Lees-McRae ... registered 8 digs, a season-high, on three occasions, and set career-high with 4 service aces against Cheyney. 2004: Appeared in 92 games, totaling 126 kills and 143 digs … had careerhigh 15 kills against California(Pa.), adding 10 digs … finished with 14 kills against Ashland and 11 vs. Gannon … had career-high 12 digs against LeesMcRae, with 11 more vs. Juniata. High School: A four-year starter at Eden High School, helping the Raiders to a 93-3 record during that period, including a 90-match win streak ... the Raiders made four New York state

E TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 88 476 .080 4 4 9 14 26 143 42 201 .090 12 2 33 30 20 97 125 569 .058 55 10 55 44 57 259 255 1246 .071 71 16 97 88 103 499

championship appearances, winning the title three times ... a first team allstate selection as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior ... earned first team All-Western New York accolades as a junior and senior and was a second team choice as a sophomore ... was recognized as the Eden Female Athlete of the Year and the volleyball Player of the Year as a senior.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “Jenna will be a frontrunner for our OH-2 position. She has the best and most natural touch and feel for the ball on the first contact. In the spring we worked hard to increase her range or the area she could cover in transition and defensive play. She also has a great serve and we will look for points from her there.”

BS BA BE 1 15 2 3 7 1 5 25 11 9 47 14

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Jenna Newman

Middle Hitter 5-10 Senior Las Vegas, NV/Coronado HS

An All-PSAC performer who is one

of the best athletes in the PSAC … an outstanding hitter who worked hard on her blocking this spring … Edinboro’s top hitting threat ... ranks seventh in career block solos (40), career block assists (208) and career total blocks (248), along with seventh in career kills per game (3.01), and tenth in career hitting percentage (.292). 2006: Earned first team All-PSAC West honors after finishing second in the PSAC in hitting percentage (.353) and fourth in kills … ranked 24th in Division II in hitting percentage … led the Boro with 470 kills, the fifth-highest total in school history … kill percentage was tenth in the record books … led the team with 85 total blocks, finishing first in block assists (69) and standing third in block solos (16) … finished the season with 17 straight games with double-figure kills, including 24 kills, one shy of her career high, against Clarion … had 23 kills vs. Slippery Rock … tied her career high with 5 service aces in the same match against Clarion … hit .750 (17 kills in 20 attempts) in match vs. Geneva, the eighth-best figure for a three-game match. 2005: Appeared in 146 games, finishing second on the team in kills (481) and total blocks (109) ... ranked ninth in the PSAC in kills per game and seventh in hitting percentage (.326) ... tied for the second on the team in service aces with 51 ... had career-high 25 kills against Notre Dame(OH), along with 21 vs. Shippensburg ... matched career-high with 7 block assists vs. East Stroudsburg. 2004: Led Edinboro as a freshman in kills with 332 and total blocks with 141, and was second in hitting percentage at .255 … also had 25 service aces and 105 digs … totaled 120 block assists, the fourth-highest season total, and the total blocks figure stands sixth … had a season-high 23 kills against Slippery Rock, along with a .600 hitting percentage … hit .700 (16-2-20) against Millersville, the second-highest hitting percentage for a four-game match … had 18 kills, 13 digs and 9 total blocks vs. Florida Southern … the total blocks ranks fourth for a five-

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game match … also had 7 block assists vs. Lees-McRae and IUP. High School: Was a three-year starter at Coronado High School, helping the Cougars finish as the 2003 Nevada Class 4A state runners-up ... the Cougars finished with a 34-8 record ... had 373 kills and a .550 kill percentage, along with 71 blocks ... was named the region MVP while earning AllSunrise Region accolades as a junior and senior ... was also an All-Southeast Conference selection in 2003 ... set school records for most kills in a match (27) and most blocks in a match (21). Coach Soboleski Comments:

“Jenna is a force in the middle. She will be our ‘go-to’ player at the net, and every team we play knows it. Jenna is a setter’s dream, one of the easiest players to set. Over the spring she worked hard on her blocking. I think she is one of the best athletes in the PSAC.”

Jenna Newman’s Career Highs

25 vs. Notre Dame(OH), 10/31/05 Attempts: 48 vs. Clarion, 10/24/06 Hitting Pct.: .750 vs. Geneva (17-2-20), 10/7/06 Assists: 3 vs. St. Leo’s, 9/3/04 Digs: 13 vs. Florida Southern, 9/4/04; vs. Lynn, 8/27/04 Service Aces: 5 on three occasions Block Solos: 4 vs. Lynn, 8/27/04 Block Assists: 7 on four occasions Kills:

The Jenna Newman File

Birthdate: July 8, 1986 Parents: Tami and Paul Newman Nickname: J-New, Newmy-New Major: Speech and Communications Hobbies: Running, scrap-booking,

reading

Historian or anything by Edgar Allan Poe Favorite Music: Rock! Country and Hip-hop too. Favorite Musicial Group: Smile Empty Soul, Nirvanna, Sugarland Favorite Movie: The Notebook, Gladiator, Shooter, Borat Favorite Food: Italian (lasagna), sushi, chips and salsa!!! Career Ambition: Take volleyball to the highest level attainable and use it as a stepping stone to further my education. One day it will lead to a successful career. Favorite Book:

Jenna Newman’s Career Statistics Year MP-GP K 2004 32-124 332 2005 41-146 481 2006 36-128 470 Career 73-270 1283

E TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 120 831 .255 7 4 25 40 1 104 162 985 .324 7 5 51 65 3 77 148 913 .353 14 4 39 47 2 48 430 2729 .313 28 13 115 152 6 229

BS BA BE 21 120 21 19 88 11 16 69 30 56 277 62

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Meet the Fighting Scots

Breanna Smith

Outside Hitter 6-0 Senior North Canton, OH/North Canton Hoover HS

For the second straight year had a

Breanna Smith’s Career Highs

20 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/18/04 Attempts: 52 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/4/05 Hitting Pct.: .684 vs. Clarion (14-1-19), 11/1/05 Assists: 2 on three occasions Digs: 9 vs. Clarion, 10/5/04 Service Aces: 7 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/12/06; vs. Malone, 10/13/06 Block Solos: 2 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/4/05; vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 9/4/04 Block Assists: 6 vs. Millersville, 9/24/04 Kills:

The Breanna Smith File

Birthdate: January 14, 1986 Parents: Linda and Greg Smith Nickname: Bre Major: Communications Hobbies: Volleyball, shopping, long

walks on the beach, and sleeping

Favorite Book: Coloring books Favorite Music: R &B, Rap Favorite Musicial Group: Rihanna,

Prince

Favorite Movie:

Notebook

Transformers, The

Favorite Food: Italian & Mexican Career Ambition: Do something in

Sports Marketing

Breanna Smith’s Career Statistics Year MP-GP 2004 32-120 2005 32-107 2006 28-92 Career 92-319

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great spring and continues to improve as a player ... concentrated on ball control during the spring ... a big hitter who is a very strong player and hits a heavy ball ... also an outstanding server who picks up valuable points there... brother Brian played baseball at Tiffin University. 2006: Was limited to 92 games due to injury, finishing with 156 kills … finished with 54 service aces, one shy of the team high … tied for the PSAC lead in service aces (.59 per game), a figure which also ranks second in the Boro season record books … posted a season-high 11 kills on four occasions … had a career-high 7 services aces in back-to-back matches vs. Indiana(Pa.) and Malone. 2005: Played in 107 games, finishing fourth on the team with 230 kills ... was also fourth on the team in hitting percentage at .202 ... had 30 blocks ... had season-high 19 kills against IUP, along with 14 against Notre Dame(OH) and Clarion ... hit .684 vs. Clarion and .571 against Notre Dame. 2004: Finished second on the team in kills (308) and was third in blocks with 62, adding 123 digs … registered a season-high 20 kills against Indiana(Pa.), adding 19 against Carson-Newman … had 18 kills on two occasions, against California(Pa.) and Clarion in the season finale … finished the year with double figures in kills in four of the last five matches … had season-best 9 digs in earlier match with Clarion.

E TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 140 919 .183 5 5 13 5 14 123 107 608 .202 3 4 1 4 8 68 83 473 .154 8 6 54 30 20 57 330 2000 .182 16 15 68 39 42 248

High School: Earned three letters and was a two-year starter at North Canton Hoover High School for coach Mia Thomas ... as a senior helped Vikings to 14-9 record, finishing with 204 kills and 35 service aces ... was a first team All-Federal League selection in addition to earning first team AllStark County and first team all-district honors as a junior and senior ... set a school record for kills in a match with 20 as a junior as team went 17-7 ... Vikings were 20-6 her sophomore year ... Hoover reached district semifinals her junior and senior years, winning Federal League championship as a junior. Coach Soboleski Comments: “Like Jenna Newman, Breanna can be a force at the net. Her ball control and nose to the ball improved tremendously over the spring, and we look for that to continue. She will be one of the frontrunners for our OH-1 position. In addition, she is one of the top servers on the team.”

BS BA BE 11 51 17 6 24 7 3 20 15 20 95 39

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Alissa Chutz

Setter 5-8 Junior Grove City, PA/Grove City HS

Has seen limited action in her first

two seasons, but is expected to compete against several newcomers for the starting setter position … a very hard worker who stepped it up even more this spring … worked on increasing the speed of the ball to the hitters ... has improved tremendously defensively ... outstanding work ethic in her training. 2006: Saw action in a total of nine matches and 17 games … had 30 assists, 6 service aces, 5 digs, and 4 kills … posted a career-high 12 assists vs. Point Park. 2005: Played in the Cheyney and St. Anselm matches ... had 4 service aces and 3 digs vs. Cheyney, and recorded 2 kills vs. St. Anselm. High School: Played for coach Shawnee Denbow at Grove City Area High School, where she was a threeyear starter ... was a first team District 10 all-star and the Region 4 MVP ... earned honorable mention PIAA AllState honors ... also a three-year starter in basketball and started one season in softball.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “Alissa trained tremendously hard this spring. She always has, but this was her spring to really get to train in matches as our starting setter. Alissa is quick and agile, and has put herself in a position to compete for the setting position.”

Alissa Chutz’ Career Highs

3 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 6 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 1.000 vs. St. Anselm (2-0-2), 10/15/05 Assists: 12 vs. Point Park, 10/7/06 Service Aces: 4 vs. Cheyney, 10/7/05; vs East Stroudsburg, 10/14/06 Digs: 3 vs. Cheyney, 10/7/05 Block Assists: 1 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06; vs. Point Park, 10/7/06 Kills: Attempts: Hitting Pct.:

The Alissa Chutz File

Birthdate: September 5, 1986 Parents: Gail and Dennis Chutz Nickname: Liss Major: Health & Physical Education Hobbies: Working out, playing,

photography

Favorite Book: Facebook Favorite Music: Country Favorite Musicial Group:

Kenny Chesney

Favorite Movie: In Her Shoes Favorite Food: strawberries,

pineapple, and corn on the cob Teach and coach either volleyball or basketball, live a good life. Career Ambition:

Al1ssa Chutz’ Career Statistics

Year MP-GP 2005 2-4 2006 9-17 Career 11-21

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K 2 4 6

E 0 4 4

TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 2 1.000 0 0 4 1 0 3 13 .000 30 1 6 1 0 5 15 .133 30 1 10 2 0 8

BS BA BE 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0

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Samantha Kuehner

Outside Hitter 5-9 Sophomore Solon, OH/Solon HS

A strong defensive player who could

Samantha Kuehner’s Career Highs

2 vs. Lewis, 8/25/06; vs. Glenville State, 10/1/06 Attempts: 7 vs. Findlay, 9/2/06 Hitting Pct.: .667 vs. Glenville State (2-0-3), 10/1/06 Assists: 2 vs. Clarion, 10/26/06 Digs: 12 vs. Clarion 10/26/06 Service Aces: 4 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06; vs. Slippery Rock, 10/21/06 Block Assists: 1 vs. Millersville, 10/22/06; vs. Cheyney, 10/23/06 Kills:

The Samantha Kuehner File

Birthdate: April 1, 1988 Parents: Kim and David Kuehner Nickname: Sam Major: Speech and Hearing Sciences Hobbies: Volleyball, reading, hanging

out with friends The Time Traveler’s Wife, anything by James Patterson Favorite Music: Anything Favorite Movie: Shooter, The Departed Favorite Food: Pasta and chocolate Career Ambition: Obtain a Ph.D. and work in a school system or have my own private practice. Favorite Book:

Samantha Kuehner’s Career Statistics Year 2006

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MP-GP 35-114

K 13

E 18

nail down a starting job either at libero or outside hitter … one of the top passers on the team, with outstanding ball control, and has very good touch ... an intense player who loves the game ... hits with a lot of power ... played for an outstanding club team out of Ohio where she gained valuable experience … also an excellent student, with a 3.75 GPA as a Speech and Hearing major. 2006: Played in 114 games, finishing fourth on the team in digs with 159 … also had 19 service aces … had seasonhigh 12 digs vs. Clarion, along with 11 digs in season finale against California(Pa.) … added 4 service aces against Cheyney and Slippery Rock. High School: Played for head coach Missy Fitzgerald at Solon High School, where she earned two letters and started as a senior.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “Sam got a lot of playing time in the outside hitting position, mainly in a defensive role. She did a great job and has also displayed a nice touch on the ball. She will be one of the top passers on the team. She is a hard worker in the weight room and the classroom. We look for Sam to compete for the libero and OH-2 positions.”

TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 59 -.085 6 2 19 22 31 159

BS BA BE 0 2 0

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Brittany Slauterbeck

Middle Hitter/Outside Hitter 5-9 Sophomore Port Clinton, OH/Oak Harbor HS

An exceptional athlete who came in

and immediately became a key performer … the team’s best blocker and also an explosive hitter … a natural middle hitter, but her talents may also be necessary on the outside … very agile player with quick feet ... another player with extensive club experience, playing for the Premier Club Team out of Maumee, Ohio for three years ... made national team first year trying out. 2006: Earned a starting role as a middle hitter, playing in 129 games, sitting out just one game … was third on the team in blocks with 273, and was also third in total blocks (78) … tied for the team lead with 18 block solos, and was third in block assists with 60 … totaled 40 service aces, fourth on the team … had nine games with double-figure kills, including a season-high 16 vs. East Stroudsburg … added 13 against Lewis, and had 12 on four occasions … finished with 6 block assists at Findlay, and had 7 service aces vs. Cheyney. High School: Played for coach Marcy Raus at Oak Harbor High School ... was a four-year starter in volleyball, and also started two seasons in basketball while earning three letters ... was a two-time MVP in volleyball for the Rockets and was also the MVP in basketball as a senior ... earned first team All-Sandusky Bay Conference honors in volleyball as a junior and senior, and was a first team District 6 selection as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior ... as a senior, set the school record for kills (311) and blocks (242) ... in basketball, was an honorable mention All-Ohio choice as a senior, and a first team District 7 All-Star as a senior and a second team choice as a junior ... earned second team All-SBC honors both years ... an excellent student who was

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Brittany Slautterbeck Career Highs 16 vs. East Stroudsburg, 10/14/06 Attempts: 47 vs. West Florida, 8/26/06 Hitting Pct.: .500 vs. Millersville (8-1-14), 9/22/06 Assists: 2 vs. Lock Haven, 10/17/06 Digs: 11 vs. East Stroudsburg, 10/14/06 Service Aces: 7 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 Block Solos: 3 vs. Davis & Elkins, 10/6/06 Block Assists: 6 vs. Findlay, 9/2/06 Kills:

a Sandusky Bay Conference AllAcademic honoree in both sports all four years.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “Brit enjoyed a strong freshman season and is the most powerful attacker on the team. She explodes on the ball, thanks in great part to her work in the weight room. Brit came from a great club program that trained off the court very hard, and she kept that same philosophy when she got here. We will look for her to get more points at the net this year as one of our first options. Brit is also the team’s best blocker. She is most at home in the middle, but will be an option at all attacking positions, as she is selfless player who will do whatever is best for the team.”

