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COACHING STAFF QUICK FACTS Location..........................................Rohnert Park, Calif. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Athletics Phone.................................. (707) 664-2521 Athletics Fax....................................... (707) 664-4104 President.......................................Dr. Ruben Armiñana Director of Athletics....................................... Bill Fusco Faculty Athletic Rep...............................Dr. Duane Dove Home Facility........................................... Seawolf Field Enrollment...........................................................7,500 Founded................................................................1961 Colors.................................Navy, Columbia Blue, White Conference....................................None (independent) National Affiliation................................ NCAA Division II Head Coach...................................Steve Cunninghame Coach’s Phone................................... (707) 664-2657 Record at SSU........................................... 16th season Assistant Coach......................................Joaquin Lopez 2009 Record........................................................ 11-9 Sports Info. Coordinator...............................Tyler Lobe Sports Info. Phone............................. (707) 664-2478 Sports Info. Fax................................. (707) 664-3291 E-Mail.............................................. lobe@sonoma.edu Website............................. www.sonomaseawolves.com CREDITS The 2010 Sonoma State Men’s Tennis media guide was written and designed by Associate Athletics Director Brandon Bronzan. Photography by Tracey Prince, Brandon Bronzan, Alex Martin, and Stephen Kirschenmann.

TABLE OF CONTENTS COACHING STAFF Head Coach Steve Cunninghame..............................................................................................4 Assistant Coach Joaquin Lopez................................................................................................5 TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Roster.............................................................................................................................6 2010 Schedule.........................................................................................................................6 Student-Athlete Bios........................................................................................................... 7-10 Taylor Bianco.....................................................................................................................7 Drexler Dy..........................................................................................................................7 Scott Gaynor.......................................................................................................................7 Aaron Hamilton..................................................................................................................8 Ryan Harris........................................................................................................................8 Stewart Hutton...................................................................................................................8 Bryce Keefer......................................................................................................................9 Andrew Khuri-Yakub...........................................................................................................9 Connor Olson.....................................................................................................................9 David Paull...................................................................................................................... 10 Anthony Rollins............................................................................................................... 10 Quan Vu.......................................................................................................................... 10 2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW 2009 Team Results................................................................................................................ 10 2009 Individual and Team Statistics...................................................................................... 10 PROGRAM HISTORY Individual Records................................................................................................................. 11 All-Time Honors..................................................................................................................... 11 Yearly Match-By-Match Results............................................................................................. 12 Yearly Match Records............................................................................................................ 13 Post-Season Appearances.................................................................................................... 13 Opponent Histories................................................................................................................ 13 MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION Department Information...................................................................................................14-15 Corporate Sponsors.............................................................................................................. 16


COACHING STAFF

STEVE CUNNINGHAME HEAD COACH

Steve Cunninghame returns for his 16th season as coach of the Sonoma State men’s tennis team. Last year’s team finished 7-10 after going up against some of the top competition in Division I and Division II tennis. They also qualified for the NCAA West Regionals for the second straight year and fourth time since the program was resurrected in 1998. A player for the Cossack tennis team in 1979 and again from 1981-83, Cunninghame served as an assistant coach to Jay Potter from 1984-87, focusing his coaching skills on the men’s team.

CAREER RECORD YEAR

OVERALL

CCAA

1997

13-11

--

1998

6-12

--

1999

12-13

5-7

2000

15-7

7-1

2001

14-10

5-3

2002

13-9

4-4

2003

9-10

4-4

2004

11-10

4-4

2005

9-11

6-4

2006

10-8

7-3

2007

8-10

6-4

2009

6-11

2-6

2010

11-9

6-4

148-131

56-44

Career

In 1988, he was named the head coach of the women’s team and took over the head coaching duties for both teams the following year. As head coach of the SSU women’s squad, Cunninghame compiled a 70-42 record, coached the Cossacks’ first tennis All-American, and led five nationally ranked teams, including the 1989-90 team that finished ninth in the nation. In men’s tennis, Cunninghame compiled a record of 36-64 before the sport, along with five others, was dropped at the end of the 1991-92 school year due to budget constraints. The team was resurrected in 1997-98, and Cunninghame also returned to lead the team to a 11-9 mark in their first season back in NCAA competition.

JOAQUIN LOPEZ ASSISTANT COACH

Joaquin Lopez enters his fifth year with the Sonoma State men’s tennis team in 2007. A graduate of the University of Arkansas, Lopez was named the university’s top student-athlete as a senior. He then played four years of professional tennis, defeating several Top 100 ATP players. In 1996, Lopez received his Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology in Spain. He has coached top juniors in Germany and has worked as a tennis psychologist with professional players in Spain. Lopez graduated in May 2000 from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology with a Master’s in Counseling Psychology. Currently, Joaquin has a psychotherapy and sports psychology private practice. He also teaches Transformational Tennis at La Cantera Tennis Club. He resides in Forestville with his wife Aimee and two children, Ian and Vida.


TEAM INFORMATION TEAM ROSTER

NAME Taylor Bianco Drexler Dy Scott Gaynor Aaron Hamilton Ryan Harris Stewart Hutton Bryce Keefer Andrew Khuri-Yakub Connor Olson David Paull Wayne Prim Anthony Rollins Quan Vu

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

2010 SPRING SCHEDULE

HEIGHT 5-11 5-7 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-0

DATE OPPONENT Tue-Feb. 2 AMERICAN RIVER CC (exh) Tue-Feb. 9 SANTA ROSA JC (exh) Thu-Feb. 11 Grand Canyon Fri-Feb. 12 Western New Mexico Sat-Feb. 13 Midwestern State Sun-Feb. 14 Montana State-Billings Mon-Feb. 15 Hawaii-Hilo Sat-Feb. 20 Santa Clara Thu-Feb. 25 SIERRA JC (exh) Thu-Mar. 4 Saint Mary’s Fri-Mar. 12 UC San Diego Sat-Mar. 13 Hawaii Pacific Sun-Mar. 14 Hawaii-Hilo Sat-Mar.20 ALUMNI (exh) Sun-Mar. 21 SAN FRANCISCO Fri-Mar. 26 Western New Mexico Sat-Mar.27 Pomona Pitzer Sun-Mar. 28 Cal Poly Pomona Sat-Apr. 3 UC Davis Fri-Apr. 9 FOOTHILL CC (exh) Sat-Apr. 10 UC SANTA CRUZ Sun-Apr. 11 UC SAN DIEGO Sun-Apr. 18 Nevada Apr. 23-25 Ojai Valley Tournament May 6-8 NCAA West Regionals May 12-14 NCAA Championship Finals

HOMETOWN Hollywood, Fla. San Jose, Calif. Pacific Palisades, Calif. Woodland Hills, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Santa Rosa, Calif. San Clemente, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif. Santa Rosa, Calif. Viroqua, Wisc. Lake Tahoe, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Altos, Calif.

