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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 Tennis Courts Enrollment...........................................................7,500 Founded................................................................1961 Colors.................................Navy, Columbia Blue, White Conference................................................ Independent National Affiliation................................ NCAA Division II Head Coach............................................Joaquin Lopez Coach’s Phone................................... (707) 664-2291 Record at SSU..............................................1st season 2010 Record...................................................... 10-10 NCAA Appearances................................................... 11 1997, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07 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 2011 Sonoma State Women’s Tennis media guide was written and designed by Associate Athletics Director Brandon Bronzan. Photography by Stephen Kirschenmann.

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JOAQUIN LOPEZ HEAD COACH

Joaquin Lopez has been named interim head coach of the Sonoma State University women’s tennis program in 2010-11. Lopez enters his fourth year with the women’s tennis team. He has been the assistant coach for the Seawolves for the past three years and he has also served as the associate head coach for the men’s tennis team since 2004. A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Lopez earned NCAA Division I national rankings in singles and doubles and was named the university’s top studentathlete during his senior year. He then played five years of professional tennis, earning an ATP ranking of No. 844 in the world and No. 48 in Spain. During his professional career, Lopez had several wins against ATP Top 100 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 and in 2008 he earned his license as a marriage and family psychotherapist in California. Currently, Lopez has a private practice as a psychotherapist and he teaches Transformational Tennis, his own innovative coaching approach emphasizing personal growth through sports. He resides in Sebastopol with his wife, Aimee, and two children, Ian and Vida.

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TEAM ROSTER

NAME Kim Alballat Dana Carollo Anastasia Eliseeva Lauren Ha Haley Hickock Stephanie Hoffmire Sheena Johnson Brooke McBride Geri Richards Spencer Trotta Katya Welborn Megan White

YEAR Junior Senior Junior Freshman Senior Junior Freshman Junior Junior Freshman Junior Freshman

HEIGHT 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-5 5-8 5-5 5-5 5-6 6-1 5-3 5-8

2010-11 SCHEDULE

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HOMETOWN Sylmar, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Sochi, Russia Danville, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Novato, Calif. Sylmar, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Shell Beach, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Ojai, Calif. Murrieta, Calif.

LAST SCHOOL San Jose State Carlsbad High School Santa Monica Junior College Monte Vista High School Poway High School Marin Catholic High School Sylmar High School Palomar College Arroyo Grande High School John Marshall High School Ventura College Calvary Chapel Christian School

DATE Fri-Sep. 25 Sat-Sep. 26 Thu-Oct. 30 Fri-Oct. 1 Sat-Oct. 2

OPPONENT Dominican Fall Tournament Dominican Fall Tournament ITA Fall Regionals ITA Fall Regionals ITA Fall Regionals

LOCATION TIME San Rafael, Calif. all day San Rafael, Calif. all day Los Angeles, Calif. all day Los Angeles, Calif. all day Los Angeles, Calif. all day

Fri-Jan. 28 Fri-Feb. 4 Sat-Feb. 5 Tue-Feb. 8 Fri-Feb. 11 Fri-Feb. 18 Sat-Feb. 19 Fri-Feb. 25 Sat-Feb. 26 Fri-Mar. 4 Thu-Mar. 10 Sat-Mar. 12 Wed-Mar. 16 Thu-Mar. 17 Sat-Mar. 19 Fri-Mar. 25 Fri-Apr. 1 Sat-Apr. 2 Sun-Apr. 3 Fri-Apr. 8 Sat-Apr. 9 Fri-Apr. 13 Sat-Apr. 16 Sat-Apr. 23 Thu-Apr. 28 Fri-Apr. 29 Sun-Apr. 30 May 6 or 7

FRESNO PACIFIC UC Santa Cruz (scr) ACADEMY OF ART SIERRA COLLEGE (scr) UC Davis DOMINICAN SAN JOSE STATE UC San Diego Cal State L.A. Academy of Art San Jose State Notre Dame de Namur DIXIE STATE GRAND CANYON Cal State Stanislaus Dominican UC SAN DIEGO CAL STATE L.A. NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR Nevada Seattle UC SANTA CRUZ CAL STATE STANISLAUS HAWAII-HILO Ojai Tournament Ojai Tournament Ojai Tournament NCAA West Regionals

ROHNERT PARK Santa Cruz, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Davis, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK La Jolla, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Belmont, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Turlock, Calif. San Rafael, Calif. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK ROHNERT PARK Ventura, Calif. Ventura, Calif. Ventura, Calif. TBA

11:00 am 1:00 pm 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 1:30 pm 2:00 pm 1:00 pm 2:00 pm 12:00 pm 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 11:00 am 11:00 am 12:00 pm 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 11:00 am 11:00 am all day all day 1:00 pm 11:00 am 11:00 am all day all day all day TBA


KIM

ANASTASIA

Junior Sylmar, Calif. San Jose State

Junior Sochi, Russia Santa Monica JC

ALBALLAT

COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL: Transfers to Sonoma State from San Jose State, where she played two years for the Spartans...graduated from Sylmar High School...led her high school team to two league championships...made it to the quarterfinals of the CIF Championships as a junior and senior...named Female Athlete of the Year... earned Athletic-Academic award...a member of Sylmar’s Hall of Fame. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because her sister decided to attend...would like to work in sports broadcasting...her biggest influences as an athlete were her hometown tennis coaches...is a fan of Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers... lists Anthony Hopkins as her favorite actor.

DANA

CAROLLO Senior San Diego, Calif. Carlsbad HS

ELISEEVA

COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL: Transfers to Sonoma State from Santa Monica Junior College.

