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Table of Contents Media Information 2008 Schedule ......................................OBC Edinboro University Quick Facts ..............1 Edinboro University ................................32 Administration..........................................32 Athletic Department Directory ............IBC

The 2008 Fighting Scots 2008 Roster ............................................IFC Pronunciation Guide ..............................IFC Head Coach ................................................2 Assistant Coaches ......................................3 Season Preview ......................................4 5 Sam Kuehner..............................................6 Brittany Slauterbeck ..................................7 Chrissy Steger ............................................8 Olivia Williams ............................................9 Danielle Martzolf ......................................10 Maureen Tilert ..........................................11 Katie Wilkins..............................................12 Bree McMahon ........................................13 Gina Boothe ..............................................13 Justine Carrow..........................................14

Angela Groshner ......................................14 Taryn Jeffers..............................................15 Ellie Lininger ..............................................15 Megan Osysko ..........................................16 Ami Killinger ..............................................16

2007 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 Yearly Leaders ..........................................25 Radecki in Hall of Fame ..........................25 Honor Roll ................................................26 All Time vs. Opponents ..........................27 All Time Results ..................................28 31 All Time Roster ........................................32 Edinboro in the NCAA Playoffs ..............32

For more information Information on Fighting Scot athletics is available on the Internet by accessing Edinboro University s athletic website at www.gofightingscots.com. Results are available on the Fighting Scot Hotline by calling (814) 732 1837.

Edinboro Fast Facts Location: Edinboro, PA 16444 Enrollment: 7,700 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: 73 44, 3 years Career Record: 206 222, 13 years Office Phone: (814) 732 1831 Assistant Coach: Mike Shearer Office Phone: (814) 732 1832 Head Athletic Trainer: Gary Hanna 2007 Record: 28 11 PSAC Record/Finish: 6 4, 3rd West Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/3 First Year of Volleyball: 1971 All Time Record: 785 399 4 (.662) All Time NCAA Playoff Record: 12 10 Last Playoff Appearance: 2007 NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional defeated Slippery Rock in quarterfinals; defeated Clarion in semifinals; lost to California(Pa.) in finals.

Jenna Newman 2007 AVCA & Daktronics AllAmerican; PSAC W est Athlete of the Year Jenna Newman capped a brilliant career in 2007 as she became Edinboro s second AVCA All American, joining Ashley Walton. The 5 10 middle hitter earned honorable men tion AVCA All American accolades and was a third team Daktronics All American. In addi tion, she was recognized as the PSAC West Athlete of the Year. She earned a spot on the All PSAC West first team for the second straight year. While leading Edinboro to a 28 11 record and a berth in the Atlantic Regional championship match, Newman fell just shy of setting the school record for kills in a season, finishing with 616. That left her with 1,899 career kills, seven shy of Walton s school record of 1,906. Newman will serve as a stu dent assistant coach at Edinboro this season while completing work on her bachelor s degree injSpeech and Communications.

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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 2008 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 Gohrs Printing Service Inc. of Erie, Pa. Photography by Mike Gallagher, Bruce Bennett and Bob Wheeler. Cover design by Ronald Cox, Edinboro University Marketing and Publications Director. 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, pro grams 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 4th Year Gannon 93

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issy Soboleski was hired as head volleyball coach at Edinboro University 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 in her first season. Edinboro finished its first year under Soboleski s tutelage with a 26 16 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 quar terfinals, 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 quar terfinals, 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. This past year saw the Fighting Scots finish with a 28 11 record, the most wins since the 1998 edition also won 28 matches. Edinboro enjoyed a successful playoff run, reaching the PSAC Tournament semifi nals, then falling in the finals of the Atlantic Regional Championship. 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 16 15. 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 1995 98 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 qual ified 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 win ning tradition. We feel our program is in very good hands. Missy brings a great deal of energy and expe rience 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.

Missy Soboleski s Career Coaching Record Year

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Notes

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

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

21 8 6 18 7 11 19 21 16 6 26 19 28

14 22 21 16 23 20 16 8 15 23 16 17 11

.667 .267 .222 .529 .233 .355 .543 .724 .516 .261 .619 .528 .718

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GLIAC Playoffs

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

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Head Coach 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 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 (8) and twins Braeden and Abigale (5). While at Gannon she also served as the SWA/Assistant Athletic Director. Mark is a teacher in the Millcreek School District and serves as the head foot ball coach at McDowell High School.

Assistant Coaches

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ike Shearer is in his first season as the assistnat coach at Edinboro University, joining the program early this year. Since teaming with head coach Missy Soboleski he has proven an energetic and knowl edgeable assistant coach. Prior to coming to Ediinboro, Shearer served as a volunteer assistant coach at Villanova University. He helped the Wildcats to a 17 11 finish, good for third place in tghe Big East. That was the latest stop in a varied coaching and playing career. After a highly successful high school career, he played volleyball at Penn

State and West Chester. He started off in coaching in 2005 as the head coach of the 15s and assistant coach of the 14s and 17s for the Synergy Volleyball Club in King of Prussia, Pa. He also served as the assistant coach for the girls team and JV head coch for the boys team at North Penn(Pa.) High School in 2005. In 2006 Sherarer took over as the head girls volleyball coach at Hatboro Horsham(Pa.) High School. He led the team to a 19 5 record, winning the conference championship and finishing fifth at the PIAA Class AAA State Championships. Two of his players earned All State honors. He returned to North Penn High School in 2006, taking over as the head boys coach in 2006 and 07. The team went from a 5 13 record in 2006 to a 17 6 finish in 2007. The 2007 squad finished second in the con ference and earned a berth in the PIAA State Championships. Shearer was selected the conference Coach of the Year in 2007. Shearer earned his bachelor s degree in Adminstration of Justice from Pennsylvania State University in May 1997. He then went on to complete work on a degree in Teacher Certification in Health and Physical Education, along with a minor in Coaching, from West Chester University in May 2002. Shearer resides in Edinboro.

Jenna Benkelman

Jenna Newman

Student Assistant Coach

Student Assistant Coach

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2008 Season Preview W

ith seven veterans returning, including five players who saw considerable action a year ago, the Edinboro University volleyball team has a solid foundation. But it will likely be the impact of no fewer than eight newcomers that will ultimately signal how good the 2008 Fighting Scots will be. We always look to win the conference, pointed out fourth year head coach Missy Soboleski. A year ago, Edinboro fell just short, reach ing the semifinals before suffering a four game loss to California(Pa.). That loss halted a solid postseason run that saw the Fighting Scots reach the semifinals of the PSAC Playoffs before advancing to the finals of the Atlantic Regional. That left Edinboro with a final record of 28 11 and two NCAA Playoff appearances in Soboleski s first three seasons. It also rep resented the most wins since the 1998 team posted 28 wins. The Fighting Scots must replace three key members of last year s squad Jenna Benkelman, Breanna Smith, and All American Jenna Newman. All will be difficult to replace, but filling Newman s shoes will be particularly hard. She departed with 1,899 kills, ranking second all time at Edinboro. You never really replace anyone, related Soboleski. The team chemistry changes every year with what you lose and add to your ros ter. Newman, Jenna and Bre were aggressive, confident players who will be tough to replace. Throw in such a large number of newcomers and building team chemistry will no doubt hold the key to a return to postseason action. With this number of incoming freshmen, we must try to create and generate team chemistry, stressed Soboleski. If we compete hard and to the best of our ability, we ll be successfull. We ve added some athleticism and some height, she continued. I m excited to get them on the court and see how they all fit together. I have some ideas, but really we have to get them here. That s where the list of return ing veterans comes into play. For starters, there s Olivia Williams and Brittany Slauterbeck, who figure to start at middle hitter. Williams earned All Atlantic Region honors a year ago after being named the 2006 PSAC West Rookie of the Year. Then there s Brittany Slauterbeck Katie Wilkins, who

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made it two straight Rookie of the Year honorees for Edinboro after set ting a school record for assists as a freshman. She was also the lone freshman to earn All Region honors. Throw in Sam Kuehner and Maureen Tilert and the Fighting Scots have a solid foundation to build upon. Like Wilkins, Tilert was another freshman who played a huge role in 2007. Edinboro opens the 2008 campaign with two tournaments before beginning league play on September 9 against Indiana(Pa.). The Fighting Scots get underway in the Shepherd Ram Rumble on Friday, August 29 and Saturday, August 30. The following weekend they will compete in the University of Sciences Devils Classic. Following the league opener against We ve added some athleti IUP, Edinboro figures to cism and some height. I m receive its sternest test excited to get them on the of the season while par ticipating in the Central court and see how they all fit Missouri Challenge. The together. I have some ideas, Fighting Scots play Emporia State (27 9 in but really we have to get 2007) the first day, then them here. square off against Pittsburg State (28 9) Head coach Missy Soboleski and the host Jennies on the second day. Central Missouri was 31 7 a year ago. All three teams were participants in the South Central Regional. The Central Missouri Tournament will really test us, admitted Soboleski. That s why we re going. We want to get a good test before conference play. The PSAC West has a new look in 2008. The addition of Gannon and Mercyhurst to the Western Division shifts Lock Haven, a long time power in the PSAC, into the Eastern Division. The Fighting Scots will still have to contend with California(Pa.), the PSAC champion who was 35 4 and reached the Elite Eight, and a Clarion squad which was 28 6 last year.

Middle Hitters The Fighting Scots will have their hands full trying to replace All American Jenna Newman, who departed with the second most kills in school history. That being said, Soboleski knows that Edinboro has a pair of expe rienced middle hitters in juniors Brittany Slauterbeck (5 9 ) and Olivia Williams (5 9 ). They both bring a different flavor to the position. Brittany is our best blocker and our most explosive hitter, noted Soboleski. Olivia is so quick and athletic. She s a versatile player. I d put her up against anybody in the PSAC. Slauterbeck was third in the Scots in kills with 351 and ranked sec ond in total blocks with 90. Williams, meanwhile, was second in kills (430) and third in total blocks (88). She earned honorable mention AVCA All Atlantic Region honors after being named the PSAC West Rookie of the Year as a freshman. Junior Chrissy Steger (5 9 ) saw limited action a year ago, finishing with 14 kills and 10 service aces in 18 games. Chrissy has made strides and is a versatile player who could see time at middle hitter or oppo site, commented Soboleski. Slauterbeck could also see time at opposite if Gina Boothe is ready to step in immediately. A 6 1 freshman from Anderson High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, Boothe was a four year starter who was the FAVC Player of the Year as a senior in addition to earning first team all league

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2008 Season Preview honors her final three years. Gina plays high above the net, boasted Soboleski. We think she will contribute right away at middle hitter or outside hitter. She moves well and is very well trained.

Outside Hitters Soboleski figures to see a lot of competition at the outside hitter/ opposite positions. For starters, Samantha Kuehner saw considerable action as a sophomore, appearing in 137 games as an outside hitter/ defensive specialist. The 5 9 junior finished with 261 digs, third on the team, and 44 service aces. Sam s a two year starter who is a very focused and determined player, noted Soboleski. Danielle Martzolf is the other returnee. A 5 9 sophomore, she is a strong athlete who will compete for the O1 position. She saw limited action in 2007, appearing in 28 games with 20 kills and 16 digs. The recruiting class could make a huge impact. Freshman Ellie Lininger is considered on the leaders to play right away. The 5 11 out side hitter played at Fox Chapel (Pa.) High School. Noelle is an aggres sive player who is very athletic and a big blocker, related Soboleski. She will be a force at the net. Angela Groshner, a 5 8 freshman from nearby Maplewood (Pa.) High School, will compete for the O2 position, and could also be tried at libero. She helped lead the Tigers to the 2005 PIAA state championship, along with a runner up finish last year. She set school records for kills and service aces. Soboleski notes that Groshner possesses phenomenal ball control. She reads very well and moves well, Soboleski comment ed. She has great ball control. Another contender for immediate playing time is Bree McMahon, a transfer from Alfred State College. A 5 9 junior, McMahon was twice AVCA NJCAA Region III Player of the Year. She was accorded All American honors in 2007 and honorable mention All American acco lades as a freshman. Bree comes from a great high school program in Sweet Home, noted Soboleski. She s a tenacious player who is more of a defensive specialist but can swing. Freshman Justine Carrow will also compete for playing time as an opposite. Carrow is tall and thin at 6 1 , and is considered a big blocker. She played at Seneca Valley (Pa.) High School, and was a first team All Section and second team All WPIAL selection as a senior. She helped lead the Raiders to the Section 3 AAA championship. Ami Killinger will redshirt this season, and eventually vie for playing time at outside hitter or in the middle. She is a 5 10 freshman and played her high school volleyball at Exeter Township (Pa.) High School, where she earned All Berks County honors.