The Brittany Slauterbeck File

Birthdate: July 6, 1988 Parents: Linda and Keith Slauterbeck Nickname: Britt Major: Early Childhood Education Hobbies: Play volleyball, hanging out

with friends, boat, listening to music Favorite Music: Country, pop, anything Favorite Musicial Group:

Rascal Flatts How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Step Up, Cinderella Story Favorite Food: Salad, chocolate, peanut butter, apples (fruit) Career Ambition: Graduate from Edinboro, teach K-3 and coach. Favorite Movie:

Brittany Slauterbeck’s Career Statistics Year 2006

MP-GP 36-129

K 273

E 147

TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 791 .159 15 8 40 69 13 113

BS BA BE 18 60 29

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Chrissy Steger

Middle Hitter/Opposite 5-9 Sophomore Wexford, PA/Pine-Richland HS

Much-improved sophomore who Chrissy Steger’s Career Highs

6 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 Attempts: 9 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 Hitting Pct.: .556 vs. Cheyney (6-1-9), 9/23/06 Service Aces: 8 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 Digs: 1 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 Kills:

The Chrissy Steger File

Birthdate: December 30, 1987 Parents: Debbie and Bob Steger Nickname: Chrissy Major: Business, Marketing Hobbies: Volleyball, shopping Favorite Book: Confessions of a

Shopaholic

Favorite Music: Just about everything Favorite Musicial Group:

Boys Like Girls Rush Hour 1 & 2, probably Rush Hour 3 Favorite Food: Perogies, chocolate and pasta Career Ambition: To own my own business. Favorite Movie:

Chrissy Steger’s Career Statistics Year 2006

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MP-GP 4-6

K 8

E 1

will seek playing time both in the middle and at right side hitter ... saw very limited action as a freshman, but made coaching staff notice her in the spring ... work in the weight room paid off, as she is hitting the ball harder and with much more consistency. 2006: Saw action in just six games ... saw extended time vs. Cheyney, and responded with 6 kills and 8 service aces. High School: Was part of a PineRichland team which won the 2005 PIAA Class AAA State Championship under coaches Emily Gerega and Dan Mountin ... the Rams defeated Villa Maria in four games in the title match ... team won three straight section championships in addition to the 2006 WPIAL crown.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “Chrissy was probably our most improved player and left a great impression after our spring season. She didn’t get much playing in the fall, but she came into the spring with something to prove. She hit the weight room hard and is now more powerful at the net. Most impressive was her play on the back row. She will compete for middle and right side positions.”

TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 11 .636 0 0 8 3 0 1

BS BA BE 0 0 0

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Olivia Williams

Middle Hitter/Opposite 5-9 Sophomore Barberton, OH/Barberton HS

A phenomenal athlete who will play

either in the middle or on the right side … was considered a raw talent a year ago, but quickly made an impact with quickness and outstanding jumping ability … one of the key players in the future for the Fighting Scots, and a player who typifies the sort of athleticism the coaching staff is looking for ... an explosive hitter with excellent jumping ability. 2006: Was named the PSAC West Rookie of the Year, capping an outstanding first campaign … finished second on the team in kills (345) and hitting percentage (.230) … was also second in total blocks with 83, while tying for the team lead in block solos (18) and placing second in block assists (65) … had a season-high 24 kills against Kutztown, adding 19 kills vs. Clarion and 18 against Notre Dame(OH) … finished with 6 block assists against Findlay. High School: Played for head coach Michelle Sutton at Barberton High School, where she was a three-year starter in volleyball and two-year regular in basketball earned a total of eight letters in all while competing in volleyball, basketball and track ... was named the team MVP as a senior, and in basketball was named the best rebounder ... honored by Akron Touchdown Club.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “We’re hoping that our All-PSAC West Rookie of the Year can pick up where she left off. She came in as a raw freshman with an unbelievable ceiling. We didn’t expect her to work her way into the lineup until midway through the season, but due to an injury she had to step in and play the right side. She did a great job. She is so quick and agile. Plus she has great natural jumping ability. Olivia makes it look so

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effortless. We look for her to get more points at the net hitting and blocking, and also behind the line with her jump serve. She will play either in the middle or on the right side.”

Olivia Williams’s Career Highs

24 vs. Kutztown, 9/23/06 Attempts: 42 vs. West Georgia, 8/26/06 Hitting Pct.: .464 vs. Clarion (16-3-28), 10/24/06 Service Aces: 3 vs. Glenville State, 9/1/06; vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/12/06 Assists: 3 vs. Glenville State, 9/1/06 Digs: 9 vs. West Florida, 8/26/06 Block Solos: 3 vs. Clarion, 10/24/06 Block Assists: 5 vs. Millersville, 9/22/06; vs. East Stroudsburg, 10/6/06 Kills:

The Olivia Williams File

Birthdate: October 16, 1987 Parents: Lisa and Elton Williams Nickname: Livi, O Major: Social Work Hobbies: Volleyball, shopping, reading Favorite Book: Zane Books Favorite Music: R&B Favorite Musicial Group:

Keyshia Cole

Favorite Movie: Hairspray Favorite Food: Lasagna Career Ambition: To become a social

worker.

Olivia Williams’s Career Statistics Year 2006

MP-GP 36-126

K 345

E 152

TA PCT. AST BHE SA SE RE DIG 839 .230 7 6 14 30 5 73

BS BA BE 18 65 20

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Kaitlin Hartman

Outside Hitter/Libero 5-7 Freshman Valley View, OH/Cuyahoga Heights HS

Versatile freshman who could end

The Kaitlin Hartman File

Birthdate: July 25, 1989 Parents: Debbie and Larry Hartman Nickname: Kait Major: Health & Physical Education Hobbies: Volleyball, laying out by the

pool

The Five People You Meet in Heaven Favorite Music: Country and rock Favorite Musicial Group: Skillet Favorite Movie: Selena Favorite Food: Mom’s cheesy potatoes Career Ambition: Own my own gym and be a personal trainer. Favorite Book:

up at any number of positions ... will start out at outside hitter, but could also see time at libero ... solid defensive performer. High School: Former standout at Cuyahoga Heights High School, where she was a three-year starter ... helped the Redskins to conference and district championships in 2004 and 2006, along with a regional second place finish in 2004 ... was named team MVP and was also chosen conference and district MVP ... ... earned first team allconference and all-districtaccolades ... was also a three-year starter in basketball and competed in track for a year ...

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Birthdate: March 29,1989 Parents: Tracy and Harold Martzolf Nickname: D, D-Martz Major: Health & Physical Education Hobbies: Running, shopping, going on

the computer, going to the beach

Favorite Book: Lovely Bones Favorite Music: Country Favorite Musicial Group: Keith

Urban

Favorite Movie: Enough, Bring it On! Favorite Food: Stuffed shells, pasta Career Ambition: Become a high

school physical education teacher.

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Coach Soboleski Comments: “Kaitlin joins us from Ohio. We’re looking forward to working with her. We’re not sure where exactly she will train as she is a very versatile athlete. She was recruited as a libero for her defensive abilities, but will also train as a hitter.”

Danielle Martzolf

Outside Hitter/Opposite 5-9 Freshman Lancaster, NY/Lancaster HS

A freshman who is expected to come

The Danielle Martzolf File

in basketball, was a third-team AllOhio choice and team MVP ... also earned all-conference and all-district recognition ... earned second team allconference honors in track in the long jump, and was honorable mention in the 4x100 and 4x400 ... named team MVP in track, as well.

in and contribute immediately ... talented athlete who is a very, very powerful hitter and also a good blocker ... will likely see time at outside hitter or on the right side ... has also gained a great deal of experience as a club player, attending four Nationals and two Invitationals. High School: Played for head coach Sue Pernick at Lancaster High School ... a two-year starter in volleyball, while also competing softball and basketball ... received the Bill Kling Award as the 2007 Outstanding Senior Female Athlete of the Year ... participated on three state tournament teams, and helped the Redskins to a pair of New

York state championships ... was a first team all-state selection as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior ... was also a first team choice on the Buffalo News All-Western New York Team as a junior and senior, and on the All-Western New York coaches poll ... first team all-conference her last two years. Coach Soboleski Comments: “Danielle is one of two freshmen we brought in from New York. She packs a punch when she swings on the ball. She will jump right in and compete for an outside hitter position with that power. She is also a versatile athlete and can swing at all positions on the net.”

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Maureen Tilert

Libero/Outside Hitter 5-3 Freshman Derby, NY/Lakeshore HS

Highly-touted recruit who could start

immediately as a freshman ... possesses outstanding ball control, a key commodity on the team ... described as a tenacious performer who will likely see time at libero ... another recruit with extensive club experience. High School: A former standout at Lakeshore High School, where she played for head coach Kevin Shamburger ... actually started six years for the Eagles ... was named MVP as early as 2003, and in 2004, ‘05 and ‘06 was a first team All-ECIC selection ... earned All-Western New York honors by the coaches poll ... was named to numerous all-tournament

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teams ... led Lakeshore to ECIC Division II championship her final three years.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “”Mo” comes to us from New York. She is a great athlete with a lot of spunk on the court. She comes in a small package, but we sure are looking for big things from her. Her natural ability to control the ball will have her competing immediately for a position. She not only has a great touch on the first contact, but on the third or hitting, as well. She will vie for the libero and OH-2 position.”

Katie Wilkins

The Maureen Tilert File

Birthdate: September 20, 1989 Parents: Susan and Joesph Tilert Nickname: Moe Major: Undeclared Hobbies: Watching movies, hanging out,

wakeboarding, snowboarding, volleyball Favorite Book: Crank Favorite Music: Good music Favorite Musicial Group: Bless the Fall Favorite Movie: The Boondock Saints Favorite Food: Lasagna Career Ambition: Own a music venue or work in a recording studio.

Setter 5-8 Freshman Elkhart, IN/Elkhart Memorial HS

Completes an excellent recruiting

class ... another freshman expected to come in and see significant playing time immediately ... an outstanding setter with a quick release ... very athletic performer. High School: Played for coach Jacquie Rost at Elkhart Memorial High School, where she was a two-year starter ... led the Chargers to a 3-13 record in 2006, and was named team MVP ... also participated in track.

Coach Soboleski Comments: “Katie comes to us from Indiana. We can’t wait to start training her as a setter. She has great hands with a great release on the

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ball. She has the ability to speed up our offense even more due to her ability to release the ball so quickly. This is going to allow and enable our middle to be even quicker to the ball. She is very athletic and controls the ball well.”

The Katie Wilkins File

Birthdate: February 20, 1989 Parents: Sue and Brian Wilkins Major: Elementary/Special Education Hobbies: Volleyball, shopping, watch-

ing Disney movies

Favorite Book: The Harry Potter Series Favorite Movie: Grease Favorite Food: Italian Career Ambition: To be an

Elemantary school teacher.

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Breakdown by Class

Seniors (3)

Jenna Benkelman Jenna Newman Breanna Smith Juniors (1) Alissa Chutz Sophomores (4) Samantha Kuehner Brittany Slauterbeck Chrissy Steger Olivia Williams Freshman (4) Kaitlin Hartman Danielle Martzolf Maureen Tilert Katie Wilkins

Breakdown by State

Indiana (1) Nevada (1) New York (3)

Katie Wilkins Jenna Newman Jenna Benkelman Danielle Martzolf Maureen Tilert Ohio (5) Kaitlin Hartman Samantha Kuehner Brittany Slauterbeck Breanna Smith Olivia Williams Pennsylvania (2) Alissa Chutz Chrissy Steger

Pronunciation Guide

Chutz ........................................shoots Kuehner ....................................key nher Martzolf....................................martz off Slauterbeck ....................slaughter beck Steger ..........................................stay ger Tilert ................................................till ert Soboleski ....................sew boe les skee

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No.

4 6 3

2 1 10 15 8 12 13 7 11

Name

Alphabetical Roster

Jenna Benkelman Alissa Chutz Kaitlin Hartman

Samantha Kuehner Danielle Martzolf Jenna Newman Brittany Slauterbeck Breanna Smith Chrissy Steger Maureen Tilert Katie Wilkins Olivia Williams

Pos.

OH S OH/L

OH/L OH/Opp. MH MH/OH OH MH/Opp. L/OH S MH/Opp.

Ht.

5-9 5-9 5-7

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

Yr.

Sr. Jr. Fr.

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

Hometown/High School

Eden, NY/Eden Grove City, PA/Grove City Valley View, OH/Cuyahoga Heights Solon, OH/Solon Lancaster, NY/Lancaster Las Vegas, NV/Coronado Port Clinton, OH/Oak Harbor North Canton, OH/Hoover Wexford, PA/Pine-Richland Derby, NY/Lakeshore Elkhart, IN/Elkhart Memorial Barberton, OH/Barberton

HEAD COACH: Missy Soboleski ASST. COACH: Jenn Ax STUDENT ASST. COACH: CAPTAINS: Jenna Benkelman, Jenna Newman and Breanna Smith

No.

1 2 3

4 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 15

Name

Kristen Perkins

Numerical Roster Pos.

Ht.

Danielle Martzolf OH/Opp. 5-9 Samantha Kuehner OH/L 5-10 Kaitlin Hartman OH/L 5-7

Jenna Benkelman OH 5-9 Alissa Chutz S 5-9 Katie Wilkins S 5-8 Breanna Smith OH 6-0 Jenna Newman MH 5-11 Olivia Williams MH/Opp. 5-9 Chrissy Steger MH/Opp. 5-9 Maureen Tilert L/OH 5-3 Brittany Slauterbeck MH/OH 5-9

Yr.

Fr. So. Fr.

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

Hometown/High School

Lancaster, NY/Lancaster Solon, OH/Solon Valley View, OH/Cuyahoga Heights Eden, NY/Eden Grove City, PA/Grove City Elkhart, IN/Elkhart Memorial North Canton, OH/Hoover Las Vegas, NV/Coronado Barberton, OH/Barberton Wexford, PA/Pine-Richland Derby, NY/Lakeshore Port Clinton, OH/Oak Harbor

HEAD COACH: Missy Soboleski ASST. COACH: Jenn Ax STUDENT ASST. COACH: CAPTAINS: Jenna Benkelman, Jenna Newman and Breanna Smith

Kristen Perkins

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2006 Final Statistics

Final Record: 19-17

G K Samantha Kuehner 114 13 Kristen Perkins 55 97 Jenna Benkelman 129 158 Alissa Chutz 17 4 Amelia Robinson 125 3 Breanna Smith 92 156 Ashley Cottengim 130 118 Jenna Newman 128 470 Olivia Williams 126 345 Chrissy Steger 6 8 Brittany Slauterbeck 129 273 Team BORO TOTALS 130 1645 Date

Aug. 25

Attack K/G E 0.11 18 1.76 66 1.22 125 0.24 4 0.02 3 1.70 83 0.91 21 3.67 148 2.74 152 1.33 1 2.12 147 12.65 768

Opponent

Score

Set TA Pct A A/G 59 -.085 6 0.05 312 .099 7 0.13 569 .058 55 0.43 13 .000 30 1.76 12 .000 14 0.11 473 .154 8 0.09 294 .330 1269 9.76 913 .353 14 0.11 839 .230 7 0.06 11 .636 0 0.00 791 .159 15 0.12

4286

.205 1425

Serve Dig Blocking SA SE SA/G RE DIG D/G BS BA B/G BE BHE 19 22 0.17 31 159 1.39 0 2 0.02 0 2 8 18 0.15 7 47 0.85 5 18 0.42 6 4 55 44 0.43 57 259 2.01 5 25 0.23 11 10 6 1 0.35 0 5 0.29 0 2 0.12 0 1 36 39 0.29 47 336 2.69 0 0 0.00 0 7 54 30 0.59 20 57 0.62 3 20 0.25 15 6 43 44 0.33 4 207 1.59 4 31 0.27 13 57 39 47 0.30 2 48 0.38 16 69 0.66 30 4 14 30 0.11 5 73 0.58 18 65 0.66 20 6 8 3 1.33 0 1 0.17 0 0 0.00 1 0 40 69 0.31 13 113 0.88 18 60 0.60 29 8 3 10.96 322 347 2.48 189 1305 10.04 69 292 1.65 125 105

Score-by-Game

vs. Southern Indiana@ vs. Lewis@ vs. West Georgia@

L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3

16-30, 30-28, 13-30, 20-30 25-30, 24-30, 24-30 30-27, 27-30, 14-30, 26-30

Sept. 7 Sept. 12

vs. Hillsdale% vs. Glenville State% vs. Findlay% vs. Wayne State% WHEELING JESUIT INDIANA(PA)#

L W L W W W

11-30, 24-30, 24-30 30-16, 30-26, 27-30, 30-18 22-30, 23-30, 19-30 30-20, 30-28, 30-28 30-18, 30-21, 30-22 30-27, 30-26, 27-30, 30-25

Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 23

at Slippery Rock# vs. Millersville vs. Cheyney

Aug. 26 Sept. 1

Sept. 2

Sept. 13 Sept. 16

Sept. 26 Sept. 29

Sept. 30 Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Oct. 6

Oct. 7

Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 14

Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 28

at West Florida@

at Malone at Lock Haven#

vs. Kutztown

at Clarion# vs. Virginia Union$ vs. Davis & Elkins$ vs. West Virginia State$

vs. Alderson-Broaddus$ CALIFORNIA(PA)# GANNON vs. Davis & Elkins& vs. East Stroudsburg& vs. Point Park& vs. Geneva& at Indiana(Pa.)# at Shippensburg vs. West Chester vs. East Stroudsburg LOCK HAVEN# SLIPPERY ROCK# CLARION# NOTRE DAME (OH) at California(Pa.)#

# PSAC West match $ at Shippensburg Invitational

L 1-3

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

W 3-0 L 0-3

L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-0

W 3-2

W W W L

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

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

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

PSAC West: 2-8

Record

30-28, 17-30, 22-30, 11-30

30-18, 30-27, 30-24 21-30, 21-30, 18-30

18-30, 17-30, 30-28, 22-30 16-30, 30-27, 30-13, 30-24 30-5, 30-4, 30-5

31-29, 30-24, 28-30, 15-30, 17-15

0-4

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

5-8 6-8 7-8

8-8

21-30, 30-24, 31-29, 27-30, 15-10 9-8 30-20, 30-26, 30-17 10-8 30-15, 20-30, 30-24, 30-26 11-8 27-30, 21-30, 15-30 11-9

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

@ at West Florida Comfort Inn-vitational & at Clarion Days Inn Tournament

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0-1 0-2 0-3

12-9 12-10 12-11 13-11 14-11 15-11 16-11 16-12 17-12 18-12 18-13 18-14 18-15 18-16 19-16 19-17

Kills Leader

Digs Leader

Jenna Newman (11) Ashley Cottengim (15) Brittany Slauterbeck (13) Amelia Robinson (22) Olivia Williams (16) Jenna Beckelman (10) Amelia Robinson (10) Brittany Slauterbeck (11) Jenna Beckelman (11) Amelia Robinson (11) Jenna Newman (9) Amelia Robinson (15) Jenna Newman (17) Amelia Robinson (19) Olivia Williams (11) Amelia Robinson (11) Jenna Newman (19) Amelia Robinson (22) Jenna Newman (16) Jenna Beckelman (10) Jenna Newman (13) Jenna Beckelman (7) Ashley Cottegngim (7) Breanna Smith (9) Amelia Robinson (7) Jenna Newman (8) Amelia Robinson (5) Olivia Williams (8) Olivia Williams (10) Amelia Robinson (5) Olivia Williams (17) Amelia Robinson (9) Chrissy Steger (6) Jenna Beckelman (3) Amelia Robinson (3) Olivia Williams (24) Jenna Beckelman (9) Amelia Robinson (9) Olivia Williams (19) Samantha Kuehner (12) Jenna Newman (13) Amelia Robinson (7) Brittany Slauterbeck (12) Amelia Robinson (10) Jenna Newman (12) Jenna Beckelman (7) Amelia Robinson (7) Jenna Newman (10) Amelia Robinson (10) Jenna Newman (15) Samantha Kuehner (9) Jenna Newman (14) Jenna Beckelman (9) Jenna Newman (11) Amelia Robinson (9) Jenna Newman (19) Jenna Beckelman (12) Jenna Newman (15) Amelia Robinson (10) Jenna Newman (17) Jenna Beckelman (11) Jenna Newman (10) Amelia Robinson (9) Olivia Williams (15) Amelia Robinson (12) Jenna Newman (20) Amelia Robinson (8) Jenna Newman (20) Amelia Robinson (13) Kristen Perkins (17) Kristen Perkins (10) Jenna Newman (23) Amelia Robinson (15) Jenna Newman (24) Amelia Robinson (12) Olivia Williams (18) Samantha Kuehner (10) Jenna Newman (15) Jenna Beckelman (12)

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The Pa. State Athletic Conference

The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, with 56 years of organized competition, has established itself as one of the most respected NCAA Division II athletic conferences. In its history the PSAC has laid claim to 38 NCAA team champions and 210 individual title winners, giving credence to its fine athletic tradition. The conference has prospered on the national level in recent years, as it annually has close to one-third of its teams participating in NCAA postseason competition. The PSAC also distinguishes itself as the second largest Division II conference in terms of sports sponsorship, awarding titles for 22 different sports. While proud of its athletic success, the league has also thrived in an academic sense. The number of student-athletes designated by the conference as “ScholarAthletes” - those who have attained a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or better - has increased nearly every year since that standard was adopted in 199596. The impressive number of yearly designees reached 1,420 in 2006-07. The PSAC was organized in 1951 for the purpose of promoting and administering men’s athletic programs within the 14 state teachers colleges in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In 1977, due to the interest and growth of women’s athletics, the conference was restructured to provide for women’s programs. From its inception, each conference member selected its own competitive division within the NCAA. In 1980, however, the presidents voted to reclassify the entire conference to Division II. Although all 14 institutions are members of NCAA Division II, eight schools have also elected to compete at the Division I level in select sports. In 1983, all member institutions were granted university status as a result

PSAC Championship Matches

1979 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

East Stroudsburg def. Slippery Rock, 2-0 Edinboro def. East Stroudsburg, 2-0 Edinboro def. East Stroudsburg, 3-1 Edinboro def. Mansfield, 3-1 Mansfield def. East Stroudsburg, 3-0 Slippery Rock def. East Stroudsburg, 3-1 East Stroudsburg def. Shippensburg, 3-1 East Stroudsburg def. Mansfield, 3-0 East Stroudsburg def. Shippensburg, 3-0 Clarion def. Edinboro, 3-1 Edinboro def. Clarion, 3-1 Edinboro def. Shippensburg, 3-0 California(Pa.) def. Edinboro, 3-1 California(Pa.) def. Edinboro, 3-1 Slippery Rock def. Edinboro, 3-0 Edinboro def. Slippery Rock, 3-0 Millersville def. Edinboro, 3-0 Lock Haven def. Edinboro, 3-2 Edinboro def. Lock Haven, 3-1 Edinboro def. Lock Haven, 3-0 Lock Haven def. Edinboro, 3-1 Lock Haven def. Edinboro, 3-0 Edinboro def. Lock Haven, 3-2 Indiana(Pa.) def. Edinboro, 3-2 Lock Haven def. Edinboro, 3-2 Lock Haven def. Edinboro, 3-1 California(Pa.) def. Lock Haven, 3-2 Lock Haven def. California(Pa.), 3-0

of Legislative Act 188, which formed Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. The system now enrolls in excess of 109,000 students. The alumni of the State System is over 600,000, which includes roughly 405,000 Pennsylvanians. One of the largest conferences in the nation, the PSAC is governed by the presidents of the 14 member institutions. It employs a commissioner, two assistant commissioners and a director of media relations at its headquarters in Lock Haven, Pa.

2006-07 PSAC National Champions

Team - Bloomsburg, Division II Field Hockey Individual - Division II Outdoor Track & Field - Nate Reider, Shippensburg (Javelin); Division I Wrestling - Gregor Gillespie, Edinboro (149 lbs.); Division II Wrestling - Joe Kemmerer, Kutztown (133 lbs.); Division II Swimming & Diving - Jamie Wolf, Clarion (1m, 3m diving); Division II Swimming & Diving Kathrin Dumitru, West Chester (100 Breaststroke, 200 Breaststroke, 100 Butterfly, 200 Individual Medley); Katie Brosseau, West Chester (1650 freestyle) 2006-07 ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic AllAmericans

Football – Mike Butterworth, Slippery Rock; Derek Katris, California. Women’s Soccer - Julie Karcher, West Chester. Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Amber Hackenberg, Bloomsburg; Erin Richard, Clarion. Women’s At-Large Jaime Wolf, Clarion (Swimming & Diving); Ashley Yelinek, Bloomsburg (Swimming & Diving). Women’s At-Large Academic All-America of the Year Jamie Wolf, Clarion

2006 PSAC Final Standings Western Division

Lock Haven California(Pa.) Slippery Rock Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Edinboro

Conference W L Pct.

9 7 6 3 3 2

1 3 4 7 7 8

.900 .700 .600 .300 .300 .200

Overall W L Pct.

32 30 31 20 16 19

Eastern Division

Kutztown East Stroudsburg West Chester Shippensburg Millersville Cheyney

Conference W L Pct.

9 8 6 5 2 0

1 2 4 5 8 10

.900 .800 .600 .500 .200 .000

.865 .811 .775 .625 .533 .528

Overall W L Pct.

24 21 18 24 18 0

8 14 15 13 21 16

.750 .600 .545 .564 .462 .000

All-PSAC Western Division

Inga Kurgonaite Sarah Kirsch Allison Liptak Jenna Newman Anastasia Urbanik Li Yizhi Shanna Yourchik

First Team Lock Haven Slippery Rock California(Pa.) Edinboro Slippery Rock Lock Haven California(Pa.)

OPP S OPP MH MB MH MH

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

OH OH S MB S MB OH

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

Player of the Year: Li Yizhi, Lock Haven Rookie of the Year: Olivia Williams, Edinboro Coach of the Year: Laurie Lokash, Slippery Rock

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Jen Blasko Stacie Borgia Renata da Silva Trisha Gerus Fabiana Gomez Louise Schultz Christina Steiner

Second Team Slippery Rock Lock Haven California(Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) Lock Haven Slippery Rock Clarion

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2006 PSAC Statistics Team Statistics Hitting Percentage

Team

Lock Haven Slippery Rock Kutztown Shippensburg California (Pa.) East Stroudsburg Clarion Edinboro Indiana (Pa.) West Chester Millersville Cheyney Team

Slippery Rock Lock Haven California (Pa.) Shippensburg Clarion East Stroudsburg Kutztown Indiana (Pa.) West Chester Edinboro Millersville Cheyney Team

Kills

570 740 526 685 700 656 551 768 593 702 730 131

G

140 124 131 126 117 126 113 107 121 130 143 48 G

4022 .317 5617 .250 4228 .237 4801 .230 5079 .229 4710 .227 4698 .223 4286 .205 4123 .202 4590 .184 5636 .182 201 -.328

No.

2145 1844 1863 1791 1601 1723 1528 1426 1547 1645 1756 65 No.

140 124 117 131 113 107 126 126 121 130 143 48

1960 1634 1526 1679 1376 1289 1508 1476 1389 1425 1428 32

G

No.

Service Aces

Slippery Rock Lock Haven Shippensburg Kutztown Edinboro California (Pa.) Clarion East Stroudsburg West Chester Millersville Indiana(Pa.) Cheyney Team

1844 2145 1528 1791 1863 1723 1601 1645 1426 1547 1756 65

Assists

Slippery Rock Lock Haven Clarion California (Pa.) Kutztown Indiana (Pa.) East Stroudsburg Shippensburg West Chester Edinboro Millersville Cheyney Team

Kills Errs Tot. Pct.

140 124 126 113 130 131 117 126 121 143 107 48

Blocks

Lock Haven Kutztown California(Pa.) Millersville East Stroudsburg

G

124 113 131 143 126

374 319 318 285 322 301 248 263 246 288 207 7

K/G

15.32 14.87 14.22 14.21 13.68 13.67 13.52 13.33 12.79 12.65 12.28 1.35 A/G

14.00 13.18 13.04 12.82 12.18 12.05 11.97 11.71 11.48 10.96 9.99 0.67 SA/G

2.67 2.57 2.52 2.52 2.48 2.30 2.12 2.09 2.03 2.01 1.93 0.15

Tot. Blk/G

379.0 340.0 385.5 301.5 250.5

3.06 3.01 2.94 2.11 1.99

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Clarion Slippery Rock Indiana (Pa.) Shippensburg West Chester Edinboro Cheyney Team

117 140 107 126 121 130 48

Millersville Kutztown Slippery Rock West Chester Clarion California (Pa.) Indiana(Pa.) East Stroudsburg Shippensburg Lock Haven Edinboro Cheyney

Digs

231.5 264.0 196.0 223.5 212.5 215.0 13.0

G

No.

143 113 140 121 117 131 107 126 126 124 130 48

3091 2098 2575 2194 2013 2106 1672 1916 1901 1512 1305 58

Individual Statistics

1.98 1.89 1.83 1.77 1.76 1.65 0.27 D/G

21.62 18.57 18.39 18.13 17.21 16.08 15.63 15.21 15.09 12.19 10.04 1.21

Hitting Percentage (Minimum .200/3.0 attacks per game)

Player

Li Yizhi, LHU Jenna Newman, EDIN Inga Kurgonaite, LHU Lauren Carter, CLAR Trisha Gerus, IUP Sarah Brandon, KUTZ Louise Schultz, SRU Anastasia Urbanik, SRU Jenn Mills, ESU Cindel Young, SHIP

Kills

485 470 442 289 368 463 386 513 323 262

Kills

Player

811 913 907 660 827 1062 828 1177 716 617

(Minimum 2.00 per game)

Sarah Brandon, KUTZ Li Yizhi, LHU Anastasia Urbanik, SRU Jenna Newman, EDIN Inga Kurgonaite, LHU Jen Blasko, SRU Allison Liptak, CAL Trisha Gerus, IUP Missy Pierce, SHIP Christina Steiner, CLAR

G

107 121 129 128 123 137 120 107 121 114

Assists

Player

Tot.

No.

463 485 513 470 442 479 417 368 411 375

(Minimum 5.00 per game)

Sara Kirsch, SRU Kristi Fiorillo, CLAR Austin Kinney, KUTZ Alicia Koches, IUP Liz Johnson, ESU Ashley Cottengim, EDIN Renata da Silva, CAL Fabiana Gomez, LHU Lisa Yeasted, WCU Melissa Ramp, SHIP

G

137 112 99 101 105 130 123 123 119 93

No.

1649 1284 1058 1063 1096 1269 1197 1193 1133 701

Pct.

.465 .353 .347 .345 .341 .337 .329 .317 .310 .301

Service Aces Player

(Minimum 0.10/game)

Sara Kirsch, SRU Breanna Smith, EDIN Fabiana Gomez, LHU Louise Schultz, SRU Austin Kinney, KUTZ Laura Navin, MILL Nicole Biuso, KUTZ Ashlie Molloy, KUTZ Caitlin Hubbard, SRU Jen Blasko, SRU

G

137 92 123 139 99 137 108 65 138 137

Blocks

Player

81 54 63 69 49 66 52 31 62 61

(Minimum 1.0 per game)

Shanna Yourchik, CAL Erin Waters, KUTZ Krystalle George, KUTZ Li Yizhi, LHU Sarah Brandon, KUTZ Lauren Carter, CLAR Shelby Bunting, KUTZ Inga Kurgonaite, LHU Kim Windstein, LHU Amanda Evans, CAL

G

124 97 58 121 107 112 93 123 78 122

Digs

Player

No. SA/G

Tot. Blk/G

218.0 142.0 82.0 161.0 138.0 126.0 103.0 134.0 82.0 128.0

(Minimum 1.00 per game)

Dawn Peipher, ESU Jennie Rohrbaugh,MILL Vicky Gentile, CLAR Nicole Biuso, KUTZ Dani Witherite, KUTZ Kristen Decker, WCU Gwen Oberline, SRU Carri Cole, IUP Jacqueline Vivanco, WCU Missy Pierce, SHIP

G

111 135 114 108 101 119 137 96 100 121

0.59 0.59 0.51 0.50 0.49 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.45 0.45

No.

777 714 577 486 452 497 564 391 404 469

1.76 1.46 1.41 1.33 1.29 1.12 1.11 1.09 1.05 1.05

D/G

7.00 5.29 5.06 4.50 4.48 4.18 4.12 4.07 4.04 3.88

K/G

4.33 4.01 3.98 3.67 3.59 3.50 3.47 3.44 3.40 3.29

A/G

12.04 11.46 10.69 10.52 10.44 9.76 9.73 9.70 9.52 7.54

Breanna Smith tied for the PSAC lead in service aces per game.