LAUREN

HA

Freshman Danville, Calif. Monte Vista HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus from Monte Vista High School in Danville...was her team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior...led her squad to an NCS title and an NCS runner-up finish...played four years on the varsity squad. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the nice dorms and campus...is a fan of the Golden State Warriors...enjoys Japanese food.

2008-09: Earned Second Team All-CCAA honors in doubles after compiling an 11-7 record with teammate Haley Hickock, mainly at the No. 2 spot...also went 1-1 with Molly Maguire in tournament play...played No. 2 singles as well, posting a 9-11 overall record for the season...won her last four doubles and three of her last four singles matches. 2007-08: Competed most of her freshman campaign at the No. 4 spot for the Seawolves...finished the year 7-9 overall, (1-1 at No. 3, 6-8 at No. 4)...in her last ten matches to finish the season she was 6-4...played No. 2 doubles with partner Jeanette Peck...the duo compiled a 7-7 overall record, (6-7 at No. 2 doubles, 1-0 at No. 3 doubles) . HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Sonoma State from Carlsbad High School where she was No. 1 in singles for four years...was a four-time MVP winner…she also won a mixed doubles tournament in San Diego...she was a good student holding a 3.5 GPA to go along with her honors and AP classes. PERSONAL: Wants to one day own her own PR firm and move to a big city...is a fan of the San Diego Chargers...lists Giada as the person she’d most like to meet... her favorite animal is a baby harp seal...owns three miniature dachsunds named Willie, June, and Ginger.

HALEY

HICKOCK Senior San Diego, Calif. Poway HS

2009-10: Spent the entire season at the No. 2 singles position, going 10-10 overall...played No. 2 doubles, as well, going 11-8 with Jessica Harris...also compiled a 2-1 record with Stephanie Hoffmire in tournament play...went 4-6 in singles in the CCAA with a win over UC San Diego in early February. 2008-09: Went 12-8 overall in doubles for the Seawolves as a sophomore... teamed up with Dana Carollo to post an 11-7 record, mainly at No. 2 doubles...also went 2-2 at No. 1 doubles...also played two matches (1-1) with Jessica Harris... recorded a 6-4 record in conference play...did not play any singles matches.

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2007-08: Delivered an 8-7 overall singles record as a freshman...was 7-6 at the No. 5 spot and 1-1 at No. 4...went 6-3 over her last nine matches...compiled a 6-7 record with doubles partner Mary Bulich.

SHEENA

HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus from Monte Vista High School in Danville...was her team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior...led her squad to an NCS title and an NCS runner-up finish...played four years on the varsity squad.

Freshman Sylmar, Calif. Sylmar HS

PERSONAL: After graduation, she hopes to get a job in sales in San Francisco... lists the Dallas Cowboys as her favorite team and The Office as her favorite television show...enjoys Italian food.

STEPHANIE

HOFFMIRE Junior Novato, Calif. Marin Catholic HS

2009-10: Went 13-9 overall in singles, primarily at the No. 5 position (7-6)...also played at No. 4 (2-2) and No. 6 (3-0)...went 11-6 with teammate Jeanette Peck at No. 3 doubles...had an overall record of 15-7 in doubles play. 2008-09: Went 9-4 overall during a standout freshman season...was 5-3 at the No. 6 position, where she spent the majority of her time...also went 13-7 in doubles play with three different partners at the No. 3 position. HIGH SCHOOL: Arrived on campus after a standout career at Marin Catholic High School...went a combined 38-1 over her junior and senior seasons...was a four-time First Team All-League selection...named her team’s Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior...an NCS Finalist in doubles...a member of Marin Catholic’s Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Majoring in Business Administration...lists her father as her biggest influence...picked the San Francisco Giants as her favorite sports team...likes to ice cream...she loves dogs, but hates racoons, rats, and snakes.

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JOHNSON

HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from Sylmar High School in Sylmar, California. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because it was a quiet, small school in a nice location...aspires to be a doctor after graduation...loves physiology and photography...is a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers...once won a match that she was down 0-6, 0-5 in.

BROOKE

McBRIDE Junior San Diego, Calif. Palomar College

HIGH SCHOOL: Transferred to Sonoma State from Palomar College in San Marcos...was a 2010 ITA All-American...won the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference singles championship and was a runner-up in doubles as a sophomore...advanced to the quarterfinals of the South Regional and to the State Individual Tournament... played four years of varsity tennis at Torrey Pines High School in Del Mar...helped guide her team to CIF championships all four years...was a four-time First Team All-Palomar League selection. PERSONAL: Following graduation, she would like to work for the FBI and specialize in white collar fraud...is a fan of the San Diego Chargers...likes to eat Mexican food and anything sweet...says she’s afraid of frogs.


GERI

KATYA

Junior Shell Beach, Calif. Arroyo Grande HS

Junior Ojai, Calif. Ventura College

RICHARDS

2009-10: Appeared in two singles and two doubles matches, winning all four... was a 6-0, 6-0 winner over Dominican and 6-0, 6-4 over Southern Oregon...both of her doubles wins came by 8-0 scores.

WELBORN

2008-09: Redshirted for Sonoma State.

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Transfers to Sonoma State from Ventura College... ranked 23rd in the state as a sophomore...played No. 1 singles for the Pirates... graduated from Nordhoff High School in 2008...a four-year member of the varsity tennis team...played No. 1 singles all four years and was her team’s MVP as a senior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Sonoma State from Arroyo Grande High School on the Central Coast...was a four-year varsity player at Arroyo Grande..played No. 1 singles and won 90% of her matches...was a team captain as a junior and senior... named the Most Improved Player as a freshman and sophomore.

PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because of the great location...would like to get her degree in Studio Art and become a graphic designer...is a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers...enjoys hiking, photography, and spending time with friends and family...was born in Minsk, Belarus.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Kinesiology, she would like to pursue a career as an athletic trainer or physical therapist...is a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers...likes going to the beach, shopping, and camping.

MEGAN

WHITE SPENCER

TROTTA Freshman Los Angeles, Calif. John Marshall HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated with high honors from John Marshall High School in Los Angeles...earned the Scholar Athlete Award. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State for the beautiful campus and strong academic departments...is a fan of the New York Giants and New Orleans Saints...her biggest influence as an athlete is her high school coach, Gene You...enjoys competing against anyone that is better than her...likes to eat ethnic foods.

Freshman Murrieta, Calif. Calvary Chapel HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from Calvary Chapel Christian School in Murrieta...was president of the National Honor Society as a senior...was involved with the associated student body government...maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. PERSONAL: Following graduation, she would like to become a physical therapist or journalist...is a big fan of Roger Federer...loves to hang out at the beach and even wears sandals in the winter...enjoys competing against players that push her outside of her comfort zone.

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TEAM RESULTS DATE Feb. 3 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Mar. 4 Mar. 4 Mar. 7 Mar. 10 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 17 Mar. 19 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Apr. 3 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 13

OPPONENT W L SCORE OVERALL CCAA ACADEMY OF ART W 8-1 1-0 0-0 at #19 UC San Diego* L 1-8 1-1 0-1 at #31 Cal State L.A.* W 6-3 2-1 1-1 SAN JOSE STATE L 2-7 2-2 1-1 #19 UC SAN DIEGO* L 1-8 2-3 1-2 UC SANTA CRUZ W 9-0 3-3 1-2 CSU SAN BERNARDINO* W 5-1 4-3 2-2 at #20 Cal State Stanislaus* L 2-7 4-4 2-3 #50 DIXIE STATE W 9-0 5-4 2-3 at CSU San Bernardino* W 6-3 6-4 3-3 at #28 Cal Poly Pomona* L 3-6 6-5 3-4 DOMINICAN W 9-0 7-5 3-4 SOUTHERN OREGON W 9-0 8-5 3-4 at San Jose State L 1-6 8-6 3-4 #48 CAL STATE L.A.* L 3-6 8-7 3-5 WEBER STATE L 4-5 8-8 3-5 #25 CAL POLY POMONA* L 3-6 8-9 3-6 at #42 Chaminade W 5-4 9-9 3-6 at Hawaii-Hilo W 7-2 10-9 3-6 #19 CAL STATE STANISLAUS* L 2-7 10-10 3-7

SINGLES STATISTICS

NAME 1 2 3 Jessica Harris - - - Haley Hickock - 10-10 - Stephanie Hoffmire - - - Caroline Huston - - - Stephanie Luk 9-11 - - Molly Maguire - - 2-0 Jeanette Peck - - 4-13 Geri Richards - - -

DOUBLES STATISTICS NAME 1 2 3 Luk/Maguire 8-11 - - Huston/Peck - - - Hickock/Hoffmire - - - Harris/Hickock - 11-8 Hoffmire/Peck - - 11-6 Hoffmire/Richards - - 2-0

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4 2-0 - 2-2 - - 5-9 - -

DUAL 8-11 - - 11-8 11-6 2-0

5 2-1 - 7-6 - - 3-1 - -

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

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

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

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

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

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

1 W L W L L W - L W W L W W L L L L L W L

6 DUAL TOURN. TOTAL CCAA 12-3 16-4 1-1 17-5 6-4 - 10-10 0-1 10-11 4-6 3-0 12-8 1-1 13-9 5-5 - - 2-1 2-1 0-0 - 9-11 0-1 9-12 3-7 - 10-10 2-1 12-11 3-7 - 4-13 1-1 5-14 0-9 2-0 2-0 - 2-0 0-0

TOURN. 2-1 1-1 2-1 - - -

TOTAL 10-12 1-1 2-1 11-8 11-6 2-0

CCAA 2-7 0-0 0-0 3-6 6-3 0-0

2 W L W L L W - L W L W W W L W W L W W L

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


INDIVIDUAL WINS

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

CAREER Michelle Jovez (1999-02)............53 Kelly Murphy (2001-04)..............50 Julie Fisher (2001-03).................39 Al-lee Gottlieb (1999-01)............36 Katie McCain (2001-02)..............33 Deah Toby (2002-03)..................30 Nicole Warm (2002-05)...............30 Jessica Harris (2009-10).............30 HALEY HICKOCK (2008-)..... 30 Kim Coulson (2004-05)...............28

SEASON 1. Deah Toby (2002)........................19 2. Kelly Murphy (2001)....................18 3. Katie McCain (2002)....................17 Jessica Harris (2010)...................17 5. Michelle Jovez (1999)..................16 Michelle Jovez (2000)..................16 Katie McCain (2001)....................16 Julie Fisher (2002).......................16 Kim Coulson (2004).....................16 10. Valerie Lee (1999).......................15 Jean Claessen (2000)..................15

DOUBLES WINS

CAREER 1. M. Jovez/A. Gottlieb......................27 2. D. Toby/J. Fisher............................23 3. L. Heffernan/A. Price....................20 4. K. Slizewski/Ke. Murphy...............20 5. Ke. Murphy/M. Jovez....................16 A. Gottlieb/K. McCain....................16 M. Aitken/J. Claessen....................16 J. Owens/J. Larrieu........................16 N. Warm/A. Piepenbrink...............16 10. A. Gerrick/L. Wedell......................15 1. 2. 3. 4. 9.