A concern a year ago prior to the season, the Fighting Scots now possess a pair of excellent setters with the addition of Megan Osysko. The 5 7 freshman from Independence(Oh.) High School could well afford the Fighting Scots the luxury of running a 6 2 set. Osysko was the District 2 Division III MVP and was also named the MVP of the Chagrin Valley Conference as a senior. We re looking to see what Megan can do, related Soboleski. We know she is a very solid setter who can set as well as provide us depth on defense. Maureen Tilert might only be 5 3 , but she proved a large pres ence as a freshman last season. She started at libero and finished with 538 digs, the fifth highest season total. That figure was also good for seventh in the PSAC in digs per game. Tilert also had 45 service aces. Mo is a ball of fire, Soboleski pointed out. She provides us with a great deal of energy. Tilert could well be pushed by Groshner, who provides the Fighting Scots with another player who excels in controlling the ball. Taryn Jeffers is yet another freshmen on the Edinboro roster. She is 5 6 and will look for time as a defensive specialist. Jeffers hails from Wooster (Oh.) High School, helping the Generals to two Ohio Final Four appearances. She was a second team All OCC choice.

Setters/Liberos A year ago Katie Wilkins came in as a true freshman and quickly took over as the starting setter. A position that traditionally has had outstanding performers in the past, Wilkins has a chance to rank up there with the best of the Edinboro setters. The 5 8 sophomore finished with a school record 1,769 assists, ranking second in the PSAC in assists per game and 25th nationally. She was also second on the team in service aces (60) and fourth in digs (246). Wilkins was named the PSAC West Rookie of the Year and was also a first team AVCA All Atlantic Region selection. Katie did a tremendous job running our offense as a freshman, stressed Soboleski. She s extremely competitive and has a great work ethic.

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Sam Kuehner Outside Hitter/Defensive Specialist 5-9 Junior Solon, OH/Solon HS

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strong defensive player who is a two year starter at outside hitter one of the top passers on the team, with outstanding ball control, and has very good touch ... a focused, determined 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 3.60 GPA as a Speech and Hearing major and Special Education minor.  2007: Appeared in 137 games, ending third on the team in digs with 261, while adding 44 service aces ... finished with a career high 10 service aces against Cheyney, tied for the second highest total in a three game match in school history ... had a career high 16 digs against Lincoln Memorial, adding 15 vs. Cedarville and Kutztown.  2006: Played in 114 games, finishing fourth on the team in digs with 159 also had 19 service aces had season high 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.

 Sam Kuehner s Career Highs 3 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 7 vs. Findlay, 9/2/06 .667 vs. Glenville State (2 0 3), 10/1/06 2 vs. Clarion, 10/26/06 16 vs. Lincoln Memorial, 9/8/07 10 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 1 vs. Millersville, 10/22/06; vs. Cheyney, 10/23/06

Kills: Attempts: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Digs: Service Aces: Block Assists:

 The Sam Kuehner File Birthdate: April 1, 1988 Birthplace: Solon, OH Parents: Kim and David Kuehner Nickname: Sam Major: Speech and Hearing Sciences Hobbies: Volleyball, reading, shopping,

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tening to music Favorite Book: The Time Traveler s Wife Favorite Music: Anything Favorite Musicians: Dave Matthews Band,

Tom Petty Favorite Movie: Shooter, The Departed Favorite Television Show: Lost, Eli Stone,

Grey s Anatomy Favorite Food:

Pasta, chocolate, mom s

pasta salad

nice touch on the ball. She will be one of the top passers on the team. She is a hard work er in the weight room and the classroom. We look for Sam to compete for an outside hitter position.

 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

Go to graduate school, obtain a doctorate in either Pathology or Audiology and eventually own my own practice.

Career Ambition:

 Sam Kuehner s Career Statistics Year

2006 2007 Career

MP-GP

K

E

TA

PCT. AST

35 114 38 137 73 251

13 4 17

18 9 27

59 30 89

.085 .167 .122

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BHE SA SE

RE

DIG

2 19 22 2 44 46 4 63 68

31 45 76

159 261 420

BS BA BE

0 0 0

2 0 2

0 0 0

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Brittany Slauterbeck Middle Hitter/Opposite 5-10 Junior Port Clinton, OH/Oak Harbor HS

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n exceptional athlete who is the team s best blocker and most explosive hitter a natural middle hitter, but may move to oppo site very agile player with quick feet ... another player with extensive club experi ence, playing for the Premier Club Team out of Maumee, Ohio for three years ... excellent student with 3.50 GPA as a Early Childhood Education major.  2007: Played in all 142 games, finishing third in kills with 351 and second in total blocks with 90 ... finished with 31 service aces and 106 digs ... had a career high 18 kills against West Chester, one of 18 games with double figures in kills ... had 17 kills against Kutztown ... had a .765 hitting percentage against Queens (14 kills in 17 attempts), the eighth highest total for a three game match ... matched her career high with 6 block assists against Lenoir Rhyne, and had a sea son high 9 digs vs. Wheeling Jesuit.  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 dou ble figure kills, including a season high 16 vs. East Stroudsburg added 13 against Lewis, and had 12 on four occasions fin ished 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 let ters ... was a two time MVP in volleyball for the Rockets and was also the MVP in basket ball 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 men

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 Brittany Slauterbeck Career Highs Kills: Attempts: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Digs: Service Aces: Block Solos: Block Assists:

18 vs. West Chester, 9/29/07 47 vs. West Florida, 8/26/06 .765 vs. Queens (14 1 17), 9/7/07 3 vs. Clarion, 11/16/07 11 vs. East Stroudsburg, 10/14/06 7 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 3 vs. Dowling, 8/31/07; vs. Davis & Elkins, 10/6/06 6 vs. Lenoir Rhyne, 9/8/07; Findlay, 9/2/06

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tion All Ohio choice as a senior, and a first team District 7 All Star as a senior and a sec ond team choice as a junior ... earned second team All SBC honors both years ... was a Sandusky Bay Conference All Academic hon oree in both sports all four years.  Coach Soboleski Comments: Brit has enjoyed two strong seasons 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 has kept that same philosophy here. We 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. She is a selfless player who will do whatever is best for the team.

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

friends, boat, listening to music Favorite Music: Any Favorite Musicial Group: Rascal Flatts, Carrie Underwood, Jordin Sparks Favorite Movie: How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Step Up, A Cinderella Story Favorite Television Show: One Tree Hill Favorite Food: Salad, chocolate, peanut butter, apples Career Ambition: Move to the beach, teach K 3 and coach.

 Brittany Slauterbeck s Career Statistics Year

2006 2007 Career

MP-GP

K

36 129 273 39 142 351 75 271 624

E

TA

147 791 163 910 310 1701

PCT. AST

.159 .207 .185

15 12 27

BHE SA SE

RE

DIG

BS BA BE

8 40 69 2 31 41 10 71 110

13 8 21

113 106 219

18 60 29 16 74 13 34 134 42

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Chrissy Steger Middle Hitter/Opposite 5-9 Junior W exford, PA/Pine-Richland HS

A versatile player who will compete for playing time at both middle hitter and opposite ... was much improved as a soph omore but has seen limited action in her first two seasons ... has worked hard in the weight room, as she is hitting the ball hard er and with much more consistency.  2007: Played in a total of 18 games, fin ishing with 14 kills, 10 service aces and 10 digs ... posted career high 8 kills in 15 attempts against Cheyney, adding 5 digs and 5 service aces, also a career high .. also saw extended playing time against Elizabeth City State, totaling a career high 16 attempts in three games.  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 Pine Richland 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.

 Chrissy Steger s Career Highs Kills: Attempts: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Service Aces: Digs:

8 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 16 vs. Elizabeth City State, 10/13/07 .556 vs. Cheyney (6 1 9), 9/23/06 1 vs. Daemen, 9/14/07 8 vs. Cheyney, 9/23/06 5 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07

 The Chrissy Steger File Birthdate: December 30, 1987 Birthplace: New Kensington, PA Parents: Debbie and Bob Steger Nickname: Chrissy, Stegs Major: Business, Marketing Hobbies: Volleyball, shopping, laughing,

working out, hanging out with friends a Shopaholic

Favorite Book: Chronicles of Favorite Music: All kinds Favorite Musicial Group:

All Time Low, Boys Like Girls Favorite Movie: Pirates of the Carribean Favorite Television Show: Grey s Anatomy, Greek, One Tree Hill Favorite Food: Perogies, chocolate and pasta Career Ambition: To own my own business.

 Coach

Soboleski Comments: Chrissy will see action this year on the right side. We will look to her for some leadership with such a big incoming class. She is a hard worker.

 Chrissy Steger s Career Statistics Year

2006 2007 Career

MP-GP

K

E

TA

PCT. AST

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8 14 22

1 7 8

11 38 49

.636 .184 .286

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BHE SA SE

0 0 0

8 10 18

3 3 6

RE

DIG

0 0 0

1 10 11

BS BA BE

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

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Olivia W illiams Middle Hitter 5-9 Junior Barberton, OH/Barberton HS

A phenomenal athlete who is the front runner to play in the middle ... a versatile player who can also play the outside ... con sidered by head coach Missy Soboleski as the quickest player in the PSAC ... posss eses outstanding jumping ability and is an explosive hitter.  2007: Did not suffer a sophomore slump after a strong rookie campiagn, earning honorable mention AVCA All Atlantic Region honors ... played in 139 games, fin ishing second in kills with 430 and third in total blocks with 88 ... ranked second in block solos (18) and third in block assists (70) ... had 23 games with 10 or more kills, including a season high 20 in the NCAA playoff win over Clarion ... added 18 kills against Wilmington(De.) and Kutztown, the latter coming in the PSAC Playoffs ... posted a career best 12 digs against Wilmington(De.) and Clarion.  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 vol leyball 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 sen ior, and in basketball was named the best rebounder ... honored by Akron Touchdown Club.

 Coach

Soboleski Comments: After being named the PSAC West Rookie of the Year in 2006 she picked up where she left off.

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 Olivia Williams s Career Highs Kills: Attempts: Hitting Pct.: Service Aces: Assists: Digs: Block Solos: Block Assists:

24 vs. Kutztown, 9/23/06 53 vs. Clarion, 11/16/07 .545 vs. East Stroudsburg (8 2 1), 9/28/07 3 on three occasions 3 vs. Glenville State, 9/1/06 12 vs. Clarion, 11/16/07; vs. Wilmington(De.), 8/31/07 3 vs. Clarion, 10/24/06 5 vs. Millersville, 9/22/06; vs. East Stroudsburg, 10/6/06

 The Olivia Williams File She came in as a raw freshman with an unbe lievable 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 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. With Jenna Newman gone, Olivia will be that go to play er at the net.

Birthdate: October 16, 1987 Birthplace: Barberton, OH Parents: Lisa and Alton Williams Nickname: O, Livi, Libby Major: Social Work Hobbies: Volleyball, travel, talk, shopping,

hanging with friends Favorite Book: Dhendiggers Daughters, Bible Favorite Music: Gospel and R&B Favorite Musicial Group: Day 26 Favorite Movie: Why Did I Get Married? Favorite Television Show: One Tree Hill Favorite Food: Lasagna Career Ambition: I want to someday become a social worker and move some where down south.

 Olivia Williams s Career Statistics Year

MP-GP

2006 2007 Career

36 126 345 38 139 430 74 265 775

K

E

TA

152 839 174 1041 326 1880

PCT. AST

.230 .246 .239

7 9 16

BHE SA SE

RE

DIG

6 14 30 1 9 18 7 23 48

5 2 7

73 78 151

BS BA BE

18 65 18 70 36 135

20 13 33

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Danielle Martzolf Outside Hitter 5-9 Sophomore Lancaster, NY/Lancaster HS

Talented athlete who is a powerful hitter and also a good blocker ... looks to com pete for the starting job at the O1 position ... saw limited playing time as a freshman, but has gained a great deal of experience as a club player, attending four Nationals and two Invitationals ... maintains a 3.39 GPA as a Health & Education (Teacher s Certification) major.  2007: Appered in 28 games, totaling 20 kills, 20 digs and 4 blocks ... had season high 7 kills and 5 digs against Cheyney, and also saw extended playing time vs. Shepherd, with 3 kills in 11 attempts.  High School: Played for head coach Sue Pernick at Lancaster High School ... a two year starter in volleyball, while also compet ing softball and basketball ... received the Bill Kling Award as the 2007 Outstanding Senior Female Athlete of the Year ... partici pated 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 jun ior and senior, and on the All Western New York coaches poll ... first team All ECIC her last two years.