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

1,000 Kills Club

Ashley Walton (2000-03) 1906 Jenna Newman (2004-present) 1283 Amy Mediucus (2000-03) 1253 Becky Byers (1995-98) 1206 Stephanie Radecki (1994-96) 1197 Mandie Moyer (1996-99) 1110 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) 1040 Jodie Williams (1995-98) 1032 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) 1028

Games

Mandy Bambauer (1995-98) ..............480 Ashley Walton (2000-03) ....................466 Mandie Moyer (1996-99) ....................457 Stephanie Burner (1999-2002)............455 Marissa DeLiberato (2001-04)............445 Becky Byers (1995-98)..........................430 Renee Kam (2001-04) ..........................423 Amy Medicus (2000-03)......................421 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) ........................421 10. Ashley Cottengim (2003-06................418 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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

Career Records

Hitting Percentage

minimum 700 attempts Ashley Walton (2000-03) ................ .391 Mandie Moyer (1996-99)................ .356 Renee Kam (2001-04) ...................... .332 Melanie Skolny (1994) .................... .327 Jenna Newman (2004-present) .......313 Michelle Ferguson (1993-94) ........ .310 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) .................... .301 Jennifer Fuhrman (1997-99) .......... .296 Mandy Bambauer (1995-98).......... .293 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) .......... .293

Total Attempts

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

Ashley Walton (2000-03) ..................3705 Amy Medicus (2000-03)....................3434 Becky Byers (1995-98)........................3038 Jenna Newman (2004-present) ......2729 Stephanie Radecki (1994-96)............2710 Stephanie Burner (1999-2002)..........2658 Jodie Williams (1995-98) ..................2571 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ............2385 Katie Hummel (2000-03) ..................2379 Jen Shaw (2001-03) ............................2209

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Ashley Walton (2000-03) ..................1906 Jenna Newman (2004-present) ......1283 Amy Medicus (2000-03)....................1253 Becky Byers (1995-98)........................1206 Stephanie Radecki (1994-96) ............1197 Mandie Moyer (1996-99) ..................1110 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ............1040 Jodie Williams (1995-98) ..................1032 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) ......................1028 Katie Hummel (2000-03) ....................996 Stephanie Burner (1999-2002)............921 Jen Shaw (2001-03) ..............................919 Mandy Bambauer (1995-98) ..............903

Kills

Kill Average

minimum 500 kills 1. Jenna Newman (2004-present)........4.75 2. Ashley Walton (2000-03)....................4.09 3. Michelle Ferguson (1993-94) ............3.41

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Becky Byers

Jodie Williams

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jodie Williams (1995-98) ..................1220 Renee Kam (2001-04) ........................1180 Becky Byers (1995-98)........................1125 Mandy Bambauer (1995-98) ............1087 Stephanie Radecki (1994-96)............1053 Jen Shaw (2001-03) ..............................983 Amelia Robinson (2003-2006)............891

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

minimum of 500 digs Marissa DeLiberato (2001-04) ..........3.87 Stephanie Burner (1999-2002) ..........3.75 Amy Medicus (2000-03) ....................3.55 Jen Shaw (2001-03) ..............................3.44 Rosie Weisenseel (1994, 1996) ..........3.42 Jodie Williams (1995-98) ....................3.27 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ..............3.07 Michelle Bator (2001-05) ....................2.93 Stephanie Radecki (1994-96) ............2.83 Renee Kam (2001-04) ..........................2.79 Abby Galcik (1998-2000)....................2.79

Dig Average

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stephanie Radecki (1994-96) ............3.22 Jen Shaw (2001-03) ..............................3.21 Jennifer Fuhrman (1997-99) ..............3.11 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ..............3.05 Amy Medicus (2000-03) ....................2.98 Becky Byers (1995-98) ........................2.80 Katie Hummel (2000-03)....................2.63

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

Renee Kam (2001-04) ........................5431 Lisa Poeschl (1997-2000) ..................4478 Ashley Cottengim (2003-2006) ........3136 Rosie Weisenseel (1994, 1996)..........2237 Lori Schafer (1994-96)........................2103 Claudia Rech (1998-2000) ................1542 Annah Debevc (1995-97) ....................245 Katie Quatman (1999-2002)................189 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) ........................149 Jodie Williams (1995-98)......................106

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

Ashley Walton (2000-03) ......................90 Mandie Moyer (1996-99) ......................82 Alicia Knouff (2002-05)..........................70 Jenna Newman (2004-present) ..........56 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) ..........................53 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ................65 Stephanie Radecki (1994-96) ................42 Katie Hummel (2000-03) ......................37 Jennifer Fuhrman (1997-99)..................32 Sonya Leonard (1994)............................32

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

minimum 1,000 assists Renee Kam (2001-present) ..............12.84 Lisa Poeschl (1997-2000) ..................12.23 Claudia Rech (1998-2000) ................11.33 Rosie Weisenseel (1994, 1996) ..........8.80 Ashley Cottengim (2004-2006) ........7.50 Lori Schafer (1994-96) ........................6.61

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

7. 8. 9. 10.

Mandie Moyer (1996-99) ....................458 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) ........................394 Ashley Walton (2000-03) ....................313 Jenna Newman (2004-present) ........277 Alicia Knouff (2002-05)........................253 Mandy Bambauer (1995-98) ..............253 Katie Hummel (2000-03).................... 234 Lori Schafer (1994-96) ..........................175 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ..............160 Jennifer Fuhrman (1997-99)................147

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

Mandie Moyer (1996-99) ....................540 Erica Shaffer (1996-99) ........................447 Ashley Walton (2000-03) ....................403 Jenna Newman (2004-present) ........333 Alicia Knouff (2002-05)........................323 Mandy Bambauer (1995-98) ..............277 Katie Hummel (2000-03) ....................271 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ..............225 Lori Schafer (1994-96) ..........................206 Jennifer Fuhrman (1997-99)................179

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

minimum 100 blocks Jenna Newman (2004-present)........1.23 Mandie Moyer (1996-99) ................ 1.18 Sonya Leonard (1994) ...................... 1.08 Erica Shaffer (1996-99)...................... 1.06 Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ............ .965 Jennifer Fuhrman (1997-99) ............ .952 Alicia Knouff (2002-05) .................... .922 Ashley Walton (2000-03).................. .778 Erin Riley (1995-98) .......................... .715 Lori Schafer (1994-96) ...................... .647

1. 2. 3. 4.

6. 7. 8. 9.

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

Assists

Assist Average

Service Aces

Amelia Robinson (2003-2006)............153 Becky Byers (1995-98)..........................150 Stephanie Radecki (1994-96) ..............142 Mandy Bambauer (1995-98) ..............135 Lisa Poeschl (1997-2000) ....................135 Jodie Williams (1995-98)......................134 Rosie Weisenseel (1994, 1996)............125 Katie Hummel (2000-03) ....................109 Renee Kam (2001-04) ..........................107 Lori Schafer (1994-96) ..........................107

Ace Average

minimum 50 aces Rosie Weisenseel (1994, 1996) ........ Amelia Robinson (2003-2006) ........ Michelle Hubalek (1993-95) ............ Stephanie Radecki (1994-96) .......... Lisa Poeschl (1997-2000) .................. Abby Galcik (1998-2000).................. Katie Quatman (1999-2002) ............ Jodie Williams (1995-98) .................. Becky Byers (1995-98) ...................... Lori Schafer (1994-96) ......................

Digs

.492 .401 .386 .382 .368 .365 .266 .360 .348 .336

1. Marissa DeLiberato (2001-04)..........1722 2. Stephanie Burner (1999-2002)..........1707 3. Amy Medicus (2000-03)....................1493

Block Solos

Block Assists

Total Blocks

Block Average

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

10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Games

Michelle Bator, 2005 ............................154 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ..............................153 Ashley Cottengim, 2005 ....................152 Tiffany Trgovac, 2005 ..........................149 Jenna Newman, 2005..........................146 Amelia Robinson, 2005 ......................145 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996........................142 Lori Pienta, 1996 ..................................140 Lori Schafer, 1996 ................................140 Jamie Luby, 1997 ..................................139 Stephanie Radecki, 1996 ....................138 Mandy Bambauer, 1996......................135 Marissa DeLiberato, 2003 ..................133 Ashley Walton, 2003............................132 Mandie Moyer, 1997............................132 Jodie Williams, 1997 ............................132

Kills

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Ashley Walton, 2003............................634 Stephanie Radecki, 1996 ....................498 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ..............................496 Jenna Newman, 2005..........................481 Jenna Newman, 2006..........................470 Ashley Walton, 2002............................462 Stephanie Radecki,, 1995....................458 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1999 ......................445 Amy Medicus, 2001 ............................430 Melanie Skolny, 1994 ..........................424 Jodie Williams, 1997 ............................423 Ashley Walton, 2001............................414

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

Stephanie Radecki, 1996 ..................1242 Ashley Walton, 2003..........................1182 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ............................1116 Amy Medicus, 2003 ..........................1095 Amy Medicus, 2001 ..........................1074 Jodi Williams, 1997............................1022 Jenna Newman, 2005..........................985 Stephanie Radecki, 1995 ....................984 Lori Schafer, 1996 ................................946 Jodie Williams, 1998 ............................935 Breanna Smith, 2004............................919

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

minimum 300 attempts Ashley Walton, 2003 ........................ Michelle Hubalek, 1995 .................. Mandie Moyer, 1998 ........................ Lori Schafer, 1995.............................. Ashley Walton, 2002 ........................ Mandie Moyer, 1999 ........................ Ashley Walton, 2000 ........................ Michelle Ferguson, 1994 ................ Ashley Walton, 2001 ........................ Jenna Newman, 2006 ......................

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

10.

Total Attempts

Kill Percentage

Kill Average

.431 .420 .409 .402 .398 .386 .365 .359 .355 .353

Ashley Walton, 2003 ..........................4.80 Ashley Walton, 2002 ..........................3.98 Stephanie Radecki, 1996....................3.91 Ashley Walton, 2000 ..........................3.88 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1999 ....................3.77 Amy Medicus, 2001 ..........................3.74 Melanie Skolny, 1994..........................3.72 Jen Shaw, 2002 ....................................3.67 Jenna Newman, 2006 ........................3.67 Ashley Walton, 2001 ..........................3.57

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Assists

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

8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Renee Kam, 2003................................1647 Renee Kam, 2001................................1550 Renee Kam, 2002................................1472 Lisa Poeschl, 1997 ..............................1441 Lori Schafer, 1995 ..............................1373 Ashley Cottengim, 2005 ..................1290 Lisa Poeschl, 1998 ..............................1290 Ashley Cottengim, 2006 ..................1269 Rosie Weisenseel, 1994......................1190 Lisa Poeschl, 2000 ..............................1128 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996 ....................1047 Claudia Rech, 1999 ..............................899

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

Lisa Poeschl, 2000 ............................14.10 Renee Kam, 2003 ..............................13.61 Renee Kam, 2001 ..............................13.36 Renee Kam, 2002 ..............................13.26 Claudia Rech, 1999 ..........................12.32 Lisa Poeschl, 1998 ............................12.29 Valerie Ludwigs, 2002......................11.78 Lisa Poeschl, 1999 ............................11.46 Lisa Poeschl, 1997 ............................11.35 Rosie Weisenseel, 1994 ....................10.63

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

Marissa DeLiberato, 2004 ..................664 Michelle Bator, 2005 ............................586 Stephanie Burner, 2002 ......................568 Stephanie Burner, 2001 ......................565 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996........................481 Amy Medicus, 2001 ............................467 Jen Shaw, 2003 ......................................465 Jodie Williams, 1997 ............................455 Marissa DeLiberato, 2003 ..................446 Amy Medicus, 2003 ............................440 Jodie Williams, 1998 ............................427

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Marissa DeLiberato, 2004 ................5.44 Stephanie Burner, 2001 ......................4.75 Stephanie Burner, 2002 ......................4.58 Amy Medicus, 2001 ..........................4.06 Michelle Bator, 2005 ..........................3.81 Jodie Williams, 1998 ..........................3.81 Jen Shaw, 2003 ....................................3.72 Amy Medicus, 2000 ..........................3.63 Marissa DeLiberato, 2002 ................3.62 Rosie Weisenseel, 1994 ......................3.46 Jodie Williams, 1997 ..........................3.45

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

Amelia Robinson, 2005 ........................93 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996..........................74 Katie Hummel, 2003 ............................65 Stephanie Radecki, 1996 ......................61 Lori Schafer, 1996 ..................................56 Jenna Benkelman, 2006 ........................55 Breanna Smith, 2006..............................54 Jodie Williams, 1997 ..............................53 Michelle Hubalek, 1995........................52 Jenna Newman, 2005 ............................51 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ................................51 Rosie Weisenseel, 1994..........................51

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Assist Average

Digs

Digs Average

Service Aces

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ace Average

8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Ashley Cottengim, 2005 ....................0.64 Breanna Smith, 2006 ..........................0.59 Lisa Poeschl, 1999 ..............................0.54 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996 ......................0.52 Katie Hummel, 2003 ..........................0.50 Katie Hummel, 2002 ..........................0.50 Tina Kowalski, 1997 ..........................0.50 Dana Czerwonka, 1999 ....................0.47 Abby Galcik, 2000 ..............................0.46 Rosie Weisenseel, 1994 ......................0.45 Stephanie Radecki, 1996....................0.44 Jenna Benkelman, 2006......................0.43

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

Mandie Moyer, 1998............................186 Erica Shaffer, 1998................................166 Michelle Hubalek, 1995......................165 Mandie Moyer, 1997............................156 Ashley Walton, 2003............................143 Jenna Newman, 2004..........................141 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ..............................139 Mandie Moyer, 1999............................137 Katie Hummel, 2003 ..........................124 Sonya Leonard, 1994 ..........................121 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1999 ......................119

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

Michelle Hubalek, 1995........................50 Melanie Skolny, 1994 ............................34 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ................................30 Sonya Leonard, 1994 ............................32 Mandie Moyer, 1998..............................27 Ashley Walton, 2001..............................26 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1999 ........................25 Erica Shaffer, 1998..................................25 Alicia Knouff, 2004 ................................24 Lori Schafer, 1995 ..................................22 Stephanie Radecki, 1994 ......................22

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

Mandie Moyer, 1998............................159 Erica Shaffer, 1998................................141 Mandie Moyer, 1997............................135 Jenna Newman, 2004..........................120 Mandie Moyer, 1999............................118 Michelle Hubalek, 1995 ......................115 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ..............................109 Katie Hummel, 2003 ..........................108 Mandy Bambauer, 1996......................100 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1999 ........................94 Erica Shaffer, 1997..................................91 Stephanie Radecki, 1994 ......................91

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

Mandie Moyer, 1998 ..........................1.60 Erica Shaffer, 1998 ..............................1.44 Mandie Moyer, 1999 ..........................1.18 Mandie Moyer, 1997 ..........................1.18 Erica Shaffer, 1999 ..............................1.16 Jenna Newman, 2004 ........................1.14 Alicia Knouff, 2004 ............................1.09 Ashley Walton, 2003 ..........................1.08 Sonya Leonard, 1994..........................1.08 Carmen Quatman, 2002 ....................1.05

8. 9.

10.