SEASON Deah Toby (2002)........................19 Kelly Murphy (2001)....................18 Katie McCain (2002)....................17 Michelle Jovez (1999)..................16 Michelle Jovez (2000)..................16 Katie McCain (2001)....................16 Julie Fisher (2002).......................16 Kim Coulson (2004).....................16 Valerie Lee (1999).......................15 Jean Claessen (2000)..................15

OVERALL WINS

(SINGLES + DOUBLES)

CAREER 1. Michelle Jovez (1999-02)..........112 2. Kelly Murphy (2001-04)............101 3. Al-lee Gottlieb (1999-01)............83 4. Julie Fisher (2001-03).................69 5. Nicole Warm (2002-05)...............66 6. Katie McCain (2001-02)..............62 7. HALEY HICKOCK (2008-)..... 61 8. Katie Slizewski (2000-01)...........54 9. Deah Toby (2002-03)..................53 10. Stephanie Luk (2007-10)............52 SEASON 1. Kelly Murphy (2001)....................37 2. Katie McCain (2001)....................34 Deah Toby (2002)........................34 4. Michelle Jovez (1999)..................32 Al-lee Gottlieb (2001)..................32 Julie Fisher (2002).......................32 7. Jean Claessen (2000)..................31 Michelle Jovez (2000)..................31 9. Katie Slizewski (2001).................30 10. Valerie Lee (1999).......................29 Kelly Murphy (2002)....................29

No. 3CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Kelly Murphy (2001-04)..............20 SEASON WINS 1. Katie McCain (2002)....................15 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Katie McCain (2001-02)............750 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Julie Fisher (2003).....................833

No. 4CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Nicole Warm (2002-05)...............16 SEASON WINS 1. Kelly Murphy (2001)....................11 Nicole Warm (2002).....................11 Gina Dunch (2004)......................11 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Amy Belsher (2007)...................714 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Amy Belsher (2007)...................714

No. 5CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Julie Fisher (2001-03).................18 SEASON WINS 1. Julie Fisher (2002).......................14 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Valerie Lee (1999).....................750 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Alexis Webb (2007)....................875

No. 6CAREER SINGLES WINS

MICHELLE JOVEZ

No. 1CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Kim Coulson (2004-05)...............24 SEASON WINS 1. Deah Toby (2002)........................15 Kim Coulson (2004).....................15 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Kim Coulson (2004-05).............750 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Julie Fisher (2001)..................1.000

HONORS ALL-CCAA

2000 2003 2005 2006 2007 2010 2001 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

FIRST TEAM Al-lee Gottlieb Michelle Jovez Amy Piepenbrink Gina Dunch Becky Kiehn Kim Coulson Katie Murphy Erin Kramer Megan Malinsky Laura Robertson Alexis Webb Raquel Gottfried Jessica Harris Stephanie Luk/Jeanette Peck (d) SECOND TEAM Al-lee Gottlieb Kelly Murphy Laura Buck Amy Belsher Casey O’Connor Alexis Webb Casey O’Connor Dana Carollo Stephanie Luk

SSU ATHLETE AWARDS

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1990 Megan Lowrey RAND LINK LEADERSHIP AWARD 2007 Laura Robertson SEAWOLVES SPIRIT AWARD 2004 Brianna Bailey DIRECTOR’S AWARD 2006 Laura Robertson 2008 Stephanie Luk 2009 Stephanie Luk 2010 Jessica Harris

*minimum 10 decisions for career records, 5 decisions for season records.

1. Michelle Jovez (1999-02)............43 SEASON WINS 1. Liz Heffernan (1997)...................13 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Michelle Jovez (1999-02)..........494 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Michelle Jovez (2000)................571

No. 2CAREER SINGLES WINS

1. Katie Slizewski (2000-01)...........15 SEASON WINS 1. Kelly Murphy (2002)....................11 Katie Murphy (2002)...................11 CAREER WINNING PCT.* 1. Katie Murphy (2004-05)...........611 SEASON WINNING PCT.* 1. Lisa Manlio (1997).....................833

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1997

Record: 13-11 Final Regional Rank: 4th Final National Rank: 27th 2/11 San Jose State L 0-9 2/15 UC Davis L 0-9 2/18 Santa Clara L 3-6 2/21 Southern Cal College W 7-2 2/22 US International W 5-4 2/23 CSU Dominguez Hills W 9-0 2/28 CSU San Bernardino W 9-0 3/1 Dominican W 8-1 3/8 Cal Poly Pomona L 0-9 3/13 Coll. of Notre Dame W 9-0 3/17 Pomona-Pitzer L 2-7 3/19 Montana L 0-9 3/21 Bowdoin L 3-6 3/25 San Francisco W 8-1 3/28 Southern Oregon W 9-0 4/4 Northern Colorado L 0-9 4/5 Cal State Bakersfield W 5-4 4/6 Cal Poly Pomona L 2-7 4/10 Coll. of Notre Dame W 9-0 4/12 UC Santa Cruz L 4-5 4/15 Mills W 7-2 4/20 UC Riverside W 5-4 5/4 UC Riverside# W 5-4 5/8 Barry! L 2-7 # NCAA Regional ! NCAA Championships, First Round

4/9 Cal State Bakersfield* L 1-8 4/10 Grand Canyon* L 4-5 4/16 San Francisco L 4-5 5/7 Cal State Bakersfield# L 2-5 * CCAA match # NCAA Regional