 Danielle Martzolf s Career Highs Kills: Attempts: Hitting Pct.: Assists:

Service Aces: Digs: Block Solos: Block Assists:

7 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 14 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 .143 vs. District of Columbia (3 2 7), 10/13/07 1 vs. California(Pa.), 9/11/07; vs. Cedarville, 8/25/07 3 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 5 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 1 vs. Shepherd, 9/1/07 3 vs. California(Pa.), 9/11/07

 The Danielle Martzolf File Birthdate: March 29,1989 Birthplace: Lancaster, NY Parents: Tracy and Harold Martzolf Nickname: D, Big D Major: Health & Physical Education

(Teacher s Certification) Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, going on Facebook Favorite Book: Lovely Bones Favorite Music: Country Favorite Musicial Group: Keith Urban Favorite Movie: Crash Favorite Television Show: Reba, Still Standing Favorite Food: Mini wheats Career Ambition: Become a physical educa tion teacher in a middle school/high school setting.

 Coach Soboleski Comments: Dani has made steady progress this past spring. She s really starting to hit the ball well. We look for her to compete at the outside hitter and opposite.

 Danielle Martzolf s Career Statistics Year

MP-GP

K

E

TA

PCT. AST

2007

13 28

20

20

60

.000

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BHE SA SE

0

4

1

RE

DIG

3

16

BS BA BE

1

3

2

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Maureen Tilert Defensive Specialist/Libero 5-3 Sophomore Derby, NY/Lakeshore HS

D iminutive performer who was a highly touted recruit a year ago and did not disap point ... stepped in as the starter at libero and had one of the top digs totals in a sea son ... more than that, though, she provided tremendous enery and enthusiasm ... described by head coach Missy Soboleski as a ball of fire on the court ... possesses out standing ball control and does a great job of controlling the first contact ... another player with extensive club experience.  2007: Played in 123 games, finishing with 538 digs, the fifth highest season total ... ranked seventh in the PSAC in digs per game ... ranked fourth on the team in service aces (45) ... had 10 or more digs in 27 matches, with a season high 31 against Kutztown in the PSAC quarterfinals ... that figure is the third highest in school history for a five game match ... added 29 digs in an earlier match with Kutztown ... had a season high 4 service aces against Wheeling Jesuit and Shippensburg ... finished with 6 kills against Cheyney.  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 teams ... led Lakeshore to ECIC Division II championship her final three years.

 Maureen Tilert Career Highs Kills: Attempts: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Digs: Service Aces:

6 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 8 vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 .750 vs. Cheyney (6 0 8), 10/20/07 3 vs. Clarion, 11/16/07 31 vs. Kutztown, 11/9/07 4 vs. Wheeling Jesuit, 10/12/07; vs. Shippensburg, 9/29/07

 The Maureen Tilert File Birthdate: September 20, 1989 Birthplace: Derby, NY Parents: Susan and Joesph Tilert Nickname: Moe Major: Communications Hobbies: Wakeboarding, snowboarding,

Red Bull, loving life Favorite Book: Bible Favorite Music: Gangsta Rap Favorite Musicial Group: Bo Fo Sho Favorite Movie: The Boondock saints, Super Bad Favorite Television Show: Forensic Files Favorite Food: Pomegranates Career Ambition: Be employed

 Maureen Tilert s Career Statistics Year

MP-GP

K

E

TA

PCT. AST

2007

34 123

17

9

50

.160

23

BHE SA SE

RE

DIG

3 45 83

31

538

BS BA BE

0

0

0

Coach Soboleski Comments: Mo is com ing off a great 2007 season. She is such a major presence on the court for us. She is a hard worker and has that eye of the tiger attitude every coach looks for in a player.

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Katie W ilkins Setter 5-8 Sophomore Elkhart, IN/Elkhart Memorial HS

C

 Katie Wilkins s Career Highs Kills:

Attempts: Hitting Pct.: Service Aces: Assists: Digs: Block Solos: Block Assists:

10 vs. Lincoln Memorial, 9/8/07; vs. Lenoir Rhyne, 9/8/07 20 vs. Lenior Rhyne, 9/8/07 .667 vs. Lincoln Memorial (10 0 15), 9/8/07 4 on five occasions 65 vs. Wheeling Jesuit, 10/12/07 18 vs. West Chester, 9/1/07 1 vs. Kutztown, 11/9/07; vs. Lock Haven, 10/30/07 3 vs. Kutztown, 11/9/07

 The Katie Wilkins File Birthdate: February 20, 1989 Birthplace: Elkhart, IN Parents: Sue and Brian Wilkins Major: Elementary/Special Education Hobbies: Crafts, shopping, baking, napping Favorite Book: The Harry Potter Series Favorite Music: I ll listen to almost anything Favorite Musical Group: Jack Johnson,

Usher, Rascal Flatts, Jordin Sparks, Ryan Montbleau Band, Amos Lee, Lil Wayne Favorite Movie: Disney movies Favorite Television Show: What Not to Wear Favorite Food: Cereal Career Ambition: To be an Elemantary school teacher.

ame in as one of the top recruits of a strong 2007 recruiting class and proceeded to earn PSAC West Rookie of the Year hon ors ... extremely competitive player who did an outstanding job running Edinboro s offense as a freshman ... possesses a great work ethic ... an outstanding setter with a quick release ... very athletic performer ... has a 3.75 GPA as an Elementary/Special Education major.  2007: Earned PSAC West Rookie of the Year honors and was voted the AVCA Atlantic Region Freshman of the Year after a record breaking season ... was also a first team AVCA All Atlantic Region choice ... set school record for assists with 1,769, good for second in the PSAC ... one of two play ers to appear in all 142 games ... was fifth on the team with 164 kills, and her .313 kill percentage tied for the team lead ... ranked second in service aces (60) and 246 digs, good for fourth on the team ... had a sea son high 74 assists against Kutztown, the fourth highest total for a five game series ... added 65 assists against Wheeling Jesuit, with 63 twice, vs. Kutztown in PSAC quar terfinal match and against Lincoln Memorial ... had 10 kills, a season high, in back to back matches against Lenoir Rhyne and Lincoln Memorial, and high of 18 digs was against West Chester.  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 is returning to us after a fabulous freshman year. She was the PSAC and AVCA Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year, and the only freshman to earn All Region honors. She is a very competitive athlete who is very aggressive with the ball.

 Katie Wilkins Career Statistics Year

MP-GP

K

2007

39 142

164

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TA

PCT. AST

38 402

E

.313 1769

BHE SA SE

32 60

51

RE

DIG

7

246

BS BA BE

2

27

7

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Bree McMahon Outside Hitter/Defensive Specialist 5-7 Junior Tonawanda, NY/Sweet Home HS

Transfer from Alfred State Community College who joins the team with a very impressive resume ... also comes from a great Sweet Home High School program ... a tenacious player who is more of a defen sive specialist but can also swing.  At Alfred State: Was a two time NJCAA All American, the first volleyball player to do so, while helping the Lady Pioneers to a 69 9 record in two seasons ... earned first team All American honors in 2007, finishing with 435 kills, 467 digs and 76 aces ... ranked third in NJCAA in kills/game, tenth in digs/game, and 17th in hitting percentage ... Alfred State finished with a 36 6 record and finished fifth at the NJCAA National Championships ... was the Region III Player

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of the Year for the second straight year, and was a first team All Region and first team All WNYAC ... earned honorable men tion All American accolades in 2006 with the Lady Pioneers finishing at 33 3 ... was named the Alfred State 2007 08 Female Athlete of the Year.  High School: Former standout at Sweet Home High School, helping the Panthers to the Section 6 championship ... earned first team all conference honors and was an hon orable mention All Western New York choice ... also played basketball and softball.

 Coach

 The Bree McMahon File Birthdate: March 11, 1988 Birthplace: Buffalo, NY Parents: Paula and David McMahon Nickname: Bree Major: Business Hobbies: Sports Favorite Movie: Superbad Favorite Television Show: Seinfeld Favorite Food: Not picky

Soboleski Comments: Bree adds depth with experience to the outside hitter position. She comes off a very success ful junior college career, earning NJCAA All

Gina Boothe Outside Hitter/Middle Hitter 6-1 Freshman Cincinnati, OH/Anderson HS

D espite freshman status, is expected to contribute right away at middle hitter, or possibly outside hitter ... plays well above the net, is mobile and very well schooled.  High School: Played for coach Jeff Davis at Anderson High School, where she was a four year starter and the FAVC Player of the Year as a senior ... earned first team all league honors her final three years ... was a third team All City selection in 2006 and a second team choice in 2007 .. select ed to play in the 2007 Senior Showcase Game ... finished with 318 kills and 313 digs as a senior, along with 52 aces ... ranked fourth in the city in aces, fifth in kills, and eighth in digs ... Redskins won FAVC cham pionship ... also has extensive club experi

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ence while playing with the Tsunami Club Team the last two years and the Cincy Peppers prior to that ... also competed in track & field.

 Coach

Soboleski Comments: Gina adds not only depth to the outside hit ter position but some height. We look for her to push for playing time in the middle and on the outside.

 The Gina Boothe File Birthdate: May 30, 1990 Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH Parents: Stephanie Prasek and Michael Major: Anthropology Minor: Foreign Languages Hobbies: Volleyball Favorite Book: Atonement Favorite Music: Pop Favorite Musicial Group: Rage Against

Boothe

the

Machine Favorite Movie: Pride and Prejudice Favorite Television Show: The Office Favorite Food: Ravioli Career Ambition: Obtain a challenging

job

in the field of anthropology.

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Justine Carrow Opposite/Middle Hitter 6-0 Freshman Harmony,PA/Seneca Valley HS

E xpected to push for playing time as an  The Justine Carrow File Birthdate: October 31, 1989 Birthplace: Greensburg, PA Parents: Colette and Robert Carrow Nickname: Stine or J Major: Business marketing and Advertising Hobbies: Playing volleyball, hanging out

with friends, shopping, modeling, art, working Favorite Book: A Child Called It Favorite Music: Anything rap, chill, or country Favorite Musicial Group: Jack Johnson. Favorite Movie: The Notebook, How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days Favorite Television Show: The OC/Scrubs Favorite Food: french fries, perogies, and macaroni and cheese Career Ambition: Not sure yet ... probably somewhere in the advertising world.

opposite ... tall and thin performer who excels at blocking.  High School: Former standout at Seneca Valley High School, where she was a three year starter ... helped the Raiders win the WPIAL Section 3 AAA championship while earning first team All Section and second team All WPIAl honors ... had 144 kills and 93 blocks ... was a first team All Section choice as a junior, as well, along with earning third team All WPIAL accolades ... was a sec ond team All Section selection as a soph omore.

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 Coach Soboleski Comments: Justine will primarily swing in the right side. She adds size to that position as a hitter as well as a blocker.

Angela Groshner Outside Hitter/Defensive Specialist 5-9 Freshman Meadville, PA/Maplewood HS

Local product who possesses phenome  The Angela Groshner File Birthdate: March 12,1990 Birthplace: Meadville, PA Parents: Mary and David Groshner Major: Nursing Hobbies: Anything outside in the fresh

air, love watching movies Favorite Book: 1984, My Sister s Keeper, Where the Heart Is Favorite Music: Anything Favorite Musicial Group: Little Big Town Favorite Movie: The Guardian, P.S. I Love You Favorite Television Show: Reba, Grey s Anatomy Favorite Food: Pasta alfredo Career Ambition: Getting my nursing degree and working in a neonatology intensive care unit.

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nal ball control ... will compete for the O2 position, and could also be tried at libero ... reads the game very well.  High School: Enjoyed an outstanding career as a four year starter for coach Sheila Bancroft at Maplewood High School ... earned All State honors three times, and was named the Erie Times News District 10 Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... was also named to the Times News District 10 first team all star and all region teams her final three years ... finished her career with 1,459 kills, 272 service aces, and 249 blocks ... holds school records for kills and service aces ... led the Tigers to the 2005 PIAA

Class AA State Championship, and in 2007 they finished as the runnerup ... lost to top ranked Merion Mercy in four games in the 2007 Class AA final ... also a three year starter in softball.