Total Blocks

Block Solos

Block Assists

Block Average

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3 Games

60 Stephanie Burner vs. California(Pa.), 9/25/01 56 Amy Medicus vs. California(Pa.), 9/8/01 52 Amy Medicus vs. Juniata, 9/22/01 51 Stephanie Burner vs. Juniata, 9/22/01 51 Stephanie Radecki vs. Millersville, 9/9/95 47 Abby Galcik vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/26/00 46 Ashley Walton vs. Lees-McRae, 11/22/02

4 Games

64 Carmen Quatmen vs. California(Pa.), 9/9/00 62 Amy Medicus vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/31/02 58 Stephanie Burner vs. Clarion, 11/11/02 53 Ashley Walton vs. Lees-McRae, 10/18/03 52 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 11/22/03 51 Becky Byers vs. Grand Valley State, 8/29/98 50 Stephanie Radecki vs. Cal State Santa Barbara, 8/30/96 50 Stephanie Radecki vs. Ashland, 9/14/96 50 Stephanie Radecki vs. Millersville, 11/11/95 50 Becky Byers vs. Millersville, 11/11/95

5 Games

67 Stephanie Radecki vs. Lock Haven, 11/16/96 63 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 11/15/03 60 Stephanie Burner vs. California(Pa.), 9/25/01 59 Stephanie Radecki vs. Lock Haven, 11/22/96 56 Amy Medicus vs. California(Pa.), 9/8/01 56 Lori Schafer vs. Lock Haven, 11/16/96 55 Ashley Walton vs. Northern Colorado, 10/17/03 54 Stephanie Radecki vs. Lock Haven, 11/8/96 53 Becky Byers vs. Florida Southern, 10/17/98 52 Breanna Smith vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/4/05

3 Games

Kills

27 Stephanie Radecki vs. East Stroudsburg, 11/10/95 22 Stephanie Radecki vs. Millersville, 9/9/95 21 Jen Shaw vs. California(Pa.), 9/30/03 21 Ashley Walton vs. East Stroudsburg, 11/9/01 21 Ashley Walton vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/26/00 21 Abby Galcik vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/26/00 20 Jenna Newman vs. West Chester, 10/14/06 20 Ashley Walton vs. Lees-McRae, 9/12/03 20 Stephanie Radecki vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/1/96 19 Jenna Newman vs. Wayne State, 9/2/06 19 Ashley Walton vs. East Stroudsburg, 11/9/01 19 Mandie Moyer vs. Florida Southern, 8/28/99

4 Games

30 28 27 27 26

Ashley Walton vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/28/03 Jen Shaw vs. Clarion, 11/11/02 Amy Medicus vs, Indiana(Pa.), 9/26/00 Ashley Walton vs. Indiana(Pa.), 11/23/02 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 10/14/03

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Match Records

26 Ashley Walton vs. California(Pa.), 10/24/00 25 Jenna Newman vs. Notre Dame(OH), 10/31/05 25 Stephanie Radecki vs. Indiana(Pa.), 11/4/95 25 Ashley Walton vs. Lees-McRae, 11/22/02 24 Ashley Walton vs. Lees-McRae, 10/18/03 24 Ashley Walton vs. Clarion, 10/7/03 24 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 10/22/03 24 Ashley Walton vs. Slippery Rock, 11/4/00 24 Jodie Williams vs. Cornerstone, 8/30/97 24 Stephanie Radecki vs. Ashland, 9/14/96

5 Games

31 Ashley Walton vs. Northern Colorado, 10/17/03 31 Amy Medicus vs. California(Pa.), 9/8/01 29 Katie Hummel vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/9/01 29 Stephanie Radecki vs. Lock Haven, 11/16/96 27 Ashley Walton vs. Florida Southern, 9/6/03 27 Becky Byers vs. Mercyhurst, 9/19/96 26 Amy Tausch vs. Lees-McRae, 10/16/04 26 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 11/15/03 25 Ashley Walton vs. Gannon, 9/13/00 25 Michelle Ferguson vs. Juniata, 9/30/94 25 Stephanie Radecki vs. Florida Southern, 10/20/95

Hitting Percentage

3 Games

.917 .846

.824

.824

.824

.786 .778 .760 .750 .737

.706

Mandie Moyer vs. East Stroudsburg (11-0-12), 10/9/99 Alicia Knouff vs. St. Anselm (11-0-13), 10/15/06 Ashley Walton vs. East Stroudsburg (14-0-17), 10/11/03 Jodie Williams vs. Florida Tech (15-1-17), 10/18/97 Ashley Walton vs. West Chester (14-0-17), 10/12/02 Amy Tausch vs. East Stroudsburg (11-0-14), 9/25/04 Ashley Walton vs. Mercyhurst (21-0-27), 9/8/01 Jenna Newman vs. West Chester (20-1-25), 10/14/06 Jenna Newman vs. Geneva (17-2-20), 10/7/06 Erica Shaffer vs. Indiana(Pa.) (14-0-19), 11/2/99 Jodie Williams vs. California(Pa.) (12-0-17), 10/28/97

4 Games

.812 .800

.792

.700

.686

.684

.682

.682

(minimum 12 attempts)

Ashley Cottengim vs. Millersville (13-0-16), 11/11/05 Ashley Cottengim vs. Mount Olive (12-0-15), 10/14/05 Katie Hummel vs. Indiana(Pa.) (20-1-24), 9/27/01 Jenna Newman vs. Millersville (16-2-20), 9/24/04 Ashley Walton vs. Indiana(Pa.) (27-3-35), 11/23/02 Alicia Knouff vs. East Stroudsburg (13-0-19), 9/25/04 Mandie Moyer vs. Lock Haven (16-1-22), 10/14/97 Erica Shaffer vs. Stony Brook (17-2-22), 10/25/98

.676 .652

.625

.625

Ashley Walton vs. Clarion (24-1-34), 10/7/03 Erica Shaffer vs. Charleston (17-2-23), 10/22/99 Erica Shaffer vs. Indiana(Pa.), (21-1-32), 9/29/99 Erica Shaffer vs. Fairmont St. (19-4-24), 10/16/99

5 Games

.667 .593

.579

.578 .542 .539

.536

.527 .524

.514 .500 .485 .482

Carmen Quatman vs. Indiana(Pa.) (8-0-12), 11/16/02 Michelle Hubalek vs. Lock Haven (18-2-27), 10/29/95 Alicia Knouff vs. Indiana(Pa.) (12-1-19), 11/5/05 Michelle Hubalek vs. Florida Southern (17-2-26), 10/20/95 Ashley Walton vs. Grand Valley State (13-0-24), 9/7/02 Jodie Williams vs. Juniata (16-2-26), 9/20/97 Ashley Walton vs. Lees-McRae (17-2-28), 10/19/02 Ashley Walton vs. Northern Colorado (31-2-55), 10/17/03 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.) (11-0-21), 9/18/04 Jenna Newman vs. Shippensburg (21-2-37), 10/1/05 Jenna Newman vs. Kutztown (16-3-26), 10/8/05 Ashley Walton vs. WisconsinParkside (20-4-33), 8/30/02 Mandy Bambauer vs. Lock Haven (15-2-27), 11/22/96

3 Games

Assists

67 Lisa Poeschl vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/26/00 60 Lori Schafer vs. East Stroudsburg, 11/10/95 56 Renee Kam vs.Mercyhurst, 9/8/01 56 Renee Kam vs. Clarion, 11/03/01 54 Rosie Weisenseel vs. Slippery Rock, 9/13/94 52 Renee Kam vs. Clarion, 11/8/03 52 Lori Schafer vs. North Florida, 10/20/95 52 Lisa Poeschl vs. Florida Southern, 8/28/99

4 Games

85 80 79 78 76 71

69 69 68 66 66 66

Lisa Poeschl vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/31/00 Lisa Poeschl vs. California(Pa.), 10/24/00 Lisa Poeschl vs. Slippery Rock, 11/4/00 Claudia Rech vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/28/99 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/7/01 Ashley Cottengim vs. Notre Dame(OH), 10/31/05 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/28/03 Renee Kam vs. Lees-McRae, 10/18/03 Lori Schafer vs. Millersville, 11-11-95 Renee Kam vs. Lees-McRae, 11-22-02 Renee Kam vs. Indiana, 11-23-02 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9-17-02

81 80 79 73 71 70 68

Renee Kam vs. California(Pa.), 9/8/01 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/9/01 Lisa Poeschl vs. Gannon, 9/13/00 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.), 11/16/02 Claudia Rech vs. Lock Haven, 11/13/99 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/15/02 Renee Kam vs. Juniata, 9/22/01

5 Games

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Match Records

67 Claudia Rech vs. California(Pa.), 10/26/99 67 Rosie Weisenseel vs. Slippery Rock, 10/18/94 3 Games

Digs

26 Amy Medicus vs. Southern Indiana, 9/1/01 24 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Juniata, 9/11/04 24 Stephanie Burner vs. Clarion, 11/3/01 24 Stephanie Radecki vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/1/96 23 Michelle Hubalek vs. California(Pa.), 10/4/94 22 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Shippensburg, 10/8/04 22 Rosie Weisenseel vs. Slippery Rock, 10/1/94 22 Amelia Robinson vs. Wayne State, 9/2/06 22 Amelia Robinson vs. Lewis, 8/25/06 21 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Findlay, 11/23/04 21 Amy Medicus vs. Clarion, 11/3/01 21 Stephanie Burner vs. Gannon, 9/11/02 21 Stephanie Burner vs. West Chester, 11/15/02

4 Games

35 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Mercyhurst, 10/28/04 30 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Lynn, 8/27/04 30 Amy Medicus vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/27/01 30 Rosie Weisenseel vs. Millersville, 10/1/94 28 Marissa DeLiberato vs. California(Pa.), 9/28/04 27 Michelle Bator vs. Ferris State, 9/10/05 27 Lori Schafer vs. West Virginia. Wesleyan, 9/23/95 26 Stephanie Burner vs. IUP, 9/7/01 26 Amy Medicus vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/31/00 26 Mandy Bambauer vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 9/20/97 25 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Clarion, 10/5/04 25 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Slippery Rock, 9/14/04 25 Stephanie Burner vs. West Chester, 11/15/02

5 Games

36 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Florida Southern, 9/6/03 35 Stephanie Burner vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/9/01 31 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Lees-McRae, 10/16/04 31 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Florida Southern, 9/4/04 31 Becky Byers vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/21/97 30 Tiffany Trgovac vs. Rollins, 8/27/05 30 Marissa DeLiberato vs. Clarion, 11/6/04 30 Rosie Weisenseel vs. Mercyhurst, 9/19/96 30 Stephanie Burner vs. Juniata, 9/22/01 30 Stephanie Burner vs. IUP, 10/15/02 30 Marissa DeLiberato vs. IUP, 10/15/02

Block Solos

3 Games

7 Alicia Knouff vs. Shippensburg, 10/8/04 4 Sonya Leonard vs. Indiana (Pa.), 9/6/94 3 Brittany Slautterbeck vs. Davis & Elkins, 10/6/06

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3 Ashley Cottengim vs. West Chester, 10/9/04 3 Ashley Cottengim vs. Shippensburg, 10/8/04 3 Alicia Knouff vs. North Florida, 8/28/04 3 Michelle Hubalek vs. Millersville, 9/9/95 3 Michelle Hubalek vs. Slippery Rock, 10/31/95

4 Games

6 Erica Shaffer vs. Slippery Rock, 9/15/98 4 Jenna Newman vs. Lynn, 8/27/04 3 13 tied with three block solos (last: Alicia Knouff vs. West Alabama, 8/26/05)

5 Games

4 4 4 4

Kristen Perkins vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/4/05 Ashley Walton vs. NY Tech, 8/24/01 Michelle Hubalek vs. Juniata, 9/30/94 Michelle Hubalek vs. Florida Southern, 10/20/95 3 15 tied with three solo blocks (last: Olivia Williams vs. Clarion, 10/24/06)

Block Assists

3 Games

9 Alicia Knouff vs. Slippery Rock, 10/25/05 8 Michelle Hubalek vs. Barry, 10/21/95 8 Mandie Moyer vs. Clarion, 9/19/98 8 Erica Shaffer vs. Fairmont St., 10/17/98 8 Erica Shaffer vs. Bentley, 10/24/98 8 Mandie Moyer vs. Bentley, 10/24/98 7 Alicia Knouff vs. West Chester, 10/9/04 7 Erin Riley vs. Ashland, 9/14/96 7 Katie Quatman vs. West Chester, 10/12/02

4 Games

11 Mandie Moyer vs. Slippery Rock, 9/16/97 9 Sonya Leonard vs. Millersville, 10/1/94 9 Mandie Moyer vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10/15/99 9 Erica Shaffer vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10/15/99 8 Alicia Knouff vs. Clarion, 10/5/04 8 Alicia Knouff vs. Tampa, 8/28/04 8 Ashley Walton vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/23/03 7 Alicia Knouff vs. Mount Olive, 10/14/05 7 Jenna Newman vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/19/04 7 Alicia Knouff vs. Mt. Olive, 10/15/04 7 Mandy Bambauer vs. Lock Haven, 10/8/96 7 Stephanie Radecki vs. Millersville, 10/21/94 7 Mandie Moyer vs. Grand Valley State, 8/29/98

5 Games

10 Mandy Bambauer vs. Lock Haven, 11/22/96 9 Mandie Moyer vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/21/97 9 Mandie Moyer vs. Charleston, 9/19/98 8 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 11/15/03 8 Mandie Moyer vs. Juniata, 9/20/97 8 Erica Shaffer vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/21/97 8 Erica Shaffer vs. California(Pa.), 10/26/99 8 Mandie Moyer vs. Lock Haven, 11/13/99 8 Erica Shaffer vs. Lees-McRae, 11/20/99

Total Blocks

3 Games

12 10 10 9 9 9 9 8

Alicia Knouff vs. Shippensburg, 10/8/04 Mandie Moyer vs. Bentley, 10/24/98 Erica Shaffer vs. Fairmont St., 10/17/98 Alicia Knouff vs. Slippery Rock, 10/25/05 Alicia Knouff vs. West Chester, 10/9/04 Michelle Hubalek vs. Barry, 10/21/95 Mandie Moyer vs. Clarion, 9/19/98 six tied with eight total blocks

4 Games

12 Mandie Moyer vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10/15/99 11 Mandie Moyer vs. Slippery Rock, 9/16/97 10 Sonya Leonard vs. Millersville, 10/1/94 10 Mandie Moyer vs. Grand Valley State, 8/29/98 10 Mandie Moyer vs. Lock Haven, 10/13/98 9 Alicia Knouff vs. Clarion, 10/5/04 9 Katie Hummel vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/28/03 9 Ashley Walton vs. Indiana(Pa.), 9/23/03 8 Alicia Knouff vs. Mount Olive, 10/14/05

5 Games

11 Mandy Bambauer vs. Lock Haven, 11/22/96 10 Alicia Knouff vs. Northern Colorado, 10/17/03 10 Mandie Moyer vs. Juniata, 9/26/98 9 seven tied with nine total blocks (last: Kristen Perkins vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/4/05

Service Aces

3 Games

14 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7

7 7

Amelia Robinson vs. Cheyney, 10/7/05 Ashley Cottengim vs. Cheyney, 9/25/04 Amelia Robinson vs. St. Anselm, 10/15/05 Ashley Cottengim vs. Cheyney, 10/10/03 Katie Hummel vs. Lees-McRae, 9/12/03 Lisa Poeschl vs. Florida Southern, 8/28/99 Amelia Robinson vs. Cheyney, 10/10/03 Lisa Poeschl vs. Clarion, 11/4/97 Amy Medicus vs. East Stroudsburg, 9/27/02 Abby Linsted vs. Cheyney, 9/28/02 Brittany Slauterbeck vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06

4 Games

12 Lori Schafer vs. Clarion, 10/15/96 10 Jodie Williams vs. Grand Valley State., 8/29/98 7 Katie Hummel vs. Christian Brothers, 8/29/03 6 Tina Kowalski vs. Cornerstone, 8/30/97 6 Lisa Poeschl vs. Rollins, 10/18/97 6 Lori Schafer vs. Ashland, 9/14/96

5 Games

9 Katie Hummel vs. Southwest State, 9/6/02 7 Ashley Walton vs. New York Tech, 8/24/01 7 Dana Czerwonka vs.Lees-McRae, 11/20/99 6 Rosie Weisenseel vs. Charleston, 10/26/96 6 Renee Kam vs. Florida Tech, 8/25/01 5 seven tied with five service aces

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Year-By-Year Records Year

W

L

T

unavailable 10 3 0 unavailable 17 6 0 22 4 0 25 4 0 28 9 0 19 9 1 18 11 1 37 9 0 30 13 1 31 10 1 9 23 0 16 20 0 16 23 0 15 18 0 22 12 0 27 11 0 29 11 0 33 4 0 29 5 0 25 5 0 15 15 0 27 5 0

1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Pct.

.769

.739 .846 .862 .757 .672 .617 .804 .693 .750 .281 .444 .410 .395 .647 .711 .725 .892 .853 .833 .500 .844

Coach

Nancy Acker Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dennis Patton Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Dr. Patrick McLane Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Lynn Theehs

(1994-2003)

Team Records

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2002 2003 2000 2003 2000 2003 2000 1996 2001 1995 1998 1997 1996 2006

.295 5268 43.10 2193 16.63 1975 15.55 2747 20.99 102 567 3.9 338 2.5

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

Total

W

L

T

Pct.

757 388

4

.661

14 28 26 28 22 20 19 26 26 13 26 19

19 13 12 9 11 8 13 9 12 19 16 17

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Coach

.424 .683 .684 .757 .667 .714 .593 .743 .684 .406 .619 .528

Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Dale Flickinger Missy Soboleski Missy Soboleski

7 Head Coaches

Win-Loss Percentage by Coach

Coach

Yrs.

Glen Conley 8 Lynn Theehs 10 Patrick McLane* 12 Dennis Patton 1 Missy Soboleski 2 Dale Flickinger 1 Nancy Acker* 1 Total

36

W

L

T

Pct.