2000

Record: 15-7 Final Regional Rank: 4th Final National Rank: 14th 1/26 US International W 7-2 1/27 Pt. Loma Nazarene W 6-3 1/28 UC San Diego L 1-8 2/4 Santa Clara L 0-9 2/7 Hawaii Pacific L 2-7 2/17 Dominican W 9-0 2/25 CSU San Bernardino* W 8-1 2/26 UC Riverside* W 7-2 3/1 San Francisco State W 9-0 3/3 UC Santa Cruz W 5-4 3/10 Grand Canyon* W 5-4 3/11 Cal State Bakersfield* W 6-3 3/17 Saint Mary’s L 0-9 3/21 San Francisco State* W 9-0 3/24 San Francisco W 5-4 3/31 Cal Poly Pomona* W 7-2 4/1 Cal State L.A.* W 8-1 4/2 CSU San Bernardino W 9-0 4/5 Menlo W 9-0 4/20 San Jose State L 0-9 4/21 UC Davis* L 0-9 5/6 Hawaii Pacific# L 2-5 Record: 6-12 * CCAA match Final Regional Rank: 7th # NCAA Regional 2/15 Cal State L.A. W 7-2 2/16 Cal Baptist W 9-0 2/19 CSU San Bernardino W 8-1 2/26 Santa Clara L 1-8 2/28 Grand Canyon L 3-6 Record: 14-10 3/1 Cal State Bakersfield L 4-5 Final Regional Rank: 8th 3/7 Cal Poly Pomona L 1-8 1/20 Chaminade W 7-2 3/9 Presbyterian L 3-6 1/21 Hawaii-Hilo L 4-5 3/17 Montana L 1-8 1/23 Chaminade W 7-2 3/26 Dominican W 9-0 1/25 Hawaii Pacific L 0-9 4/3 Abilene Christian L 0-9 2/4 UC Santa Cruz W 6-3 4/4 Cal State Bakersfield L 4-5 2/6 San Francisco W 7-0 4/5 Cal State L.A. W 8-1 2/8 San Jose State L 1-6 4/6 San Jose State L 2-7 2/14 Sacramento State L 2-5 4/18 UC Santa Cruz L 4-5 2/18 Pomona-Pitzer W 7-2 4/19 UC Davis L 1-8 2/19 Cal State Bakersfield* W 5-4 5/1 Cal State Bakersfield# L 0-5 2/23 San Francisco State* W 9-0 # NCAA Regional 3/2 Cal State L.A.* W 9-0 3/3 UC San Diego* L 1-8 3/10 CSU San Bernardino* W 8-1 3/11 Cal Poly Pomona* W 7-2 3/14 Northern Iowa L 2-7 Record: 12-13 3/16 Gonzaga L 3-6 Final Regional Rank: 8th 3/22 Dominican W 6-1 Final National Rank: 35th 3/23 Puget Sound W 9-0 1/17 Hawaii-Hilo W 6-3 3/29 Western New Mexico W 8-1 1/18 Hawaii Pacific L 1-8 3/31 Grand Canyon* L 2-7 1/19 BYU-Hawaii L 0-9 4/4 San Francisco State W 9-0 1/21 Chaminade W 7-2 4/5 UC Davis* L 1-8 2/5 UC Santa Cruz W 6-3 4/20 Cal State Bakersfield# L 3-6 2/9 San Francisco State* W 7-0 * CCAA match 2/12 UC Davis* L 0-9 # NCAA Regional 2/19 CSU Dominguez Hills* W 8-1 2/20 Cal State L.A.* W 6-3 2/21 Redlands W 6-3 2/27 UC Riverside* W 6-3 Record: 13-9 3/6 Grand Canyon* L 3-6 3/7 Cal State Bakersfield* L 1-8 Final Regional Rank: 8th 3/13 Cal Poly Pomona* L 3-6 Final National Rank: 40th 3/16 Montana L 1-8 1/24 Saint Mary’s L 3-6 3/17 Southern Cal College W 8-1 2/2 UC Santa Cruz W 7-2 3/19 Sacramento State W 8-1 2/8 San Francisco L 2-7 3/27 US International W 8-1 2/16 UC San Diego* L 0-9 3/30 Dominican W 9-0 2/18 Cal State L.A. W 7-2 4/3 Grand Canyon* L 4-5 2/22 Grand Canyon* L 3-6 4/8 CSU San Bernardino* W 6-0

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2/26 Dominican W 9-0 3/8 Cal State Bakersfield* W 7-2 3/11 San Jose State L 3-6 3/16 Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-9 3/17 CSU San Bernardino* W 7-2 3/20 San Francisco State* W 9-0 3/26 Seattle W 9-0 3/29 Gonzaga W 5-4 4/5 Portland State W 9-0 4/7 Seattle W 9-0 4/11 UC Davis* L 3-6 4/15 San Francisco State* W 9-0 4/18 Grand Canyon^ L 0-9 4/19 Cal State L.A.^ W 6-3 4/20 CSU San Bernardino^ W 9-0 5/3 BYU-Hawaii# L 1-5 * CCAA match ^ CCAA Tournament # NCAA Regional

