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SONOMA STATE VOLLEYBALL 2007

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SONOMA STATE VOLLEYBALL 2007


Quick Facts

Sports Info. Director_____ Brandon Bronzan Sports Info. Phone_ _______ (707) 664-2358 Sports Info. Fax___________ (707) 664-3291 E-Mail_ ___ brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu Website_____ www.sonomaseawolves.com

Sonoma State Volleyball ‘07 Table of Contents Schedule________________ 2 Coaches_________________ 3 Season Preview___________ 4 Roster_ _________________ 5 2007 Seawolves_ ______ 6-13 2006 Results____________ 15 2006 Statistics___________ 15 2006 Standings/Honors___ 16 Yearly Leaders___________ 17 All-Time Honors_ ________ 17 Records_____________ 18-20

Yearly Results_ _______ 21-23 Series Histories__________ 23 All-Time Standings_______ 24 Conference Information___ 25 Opponent Information____ 25 Athletic Dept Info_____ 26-27 Sonoma State Info_ ______ 28

Media Information

Directions to Campus From Highway 101, exit on Rohnert Park Expressway and proceed East. Continue until Expressway ends (approximately three miles). Turn right onto Petaluma Hill Road. Continue approximately one-quarter mile to Laurel Drive (back entrance to campus). Turn right on Laurel Drive, proceed to athletic facilities. Please obey all parking rules. Seawolves on the Web Updated on a daily basis, the Sonoma State athletics website contains news, scores, stats, and more! Point your browser to:

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Location_ ____________ Rohnert Park, Calif 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Athletics Phone_ _________ (707) 664-2358 Athletics Fax_____________ (707) 664-4104 President____________Dr. Ruben Armiñana Director of Athletics____________Bill Fusco Faculty Athletic Rep.______ Dr. Duane Dove Home Field_______________ Seawolf Gym Enrollment_ _____________________ 2,000 Founded________________________ 1961 Colors_ _______Navy, Columbia Blue, White Conference______________________CCAA National Affiliation_______ NCAA Division II Head Coach_ _______________ Bear Grassl Coach’s Phone____________ (707) 664-2656 Record at SSU______________ 65-70 (5 yrs) Assistant Coaches____________ Jesse Ortiz, _____________ Michaela Ebben, Ben Stern 2006 Record_ ____________________10-14 2006 CCAA Record_________________7-13 Letterwinners Ret/Lost______________12/8 Starters Ret/Lost____________________5/1

Credits

The 2007 Sonoma State Volleyball media guide was written and designed by Asst. Athletics Director/Sports Information Director Brandon Bronzan. Photography by Katie Burroughs. Copies of the volleyball media guide can be purchased for $5. Send check, made payable to SSU Athletics, to: SSU Sports Information 1801 E. Cotati Ave. Rohnert Park, CA 94928 On the Cover Clockwise from top left: Lillian Harms, Kaylee Aizenstadt, Marianne Fox, Taylor Manton, Rikki Buckshnis, Lindsay Brown, Sarah Illingworth.

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2007 Schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Fri-Aug. 24

WESTERN OREGON#

ROHNERT PARK

11:30 am

Fri-Aug. 24

NORTHWEST NAZARENE#

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Sun-Aug. 26

SEATTLE#

ROHNERT PARK

10:00 am

Sun-Aug. 26

NOTRE DAME de NAMUR#

ROHNERT PARK

4:00 pm

Thu-Aug. 30

BYU-Hawaii&

Honolulu, Hawaii

6:00 pm

Fri-Aug. 31

Central Washington&

Honolulu, Hawaii

11:30 am

Fri-Aug. 31

Chaminade&

Honolulu, Hawaii

7:30 pm

Sat-Sep. 1

Hawaii Pacific&

Honolulu, Hawaii

2:00 pm

Fri-Sep. 7

Cal Poly Pomona*

Pomona, Calif

7:00 pm

Sat-Sep. 8

Cal State San Bernardino*

San Bernardino, Calif

3:00 pm

Fri-Sep. 14

CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Sat-Sep. 15

NOTRE DAME de NAMUR

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Wed-Sep. 19

Cal State Monterey Bay*

Seaside, Calif

7:00 pm

Fri-Sep. 21

HUMBOLDT STATE*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Fri-Sep. 28

Cal State Stanislaus*

Turlock, Calif

7:00 pm

Sat-Sep. 29

Chico State*

Chico, Calif

7:00 pm

Fri-Oct. 5

CAL STATE L.A.*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Sat-Oct. 6

UC SAN DIEGO*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Fri-Oct. 12

CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Sat-Oct. 13

CAL POLY POMONA*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Sat-Oct. 20

Cal State Dominguez Hills*

Carson, Calif

3:00 pm

Wed-Oct. 24

CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Sat-Oct. 27

Humboldt State*

Arcata, Calif

7:00 pm

Fri-Nov. 2

CHICO STATE*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Sat-Nov. 3

CAL STATE STANISLAUS*

ROHNERT PARK

7:00 pm

Fri-Nov. 9

UC San Diego*

La Jolla, Calif

7:00 pm

Sat-Nov. 10

Cal State L.A.*

Los Angeles, Calif

3:00 pm

* CCAA game; # Seawolf Spike Volleyball Tournament (Rohnert Park, Calif ); & Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, Hawaii)

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Bear Grassl

Head Coach (6th season) Head Coach Ed ‘Bear’ Grassl returns for his sixth year at the helm of the Sonoma State University volleyball program. Grassl has recorded winning seasons in three of his five seasons with the Seawolves and sports an overall record of 65-70. Grassl took the reigns in 2002 and led the Seawolves to a 15-14 record. He repeated the feat in 2003 (15-14) and then went 14-12 in ‘04. Over the last two years, the Seawolves have struggled in the win column playing in the tough California Collegiate Athletic Association with a young squad. This talented group now has some seasoning and Grassl looks forward to success in 2007 and beyond.

Career Highlights 9 All-CCAA players

3 Winning Seasons In 5 Years

Year

Rec

Conf

Finish

2002 15-14 10-12 8th A 1991 graduate of Sonoma State, the 37-year old 2003 15-14 10-12 t-7th Grassl was head coach at El Molino High School from 2004 14-12 9-9 6th 1992-2001. During that span, he guided the Lions to six 2005 11-16 9-13 t-7th Sonoma County League championships, seven North 2006 10-14 7-13 t-7th Coast Section titles, five Northern California championCareer Overall: 65-70 ships and one California state championship, in 1999. Career Conference: 41-59

His career coaching mark at El Molino was an impressive 267-78.

Jesse Ortiz Assistant Coach

A former player on the Sonoma State men’s club volleyball team, Jesse Ortiz joins the coaching staff in 2007. Ortiz graduated from Sonoma State in 2004 and has several years of coaching experience under his belt. He has previously coached the SSU men’s club team and the women at Petaluma High School.

Michaela Ebben

Home Away Neutral

30-25 18-35 17-10

vs. CCAA vs. GNAC vs. Pac West vs. NAIA vs. NCAA Division I vs. NCAA Division II vs. NCAA Division III

41-59 12-4 3-3 4-0 0-0 60-69 1-1

Abilene Christian Alaska Augustana BYU-Hawaii Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State L.A. Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Stanislaus Central Washington Charleston Chico State College of the Southwest Dominican Fort Hays State Grand Canyon Hawaii Pacific Holy Names Humboldt State Minnesota State-Mankato Montana State-Billings Nebraska-Omaha Northwest Nazarene Northwood Saint Martin’s San Francisco State Seattle Pacific UC Davis UC San Diego UC Santa Cruz Western Oregon Western State Western Washington William Penn

0-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 3-7 3-7 9-1 1-9 4-2 0-10 7-3 2-1 1-0 3-7 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-2 0-1 1-0 4-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 2-0 4-0 1-0 3-1 1-9 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-2 1-0

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Career Record

In five seasons at Sonoma State, Grassl has coached nine All-Conference performers and has a 22-13 record against Northern California CCAA opponents (Chico, Stanislaus, SF State, Monterey Bay, Humboldt). He also saw one of his players, Taylor Manton, earn ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors last year.

Grassl vs. Opponents

Assistant Coach

Former El Molino High School star Michaela Ebben spends her second season on the coaching staff in ‘07. Ebben played under Coach Grassl at El Molino and as a member of the Empire Volleyball Club. Following her high school career, Ebben went on to play four years at the University of Arizona. She spent two years as the Wildcats’ starting setter and was named All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention in 1997.

Ben Stern

Assistant Coach A three-year member of the SSU men’s club volleyball team, Ben Stern will assist the Seawolves in 2007. Stern has also coached the Petaluma High JV team and with Empire Volleyball Club.

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2007 Preview The Sonoma State volleyball team is ready to make their mark in the competitive California Collegiate Athletic Association. After a couple of subpar seasons, the Seawolves feel they now have the experience to match their talent level.

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At setter, expect to see Lindsay Brown get the majority of playing time. The sophomore split duties in 2006, but is ready to run with the role on a full-time basis in ‘07. Her continued improvement will be a key towards the success of the offense.

After splitting the job last year, Lindsay Brown will be the team’s primary setter in 2007.

Leading the hitting attack for the Seawolves will be an impressive, if untested, group of outside hitters. Senior Rachel Sagapolu provides a veteran presence on an extremely talented group of newcomers. NCAA Division I transfer Kristy Sather returns home for her final two seasons. A former all-everything player at Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa, Sather previously attended UC Santa Barbara and the University of Arizona. Another talented rookie ready to make her mark is freshman Marianne Fox from Forestville. Amanda Vanover, Sarah Hillier, Natalie Coward, and Kendahl Batiste should add some depth to the outside hitter position. The Seawolves return four middle blockers from last year’s team. Kaylee Aizenstadt, one of the team’s leading hitters her first two years on the team, should get plenty of balls set her way. Rikki Buckshnis is eager to return after missing all of 2006 to a medical redshirt. Samantha Jagoda and Sarah Illingworth also provide a wealth of potential at middle blocker. The Seawolves’ most impressive returners may be at the defensive specialist/libero positions. Taylor Manton and Lillian Harms are now both seniors and are quickly rising to the top of the all-time digs chart. Manton, who was moved to outside hitter last season, will return to her familiar libero role. Harms, who as a libero broke SSU’s digs per season and digs per match records in 2006, will move back to defensive specialist this season. As always, the Seawolves play one of the top schedules in the nation. SSU will open the season with their own tournament, the Seawolf Spike, before heading to Hawaii to compete in another tournament. The CCAA should again be tough with the leaders being among the top ranked teams in the nations.

TaylorMantonmovesbacktoliberoin2007topursue the school’s all-time digs record.

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2007 Roster Name Rikki Buckshnis Taylor Manton Janai Bashore Cory Evans Marianne Fox Amanda Vanover Sarah Hillier Rachel Sagapolu Lindsay Brown Sarah Illingworth Samantha Jagoda Deanna Thagard Kristy Sather Natalie Coward Kendahl Batiste Devin Scully Megan Wong Lillian Harms Kaylee Aizenstadt

Pos MB L DS DS OH OH OH OH S MB OH/MB S/DS OH OH OH S L/DS L MB

Yr So Sr Fr Sr Fr Fr So Sr So So So So Jr Fr Fr Fr Fr Sr Jr

By Class

By Position

Freshmen (7) Janai Bashore Marianne Fox Amanda Vanover Natalie Coward Kendahl Batiste Devin Scully Megan Wong

Setters (2) Lindsay Brown Devin Scully

Sophomores (6) Rikki Buckshnis Sarah Hillier Lindsay Brown Sarah Illingworth Samantha Jagoda Deanna Thagard Juniors (2) Kristy Sather Kaylee Aizenstadt Seniors (3) Taylor Manton Cory Evans Rachel Sagapolu Lillian Harms

DS/Libero (6) Taylor Manton Janai Bashore Cory Evans Deanna Thagard Megan Wong Lillian Harms Middle Blockers (4) Rikki Buckshnis Sarah Illingworth Samantha Jagoda Kaylee Aizenstadt

Ht 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-8 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-6 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-9 5-7 5-8 6-0

Hometown Clackamas, Ore Santa Rosa, Calif Encinitas, Calif San Diego, Calif Forestville, Calif Brea, Calif Atascadero, Calif Hayward, Calif Napa, Calif Sebastopol, Calif Pine Grove, Calif Villa Park, Calif Santa Rosa, Calif Sacramento, Calif Portland, Ore Newark, Calif Rancho Cucamonga, Calif Placerville, Calif Mission Viejo, Calif

Last School Clackamas HS El Molino HS Torry Pines HS West Hills HS El Molino HS Brea Olinda HS Atascadero HS Moreau Catholic HS Napa HS Analy HS Amador HS Mater Dei HS University of Arizona St. Francis HS Grant HS Moreau Catholic HS Los Osos HS El Dorado HS Tesoro HS

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The Sonoma State volleyball team features four players from Sonoma County (Taylor Manton, Marianne Fox, Sarah Illingworth, and Kristy Sather). Two players hail from out of state and both are from the Portland, Oregon area (Rikki Buckshnis and Kendahl Batiste). Ten of SSU’s 19 players are from Northern California.

Outside Hitters (7) Marianne Fox Amanda Vanover Sarah Hillier Rachel Sagapolu Kristy Sather Natalie Coward Kendahl Batiste

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Kaylee

Aizenstadt

Bashore

Pos: Middle Blocker Class: Junior Hometown: Mission Viejo, Calif Last School: Tesoro HS

Pos: Defensive Specialist Class: Freshman Hometown: Encinitas, Calif Last School: Torrey Pines HS

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2006: Left the team midway through the season, but still finished seventh with 68 kills and fourth with 30 blocks...had a season-high 11 kills in the season opener against Alaska (8/25/06)...hit 10-0-18 (.556) in a win over Northwest Nazarene (8/26/06)...tied career-high with six blocks in a win over Cal State Bakersfield (9/9/06). 2005: Led team with 75 blocks in a fantastic freshman season...it was the third-highest freshman mark in SSU history... fourth on squad with 177 kills, the fifth-best freshman mark at SSU...hitting percentage of .229 was second on the team...had a season-high 13 kills in two of her first four collegiate games... went 13-2-26 (.423) in win over College of the Southwest (8/27/05)...recorded five blocks in a game on six occasions... appeared in 98 of a possible 99 games. High School: Was a Second Team All-League pick as a senior at Tesoro High School...named her team’s Most Improved Player her junior year. Personal: Chose SSU because she liked the small campus and the volleyball coaches...lists The Beatles as her favorite band... says that Chico State is her favorite opponent to play against... born 3/10/87.

