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AGGIE GYM

FOUNDED: 1908 ENROLLMENT: 6,000 NICKNAME: Aggies COLORS: Black & Gold GYMNASIUM: Aggie Gym CAPACITY: 1,800 AFFILIATION: NCAA Division II CONFERENCE: Lone Star PRESIDENT: Dr. Cindy Ross ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jim Jackson ASSC. A.D./COMPLIANCE: Kim Vinson SPORTS INFORMATION: Tony Black WEBSITE: goaggies.cameron.edu

HEAD COACH: Brianne Lowe ALMA MATER: Mississippi State, 2001 CU RECORD: 31-25 (two years) CAREER RECORD: 113-62 (four years) PHONE #: (580)581-5596 EMAIL: bsmedley@cameron.edu OFFICE: South Shepler 514 GRAD. ASSISTANT: Tory Brouwer 2008 RECORD: 17-12 2008 LSC RECORD: 5-8 CONFERENCE FINISH: 10th place STARTERS R/L: 3/3 + libero LETTERWINNERS R/L: 6/6

CAMERON UNIVERSITY 2800 WEST GORE BOULEVARD LAWTON, OK 73505

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2010 # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 17

Name Malyssa Acton Joanie Dubberly Jenna Risoli Nikita Abbott Adrienne Lawson Mariah Westlake Valerie Ogle Megan Olivarez Sarah Corbett Filly Ezenwa Jenna Keeler Amanda Filiaga Alissa Arment Amber Schroer

Pos. OH L/DS S OH OH DS S OH OH RS MB MB DS MB

Ht. 5’10” 5'6" 5’6” 5’9” 5’8” 5’4” 6’0” 5’9” 5’11” 5’11” 6’2” 5’9” 5’5” 6'1"

Cl. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. RS-Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Hometown (Previous School) Murphy, Texas (Plano East HS) Lee's Summit, Mo. (Lee's Summit HS) Frisco, Texas (Centennial HS) Tunapuna, Trin. & Toba. (Tunapuna) The Colony, Texas (The Colony HS) Spokane, Wash. (University of Idaho) Yukon, Okla. (Mustang HS) Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll HS) Manteca, Calif. (Feather River College) El Paso, Texas (Redlands CC) Plantation, Fla. (Plantation HS) Pocatello, Ida. (College of Southern Idaho) East Earl, Pa. (Garden Spot HS) Strong City, Kan. (Chase County HS)

Head Coach: Brianne Smedley Graduate Assistant Coach: Tory Brouwer

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Brianne Lowe comes into her third year at Cameron University, where she has posted a 31-25 record in her first two seasons. Lowe’s Aggies began the 2009 season 11-3 and finished the year by winning 4-of-7. She also coached a trio of student-athletes to a second team all-conference honor. Smedley began her head coaching career with Berry College, where she had an 82-37 record in her three seasons at the helm, including a 29-7 conference record. Last season her squad set a Berry College record for wins in a single season after going 35-9. The 2007 squad also achieved its first national ranking in school history. Smedley began coaching in 2003 after competing for four years for the Mississippi State University Bulldog volleyball team. She graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology, and stayed in Starkville, Miss., to attain her Master of Science degree in 2002, also in exercise science.

lades. She was named the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) Coach of the Year and the Region XIII Coach of the Year in 2005. She also coached the first Honorable Mention All-American and the first Third Team All-American in Berry College history. Also at Berry, Smedley coached a total of eight First Team All-Conference players, four Second Team All-Conference players, seven All-Region players, and one Conference Freshman of the Year. Prior to Berry College, Smedley served as Assistant Coach at both Centenary College of Louisiana, a Division I program, and Saint Leo University ( Florida), a Division II program. Smedley also has coached at a number of big name summer camps on the campuses of the University of Alabama, the University of Texas, the University of Florida, and the University of Tennessee, to name a few. In July she married women’s basketball assistant coach Steve Lowe and the couple resides in Lawton.

During her collegiate career as a right side hitter and middle blocker, Smedley was named the team MVP in both 1999 and 2000, and was named to the All-SEC Second team in 2000. She was also named the MVP of the Memphis and Air Force Invitational tournaments in 2000, and garnered All-Tournament honors at the MSU Invitational in both 1999 and 2000. After becoming a head coach Smedley continued to accumulate a number of awards and acco7

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Tory Brouwer comes to Cameron after a stellar four year career at Southwest Minnesota State, where she played on the right side. As a senior she saw action in 109 sets, had 285 kills, scored 313 points for the Mustangs and helped lead her team to the NCAA Tournament. As a junior her playing time increased and she saw action in 108 sets and smacked down 198 kills. During her junior season, Brouwer had a career-high 17 kills versus Minnesota State Moorhead and dug up a career-high 10 balls against ConcordiaSt. Paul. As a sophomore, the Maynard, Minn., native had a career-high six kills versus Upper Iowa and tallied two blocks and four digs on the season. Saw minimal playing time as a freshman, appearing in seven matches and had a career-high eight digs versus Minnesota State, Mankato (Sept. 19) In high school, Brouwer was a three-year letterwinner, two-time all-area selection, earned all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior also earned all-conference honors in basketball and softball. She is the daughter of Ardell and Cathy Brouwer. She majored in exercise science with coaching minor. Brouwer will assist in film breakdown, daily practices and travel plans. 8