LAST SCHOOL Appalachian State Saint Lawrence Academy Santa Rosa JC Nordhoff HS Point Loma HS Santa Rosa JC Concordia-Irvine Foothill CC Montgomery HS Viraqua HS BYU Independent Study Santa Monica HS Mountain View HS

LOCATION TIME ROHNERT PARK 1:00 pm ROHNERT PARK 2:00 pm Glendale, Ariz. 3:30 pm Glendale, Ariz. 6:30 pm Glendale, Ariz. 3:30 pm Glendale, Ariz. 3:30 pm Glendale, Ariz. 9:30 am Santa Clara, Calif. 12:00 pm ROHNERT PARK 1:00 pm Moraga, Cailf. 12:00 pm La Jolla, Calif. 2:00 pm Pomona, Calif. 10:00 am Pomona, Calif. 9:00 am ROHNERT PARK 1:00 pm ROHNERT PARK 1:30 pm Pomona, Calif. 9:00 am Pomona, Calif. 2:00 pm Pomona, Calif. 10:00 am Davis, Calif. 1:30 pm ROHNERT PARK 2:00 pm ROHNERT PARK 2:00 pm ROHNERT PARK 11:00 am Reno, Nev. 10:00 am Ventura, Calif. tba tba tba Altamonte, Fla. tba


MEET THE SEAWOLVES TAYLOR BIANCO YEAR: Junior HOMETOWN: Hollywood, Fla. LAST SCHOOL: Appalachian State

COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL: Transfers to Sonoma State from Appalachian State, an NCAA Division I school in Boone, North Carolina...went 2-0 for the Mountaineers in 2008...is a graduate of Chamiande-Madonna High School in Hollywood, Florida...was his team’s captain as a junior and senior...earned Team MVP honors and was a Dean’s List selection. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because he wanted to experience a new place...lists his parents as his biggest athletic influence...his career goals include swimming with dolphins and walking on the moon...is a fan of Andre Agassi.

DREXLER DY

YEAR: Freshman HOMETOWN: San Jose, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Saint Lawrence Academy HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State as a 2009 graduate of Saint Lawrence Academy in Santa Clara. PERSONAL: Selected Sonoma State because it was a nice campus and wasn’t too far from home...lists his parents as his biggest influence as an athlete...Michael Chang is his favorite athlete and the Chicago Bulls are his favorite team...likes Asian food.

SCOTT GAYNOR YEAR: Junior HOMETOWN: Pacific Palisades, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Santa Rosa Junior College

2008-09: Posted a 5-3 overall record in singles, balancing time between the No. 5 and No. 6 positions...working primarily with Anthony Rollins, he went 7-4 in doubles action...four of his singles victories came on the Seawolves’ trip to Colorado... earned a doubles victory over the No. 3 team from Saint Mary’s in the season opener. . JUNIOR COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL: Transferred to Sonoma State from Santa Rosa Junior College where he was an All-State doubles player as a sophomore...won the conference doubles championship...is a graduate of Pacific Palisades High School...a two-sport athlete, he helped guide the PPHS football team to a CIF Championship and No. 11 national ranking...played four years of football and tennis. PERSONAL: A Business Finance major, Gaynor is among the top 10% of all business majors at Sonoma State and a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society...is vice president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C.) at SSU...roots for Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers...considers his father to be his biggest influence as an athlete.


MEET THE SEAWOLVES AARON HAMILTON YEAR: Sophomore HOMETOWN: Woodland Hills, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Calabasas High School

2008-09: Posted a 1-5 record in singles play as a freshman in 2009...played primarily at the No. 5 position, though his lone victory came at No. 4 against Grand Canyon...went 2-6 in doubles competition, teaming with Zel Sperry, Andrew Khuri-Yakub, and Scott Gaynor. HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Sonoma State as a 2008 graduate of Calbasas High School. PERSONAL: His career goals include playing professional tennis and becoming a CPA...is a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers... lists Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori as his favorite athlete.

RYAN HARRIS

YEAR: Freshman HOMETOWN: San Diego, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Point Loma High School HIGH SCHOOL: A recent graduate of Point Loma High School in San Diego, Harris was a three-time All-League selection in doubles for the Pointers...was a member of two CIF Division II Championship teams. PERSONAL: Picked Sonoma State because he liked the size, location, and campus...lists his former coach Ed Harris as his biggest influence as an athlete...is a fan of Roger Federer and the San Diego Chargers...likes the television show, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

STEWART HUTTON YEAR: Junior HOMETOWN: Santa Rosa, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Santa Rosa Junior College

JUNIOR COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from nearby Santa Rosa Junior College...earned the 2008 ITA/ Arthur Ashe Jr. Sportsmanship and Leadership Award at SRJC...a two-time All-Big 7 selection...was teh 2007 Big 7 Conference champion in doubles...graduated from Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa...named All-NCS for doubles in 2005...included on the NCS Distinguished Scholar Team...was a Second Team All-League selection in singles as well. PERSONAL: Decided on Sonoma State in part because of the psychology program...wants to become a children’s psychologist after graduation...his biggest sports thrill to date was beating Mt. Tam in the NCS team quarterfinals...is a fan of the Sacramento Kings...didn’t play tennis seriously until his junior year of high school...once scored 46 points in a basketball game.