757

388

4

.661

195 81 236 111 260 144 18 11 45 33 13 19 --unavailable--

*Records for 1971 & 1973 season unavailable

Dr. Patrick McLane

Lynn Theehs

Hitting Percentage Attack Attempts Attacks/Game Kills Kills/Game Assists Assists/Game Digs Digs/Game Blocks Solo Block Assists Blocks/Game Service Aces Service Aces/Game

Year

(1972-78, ‘80-85)

Miscellaneous Records

0 0 3 1 0 0

.707 .680 .643 .617 .577 .406

Glen Conley

(1986-93)

Season Records

Matches

37 (1980, 2002) Winning Streak 12 (1994, 2002) Consecutive Home Wins 14 (1995,96) Consecutive Winning Seasons 10 (1971-82) Wins in a Season 33 (1990) Losses in a Season 23 (1983,85) Longest PSAC Winning Streak 12 (1994-95) Longest PSAC Losing Streak 2 (1999, 2004) Wins Versus PSAC Opponents 14 (1994,1996)

Lisa Poeschl holds the record for assists per game in a season, at 14.10, and is second in career assists with 4,478.

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Edinboro and the NCAA Playoffs

NCAA Elite Eight

1994 at Bakersfield, CA Cal State-Bakersfield def. EDINBORO, 3-0 1996 at Warrensburg, MO Central Missouri def. EDINBORO, 3-0 1998 at Orlando, FL North Dakota State def. EDINBORO, 3-0 2002 at Canyon, TX Grand Valley State def. EDINBORO, 3-0

NCAA Atlantic Regional

1994 -- Regional Champions at Erie, PA EDINBORO def. Slippery Rock, 3-1 EDINBORO def. Gannon, 3-0 1996 -- Regional Champions at Buckhannon, WV EDINBORO def. Lock Haven, 3-2 EDINBORO def. West Virginia Wesleyan, 3-0 1997 at Edinboro, PA EDINBORO def. West Virginia Wesleyan, 3-2

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Kills

Melanie Skolny........................424 Stephanie Radecki ................ 458 Stephanie Radecki ................ 498 Jodie Williams ........................ 423 Jodie Williams..........................388 Jennifer Fuhrman....................445 Ashley Walton ........................396 Amy Medicus ..........................430 Ashley Walton ........................462 Ashley Walton ........................634 Jenna Newman........................332 Alicia Knouff............................496 Jenna Newman........................470

Hitting Percentage Michelle Ferguson .............. Michelle Hubalek ................ Stephanie Radecki .............. Mandie Moyer...................... Mandie Moyer...................... Mandie Moyer...................... Ashley Walton ...................... Ashley Walton...................... Ashley Walton...................... Ashley Walton...................... Renee Kam............................ Ashley Cottengim .............. Jenna Newman ....................

Assists

.359 .420 .268 .335 .409 .386 .365 .355 .398 .431 .404 .390 .353

Rosie Weisenseel ..................1190 Lori Schafer ............................1373 Rosie Weisenseel ..................1047 Lisa Poeschl............................1441 Lisa Poeschl............................1290 Claudia Rech .......................... 899 Lisa Poeschl............................1128 Renee Kam ............................1550 Renee Kam ............................1472

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Lock Haven def. EDINBORO, 3-1 1998 -- Regional Champions at Fairmont, WV EDINBORO def. Lock Haven, 3-0 EDINBORO def. University of Charleston, 3-0 1999 at Lock Haven, PA EDINBORO def. Lees-McRae, 3-2 Lock Haven def. EDINBORO, 3-1 2000 at Lock Haven, PA California(Pa.) def. EDINBORO, 3-2 2001 at Lock Haven, PA Indiana(Pa.) def. EDINBORO, 3-1 2002 -- Regional Champions at Indiana, PA EDINBORO def. Lees-McRae, 3-1 EDINBORO def. Indiana(Pa.), 3-1 2003 at Lock Haven, PA EDINBORO def. Indiana(Pa.), 3-0 Lock Haven def. EDINBORO, 3-1 2005 at Lock Haven, PA EDINBORO def. Mount Olive, 3-0 Lees-McRae def. EDINBORO, 3-0

Yearly Leaders 2003 2004 2005 2006

Renee Kam ............................1647 Renee Kam ..............................762 Ashley Cottengim ................1290 Ashley Cottengim ................1269

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Melanie Skolny..........................34 Michelle Hubalek......................50 Mandy Baumbauer ..................17 Mandie Moyer ..........................21 Mandie Moyer ..........................27 Jennifer Fuhrman......................25 Ashley Walton ..........................18 Ashley Walton ..........................26 Ashley Walton ..........................21 Ashley Walton ..........................25 Alicia Knouff..............................24 Alicia Knouff..............................30 Olivia Williams, Brittany Slauterbeck ................18

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Stephanie Radecki ....................91 Michelle Hubalek....................115 Mandy Baumbauer ................100 Mandie Moyer ........................135 Mandie Moyer ........................159 Mandie Moyer ........................118 Ashley Walton ..........................53 Ashley Walton ..........................67 Ashley Walton ..........................75 Ashley Walton ........................118 Jenna Newman........................120 Alicia Knouff............................109 Jenna Newman..........................69

1994 1995 1996

Sonya Leonard ........................121 Michelle Hubalek ..................165 Mandy Baumbauer ................117

Block Solos

Block Assists

Total Blocks

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Mandie Moyer ........................156 Mandie Moyer ........................186 Mandie Moyer ........................137 Ashley Walton ..........................71 Ashley Walton ..........................93 Ashley Walton ..........................96 Ashley Walton ........................143 Jenna Newman........................141 Alicia Knouff............................139 Jenna Newman..........................85

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Rosie Weisenseel ....................388 Stephanie Radecki ..................366 Rosie Weisenseel ....................481 Jodie Williams..........................455 Jodie Williams..........................427 Stephanie Burner ....................324 Amy Medicus ..........................341 Stephanie Burner ....................565 Stephanie Burner ....................568 Jen Shaw ..................................465 Marissa DeLiberato ................664 Michelle Bator..........................586 Amelia Robinson ....................336

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Rosie Weisenseel ......................51 Michelle Hubalek......................52 Rosie Weisenseel ......................74 Jodie Williams............................53 Jodie Williams............................39 Dana Czerwonka ......................43 Abby Galcik ..............................45 Stephanie Burner ......................37 Katie Hummel ..........................36 Katie Hummel ..........................65 Tiffany Trgovac..........................37 Amelia Robinson ......................93 Jenna Benkelman ......................55

Digs

Service Aces

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The Honor Roll Rosie Weisenseel

AVCA All-American

Ashley Walton -- Third Team, 2002 & 2003

Ashley Walton is the only Edinboro University volleyball player to ever earn AVCA Division II AllAmerican honors. The 5’10” middle hitter from Manchester, PA was a third team selection in 2002, then duplicated that fete in 2003. Those were one of many honors earned by Walton during her career. She was recognized as the PSAC West Player of the Year as a senior, and also earned All-Atlantic Region honors all four years. She was a four-time All-PSAC choice, as well, earning second team honors as a freshman before moving up to the first team her final three years. As a freshman, she was also the Atlantic Region and PSAC West Rookie of the Year.

AVCA Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year

Ashley Walton

2000

AVCA All-Atlantic Region

Christina Beck

Tanya Andrews Becky Werling

Brenda Jones Melanie Skolny Laura Beatty Kara Hopkins Melanie Skolny

Melanie Skolny

1987

1988

1991 1992 1993

Michelle Ferguson Michelle Hubalek

1994

Michelle Ferguson Michelle Hubalek Melanie Skolny Rosie Weisenseel

1995

Michelle Hubalek Stephanie Radecki Lori Schafer

1996

Stephanie Radecki Lori Schafer Rosie Weisenseel Mandie Moyer Jodie Williams Mandie Moyer Lisa Poeschl

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1997

1998

OH S

OH

OH

OH OH

OH MB OH S MB OH S OH OH S

MB OH MB S

1999

Jennifer Fuhrman Mandie Moyer Erica Shaffer

Lisa Poeschl Ashley Walton

Ashley Walton Amy Medicus

1989

1990

Erica Shaffer Jodie Williams

Ashley Walton Jen Shaw Renee Kam

Katie Hummel Renee Kam Ashley Walton

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Marissa DeLiberato

RS OH

First Team:

1992

First Team:

1993

First Team: First Team:

RH MB MB

S OH MH

MH OH

2003

2004

MH S MH OH

Second Team: Marissa DeLiberato 2005

Second Team: Alicia Knouff

MH S MH

First Team:

2006

Jenna Newman

L

MH

MH

PSAC West Player of the Year

L

1995

Michelle Hubalek

OH S

OH S S

Michelle Ferguson OH Michelle Hubalek OH Rosie Weisenseel S 1994

1995

Michele Hubalek MB Stephanie Radecki OH Lori Schafer S 1996

2002

Ashley Walton Renee Kam Second Team: Katie Hummel Jen Shaw

First Team:

Michelle Ferguson OH Melanie Skolny OH Rosie Weisenseel S Second Team: Michele Hubalek OH First Team:

2000

Second Team: Lisa Poeschl Abby Galcik Ashley Walton

RH OH MH S

Ashley Walton MH Stephanie Burner OH Second Team: Renee Kam S

MH OH S

Melanie Skolny Laura Beatty Second Team: Rosie Weisenseel First Team:

1999

Erica Shaffer Mandie Moyer Second Team: Jenn Fuhrman First Team:

First Team:

MH OH

Melanie Skolny Laura Beatty

1998

Erica Shaffer Jodie Williams Second Team: Mandie Moyer Lisa Poeschl First Team:

2001

S MB

1991

First Team: Jodie Williams OH Second Team: Mandy Bambauer MH Mandie Moyer MH S Lisa Poeschl

First Team: Ashley Walton Second Team: Amy Medicus

MB MB RS

All-PSAC West

S

1997

Stephanie Radecki MB

1996

Stephanie Radecki 2003

Ashley Walton Stephanie Radecki

PSAC West Rookie of the Year 1997

Lisa Poeschl

2000

Ashley Walton 2001

Renee Kam

2006

Olivia Williams

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Abilene-Christian Akron Alabama-Huntsville Alderson-Broaddus Alfred Allegheny Angelo State Army Ashland Athletes in Action Augustana Baldwin-Wallace Ball State Barry Barton Bellarmine Bentley Bryant Buffalo State Cal State Bakersfield Cal State San Bernardino California(Pa.) Cal-Northridge Canisius Carlow Carson-Newman Catholic Central Connecticut Central Indiana Central Missouri Charleston Cheyney Christian Brothers Cincinnati Clarion Cleveland State Colorado Christian Concordia Connecticut Coppin State Cornerstone C.W. Post Daemen Davis & Elkins Delaware DePaul Dowling Duquesne D'Youville East Stroudsburg Eastern Kentucky Fairleigh Dickinson Fairmont State Ferris State Findlay Florida International Florida Southern Florida Tech Franklin and Marshall Fredonia State Gannon Gardner-Webb Geneva Glenville State Georgetown Gettysburg Grand Canyon

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0 5 1 3 2 6 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 9 0 0 33 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 5 1 1 44 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 0 5 2 1 20 0 2 3 2 2 0 1 0 1 8 17 1 1 1 0 1 0

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1 6 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 12 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 12 11 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 1 5 1 5 3 0 1 12 0 0 0 3 0 1

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OPPONENT

Grand Valley State Grove City Guelph Hillsdale Howard Illinois-Chicago Indiana State Indiana(Pa.) Ithaca James Madison Juniata Kent State Kentucky Wesleyan Kutztown Lake Superior State Lehigh Lees-McRae LeMoyne Lewis Lock Haven Lowell Loyola of Chicago Lynn Malone Mansfield Marshall Maryland Maryland Eastern Shore Maryland-Baltimore Massachusetts McMaster Mercy Mercyhurst Miami (OH) Michigan State Michigan Tech Millersville Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Mankato Mount Olive Mount Union Navy New Haven New York Tech Niagara Norfolk State North Alabama North Dakota State North Florida Northeast Northern Colorado Northern Kentucky Northern Michigan Northern State Northwood Notre Dame(OH) Oakland Ohio State Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan Pace Penn State Penn State Behrend Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Point Park Princeton

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1 7 3 0 1 1 0 63 6 1 2 7 1 5 3 0 10 1 2 17 0 1 1 6 5 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 30 0 0 0 11 0 0 4 1 1 6 4 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 4 1 0 5 7 2 2 1 2

L

6 5 0 2 0 1 1 10 1 2 12 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 5 25 1 0 0 0 5 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 1 5 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 7 0 0

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OPPONENT

W

Providence 0 1 Queens Quincy 0 Regis 0 Rhode Island 1 Robert Morris 2 Rollins 0 Rutgers 0 Saginaw Valley 0 Salem-Teikyo 1 0 Sam Houston Scarborough 0 Seattle Pacific 0 Seton Hill 2 Shippensburg 12 Slippery Rock 49 Southern Connecticut 2 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville1 Southern Indiana 1 Southampton 0 Southwest State 0 Springfield 2 St. Anselm 1 St. Augustine 0 St. Bonaventure 2 St. Cloud State 0 St. Francis 0 St. John Fisher 1 St. Joseph's 1 St. Leo’s 1 Stony Brook 1 SUNY Brockport 6 SUNY Cortland 11 SUNY New Platz 1 SUNY Oneanta 2 Syracuse 7 Tampa 0 Temple 1 Texas Women's College 1 Thiel 0 Towson State 1 Truman State 1 Tusculum 1 Valdosta State 0 Villa Maria 1 Villanova 1 Virginia Commonwealth 1 Virginia Union 3 Walsh 0 Wayne State(MI) 1 West Alabama 1 West Chester 11 West Florida 0 West Georgia 0 West Virginia 3 West Virgina State 0 West Virginia Wesleyan 10 Wisconsin-Parkside 1 Westminster 0 Wheeling Jesuit 3 William and Mary 0 Winthrop 0 York 0 Youngstown State 4

L

1 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 6 27 1 0 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 6 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 4 1 0 1 1 1 2

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1975: 22-4

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

2-0 Fredonia State........................W Mercyhurst ............................W 2-0 2-1 Grove City ..............................W 2-0 Gannon....................................W Allegheny ..............................W 2-0 2-0 West Virginia..........................W 2-1 Franklin & Marshall ............W Slippery Rock ........................L 1-2 2-0 Clarion ....................................W 2-0 Allegheny ..............................W Villa Maria..............................W 2-1 2-0 Mercyhurst ............................W 2-0 Penn State Behrend ..............W Allegheny ..............................W 2-0 2-0 Grove City ..............................W 2-0 Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Pittsburgh................................L 1-2 Penn State ..............................W 2-0 2-0 Buffalo ....................................W Fredonia State........................W 2-0 Penn State Behrend ..............W 2-0 2-0 Slippery Rock ........................W Delaware# ..............................L 0-2 Princeton# ..............................W 2-0 Towson State # ......................W 2-1 2-0 Delaware# ..............................L #-Regional “Top Sixteen” Tournament

1976: 25-4

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

SUNY Oneonta......................W Central Connecticut ............W Buffalo State ..........................W Cortland State ........................L West Virginia..........................W Slippery Rock ........................W Fredonia State........................W Syracuse ..................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Buffalo State ..........................W Clarion ....................................W Pittsburgh ..............................W Ohio Wesleyan ......................W Baldwin-Wallace ..................W Akron ......................................W Brockport State ......................L Slippery Rock ........................W Penn State ..............................W Penn State Behrend ..............W Ohio State ..............................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Pittsburgh ..............................W Clarion ....................................W Penn State ..............................W East Stroudsburg ..................W #Fifth place at EAIAW Regionals

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

1977: 28-9

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Cortland State ........................L Temple ....................................W Ohio University ....................W Georgetown ............................L Maryland ................................W Delaware ................................W Clarion ....................................W Fredonia State........................W SUNY Oneonta......................W Cortland State........................W Central Connecticut ..............T SUNY Brockport ..................W Central Connecticut ............W Springfield..............................W Ithaca ......................................W Central Connecticut ..............L SUNY Cortland ....................W East Stroudsburg ..................L Slippery Rock ........................W Buffalo State ..........................W SUNY Brockport ..................W Clarion ....................................W Cleveland State ......................L Cincinnati ..............................W Kent State................................W

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

Fredonia State........................W SUNY Buffalo ........................W Indiana (PA) ..........................W Pittsburgh................................L SUNY Cortland# ..................W Penn State# ............................W Syracuse#................................W Maryland# ..............................L #EAIAW Regionals