 Coach Soboleski Comments: Angela is one of those athletes who has a natural ability to control the ball. She adds much needed depth in the OH2 position.

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Taryn Jeffers Defensive Specialist 5-6 Freshman W ooster, OH/Wooster HS

A nother of the highly regarded players in this year s recruiting class ... will look to earn playing time as a defensive specialist ... hard working player who brings hustle to the team.  High School: A former standout at Wooster High School, where she played for head coach Jennifer Snowbarger ... a two year starter and three year letterwinner in volleyball, and was a four year starter in softball ... the Generals won three straight league championships in volleyball, includ ing two Ohio state final four appearances ... Wooster was 66 14 during her three sea sons ... finished with 590 career kills ... earned second team All OCC honors as a junior and senior, and was a second team

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Daily Record All Star both years ... in soft ball, was a second team All OCC selection all four years and was also accorded sec ond team Daily Record All Star honors three times ... an honorable mention All District IV choice in 2006.

 Coach

Soboleski Comments: Taryn comes to us from Ohio and will be a defen sive specialist. She played for the Wooster Club Elite.

 The Taryn Jeffers File Birthdate: March 15, 1990 Birthplace: South Haven, MI Parents: Andrea and Chris Jeffers Nickname: T Major: Undeclared Hobbies: Hanging out with friends,

sports,

shopping Favorite Book: My Sister s Keeper Favorite Music: Just About Everything Favorite Movie: The Notebook and Mean

Girls Favorite Television Show: Grey s Anatomy Favorite Food: Italian and chocolate

Ellie Lininger Outside Hitter 5-11 Freshman Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel HS

O ne of the top players in a strong recruit ing class, and should see action immediate ly at outside hitter ... very athletic player who is an outstanding blocker and should be a force at the net ... aggressive player.  High School: Played for coach Kris Sciligano at Fox Chapel Area High School ... was a four year starter for the Foxes, earn ing third team All WPIAL honors in 2005 and 2006 and second team accolades last season. Coach Soboleski Comments: Ellie is from Pittsburgh and is an extremely talented athlete. She will make an immedi ate impact in our program at outside hitter.

 The Ellie Lininger File Birthdate: October 6, 1989 Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA Parents: Kathleen and Robert Lininger Nickname: Ellie Major: Health & Physical Education Hobbies: Volleyball, dancing, surfing and

shopping Favorite Book: The Notebook Favorite Music: Rap Favorite Music: OAR Favorite Movie: Anchor Man Favorite Television Show: The Hill Favorite Food: Pizza Career Ambition: To be a Health & Physical

Education teacher and a volleyball coach.

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Megan Osysko Setter 5-7 Freshman Independence, OH/Independence HS

P rovides the Fighting Scots with a pair  The Megan Osysko File Birthdate: September 9, 1990 Birthplace: Middleburg Heights, OH Parents: Maggie and Michael Osysko Nickname: Meg Major: Biology Hobbies: Shopping and watching movies Favorite Book: Sisterhood of the Traveling

Pants Favorite Music: Pop, country, hip hop Favorite Musicial Group: Carrie

Underwood Favorite Movie: 27 Dresses Favorite Television Show: The Hills Favorite Food: Italian Career Ambition: To become a physical

therapist.

of very solid setters ... athletic performer who could earn significant playing time ... also a strong defensive player.  High School: Was a three sport stand out at Independence High School, includ ing a three year starter in volleyball ... led the Blue Devils to the Chagrin Valley Conference Metro Division championship in 2005, 06 and 07, along with the District 2 Division III championship as a senior ... was named the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association MVP of District 2 Division III in 2007, and was named to the Associated Press All Northeast Lakes District 1 Team as a jun ior and senior and a second team selec tion as a sophomore ... also MVP of the Chagrin Valley Conference in 2007 ...

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earned first team All CVC Metro Division honors her final three seasons ... was also a standout in basketball and softball ... in basketball, led team to CVC Metro Division title in 2006 and 2007 ... was an honorable mention All Ohio selection in 2007 and named to Associated Press All Northeast Lakes District second team in 2007 and 08 ... in softball, team won CVC Metro Division championship in 2006 and 07 named to CVC Metro Division second team in 2006 and 2007 as a pitcher.

 Coach Soboleski Comments: Megan played for one of the top club pro grams in Ohio. She does a great job deliv ering the ball. She adds much needed depth at the setter position. I m really looking forward to working with her.

Ami Killinger Outside Hitter/Middle Hitter 5-10 Freshman Reading, PA/Exeter Township HS

E xpected to redshirt in 2008 ... will pro vide Edinboro with another candidate at either outside hitter or middle hitter in the future.  High School: Played at Exeter Township High School where she was a three year strter for the Eagles ... earned All Berks and All County honors, and was named to the District III All Star Team ... was named the team s MVP and Defensive Player of the Year.

 The Ami Killinger File Birthdate: February 23,1990 Birthplace: Reading, PA Parents: Amy and Jeff Killinger Major: Sociology Hobbies: Volleyball Favorite Book: Twilight Series Favorite Music: Alternative Favorite Musicial Group: Motion

City

Soundtrack Favorite Movie: Grease Favorite Television Show: Favorite Food: Stuffing

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ter/opposite who adds ball control to the position.

 Coach Soboleski Comments: Ami will redshirt this year. She is an outside hit

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2007 Final Statistics Final Record: 28-11 Attack Danielle Martzolf Samantha Kuehner Kaitlin Hartman Jenna Benkelman Katie Wilkins Breanna Smith Jenna Newman Olivia Williams Chrissy Steger Maureen Tilert Brittany Slauterbeck Team BORO TOTALS Date Aug. 24 Aug. 25 Aug. 31

G

K

K/G

28 137 32 139 142 139 139 139 18 123 142

20 4 11 160 164 338 616 430 14 17 351

0.71 0.03 0.34 1.15 1.15 2.43 4.43 3.09 0.78 0.14 2.47

142

2125

PSAC W est: 6-4 Set

E

TA

20 9 2 87 38 137 213 174 7 9 163

60 30 24 482 402 870 1287 1041 38 50 910

14.96 859

5194

Serve

Dig

A/G

S A S E SA/G R E DIG

D/G B S B A

.000 2 .167 10 .375 2 .151 40 .313 1769 .231 16 .313 10 .246 9 .184 1 .160 23 .207 12

0.07 0.07 0.06 0.29 12.46 0.12 0.07 0.06 0.06 0.19 0.08

4 44 4 72 60 75 42 9 10 45 31

0.57 1.91 1.22 2.36 1.73 1.18 1.00 0.56 0.56 4.37 0.75

.244 1894

13.34 396 436

Pct

A

1 46 3 63 51 63 64 18 3 83 41

0.14 0.32 0.12 0.52 0.42 0.54 0.30 0.06 0.56 0.37 0.22

3 45 1 37 7 21 8 2 0 31 8 3 2.79 166

16 261 39 328 246 164 139 78 10 538 106

1925 13.56

Opponent at. Indiana Southeast@ vs. Cedarville@ vs. Dowling% vs. Wilmington(DE)% vs. Shepherd% vs. West Chester%

Score W 30 L 13 L 23 W 30 W 30 L 13

Score-by-Game Record 30 12, 30 27, 30 27 10 21 30, 30 21, 28 30, 25 30 11 14 30, 30 22, 20 30, 31 29, 9 15 12 30 14, 30 26, 30 19 22 30 20, 30 22, 30 26 32 20 30, 31 33, 30 25, 23 30 33

vs. Lees McRae$

W 31

29 31, 30 26, 30 23, 30 22

43

Sept. 11 Sept. 14

vs. Queens(NC)$ vs. Lenoir Rhyne$ vs. Lincoln Memorial$ at California(Pa.)# at DAEMEN

W W W L W

30 32 31 03 30

30 17, 30 21, 30 24 25 30, 30 27, 26 30, 30 24, 15 10 22 30, 30 27, 30 23, 30 28 18 30, 22 30, 19 30 30 19, 30 23, 30 17

53 63 73 74 84

Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept.

SLIPPERY ROCK# INDIANA(PA)# at Malone FAIRMONT STATE

W W L W

30 30 13 30

30 24, 30 26, 30 22 30 12, 30 24, 30 25 25 30, 26 30, 30 21, 28 30 30 20, 30 16, 30 28

94 10 4 10 5 11 5

Oct. 2 Oct. 9

at Lock Haven# vs. East Stroudsburg vs. Shippensburg at West Chester CLARION# CALIFORNIA(PA)#

W W W W W L

32 30 32 31 31 03

25 30, 23 30, 30 19, 30 24, 15 8 30 16, 30 18, 30 26 28 30, 30 22, 23 30, 30 18, 16 14 30 28, 30 32, 30 23, 30 19 30 24, 30 17, 25 30, 30 20 22 30, 18 30, 25 30

12 5 13 5 14 5 15 5 16 5 16 6

Oct. 10

NOTRE DAME(OH)

W 30

30 23, 35 33, 30 22

17 6

Oct. 12 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Oct. 20

vs. Wheeling Jesuit& vs. Elizabeth City State& vs. District of Columbia& at Slippery Rock# vs. Millersville vs. Cheyney

W W W W W W

20 30, 23 30, 30 23, 32 30, 15 6 30 21, 30 23, 30 21 30 21, 30 25, 30 9 30 21, 30 27, 19 30, 30 19 30 16, 30 20, 30 24 30 6, 30 8, 30 9

18 6 19 6 20 6 21 6 22 6 23 6

Kills Leader Jenna Newman (16) Jenna Newman (18) Olivia Williams (15) Olivia Williams (18) Olivia Williams (12) Breanna Smith (15) Jenna Newman (15) Jenna Newman (13) Olivia Williams (13) Jenna Newman (23) Jenna Newman (26) Jenna Newman (20) Olivia Williams (8) Breanna Smith (12) Brittany Slauterbeck (12) Jenna Newman (20) Jenna Newman (20) Olivia Williams (17) Breanna Smith (11) Olivia Williams (11) Jenna Newman (24) Brittany Slauterbeck (11) Jenna Newman (21) Jenna Newman (23) Jenna Newman (20) Breanna Smith( 8) Brittany Slauterbeck (8) Jenna Newman (17) Olivia Williams (17) Jenna Newman (3) Olivia Williams (15) Olivia Williams (7) Jenna Newman (20) Jenna Newman (14) Kaitlin Hartman (10)

Oct. 23

vs. Kutztown at Indiana(Pa.)#

W 32 L 03

28 30, 30 26, 30 25, 28 30, 15 10 21 30, 26 30, 27 30

24 6 24 7

Jenna Newman (27) Jenna Newman (14)

LOCK HAVEN# at Gannon at Clarion# vs. Kutztown* vs. California(Pa.)* vs. Slippery Rock^ vs. Clarion^ at California(Pa.)^

W L L W L W W L

30 13, 30 23, 30 22 27 30, 30 28, 23 30, 29 31 22 30, 22 30, 18 30 30 32, 30 28, 30 27, 25 30, 15 9 17 30, 25 30, 30 28, 17 30 30 28, 30 27, 30 22 30 26, 30 20, 25 30, 31 29 21 30, 18 30, 15 30

25 7 25 8 25 9 26 9 26 10 27 10 28 10 28 11

Jenna Newman (11) Jenna Newman (22) Jenna Newman (13) Jenna Newman (31) Jenna Newman (18) Jenna Newman (15) Olivia Williams (20) Jenna Newman (13)

Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 8

15 18 19 22

Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Sept. 29

Oct. 30 Oct. 31 Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov. 17

32 30 30 31 30 30

30 13 03 32 13 30 31 03

# PSAC West match @ at Grace College Classic $ at Lees McRae Carolina Challenge & at Shippensburg Regional Tournament ^ at NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional at California, PA

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Blocking B/G

BE

BHE

1 3 0.14 0 0 0.00 1 0 0.03 2 33 0.25 2 27 0.20 5 50 0.40 32 102 0.96 18 70 0.63 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 16 74 0.63