MEET THE SEAWOLVES BRYCE KEEFER

YEAR: Junior HOMETOWN: San Clemente, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Concordia University-Irvine COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from Concordia University in Irvine...also played collegiately at Saddleback Junior College in Mission Viejo...is a graduate of Saddleback Valley Christian School...named Most Athletic in his senior class... helped team to CIF Championship in baseball...a member of the Dean’s List at Saddleback Valley Christian. PERSONAL: Majoring in Psychology, he would like to become a sports psychologist following graduation...lists his Dad as his biggest athletic influence...is a fan of the San Diego Chargers and tennis star Roger Federer...his favorite actress is Sandra Bullock...enjoys watching ESPN.

ANDREW KHURI-YAKUB YEAR: Senior HOMETOWN: Palo Alto, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Foothill Community College

COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL: Transferred to Sonoma State from Foothill Community College in Mountain View...is a 2005 graduate of Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto. PERSONAL: Majoring in Business Administration...is a fan of Dan Boyle and the San Jose Sharks...credits his former tennis coach as his biggest athletic influence because of his philosophies towards tennis and life...his goals for this season are to work hard and enjoy his final season.

CONNOR OLSON YEAR: Senior HOMETOWN: Santa Rosa, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Montgomery High School

2008-09: Moved into the No. 1 singles spot and responded with a very strong season, going 12-10 overall...also went 9-1 in doubles...reached the semi-finals of the ITA Fall Regionals...swept UC San Diego’s No. 1 players, Kazumi Negishi...his .526 career winning percentage is sixth on the all-time list...owns 30 career singles victories to rank fourth and 39 doubles victories to rank third on the charts. 2007-08: Tied for the team lead in singles victories with 11...was 9-7 overall at No. 2 and 2-3 at No. 3 singles...posted 14 doubles victories with teammate Jeff Stollberg...went 8-6 at No. 2 doubles and 6-1 at No. 3 doubles. 2006-07: Named SSU Athletics’ Male Freshman of the Year after an impressive rookie campaign...compiled a 7-7 overall singles record at the No. 3 and No. 4 positions...posted his first collegiate victory in a 5-4 win over Western New Mexico (3/16/07)...teamed with Brandon Buskirk to go 15-5 in doubles competition. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa...was a two-time All-Empire selection for the Vikings. PERSONAL: Majoring in Criminal Justice, he would like to practice law after graduation...is a fan of the San Francisco 49ers and tennis star Andy Roddick...his goals for the 2010 season are to maintain his national ranking and advance to the NCAA Regionals.


MEET THE SEAWOLVES DAVID PAULL

YEAR: Junior HOMETOWN: Viroqua, Wisc. LAST SCHOOL: New Braunfels High School HIGH SCHOOL: Born in Colorado and hailing from Wisconsin, Paull comes to California after a standout high school career in Texas...helped lead his New Braunfels team to two state championships...earned sportsmanship and academic awards in his time at New Braunfels. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of its unique combination of academics and successful athletics...would like to one day earn a Master’s Degree in Architecture...his favorite tennis player is Rafael Nadal...likes the music of Dave Matthews Band... lists Phil Hendrie as his biggest athletic influence.

ANTHONY ROLLINS YEAR: Junior HOMETOWN: Los Angeles, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Santa Monica High School

2008-09: Posted an 8-1 overall record in doubles...was 7-1 with teammate Scott Gaynor at the No. 3 position...the duo won six matches against NCAA Division II foes and went 2-0 against NCAA Division I opponents...went 2-3 in singles, playing all his matches at the No. 6 position. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Santa Monica High School in Southern California. PERSONAL: Majoring in History, Rollins would like to be a high school history teacher after graduation...lists his father as his biggest athletic influence...is a fan of French tennis star Richard Gasquet...his goal for the 2010 season is to go undefeated in doubles play.

QUAN VU

YEAR: Senior HOMETOWN: Los Altos, Calif. LAST SCHOOL: Mountain View High School 2008-09: Went 9-8 overall in singles play, including a perfect 4-0 mark at the No. 5 position...finished the season on a high not, winning five of his last six matches...was 0-2 in doubles action...currently ranks sixth on the career chart with 23 victories in singles play...his .469 winning percentage is also ninth among players with at least 20 victories...his 14 wins at the No. 6 singles position are also a school record. 2007-08: Tallied a carer-high ten singles victories as a sophomore, good for third on the team...was 1-0 at No. 4, 2-4 at No. 5, and 7-6 at No. 6...had three separate three-match winning streaks...partnered with Logan Bailey and Andy Muesse to go 0-3 in doubles. 2006-07: Competed mostly at No. 6 singles as a freshman...went 4-8 overall (4-2 at No. 6 singles)...appeared in one doubles match (0-1). HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-time Most Valuable Player at Mountain View High School...played No. 1 singles all four years. PERSONAL: Majoring in Business Administration at Sonoma State...is a fan of the San Francisco 49ers and Golden State Warriors...lists Frank Gore as his favorite athlete.