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

1978: 18-9-1

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Delaware ................................W Pennsylvania..........................W Cortland State........................W Georgetown ............................L Penn State................................L Delaware ................................W St. John Fisher........................W Fredonia ................................W Univ. of Connecticut ............W Brockport State......................W Cortland State........................W East Stoudsburg ....................L Temple......................................L Kent State................................W Fredonia ..................................T Syracuse ..................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Fredonia State ........................L Slippery Rock ........................L Cleveland State ......................L Ball State ..................................L Slippery Rock ........................W Penn State ..............................W Clarion ....................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Maryland# ..............................L Rhode Island# ......................W Penn# ......................................W Pittsburgh# ............................L

1979: 18-11-1

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

Head Coach: Dennis Patton

Brockport State ......................L Rutgers ....................................L DePaul......................................L Slippery Rock ........................W Pittsburgh................................L Athletes in Action..................L Fredonia State........................W Mercyhurst ............................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Brockport State......................W Athletes in Action ................W Cleveland State ......................L Kent State................................W Indiana (Pa)............................W Salem ......................................W Buffalo ......................................T McMaster ..............................W SUNY Brockport ..................W Scarborough............................L McMaster ................................L Pittsburgh................................L Slippery Rock ........................W Clarion ....................................W California (Pa.) ......................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Slippery Rock ........................L East Stroudsburg ..................L Clarion ....................................W

1980: 37-9

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Buffalo State ..........................W St. Francis................................W Slippery Rock ........................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Miami (Oh.) ............................L Mercyhurst ............................W Juniata......................................W Indiana ....................................W Mansfield................................W Gettysburg..............................W Grove City ..............................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W

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

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

Slippery Rock ........................W St. John Fisher ........................L SUNY Brockport ..................W Clarion ....................................W Robert Morris ........................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Syracuse ..................................W Clarion ....................................W Ithaca ........................................L West Chester ..........................W Syracuse ..................................W New Haven............................W Cortland..................................W Providence ..............................L Ithaca ......................................W Cortland State ........................L Cleveland State ......................L Kent State................................W Lock Haven* ..........................W Indiana (Pa.)* ........................W California (Pa.)* ....................W Slippery Rock* ......................W Mansfield* ..............................W East Stroudsburg* ................W Slippery Rock* ......................W Cortland# ..............................W Catholic# ................................W Southern Connecticut# ......W Massachusetts# ....................W Cortland State# ....................W Southern Connecticut# ......W Lewis^......................................L Cal St.-Northridge^ ..............L Minnesota-Duluth^ ..............L

1981: 30-13-1

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Kent State................................W Penn State................................L Eastern Kentucky ..................L West Virginia..........................W Loyola of Chicago ................W Ohio State................................L Slippery Rock ........................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Pittsburgh................................L Princeton ................................W Fairleigh Dickinson ..............W Florida International ............L Georgetown ............................L Temple......................................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Mercyhurst ............................W Fredonia..................................W Grove City ..............................W Syracuse ..................................W Slippery Rock ........................W Clarion ....................................W Syracuse ..................................W Ithaca ......................................W Southern Connecticut ..........L New Haven............................W Cortland State ........................L Mercyhurst ............................W Thiel ........................................W Indiana (Pa.)* ........................W Slippery Rock* ......................W East Stoudsburg* ..................T Slippery Rock* ......................W East Stoudsburg* ..................W Cleveland State ......................L Mercyhurst ............................W Ithaca# ....................................W Navy#......................................W New Haven# ........................W Villanova# ..............................W Southern Connecticut# ......W Cortland State# ....................W Winthrop^ ..............................L Sam Houston^ ......................L Lewis^......................................L

1982: 31-10

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Michigan State........................L Indiana State ..........................L Kent State................................W Michigan State........................L

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

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

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

Kent State................................W Mercyhurst ............................W Slippery Rock ........................W Marshall ................................W Ohio ........................................W Akron ......................................W Ohio ........................................W Marshall ..................................W Akron ......................................W Slippery Rock ........................W Slippery Rock ........................W Akron ......................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Pittsburgh................................L Clarion ....................................W Cortland State........................W Slippery Rock ........................L Ohio ........................................W Indiana (Pa.)............................L Grove City ..............................W Clarion ....................................W Ithaca ......................................W Lehigh......................................W East Stoudsburg ....................W Cortland State........................W Ithaca ......................................W Illinois-Chicago ....................W James Madison......................W Fairleigh Dickenson ............W Penn State................................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Mercyhurst ............................W Cleveland State ......................L Shippensburg* ......................W Mansfield* ..............................W North Dakota State# ............L CW Post# ................................L *PSAC Tournament #NCAA Regional Tournament

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

1983: 9-23

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Navy ........................................L UMBC......................................W James Madison ......................L Shippensburg ........................L Va. Commonwealth ..............L Slippery Rock ........................L Akron ......................................L Mercyhurst ............................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Youngstown State..................L Slippery Rock ........................L Youngstown State..................L Slippery Rock ........................L Clarion ....................................W C.W. Post ................................W St. Bonaventure ....................W Mansfield ................................L Akron ......................................L Mansfield ................................L West Virginia ..........................L Akron ......................................L Illinois-Chicago ......................L Slippery Rock ........................L Cleveland State ......................L Indiana (Pa.)............................L Duquesne................................W Kent State ................................L Indiana (Pa.)**........................W Slippery Rock** ......................L Clarion** ..................................L California (Pa.)** ..................W Cleveland State ......................L

1984: 16-20

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Akron ......................................L William and Mary ................L Cortland State ........................L James Madison ......................L Maryland ................................L Howard ..................................W Slippery Rock ........................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Cleveland State ......................L Grove City ..............................L Mercyhurst..............................L Niagara....................................W

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

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

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All-Time Results Gannon....................................W Niagara....................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Mansfield ..............................W California (Pa.) ......................W Slippery Rock ........................L Clarion......................................L St. Augustine ..........................L St. Bonaventure ....................W Northeastern ..........................L Mansfield ................................L C.W. Post ..................................l West Virginia ........................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Gannon....................................W Clarion ....................................W Slippery Rock ........................L Kent State ................................L Clarion** ................................W Slippery Rock** ......................L California (Pa.)** ..................W Indiana (PA)**........................W East Stroudsburg* ................L Kutztown* ..............................W

1985: 16-23

Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane

Akron ......................................L Slippery Rock ........................L James Madison ......................L Md. Eastern Shore ................W Clarion......................................L Shippensburg ........................L Slippery Rock ........................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Niagara....................................W Grove City ..............................L Cleveland State ......................L Mercyhurst ............................W Gannon ....................................L Clarion......................................L Walsh ........................................L Central Indiana ......................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Mansfield................................W Slippery Rock ........................L Lippery Rock ..........................L Gannon ....................................L Robert Morris ........................W Clarion ....................................W Juniata ......................................L Grove City ............................L York..........................................W Duquesne................................W Walsh ........................................L Guelph ....................................W Slippery Rock ........................L Clarion......................................L Penn State Behrend ..............W Indiana (Pa.)**........................W Slippery Rock** ......................L Clarion** ................................W California (Pa.)** ..................W East Stroudsburg*..................L Slippery Rock* ......................W

1986: 15-18

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

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

Head Coach: Glen Conley

UMBC ....................................W Seton Hall ..............................W Mansfield ................................L Navy ........................................L Gannon ....................................L Indiana (Pa.)............................L Grove City ..............................L Slippery Rock ........................L Akron ......................................L Alfred ......................................W Niagara....................................W Kent State ................................L Mercyhurst ............................W California (Pa.) ......................W Army........................................W Grove City ..............................L Juniata ......................................L Robert Morris ........................L Carlow......................................L Clarion......................................L Cleveland State ......................L Guelph ....................................W

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

Malone ....................................W Shippensburg ........................L Walsh ........................................L Penn State Behrend ..............W California (Pa.)** ..................W Slippery Rock** ....................W Clarion** ................................W Indiana (Pa.)** ........................L Youngstown State ................W East Stroudsburg*..................L Indiana (Pa.)* ........................W

1987: 22-12

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

Head Coach: Glen Conley

3-0 Allegheny ..............................W Penn State Behrend ..............W 3-0 Grove City ..............................W 3-1 2-0 Mount Union ........................W Akron ......................................L 2-3 Gannon....................................W 3-0 3-0 California (Pa.) ......................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W 3-0 Allegheny ................................L 2-3 2-0 Niagara....................................W Alfred ......................................W 2-0 Mercyhurst ............................W 3-0 2-3 Slippery Rock ........................L Clarion......................................L 2-3 Youngstown State ................W 3-1 3-0 Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Cleveland State ....................W 3-0 3-1 Gannon....................................W Naval Acad. Tourn..... 3rd place Kent State Invi. .......... 3rd place Edinboro Tourn. 1st place Buffalo Tourn. .......... 2nd place

1988: 27-11

Head Coach: Glen Conley

Results Not Available

1989: 29-11

Head Coach: Glen Conley

Penn State Behrend ..............W St. Joseph’s..............................W Augustana..............................W Lewis ........................................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Gannon ....................................L California (Pa.) ......................W Malone ....................................W Slippery Rock ........................W Grove City ..............................W Seton Hill................................W Cleveland State ....................W Clarion ....................................W Buffalo State ..........................W Shippensburg ........................L Guelph ....................................W Canisius ..................................W LeMoyne ................................W Mercyhurst ............................W Youngstown State ................W New York Tech......................W Southampton..........................L Springfield ..............................L Concordia ..............................W Indiana (Pa.)............................L Angelo State............................L St. Joseph’s ..............................L Tampa ......................................L Florida Southern....................L California (Pa.) ......................W Canisius ..................................W D’Youville ..............................W Slippery Rock ........................W Malone ....................................W East Stroudsburg ..................W Gannon....................................W Clarion ....................................W Shippensburg* ......................W Clarion* ..................................W Buffalo State............................L

1990: 33-4

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

Head Coach: Glen Conley

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1991: 29-5

Head Coach: Glen Conley

Malone ....................................W Slippery Rock ........................W Lock Haven ..........................W Clarion ....................................W Allegheny ..............................W Gannon ....................................L California (Pa.) ......................W Cleveland State ....................W Grand Valley State ................L Southern Indiana ..................W California (Pa.) ......................W Ferris State..............................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Mercyhurst..............................L Slippery Rock ........................W Buffalo State ..........................W C.W. Post ................................W Lowell......................................W Bentley ....................................W Springfield..............................W Rollins......................................W Youngstown State ................W Mercy ......................................W Coppin State ..........................W West Chester ..........................W Clarion ....................................W Mercyhurst ............................W Lock Haven............................W California (Pa.) ......................W Buffalo ....................................W Gannon ....................................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W East Stroudsburg* ................W California (Pa.)*......................L

1992: 27-5

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

Head Coach: Glen Conley

Results Not Available

1993: 15-15

Head Coach: Glen Conley

Results Not Available

1994: 27-5

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

Allegheny ..............................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Kentucky Wesleyan..............W Ashland ..................................W Slippery Rock ........................W Grand Valley State................W Lewis ......................................L Ferris State..............................W Lock Haven............................W Gannon....................................W Clarion ....................................W Shippensburg ........................W Juniata......................................W Slippery Rock ........................W Northwood ............................W Millersville..............................W California (Pa.) ......................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Mercyhurst ............................W Slippery Rock ........................L Mercyhurst ............................W Millersville..............................W Hillsdale ..................................L Gannon....................................W Lock Haven............................W Clarion ....................................W California (Pa.) ......................W Shippensburg* ......................W Slippery Rock* ......................W Slippery Rock^......................W Gannon^ ................................W Cal St Bakersfield! ................L

1995: 14-19

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

Northern Michigan ..............L Minnesota Duluth ................L Michigan Tech ........................L St. Cloud State........................L California (Pa.) ......................W Norfolk State..........................W Millersville ..............................L

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

Ashland ..................................L Gannon ....................................L Grand Canyon........................L Clarion ....................................W Mercyhurst ............................W West Va. Wesleyan ................L Slippery Rock ........................W Juniata ......................................L Slippery Rock ........................W Lock Haven............................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Saginaw Valley State ............L Oakland ..................................L California (Pa.) ......................W North Florida..........................L Florida Southern ..................L Tampa ......................................L Barry ........................................L Clarion ....................................W Mercyhurst ............................W Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock ........................W Gannon ....................................L Indiana (Pa.) ........................W East Stroudsburg* ................W Millersville* ............................L

1996: 27-12

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

Regis ........................................L Cal St.-San Bernardino ........L Northern Michigan ..............L Saint Cloud State ................L West Va. Wesleyan ..............W Wheeling Jesuit ....................W Gannon ..................................W Fairmont State ......................W Clarion ....................................W Lock Haven ..........................W Ashland ..................................W West Va. Wesleyan ..............L California (Pa.) ....................W Mercyhurst ............................W Slippery Rock ......................W Stony Brook ..........................W Slippery Rock ......................W West Chester ........................W Shippensburg ......................W Dowling ................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Lock Haven ..........................W Juniata College ......................L Ashland ..................................W Mercyhurst ............................W California (Pa.) ....................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Charleston ............................W Slippery Rock ........................L North Alabama ....................L Truman State ........................W Central Missouri ..................L Texas Woman's ......................L Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Lock Haven ............................L Millersville* ..........................W Lock Haven* ..........................L Lock Haven^ ........................W West Va. Wesleyan^ ............W Central Missouri !..................L

1997: 26-12

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

Minnesota Duluth ................L Northern Michigan ..............L Cornerstone............................W Quincy......................................L East Stroudsburg ..................W Gannon ..................................W Alderson-Broaddus..............W Juniata ......................................L Lock Haven............................W Westminster ............................L Slippery Rock ........................W Pace ..........................................W Wheeling Jesuit ....................W Juniata ....................................L West Va. Wesleyan ................L California (Pa.) ......................W Clarion ....................................W East Stroudsburg ..................W SUNY-New Paltz ..................W

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

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All-Time Results

Clarion......................................L West Chester ..........................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W Daemen ..................................W Lock Haven ............................L Florida Southern....................L Tampa ......................................L Rollins......................................W Florida Tech............................W Slippery Rock ........................W Mercyhurst ............................W California................................W Gannon....................................W Clarion ....................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..........................W East Stroudsburg* ................W Lock Haven* ..........................W West Va. Wesleyan^ ............W Lock Haven^ ..........................L

1998: 28-9

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

North Alabama...................... L Gardner-Webb ......................W Alabama-Huntsville..............L ........W Grand Valley State Juniata ......................................L Lock Haven ..........................W Alderson-Broaddus..............W West Va. Wesleyan................W ..................W Slippery Rock ..................W West Va. State Barton ....................W Lees-McRae ....................W Clarion ....................W Univ. of Charleston ..............L California (Pa.) ................W Juniata ....................L Clarion ....................W Wheeling Jesuit ....................W Indiana (Pa.) ..................W Daemen ....................W Northern Michigan ..............L Lock Haven ..................L Fairmont State ......................W Slippery Rock ........................W Bentley ....................W Bryant ....................W Stony Brook ....................W New Haven ..................W Mercyhurst ..................W California (Pa.) ..................L Clarion ....................................W Indiana (Pa.) ..................W Millersville* ..................W Lock Haven* ....................W Lock Haven^ .................. W Univ. of Charleston^............W North Dakota State! ..........L

1999: 22-11

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

Northern State ......................W Rollins......................................W Tampa ......................................L Florida Southern....................L Lewis ......................................W Lake Superior State ..............W Grand Valley State ................L Clarion ....................................W New York Tech......................W West Va. Wesleyan................W Wisconsin-Parkside ..............L Lock Haven ............................L California(Pa.)........................W Gannon ....................................L Indiana(Pa.)............................W Mercyhurst ............................W Slippery Rock ........................W East Stroudsburg ..................W East Stroudsburg ..................W Clarion ....................................W Fairmont State ......................W West Va. Wesleyan................W Lock Haven ............................L Univ. of Charleston ..............W California(Pa.) ........................L Concordia ..............................W Juniata ......................................L Indiana(Pa.)............................W Slippery Rock ........................W

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

Millersville*............................W Lock Haven* ..........................L Lees-McRae^ ........................W Lock Haven^ ..........................L

2000: 20-8

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

Colorado Christian ..............W Minn.-Mankato ......................L Abilene Christian ..................L Minnesota-Mankato..............L Mercyhurst ............................W Juniata ......................................L West Va. Wesleyan................W Dowling ................................W Clarion ....................................W Gannon....................................W Lock Haven ............................L California(Pa.)........................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Slippery Rock ........................W New Haven............................W Queens (NY) ..........................W Clarion ....................................W Northern Kentucky ..............L Bellarmine ..............................W Lock Haven ..........................W Findlay ....................................W California(Pa.)........................W Fairmont State ......................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Slippery Rock ......................W Shippensburg* ......................W Lock Haven* ..........................L California(Pa.)^......................L