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1 MALYSSA ACTON Junior OUTSIDE HITTER

2009 (Sophomore): Played in 47 sets before an injury ended season ... Had a season-high 26 kills against Lubbock Christian ... Had seven double-doubles ... Averaged 3.55 kills and 2.83 digs per set.

med ... Graduated from Plano East High School.

2008 (Freshman): Saw action in 101 sets, averaged 2.38 kills and 2.07 digs per set ... Smacked a career-high 17 kills against Texas A&M - Kingsville and on the defensive side of the ball had 19 digs ... Scored 41 times on service aces with a season-best six against Arkansas-Monticello .... Also had two double-doubles. Personal: Daughter of Steve and Terry Acton ... Majoring in pre-

Year 2008 2009

SP-MP 101-27 47-13 148-40

K 240 167 407

E 117 34 151

TA 826 496 1322

PCT .149 .268 .193

A 11 4 15

SA 41 19 60

SE 14 10 24

RE 15 8 23

DIG 209 133 342

BS 5 0 5

BA 16 3 19

BE 0 0 0

BHE 2 0 2

2 Joanie Dubberly SOPHOMORE Libero/Defensive specialist

2009 (Freshman): Had a season-best two assists against Oklahoma City and Eastern New Mexico ... Scored on three service aces at Southwestern Oklahoma ... Career-high 19 digs at home versus Oklahoma City. Personal: Daughter of William and Elizabeth ... Is an undecided major ... Graduated from Lee’s Summit High School.

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Year 2009

SP-MP K 83-23 0

E 0

TA 5

PCT .000

A 8

SA 10

SE 14

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RE 22

DIG 189

BS 0

BA 0

BE 0

BHE 0


4 Nikita abbott Junior OUTSIDE HITTER

2009 (Sophomore): Playing time increased and had three matches, which produced 20 or more kills ... Had 26 killls in a match against Southeastern Oklahoma ... First career double-double versus Pittsburg State ... Career-best three block assists came at home

versus Texas A&M-Commerce.

ing in computer information system ... Graduated from Tunapuna Government Secondary School.

2008 (Freshman): Played spairingly as a true freshman ... Had a season-high 10 kills at home against Texas A&M-Kingsville ... Had a pair of block assists in the same match against Kingsville. Personal: Daughter of Brian Bostic and Michelle Abbott ... Major-

Year 2008 2009

SP-MP 22-11 82-22 104-33

K 35 279 314

E 18 111 129

TA 101 716 817

PCT .168 .235 .226

A 2 5 7

SA 0 0 0

SE 2 2 4

RE 1 3 4

DIG 5 63 68

BS 1 1 2

BA 6 20 26

BE 0 4 4

BHE 0 3 3

5 Adrienne Lawson Junior OUTSIDE HITTER

2009 (Sophomore): Ended the season with six straight matches of 10 or more kills ... Knocked down a season-best 18 kills against Oklahoma City University ... Seasonhigh four service aces came in a match versus Western New Mexico ... 10 double-doubles on the season.

Personal: Daughter of Ron and Verda Lawson ... Majoring in medical technology ... Graduated from The Colony High School.

2008 (Freshman): Saw action in 81 sets with a season-high of 16 kills versus Southern Arkansas ... Had three double-doubles on the year ... Was also able to get three block assists at home against Central Oklahoma.

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Year 2008 2009

SP-MP 81-25 113-29 194-54

K 146 223 369

E 77 121 198

TA 527 774 1301

PCT .131 .132 .131

A 9 23 32

SA 6 20 26

SE 22 49 71

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RE 17 29 46

DIG 124 396 520

BS 3 4 7

BA 21 27 48

BE 5 1 6

BHE 1 2 3


7 Valerie Ogle Senior Setter

2009 (Junior): Saw action in four matches ... Career-high 20 assists versus Minnesota StateMoorhead ... Came up with six digs in same match.

Personal: Daughter of Curtis and Karen Ogle ... Majoring in physical education ... Graduated from Mustang High School.

2008 (Sophomore): Was limited in playing time ... Had a season-best seven assits at Oklahoma Panhandle State ... Knocked down a pair of service aces versus Felician College 2007 (Freshman): Three kills was a season-high versus Fort Hays State ... Also produced a season-best three assists at home against Oklahoma Panhandle State ... Had first career solo block against Midwestern State.