Career Highs

Kills: 13, twice Digs: 5, vs. Cal State Monterey Bay (10/1/05) Assists: 4, vs. Northwest Nazarene (9/3/05) Aces: n/a Blocks: 6, seven times

Career Statistics

Year GP K E 2005 (Fr) 97 177 72 2006 (So) 33 68 36 Totals 130 245 108 Year D DPG 2005 (Fr) 26 0.27 2006 (So) 4 0.12 Totals 30 0.23

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Janai

TA Pct 458 .229 198 .162 656 .209

KPG 1.82 2.06 1.88

BS BA BLK 12 63 75 3 27 30 15 90 105

BPG 0.77 0.91 0.81

AST 22 2 24

SA 0 0 0

High School: Comes to Sonoma State from Torrey Pines High School in Encinitas...a member of the Dean’s List for having a GPA over 3.5...did not play volleyball her junior or senior year of high school. Personal: Considers LaDainian Tomlinson her favorite athlete and the San Diego Chargers her favorite team...lists Stevie Wonder as her favorite musician...her favorite television show is Friends...born 7/15/87.

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Kendahl

Batiste

Pos: Outside Hitter Class: Freshman Hometown: Portland, Ore Last School: Grant HS

High School: One of two players on the roster from Oregon... a graduate of Grant High School in Portland...was a two-time First Team All-League selection...earned the Alliance of Black Educators Academic Achievement Award...a member of her school’s Honor Roll. Personal: Chose Sonoma State because she liked the campus and volleyball program...would like to become a sports broadcaster after graduation...considers her parents her biggest influence as an athlete...is a fan of the Miami Heat...her favorite author is Maya Angelou and her favorite book is I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings...born 7/15/89.

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Pos: Setter Class: Sophomore Hometown: Napa, Calif Last School: Napa HS

2006: Turned in a solid freshman campaign...led the team with 404 assists, the fifth-highest freshman total in school history... recorded a season-high 32 assists against nationally-ranked Chico State (9/16/06)...had over 20 assists in a game ten times... recorded a double-double of 22 assists and 10 digs against Cal State Monterey Bay (10/6/06)...ranked third on the squad with 20 service aces.

Rikki

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Buckshnis

Pos: Middle Blocker Class: Sophomore Hometown: Clackamas, Ore Last School: Clackamas HS 2006: Red shirted due to injury.

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2005: Turned in 79 kills in an impressive freshman campaign... third on the team with 48 blocks, the sixth-best total for a freshman in school history...had a team season-high of eight blocks against Cal State Bakersfield (9/9/05)...drove home a season-high eight kills against Dominican (9/28/05)...hit .515 over a threematch stretch from 9/23-9/28...had two games in which she had High School: Joined Sonoma State after a distinguished career over five kills and no errors. at Napa High School...earned Tribal Pin as one of the top 40 students at Napa...named to Honor Roll all four years...earned High School: Earned First Team All-Three Rivers League honors All-County and All-League after her junior and senior seasons... in 2004...was an Honorable Mention All-League pick as a sophonamed a Renaissance Girl at The Volleyball Festival in Reno. more and junior...nominated for Female Athlete of the Year at Clackamas High School...valedictorian of her class. Personal: Came to Sonoma State because of the volleyball program...her favorite team in the CCAA to play is Cal State Stan- Personal: Chose Sonoma State because of the location... islaus because her sister will be playing there this year...enjoys credits her high school coach, Jim Stultz, as her biggest athletic eating TCBY frozen yogurt...born 7/25/88. influence...has moved seven times and has lived in four different states...lists Wedding Crashers as her favorite movie...born 9/26/86. Career Highs Kills: 4, vs. UC San Diego (9/29/06) Digs: 10, vs. Cal State Monterey Bay (10/6/06) Career Highs Assists: 32, vs. Chico State (9/16/06) Kills: 8, vs. Dominican (9/28/05) Aces: 3, four times Digs: 3, vs. UC San Diego (10/21/05) Blocks: 1, five times Assists: 1, vs. Cal State Bakersfield (10/15/05) Aces: n/a Blocks: 8, vs. Cal State Bakersfield (9/9/05) Career Statistics Year GP K E TA Pct KPG AST SA 2006 (Fr) 76 7 1 25 .240 0.09 404 20 Career Statistics Year GP K E TA Pct KPG AST SA Year D DPG BS BA BLK BPG 2006 (Fr) 62 79 49 246 .122 1.27 1 0 2006 (Fr) 89 1.17 0 5 5 0.07 Year D DPG BS BA BLK BPG 2006 (Fr) 14 0.23 5 43 48 0.77

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Natalie

Coward

Pos: Outside Hitter Class: Freshman Hometown: Sacramento, Calif Last School: St. Francis HS

EVANS, cont’d Diego Union Tribune All-Academic Second Team. Personal: Is a big fan of the San Diego Padres and Chargers... in her spare time, Cory likes photography, wakeboarding, and camping...her favorite athlete is beach volleyball legend Karch Kiraly...wants to work for the FBI and then be a politician following graduation...enjoys the movie So I Married An Axe Murderer... born 6/13/84.

Career Highs

Kills: 6, vs. William Penn (8/27/05) High School: Helped lead her St. Francis High School team to Digs: 21, vs. William Penn (8/27/05) Assists: 2, vs. Dominican (9/28/05) the California State Championship in 2006. Aces: 4, vs. Northwood (9/3/05) Personal: Aspires to be an event planner...is a big fan of the San Blocks: 1, two times Antonio Spurs...likes to eat sushi...lists Say Anything as her favorite Career Statistics movie...born 4/4/88 Year GP K E TA Pct 2002 (Fr) 5 0 1 2 -.500 2004 (So) 11 0 0 2 .000 2005 (Jr) 51 18 19 67 -.015 Totals 67 18 20 71 -.028

Cory

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Pos: Defensive Specialist Class: Senior Hometown: San Diego, Calif Last School: West Hills HS

2006: Did not play. 2005: Appeared in 51 games...averaged 1.84 digs per game and finished the season with 94 digs...recorded a career-high 21 digs in win over William Penn (8/27/05)...also blasted a career-high six kills against William Penn (8/27/05)...had over ten digs three times...had a career-high four service aces against Northwood (9/3/05). 2004: Saw action in seven matches and 11 games...picked up a season-high five digs against Cal State Bakersfield (10/30/04).

Year D 2002 (Fr) 2 2004 (So) 14 2005 (Jr) 94 Totals 110

DPG 0.40 1.27 1.84 1.64

BS BA BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 2

KPG 0.00 0.00 0.35 0.27 BPG 0.00 0.00 0.04 0.03

Marianne

Fox

AST 0 0 12 12

SA 0 3 6 9

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Pos: Outside Hitter Class: Freshman Hometown: Forestville, Calif Last School: El Molino HS

2002: Appeared in five games and posted two digs.

High School: Had a standout career at El Molino High School in Forestville...earned First Team All-League honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior...named First Team All-Empire her final two years.

High School: Attended West Hills High School in San Diego, California...named First Team All-Grossmont Conference as a senior...earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a junior and Honorable Mention honors as a sophomore...named to San

Personal: Lists her favorite actor as Brad Pitt and her favorite author as James Patterson...has a twin sister named Kathleen... enjoys eating corn dogs...considers Michael Jordan her favorite athlete...born 5/17/89.

2003: Red shirted.

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Sarah

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Harms

Hillier

Pos: Libero Class: Senior Hometown: Placerville, Calif Last School: El Dorado HS

Pos: Outside Hitter Class: Sophomore Hometown: Atascadero, Calif Last School: Atascadero HS

2006: Established new school records for digs in a season (571), digs per game (5.79), and digs in a single match (50)...earned Second Team All-CCAA honors...also led the Seawolves with 35 service aces...broke the SSU record for digs in a season by 40...owns the school’s career record for digs per game (4.55)... recorded 50 digs against Cal State Stanislaus (9/15/06)...had over 30 assists three times and over 20 on 17 occasions...turned in a season-high five service aces against Cal State Bakersfield (10/13/06)...had 37 digs in the season opener against Alaska (8/25/06).

2005: Finished the season fifth on the team with 125 kills in a solid freshman season...her 33 blocks were the fourth-highest total on the team...recorded a season-high 14 kills on two occasions...hit 14-3-21 (.524) and also supplied nine digs in a win over Charleston (8/28/05)...blocked a season-high four attacks against Northwest Nazarene (9/3/05), then repeated the feat against UC San Diego (10/21/05)...appeared in 85 out of a possible 98 games. High School: Was a standout player at Atascadero High School where she earned First Team All-CIF Southern Section honors... also a First Team All-League selection. Personal: Hopes to become an elementary school teacher after graduation...enjoys eating ice cream...lists Friends as her favorite television show...born 7/19/87.

2004: Played in 14 games as a freshman...averaged nearly two digs per game (1.86)...recorded a season-high seven digs in win Career Highs over Cal State Monterey Bay (10/22/04). Kills: 14, two times Digs: 9, vs. Charleston (8/28/05) High School: A graduate of El Dorado High School in Placer- Assists: 2, two times ville...was an All-League selection while at El Dorado...named her Aces: n/a school’s Female Athlete of the Year. Blocks: 4, two times Personal: Lists Misty May-Treanor as her biggest athletic influ- Career Statistics ence...is a fan of the Sacramento Kings and the band Rascal Year GP K Flatts...her favorite book is The Great Divide...born 4/5/86. 2005 (Fr) 85 125

Career Highs

Kills: 2, two times Digs: 50, vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 9/15/06 (SCHOOL RECORD) Assists: 6, vs Cal State Dominguez Hills, 9/30/06 Aces: 6, vs. Cal State Stanislaus (10/7/05) Blocks: 1, two times

Career Statistics Year GP 2004 (Fr) 14 2005 (So) 65 2006 (Jr) 88 Totals 167

K 2 3 9 14

E TA Pct 2 11 .000 9 49 -.122 1 52 .154 12 112 .018

KPG 0.14 0.05 0.10 0.08

Year D 2004 (Fr) 26 2005 (So) 163 2006 (Jr) 571 Totals 760

DPG 1.86 2.51 6.49 4.55

BS BA BLK 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2

BPG 0.07 0.02 0.00 0.01

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AST 1 6 35 42

Year D DPG 2005 (Fr) 44 0.52

E TA Pct 54 356 .199

KPG 1.47

BS BA BLK 6 27 33

BPG 0.39

AST 8

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2005: Second on the team with 163 digs, an average of 2.51 per game...turned in a career-high 19 digs against Cal State Monterey Bay (10/1/05)...fifth on the squad with 29 service aces... set career-high with six service aces against Cal State Stanislaus (10/7/05).

2006: Red shirted due to injury.

SA 0

SA 1 29 35 65

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Sarah

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Illingworth

Jagoda

Pos: Middle Blocker Class: Sophomore Hometown: Sebastopol, Calif Last School: Analy HS

Pos: Outside Hitter/Mid Blocker Class: Sophomore Hometown: Pine Grove, Calif Last School: Amador HS

2006: Led the team in blocks with 68...ranked fifth on the squad with 128 kills and second with a .196 hitting percentage...set a career-high with eight blocks in a win over Cal State Stanislaus (10/21/06)...turned in the fourth-best freshman blocks total in school history...recorded 12 kills against Humboldt State (10/4/06)...went for double-digit kills four times, including three games in a row in early October.

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Samantha

2006: Showed promise in a freshman season that saw her record 51 kills and nine blocks...had a season-high 12 kills in a match on two occasions...had 12 kills to just three errors against Humboldt State (10/4/06)...recorded a season-high four blocks in her first action of the year, against Northwest Nazarene (8/26/06).

High School: Arrives at Sonoma State after a solid career at Amador High School in Sutter Creek...named First Team AllHigh School: Played high school volleyball at Analy High League as a senior...a four-year member of CSF...named a Nor Cal School in Sebastopol...helped lead her team to a league cham- Prove It! Volleyball All-Star in 2005. pionship as a senior. Personal: Chose Sonoma State because she liked the area and Personal: Enjoys the music of Tool and Nine Inch Nails...says the size of the school...lists She’s The Man and The Holiday as her that winning her high school league is her most memorable favorite movies...considers her parents to be her biggest athletic sports moment...allergic to fruits and vegetables, she likes to eat influences...is a fan of the actor Channing Tatum......born 1/14/87. anything with sugar and carbs...6/27/87.

Career Highs

Career Highs

Kills: 12, two times Digs: 3, two times Assists: 1, vs. UC San Diego, 9/26/06 Aces: n/a Blocks: 4, vs. Northwest Nazarene, 8/26/06

Kills: 12, vs. Humboldt State, 10/4/06 Digs: 3, vs. Grand Canyon, 8/25/06 Assists: 1, five times Aces: 1, three times Blocks: 8, vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 10/21/06

Career Statistics Year GP 2006 (Fr) 73

Career Statistics

K 128

E TA Pct 56 368 .196

KPG 1.75

Year D DPG 2006 (Fr) 18 0.25

BS BA BLK 11 57 68

BPG 0.93

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AST 5

SA 3

Year GP 2006 (Fr) 29

K 51

E TA Pct 23 177 .158

KPG 1.76

Year D DPG 2006 (Fr) 16 0.55

BS BA BLK 2 7 9

BPG 0.31

AST 1

SA 0

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Taylor

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Manton

Pos: Libero Class: Senior Hometown: Santa Rosa, Calif Last School: El Molino HS

MANTON, cont’d Personal: Chose Sonoma State for the volleyball program and location...her most memorable sports moment was participating in the 2004 Volleyball Festival Finals...lists her favorite sports team as the Los Angeles Lakers...considers herself a“Harry Potter fanatic”...her favorite team to play against is Chico State...born 8/11/86.

Career Highs

Rachel

2004: Putforth a stong freshman season, finishing third on the team with 192 digs and appearing in 86 games...also third on the squad with 30 service aces...recorded a season-high 18 digs against Cal Poly Pomona (9/24/04)...had 17 digs against regional champion Cal State San Bernardino (11/12/04)...averaged 2.23 digs per game. High School: Was a First Team All-League and First Team All-Empire selection as a senior at El Molino High School in Forestville...reached state finals in 2002 at El Molino...ranked within the top ten percent of her graduating class...played in Volleyball Festival Finals in 2004.