2009 RECAP TEAM RESULTS DATE Jan. 28 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Mar. 1 Mar. 10 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 17

OPPONENT W L SCORE OVERALL at Saint Mary’s L 0-7 0-1 at UC Santa Cruz L 1-8 0-2 vs. Abilene Christian L 2-7 0-3 vs. Colorado State-Pueblo W 8-1 1-3 vs. Midwestern State L 2-7 1-4 at Grand Canyon W 8-1 2-4 vs. Hawaii-Hilo L 0-9 2-5 at Fresno Pacific L 1-8 2-6 at Nevada L 0-7 2-7 SWARTHMORE W 8-1 3-7 vs. Western New Mexico W 5-4 4-7 at UC San Diego L 1-8 4-8 at Cal Poly Pomona W 5-4 5-8 at Santa Clara L 2-5 5-9 at Colorado State-Pueblo W 7-2 6-9 vs. Mesa State W 7-2 7-9 at Colorado Christian W 9-0 8-9 at Metro State L 4-5 8-10 UC SAN DIEGO L 4-5 8-11

SINGLES STATISTICS NAME 1 Scott Gaynor - Aaron Hamilton - Jeremy Heckley - Andrew Khuri-Yakub - Chris Kubicka - Connor Olson 9-9 Anthony Rollins - Jordan Smith - Zel Sperry 0-1 Quan Vu -

2 - - 4-3 - - - - - 4-7 -

DOUBLES STATISTICS

NAME 1 Olson/Smith 8-10 Heckley/Khuri-Y - Gaynor/Rollins - Hamilton/Sperry - Heckley/Sperry - Hamilton/Khuri-Y - Olson/Vu 0-1 Khuri-Y/Sperry -

2 - 0-2 - 0-1 8-5 0-1 - 0-1

3 - - 2-6 0-2 - - - 2-1 2-2 0-2

3 TOTAL - 8-10 0-1 0-3 7-1 7-1 1-1 1-2 0-1 8-6 0-2 0-3 - 0-1 - 0-1

4 - 1-0 0-1 0-5 0-2 - - 3-2 - 2-3

5 3-1 0-4 1-0 1-0 - - - 2-3 - 4-0

6 2-2 0-1 - - 3-0 - 2-3 0-1 - 3-2

NAME Gaynor/Hamilton Kubicka/Rollins Gaynor/Kubicka Gaynor/Khuri-Y

1 L L W W W W L L L W L W W L L L W L W

2 L L L W W L L L L W W L L L W W W L W

3 L L L W L W L L L L W L W L L W W L L

4 L L L W L W L L L W L L L L W W W L L

5 L W L W L W L L L W W L W W W W W W L

6 L L W W L W L W L W L L L W W W W W L

DUAL TOURN. TOTAL 5-3 0-0 5-3 1-5 0-0 1-5 7-10 0-1 7-11 1-7 2-1 3-8 3-2 0-0 3-2 9-9 3-1 12-10 2-3 0-0 2-3 7-7 1-1 8-8 6-10 0-0 6-10 9-7 0-1 9-8

1 - - - -

2 - - - -

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

1 L L L W L W L L L W W L L L W L W W W

2 L L L L L W L L L W W L W L W W W L W

3 W L L W L W L L L W L L W W W W W W L


TEAM RECORDS INDIVIDUAL WINS

CAREER 1. Nestor Bernabe (1999-01, 03)...75 2. Andy Muesse (2005-08)..............39 3. Tom Miskimin (1998-00).............38 4. CONNOR OLSON (2007-)..... 30 5. J.C. Arzaga (2000-01).................24 6. Eric Twitchell (1999-00)..............23 QUAN VU (2007-).............. 23 8. Brett Mastaler (1998-99)............21 9. Mark Krzysik (2001-02)..............20 10. Kevin Harrigan (2000-01)...........19 SEASON 1. Nestor Bernabe (1999)...............21 Nestor Bernabe (2000)...............21 3. Eric Twitchell (1999)....................20 4. Jordan Walker (2000)..................18 5. Nestor Bernabe (2001)...............17 6. Nestor Bernabe (2003)...............16 7. Tom Miskimin (1998)...................14 8. Tom Miskimin (1999)...................13 Mark Krzysik (2001)....................13 10. Four tied with................................12

CAREER WINNING PCT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

MIN. 20 VICTORIES Nestor Bernabe (1999-01, 03)...765 Eric Twitchell (1999-00)............719 J.C. Arzaga (2000-01)...............632 Tom Miskimin (1998-00)...........576 Andy Muesse (2005-08)............557 CONNOR OLSON (2007-09)..526 Brett Mastaler (1998-99)..........525 Mark Kryzsik (2001-02)............488 QUAN VU (2007-).............469

SEASON WINNING PCT.

MIN. 10 VICTORIES 1. Nestor Bernabe (2003).............842 2. Eric Twitchell (1999)..................833 3. Jordan Walker (2000)................783 4. Nestor Bernabe (1999).............778 5. Nestor Bernabe (2000).............750 6. Nestor Bernabe (2001).............708 7. J.C. Arzaga (2000).....................706 8. Tom Miskimin (1998).................667 9. Andy Muesse (2006).................667 10. Brett Mastaler (1999)................647

DOUBLES WINS

CAREER 1. Nestor Bernabe (1999-01, 03).....65 2. Tom Miskimin (1998-00).............44 3. CONNOR OLSON (2007-)..... 39 4. Victor Lozano (1999-00).............32 5. Andy Muesse (2005-08)..............30 6. Brett Mastaler (1998-99)............28 Tim Aguon (1998-99)..................28 8. Eric Twitchell (1999-00)..............27 9. J.C. Arzaga (2000-01).................26 10. Andrew Laing (2003-06).............23 Brandon Buskirk (2005-07)........23 SEASON 1. Nestor Bernabe (1999)...............19 Victor Lozano (1999)..................19 Eric Twitchell (1999)....................19 Nestor Bernabe (2000)...............19 5. Bret Mastaler (1999)...................17 6. Tom Miskimin (1999)...................15 J.C. Arzaga (2000).......................15 Tom Miskimin (2000)...................15 Nestor Bernabe (2001)...............15 Brandon Buskirk (2007)..............15 CONNOR OLSON (2007)...... 15 CONNOR OLSON (2008)...... 15

No. 1CAREER SINGLES WINS

HONORS

ALL-AMERICAN

1. Nestor Bernabe (1999-01, 03)...64 SEASON WINS 1. Nestor Bernabe (1999)...............18 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Nestor Bernabe (1999-01, 03)...771 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Nestor Bernabe (2003).............842

No. 2CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Eric Twitchell (1999-00)..............22 SEASON WINS 1. Eric Twitchell (1999)....................19 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Eric Twitchell (1999-00)............733 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Eric Twitchell (1999)..................864