2005

Record: 9-11 Final Regional Rank: 6th Final National Rank: 36th 2/5 UC Santa Cruz L 4-5 2/10 San Jose State L 3-4 2/12 Saint Mary’s L 1-8 2/18 Cal State L.A.* W 7-2 2/23 Cal State Bakersfield* W 7-2 2/24 Western New Mexico W 9-0 2/25 UC San Diego* L 1-8 2/26 CSU San Bernardino* W 8-1 3/5 UC San Diego* L 0-9 3/9 UC Davis L 0-7 3/15 San Jose State L 3-6 3/17 Dominican W 9-0 3/25 Cal State L.A.* L 3-6 3/26 Cal Poly Pomona* L 4-5 3/31 Northern Colorado L 1-5 4/1 Colo-Colo Springs W 9-0 4/12 Cal State Bakersfield* W 8-1 4/15 Cal Poly Pomona* W 5-4 Record: 9-10 4/16 CSU San Bernardino* W 9-0 Final Regional Rank: 8th 4/30 Cal Poly Pomona# L 0-5 2/4 Saint Mary’s L 3-4 * CCAA match 2/7 UC Santa Cruz L 3-6 ^ CCAA Tournament 2/15 Cal State Bakersfield* W 6-3 # NCAA Regional 2/21 Cal State L.A.* W 5-4 2/22 CSU San Bernardino* W 8-1 2/28 Cal Poly Pomona* L 0-9 3/1 UC San Diego* L 0-9 Record: 10-8 3/7 Western New Mexico W 9-0 3/8 Grand Canyon* L 3-6 Final Regional Rank: 6th 3/14 UC Davis* L 0-9 Final National Rank: 32nd 3/18 San Jose State L 2-5 2/10 UC Davis L 0-7 3/26 Dominican W 9-0 2/15 San Jose State L 1-6 3/28 San Francisco State* W 6-3 2/16 Cal State Bakersfield* W 7-2 4/11 Pt. Loma Nazarene L 0-9 2/24 UC San Diego* L 1-8 4/12 Alliant University W 5-4 2/25 Cal State L.A.* W 6-3 4/17 Grand Canyon^ L 2-5 3/4 UC San Diego* L 0-9 4/18 CSU San Bernardino^ W 5-2 3/17 UC Santa Cruz L 2-7 4/19 Cal State L.A.^ W 5-1 3/21 San Jose State L 0-9 5/2 BYU-Hawaii# L 0-5 3/24 Cal State L.A.* W 7-2 * CCAA match 3/29 Cal State Bakersfield* W 7-2 ^ CCAA Tournament 4/7 Cal Poly Pomona* L 4-5 # NCAA Regional 4/8 Cal State Bakersfield* W 7-2 4/13 Cal Poly Pomona* W 5-4 4/15 CSU San Bernardino* W 7-2 4/18 Colo-Colo Springs W 7-2 4/19 Metro State W 8-1 Record: 11-10 4/20 Colorado Christian W 5-1 Final Regional Rank: 7th 4/29 UC San Diego# L 0-5 Final National Rank: 37th * CCAA match 10/24 Bryant W 9-0 # NCAA Regional 10/25 Franklin Pierce W 9-0 10/26 Saint Anselm W 9-0 2/3 San Jose State L 4-5 2/6 UC Davis* L 0-9 Record: 8-10 2/19 Western New Mexico W 9-0 2/27 Saint Mary’s L 2-5 Final Regional Rank: 6th 3/3 UC Santa Cruz W 5-4 2/2 UC Davis L 0-7 3/6 Grand Canyon* L 3-6 2/16 UC San Diego* L 2-7 3/9 Rochester W 8-1 2/17 Cal State L.A.* L 1-8 3/12 Cal State Bakersfield* W 7-2 3/3 UC Santa Cruz L 4-5 3/17 San Jose State L 3-4 3/6 Concordia (CA) L 1-8 3/19 Dominican W 9-0 3/7 San Jose State L 0-7 3/25 CSU San Bernardino* W 6-0 3/9 UC San Diego* L 4-5 3/26 UC San Diego* L 0-9 3/16 Western New Mexico W 9-0 3/27 Cal State L.A.* L 4-5 3/17 Cal State Bakersfield* W 6-3 3/31 San Francisco State* W 7-2 3/18 Montana St-Billings W 5-1 4/2 San Francisco L 0-9 3/23 Cal State L.A.* L 0-9 4/10 Cal Poly Pomona* W 5-4 3/31 Cal Poly Pomona* W 5-4 4/17 UC San Diego^ L 1-5 4/1 CSU San Bernardino* W 8-1 5/6 Hawaii-Hilo# L 0-6 4/4 Cal State Bakersfield* W 6-3 * CCAA match 4/6 Cal Poly Pomona* W 5-4 ^ CCAA Tournament 4/14 CSU San Bernardino* W 6-1 # NCAA Regional 4/18 San Jose State L 1-8 4/28 UC San Diego# L 1-5 * CCAA match # NCAA Regional

2003

2006

2004

2007

2008

Record: 6-11 2/8 San Jose State L 0-7 2/15 UC Davis L 0-7 2/26 Dominican W 9-0 2/27 UC Santa Cruz W 5-4 2/29 UC San Diego* L 2-7 3/7 Cal Poly Pomona* L 3-6 3/8 CSU San Bernardino* W 7-2 3/12 San Jose State L 3-6 3/18 Notre Dame De Nam. W 9-0 3/21 Cal State L.A.* L 4-5 4/2 Portland L 0-9 4/4 UC San Diego* L 0-9 4/5 Cal State L.A.* L 4-5 4/11 Cal Poly Pomona* L 4-5 4/12 CSU San Bernardino* W 6-3 4/17 Notre Dame De Nam. W 9-0 4/18 UC Santa Cruz L 4-5 *CCAA match