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SEAWOLVES

Kills: 9, vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 9/15/06 Digs: 37, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 10/29/05 Assists: 6, two times 2006: Switched to outside hitter as a junior, Manton turned in Aces: 7, vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 9/15/06 a solid all-around performance, ranking in the team’s top six in Blocks: 4, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/4/06 kills, assists, aces, digs, and blocks...her 321 digs move her into third place in school history with 992 for her career...turned in Career Statistics a season-high 27 digs against Cal State Stanislaus (9/15/06)... Year GP K E TA Pct KPG AST SA recorded career-highs of nine kills and seven service aces in 2004 (Fr) 86 2 2 24 .000 0.02 11 30 that same game against the Warriors (9/15/06)...played in 87 of 2005 (So) 98 2 7 41 -.122 0.02 21 36 a possible 88 games...set a career-high with four blocks against 2006 (Jr) 87 83 45 452 .084 0.95 41 34 Cal State Dominguez Hills (11/3/06)...had double-digit dig totals Totals 271 87 54 517 .064 0.32 73 100 in 19 of 24 matches. Year D DPG BS BA BLK BPG 2005: Set what was then the school record with 4.89 digs per 2004 (Fr) 192 2.23 0 1 1 0.01 game...her 479 digs were second in the conference and second 2005 (So) 479 4.89 0 0 0 0.00 in school history...tied for team lead with 36 service aces...was 2006 (Jr) 321 3.69 0 32 32 0.37 the only player to appear in all 98 games...had over 20 digs in Totals 992 3.66 0 33 33 0.12 a game nine times and over 30 on four occasions...produced double-digit dig totals in 23 of 27 matches...had a career-high 37 digs in win over Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/29/05)...had 36 digs against Northwood (9/3/05)...named Seawolf of the Week (8/25/05).

Pos: Outside Hitter Class: Senior Hometown: Hayward, Calif Last School: Moreau Catholic HS

2006: Set a new career high with 157 kills and 24 blocks...saw her role in the attack increased later in the year...posted 61 attacks against Cal State Stanislaus (10/21/06)...produced double digit kill totals on seven occasions...went for a season-high 17 kills against Cal State Bakersfield (10/13/06)...had 16 kills and just two hitting errors against Stanislaus (10/21/06)...tied her careerhigh with four blocks on two occasions, including the season opener against Alaska (8/26/06). 2005: Appeared in 30 games and had 56 kills...third on the team with a .219 hitting percentage...had a season-high 14 kills in season finale against Cal State Monterey Bay (11/12/05)...also broke career-high with four blocks against CSUMB (11/12/05)... had double-digit kill totals in three of her last four matches. 2004: Showed a lot of skill during freshman campaign...fifth on team with 144 kills, the seventh-best freshman kill total in school history...averaged 2.40 kills per game...appeared in 60 games...recorded 17 kills against Fort Hays State (9/3/04)...had

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SAGAPOLU, cont’d a season-high 18 kills at Cal Poly Pomona (9/24/04)...recorded double-digit kill totals in eight of ten games from September 3rd to October 1st...had five service aces in win over UC Santa Cruz (8/28/04). High School: Competed on varsity volleyball, basketball, and swimming teams at Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward... enrolled in Advanced Placement and Honors classes in high school...received Terraciano Scholarship. Personal: Says that she picked Sonoma State because she liked the trees...hopes to go to law school after graduation and one day become a senator...credits Bill Walsh as her biggest athletic influence...is a fan of the San Francisco 49ers...born 12/20/85.

Career Highs

SEAWOLVES

Kills: 18, vs Cal Poly Pomona, 9/24/04 Digs: 8, vs Abilene Christian, 9/4/04 Assists: 1, five times Aces: 5, vs UC Santa Cruz, 8/28/04 Blocks: 4, three times

Career Statistics

Year GP K E TA 2004 (Fr) 60 144 71 502 2005 (So) 30 56 17 178 2006 (Jr) 66 157 70 582 Totals 156 357 158 1262 Year D 2004 (Fr) 57 2005 (So) 18 2006 (Jr) 58 Totals 133

DPG 0.95 0.60 0.88 0.85

Pct .145 .189 .149 .158

BS BA BLK 6 10 16 3 6 9 4 20 24 13 36 49

KPG 2.40 1.87 2.38 2.29 BPG 0.27 0.30 0.36 0.31

AST 3 0 2 5

SA 15 0 0 15

Kristy

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Sather

Pos: Outside Hitter Class: Junior Hometown: Santa Rosa, Calif Last School: Univ. of Arizona

High School/College: Returns to Sonoma County to finish her playing career and earn her Master’s Degree...graduated from the University of Arizona...also attended UC Santa Barbara, where she starred on the volleyball team...was a three-year team MVP at Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa...named the AllEmpire Athlete of the Year...one of the top ranked players in the area coming out of high school...earned Dean’s List honors three times in college...named a Scholar-Athlete during her freshman season at UC Santa Barbara. Personal: Is earning her Master’s Degree in Education at SSU... recruited by some of the top schools in the nation including UCLA, Arizona State, Pepperdine, and Oregon, before settling on UCSB...her sister, Kaitlin, is a star at UCLA...is a big fan of the Golden StateWarriors...likes the movie Old School and the television show, The Office...born 9/10/84.

Devin

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Scully

Pos: Setter Class: Freshman Hometown: Newark, Calif Last School: Moreau Catholic HS

High School: Arrives at Sonoma State from Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward...was a First Team All-League pick as a junior and senior...named Team MVP and Most Inspirational... earned Hayward Area Athletic League co-Player of the Year honors as a senior. Personal: Wants to become a physical education teacher after graduation...lists Kerry Walsh as her biggest athletic influence... enjoys reading books by James Patterson...likes to eat pasta...has also participated in soccer, basketball, softball, and swimming... born 5/29/89.

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Deanna

Amanda

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Thagard

Vanover

Pos: Setter/Defensive Specialist Class: Sophomore Hometown: Villa Park, Calif Last School: Mater Dei HS

Pos: Outside Hitter Class: Freshman Hometown: Brea, Calif Last School: Brea Olinda HS

2006: Appeared in 55 games as a freshman in 2006...fourth on the team with 101 digs...posted a season-high 15 digs against Cal State Monterey Bay (9/2/06)...produced double-digit dig totals on five occasions...had 13 service aces...recorded 12 digs in her collegiate debut, against Alaska (8/26/06).

High School: A 2007 graduate of Brea Olinda High School... was a two-time All-Century League selection...named to the Honor Roll and cited as a Scholar-Athlete...earned numerous team awards including Most Improved and the Coaches Award.

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Megan

Career Highs

Wong

Kills: 1, two times Digs: 15, vs Cal State Monterey Bay, 9/2/06 Assists: 2, vs Cal State Monterey Bay, 9/2/06 Aces: 2, three times Blocks: n/a

Career Statistics Year GP 2006 (Fr) 55

K 2

Year D DPG 2006 (Fr) 101 1.84

E 3

TA Pct KPG 25 -.040 0.04

BS BA BLK 0 0 0

BPG 0.00

AST 10

SA 13

Pos: Libero/Def. Specialist Class: Freshman Hometown: R. Cucamonga, Calif Last School: Los Osos HS

SEAWOLVES

Personal: Chose Sonoma State because of the location, the High School: Led Mater Dei to the CIF Championship in 2004... volleyball program, and because SSU has her major, kinesiola member of the school’s Honor Roll. ogy...would like to be a physical therapist after graduation... considers her dad to be her biggest influence as an athlete... Personal: Lists Andi Collins as her biggest influence as an ath- enjoys the television show Friends and the movie Goonies...born lete...her biggest sports thrill was winning the CIF title...is a fan of 12/13/88. the movie Father of the Bride II...enjoys wakeboarding, shopping, and sleeping...born 6/3/88.

High School: Comes to Sonoma State from Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga...was a two-time All-league selection...earned Scholar-Athlete recognition...received the team’s Coaches Award as a junior and senior. Personal: Picked Sonoma State because of the volleyball program and the school’s nursing major...her most memorable sports moment was beating Brea Olinda in the CIF Tournament...enjoys the movie,The Replacements...likes to eat fetuccini alfredo...born 5/6/89.

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2006 RESULTS (10-14, 7-13 CCAA, Home: 9-5, Away: 1-9) Attendance 98 98 75 102 200 75 86 119 150 256 144 108 337 288 133 220 363 132 236 144 273 213 129 288

SEAWOLVES

Date Opponent W L Result Score Aug 25 ALASKA# W 3-2 23-30, 30-12, 30-26, 20-30, 15-11 Aug 25 GRAND CANYON# W 3-1 28-30, 30-21, 30-28, 36-34 Aug 26 NORTHWEST NAZARENE# W 3-0 30-20, 30-16, 30-25 Aug 26 No. 17 CENTRAL WASHINGTON L 0-3 14-30, 20-30, 17-30 Aug 30 at Humboldt State* L 0-3 28-30, 18-30, 24-30 Sep 2 at Cal State Monterey Bay* W 3-1 30-27, 24-30, 30-26, 30-23 Sep 7 No. 16 CAL STATE L.A.* L 0-3 16-30, 21-30, 27-30 Sep 9 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD* W 3-0 30-27, 30-19, 30-23 Sep 15 at Cal State Stanislaus* L 2-3 27-30, 30-28, 30-28, 25-30, 13-15 Sep 16 at No. 16 Chico State* L 1-3 25-30, 17-30, 30-20, 28-30 Sep 22 No. 7 CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO* L 0-3 26-30, 22-30, 24-30 Sep 23 CAL POLY POMONA* W 3-1 30-18, 33-31, 26-30, 30-26 Sep 29 at No. 13 UC San Diego* L 0-3 25-30, 22-30, 23-30 Sep 30 at Cal State Dominguez Hills* L 1-3 25-30, 30-20, 28-30, 29-31 Oct 4 HUMBOLDT STATE* W 3-2 30-26, 30-18, 26-30, 26-30, 16-14 Oct 6 CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* W 3-0 30-22, 30-26, 30-17 Oct 13 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 2-3 30-23, 25-30, 30-22, 22-30, 10-15 Oct 14 at No. 18 Cal State L.A.* L 0-3 16-30, 17-30, 22-30 Oct 20 No. 13 CHICO STATE* L 0-3 20-30, 27-30, 20-30 Oct 21 CAL STATE STANISLAUS* W 3-2 30-28, 25-30, 29-31, 30-28, 15-11 Oct 27 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-3 29-31, 23-30, 26-30 Oct 28 at No. 7 Cal State San Bernardino* L 0-3 19-30, 30-32, 20-30 Nov 3 CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS* W 3-1 30-28, 25-30, 35-33, 30-26 Nov 4 No. 11 UC San Diego* L 0-3 27-30, 15-30, 19-30 * CCAA game; #Seawolf Spike Volleyball Tournament (Rohnert Park); home games in CAPS.

2006 STATISTICS Name Michelle Fletcher Rachel Sagapolu Lindsay Webb Katie LeBeau Sarah Illingworth Taylor Manton Kaylee Aizenstadt Danielle Suico Samantha Jagoda Kendall Leatherberry Lillian Harms Caroline Kendall Lindsay Brown Megan Moore Shannon Wall Deanna Thagard Team Opponents

GP K E TA 87 266 100 668 66 157 70 582 69 155 113 580 73 140 84 442 73 128 56 368 87 83 45 452 33 68 36 198 37 59 43 175 29 51 23 177 62 18 5 35 88 9 1 52 8 8 3 36 76 7 1 25 52 4 0 10 34 2 2 14 55 2 3 25 88 1157 585 3839 88 1290 582 3741

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PCT KPG AST .249 3.06 5 .149 2.38 2 .072 2.25 3 .127 1.92 11 .196 1.75 5 .084 0.95 41 .162 2.06 2 .091 1.59 1 .158 1.76 1 .371 0.29 281 .154 0.10 35 .139 1.00 4 .240 0.09 404 .400 0.08 265 .000 0.06 4 -.040 0.04 10 .149 13.15 1074 .189 14.66 1191

SA DIG DPG 8 39 0.45 0 58 0.88 3 67 0.97 5 96 1.32 3 18 0.25 34 321 3.69 0 4 0.12 1 11 0.30 0 16 0.55 14 118 1.90 35 571 6.49 2 1 0.12 20 89 1.17 18 72 1.38 8 51 1.50 13 101 1.84 164 1633 18.56 187 1782 20.25

BS 12 4 5 2 11 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 41

BA BLK 51 63 20 24 14 19 25 27 57 68 32 32 27 30 26 26 7 9 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 265 171.5 310 196.0

BPG 0.72 0.36 0.28 0.37 0.93 0.37 0.91 0.70 0.31 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.95 2.23

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2006 CCAA Standings ALL GAMES

CONFERENCE GAMES

W

L

Cal State San Bernardino UC San Diego Chico State Cal State L.A. Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Stanislaus SONOMA STATE Cal Poly Pomona Humboldt State Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Bakersfield

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1 2 5 7 12 12 13 13 14 15 16

Pct

Home Away

.950 10-0 .900 9-1 .750 7-3 .650 7-3 .400 6-4 .400 6-4 .350 6-4 .350 5-5 .300 6-4 .250 4-6 .200 4-6

9-1 9-1 8-2 6-4 2-8 2-8 1-9 2-8 0-10 1-9 0-10

W

L

27 26 21 18 14 12 10 10 9 8 4

2 3 6 9 15 16 14 15 15 18 16

Pct Streak Home Away

.931 .897 .778 .667 .483 .429 .417 .400 .375 .308 .200

L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L2 L1 L1 W1 L4 L6

13-1 9-1 14-1 10-1 8-3 8-3 7-3 6-4 7-5 5-8 6-5 4-9 9-5 1-9 5-5 2-8 6-4 1-10 5-6 1-9 4-6 0-10

Neutral Last 10

5-0 2-1 5-0 5-2 2-2 2-2 0-0 3-2 2-1 2-3 0-0

8-2 9-1 6-4 6-4 6-4 4-6 4-6 5-5 2-8 2-8 2-8

SEAWOLVES

NCAA Far West Regional (Coussoulis Arena, San Bernardino, Calif.) Thursday, Nov. 9 Friday, Nov. 10 Saturday, Nov. 11

No. 6 Cal State L.A. def. No. 3 BYU-Hawaii, 3-2 No. 2 UC San Diego def. No. 7 Western Washington, 3-1 No. 5 Chico State def. No. 4 Seattle Pacific, 3-2 No. 1 Cal State San Bernardino def. No. 8 Central Washington, 3-0 No. 2 UC San Diego def. No. 6 Cal State L.A., 3-2 No. 1 Cal State San Bernardino def. No. 5 Chico State, 3-1 No. 2 UC San Diego def. No. 1 Cal State San Bernardino, 3-1

All-CCAA Teams

First Team S- Erica Brick, CSUC S- Kayla Van Duyn, CSUS OH- Nicole Courtney, UCSD OH- Rebecca Bailey, UCSD OH- Lindsay Macias, CSUC OH- Tanya White, CSULA OH- Luana Cavalcanti, CSULA OH- Brittany Etchings, CSUMB MB- Sharea Drawn, CSUSB MB- Brianna Koche, UCSD MB- Jamie Houle, CSUC. OPP- Jessica Granados, CSUSB OPP- Katie Hatch-Kinser, CSUSB. L- Meghan Haas, CSUSB Second Team S- Kristin Halvorsen, UCSD S- Keslie Brown, CSULA OH- Lindsey Olhausen, CSUSB OH- Gillian Heydorff, CSUC OH- Jenna Young, CPP OH- Lisa Dogonyaro, CSUSB OH- Katie Hoag, CSUS OH- Michelle Fletcher, SSU OH- Airess Padda, CSULA MB- Kha Tara Steen, CSULA MB- Antoinette Kathol, CPP MB- Vanessa Williams, CPP MB- Sara Rice, CSUSB L- Lillian Harms, SSU

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Molten CCAA Players of the Week Most Valuable Player Nicole Courtney, UCSD Freshman of the Year Gillian Heydorff, CSUC Newcomer of the Year Lindsey Olhausen, CSUSB Coach of the Year Tom Black, UCSD; Cody Hein, CSUC

Aug 21-27: Aug 28-Sep 4: Sep 5-10: Sep 11-17: Sep 18-24: Sep 25-Oct 1: Oct 2-8: Oct 9-15: Oct 16-22: Oct 23-29: Oct 30-Nov 5:

Nicole Courtney, UCSD Rebecca Bailey, UCSD Erica Brick, CSUC Luana Cavalcanti, CSULA Jamie Houle, CSUC Sharea Drawn, CSUSB Nicole Courtney, UCSD Brianna Koche, UCSD Brittany Etchings, CSUMB Vanessa Williams, CPP Brianna Koche, UCSD

AVCA Division II All-Americans

Third Team: Erica Brick, CSUC Honorable Mention: Sharea Drawn, CSUSB; Jessica Granados, CSUSB; Jamie Houle, CSUC.