No. 3CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Tom Miskimin (1998-00).............17 SEASON WINS 1. Three tied with............................... 9 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Tom Miskimin (1998-00)...........630 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Andy Muesse (2006).................692

No. 4CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Tom Miskimin (1998-00).............16 SEASON WINS 1. Mark Krzysik (2001)...................... 9 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Tom Miskimin (1998-00)...........640 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Mark Krzysik (2001)..................643

No. 5CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Kevin Wilske (1998).....................10 J.C. Arzaga (2000-01).................10 SEASON WINS 1. Kevin Wilske (1998).....................10 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. J.C. Arzaga (2000-01)...............625 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. J.C. Arzaga (2001).....................667

No. 6CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. QUAN VU (2007-).............. 14 SEASON WINS 1. Dennis Derammealere (1998)....... 9 J.C. Arzaga (2000)......................... 9 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. J.C. Arzaga (2000-01)...............750 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. J.C. Arzaga (2000).....................818

NESTOR BERNABE, 2003

SSU ATHLETE AWARDS R. BARKEY INSPIRATIONAL AWARD 2001 Nestor Bernabe SEAWOLVES SPIRIT AWARD 2003 Nestor Bernabe 2009 ‘09 Men’s Tennis Team FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2007 Connor Olson SSU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2003 Nestor Bernabe DIRECTOR’S AWARD 2006 Andrew Laing 2007 Andy Muesse 2008 Andy Muesse 2009 Andy Muesse


YEARLY RESULTS 1998

Record: 11-9 2/11 Notre Dame de Nam. W 9-0 2/13 UC Santa Cruz L 0-9 2/19 Hawaii-Hilo L 0-9 2/20 Cal Poly Pomona L 1-8 2/21 UC Riverside L 1-8 2/22 Western New Mexico W 5-3 2/25 Saint Mary’s (CA) L 1-8 3/6 UC Davis L 1-8 3/11 San Francisco W 7-0 3/14 Rochester W 5-4 3/17 Montana L 0-9 3/25 Cal State L.A. W 7-2 4/3 UC Riverside W 5-4 4/4 Menlo W 9-0 4/5 Albertson W 9-0 4/7 Notre Dame de Nam. W 9-0 4/14 Occidental W 6-1 4/15 Cal Baptist L 2-5 4/16 Chapman W 7-0 4/28 Dominican (CA) L 2-7

2001

Record: 14-10 1/19 at Hawaii L 2-5 1/20 at Chaminade W 9-0 1/20 at Chaminade W 6-0 1/23 at BYU-Hawaii L 0-9 1/24 at Hawaii Pacific L 2-7 1/25 Hawaii-Hilo W 9-0 2/7 Dominican (CA) W 9-0 2/19 at San Francisco L 2-5 2/23 Nevada W 6-3 3/3 Cal State L.A. W 8-1 3/7 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 1-8 3/10 UC Davis L 2-7 3/11 Cal Poly Pomona W 5-4 3/14 Swarthmore W 8-1 3/22 at Dominican (CA) W 6-1 3/23 Puget Sound W 9-0 3/28 Westmont W 8-1 3/30 Portland State W 7-2 4/6 vs. Cal State L.A. W 7-2 4/8 at Barry L 1-8 4/16 UC San Diego L 3-6 4/21 at UC Davis L 1-8 4/22 at UC Santa Cruz L 3-4 5/4 at UC Davis^ L 0-5 Record: 14-10 ^ NCAA Regional 1/16 at Chaminade W 9-0 1/18 at Hawaii Pacific L 1-8 1/19 at BYU-Hawaii L 1-8 1/20 at Hawaii L 2-7 1/21 at Hawaii-Hilo L 2-7 Record: 5-14 2/1 San Francisco W 9-0 1/19 at Chaminade W 7-0 2/4 Notre Dame de Nam. W 9-0 1/21 at BYU-Hawaii L 0-9 2/12 at Cal Poly Pomona L 4-5 1/22 at Hawaii L 0-9 2/13 vs. UC Riverside W 9-0 1/24 at Hawaii Pacific L 0-9 2/14 vs. UC Davis L 2-6 1/31 Dominican (CA) W 9-0 2/23 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 3-6 2/3 at UC Davis L 0-9 2/27 UC Riverside W 8-1 2/15 vs. Azusa Pacific L 0-9 3/5 at UC Santa Cruz L 1-8 2/22 vs. Alliant International W 6-3 3/7 Swarthmore W 7-2 2/24 at UC San Diego L 1-8 3/13 Cal Poly Pomona L 4-5 3/11 Swarthmore L 2-7 3/16 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 7-2 3/16 at Cal State L.A. L 1-8 3/20 Cal Lutheran W 9-0 3/25 at Dominican (CA) W 8-1 3/25 at US International W 8-1 3/26 Seattle W 8-1 4/3 at Occidental W 9-0 3/29 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 0-9 4/5 at Pomona-Pitzer W 6-3 4/7 UC Santa Cruz L 0-9 4/15 UC Davis L 4-5 4/12 Cal Poly Pomona L 1-8 4/16 Univ. of Mary W 9-0 4/13 UC San Diego L 0-9 4/19 Menlo W 9-0 4/16 at San Francisco L 3-4 4/20 Dominican (CA) W 6-3 4/19 at Nevada L 0-7

1999

2002

2000

Record: 12-9 1/16 at Hawaii-Hilo W 8-1 1/17 at Chaminade W 9-0 1/19 at Hawaii L 0-4 2/7 Hawaii Pacific L 2-7 2/11 vs. UC Riverside W 8-1 2/12 vs. Azusa Pacific L 4-5 2/17 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 2-5 3/3 Nevada W 7-1 3/11 UC Davis L 3-6 3/23 at San Francisco W 7-0 3/30 at Dominican (CA) W 9-0 4/5 Menlo W 8-1 4/7 at Cal State L.A. W 9-0 4/8 at UC Riverside W 8-1 4/9 at UC San Diego W 7-0 4/10 at Cal State L.A. W 9-0 4/11 at Cal Poly Pomona W 5-4 4/14 UC Santa Cruz L 1-8 4/15 Cal Poly Pomona L 2-7 4/18 at UC Davis L 0-9 5/5 vs. Cal Poly Pomona^ L 2-5 ^ NCAA Regional