2 0 0 5 7 10 7 13 0 0 13

0 2 1 2 32 3 8 1 0 3 2

77 359

57

54

1.81

Digs Leader Maureen Tilert Maureen Tilert Maureen Tilert Maureen Tilert Maureen Tilert Maureen Tilert

(13) (20) (15) (15) (17) (22)

Samantha Kuehner (10) Samantha Kuehner (7) Samantha Kuehner (13) Samantha Kuehner (16) Maureen Tilert (12) Jenna Benkelman (5) Maureen Tilert (14) Katie Wilkins (8) Maureen Tilert (12) Maureen Tilert (6) Maureen Tilert (20) Katie Wilkins (8) Maureen Tilert (23) Maureen Tilert (20) Maureen Tilert (18) Maureen Tilert (13) Breanna Smith (7) Maureen Tilert (22) Maureen Tilert (7) Maureen Tilert (7) Maureen Tilert (19) Maureen Tilert (18) Samantha Kuehner (7) Kaitlin Hartman (7) Maureen Tilert (29) Breanna Smith (9) Maureen Tilert (9) Maureen Tilert (18) Jenna Benkelman (11) Maureen Tilert (13) Maureen Tilert (31) Maureen Tilert (24) Maureen Tilert (13) Jenna Benkelman (22) Maureen Tilert (20)

% at Wilmington Wildcat Invitational * at PSAC Tournament at Shippensburg, PA

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Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  PSAC Overview

The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, with 57 years of organized compe tition, has evolved into one of the NCAA s largest and most heralded intercollegiate ath letic conferences. The 2008 09 academic year will be a ground breaking one for the PSAC, as the league will expand beyond its original 14 members for the first time since its official formation in 1951. New full time members Gannon University and Mercyhurst College, along with associate member Long Island University C.W. Post, expect to com plement the PSAC s already solid foundation. With 16 full time institutions, the PSAC shares distinction with the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference as the NCAA Division II s largest in terms of membership. League expansion has brought acclaim through postseason opportunities, as well. In 2008 09, the Conference will sponsor 23 championships, the most for leagues in Division II. Highly competitive on a regional and national level, PSAC schools annually combine to send nearly one third of its teams into NCAA postseason play. Ultimately, the membership s success has yielded 40 NCAA team and 218 indi vidual title winners. While proud of its athletic accomplish ments, the league also has evolved into one of Division II s finest from an academic stand point. Today, well over a quarter of the PSAC s estimated 5,300 participants are honored each year as Scholar Athletes for maintaining a grade point average of 3.25 or better a total that has nearly doubled since PSAC Scholar Athletes were first recognized in the mid 1990s. The PSAC was organized in 1951 for the pur pose of promoting and administering men s ath letic programs within the 14 state teachers col leges in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In 1977, due to the interest and growth of women s athletics, the conference was restructured to pro vide for women s programs. Upon its formation, the league did not have a standard competitive division. However, in 1980, the league voted to reclassi fy the entire conference to NCAA Division II. Although all 16 current institutions are mem bers of Division II, eight schools also compete at the Division I level in select sports. PSAC schools enroll over 117,000 students and claim over 661,000 alumni, including 430,000 who reside in Pennsylvania. The PSAC is governed by the presidents of the 16 member institutions. It employs a commissioner, two assistant commissioners and a director of media relations at its head quarters in Lock Haven, Pa.

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 2007

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 California(Pa.) def. Clarion, 3 0

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 3rd Floor Annex Building Lock Haven University Lock Haven, PA 17745 Commissioner: Steve Murray Phone: (570) 484 2512 smurray@lhup.edu Asst. Commissioner for External Relations: Will Adair Phone: (570) 484 2780 wadair@lhup.edu Asst. Commissioner for Internal Relations: Carlin Chesick Phone: (570) 484 2512 cchesick@lhup.edu Director of Media Relations: Matt Beltz Steve Murray Phone: (570) 484 2884

2007 PSAC Final Standings W estern Division Conference W L Pct. 10 0 1.000 7 3 .700 6 4 .600 3 7 .300 3 7 .300 1 9 .100

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

Overall W L 35 4 28 6 28 11 22 15 10 18 16 22

Pct. .921 .862 .718 .622 .357 .405

Eastern Division Conference W L Pct. Shippensburg 10 0 1.000 Kutztown 8 2 .800 West Chester 6 4 .600 Millersville 4 6 .400 East Stroudsburg 2 8 .200 Cheyney 0 10 .000

Overall W L Pct. 30 12 .750 28 10 .771 28 10 .757 15 20 .429 10 27 .243 0 18 .000

 PSAC Tournament at Shippensburg, PA Quarterfinals

Edinboro 3, Kutztown 2 Clarion 3, West Chester 1 California(Pa.) 3, Edinboro 1 Clarion 3, Shippensburg 1 California(Pa.) 3, Clarion 0

Semifinals Championship

 NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional at California, PA First Round

Edinboro 3, Slippery Rock 0 Clarion 3, Lees McRae 1 Kutztown 3, Shippensburg 2 California(Pa.) 3, Fayetteville St. 0 Edinboro 3, Clarion 1 California(Pa.) 3, Kutztown 0 California(Pa.) 3, Edinboro 0

Semifinals Championship

 NCAA Division II Elite Eight Quarterfinals

Concordia St. Paul 3, California(Pa.) 0

All-PSAC W estern Division First Team Katie Benick Stacey Borgia Renata da Silva Sarah Fries Jenna Newman Joanna Nist Amber Santavy Christina Steiner

California(Pa.) Lock Haven California(Pa.) Clarion Edinboro California(Pa.) California(Pa.) Clarion

OPP MB S OH/RS MH OH OH OH

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

Player of the Year: Jenna Newman, Edinboro Rookie of the Year: Katie Wilkins, Edinboro Coach of the Year: Melissa Myers, California

Second Team Jen Blasko Kristi Fiorillo Vicky Gentile Inga Kurgonaite Louise Schultz Anastasia Urbanik

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Slippery Rock Clarion Clarion Lock Haven Slippery Rock Slippery Rock

OH S L OH MB MB

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

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Edinboro Volleyball 2008

2007 PSAC S tatistics Team

Hitting Percentage Team

Kills

Errs

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

2146 1956 2125 1326 1697 1802 1883 1854 1436 1661 1429 155

741 672 859 485 619 646 700 752 735 890 698 474

Tot.

Pct.

5476 5072 5194 3626 4893 5304 5475 5286 4667 5163 5020 792

.257 .253 .244 .232 .220 .218 .216 .208 .150 .149 .146 .403

Kills Team

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

G

No.

K/G

142 131 115 151 133 135 100 143 134 119 131 54

2125 1956 1697 2146 1854 1802 1326 1883 1661 1429 1436 155

14.96 14.93 14.76 14.21 13.94 13.35 13.26 13.17 12.40 12.01 10.96 2.87

G

No.

A/G

115 131 142 143 151 135 133 134 100 119 131 54

1598 1795 1894 1768 1837 1594 1514 1486 1056 1223 1213 86

13.90 13.70 13.34 12.36 12.17 11.81 11.38 11.09 10.56 10.28 9.26 1.59

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

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

Team

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

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

Tot.

Blk/G

100 131 119 133 143 131 135 142 151 115 134 54

277.0 353.0 250.5 272.0 288.5 248.0 253.5 256.5 268.5 195.5 196.0 26.0

2.77 2.69 2.11 2.05 2.02 1.89 1.88 1.81 1.78 1.70 1.46 0.48

G

No.

D/G

135 133 131 143 115 119 134 131 151 142 100 54

2830 2743 2659 2854 2229 2115 2033 1802 2071 1925 1207 166

20.96 20.62 20.30 19.96 19.38 17.77 15.17 13.76 13.72 13.56 12.07 3.07

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

Kills

Tot.

Pct.

Erin Waters, KUTZ Jenna Newman, EDIN Stacey Borgia, LHU Kali Antolik, SHIP Louise Schultz, SRU Megan Menzer, CAL Kristen Decker, WCU Tamara Hinic, CAL Michelle Powers, WCU Joanna Nist, CAL

415 616 265 435 365 186 499 197 345 500

975 1287 601 959 851 439 1282 489 843 1183

.350 .313 .303 .300 .294 .287 .285 .282 .280 .279

Kills

G

No.

SA/G

119 142 131 100 151 134 135 133 143 115 131 54

362 396 341 251 360 318 313 275 295 227 237 23

3.04 2.79 2.60 2.51 2.38 2.37 2.32 2.07 2.06 1.97 1.81 0.43

(Minimum 2.00 per game) Player

Jenna Newman, EDIN Christina Steiner, CLAR Joanna Nist, CAL Sarah Fries, CLAR Kristen Decker, WCU Inga Kurgonaite, LHU Amber Santavy, CAL Brittany Roche, SHIP Jen Blasko, SRU Katie Benick, CAL

G

No.

K/G

139 111 122 109 127 88 114 136 131 114

616 476 500 430 499 337 388 455 429 362

4.43 4.29 4.10 3.94 3.93 3.83 3.40 3.35 3.27 3.18

Assists Edinboro Volleyball 2008

Player

Kristi Fiorillo, CLAR Katie Wilkins, EDIN Renata da Silva, CAL Austin Kinney, KUTZ Lisa Yeasted, WCU Maureen DuVall, SHIP Emily McCombie, IUP Meredith Sinback, MILL Rabiana Gomez, LHU Amy Casteel, ESU

G

No.

A/G

112 142 126 107 110 142 102 121 97 93

1421 1769 1560 1203 116 1420 913 1033 808 722

12.69 12.46 12.38 11.24 10.60 10.00 8.95 8.54 8.33 7.76

Service Aces (Minimum 0.10/game) Player

Individual Statistics

Service Aces Team

G

Digs

Assists Team

(Minimum 5.00 per game)

Blocks

Team Statistics

Meredith Sinback, MILL Fabiana Gomez, LHU Laura Navin, MILL Breanna Smith, EDIN Anastasia Urbanik, SRU Colleen Toomey, SHIP Jenna Benkelman, EDIN Sarah Fries, CLAR Jacqueline Vivanco, WCU Tessa Siewert, IUP

G

No.

SA/G

121 97 92 139 130 144 139 109 127 125

110 65 51 75 70 75 72 54 59 56

0.91 0.67 0.55 0.54 0.54 0.52 0.52 0.50 0.46 0.45

Blocks (Minimum 1.0 per game) Player

G

Megan Menzer, CAL Tamara Hinic, CAL Stacey Borgia, LHU Caitlin Kuhn, ESU Rachel Beneski, MILL Erin Waters, KUTZ

Tot. Blk/G

116 119 103 96 111 131

140.0 138.0 112.0 103.0 117.0 131.0

1.21 1.16 1.09 1.07 1.05 1.00

Digs (Minimum 1.00 per game) Player

G

Nicole Biuso, KUTZ Vicky Gentile, CLAR Jacqueline Vivanco, WCU Marta Hodge, CAL Emily Pany, IUP Jen Blasko, SRU Maureen Tilert, EDIN Kristen Decker, WCU Laura Navin, MILL Amber Santavy, CAL

137 112 127 126 131 131 123 127 92 114

No.

D/G

867 704 696 681 703 586 538 552 393 476

6.33 6.29 5.48 5.40 5.37 4.47 4.37 4.35 4.27 4.18

Jenna Newman

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

1,000 Kills Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Ashley Walton (2000 03) Jenna Newman (2004 07) Amy Mediucus (2000 03) Becky Byers (1995 98) Stephanie Radecki (1994 96) Mandie Moyer (1996 99) Michelle Hubalek (1993 95) Breanna Smith (2004 07) Jodie Williams (1995 98) Erica Shaffer (1996 99)

1906 1899 1253 1206 1197 1110 1040 1032 1032 1028

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

Mandy Bambauer (1995 98) ................480 Ashley Walton (2000 03) ......................466 Breanna Smith (2004 07) ......................458 Mandie Moyer (1996 99) ......................457 Stephanie Burner (1999 2002)..............455 Jenna Benkelman (2004 07) ................446 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

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

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 07) .................. .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

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

Jenna Newman (2004 07) ..................4016 Ashley Walton (2000 03) ....................3705 Amy Medicus (2000 03) ......................3434 Becky Byers (1995 98) ........................3038 Breanna Smith (2004 07) ....................2870 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

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

Ashley Walton (2000 03) ....................1906 Jenna Newman (2004 07) ..................1899 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 Breanna Smith (2004 07) ....................1032 Jodie Williams (1995 98) ......................1032 Erica Shaffer (1996 99) ........................1028

To ta l Attempts

Kills

10.