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District

First Team: Nicole Courtney, UCSD; Brianna Koche, UCSD. Second Team: Katherine Hatch-Kinser, CSUSB; Taylor Manton, SSU.

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YEARLY LEADERS

Kills 1992 Heather Hepburn_________ 399 1993 Michelle Harris_ __________ 312 1994 Jennifer Clifton___________ 334 1995 Kelly Wood_ _____________ 363 1996 Katie Eaton______________ 356 1997 Christina Difani___________ 579 1998 Christina Difani___________ 428 1999 Allison Carey_____________ 221 2000 Kiyomi Shimada__________ 376 2001 Kristen Graham___________ 350 2002 Christine Shiba___________ 381 2003 Erin Manly_______________ 318 2004 Erin Manly_______________ 311 2005 Lindsay Webb____________ 286 2006 Michelle Fletcher_ ________ 266

Service Aces 1992 Fontaine Segerquist________ 39 1993 Jennifer Clifton____________ 50 1994 Michelle Harris_ ___________ 36 1995 Colleen Ferguson__________ 38 1996 Leah Rodriguez____________ 30 1997 Kristian Wintrich___________ 38 1998 Cindy Staka_______________ 34 1999 Allison Carey______________ 24 2000 Kiyomi Shimada___________ 25 2001 Kathleen Gamboa__________ 49 2002 Katie Dolge_______________ 52 2003 Erin Manly________________ 26 Lindsay Smith_____________ 26 Tina Mesquita_____________ 26 2004 Ashley Arriola_____________ 40 2005 Mindy Orth_______________ 36 Taylor Manton_____________ 36 2006 Lillian Harms______________ 35

Blocks 1992 Jolynn Erickson___________ 106 1993 Jennifer Clifton____________ 95 1994 Sarah Wenstrand_ _________ 92 1995 Jennifer Clifton___________ 126 1996 Alexandra Rigg____________ 63 1997 Alexandra Rigg___________ 111 1998 Kristen Graham____________ 78 1999 Kristen Graham____________ 64 2000 Kristen Graham___________ 101 2001 Erin Manly_______________ 118 2002 Erin Manly________________ 78 2003 Megan Dierker_ ___________ 68 2004 Mindy Orth_______________ 63 2005 Kaylee Aizenstadt__________ 75 2006 Sarah Illingworth_ _________ 68 Hitting Percentage (min. 200 kills) 1992 Jolynn Erickson__________ .259 1993 Michelle Harris_ _________ .258 1994 Jennifer Clifton__________ .259 1995 Kelly Wood_ ____________ .286 1996 Christina Difani__________ .327 1997 Christina Difani__________ .304 1998 Christina Difani__________ .226 1999 Allison Carey____________ .202 2000 Kristen Graham__________ .257 2001 Erin Manly______________ .327 2002 Erin Manly______________ .317 2003 Megan Dierker_ _________ .301 2004 Megan Dierker_ _________ .335 2005 Mindy Orth_____________ .305 2006 Michelle Fletcher_ _______ .249

AWARD WINNERS First Team All-Conference 1992 Heather Hepburn Jolynn Erickson 1993 Heather Hepburn Michelle Harris Jolynn Erickson 1994 Jennifer Clifton Michelle Harris 1995 Jennifer Clifton Kelly Wood 1996 Katie Eaton 1997 Christina Difani Leah Rodriguez 2001 Christine Shiba 2004 Ashley Arriola

Second Team All-Conference 1992 Fontaine Segerquist Virginia Thompson 1993 Jamie Boyd Jennifer Clifton 1994 Sarah Wenstrand 1995 Colleen Ferguson 1996 Christina Difani Leah Rodriguez 1997 Alexandra Rigg 2000 Kiyomi Shimada 2001 Kristen Graham Erin Manly 2002 Christine Shiba Erin Manly 2003 Christine Shiba 2004 Erin Manly Megan Dierker 2005 Mindy Orth 2006 Michelle Fletcher Lillian Harms

SEAWOLVES

Assists 1992 Dorothy Rojas____________ 432 1993 Jamie Boyd______________ 507 1994 Colleen Ferguson_________ 931 1995 Colleen Ferguson________ 1116 1996 Kelly Brown______________ 891 1997 Julie Corralejo____________ 980 1998 Nikki Becker_ ____________ 634 1999 Kathleen Gamboa_________ 392 2000 Kristi Rich_ ______________ 623 2001 Kathleen Gamboa________ 1108 2002 Tina Mesquita____________ 938 2003 Tina Mesquita____________ 642 2004 Tina Mesquita____________ 815 2005 Megan Moore____________ 550 2006 Lindsay Brown_ __________ 404

Digs 1992 Heather Hepburn_________ 407 1993 Heather Hepburn_________ 369 1994 Michelle Harris_ __________ 441 1995 Jennifer Clifton___________ 347 1996 Katie Eaton______________ 307 1997 Leah Rodriguez___________ 531 1998 Christina Difani___________ 292 1999 Teresa Sestito_ ___________ 229 2000 Christine Shiba___________ 318 2001 Christine Shiba___________ 460 2002 Christine Shiba___________ 427 2003 Ashley Arriola____________ 417 2004 Ashley Arriola____________ 424 2005 Taylor Manton____________ 479 2006 Lillian Harms_____________ 571

Honorable Mention All-Conference 1992 Jamie Boyd 1994 Kelly Ferguson 1998 Christina Difani CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII 1992 Jolynn Erickson (2) 2006 Rosie Manton (2) NCAC Player of the Year 1993 Heather Hepburn 1997 Christina Difani NCAC Newcomer of the Year 1992 Heather Hepburn NCAC Coach of the Year 1993 Kelly Van Winden (co) 1995 Kelly Van Winden 1997 Kelly Van Winden

Christina Difani was inducted into the SSU Hall of Fame in 2007

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CAREER RECORDS

Total Attempts 1. Christine Shiba (2000-03)_ ______ 3,517 2. Christina Difani (1995-98)_______ 3,516 3. Erin Manly (2001-04)___________ 2,988 4. Sandy Tuttle (2000-03)__________ 2,592 5. Kristen Graham (1998-2001)_____ 2,509 6. Jennifer Clifton (1992-95)_ ______ 2,425 7. Katie Eaton (1993-96)_ _________ 2,230 8. Lindsay Webb (2004-06)_ _______ 2,080 9. Heather Hepburn (1992-93)_ ____ 2,061 10. Michelle Harris (1993-95)________ 2,057

SEAWOLVES

Total Kills 1. Christina Difani (1995-98)_______ 1,429 2. Erin Manly (2001-04)___________ 1,188 3. Christine Shiba (2000-2003)_ ____ 1,161 4. Kristen Graham (1998-2001)______ 928 5. Jennifer Clifton (1992-95)_ _______ 899 6. Sandy Tuttle (2000-2003)_________ 859 7. Megan Dierker (2001-04)_________ 801 8. Katie Eaton (1993-96)_ __________ 746 9. Michelle Harris (1993-94)_________ 724 10. Heather Hepburn (1992-93)_ _____ 709 Kills Per Game (min. 2 years) 1. Christina Difani (1995-98)________ 3.69 2. Michelle Harris (1993-94)_________ 3.60 3. Heather Hepburn (1992-93)_ _____ 3.21 4. Kristen Graham (1998-01)________ 3.00 5. Kiyomi Shimada (1999-00)_ ______ 2.96 6. Christine Shiba (2000-03)_ _______ 2.80 7. Erin Manly (2001-04)____________ 2.78 8. Lindsay Webb (2004-06)_ ________ 2.66 9. Kelly Wood (1994-95)____________ 2.56 10. Megan Dierker (2001-04)_________ 2.32 Total Digs 1. Christine Shiba (2000-2003)_ ____ 1,563 2. Ashley Arriola (2001-04)_ _______ 1,197 3. TAYLOR MANTON (2004-)_______ 992 4. Leah Rodriguez (1994-97)________ 969 5. Jennifer Clifton (1992-95)_ _______ 936 6. Christina Difani (1995-98)________ 902 7. Kristi Nelson (1998-2001)_ _______ 806 8. Katie Eaton (1993-96)_ __________ 803 9. Michelle Harris (1993-94)_________ 796 9. Heather Hepburn (1992-93)_ _____ 776 Digs Per Game (min. 2 years) 1. LILLIAN HARMS (2004-)_ _______4.55 2. Michelle Harris (1993-94)_________ 3.96 3. Christine Shiba (2000-2003)_ _____ 3.77 4. TAYLOR MANTON (2004-)_______3.66 5. Heather Hepburn (1992-93)_ _____ 3.51 6. Ashley Arriola (2001-04)_ ________ 3.13 7. Leah Rodriguez (1994-97)________ 3.06 8. Lindsay Smith (2002-03)_ ________ 2.91 9. Kelly Brown (1996-97)___________ 2.53 10. Kelly Ferguson (1994-95)_________ 2.52

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Total Blocks 1. Kristen Graham (1998-2001)______ 2. Jennifer Clifton (1992-95)_ _______ 3. Erin Manly (2001-04)____________ 4. Robin Lawrence (1998-2001)_ ____ 5. Megan Dierker (2001-04)_________ 6. Jolynn Erickson (1990-93)________ 7. Alexandra Rigg (1996-97)_ _______ 8. Leah Rodriguez (1994-97)________ 9. Sandy Tuttle (2000-03)___________ 10. Sarah Wenstrand (1992-94)_______

361 347 296 271 210 199 174 166 163 156

Service Aces 1. Katie Dolge (1999-2002)_ ________ 115 2. Jennifer Clifton (1992-95)_ _______ 107 3. TAYLOR MANTON (2004-)_______ 100 4. Kristi Nelson (1998-2001)_ ________ 86 5. Sandy Tuttle (2000-2003)__________ 79 Ashley Arriola (2001-04)_ _________ 79 7. Kathleen Gamboa (1999, 2001-02)__ 78 8. Leah Rodriguez (1994-97)_________ 77 Katie Eaton (1993-96)_ ___________ 77 10. Heather Hepburn (1992-93)_ ______ 75 Total Assists 1. Tina Mesquita (2002-04)_ _______ 2,395 2. Colleen Ferguson (1994-95)_ ____ 2,047 3. Kathleen Gamboa (1999, 01-02)__ 1,888 4. Kendall Leatherberry (2003-06)_ _ 1,542 5. Kelly Brown (1996-97)__________ 1,522 6. Jamie Boyd (1992-93)_ _________ 1,280 7. Julie Corralejo (1996-97)________ 1,181 8. Kristi Rich (1999-01)____________ 1,036 9. Megan Moore (2005-06)_ ________ 815 10. Nikki Becker (1998)_ ____________ 634 Assists Per Game (2 years) 1. Tina Mesquita (2002-04)_ _______ 10.32 2. Colleen Ferguson (1994-95)_ ____ 10.23 3. Kelly Brown (1996-97)___________ 9.51 4. Julie Corralejo (1996-97)_________ 9.37 5. Kathleen Gamboa (1999, 2001-02)_ 9.35 6. Jamie Boyd (1992-93)_ __________ 8.26 7. Kristi Rich (1999-01)_____________ 7.35 8. Kendall Leatherberry (2003-06)_ __ 6.11 9. Megan Moore (2005-06)_ ________ 5.58 10. Amanda Perdue (1998-00)_______ 2.76 Games Played 1. Erin Manly (2001-04)____________ 2. Christine Shiba (2000-2003)_ _____ 3. Sandy Tuttle (2000-2003)_________ 4. Kristen Graham (1998-2001)______ 5. Jennifer Clifton (1992-95)_ _______ 6. Christina Difani (1995-98)________ 7. Ashley Arriola (2001-04)_ ________ 8. Cindy Staka (1995-98)___________ 9. Robin Lawrence (1998-2001)_ ____ 10. Kristi Nelson (1998-2001)_ _______

427 415 414 399 397 387 382 362 352 346

Hitting Percentage (2 yr., 1000 Att) 1. Mindy Orth (2003-05)_ __________ .296 2. Megan Dierker (2001-04)_________ .290 3. Erin Manly (2001-04)____________ .266 4. Christina Difani (1995-98)________ .262 5. Kelly Wood (1994-95)____________ .260 6. Jolynn Erickson (1992-93)________ .254 7. Alexandra Rigg (1996-97)_ _______ .246 8. Michelle Harris (1993-94)_________ .231 9. Jennifer Clifton (1992-95)_ _______ .228 10. Katie Eaton (1993-96)_ __________ .223