2009

Record: 11-9 2/4 Academy of Art W 6-3 2/10 UC Santa Cruz W 8-1 2/20 San Jose State L 3-6 2/21 Cal Poly Pomona* W 5-4 2/27 CSU San Bernardino* W 9-0 2/28 UC San Diego* L 0-9 3/6 UC San Diego* L 1-8 3/7 Cal State L.A.* W 9-0 3/11 UC Davis L 0-7 3/12 Hawaii-Hilo L 4-5 3/18 Notre Dame de Nam. W 9-0 3/20 CSU Stanislaus* L 4-5 3/24 Dominican W 9-0 3/27 Cal State L.A.* W 8-1 3/31 San Jose State L 0-7 4/3 Montana L 1-8 4/4 UC Santa Cruz W 7-2 4/17 Cal Poly Pomona* L 4-5 4/18 CSU San Bernardino* W 7-2 4/19 CSU Stanislaus* W 5-4 *CCAA match

2010

Record: 10-10 Final Regional Rank: 6th Final National Rank: 35th 2/3 Academy of Art W 8-1 2/12 UC San Diego* L 1-8 2/13 Cal State L.A.* W 6-3 2/18 San Jose State L 2-7 2/19 UC San Diego* L 1-8 3/4 UC Santa Cruz W 9-0 3/4 CSU San Bernardino* W 5-1 3/7 CSU Stanislaus* L 2-7 3/10 Dixie State W 9-0 3/12 CSU San Bernardino* W 6-3 3/13 Cal Poly Pomona* L 3-6 3/17 Dominican W 9-0 3/19 Southern Oregon W 9-0 3/23 San Jose State L 1-6 3/25 Cal State L.A.* L 3-6 3/26 Weber State L 4-5 4/3 Cal Poly Pomona* L 3-6 4/7 Chaminade W 5-4 4/8 Hawaii-Hilo W 7-2 4/13 CSU Stanislaus* L 2-7 *CCAA match


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

HEAD COACH Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince Tracey Prince

OVERALL 13-11 6-12 12-13 15-7 14-10 13-9 9-10 11-10 9-11 10-8 8-10 6-11 11-9 10-10

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

NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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

OPPONENT UC Riverside Barry Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Hawaii Pacific Cal State Bakersfield BYU-Hawaii BYU-Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Cal Poly Pomona UC San Diego UC San Diego

REG. RANK NAT’L RANK 4th 27th 7th 8th 35th 4th 14th 8th 8th 40th 8th 7th 37th 6th 36th 6th 32nd 6th - - - 6th 35th

SITE RESULT Rohnert Park, Calif. W, 5-4 Springfield, Mo. L, 2-7 Bakersfield, Calif. L, 0-5 Bakersfield, Calif. L, 2-5 Laie, Hawaii L, 2-5 Bakersfield, Calif. L, 3-6 Laie, Hawaii L, 1-5 Laie, Hawaii L, 0-5 Hilo, Hawaii L, 0-6 Pomona, Calif. L, 0-5 La Jolla, Calif. L, 0-5 La Jolla, Calif. L, 1-5

ALL-TIME SERIES NCAA DIVISION I

Gonzaga.............................................................. 1-1 Montana............................................................... 0-4 Northern Colorado.............................................. 0-1 Northern Iowa..................................................... 0-1 Portland............................................................... 0-1 Portland State..................................................... 1-0 Sacramento State................................................ 1-1 Saint Mary’s (CA)................................................. 0-5 San Francisco...................................................... 3-3 San Jose State...................................................0-20 Santa Clara.......................................................... 0-3 UC Davis............................................................... 0-5 Weber State......................................................... 0-1 ALL-TIME vs. NCAA DIVISION I..............6-46

NCAA DIVISION II

Abilene Christian.................................................. 0-1 Academy of Art.................................................... 2-0 Barry................................................................... 0-1 Bryant.................................................................. 1-0 BYU-Hawaii.......................................................... 0-3 Cal Poly Pomona................................................8-14 Cal State Bakersfield (I)....................................12-7 Cal State Dominguez Hills....................................2-0 Cal State L.A......................................................15-7 Cal State San Bernardino..................................23-0 Cal State Stanislaus............................................. 1-3 Chaminade........................................................... 4-0 Colorado Christian............................................... 1-0 Colorado-Colorado Springs.................................2-0 Dixie State............................................................ 1-0 Dominican............................................................ 2-0 Franklin Pierce..................................................... 1-0 Grand Canyon....................................................1-10 Hawaii-Hilo........................................................... 2-3 Hawaii Pacific....................................................... 0-4 Northern Colorado (I)......................................... 0-1 Metro State.......................................................... 1-0 Montana State-Billings......................................... 1-0 Notre Dame de Namur........................................ 5-0 Presbyterian (I)................................................... 0-1 Saint Anselm........................................................ 1-0 San Francisco State............................................. 9-0 Seattle.................................................................. 2-0 UC Davis (I).......................................................... 0-8 UC Riverside (I)................................................... 3-1 UC San Diego.....................................................0-19 Western New Mexico............................................ 5-0 ALL-TIME vs. NCAA DIVISION II......... 102-82

NCAA DIVISION III

Bowdoin............................................................... 0-1 Menlo................................................................... 1-0 Mills...................................................................... 2-0 Pomona-Pitzer..................................................... 1-1 Puget Sound........................................................ 1-0 Redlands.............................................................. 1-0 Rochester............................................................ 1-0 Southern Oregon................................................. 1-0 UC San Diego (II)................................................. 0-1 UC Santa Cruz...................................................... 9-7 ALL-TIME vs. NCAA DIVISION III.......... 17-10

NAIA

Alliant International.............................................. 4-0 Cal Baptist........................................................... 1-0 Concordia (CA).................................................... 0-1 Dominican..........................................................11-0 Point Loma Nazarene.......................................... 1-1 Southern California College.................................2-0 Southern Oregon................................................. 1-0 ALL-TIME vs. NAIA............................20-2 I - Now competes as an NCAA Division I institution. II - Now competes as an NCAA Division II institution.