K i l l 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 4. Stephanie Radecki (1994 96)................3.22 5. Jen Shaw (2001 03) ................................3.21

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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

Dig Average Jodie Williams

Becky Byers 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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 Katie Wilkins (2007 present) ..............1769 Claudia Rech (1998 2000) ....................1542 Annah Debevc (1995 97)........................245 Katie Quatman (1999 2002) ..................189 Erica Shaffer (1996 99) ..........................149

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

minimum of 500 digs Maureen Tilert (2007 present)............4.37 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

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

Ashley Walton (2000 03) ........................90 Jenna Newman (2004 07) ......................88 Mandie Moyer (1996 99) ........................82 Alicia Knouff (2002 05) ............................70 Erica Shaffer (1996 99) ............................53 Michelle Hubalek (1993 95) ....................65 Stephanie Radecki (1994 96) ..................42 Katie Hummel (2000 03)..........................37 Olivia Williams (2006 present)................36 Brittany Slauterbeck (2006 present) ....34

Assists

Block Solos

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

minimum 1,000 assists Renee Kam (2001 04) ..........................12.84 Katie Wilkins (2007 present) ............12.46 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

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

Jenna Benkelman (2004 07) ................169 Jenna Newman (2004 07)......................157 Amelia Robinson (2003 2006) ..............153 Becky Byers (1995 98) ............................150 Breanna Smith (2004 07) ......................143 Stephanie Radecki (1994 96) ................142 Mandy Bambauer (1995 98)..................135 Lisa Poeschl (1997 2000) ........................135 9. Jodie Williams (1995 98) ........................134 10. Rosie Weisenseel (1994, 1996) ..............125

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

minimum 50 aces Rosie Weisenseel (1994, 1996) .......... .492 Amelia Robinson (2003 2006)............ .401 Michelle Hubalek (1993 95)................ .386 Stephanie Radecki (1994 96) ............ .382 Lisa Poeschl (1997 2000) .................... .368 Katie Quatman (1999 2002) .............. .366 Abby Galcik (1998 2000) .................... .365 Jodie Williams (1995 98) .................... .360 Becky Byers (1995 98) ........................ .348 Lori Schafer (1994 96) ........................ .336

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

Block Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mandie Moyer (1996 99) ......................458 Erica Shaffer (1996 99) ..........................394 Jenna Newman (2004 07) ....................379 Ashley Walton (2000 03)........................313 Alicia Knouff (2002 05) ..........................253 Mandy Bambauer (1995 98)..................253 7. Katie Hummel (2000 03) ...................... 234 8. Lori Schafer (1994 96) ............................175 9. Michelle Hubalek (1993 95) ..................160 10. Jennifer Fuhrman (1997 99) ..................147

To tal Blocks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mandie Moyer (1996 99) ......................540 Jenna Newman (2004 present) ..........467 Erica Shaffer (1996 99) ..........................447 Ashley Walton (2000 03) ......................403 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

Block Average 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

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Season Records Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10. 12.

17. 18. 19. 20.

Michelle Bator, 2005 ..............................154 Alicia Knouff, 2005..................................153 Ashley Cottengim, 2005 ........................152 Tiffany Trgovac, 2005............................149 Jenna Newman, 2005............................146 Amelia Robinson, 2005..........................145 Brittany Slauterbeck, 2007....................142 Katie Wilkins, 2007 ................................142 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996..........................142 Lori Pienta, 1996 ....................................140 Lori Schafer, 1996 ..................................140 Jenna Benkelman, 2007 ........................139 Jenna Newman, 2007 ............................139 Breanna Smith, 2007..............................139 Olivia Williams, 2007 ..............................139 Jamie Luby, 1997 ....................................139 Stephanie Radecki, 1996 ......................138 Samantha Kuehner, 2007 ......................137 Mandy Bambauer, 1996 ........................135 Marissa DeLiberato, 2003......................133

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14.

Ashley Walton, 2003 ............................634 Jenna Newman, 2007............................616 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 Olivia Williams, 2007..............................430 Amy Medicus, 2001................................430 Melanie Skolny, 1994 ............................424 Jodie Williams, 1997 ..............................423 Ashley Walton, 2001 ..............................414

To ta l Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Jenna Newman, 2007 ..........................1287 Stephanie Radecki, 1996......................1242 Ashley Walton, 2003 ............................1182 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ................................1116 Amy Medicus, 2003 ............................1095 Amy Medicus, 2001 ..............................1074 Olivia Williams, 2007 ............................1041 Jodi Williams, 1997 ..............................1022 Jenna Newman, 2005 ..........................985 Stephanie Radecki, 1995 ......................984 Lori Schafer, 1996..................................946 Jodie Williams, 1998 ..............................935 Breanna Smith, 2004 ............................919 Brittany Slauterbeck, 2007....................910

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

minimum 300 attempts Ashley Walton, 2003............................ .431 Michelle Hubalek, 1995 ...................... .420 Mandie Moyer, 1998 .......................... .409 Lori Schafer, 1995................................ .402 Ashley Walton, 2002 .......................... .398 Mandie Moyer, 1999 .......................... .386 Ashley Walton, 2000 .......................... .365 Michelle Ferguson, 1994 .................... .359 Ashley Walton, 2001............................ .355 Jenna Newman, 2006 ........................ .353

1. 2.

Ashley Walton, 2003 ............................4.80 Jenna Newman, 2007 ..........................4.43

K i l l Average

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

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

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

Katie Wilkins, 2007 ..............................1769 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 Katie Wilkins, 2007..............................12.46 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

1. 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 Maureen Tilert, 2007 ............................538 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996 ........................481 Amy Medicus, 2001................................467 Jen Shaw, 2003......................................465 Jodie Williams, 1997 ..............................455 Marissa DeLiberato, 2003 ....................446

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

Marissa DeLiberato, 2004....................5.44 Stephanie Burner, 2001........................4.75 Stephanie Burner, 2002 ......................4.58 Maureen Tilert, 2007............................4.37 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

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

Amelia Robinson, 2005 ..........................93 Breanna Smith, 2007................................75 Rosie Weisenseel, 1996 ..........................74 Jenna Benkelman, 2007 ..........................72 Katie Hummel, 2003................................65 Stephanie Radecki, 1996 ........................61 Katie Wilkins, 2007 ..................................60 Lori Schafer, 1996 ....................................56 Jenna Benkelman, 2006..........................55

Assist Average

Digs

Digs Average

Service Aces

10.

Breanna Smith, 2006 ..............................54

1. 2. 3.

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Ashley Cottengim, 2005 ......................0.64 Breanna Smith, 2006............................0.59 Breanna Smith, 2007............................0.54 Lisa Poeschl, 1999 ................................0.54 Jenna Benkelman, 2007 ......................0.52 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 Katie Wilkins, 2007 ..............................0.42

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 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 Jenna Newman, 2007 ............................134 Katie Hummel, 2003 ..............................124

1. 2. 3. 4.

10.

Michelle Hubalek, 1995 ..........................50 Melanie Skolny, 1994 ..............................34 Alicia Knouff, 2005 ..................................30 Jenna Newman, 2007..............................32 Sonya Leonard, 1994 ..............................32 Mandie Moyer, 1998................................27 Ashley Walton, 2001 ................................26 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1999 ..........................25 Erica Shaffer, 1998 ..................................25 Alicia Knouff, 2004 ..................................24

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 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 Jenna Newman, 2007 ............................102 Mandy Bambauer, 1996 ........................100

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

Ace Average

5. 7.

To tal Blocks

Block Solos

6. 7. 8.

Block Assists

Block Average

10.

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Match Records K i l l Attempts 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 45 Jenna Newman vs. California(Pa.), 11/17/07 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 54 Jenna Newman vs. California(Pa.), 11/9/07 53 Olivia Williams vs. Clarion, 11/16/07 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 Olivia Williams vs. California(Pa.), 11/9/07 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

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

.676

5 Games

.542

31 Jenna Newman vs. Kutztown, 11/9/07 31 Ashley Walton vs. Northern Colorado, 10/17/03 31 Amy Medicus vs. California(Pa.), 9/8/01 30 Jenna Newman vs. Wheeling Jesuit, 10/12/07 29 Katie Hummel vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/9/01 29 Stephanie Radecki vs. Lock Haven, 11/16/96 27 Jenna Newman vs. Kutztown, 10/20/07 27 Ashley Walton vs. Florida Southern, 9/6/03 27 Becky Byers vs. Mercyhurst, 9/19/96 26 Jenna Newman vs. Lenoir Rhyne, 9/8/07 26 Amy Tausch vs. Lees McRae, 10/16/04 26 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 11/15/03

5 Games

67 Stephanie Radecki vs. Lock Haven, 11/16/96 63 Ashley Walton vs. Lock Haven, 11/15/03 62 Jenna Newman vs. Kutztown, 11/9/07 60 Stephanie Burner vs. California(Pa.), 9/25/01 59 Stephanie Radecki vs. Lock Haven, 11/22/96 58 Jenna Newman vs. Lenoir Rhyne, 9/8/07 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

Kills 3 Games

27 Stephanie Radecki vs. East Stroudsburg, 11/10/95 23 Jenna Newman vs. Queens, 9/7/07 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. Indiana(Pa.), 9/18/07 20 Jenna Newman vs. Slippery Rock, 9/15/07 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 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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Hitting Percentage (minimum 12 attempts) 3 Games

.917 .846 .824 .824 .824 .786 .778 .765 .760 .750

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 Brittany Slauterbeck vs. Queens(NC), (14 1 17), 9/7/07 Jenna Newman vs. West Chester (20 1 25), 10/14/06 Jenna Newman vs. Geneva (17 2 20), 10/7/06

4 Games

.812 .800 .792 .700 .686 .684 .682 .682

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

.667

Ashley Walton vs. Clarion (24 1 34), 10/7/03 Katie Wilkins vs. Lincoln Memorial, (10 0 15), 9/8/07

5 Games

.667 .593 .579 .578

.539 .536 .527 .524 .514

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

Assists 3 Games

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 51 Katie Wilkins vs. Slippery Rock, 9/15/07 50 Katie Wilkins vs. Queens(NC), 9/7/07 50 Katie Wilkins vs. Indiana SE, 8/24/07 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

5 Games

81 80 79 74 73 71 70 68 67 67

Renee Kam vs. California(Pa.), 9/8/01 Renee Kam vs. Indiana(Pa.), 10/9/01 Lisa Poeschl vs. Gannon, 9/13/00 Katie Wilkins vs. Kutztown, 10/20/07 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 Claudia Rech vs. California(Pa.), 10/26/99 Rosie Weisenseel vs. Slippery Rock, 10/18/94

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Match Records Digs 3 Games

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

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 16 tied with three solo blocks (last: Brittany Slauterbeck vs. Dowling, 8/31/07)

Block Assists

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 Maureen Tilert vs. Kutztown, 11/9/07 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 Jenna Newman vs. Elizabeth City State, 10/13/07 3 Brittany Slauterbeck vs. Davis & Elkins, 10/6/06 3 Ashley Cottengim vs. West Chester, 10/9/04

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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 Jenna Newman vs. Clarion, 10/2/07 7 Jenna Newman vs. West Chester, 9/29/07 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 St., 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

To tal 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 St., 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 eight tied with nine total blocks (last: Jenna Newman vs. Lenoir Rhyne, 9/8/07

Service Aces 3 Games

14 10 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

Amelia Robinson vs. Cheyney, 10/7/05 Samantha Kuehner vs. Cheyney, 10/20/07 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 Jenna Benkelman vs. Elizabeth City State, 10/13/07 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 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

W

L T Pct. unavailable Nancy Acker 10 3 0 .769 Dr. unavailable Dr. Patrick McLane 17 6 0 .739 Dr. 22 4 0 .846 Dr. 25 4 0 .862 Dr. 28 9 0 .757 Dr. 19 9 1 .672 Dr. 18 11 1 .617 37 9 0 .804 Dr. 30 13 1 .693 Dr. 31 10 1 .750 Dr. 9 23 0 .281 Dr. 16 20 0 .444 Dr. 16 23 0 .410 Dr. 15 18 0 .395 22 12 0 .647 27 11 0 .711 29 11 0 .725 33 4 0 .892 29 5 0 .853 25 5 0 .833 15 15 0 .500 27 5 0 .844

Coach Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Dennis Patton Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Patrick McLane Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Glen Conley Lynn Theehs

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

W L 14 19 28 13 26 12 28 9 22 11 20 8 19 13 26 9 26 12 13 19 26 16 19 17 28 11 785 398

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

Pct. .424 .683 .684 .757 .667 .714 .593 .743 .684 .406 .619 .528 .718 .663

Coach Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Lynn Theehs Dale Flickinger Missy Soboleski Missy Soboleski Missy Soboleski 7 Head Coaches

W in-Loss Percentage by Coach Coach

L

T

Pct.