SEASON RECORDS

Total Attempts 1. Christina Difani (1997)__________ 1,307 2. Michelle Harris (1994)_ _________ 1,226 3. Heather Hepburn (1992)________ 1,207 4. Christine Shiba (2002)__________ 1,130 5. Kiyomi Shimada (2000)_________ 1,111 6. Christina Difani (1998)__________ 1,098 7. Kristen Graham (2001)__________ 1,068 8. Katie Eaton (1996)______________ 958 9. Christine Shiba (2001)___________ 949 10. Kelly Wood (1995)_ _____________ 921 Total Kills 1. Christina Difani (1997)___________ 2. Christina Difani (1998)___________ 3. Michelle Harris (1994)_ __________ 4. Heather Hepburn (1993)_________ 5. Christine Shiba (2002)___________ 6. Kiyomi Shimada (2000)__________ 7. Kelly Wood (1995)_ _____________ 8. Katie Eaton (1996)______________ 9. Kristen Graham (2001)___________ 10. Leah Rodriguez (1997)___________

579 428 412 399 381 376 363 356 350 348

Kills Per Game 1. Christina Difani (1998)___________ 4.55 2. Christina Difani (1997)___________ 4.35 3. Katie Eaton (1996)______________ 3.83 4. Kiyomi Shimada (2000)__________ 3.72 5. Michelle Harris (1994)_ __________ 3.68 6. Christine Shiba (2002)___________ 3.56 7. Michelle Harris (1993)_ __________ 3.51 8. Christina Difani (1996)___________ 3.37 9. Erin Manly (2004)_______________ 3.31 10. Heather Hepburn (1992)_________ 3.22 Total Digs 1. LILLIAN HARMS (2006)_ ________ 2. Leah Rodriguez (1997)___________ 3. TAYLOR MANTON (2005)________ 4. Christine Shiba (2001)___________ 5. Michelle Harris (1994)_ __________ 6. Christine Shiba (2002)___________ 7. Ashley Arriola (2004)____________ 8. Kristin Wintrich (1997)___________ 9. Ashley Arriola (2003)____________ 10. Heather Hepburn (1992)_________

571 531 479 460 441 427 424 418 417 407

Digs Per Game 1. LILLIAN HARMS (2006)_ ________6.49 2. TAYLOR MANTON (2005)________4.89 3. Ashley Arriola (2004)____________ 4.37 4. Leah Rodriguez (1997)___________ 4.02 5. Christine Shiba (2001)___________ 4.00 6. Christine Shiba (2002)___________ 3.99 Michelle Harris (1993)_ __________ 3.99 8. Michelle Harris (1994)_ __________ 3.94 9. Christine Shiba (2003)___________ 3.89 10. Ashley Arriola (2003)____________ 3.86

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Total Blocks 1. Jennifer Clifton (1995)___________ 126 2. Kristen Graham (2001)___________ 118 Erin Manly (2001)_______________ 118 4. Alexandra Rigg (1997)___________ 111 5. Jolynn Erickson (1992)___________ 106 6. Kristen Graham (2000)___________ 101 7. Robin Lawrence (2001)_ _________ 100 8. Jennifer Clifton (1993)____________ 95 9. Jolynn Erickson (1993)____________ 93 10. Sarah Wenstrand (1994)_ _________ 92 Service Aces 1. Katie Dolge (2002)_______________ 2. Jennifer Clifton (1993)____________ 3. Kathleen Gamboa (2001)__________ 4. Erin Manly (2002)________________ 5. Heather Hepburn (1993)__________ 6. Ashley Arriola (2004)_____________ 7. Fontaine Segerquist (1992)________ 8. Kristin Wintrich (1997)____________ Colleen Ferguson (1995)__________ 10. Virginia Thompson (1992)_________

52 50 49 44 41 40 39 38 38 37

Assists Per Game 1. Tina Mesquita (2002)___________ 11.73 2. Tina Mesquita (2004)___________ 11.48 3. Kathleen Gamboa (2001)________ 10.26 4. Colleen Ferguson (1995)________ 10.24 5. Colleen Ferguson (1995)________ 10.23 6. Kelly Brown (1996)_____________ 10.13 7. Julie Corralejo (1997)___________ 10.10 8. Kathleen Gamboa (2002)_________ 9.46 9. Kristi Rich (2000)_ ______________ 9.16 10. Kelly Brown (1997)______________ 8.76 Games Played 1. Alexandra Rigg (1997)___________ 2. Christina Difani (1997)___________ 3. Leah Rodriguez (1997)___________ 4. Amy DuBois (1997)_ ____________ 5. Heather Hepburn (1992)_________ 6. Jennifer Clifton (1995)___________ 7. Mara Drazina (1997)_____________ 8. Erin Manly (2001)_______________ Kelly Wood (1995)_ _____________ Jolynn Erickson (1992)___________

135 133 132 127 124 120 119 118 118 118

Hitting Percentage 1. Megan Dierker (2004)_ __________ .335 2. Christina Difani (1996)___________ .327 Erin Manly (2001)_______________ .327 4. Mindy Orth (2004)______________ .322 5. Erin Manly (2002)_______________ .317 6. Mindy Orth (2005)______________ .305 7. Christina Difani (1997)___________ .304 8. Megan Dierker (2003)_ __________ .301 9. Kelly Wood (1995)_ _____________ .286 10. Alexandra Rigg (1997)___________ .271

JUNIOR RECORDS

Kills 1. Lindsay Webb (2004)____________ 2. Christine Shiba (2000)___________ 3. Erin Manly (2001)_______________ 4. Christina Difani (1995)___________ 5. Kaylee Aizenstadt (2005)_________

242 241 235 186 177

Kills 1. Christina Difani (1997)___________ 2. Christine Shiba (2002)___________ 3. Jennifer Clifton (1994)___________ 4. Erin Manly (2003)_______________ 5. Michelle Harris (1993)_ __________

579 381 334 318 312

Digs 1. Christine Shiba (2000)___________ 2. Kristi Nelson (1998)_ ____________ 3. Amy Davis (1995)_______________ 4. Amy DuBois (1997)_ ____________ 5. Kendall Leatherberry (2003)______

318 211 209 196 195

Digs 1. LILLIAN HARMS (2006)_ ________ 2. Christine Shiba (2002)___________ 3. Kristian Wintrich (1997)__________ 4. Ashley Arriola (2003)____________ 5. Christina Difani (1997)___________

571 427 418 417 366

Assists 1. Nikki Becker (1998)_ ____________ 2. Kendall Leatherberry (2003)______ 3. Megan Moore (2005)____________ 4. Jessica Stevens (1993)___________ 5. LINDSAY BROWN (2006)________

634 626 550 467 404

Assists 1. Colleen Ferguson (1994)_________ 2. Kelly Brown (1996)______________ 3. Tina Mesquita (2003)____________ 4. Jamie Boyd (1993)______________ 5. Kendall Leatherberry (2005)______

931 891 642 507 455

Blocks 1. Erin Manly (2001)_______________ 118 2. Kristen Graham (1998)____________ 78 3. Kaylee Aizenstadt (2005)__________ 75 4. SARAH ILLINGWORTH (2006)_____ 68 5. Robin Lawrence (1998)_ __________ 50

Blocks 1. Kristen Graham (2000)___________ 101 2. Robin Lawrence (2000)_ __________ 80 Jennifer Clifton (1994)____________ 80 4. Megan Dierker (2003)_ ___________ 68 5. Michelle Fletcher (2006)_ _________ 63 Mindy Orth (2004)_______________ 63 Alexandra Rigg (1996)____________ 63

SOPHOMORE RECORDS SENIOR RECORDS Kills 1. Christine Shiba (2001)___________ 2. Erin Manly (2002)_______________ 3. Lindsay Webb (2005)____________ 4. Sandy Tuttle (2001)_ ____________ 5. Megan Dierker (2002)_ __________

346 324 286 284 262

Digs 1. TAYLOR MANTON (2005)________ 2. Christine Shiba (2000)___________ 3. Ashley Cook (2002)_ ____________ 4. Amy DuBois (1998)_ ____________ 5. Ashley Arriola (2002)____________

Kills 1. Christina Difani (1998)___________ 2. Michelle Harris (1994)_ __________ 3. Kiyomi Shimada (2000)__________ 4. Kelly Wood (1995)_ _____________ 5. Katie Eaton (1996)______________

428 412 376 363 356

479 460 276 229 219

Digs 1. Leah Rodriguez (1997)___________ 2. Michelle Harris (1994)_ __________ 3. Ashley Arriola (2004)____________ 4. Heather Hepburn (1993)_________ 5. Christina Shiba (2003)___________

531 441 424 369 358

Assists 1. Kathleen Gamboa (2001)________ 1,108 2. Julie Corralejo (1997)____________ 980 3. Tina Mesquita (2002)____________ 938 4. Kristi Rich (2000)_ ______________ 623 5. Megan Moore (2006)____________ 265 Blocks 1. Jennifer Clifton (1993)____________ 2. Erin Manly (2002)________________ 3. Kristen Graham (1999)____________ 4. Megan Dierker (2002)_ ___________ 5. Robin Lawrence (1999)_ __________

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95 79 64 59 41

SEAWOLVES

Total Assists 1. Colleen Ferguson (1995)________ 1,116 2. Kathleen Gamboa (2001)________ 1,108 3. Julie Corralejo (1997)____________ 980 4. Tina Mesquita (2002)____________ 938 5. Colleen Ferguson (1994)_________ 931 6. Kelly Brown (1996)______________ 891 7. Tina Mesquita (2004)____________ 815 8. Jamie Boyd (1992)______________ 773 9. Tina Mesquita (2003)____________ 642 10. Nikki Becker (1998)_ ____________ 634

FRESHMAN RECORDS

Assists 1. Colleen Ferguson (1995)________ 1,116 2. Tina Mesquita (2004)____________ 815 3. Kelly Brown (1997)______________ 631 4. Leah Rodriguez (1997)____________ 91 5. Kelly Wood (1995)_ ______________ 55 Blocks 1. Jennifer Clifton (1995)___________ 126 2. Kristen Graham (2001)___________ 118 3. Alexandra Rigg (1997)___________ 111 4. Robin Lawrence (2001)_ _________ 100 5. Jolynn Erickson (1993)____________ 93

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GAME RECORDS

Kills 1. Christina Difani (10/12/97)_ _______ 2. Christina Difani (9/12/98)_ ________ Kiyomi Shimada (10/27/00)________ 4. Lindsay Webb (9/1/05)____________ 5. Christina Difani (10/31/98)_ _______ Christina Difani (11/11/98)_ _______ Christine Shiba (9/19/03)__________ Assists 1. Julie Corralejo (10/7/97)_ _________ 2. Julie Corralejo (10/31/97)_ ________ 3. Colleen Ferguson (10/4/95)________ 4. Tina Mesquita (9/7/02)_ __________ Tina Mesquita (9/20/02)_ _________ Tina Mesquita (11/12/04)_ ________

3-Game Match Records 33 29 29 28 27 27 27 70 68 67 66 66 66

SEAWOLVES

Aces 1. Kendall Leatherberry (9/9/05)_______ 9 2. ROSIE MANTON (9/15/06)_________ 7 3. Nine tied with_ __________________ 6 Digs 1. LILLIAN HARMS (9/15/06)________ 2. Leah Rodriguez (11/8/97)_ ________ 3. TAYLOR MANTON (10/29/05)_____ LILLIAN HARMS (8/25/06)________ 5. TAYLOR MANTON (9/3/05)_ ______

50 45 37 37 36

Attempts 1. Lindsay Smith (10/24/03)_ ________ 2. Christina Difani (11/11/98)_ _______ 3. Michelle Harris (10/27/94)_________ Christine Shiba (9/26/03)__________ 5. Lindsay Webb (10/1/05)___________

80 79 74 74 72

Kills: Christina Difani (10/25/97)_______ 24 Assists: Tina Mesquita (9/7/02)_ ______ 48 Aces: Kendall Leatherberry (9/2/05)_____ 9 Digs: LILLIAN HARMS (10/4/06)______ 27 Attempts: Kiyomi Shimada (11/4/00)_ _ 55 Total Blocks: Jennifer Clifton (11/5/93)__ 8 Hitting Pct: Jolynn Erickson (9/25/93)_ .833

4-Game Match Records

Kills: Christina Difani (9/12/98)________ 24 Kiyomi Shimada (10/27/00)________ 24 Assists: Julie Corralejo (10/31/97)_ ____ 68 Aces: Kathleen Gamboa (8/25/01)______ 6 Digs: TAYLOR MANTON (10/29/05)___ 37 Attempts: Christina Difani (11/11/98)__ 79 Total Blocks: Jennifer Clifton (10/17/92)_11 Hitting Pct: Mindy Orth (10/31/01)___ .619

5-Game Match Records

Kills: Christina Difani (10/17/97)_______ 33 Assists: Julie Corralejo (10/17/97)_ ____ 70 Aces: TAYLOR MANTON (9/15/06)_____ 7 Digs: LILLIAN HARMS (9/15/06)______ 50 Attempts: Lindsay Smith (10/24/03)___ 80 Total Blocks: Jolynn Erickson (9/10/93)_ 13 Hitting Pct: Erin Manly (10/31/01)____ .619

3-Game Match: vs. St. Martin’s (9/6/02)_ _____ 64 4-Game Match: vs. San Fran. St (11/8/97)_____ 85 vs. UC Davis (10/4/97)_________________ 85 5-Game Match: vs. Cal St Bak. (9/26/03)_ _____ 82

Assists 1. vs. UC Davis (10/31/97)_ __________ 80 2. vs. CSU Dominguez Hills (9/30/06)__ 74 vs. Cal State Hayward (10/17/97)_ __ 74 3-Game Match: vs. St. Martin’s (9/6/02)_ _____ 60 4-Game Match: vs. UC Davis (10/31/97)______ 80 5-Game Match: vs. CSU Hayward (10/17/97)__ 74

Aces 1. vs. Holy Names (9/1/01)___________ 2. vs. Western State (8/31/02)________ vs. San Francisco State (10/31/01)___ vs. Saint Mary’s (9/23/93)__________

17 16 16 16

3-Game Match: Four games tied with_ ______ 15 4-Game Match: vs. Holy Names (9/1/01)_ ____ 17 5-Game Match: Three games tied with_______ 16

3-Game Match: vs. Grand Canyon (9/20/97)_ 100 4-Game Match: vs. San Fran St (11/8/97)_ ___ 172 5-Game Match: vs. Cal State Hay. (10/17/97)__ 122

Attempts 1. vs. San Francisco State (11/8/97)___ 267 2. vs. San Francisco State (10/7/92)___ 256 3. vs. UC San Diego (10/20/00)_ _____ 243 3-Game Match: vs. UC Davis (10/20/95)_____ 189 4-Game Match: vs. San Fran St (11/8/97)_ ___ 267 5-Game Match: vs. San Fran St (10/7/92)_____ 256

8 7 6 5

Hitting Pct (min. 20 att) 1. Leah Rodriguez (9/10/97)_ _______ .700 2. Erin Manly (11/1/02)_ ___________ .650 3. Mindy Orth (8/27/05)____________ .640 4. Christina Difani (10/27/97)_ ______ .622 5. Christina Difani (9/28/96)_ _______ .613

Kills 1. vs. San Francisco State (11/8/97)____ 85 vs. UC Davis (10/4/97)_ ___________ 85 3. vs. Cal State Bakersfield (9/26/03)___ 82

Digs 1. vs. San Francisco State (11/8/97)___ 172 2. vs. Cal State Hayward (10/17/97)_ _ 122 3. vs. San Francisco State (10/7/92)___ 119

Total Blocks 1. Jolynn Erickson (9/10/93)_ ________ 13 2. Megan Willis (10/31/03)___________ 10 3. Virginia Thompson (10/17/92)_ _____ 9 Sarah Wenstrand (9/10/93)_________ 9 Mindy Orth (10/29/04)_____________ 9 Solo Blocks 1. Jolynn Erickson (9/10/93)_ _________ 2. Sarah Wenstrand (9/8/94)__________ 3. Jolynn Erickson (10/15/93)_ ________ 4. Four tied with____________________

TEAM RECORDS

Lillian Harms set a new match record for digs last season (50).