2003

2004

Record: 8-17 2/4 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 0-7 2/8 at UC Davis L 2-7 2/13 vs. Abilene Christian L 0-9 2/14 vs. W. New Mexico W 7-2 2/15 vs. Hawaii-Hilo L 2-7 2/21 UC Davis L 2-7 3/5 at Cal Poly SLO L 1-6 3/6 vs. UC San Diego L 0-9 3/7 vs. Nevada L 0-7 3/9 Rochester W 5-4 3/10 Swarthmore L 4-5 3/12 vs. W. New Mexico W 9-0 3/13 vs. Wayne State L 2-7 3/13 vs. Colorado Mines W 8-1 3/14 at Cal Poly Pomona L 4-5 3/17 Weber State W 6-3 3/30 at Dominican (CA) W 9-0 4/2 at Hawaii Pacific L 0-9 4/2 at Chaminade W 9-0 4/3 at Hawaii L 1-6 4/5 vs. Mont. St-Billings W 9-0 4/5 at Hawaii-Hilo L 1-8 4/6 at BYU-Hawaii L 0-9 4/9 at Nevada L 0-7 4/16 UC San Diego L 0-9

4/7 at UC Santa Cruz L 1-8 4/10 at Metro State W 5-2 4/11 at Mesa State W 8-1 4/12 at Colorado Christian 9-0 4/20 at Pacific (CA) L 0-7 5/5 at UC San Diego^ L 0-5 ^ NCAA Regional

2008

Record: 7-10 2/6 Fresno Pacific L 2-7 2/9 at Pacific L 1-6 2/15 vs. CSU-Pueblo W 5-0 2/16 vs. Mesa State W 9-0 2/17 vs. W. New Mexico W 9-0 2/18 vs. Hawaii-Hilo W 6-3 2/23 at Cal Poly SLO L 0-7 3/5 at St. Mary’s L 0-7 3/9 at UC Davis L 3-4 3/11 Swarthmore W 9-0 3/14 Western New Mexico W 9-0 3/15 Cal Poly Pomona W 6-3 3/16 Concordia (CA) L 1-6 3/22 at Hawaii-Hilo L 2-7 3/24 at Hawaii Pacific L 4-5 3/25 at BYU Hawaii L 2-7 4/5 UC Santa Cruz L 2-7 4/11 at Santa Clara W 6-1 4/17 UC San Diego L 3-6 4/18 at Nevada L 0-7 Record: 3-10 4/19 Portland State W 6-1 2/20 at Cal Poly Pomona W 6-3 5/9 at Hawaii Pacific^ L 0-5 2/25 vs. Colorado Mines L 4-5 ^ NCAA Regional 2/26 vs. Hawaii-Hilo L 1-8 2/27 at UC San Diego L 0-9 3/8 Swarthmore W 5-4 3/10 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 0-7 Record: 8-11 3/12 Nevada L 1-8 3/15 Northern Colorado W 5-4 1/28 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 0-7 3/16 Radford L 0-9 2/7 at UC Santa Cruz L 1-8 3/17 Weber State L 4-5 2/13 vs. Abilene Christian L 2-7 4/9 at UC Santa Cruz L 1-6 2/14 vs. Colo. St-Pueblo W 8-1 4/10 at Cal Poly SLO L 0-7 2/14 vs. Midwestern State L 2-7 W 8-1 4/15 UC San Diego L 1-8 2/15 at Grand Canyon 2/16 vs. Hawaii-Hilo L 0-9 2/20 at Fresno Pacific L 1-8 3/1 at Nevada L 0-7 3/10 Swarthmore W 8-1 Record: 7-9 3/27 vs. W. New Mexico W 5-4 2/8 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 0-7 3/28 at UC San Diego L 1-8 2/10 UC Santa Cruz L 3-6 3/29 at Cal Poly Pomona W 5-4 2/17 vs. Azusa Pacific L 1-8 3/28 at UC San Diego L 1-8 2/18 at Cal Poly Pomona W 8-1 3/29 at Cal Poly Pomona W 5-4 3/8 Swarthmore W 7-2 4/4 at Santa Clara L 2-5 3/12 at Cal Poly Pomona W 6-0 4/11 at Colo. St-Pueblo W 7-2 3/17 vs. Utah State L 3-4 4/12 vs. Mesa State W 7-2 3/18 at Cal Poly SLO L 0-7 4/13 at Colorado Christian W 9-0 3/31 at Cal Poly Pomona W 9-0 4/14 at Metro State L 4-5 4/1 at UC San Diego L 0-9 4/17 UC San Diego L 4-5 4/2 vs. Hawaii-Hilo W 7-2 4/15 at Hawaii Pacific W 7-2 4/17 at BYU-Hawaii L 1-8 4/18 at Chaminade W 9-0 4/22 UC San Diego L 3-6 5/6 at UC San Diego^ L 0-5 ^ NCAA Regional

2005

2009

2006

Record: 3-14 2/7 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 3-4 2/8 Hawaii L 2-7 2/14 vs. Colorado Mines W 7-2 2/15 at UC San Diego L 1-8 2/16 vs. Azusa Pacific L 4-5 2/21 at UC Santa Cruz L 1-6 2/28 Cal Poly Pomona L 4-5 3/1 Nevada W 7-2 3/8 at UC Davis L 3-6 3/9 West Florida L 1-8 3/12 Gonzaga W 9-0 3/28 at Nevada L 0-9 3/29 vs. Montana L 2-5 4/7 at Morehouse L 4-5 4/11 at Florida Southern L 1-8 Record: 7-10 4/19 UC San Diego L 2-7 4/22 UC Davis L 3-6 2/28 at Saint Mary’s (CA) L 1-6 3/3 at UC Davis L 0-7 3/4 at Fresno Pacific L 1-8 3/6 Concordia (CA) L 3-6 3/16 vs. W. New Mexico W 5-4 3/17 at Cal Poly Pomona W 6-3 3/18 at UC San Diego L 1-8 3/22 Trinity (CT) W 7-2 3/31 at Nevada L 0-7 4/1 vs. Utah State L 2-5 4/6 vs. Cal Poly Pomona W 8-1