Glen Conley Lynn Theehs Patrick McLane* Missy Soboleski Dennis Patton Dale Flickinger Nancy Acker*

Yrs.

8 10 12 3 1 1 1

195 81 236 111 260 144 73 44 18 11 13 19 unavailable

W

0 0 3 0 1 0

.707 .680 .643 .624 .617 .406

Total

36

757

4

.661

388

*Records for 1971 & 1973 season unavailable

Dr. Patrick McLane

Glen Conley

(1972 78, 80 85)

(1986 93)

Lynn Theehs (1994 2003)

Season Records  Team Records 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

2002 2003 2000 2003 2000 2003 2000 1996 2001 1995 1998 1997 2007 2007

.295 5268 43.10 2193 16.63 1975 15.55 2747 20.99 102 567 3.9 396 2.8

 Miscellaneous Records Matches Winning Streak

Consecutive Home Wins Consecutive Winning Seasons Wins in a Season Losses in a Season Longest PSAC Winning Streak Longest PSAC Losing Streak Wins Versus PSAC Opponents

39 (2007) 12 (1994, 2002) 14 (1995,96) 10 (1971 82) 33 (1990) 23 (1983,85) 12 (1994 95) 2 (1999, 2004, 2007) 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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Yearly Leaders Kills 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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 Jenna Newman ............................616

Hitting Percentage 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Michelle Ferguson .................... .359 Michelle Hubalek ...................... .420 Stephanie Radecki .................... .268 Mandie Moyer............................ .335 Mandie Moyer .......................... .409 Mandie Moyer .......................... .386 Ashley Walton............................ .365 Ashley Walton ............................ .355 Ashley Walton............................ .398 Ashley Walton ............................ .431 Renee Kam ................................ .404 Ashley Cottengim...................... .390 Jenna Newman.......................... .353 Jenna Newman.......................... .313 Katie Wilkins................................ .313

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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

Assists

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Renee Kam ..................................1647 Renee Kam....................................762 Ashley Cottengim ......................1290 Ashley Cottengim ......................1269 Katie Wilkins................................1769

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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 Jenna Newman ..............................32

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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 Jenna Newman..........................102

1994 1995 1996

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

Block Solos

Block Assists

To tal Blocks

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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 Jenna Newman ............................134

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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 Maureen Tilert..............................538

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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 Breanna Smith ................................75

Digs

Service Aces

Radecki Inducted into Hall of Fame Stephanie Radecki ( 97) starred as a member of the Edinboro volleyball team from 1993 96, and was the 1997 Nancy Acker Award winner. In April 2008 she was one of ten individuals inducted into the Edinboro University Athletic Hall of Fame. Edinboro made two appearances in the Elite Eight in her four seasons, capturing the Atlantic Region title in 1994 and again in 1996. A native of Meadville, PA, she ranks among Edinboro s career leaders in a number of categories. She captured a number of honors during her career. She was a first team All PSAC West selection in 1995 and 1996. In 1996, she was voted the PSAC West Athlete of the Year after leading the Fighting scots to a 28 13 record. She also earned All Atlantic Region honors in 1995 and 96. After serving as an assistant coach at Edinboro for a sea son, she moved to North Alabama as a graduate assistant coach in 1998. That was the beginning of a very successful coaching career. Radecki spent one season as the head coach at St. Leo, and completed her fourth season as the head coach at North Alabama in the fall. During that period her teams have compiled a 115 30 record. She won Gulf Coast Conference championships in each of her first three seasons, along with guiding the Lions to the 2006 NCAA South Central Region title and a berth in the National Championship match. She was named the GSC East Division Coach of the Year and AVCA Regional Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2006.

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Stephanie Radecki (middle) receives her Hall of Fame plaque from President Dr. Jeremy Brown (right) and Director of Athletics Bruce Baumgartner (left).

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The Honor Roll AV C A All-American Ashley Walton-- Third Team, 2002 & 2003 Ashley Walton was the first Edinboro volleyball player to earn AVCA Division II All American honors. She was joined by Jenna Newman (see page 1) a year ago. The 5 10 middle hit ter from Manchester, PA was a third team selection in 2002, then duplicated that fete in 2003. Those were two of many honors earned by Walton during her career. She was recog nized 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.

1995 First Team:

Stephanie Radecki Rosie Weisenseel

First Team: Second Team:

Jodie Williams Mandy Bambauer Mandie Moyer Lisa Poeschl

First Team:

Erica Shaffer Jodie Williams Mandie Moyer Lisa Poeschl

MB S

1997 OH MH MH S

1998 Second Team:

RH OH MH S

1999 First Team: Second Team:

Erica Shaffer Mandie Moyer Jenn Fuhrman

RH MB MB

2000

AV C A Atlantic Region Freshman of the Year 2000

MB MB RS

Lisa Poeschl Ashley Walton

2007 Katie Wilkins

S MB

1987

Ashley Walton Jen ShawOH Renee Kam

1988 Tanya Andrews

1989

OH

Katie Hummel Renee Kam Ashley Walton

S

Marissa DeLiberato

OH

Alicia Knouff Jenna Newman

1990 1991 Laura Beatty Kara Hopkins Melanie Skolny

1992 Melanie Skolny

OH

1993 Michelle Ferguson Michelle Hubalek

OH OH

1994 Michelle Ferguson Michelle Hubalek Melanie Skolny Rosie Weisenseel

OH MB OH S

1995 Michelle Hubalek Stephanie Radecki Lori Schafer

MB OH S

1996 Stephanie Radecki Lori Schafer Rosie Weisenseel

OH OH S

1997 Mandie Moyer Jodie Williams

MB OH

1998 Mandie Moyer Lisa Poeschl Erica Shaffer Jodie Williams

MB S RS OH

1999

Ashley Walton Stephanie Burner Renee Kam

MH

First Team:

S

Second Team:

Ashley Walton Renee Kam Katie Hummel Jen Shaw

Second Team:

Marissa DeLiberato

First Team:

MH MH

Alicia Knouff Jenna Newman

MH S OH

All-PSAC W est 1991 OH S

1992 Second Team:

OH S S

1993 First Team:

Michelle Ferguson Michelle Hubalek Rosie Weisenseel

OH OH S

Stephanie Radecki

Second Team:

Michelle Ferguson Melanie Skolny Rosie Weisenseel Michele Hubalek

OH OH S OH

1995 First Team:

Michele Hubalek Stephanie Radecki Lori Schafer

MH

MB OH S

1995 Michelle Hubalek 1996 Stephanie Radecki 2003 Ashley Walton 2007 Jenna Newman

PSAC W est Rookie of the Year

1994 First Team:

MH

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2007

Melanie Skolny Laura Beatty Rosie Weisenseel

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Melanie Skolny Laura Beatty

MH OH S

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2004

First Team:

MH OH

2003

MH S MH

Jenna Newman Katie Wilkins Olivia Williams (HM)

First Team: Second Team:

2003

Becky Werling

Ashley Walton Amy Medicus

MH OH

2002

Christina Beck

Brenda Jones Melanie Skolny

Ashley Walton Amy Medicus

First Team: Second Team:

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2002

2001

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Lisa Poeschl Abby Galcik Ashley Walton

2001

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Ashley Walton

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Jennifer Fuhrman Mandie Moyer Erica Shaffer

Second Team:

Lisa Poeschl

1997 Lisa Poeschl 2000 Ashley Walton 2001 Renee Kam 2006 Olivia Williams 2007

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Grand Valley State Grove City Guelph Hillsdale Howard Illinois Chicago Indiana State Indiana(Pa.) Indiana Southeast Ithaca James Madison Juniata Kent State Kentucky Wesleyan Kutztown Lake Superior State Lehigh Lees McRae LeMoyne Lenoir Rhyne Lewis Lincoln Memorial 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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Providence Queens(NC) Quincy Regis Rhode Island Robert Morris Rollins Rutgers Saginaw Valley Salem Teikyo Sam Houston Scarborough Seattle Pacific Seton Hill Shepherd Shippensburg Slippery Rock Southern Connecticut Southern Illinois Edwardsville Southern Indiana Southampton Southwest State Springfield St. Anselm St. Augustine St. Bonaventure St. Cloud State St. Francis St. John Fisher St. Joseph's St. Leo s Stony Brook SUNY Brockport SUNY Cortland SUNY New Platz SUNY Oneanta Syracuse Tampa Temple Texas Women's College Thiel Towson State Truman State Tusculum Valdosta State Villa Maria Villanova Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Union Walsh Wayne State(MI) West Alabama West Chester West Florida West Georgia West Virginia West Virgina State West Virginia Wesleyan Wisconsin Parkside Westminster Wheeling Jesuit William and Mary Wilmington(DE) Winthrop York Youngstown State

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1 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 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 1 1 1 2 1 2 4 1 0 1 0 1 1 2

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All-Time Results 1975: 22-4 Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane Fredonia State ..........................W 20 Mercyhurst ................................W 20 Grove City ..................................W 21 Gannon ......................................W 20 Allegheny....................................W 20 West Virginia ..............................W 20 Franklin & Marshall ..................W 21 Slippery Rock ..............................L 12 Clarion ........................................W 20 Allegheny....................................W 20 Villa Maria ..................................W 21 Mercyhurst ................................W 20 Penn State Behrend..................W 20 Allegheny....................................W 20 Grove City ..................................W 20 Indiana (Pa.) ..............................W 20 Pittsburgh....................................L 12 Penn State..................................W 20 Buffalo ........................................W 20 Fredonia State ..........................W 20 Penn State Behrend..................W 20 Slippery Rock ............................W 20 Delaware# ..................................L 02 Princeton#..................................W 20 Towson State #..........................W 21 Delaware# ..................................L 20 # 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

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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 Fredonia State ..........................W SUNY Buffalo ............................W Indiana (PA)................................W Pittsburgh....................................L

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SUNY Cortland# ........................W Penn State#................................W Syracuse# ..................................W Maryland# ..................................L #EAIAW Regionals

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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

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1979: 18-11-1 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

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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 Slippery Rock ............................W St. John Fisher ............................L SUNY Brockport ........................W Clarion ........................................W Robert Morris ............................W Indiana (Pa.) ..............................W Syracuse......................................W

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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

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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

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1982: 31-10 Head Coach: Dr. Patrick McLane Michigan State............................L Indiana State ..............................L Kent State ..................................W Michigan State............................L Kent State ..................................W Mercyhurst ................................W Slippery Rock ............................W Marshall ....................................W Ohio ............................................W Akron ..........................................W Ohio ............................................W Marshall ......................................W Akron ..........................................W Slippery Rock ............................W

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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

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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

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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 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

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All-Time Results 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

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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

13 12 12 20 02 02 13 31 20 02 03 20 12 02 02 02 30 32 23 03 12 21 32 03 13 30 30 02 20 02 12 32 20 02 20 20 13 32

1986: 15-18 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 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

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1987: 22-12 Head Coach: Glen Conley Allegheny....................................W 30 Penn State Behrend..................W 30 Grove City ..................................W 31 Mount Union ............................W 20 Akron ..........................................L 23 Gannon ......................................W 30 California (Pa.) ..........................W 30 Indiana (Pa.) ..............................W 30 Allegheny ....................................L 23 Niagara........................................W 20 Alfred ..........................................W 20 Mercyhurst ................................W 30 Slippery Rock ............................L 23 Clarion..........................................L 23 Youngstown State ....................W 31 Indiana (Pa.) ..............................W 30 Cleveland State..........................W 30 Gannon ......................................W 31 Naval Acad. Tournament 3rd place Kent State Invitational 3rd place Edinboro Tournament .... 1st place Buffalo Tournament .... 2nd place

Head Coach: Glen Conley

Head Coach: Glen Conley

Results Not Available

1993: 15-15

1989: 29-11

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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

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1990: 33-4 Head Coach: Glen Conley