Total Blocks 1. vs. Cal State L.A. (9/10/93)________ 23.0 2. vs. Cal State L.A. (9/20/97)________ 18.0 3. vs. Cal State Bakersfield (9/16/97)__ 15.5 vs. Fresno Pacific (10/13/92)_ _____ 15.5 vs. Dominican (9/12/00)_ ________ 15.5 3-Game Match: vs. Chico State (11/5/93)____14.0 4-Game Match: vs. Dominican (9/12/00)_ ___15.5 5-Game Match: vs. Cal State L.A. (9/10/93)___23.0

Hitting Percentage 1. vs. Michigan Tech (9/9/92)________ .554 2. vs. Western Oregon (9/7/02)______ .474 3. vs. Notre Dame de Namur (10/27/95)__ .473 4. vs. Cal State Hayward (10/13/93)_ _ .468 5. vs. Cal State Stanislaus (10/7/05)___ .427 3-Game Match: vs. Michigan Tech (9/9/92)_ _.554 4-Game Match: Two games tied at_________.362 5-Game Match: vs. Humboldt St (10/14/94)__.318

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YEARLY RESULTS

1994

1992

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

1993

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 22-7, 10-2 NCAC 9/3 Colorado Christian W 9/10 Cal State L.A. W 9/10 UC Riverside L 9/11 Cal St. Dom. Hills W 9/11 Cal Poly Pomona L 9/17 Grand Canyon L 9/18 Chaminade W 9/23 Saint Mary’s W 9/25 UC Santa Cruz W 9/28 UC Davis* L 10/1 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/2 Humboldt State* W 10/7 Alaska-Anchorage W 10/8 Alaska-Anchorage W 10/9 Alaska-Fairbanks W 10/10 Alaska-Fairbanks W 10/13 Cal State Hayward* W 10/15 San Francisco State* W 10/16 Grand Canyon L 10/19 Fresno Pacific W 10/23 Chico State* W 10/26 UC Davis* L 10/29 Humboldt State* W 11/3 Menlo W 11/5 Chico State* W 11/6 Cal State Stanislaus* W 11/10 Cal State Hayward* W 11/13 San Francisco State* W 11/19 Portland State# L * NCAC match # NCAA Division II Tournament match

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

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

1997

1995

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 20-11, 10-2 NCAC 9/1 vs. Denver W 9/1 vs. Pt. Loma Nazarene L 9/1 vs. Fort Lewis W 9/2 vs. Grand Canyon L 9/5 Southern Oregon L 9/8 vs. Grand Canyon L 9/8 vs. West Texas A&M W 9/9 vs. Cal St. Dom. Hills W 9/9 vs. Michigan Tech L 9/19 UC Davis* L 9/21 at Cal State L.A. L 9/22 vs. South Dakota State L 9/22 vs. Master’s College W 9/23 vs. Westmont W 9/23 vs. Cal Poly Pomona W 9/29 at Notre Dame de N. W 9/30 Chico State* W 10/3 at Cal State Hayward* W 10/6 vs. Cal St. San Bern. W 10/7 vs. UC Davis L 10/13 San Francisco State* W 10/14 Humboldt State* W 10/20 at UC Davis* L 10/21 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/27 Notre Dame de N. W 10/28 at Chico State* W 11/1 at Fresno Pacific L 11/3 Cal State Hayward* W 11/4 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 11/8 at San Francisco State* W 11/10 at Humboldt State* W * NCAC match

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1996

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 19-8, 8-4 NCAC 8/30 vs. Western Oregon^ L 0-3 8/30 vs. Portland State^ L 0-3 8/31 vs. Cal Poly Pomona^ W 3-0 8/31 vs. Denver^ W 3-1 9/11 at Alaska-Fairbanks W 3-1 9/12 at Alaska-Fairbanks W 3-1 9/13 at Alaska-Anchorage W 3-1 9/14 at Alaska-Anchorage L 1-3 9/21 Master’s College W 3-1 9/27 vs. Cal St. Dom. Hills% W 3-0 9/27 vs. Cal Poly Pomona% W 3-1 9/28 vs. Grand Canyon% L 2-3 9/28 Humboldt State* L 2-3 10/4 at UC Davis* L 0-3 10/5 at Chico State* W 3-2 10/8 Notre Dame de N. W 3-0 10/12 San Francisco State* W 3-1 10/19 at Cal St. Stanislaus* W 3-0 10/19 at Cal State Hayward* W 3-2 10/23 Holy Names W 3-0 10/25 at Humboldt State* W 3-0 11/1 Chico State* W 3-0 11/2 UC Davis* L 1-3 11/5 at Holy Names W 3-0 11/8 at San Francisco State* W 3-1 11/15 Cal State Hayward* L 0-3 11/16 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-0 ^ Portland St. Tournament (Portland, OR) % UC Davis Tournament (Davis, CA) * NCAC match

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

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 24-13, 11-1 NCAC 8/29 vs. Regis^ L 8/29 vs. Ferris State^ W 8/29 vs. Mercyhurst^ W 8/30 vs. Cal State Bakersfield^ L 9/5 vs. Christian Heritage% W 9/5 vs. Cal State L.A.% L 9/6 vs. Incarnate Word% W 9/6 vs. Cal State Hayward% W 9/10 Cal Poly Pomona W 9/12 UC San Diego W 9/16 Cal State Bakersfield L 9/19 vs. Puget Sound# L 9/19 vs. UC Riverside# L 9/20 vs. Grand Canyon# W 9/20 vs. Cal State L.A.# L 9/24 Humboldt State* W 9/26 vs. Cal Poly Pomona@ L 9/27 vs. Cal State L.A.@ L 9/27 vs. West Texas A&M@ L 10/3 Chico State* W 10/4 UC Davis* W 10/8 at Dominican W 10/10 at San Francisco State* W 10/11 at Notre Dame de N. W 10/14 at Holy Names W 10/17 Cal State Hayward* W 10/18 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/22 at Humboldt State* W 10/24 vs. Chico State$ W 10/24 vs. Grand Canyon$ L 10/25 vs. Mesa State$ W

SEAWOLVES

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 16-8 9/5 Seattle Pacific W 9/7 Portland State L 9/9 Michigan Tech W 9/9 Cal St. Dom. Hills W 9/11 Portland State L 9/11 Cal State L.A. W 9/12 UC Riverside W 9/12 Cal St. San Bernardino W 9/16 Cal St. San Bernardino W 9/18 Cal State L.A. L 9/18 Cal Poly Pomona L 9/18 Cal St. San Bernardino W 9/19 Cal State Hayward W 9/19 Cal State Stanislaus W 9/22 UC Davis L 9/26 Nebraska-Omaha W 9/26 Denver W 9/27 Minnesota-Mankato L 9/27 Angelo State L 9/29 Cal State Hayward W 10/7 San Francisco State W 10/9 Cal State Stanislaus W 10/13 Fresno Pacific L 10/17 Humboldt State W

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 15-16, 8-4 NCAC 9/1 Chaminade W 9/1 Hawaii-Hilo L 9/2 UC Riverside L 9/2 Cal State Bakersfield L 9/3 Hawaii Pacific L 9/8 Grand Canyon W 9/9 Cal St. Dom. Hills W 9/9 Cal State L.A. L 9/10 Cal St. San Bernardino W 9/10 Denver W 9/13 Dominican W 9/16 Chico State* W 9/21 San Francisco State* W 9/23 Portland State L 9/23 Regis L 9/24 Cal State Bakersfield L 9/24 Tampa L 9/28 UC Davis* W 9/29 Cal State Hayward* W 10/5 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/7 Humboldt State* L 10/11 Saint Mary’s L 10/14 Grand Canyon L 10/15 Cal Poly Pomona L 10/18 Fresno Pacific W 10/19 San Francisco State W 10/21 Chico State* L 10/25 Cal State Hayward* W 10/27 UC Davis* L 10/29 Humboldt State* L 11/4 Cal State Stanislaus* W * NCAC match

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

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10/25 vs. Cal St. San Bern.$ L 2-3 10/31 at UC Davis* W 3-1 11/1 at Chico State* W 3-0 11/8 San Francisco State* W 3-1 11/14 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-1 11/15 at Cal State Hayward* L 1-3 ^ CSU Bakersfield Tourn. (Bakersfield, CA) % Fresno Pacific Tournament (Fresno, CA) # UC Davis Tournament (Davis, CA) @ Cal Poly Pomona Tourn. (Pomona, CA) $ Chico State Tournament (Chico, CA) * NCAC match

SEAWOLVES

1998

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 10-16, 6-16 CCAA 8/28 vs. Southern Oregon^ W 3-0 8/29 vs. Oregon Tech^ W 3-2 8/29 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks^ W 3-1 9/11 Cal State Bakersfield* L 1-3 9/12 Cal State Stanislaus* W 3-1 9/18 UC Riverside* L 1-3 9/19 Cal St. San Bern.* L 0-3 9/25 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-3 9/26 at Grand Canyon* L 0-3 10/2 Cal St. Dom. Hills* L 2-3 10/3 Cal State L.A.* L 1-3 10/7 San Francisco State* L 1-3 10/9 UC Davis* W 3-1 10/10 at Chico State* W 3-0 10/16 at Cal State Stanislaus* L 1-3 10/17 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 0-3 10/23 at Cal St. San Bern.* L 0-3 10/24 at UC Riverside* L 0-3 10/30 Grand Canyon* L 0-3 10/31 Cal Poly Pomona* L 1-3 11/3 Holy Names W 3-0 11/6 at Cal State L.A.* L 0-3 11/7 at Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 3-1 11/11 at San Francisco State* W 3-1 11/13 Chico State* W 3-1 11/14 at UC Davis* L 2-3 * CCAA match ^ Humboldt St. Tournament (Arcata, CA)

10/23 UC Riverside* L 10/26 at Cal State Hayward* L 10/29 at Grand Canyon* L 10/30 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 11/5 Cal State L.A.* L 11/6 Cal St. Dom. Hills* L 11/10 San Francisco State* W 11/12 at Chico State* W 11/13 UC Davis* L * CCAA match

2000

Head Coach: Jon Stevenson Record: 7-21, 6-16 CCAA 8/29 at Seattle Pacific L 8/30 at Western Washington L 9/1 at Alaska-Fairbanks W 9/2 at Alaska-Fairbanks L 9/8 Cal Poly Pomona* L 9/9 Cal St. San Bern.* L 9/12 at Dominican L 9/15 at Grand Canyon* L 9/16 at UC San Diego* L 9/22 Cal State L.A.* L 9/23 Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 9/28 at San Francisco State* W 9/29 Chico State* W 9/30 at UC Davis* L 10/3 at Notre Dame de N. L 10/6 at Cal State Stanislaus* L 10/7 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 10/13 at Cal St. San Bern.* L 10/14 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 10/20 UC San Diego* L 10/21 Grand Canyon* L 10/27 at Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 10/28 at Cal State L.A.* L 11/1 San Francisco State* W 11/3 at UC Davis* L 11/4 at Chico State* W 11/10 Cal State Bakersfield* L 11/11 Cal State Stanislaus* L *CCAA match

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

2001

1999

Head Coach: Kelly Van Winden Record: 6-20, 5-17 CCAA 9/2 LIU-C.W. Post W 9/3 Cal State Hayward L 9/6 Seattle Pacific L 9/10 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 9/11 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 9/17 at UC Riverside* L 9/18 at Cal St. San Bern.* L 9/24 Cal Poly Pomona* L 9/25 Grand Canyon* L 10/1 at Cal St. Dom. Hills* L 10/2 at Cal State L.A.* L 10/6 at San Francisco State* W 10/8 Chico State* W 10/9 at UC Davis* L 10/15 Cal St. Stanislaus* L 10/16 Cal St. Bakersfield* L 10/22 Cal St. San Bern.* L

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

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

8/24 8/24 8/25 8/25 8/28 8/31 8/31 9/1 9/1 9/1 9/7 9/8 9/14 9/15 9/21 9/22 9/26 9/28 9/29 10/5 10/6

Head Coach: Jon Stevenson Record: 22-11, 12-10 CCAA vs. Humboldt State^ W vs. San Francisco State^ W vs. Central Washington^ W vs. Saint Martin’s W at Dominican W vs. Chaminade& W vs. North Dakota& W vs. Holy Names& W vs. Florida Tech& L vs. Chaminade& W UC San Diego* L Grand Canyon* L at Cal St. Dom. Hills* W at Cal State L.A.* L at UC Davis* L at Chico State* L San Francisco State* W Cal State Bakersfield* W Cal State Stanislaus* W at Cal St. San Bern.* L at Cal Poly Pomona* W

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

10/9 Pacific Union W 10/12 at Grand Canyon* W 10/13 at UC San Diego* L 10/19 Cal State L.A.* L 10/20 Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 10/26 Chico State* W 10/27 UC Davis* W 10/31 at San Francisco State* W 11/2 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 11/3 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 11/10 Cal St. San Bernardino* L 11/9 Cal Poly Pomona* W *CCAA match ^ Chico State Tournament (Chico, CA) & Cal St. Stanislaus Tourn.(Turlock, CA)