2007


PROGRAM HISTORY ALL-TIME SERIES

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

NCAA DIVISION I

YEAR HEAD COACH OVERALL 1983 Jay Potter 8-12 1984 Jay Potter 6-12 1985 Jay Potter 13-11 1986 Jay Potter 15-13 1987 Jay Potter 20-5 1988 Steve Cunninghame 9-16 1989 Steve Cunninghame 7-11 1990 Steve Cunninghame 9-14 1991 Steve Cunninghame 6-13 1992 Steve Cunninghame 5-10 No Men’s Tennis team from 1993-97 1998 Steve Cunninghame 11-9 1999 Steve Cunninghame 14-10 2000 Steve Cunninghame 12-9 2001 Steve Cunninghame 13-11 2002 Steve Cunninghame 5-14 2003 Steve Cunninghame 3-14 2004 Steve Cunninghame 8-17 2005 Steve Cunninghame 3-10 2006 Steve Cunninghame 7-9 2007 Steve Cunninghame 7-9 2008 Steve Cunninghame 7-10 2009 Steve Cunninghame 9-13

NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES YEAR 2000 2001 2006 2007 2008

ROUND NCAA West Regional NCAA West Regional NCAA West Regional NCAA West Regional NCAA West Regional

OPPONENT Cal Poly Pomona UC Davis UC San Diego UC San Diego Hawaii Pacific

Cal Poly SLO............................................................. 0-4 Gonzaga.................................................................. 1-0 Hawaii...................................................................... 0-6 Montana................................................................... 0-2 Northern Colorado.................................................. 1-0 Nevada.................................................................... 3-8 Pacific...................................................................... 0-2 Portland State......................................................... 1-0 Radford.................................................................... 0-1 San Francisco.......................................................... 3-2 Santa Clara.............................................................. 1-1 Saint Mary’s........................................................... 0-12 UC Davis (A)............................................................ 0-2 Utah State................................................................ 0-2 Weber State............................................................. 1-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay............................................... 1-0 ALL-TIME vs. NCAA DIVISION I............... 12-43

NCAA DIVISION II

SITE La Jolla, Calif. Davis, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. Honolulu, Hawaii

RESULT L, 2-5 L, 0-5 L, 0-5 L, 0-5 L, 0-5

Abilene Christian...................................................... 0-2 Barry....................................................................... 0-1 BYU-Hawaii.............................................................. 0-6 Cal Poly Pomona.................................................... 10-8 Cal State L.A............................................................ 5-1 Chaminade............................................................... 7-0 Colorado Christian................................................... 2-0 Colorado School of Mines....................................... 2-1 Colorado State-Pueblo............................................ 3-0 Florida Southern...................................................... 0-1 Grand Canyon.......................................................... 1-0 Hawaii-Hilo............................................................... 4-7 Hawaii Pacific........................................................... 1-7 Mary, University of................................................... 1-0 Mesa State............................................................... 3-0 Metro State.............................................................. 1-1 Midwestern State..................................................... 0-1 Montana State-Billings............................................. 1-0 Morehouse............................................................... 0-1 Seattle (B)............................................................... 1-0 UC Davis (A).......................................................... 0-13 UC San Diego......................................................... 1-17 UC Riverside (C)...................................................... 5-1 Wayne State............................................................. 0-1 West Florida............................................................. 0-1 Western New Mexico................................................ 7-0 ALL-TIME vs. NCAA DIVISION II.............. 55-70

NCAA DIVISION III

Cal Lutheran............................................................ 1-0 Chapman.................................................................. 1-0 Occidental................................................................ 2-0 Pomona-Pitzer......................................................... 1-0 Puget Sound............................................................ 2-0 Rochester................................................................ 2-0 Swarthmore............................................................. 6-2 Trinity (CT)............................................................... 1-0 UC Santa Cruz........................................................ 0-11 ALL-TIME vs. NCAA DIVISION III............. 16-13

NAIA

Albertson................................................................. 1-0 Alliant International (X)........................................... 2-0 Azusa Pacific............................................................ 0-4 Cal Baptist............................................................... 0-1 Concordia, CA.......................................................... 0-2 Dominican (D).......................................................... 7-1 Fresno Pacific.......................................................... 0-3 Menlo....................................................................... 3-0 Notre Dame de Namur (E)...................................... 3-0 Westmont................................................................. 1-0 ALL-TIME vs. NAIA............................. 17-11 A - UC Davis transitioned from Division II to I. B - Seattle transitioned from Division II to I. C - Seattle transitioned from Division II to I. D - Dominican transitioned from NAIA to Division II. E - NDNU transitioned from NAIA to Division II. X - Institution no longer sponsors athletics.


DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY 1801 E. Cotati Ave. Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Phone_ ______________________ 707-664-2521 Fax _________________________ 707-664-4104 Website_ ________________ sonomaseawolves.com Director of Athletics_ _________________ Bill Fusco

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

Associate Athletics Director/SWA_____ Yvonne Burbank

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

Assistant Athletic Director_ ______ Megan Christensen

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

Faculty Athletic Representative_______ Dr. Duane Dove

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

Administrative Analyst______________ Nancy Crosat

Phone: 707-664-2044; E-Mail: nancy.crosat@sonoma.edu

Equipment Manager__________________ Willie Lee

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Bill Fusco is now in his 13th 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.

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

Associate Athletics Director_ ______ Brandon Bronzan

BILL FUSCO

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

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 California Collegiate Athletic Association (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, the annual car drawing and the Annual Fund Drive of the University 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 recently completed 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.