2001: 19-13

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

New York Tech......................W Barry ........................................L Seattle Pacific..........................L Florida Tech ............................L New Haven............................W Southern Indiana ..................L Dowling ..................................W Grand Valley State ................L Indiana(Pa.)............................W Mercyhurst ............................W California(Pa.)........................W Gannon....................................W Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock ........................W Juniata ......................................L California(Pa.)........................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Clarion ....................................W Northern Kentucky ..............L Wisconsin-Parkside ..............L Indiana(Pa.)............................W Mercyhurst ............................W Lock Haven ............................L Lees-McRae............................W Findlay ....................................L Slippery Rock ........................W Shippensburg ........................W California(Pa.) ........................L Clarion ....................................W East Stroudsburg* ................W Lock Haven* ..........................W Indiana(Pa.)^ ..........................L

2002: 26-9

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

New York Tech......................W Barry ........................................L Seattle Pacific..........................L Florida Tech ............................L New Haven............................W Southern Indiana ..................L Dowling ..................................W Grand Valley State ................L Indiana(Pa.)............................W Mercyhurst ............................W California(Pa.)........................W Gannon....................................W Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock ........................W Juniata ......................................L California(Pa.)........................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Clarion ....................................W

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

Northern Kentucky ..............L Wisconsin-Parkside ..............L Indiana(Pa.)............................W Mercyhurst ............................W Lock Haven ............................L Lees-McRae............................W Findlay ....................................L Slippery Rock ........................W Shippensburg ........................W California(Pa.) ........................L Clarion ....................................W East Stroudsburg* ................W Lock Haven* ..........................W Indiana(Pa.)^ ..........................L

2003: 26-12

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

Head Coach: Lynn Theehs

Tusculum ................................W Christian Brothers ................W Southern Indiana ..................L Alabama-Huntsville ............W Minnesota-Mankato..............L North Florida..........................L Tampa ......................................L Florida Southern ..................W Mercyhurst ............................W Juniata ......................................L Lees-McRae............................W Lake Superior State ..............W Ashland ..................................W Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock ........................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W West Chester ..........................W Kutztown................................W Shippensburg ........................W California(Pa.)........................W Clarion......................................L Cheyney..................................W East Stroudsburg ..................W Millersville..............................W Lock Haven............................W Northern Colorado ..............L Lees-McRae............................W Northern Kentucky ..............L Slippery Rock ........................W Findlay ....................................L Indiana(Pa.)............................W Gannon....................................W California(Pa.)........................W Clarion ....................................W West Chester* ........................W Lock Haven** ........................L Indiana(Pa.)^ ........................W Lock Haven^ ..........................L

2004: 13-19

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

Head Coach: Dale Flickinger

Lynn ........................................W North Florida..........................L Tampa ......................................L St. Leo’s ..................................W Carson-Newman ..................L West Virginia Wesleyan ......W Florida Southern....................L Gannon ....................................L Ashland....................................L Juniata ......................................L Northern Kentucky ..............L Slippery Rock ........................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Lock Haven ............................L Millersville..............................W Cheyney..................................W East Stroudsburg ..................W California(Pa.) ........................L Clarion......................................L Shippensburg ........................L West Chester ..........................W Kutztown ................................L Slippery Rock ........................L Mt. Olive ................................W Millersville..............................W Lees-McRae ............................L Indiana(Pa.) ............................L Findlay ....................................L Lock Haven ............................L Mercyhurst ............................W California(Pa.) ........................L Clarion ....................................W

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

2005: 26-16

Head Coach: Missy Soboleski

Valdosta State ........................L West Alabama........................W Wisconsin-Parkside..............W Rollins ......................................L Virginia Union ......................W Wayne State(MI) ....................L West Virginia Wesleyan ......W Ashland....................................L Gannon....................................W Northwood ............................L Bellarmine ..............................W Ferris State ..............................L California(Pa.) ........................L Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock ........................L West Chester ..........................W East Stroudsburg ..................L Shippensburg ........................L Clarion......................................L Lees-McRae............................W East Stroudsburg ..................W Virginia Union ......................W Shippensburg ........................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Cheyney..................................W Kutztown................................W Millersville..............................W California(Pa.) ........................L Mercy ......................................W Mount Olive ..........................W Dowling ..................................W St. Anselm ..............................W Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock ........................W Malone ....................................W Notre Dame(OH)..................W Clarion ....................................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Millersville*............................W Lock Haven* ..........................L Mount Olive^........................W Lees-McRae^ ..........................L

2006: 19-17

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

Head Coach: Missy Soboleski

Southern Indiana ..................L Lewis ........................................L West Georgia ..........................L West Florida............................L Hillsdale ..................................L Glenville State........................W Findlay ....................................L Wayne State(MI) ..................W Wheeling Jesuit ....................W Indiana(Pa.)............................W Malone ....................................W Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock ........................L Millersville..............................W Cheyney..................................W Kutztown................................W Clarion ....................................W Virginia Union ......................W Davis & Elkins ......................W West Virginia State ................L Alderson-Broaddus..............W California(Pa.) ........................L Gannon ....................................L Davis & Elkins ......................W East Stroudsburg ..................W Point Park ..............................W Geneva ....................................W Indiana(Pa.) ............................L Shippensburg ........................W West Chester ..........................W East Stroudsburg ..................L Lock Haven ............................L Slippery Rock..............................L Clarion ..........................................L Notre Dame(OH)......................W California(Pa.)..............................L

*PSAC Post-Season Tournament **PSAC Western Division Championships #EAIAW Regional Championships %AIAW National Championships ^NCAA D-II Atlantic Regional Championships

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

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Edinboro Volleyball 2007

All-Time Roster AAA

Becky Abercrombie, 197879 Erika Allen, 1991 Tanya Andrews, 1989

BBB

Laura Dolsak, 1989 Kristin Deezik, 1999

EEE

Jodi Ensman, 1989-91 Cassie Eriser, 1993

FFF

JJJ

Jackie James, 1985-86 Jeannine Jean Pierre, 1992 Lori Jenkins, 1984 Wendy Jenkins, 1983-86 Brenda Jones, 1987-90 Wendy Jones, 1976

Mandy Bambauer, 1995-98 Michelle Ferguson, 1993-94 Michelle Bator, 2001, 2003- Jill Fleming, 1986 KKK 04-05 Mallory Kam, 2005 Shirley Fletcher, 1974-75 Renee’ Kam, 2001-04 Shari Foltz, 1978 Mary Kelley, 1991 Shellie Forcucci, 1987 Jackie Klein, 1982 Alicia Knouff, 2002-03-04-05 Kim Korver, 1975-78 Tina Kowalski, 1997 Marian Krall, 1980 Lisa Krotzer, 1992-93 Samantha Kuehner, 2006 Prudence Kurtz, 1975-77 Natalie Kulak, 1979

LLL

Debbie Landrine, 1977-79 Julie Lang, 1990-91 Della Bayle ‘76-79 Cindy Lawrence, 1974 Pamela Leap, 1978 Michelle Ferguson ‘93-94 Lori Lee, 1978-80 Della Bayle, 1976-79 Debbie Lenox, 1985 Laura Beatty, 1990-92 Sonya Leonard, 1993-94 Christina Beck, 1987 Debbie Fox, 1975-77 Lori Lewis, 1980-83 Chris Beltshoover, 1982-83 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1997-99 Abby Linsted, 2001-03 Jenna Benkelman, 2004-06 Mandy Futchi, 1992 Kim Lobins, 1981-82 Tammy Bergmann, 1989-90 Jamie Luby, 1995-98 GGG Allie Biberich, 1995-98 Valerie Ludwigs, 2001-02 Mary Jo Bickford, 1974-75 Abby Galcik, 1999-00 Jane Gatto, 1974 MMM Denise Bollard, 1977-78 Wendy Gentile, 1982 Becky Malinowski, 1993-94 Janet Bowker, 1980-82 Abby Gillette, 1998-99 Erin McCleary, 1983-84 Patty Brady, 1986 Kathleen McCormick, 1989 Shelley Brandenburg, 1999 Kim Gissendaner, 1975 Julie Groves, 1974-77 Theresa McCosby, 1991 Jen Bravender, 1992 Melody Groves, 1978-81 Tracie McKinley, 1985 Susan Brown, 1977 Wendy Burling, 1974 HHH Stephanie Burner, 1999-02 Stacey Hameister, 2003 Gery Burbules, 1979-82 Sheila Hamilton, 1984-85 Jeannine Burbules, 1985-87 Sue Hanson, 1975 Robin Bunce, 1984-86 Molly Harrington, 1980-81 Becky Byers, 1995-98 Justyn Headley, 1998 Shelley Herzing, 1983-84 CCC Josie Carey, 1993 Karen Carlson, 1990-92 Missy Caro, 1982-83 Alissa Chutz, 2005-06 Carol Close, 1983-84 Nadine Cole, 1982-83 Pam Conley, 1987 Amy Medicus ‘00-03 Kim Conti, 1979 Ashley Cottengim, 2003-06 Gretchen Covert, 1978 Amy Medicus, 2000-03 Lora Cox, 1974 Lynne Meinert, 1989 Bobbi Cservak, 1974 Jan Merry, 1974 Connie Cservak, 1974-75 Marsha Miller, 1978-81 Dana Czerwonka, 1999 Janet Minzenberger, 1979 Kara Hopkins ‘89-91 DDD Yvette Moore, 1984 Beth Darcangelo, 1974-76 Terri Moran, 1984 Susan Davey, 1977 Chris Morris, 1985 Kara Hopkins, 1989-91 Laura Day, 1992 Patty Mount, 1983 Anna Hosey, 1974-75 Annah Debevc, 1995-97 Michelle Hubalek, 1992-95 Mandie Moyer, 1996-99 Kathie Delaney, 1986 Mary Mulligan, 1974 D. Hulings, 1979 Marissa DiLiberato, 2001-04 Katie Hummel, 2000-2003 Natalie Myers, 1996-99

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NNN

Jolene Nagel, 1979-82 Sharon Navoney, 1974-76 Jenna Newman, 2004-06 Sue Nichols, 1974 Tonya Nicholson, 1990-92 Cheryl Nuckson, 1974-75

Brittany Slauterbeck, 2006 Breanna Smith, 2004-06 Casey Smith, 1996-97 Erin Sneider, 2005

Melanie Skolny ‘90-94 Laura Beatty ‘90-92, (r), & Tonya Nicholson 90-’92 Kathy Nylik, 1989-92

PPP

Paula Parmeter, 1975-76 Kristen Perkins, 2004-06 Laura Perrine, 1975 J. Perry, 1979 Lori Pienta, 1996 Shelly Pilewski, 1982-85 Lisa Poeschl, 1997-00 Debbie Polkovitch, 1984 Cheryl Popatak, 1977 Cindy Popatak, 1979-81 Sue Provost, 1976

QQQ

Carmen Quatman, 1999-02 Katie Quatman, 1999-02

Wendy Sphon, 1975-76 Chrissy Steger, 2006 Emily Stevens, 1993-95 Mary Stickell, 1974-77 Pat Stucke, 1978, 80-81

TTT

Amy Tausch, 2004-05 Tiffany Trgovac, 2004-05 Rochelle Turner, 1980-83

VVV

Joy Verner, 1981

WWW

Shannon Walker, 2000 Patty Walters, 1976-77 Ashley Walton, 2000-03 Denise Webster, 1974 Rosie Weisenseel, 1992-96

RRR

Stephanie Radecki, 1993-96 Amy Rapelje, 1994 Jodi Raschiatore, 1981-82 Claudia Rech, 1998-00 Erin Riley, 1995-98 Erin Riley, 2001 Amelia Robinson, 2003-06 Terri Robinson, 1989 Sarah Roseto, 1997-00 Kim Ross, 1976 Debbie Rudenski, 1976 Amy Ryding, 1987

Rosie Weisenseel ‘92-96

Eileen Welch, 1983-85 Penny Wells, 1991 Anna Sabol, 1976-77 Becky Werling, 1986-87, 89 Sheri Sargent, 1993 Cathy Weidlein, 1976-77 Lori Schafer, 1993-96 Jodie Williams, 1995-98 Danee Schallmo, 1992-95 Olivia Williams, 2006 Ann Schantz, 1987 Terri Wilmore, 1980-81 Shannon Schirack, 1991 Kim Wilson, 2002-03 Helen Schmalzried, 1978-80 Kim Woods, 1977-78 Heather Schook, 1989 Rachel Wooten, 2004 Chris Schroeder, 1977-79 Lisa Woolstrum, 1985-86 Peggy Scott, 1978-79 Pam Woznicki, 1984-87 Erica Shaffer, 1996-99 YYY Jen Shaw, 2001-03 Diane Yesovitch, 1975 Melanie Skolny, 1990-94 Kira Young, 1986

SSS

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Gregor Gillespie became Edinboro’s third NCAA Division I National Champion in March, defeating Josh Churella of Michigan, 3-1 in overtime, to capture the 149 lb. national title. Gillespie was named the EWL and PSAC Wrestler of the Year after finishing the year with a 34-2 record.

Rachael Lanzel enjoyed an outstanding cross country season. The junior led the Fighting Scot women’s cross country team to a tenth place finish at Nationals. Individually, she placed fourth at Nationals, the highest finish by an Edinboro female runner in years. In addition, Lanzel captured the PSAC championship and was named the PSAC Women’s Runner of the Year.

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Edinboro Excels in 2006-07

s we embark on the 2007-08 academic year, it’s hard not to take a look back and marvel at the accomplishments of the 2006-07 Fighting Scots. Edinboro athletics enjoyed a banner year, both on the playing fields and in the classroom. Edinboro won a pair of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championships, in women’s cross country and wrestling, while no fewer than six teams made it to the NCAA Playoffs, or had individual representatives. It’s hard to know where to start, so we’ll go by season. The football team finished at 6-5 under firstyear coach Scott Browning, but linebacker Ben Stroup was named the PSAC West Defensive Player of the Year and quarterback Trevor Harris was chosen the PSAC West Rookie of the Year. Stroup would go on to be accorded first team AP Little All-America honors. Volleyball also had a major award winner, as Olivia Williams was named the PSAC West Rookie of the Year. But the fall belonged to the cross country teams. The women’s team featured a youthful lineup all year, while the men’s team was decimated by injury. Yet at the end of the year both qualified for Nationals, with the women’s team finishing tenth and the men’s squad 19th. Rachael Lanzel led the women’s team to its ninth straight PSAC title and won the individual crown. The junior would go on to earn All-American honors for the second time, finishing fourth at Nationals. Dave Niemira was an All-American on the men’s side. The wrestling team capped the winter season, although the wheelchair basketball team certainly gave the grapplers a run for their money. The Fighting Scot wrestlers finished in the top ten at the NCAA Division I wrestling championships for the second straight year, placing ninth. Three wrestlers earned All-American honors, led by Gregor Gillespie. The sophomore became Edinboro’s third national champion, winning the crown at 149 lbs. Alex Clemsen placed fourth at 184 lbs. and Deonte Penn repeated as an All-American at 165 lbs., finishing seventh. In addition to the PSAC title, Edinboro won its fifth straight EWL crown and ninth in ten years. The wheelchair basketball team hosted the 30th National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, and nearly came away with a national title. The Scots upset second-seeded Illinois in the semifinals, then put a scare into top-ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater before eventually losing, 7158. Jose Leep and Jason Matthews were accorded second team All-American honors, and Mike Looney

Alex Clemsen

Deonte Penn

Brooke Heath

was an Academic All-American. Brooke Heath continued her incredible career in the pool. The junior eraned three All-American certificates at Nationals, and is now an eight-time All-American in swimming. That takes us to the spring, where the softball team made its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Playoffs. Behind the left arm of Vanessa Rose, the Fighting Scots upset Kutztown and Shippensburg before finally being eliminated. The success was just as evident in the classroom. Edinboro’s annual Scholar- Athlete Banquet included 112 honorees. That means nearly forty percent of the total student-athlete population maintains a grade-point average of 3.00 or higher. Clemsen and Lanzel were also named to the PSAC Top Ten. Clemsen was voted to the winter team for the second straight year, while Lanzel earned a spot on the fall team.

Ben Stroup

Olivia Williams

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