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

2002

Head Coach: Bear Grassl Record: 15-14, 10-12 CCAA 8/30 vs. Augustana^ L 0-3 8/30 vs. Seattle Pacific^ W 3-0 8/31 vs. Western Wash.^ L 0-3 8/31 vs. Western State^ W 3-2 9/6 vs. Saint Martin’s& W 3-0 9/7 vs. Western Oregon& W 3-0 9/7 at Central Wash.& W 3-2 9/13 Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 3-0 9/14 Cal State L.A.* W 3-1 9/20 UC Davis* W 3-1 9/21 Chico State* W 3-2 9/27 at Cal State Bakersfield* W 3-1 9/28 at Cal State Stanislaus* L 1-3 10/2 at San Francisco State* W 3-0 10/4 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-3 10/5 at Cal St. San Bern.* L 0-3 10/11 Grand Canyon* W 3-2 10/12 UC San Diego* L 1-3 10/18 at Cal State L.A.* L 0-3 10/19 at Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 3-2 10/25 at Chico State* L 1-3 10/26 at UC Davis* W 3-0 11/1 Cal State Stanislaus* L 0-3 11/2 Cal State Bakersfield* L 1-3 11/6 San Francisco State* W 3-0 11/8 Cal St. San Bern.* L 0-3 11/9 Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-3 11/15 at UC San Diego* L 1-3 11/16 at Grand Canyon* L 2-3 *CCAA match ^ Coyote Classic (San Bernardino, CA) & Central Wash. Tourn. (Ellensburg, WA)

2003

8/29 8/30 8/30 9/5 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/13 9/14 9/19 9/20 9/26

Head Coach: Bear Grassl Record: 15-14, 10-12 CCAA vs. Western Washington^ L vs. BYU-Hawaii^ L vs. Central Washington^ W vs. Montana St-Bil& W at Humboldt State& W vs. Montana St-Bil& W at Humboldt State& W at Cal St. Dom. Hills* W at Cal State L.A.* L at UC Davis* L at Chico State* L Cal State Bakersfield* W

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

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9/27 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/1 San Francisco State* W 10/3 Cal Poly Pomona* W 10/4 Cal St. San Bernardino* L 10/10 at Grand Canyon* W 10/11 at UC San Diego* L 10/17 Cal State L.A.* L 10/18 Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 10/24 Chico State* L 10/25 UC Davis* W 10/31 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 11/1 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 11/5 at San Francisco State* W 11/7 at Cal St. San Bernardino* L 11/8 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 11/14 UC San Diego* L 11/15 Grand Canyon* L *CCAA match ^ Coyote Classic (San Bernardino, CA) & Humboldt St. Tourn. (Arcata, CA)

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

8/27 8/27 8/28 8/28 9/2 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/9 9/10 9/16

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

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

SERIES HISTORIES

Abilene Christian_ _______________0-1 Alaska (Fairbanks)________________7-1 Alaska-Anchorage_ ______________3-1 Angelo State____________________0-1 Augustana College_______________0-1 BYU-Hawaii_____________________0-2 Cal Poly Pomona_______________ 9-17 Cal State Bakersfield____________ 4-18 Cal State Dominguez Hills_______ 19-4 Cal State East Bay (Hayward)_____ 11-3 Cal State L.A.__________________ 3-23 Cal State Monterey Bay_ __________4-2 Cal State San Bernardino________ 5-19 Cal State Stanislaus_____________ 23-6 Central Washington______________3-1 Chaminade_____________________4-0 Charleston_____________________1-0 Chico State___________________ 20-9 Christian Heritage_______________1-0 Colorado Christian_______________1-0 Denver University________________4-0 Dominican (CA)_ ________________4-1 Ferris State_ ____________________1-0 Fort Hays State__________________0-1 Fort Lewis______________________1-0 Fresno Pacific_ __________________2-2 Grand Canyon_________________ 7-15 Hawaii-Hilo_____________________0-1 Hawaii Pacific_ __________________0-2 Holy Names_____________________6-0 Humboldt State_ ______________ 13-4 Incarnate Word__________________1-0 LIU-C.W. Post____________________1-0 Master’s College_________________2-0 Menlo College_ _________________1-0 Mercyhurst_____________________1-0 Mesa State_ ____________________1-0 Michigan Tech___________________1-1 Minnesota State-Mankato_________1-1 Montana State-Billings____________2-0 Nebraska-Omaha________________2-0 North Dakota_ __________________1-0 Northwest Nazarene_ ____________1-1 Northwood_____________________0-1 Notre Dame de Namur____________4-1 Oregon Tech____________________1-0 Pacific Union College_____________1-0 Point Loma Nazarene_____________0-1 Portland State___________________0-5 Puget Sound____________________0-1 Regis University_ ________________0-2 San Francisco State_____________ 23-1 Seattle Pacific___________________2-2 South Dakota State_ _____________0-1 Southern Oregon________________1-1 Southwest, College of_ ___________1-0 Saint Martin’s (WA)_______________3-0 Saint Mary’s (CA)_________________1-1 Tampa_________________________0-1 UC Davis_____________________ 8-16 UC Riverside____________________1-7 UC San Diego_________________ 2-13 UC Santa Cruz___________________2-0 West Texas A&M_________________1-1 Western Oregon_________________2-1 Western State___________________1-0 Western Washington_ ____________0-3 Westmont College_ ______________1-0 William Penn____________________1-0

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

Head Coach: Bear Grassl Record: 10-14, 7-13 CCAA 8/25 Alaska^ W 8/25 Grand Canyon^ W 8/26 Northwest Nazarene^ W 8/26 Central Washington^ L 8/30 at Humboldt State* L 9/2 at Cal St. Mont. Bay* W 9/7 Cal State L.A.* L 9/9 Cal State Bakersfield* W 9/15 at Cal State Stanislaus* L 9/16 at Chico State* L 9/22 Cal St. San Bernardino* L 9/23 Cal Poly Pomona* W 9/29 at UC San Diego* L 9/30 at Cal St. Dom. Hills* L 10/4 Humboldt State* W 10/6 Cal St. Monterey Bay* W 10/13 at Cal St. Bakersfield* L 10/14 at Cal State L.A.* L 10/20 Chico State* L 10/21 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/27 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 10/28 at Cal St. San Bernardino* L 11/3 Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 11/4 UC San Diego* L *CCAA match ^Seawolf Spike (Rohnert Park)

2005

Head Coach: Bear Grassl Record: 11-16, 5-13 CCAA vs. William Penn^ W vs. College of Southwest^ W vs. Humboldt State^ W vs. Charleston^ W vs. Hawaii Pacific& L vs. Saint Martin’s& W vs. Northwest Nazarene& L vs. Northwood& L Cal State Bakersfield* L Cal State L.A.* L at Cal St. San Bernardino* L

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

2006

2004

Head Coach: Bear Grassl Record: 14-12, 9-9 CCAA 8/27 vs. Western Oregon^ W 8/27 vs. BYU-Hawaii^ L 8/28 vs. UC Santa Cruz^ W 8/28 vs. Holy Names^ W 9/3 vs. Fort Hays State& L 9/3 vs. Minnesota-Mank& W 9/4 vs. Abilene Christian& L 9/4 vs. Nebraska-Omaha& W 9/11 at Cal St. Mont. Bay* W 9/17 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 9/18 at Cal State L.A.* L 9/24 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 9/25 at Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 10/1 Chico State* W 10/2 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/8 at UC San Diego* L 10/9 at Cal St. San Bern.* L 10/15 Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 10/16 Cal Poly Pomona* W 10/22 Cal St. Mont. Bay* W 10/29 Cal State L.A.* L 10/30 Cal State Bakersfield* L 11/5 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 11/6 at Chico State* W 11/12 Cal St. San Bern.* L 11/13 UC San Diego* L *CCAA match ^ Otter Classic (Seaside, CA) & Coyote Classic (San Bernardino, CA)

9/17 at UC San Diego* L 9/23 at Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 9/24 at Cal Poly Pomona* L 9/28 Dominican W 10/1 Cal State Monterey Bay* L 10/7 Cal State Stanislaus* W 10/8 Chico State* L 10/14 at Cal State L.A.* L 10/15 at Cal State Bakersfield* L 10/21 UC San Diego* W 10/22 Cal St. San Bernardino* L 10/28 Cal Poly Pomona* L 10/29 Cal St. Dom. Hills* W 11/4 at Chico State* L 11/5 at Cal State Stanislaus* W 11/12 at Cal St. Monterey Bay* L *CCAA match ^ Otter Classic (Seaside, CA) & Coyote Classic (San Bernardino, CA)

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YEARLY CONFERENCE STANDINGS 1992 NCAC

W L UC Davis 11 1 Chico State 11 1 SONOMA STATE 8 4 Humboldt State 6 6 San Francisco State 4 8 Cal State Stanislaus 1 11 Cal State Hayward 1 11

1993 NCAC

W L UC Davis 11 1 SONOMA STATE 10 2 Chico State 9 3 San Francisco State 6 6 Humboldt State 3 9 Cal State Stanislaus 3 9 Cal State Hayward 0 12

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1994 NCAC

W L UC Davis 10 2 Chico State 9 3 Humboldt State 8 4 SONOMA STATE 8 4 Cal State Hayward 3 9 Cal State Stanislaus 2 10 San Francisco State 2 10

1995 NCAC

W L SONOMA STATE 10 2 UC Davis 9 3 Humboldt State 8 4 Chico State 6 6 San Francisco State 5 7 Cal State Hayward 4 8 Cal State Stanislaus 0 12

1996 NCAC

W L UC Davis 11 1 SONOMA STATE 8 4 San Francisco State 8 4 Cal State Hayward 8 4 Humboldt State 4 8 Chico State 3 9 Cal State Stanislaus 0 12

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1997 NCAC

W L SONOMA STATE 11 1 Cal State Hayward 10 2 Humboldt State 7 5 San Francisco State 7 5 UC Davis 5 7 Chico State 2 10 Cal State Stanislaus 0 12

1998 CCAA

W L Cal State Bakersfield 19 3 UC Riverside 18 4 Cal State L.A. 18 4 CSU San Bernardino 17 5 Grand Canyon 16 6 UC Davis 12 10 Cal Poly Pomona 9 13 San Francisco State 8 14 SONOMA STATE 6 16 CSU Dominguez Hills 6 16 Cal State Stanislaus 3 19 Chico State 0 22

1999 CCAA

W L Cal State L.A. 19 3 Cal State Bakersfield 19 3 CSU San Bernardino 18 4 Grand Canyon 17 5 Cal Poly Pomona 13 9 UC Riverside 12 10 CSU Dominguez Hills 8 14 Cal State Stanislaus 8 14 UC Davis 6 16 SONOMA STATE 5 17 San Francisco State 5 17 Chico State 2 20

2000 CCAA

W L Cal State L.A. 22 0 Cal State Bakersfield 16 6 CSU San Bernardino 16 6 UC San Diego 15 7 Grand Canyon 14 8 Cal Poly Pomona 13 9 UC Davis 12 10 Cal State Stanislaus 11 11 SONOMA STATE 6 16 CSU Dominguez Hills 4 18 San Francisco State 1 21 Chico State 1 21

2001 CCAA

W L CSU San Bernardino 20 2 UC San Diego 17 4 Cal State L.A. 17 5 Cal State Bakersfield 16 6 SONOMA STATE 12 10 Chico State 12 10 UC Davis 10 12 Grand Canyon 9 12 Cal Poly Pomona 8 14 Cal State Stanislaus 7 13 CSU Dominguez Hills 2 20 San Francisco State 0 22

2002 CCAA

W L CSU San Bernardino 20 2 UC San Diego 19 3 Cal State L.A. 15 7 Chico State 14 8 Cal Poly Pomona 14 8 Cal State Stanislaus 13 9 Cal State Bakersfield 13 9 SONOMA STATE 10 12 Grand Canyon 8 14 UC Davis 4 18 San Francisco State 1 21 CSU Dominguez Hills 1 21

2003 CCAA

W L CSU San Bernardino 20 2 UC San Diego 19 3 Cal State Bakersfield 18 4 Cal Poly Pomona 14 8 Cal State L.A. 13 9 UC Davis 11 11 Chico State 10 12 SONOMA STATE 10 12 Grand Canyon 10 12 CSU Dominguez Hills 4 18 San Francisco State 2 20 Cal State Stanislaus 1 21

2004 CCAA

W L UC San Diego 18 0 CSU San Bernardino 16 2 Cal State Bakersfield 12 6 Cal Poly Pomona 12 6 Cal State L.A. 10 8 SONOMA STATE 9 9 CSU Dominguez Hills 6 12 Chico State 4 14 Cal State Stanislaus 2 16 CSU Monterey Bay 1 17

2005 CCAA

W L Cal State L.A. 16 2 Cal Poly Pomona 16 2 CSU San Bernardino 13 5 Cal State Bakersfield 13 5 UC San Diego 11 7 Chico State 8 10 SONOMA STATE 5 13 CSU Monterey Bay 5 13 CSU Dominguez Hills 2 16 Cal State Stanislaus 1 17

2006 CCAA

W L CSU San Bernardino 19 1 UC San Diego 18 2 Chico State 15 5 Cal State L.A. 13 7 CSU Monterey Bay 8 12 Cal State Stanislaus 8 12 SONOMA STATE 7 13 Cal Poly Pomona 7 13 Humboldt State 6 14 CSU Dominguez Hills 5 15

NCAC CHAMPIONS 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis SONOMA STATE UC Davis SONOMA STATE

CCAA CHAMPIONS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Bakersfield Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State San Bernardino Cal State San Bernardino Cal State San Bernardino UC San Diego Cal State L.A. Cal Poly Pomona Cal State San Bernardino

NCAA DIVISION II CHAMPIONS 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

Sacramento State UC Riverside Cal State Northridge Portland State Portland State UC Riverside Cal State Northridge Portland State Cal State Bakersfield West Texas A&M West Texas A&M Portland State Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Barry Nebraska-Omaha West Texas A&M Hawaii Pacific BYU-Hawaii Hawaii Pacific Barry BYU-Hawaii North Alabama Barry Grand Valley State Tampa

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CCAA members have won 145 NCAA Championships (98 The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) has been one of the nation’s most successful intercollegiate men, 47 women) which is far and away the most of any athletic conferences since its establishment in December Division II conference. 1938. The CCAA has undergone several changes in conference The 11-member league is home to some of the nation’s fin- membership since charter members UC Santa Barbara, est NCAA Division II athletic programs in Cal Poly Pomona, Fresno State, San Diego State and San Jose State came Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State L.A., Cal State San Ber- together to form the league in 1938. Over the past 68 years, nardino, Cal State Stanislaus, Chico State, UC San Diego, San a number of institutions have been members of the CCAA, Francisco State and Sonoma State. Additionally, California including Cal State Northridge, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, State University, Monterey Bay has begun its provisional sta- Chapman, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, Pacific, tus as a CCAA member. In 2006, Humboldt State departed Pepperdine, UC Riverside, UC Davis and Grand Canyon from the Great Northwest Athletic Conference and joined University. the CCAA. CCAA Office: (925) 472-8299 These institutions compete in seven women’s and six men’s Commissioner: Robert J. Hiegert Asst. Commissioner/SWA: Christine Halsey CCAA-sponsored sports. Fall sports include men’s and Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations: Al Barba women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. Men’s and women’s basketball are con- Coordinator of Officiating: Dr. Bill White tested in the winter, and women’s tennis, men’s golf, men’s Dir. of Championships/Marketing: Alison Vidal and women’s outdoor track & field, softball and baseball comprise spring competition.