Compliance Coordinator___________ Michael Balasek Administrative Assistant________________ Erin Rock Sports Information Coordinator__________ Tyler Lobe As President of the NCAA Division II Athletics Directors Association he helped develop the Division II Model Sports Information Phone_ _________ 707-664-2478 Athletics Department, a program that establishes the guiding principles of operating a Division II intercollegiate Sports Information Fax_ ___________ 707-664-3291 athletic program. Athletic Training Phone____________ 707-664-2937 Head Athletic Trainer_________________ Bo Owens With over 27 years of combined athletic administrative experience, Fusco has served as Director of Athletics Phone: 707-664-4316; E-Mail: bo.owens@sonoma.edu at the University of San Francisco and Dominican University of California and as Sports Information Director at Asst. Athletic Trainer_________________ Julie Miller St. Mary’s College in Moraga and the University of San Francisco. He is an adjunct faculty member in the USF Athletic Trainer________________ Andrew Simpkins Graduate Sports Management Program where has taught an elective class titled Administrative Leadership in COACHES DIRECTORY Intercollegiate Athletics. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Dominican University and has taught a class Baseball_________________________ John Goelz titled Introduction to Sports Management.

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: verhunce@sonoma.edu

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_______________________Jennifer Bridges

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

Volleyball_ ______________________ Bear Grassl

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

Women’s Basketball_ ________________Mark Rigby

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

Women’s Cross Country______________ Mark James

Phone: 707-664-2290; E-Mail: mark.james@sonoma.edu

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

Phone: 707-664-2688; E-Mail: coralie.simmons@sonoma.edu

Fusco resides in Petaluma with his wife Cathy. Their son Michael is a graduate of Long Beach State University and their daughter Marissa is a freshman at Sonoma State University.


DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS

BRANDON BRONZAN

ASSOCIATE A.D. - COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING Brandon Bronzan is in his eighth year as a member of the Sonoma State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Hired as Sports Information Director in 2002, Bronzan was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director in 2006 and Associate Athletics Director in 2008. He was reclassified as the Associate Athletics Director for Communications and Marketing in 2009. Bronzan oversees seven sports within the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and is involved with the marketing and promotion of all teams and student-athletes. He also handles game scheduling and in 2008 established The Seawolf Sports Network, which broadcasts Sonoma State sporting events on the Internet. 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 All-West Region Division II Men’s Soccer team. This year, he will begin his second year on the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Regional Advisory Committee. A native of Visalia, California, Bronzan resides in Windsor with his wife Tiffany and his daughter, Olivia.

YVONNE BURBANK

ASSOCIATE A.D. - STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES Yvonne Burbank is in her fourth year as Associate Athletics Director at Sonoma State University in 2009-10. A decorated women’s basketball star at SSU from 1995-99, Yvonne Burbank (then Yvonne Daily) was a team captain and the president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). On the court, she helped lead the team to an NCAC co-championship and to back-to-back NCAA regional appearances. Burbank joined the women’s basketball coaching staff under Mark Rigby from 1999-2001 before moving on to the University of San Francisco for a two-year stint on the Dons’ coaching staff. While at USF, Burbank earned her Master’s Degree in Sports Management. Prior to returning to Sonoma State, Burbank spent three years as the head girl’s basketball coach at Sonoma Academy in Santa Rosa. She was also an integral part of the academy’s athletic department, overseeing scheduling, game management, and revenue generation. Burbank resides in Santa Rosa with her husband Mark, son Cole, and daughter Lili.

MEGAN CHRISTENSEN

ASSISTANT A.D. - EVENT MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS Megan Christensen is in her third year at Sonoma State University, and in her first year as Assistant Athletic Director for Event Management & Operations. Christensen oversees special events, fund raising projects, camps and game day management, as well as coordinating Bidnight Madness- the department’s annual silent/live auction fund raiser. Christensen joined the department as a staff member after serving as an intern during her final two years as a student. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Sonoma State in 2007. Christensen is a former All-Region defender for the Women’s Soccer program at Sonoma State (then Megan Catton). As a team captain, she led her team to two conference tournament appearances in four years. Off the field, she served as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) president and was named one of Sonoma State University’s Student Woman Leaders of the Year in 2007.


CORPORATE SPONSORS Sonoma State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics would like to thank the following corporate sponsors for their support of Seawolves Athletics DIAMOND PARTNERS

• Sonoma State Enterprises, Inc. • Wine Country Radio • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1551 • National Electrical Contractors Association Redwood Empire Chapter • Lunardi Electric

SILVER PARTNERS

• Allstate Insurance - Greg Simpkins • Quizno’s at The Wolf Den Plaza • Royal Coach Car Wash- Cotati • Latitude Island Grill – Rohnert Park • University of Sports • Endless Summer Salon at The Wolf Den Plaza

BRONZE PARTNERS PLATINUM PARTNERS

• Outback Steakhouse • Hansel Toyota • Toyota Motor Corporation • Hampton Inn & Suites • Southern Wine & Spirits • Doubletree Hotel – Sonoma Wine Country • Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

GOLD PARTNERS

• Good Nite Inn • Clover Stornetta Farms, Inc. • AT&T Yellow Pages • Southwest Airlines • Les Schwab Tire Center • SSU Alumni Association • Pepsi • Exchange Bank • University Sports Publications, Inc. • Driven Raceway • McLea’s Tire Center • The Community Voice

• In-N-Out • Safeway • US Bank • Target • Applebee’s • Enterprise Rent-A-Car • Quality Inn Petaluma • Domino’s Pizza • Double Decker Lanes • T&B Sports • Ameci’s Pizza & Pasta • Gold Rush Jewelers • Santa Rosa Auto Body • Las Guitarras • Tres Hombres Long Bar & Grill • Sheraton Hotel- Petaluma • Fresh Choice • Round Table Pizza • Chili’s • Port of Subs • Clif Bar • Gatorade • Nike • State Farm Insurance – Tony Maestri • RPM Automotive • Sallie Tomatoes


2010 Sonoma State Men's Tennis Media Guide  

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