Results Not Available

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

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1992: 27-5

1988: 27-11 Results Not Available

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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

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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

30 30 30 30 30 31 23 31 30 30 30 30 32 30 31 31 30 30 30 23 30 31 32 30 31 31 30 30 30 31 30 03

1995: 14-19 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 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

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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

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1996: 27-12 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

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1997: 26-12 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

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

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

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1998: 28-9 Head Coach: Lynn Theehs North Alabama .......................... L Gardner Webb ..........................W Alabama Huntsville ....................L Grand Valley State ..............W Juniata ........................................L Lock Haven ................................W Alderson Broaddus ..................W West Va. Wesleyan....................W Slippery Rock ........................W West Va. State ......................W 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 Milersvile* ........................W Lock Haven* ........................W Lock Haven^ ........................ W Univ. of Charleston^ ................W North Dakota State! ................L

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1999: 22-11 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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Millersville* ..............................W Lock Haven* ............................L Lees McRae^ ..........................W Lock Haven^ ............................L

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2000: 20-8 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

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2001: 19-13 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

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2002: 26-9 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

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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

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2003: 26-12 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

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2004: 13-19 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

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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

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2006: 19-17 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

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2007: 28-11 Head Coach: Missy Soboleski Indiana SE ................................W Cedarville ..................................L Dowling ....................................L Wilmington(DE) ......................W Shepherd..................................W

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Edinboro Volleyball 2008


Edinboro Volleyball 2008

All-Time Roster West Chester ............................L Lees McRae..............................W Queens ....................................W Lenoir Rhyne............................W Lincoln Memorial ....................W California(Pa.) ..........................L Daemen....................................W Slippery Rock ..........................W Indiana(Pa.)..............................W Malone ......................................L Fairmont State ........................W Lock Haven ..............................W East Stroudsburg ....................W Shippensburg ..........................W West Chester ..........................W Clarion ......................................W California(Pa.) ..........................L Notre Dame(OH) ....................W Wheeling Jesuit ......................W Elizabeth City State ................W District of Columbia ................W Slippery Rock ..........................W Millersville ................................W Cheyney....................................W Kutztown ................................W Indiana(Pa.) ..............................L Lock Haven ..............................W Gannon......................................L Clarion........................................L Kutztown* ..............................W California(Pa.)* ........................L Slippery Rock^ ........................W Clarion^ ....................................W California(Pa.)^ ........................L

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

The 2007 Edinboro volleyball team finished with a 28 11 record, the most wins since 1998. The Fighting Scots finished as the runners up in the Atlantic Regional, finishing one win shy of a fifth trip to the Elite Eight.

Edinboro in 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 Lock Haven def. EDINBORO, 3 1

Edinboro Volleyball 2008

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 2007 at California, PA EDINBORO def. Slippery Rock, 3 0 EDINBORO def. Clarion, 3 1 California(Pa.) def. EDINBORO, 3 0

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All-Time Roster AAA Becky Abercrombie, 1978 79 Erika Allen, 1991 Tanya Andrews, 1989

BBB Mandy Bambauer, 1995 98 Michelle Bator, 2001, 2003 04 05 Della Bayle, 1976 79

EEE Jodi Ensman, 1989 91 Cassie Eriser, 1993

FFF Michelle Ferguson, 1993 94 Jill Fleming, 1986 Shirley Fletcher, 1974 75 Shari Foltz, 1978 Shellie Forcucci, 1987 Debbie Fox, 1975 77 Jennifer Fuhrman, 1997 99 Mandy Futchi, 1992

Lori Jenkins, 1984 Wendy Jenkins, 1983 86 Brenda Jones, 1987 90 Wendy Jones, 1976

Sue Nichols, 1974 Tonya Nicholson, 1990 92

KKK Mallory Kam, 2005 Renee Kam, 2001 04 Mary Kelley, 1991 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 07 Prudence Kurtz, 1975 77 Natalie Kulak, 1979

Laura Beatty 90 92, (r), & Tonya Nicholson 90 92 Melanie Skolny 90 94

LLL

Della Bayle 76 79 Laura Beatty, 1990 92 Christina Beck, 1987 Chris Beltshoover, 1982 83 Jenna Benkelman, 2004 06 Tammy Bergmann, 1989 90 Allie Biberich, 1995 98 Mary Jo Bickford, 1974 75 Denise Bollard, 1977 78 Janet Bowker, 1980 82 Patty Brady, 1986 Shelley Brandenburg, 1999 Jen Bravender, 1992 Susan Brown, 1977 Wendy Burling, 1974 Stephanie Burner, 1999 02 Gery Burbules, 1979 82 Jeannine Burbules, 1985 87 Robin Bunce, 1984 86 Becky Byers, 1995 98

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 Kim Conti, 1979 Ashley Cottengim, 2003 06 Gretchen Covert, 1978 Lora Cox, 1974 Bobbi Cservak, 1974 Connie Cservak, 1974 75 Dana Czerwonka, 1999

Michelle Ferguson 93 94

GGG Abby Galcik, 1999 00 Jane Gatto, 1974 Wendy Gentile, 1982 Abby Gillette, 1998 99 Kim Gissendaner, 1975 Julie Groves, 1974 77 Melody Groves, 1978 81

HHH Stacey Hameister, 2003 Sheila Hamilton, 1984 85 Sue Hanson, 1975 Molly Harrington, 1980 81 Kaitlin Hartman, 2007 Justyn Headley, 1998 Shelley Herzing, 1983 84 Kara Hopkins, 1989 91

Beth Darcangelo, 1974 76 Susan Davey, 1977 Laura Day, 1992 Annah Debevc, 1995 97 Kathie Delaney, 1986 Marissa DiLiberato, 2001 04 Laura Dolsak, 1989 Kristin Deezik, 1999

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Debbie Landrine, 1977 79 Julie Lang, 1990 91 Cindy Lawrence, 1974 Pamela Leap, 1978 Lori Lee, 1978 80 Debbie Lenox, 1985 Sonya Leonard, 1993 94 Lori Lewis, 1980 83 Abby Linsted, 2001 03 Kim Lobins, 1981 82 Jamie Luby, 1995 98 Valerie Ludwigs, 2001 02

M M M Becky Malinowski, 1993 94 Danielle Martzolf, 2007 Erin McCleary, 1983 84 Kathleen McCormick, 1989 Theresa McCosby, 1991 Tracie McKinley, 1985 Amy Medicus, 2000 03

Cheryl Nuckson, 1974 75 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

Amy Medicus 00 03

Kara Hopkins 89 91 Anna Hosey, 1974 75 Michelle Hubalek, 1992 95 D. Hulings, 1979 Katie Hummel, 2000 2003

JJJ Jackie James, 1985 86 Jeannine Jean Pierre, 1992

Lynne Meinert, 1989 Jan Merry, 1974 Marsha Miller, 1978 81 Janet Minzenberger, 1979 Yvette Moore, 1984 Terri Moran, 1984 Chris Morris, 1985 Patty Mount, 1983 Mandie Moyer, 1996 99 Mary Mulligan, 1974 Natalie Myers, 1996 99

NNN Jolene Nagel, 1979 82 Sharon Navoney, 1974 76 Jenna Newman, 2004 07

TTT Amy Tausch, 2004 05 Maureen Tilert, 2007 Tiffany Trgovac, 2004 05 Rochelle Turner, 1980 83

VVV Joy Verner, 1981

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

Carmen Quatman, 1999 02 Katie Quatman, 1999 02

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

SSS

DDD

Chrissy Steger, 2006 07 Emily Stevens, 1993 95 Mary Stickell, 1974 77 Pat Stucke, 1978, 80 81

Anna Sabol, 1976 77 Sheri Sargent, 1993 Lori Schafer, 1993 96 Danee Schallmo, 1992 95 Ann Schantz, 1987 Shannon Schirack, 1991 Helen Schmalzried, 1978 80 Heather Schook, 1989 Chris Schroeder, 1977 79 Peggy Scott, 1978 79 Erica Shaffer, 1996 99 Jen Shaw, 2001 03 Melanie Skolny, 1990 94 Brittany Slauterbeck, 2006 07 Breanna Smith, 2004 07 Casey Smith, 1996 97 Erin Sneider, 2005 Wendy Sphon, 1975 76

Rosie Weisenseel 92 96 Eileen Welch, 1983 85 Penny Wells, 1991 Becky Werling, 1986 87, 89 Cathy Weidlein, 1976 77 Katie Wilkins, 2007 Jodie Williams, 1995 98 Olivia Williams, 2006 07 Terri Wilmore, 1980 81 Kim Wilson, 2002 03 Kim Woods, 1977 78 Rachel Wooten, 2004 Lisa Woolstrum, 1985 86 Pam Woznicki, 1984 87

YYY Diane Yesovitch, 1975 Kira Young, 1986

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2008 Edinboro Roster Breakdown by Class Seniors (0) Juniors (5)

none Sam Kuehner Bree McMahon Brittany Slauterbeck Chrissy Steger Olivia Williams Sophomores (3) Danielle Martzolf Maureen Tilert Katie Wilkins Freshman (7) Gina Boothe Justine Carrow Angela Groshner Taryn Jeffers Ami Killinger Ellie Lininger Megan Osysko

Breakdown by State Indiana (1) New York (3)

Katie Wilkins Danielle Martzolf Bree McMahon Maureen Tilert Ohio (6) Gina Boothe Taryn Jeffers Sam Kuehner Megan Osysko Brittany Slauterbeck Olivia Williams Pennsylvania (5) Justine Carrow Angela Groshner Ami Killinger Ellie Lininger Chrissy Steger

Pronunciation Guide

Groshner ..........................grow shner Kuehner ......................................key nher Martzolf ....................................martz off Osysko ....................................oh siss coe Slauterbeck ......................slaughter beck Steger ..........................................stay ger Tilert..................................................till ert Soboleski ......................sew boe les skee

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Alphabetical Roster No. 6 3 8 5 16 2 14 1 4 9 15 12 13 7 11

Name Gina Boothe Justine Carrow Angela Groshner Taryn Jeffers Ami Killinger* Sam Kuehner Ellie Lininger Danielle Martzolf Bree McMahon Megan Osysko Brittany Slauterbeck Chrissy Steger Maureen Tilert Katie Wilkins Olivia Williams

Pos.

Ht.

Yr. Hometown/High School

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

61 60 59 56 5 10 59 5 11 59 57 57 5 10 59 53 58 59

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

Cincinnati, OH/Anderson Harmony, PA/Seneca Valley Meadville, PA/Maplewood Wooster, OH/Wooster Reading, PA/Exeter Township Solon, OH/Solon Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel Lancaster, NY/Lancaster Tonawanda, NY/Sweet Home/Alfred St. Independence, OH/Independence Port Clinton, OH/Oak Harbor Wexford, PA/Pine Richland Derby, NY/Lakeshore Elkhart, IN/Elkhart Memorial Barberton, OH/Barberton

HEAD COACH: Missy Soboleski ASST. COACH: Mike Shearer STUDENT ASST. COACHES: Jenna Benkelman and Jenna Newman CAPTAINS: Sam Kuehner, Brittany Slauterbeck and Olivia Williams * will redshirt in 2008

Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16

Name Danielle Martzolf Sam Kuehner Justine Carrow Bree McMahon Taryn Jeffers Gina Boothe Katie Wilkins Angela Groshner Megan Osysko Olivia Williams Chrissy Steger Maureen Tilert Ellie Lininger Brittany Slauterbeck Ami Killinger*

Pos.

Ht.

Yr. Hometown/High School

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

59 59 60 57 56 61 58 59 57 59 59 53 5 11 5 10 5 10

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

Lancaster, NY/Lancaster Solon, OH/Solon Harmony, PA/Seneca Valley Tonawanda, NY/Sweet Home/Alfred St. Wooster, OH/Wooster Cincinnati, OH/Anderson Elkhart, IN/Elkhart Memorial Meadville, PA/Maplewood Independence, OH/Independence Barberton, OH/Barberton Wexford, PA/Pine Richland Derby, NY/Lakeshore Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel Port Clinton, OH/Oak Harbor Reading, PA/Exeter Township

HEAD COACH: Missy Soboleski ASST. COACH: Mike Shearer STUDENT ASST. COACHES: Jenna Benkelman and Jenna Newman CAPTAINS: Sam Kuehner, Brittany Slauterbeck and Olivia Williams * will redshirt in 2008

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