WESTERN OREGON WOLVES (8/24)

CSU SAN BERNARDINO COYOTES (9/8-10/12)

NORTHWEST NAZARENE CRUSADERS (8/24)

CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS TOROS (9/14-10/20)

SEATTLE REDHAWKS (8/26)

CSU MONTEREY BAY OTTERS (9/19-10/24)

Coach: Joe Houck Location: Monmouth, Ore Conference: GNAC 2006 Record: 9-17, 5-11 GNAC SID: Russ Blunck; blunckr@wou.edu; 503-838-8160

Coach: Shannon Ellis Location: Seattle, Wash Conference: GNAC 2006 Record: 18-9, 9-7 GNAC SID: Jason Behenna; behennaj@seattleu.edu; 206-296-5915

Coach: Scott Davenport Location: Carson, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 8-18, 5-15 CCAA SID: Mel Miranda; mmiranda@csudh.edu; 310-243-3764

Coach: Jody Garry Location: Seaside, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 14-15, 8-12 CCAA SID: Embele Awipi; embele_awipi@csumb.edu; 831-582-4783

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Coach: Jared Sliger Location: Nampa, Idaho Conference: GNAC 2006 Record: 14-12, 9-7 GNAC SID: Craig Stensgaard; cmstensgaard@nnu.edu; 208-467-8856

Coach: Kim Cherniss Location: San Bernardino, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 27-2, 19-1 CCAA SID: Mike Murphy; michaelj@csusb.edu; 909-537-5012

HUMBOLDT STATE LUMBERJACKS (9/21-10/27) Coach: Devin Grant Location: Belmont, Calif Coach: Sue Woodstra Location: Arcata, Calif Conference: Pac West 2006 Record: 14-23, 3-12 Pac West Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 9-15, 6-14 CCAA SID: Scott Kimmelman; skimmelman@ndnu.edu; 650-508-3690 SID: Sarah Finney; skf8@humboldt.edu; 707-826-5966 NOTRE DAME de NAMUR ARGONAUTS (8/26-9/15)

BYU-HAWAII SEASIDERS (8/30)

CAL STATE STANISLAUS WARRIORS (9/28-11/3)

CENTRAL WASHINGTON WILDCATS (8/31)

CHICO STATE WILDCATS

Coach: Wilfred Navalta Location: Laie, Hawaii Conference: Pac West 2006 Record: 20-1, 15-0 Pac West SID: Scott Lowe; lowes@byuh.edu; 808-293-3313

Coach: Mario Andaya Location: Ellensburg, Wash Conference: GNAC 2006 Record: 19-8, 10-6 GNAC SID: Jonathan Gordon; gordonj@cwu.edu; 509-963-1485

CHAMINADE SILVERSWORDS (8/31)

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Coach: Glennie Adams Location: Honolulu, Hawaii Conference: Pac West 2006 Record: 17-6, 11-4 Pac West SID: Maurice Maggiolino; mmagiol@chaminade.edu; 808-739-8579

HAWAII PACIFIC SEA WARRIORS (9/1)

Coach: Daryl Kapis Location: Honolulu, Hawaii Conference: Pac West 2006 Record: 9-15, 6-9 Pac West SID: John Barry; jbarry@hpu.edu; 808-544-0220

Coach: Christina Difani Location: Turlock, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 12-16, 8-12 CCAA SID: Hung Tsai; htsai@warriorathletics.com; 209-667-3168

(9/29-11/2) Coach: Cody Hein Location: Chico, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 21-6, 15-5 CCAA SID: Teresa Clements; tclements@csuchico.edu; 530-898-4658

CAL STATE L.A. GOLDEN EAGLES (10/5-11/10) Coach: Bill Lawler Location: Los Angeles, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 18-9, 13-7 CCAA SID: Paul Helms; phelms@calstatela.edu; 323-343-5308

UC SAN DIEGO TRITONS (10/6-11/9)

Coach: Tom Black Location: La Jolla, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 26-3, 18-2 CCAA SID: Mark Oshidar; moshidari@ucsd.edu; 858-534-8437

CAL POLY POMONA BRONCOS (9/7-10/13)

Coach: Rosie Wegrich Location: Pomona, Calif Conference: CCAA 2006 Record: 10-15, 7-13 CCAA SID: Mark Reinhiller; mtreinhiller@csupomona.edu; 909-869-2812

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Department Info

Phone_ ______________________________ 707-664-2521 Fax _ ________________________________ 707-664-4104 Website______________________ sonomaseawolves.com Director of Athletics_ _____________________ Bill Fusco

Phone: 707-664-2521; E-Mail: bill.fusco@sonoma.edu

Assistant Athletics Director_ ________ Brandon Bronzan

Phone: 707-664-2358; E-Mail: brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu

Assistant Athletics Director/SWA______ Yvonne Burbank

Phone: 707-664-2641; E-Mail: yvonne.burbank@sonoma.edu

Faculty Athletic Representative________ Dr. Duane Dove

Phone: 707-664-2954 E-Mail: duane.dove@sonoma.edu

Administrative Analyst_________________ Nancy Crosat

Phone: 707-664-2521; E-Mail: nancy.crosat@sonoma.edu

Equipment Manager______________________ Willie Lee

Phone: 707-664-2106; E-Mail: willie.lee@sonoma.edu

Special Events Coordinator_ ___________ dept. Megan Catton

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Phone: 707-664-2750; E-Mail: catton@sonoma.edu

Sports Information Phone_______________ 707-664-2358 Sports Information Fax__________________ 707-664-3291 Sports Information Director_________ Brandon Bronzan Phone: 707-664-2358; E-Mail: brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu Sports Information Assistant__________Katie Burroughs Sports Information Assistant____________ Mike Kovanis Athletic Training Phone_________________ 707-664-2937 Head Athletic Trainer_ _____________________ Dave Orr

Phone: 707-664-2937; E-Mail: david.orr@sonoma.edu

Asst. Athletic Trainer______________________ Bo Owens

Phone: 707-664-4316; E-Mail: bo.owens@sonoma.edu

Graduate Asst. Athletic Trainer_ ___________ Julie Miller

Coaches

Baseball_ ______________________________ John Goelz

Phone: 707-664-2524; E-Mail: john.goelz@sonoma.edu

Men’s Basketball_ ______________________Pat Fuscaldo

Phone: 707-664-2110; E-Mail: fuscaldo@sonoma.edu

Men’s/Women’s Golf_ __________________ Val Verhunce

Phone: 707-799-0712; E-Mail: valv@adobecreek.com

Men’s Soccer________________________ Marcus Ziemer

Phone: 707-664-2614; E-Mail: ziemer@sonoma.edu

Men’s Tennis____________________ Steve Cunninghame

Phone: 707-664-2657; E-Mail: steve.cunninghame@sonoma.edu

Softball_______________________________ Jaime Wallin

Phone: 707-664-2656; E-Mail: bear.grassl@sonoma.edu

Women’s Basketball_ ____________________ Mark Rigby

Director of Athletics

Bill Fusco is now in his eleventh year as the Director of Athletics at Sonoma State University. Under his leadership, SSU intercollegiate teams have become a competitive force since joining the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) in 1998. SSU teams have performed well at the regional and national level during his tenure. Fusco has overseen an unprecedented number of changes in the SSU intercollegiate athletic program, since his arrival in 1997. SSU Athletics has successfully moved into the CCAA, initiated the awarding of athletic scholarships, transitioned to a new mascot, established media partnerships and has expanded fund raising through special events like Bidnight Madness and the Annual Fund Drive of the Seawolves Athletic Association. Fusco has served as President of the CCAA (2004-05) and is the Past President of the NCAA Division II Athletics Directors Association. He also served for four years (1999-2003) on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). Fusco also served on the NCAA Division II Degree Completion Scholarship Committee and the NCAA West Region Women’s Tennis Committee. He is currently serving a term on the California State University Risk Management Authority Athletic Injury Medical Expense Board. Fusco was recently appointed to a four-year term on the NCAA Championships Committee. With over 26 years of combined athletic administrative experience, Fusco has served as Director of Athletics at the University of San Francisco and Dominican University of California and as Sports Information Director at St. Mary’s College in Moraga and the University of San Francisco. He is an adjunct faculty member in the USF Graduate Sports Management Program where has taught an elective class titled Administrative Leadership in Intercollegiate Athletics. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Dominican University and has taught a class titled Introduction to Sports Management.

Phone: 707-664-4054; E-Mail: wallinj@sonoma.edu

Volleyball______________________________ Bear Grassl

Bill Fusco

Fusco resides in Petaluma with his wife Cathy and their daughter Marissa (16). Their son Michael (20) attends Long Beach State University.

Phone: 707-664-2498; E-Mail: mark.rigby@sonoma.edu

Women’s Cross Country_ ________________ Mark James

Phone: 707-664-2290; E-Mail: tridents@att.net

Women’s Soccer_____________________ Luke Oberkirch

Phone: 707-664-2481; E-Mail: luke.oberkirch@sonoma.edu

Women’s Tennis_______________________ Tracey Prince

Phone: 707-664-2291; E-Mail: tracey.prince@sonoma.edu

Women’s Water Polo________________ Coralie Simmons

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Phone: 707-664-2688; E-Mail: tba

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Active Members

Join The Team That Supports The Teams... We invite you to join Sonoma State University’s Seawolves Athletic Association (SAA). Membership in SAA provides an opportunity for alumni, friends, parents, businesses, and other orgranizations to support the student-athletes at Sonoma State. Your annual financial support makes it possible for our student-athletes to compete at the highest level in NCAA Division II, both regionally and nationally. For more information, contact Megan Catton at (707) 664-2750.

Craig Butcher Rick Catton Terry Catton Philip Paskal Bob Proctor Jose Ramirez Lou Steinberg

Advisory Members Liz Clark Alicia Hansel Trevor Howe Kurt Ludwigsen Tracey Shayewitz

Brandon Bronzan

Assistant Athletics Director Sports Information Director

Brandon Bronzan is in his sixth year as Sports Information Director and second as Assistant Athletics Director at Sonoma State University. Appointed as S.I.D. in October 2002, Bronzan oversees publicity and media relations matters concerning the Sonoma State athletic department. In 2006, Bronzan was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director where he has additional responsibilities in the areas of scheduling, event management and website development, especially in the areas of e-commerce and audio/ video streaming.

Katie Burroughs

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Sports Information Staff

Phone: (707) 664-2358; Fax: (707) 664-3291; Email: brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu; Office: PE20

Sports Information Assistant

Mike Kovanis

Sports Information Assistant

Prior to coming to Sonoma State, Bronzan was a Media Relations Assistant with the Tennessee Smokies, then Class AA affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. Bronzan also worked for the Visalia Oaks and as a student assistant in the Sports Information department at SSU. He is a 2001 graduate of Sonoma State University with a B.S. in Business Administration (Management). A member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Bronzan serves on the organization’s Publications Committee and Membership Services Committee. He is also a voting member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers of America (NCBWA) and coordinator of the Daktronics Division II All-West Region Men’s Soccer team.

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Sonoma State University occupies 269 acres in the beautiful wine country of Sonoma County, in Northern California. Located at the foot of the Sonoma hills, the campus is just an hour’s drive north of San Francisco and 40 minutes away from the Pacific Ocean. The relatively small campus allows for close faculty-student interaction. Currently, campus housing accommodates 2,400 students in both apartment and residential suite style facilities.

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Founded in 1960 as a teacher education center for the North Bay, Sonoma State University is now a liberal arts and sciences university dedicated to providing high-quality undergraduate education and selected professional graduate programs. Dedicated to the liberal arts and sciences and known for its active use of technology., the SSU educational experience fosters intellectual, cognitive, social and personal growth. The faculty and staff of Sonoma State provide close mentoring relationships and an education that fosters ethical exploration, civic engagement, social responsibility, and global awareness combined with a solid foundation in an academic discipline. Sonoma State University also serves as an educational and cultural resource for its region by offering courses, lectures, workshops and programs that are open to the public and by entering into partnerships with local businesses, industries, and cultural and educational institutions to enhance the quality of life in the North Bay and beyond.

Bachelor’s Degree Offerings American Multicultural Studies Anthropology Art Art History Biology Business Administration Chemistry Chicano and Latino Studies Communication Studies Computer Science Criminal Justice Administration Economics Engineering English Environmental Studies French Geography Geology

History Human Development Hutchins School of Liberal Studies Kinesiology Mathematics Music Nursing Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish Special Majors Theatre Arts Women’s and Gender Studies

Master’s Degree Offerings Biology Business (MBA) Computer & Engineering Science Counseling Cultural Resources Management Education English History Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS) Kinesiology Nursing Psychology Public Administration (MPA)

As California’s premier public undergraduate institution, SSU has a commitment to graduating students who have the ability to think critically and ethically and can effectively use information technology. Alumni Association SSU has an active Alumni Association that maintains a continuing connection between the University and its alumni, sponsoring educational projects, programs and activities to continue the relationship students have with their university. Degree/Program Offerings Within its 36 academic departments, SSU offers 41 bachelor’s degree programs and 14 master’s degree programs. In addition, the University offers a joint master’s degree in mathematics with San Francisco State University and a joint doctorate in educational administration with California State University, Sacramento and the University of California, Davis. The University offers 9 credential programs and eight undergraduate and graduate certificate programs. Basic teaching credential programs in education include multiple subject, multiple subject BCLAD, single subject, administrative services, reading/language arts (certificate or specialist), special education (mild/moderate or moderate/severe), pupil personnel services (via the Counseling Department).

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2007 Sonoma State Volleyball Media Guide