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DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY

BILL FUSCO

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Phone_ ______________________ 707-664-2521 Fax _________________________ 707-664-4104 Website_ ________________ sonomaseawolves.com Bill Fusco is now in his 14th year as the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Sonoma State UniDirector of Athletics_ _________________ Bill Fusco versity. Under his leadership, SSU intercollegiate Phone: 707-664-2521; E-Mail: bill.fusco@sonoma.edu teams have become a competitive force since Associate Athletics Director_ ______ Brandon Bronzan joining the California Collegiate Athletic Associa Phone: 707-664-2358; E-Mail: brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu Associate Athletics Director/SWA_____ Yvonne Burbank tion (CCAA) in 1998. SSU teams have performed well at the regional and national level during his Phone: 707-664-2641; E-Mail: yvonne.burbank@sonoma.edu Associate Athletics Director_ ____________ Mike Ogg tenure. Phone: 707-664-3351; E-Mail: ogg@sonoma.edu Assistant Athletic Director_ ______ Megan Christensen Fusco has overseen an unprecedented number Phone: 707-664-2750; E-Mail: megan.christensen@sonoma.edu of changes in the SSU intercollegiate athletic Faculty Athletic Representative_______ Dr. Duane Dove program, since his arrival in 1997. SSU Athletics has successfully moved into the Administrative Analyst______________ Nancy Crosat California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), initiated the awarding of athletic Equipment Manager__________________ Willie Lee scholarships, transitioned to a new mascot, established media partnerships and has Compliance Coordinator___________ Michael Balasek expanded fund raising through special events like Bidnight Madness, the annual car Administrative Assistant________________ Erin Rock drawing and the Annual Fund Drive of the University Athletic Association. Marketing Assistant_ ______________ Emily Nedrow Sports Information Director____________ Tyler Lobe Sports Information Assistant_ ___________Kevin Ash Fusco has served as President of the CCAA (2004-05) and is the Past President Sports Information Phone_ _________ 707-664-2478 of the NCAA Division II Athletics Directors Association. He also served for four years Sports Information Fax_ ___________ 707-664-3291 (1999-2003) on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Athletic Training Phone____________ 707-664-2937 Directors of Athletics (NACDA). Fusco also served on the NCAA Division II Degree Head Athletic Trainer_________________ Bo Owens Completion Scholarship Committee and the NCAA West Region Women’s Tennis Com Phone: 707-664-4316; E-Mail: bo.owens@sonoma.edu mittee. He recently completed a term on the California State University Risk ManageAsst. Head Athletic Trainer_____________ Julie Miller ment Authority Athletic Injury Medical Expense Board. Fusco was recently appointed Athletic Trainers____ Andrew Simpkins, Yuko Hasegawa to a four-year term on the NCAA Championships Committee.

COACHES DIRECTORY

As President of the NCAA Division II Athletics Directors Association he helped Baseball_________________________ John Goelz develop the Division II Model Athletics Department, a program that establishes the Phone: 707-664-2524; E-Mail: john.goelz@sonoma.edu guiding principles of operating a Division II intercollegiate athletic program. Men’s Basketball_ _________________Pat Fuscaldo

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

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

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

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

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

Men’s/Women’s Golf________________Val Verhunce With over 27 years of combined athletic administrative experience, Fusco has served as Director of Athletics at the University of San Francisco and Dominican Phone: 707-799-0712; E-Mail: verhunce@sonoma.edu Men’s Soccer___________________ Marcus Ziemer 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 Phone: 707-664-2614; E-Mail: ziemer@sonoma.edu Men’s Tennis________________ Steve Cunninghame USF Graduate Sports Management Program where has taught an elective class titled Phone: 707-664-2657; E-Mail: steve.cunninghame@sonoma.edu Administrative Leadership in Intercollegiate Athletics. He is also an adjunct faculty Softball_______________________Jennifer Bridges member at Dominican University and has taught a class titled Introduction to Sports Phone: 707-664-4054; E-Mail: jennifer.bridges@sonoma.edu Management. Volleyball_ ______________________ Bear Grassl 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 Phone: 707-664-2498; E-Mail: mark.rigby@sonoma.edu Women’s Cross Country______________ Mark James State University. Women’s Basketball_ ________________Mark Rigby

Women’s Soccer_________________ Luke Oberkirch Women’s Tennis__________________Joaquin Lopez Women’s Water Polo_____________ Coralie Simmons

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


BRANDON BRONZAN

ASSOCIATE A.D. - COMMUNICATION & MARKETING Brandon Bronzan is in his ninth 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 re-classified 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 National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Bronzan has also served for two seasons 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, and son, Luke.

YVONNE BURBANK

ASSOCIATE A.D. - STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES Yvonne Burbank is in her fourth year as Associate Athletics Director for Student Athlete Services in 201011. She also serves as the Senior Woman Administrator for Intercollegiate Athletics at Sonoma State University. 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.

MIKE OGG

DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS Mike is in his second year working as the Director of Business Operations for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Previously, he worked for two years at SSU in Common Management Systems. Prior to joining Intercollegiate Athletics, Mike worked for 10 years at American Home Shield in Santa Rosa, CA. As part of the national management team, he led corporate quality improvement project teams, and managed Training and Development specialists in multiple geographic locations. Mike graduated from SSU with a B.A. in Economics with a concentration in Finance (2001) and an MBA (2010). He lives in Santa Rosa with his wife Kimi and their daughter Carina.

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