Year 2007 2008 2009

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SP-MP 49-19 2-2 6-4 57-25

K 7 0 3 10

E 12 1 2 15

TA 63 4 8 75

PCT -.079 -.250 .125 -.066

A 18 7 24 49

SA 0 2 0 1

SE 2 0 1 3

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RE 2 0 0 1

DIG 16 6 7 29

BS 1 0 0 1

BA 8 1 1 10

BE 1 0 0 1

BHE 1 0 1 2


17 Amber Schroer Senior Middle Blocker

2009 (RS-Junior): Averaged 1.10 kills and 0.73 blocks per set ... Had a season-best eight kills twice ... Had three solo blocks against Alabama-Huntsville and six block assists at Tarleton State ... Scored a season-high 10.5 points at Central Oklahoma. 2008 (Junior): Redshirt Personal: Daughter of Ace and Debbie Schroer ... Majoring in medical technology ... Went to junior college at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas.

Year 2008 2009

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SP-MP K Redshirt 79-23 87

E

TA

PCT

A

SA

SE

RE

DIG

BS

BA

BE

BHE

29

235

.247

5

0

0

1

17

12

46

7

0

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3 Jenna Risoli freshman setter

High School: Graduated from Centennial High School ... Lettered in volleyball and soccer ... Named District 9-4A Top Setter and MVP ... Named Dallas Morning News All-Area Second Team ... Named team captain and Impact Player of the Year ... Helped lead team to the District 9-4A Championship and regional semifinals. Personal: Daughter of Chris and Michele Risoli ... Majoring in accounting and secondary education ... Enjoys movies and sand volleyball ... Has a twin brother ... Father was a professional bullrider and was a part of the bareback riding team for the University of Tennessee.

6 mariah Westlake Freshman defensive specialist

Prvious School: Attended the University of Idaho, but did not play ... Will have four years of eligibility left. High School: Graduated from Lewis and Clark High School ... Helped team to a Washington State Championship in 2008 ... Also was district and regional championship in 2008. Personal: Daughter of Mark and Lisa ... Is majoring in education ... Born in Adak, Alaska.

8 Megan Olivarez Freshman Outside Hitter

Prvious School: Graduated from Mary Carroll High School ... Lettered twice in volleyball ... Named All-South Texas and first team all-district ... Also captured the teams Rookie of the Year honor ... Helped lead team to district championship for two years .... Named All-South Texas twice and allmetro ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Personal: Daughter of Robert and Cynthis Olivarez ... Majoring in computer science ... Swam competitavley for nine years ... Enjoys surfing, sand surfing and reading.

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9 Sarah Corbett Freshman Outside hitter

Previous School: Attended Feather River College … Was a two year starter … Named captain in 2009 and all-conference the same year. a

High School: Graduated from Sierra High School … Named Most Improved Player in 2004 … Was two year captain and team MVP in 2007 ... Earned Lobo Gold for having an outstanding GPA … Also was named Scholarship Athlete of the Year … Earned seven letters in volleyball and track. Personal: Daughter of Bruce and Dinah Corbett … Majoring in education … Father played football at Long Beach State … Off the court enjoys rodeo, riding horses and fishing … Used to dance ballet.

10 Filly Ezenwa junior Right side

Prvious School: Attended Redlands Community College ... Ranked nationally in blocks twice ... Led region in blocks in 2008 ... Named to the region all-tournament team. High School: Graduated from Irvin High School ... Lettered in volleyball, basketball and track ... Member of the National Honor Society, All-Irvin Girl, Academic Letterwinner, Top 5 GPA, Who’s Who and Who’s Who Among African-American Students ... Named all-district in volleyball, basketball and track ... Was a three-time regional qualifier in track. Personal: Daughter of Francis and Betty Ezenwa ... Majoring in educational diagnostician ... Off the court enjoys listening to music ... Can also play the viola and piano.

11 Jenna Keeler Freshman Middle blocker

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High School: Three year letter winner from Plantation High School ... Named captain amd MVP as junior and senior ... Lettered in volleyball and softball ... Graduation with a 4.0 GPA ... Wendy’s High School Heisman in 2009 ... Named scholar athlete in 2009 ... Named Outstanding Sophomore of the Year and was part of the National Honor Society ... Named Sun Sentinal All-County First Team Miami Herald second team all-county in 2009 and honorable mention in 2008 ... Named to the Broward County Athletic Association All-Star Team in 2009. Personal: Daughter of David and Laura Keeler ... Majoring in elementary education ... Wanted to always become a gymnast ... Mother played softball at Broward College.

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16 Alissa Arment Freshman Defensive specialist

High School: Graduated from Garden Spot High School … Lettered in volleyball and track … Earned a leadership award in volleyball. Personal: Daughter of Terry Arment and Monica Santana … Majoring in early childhood elementary education.

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Cameron Aggies Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 02, 2010) All matches Overall record: 17-12 Conf: 5-8 Home: 6-3 Away: 2-7 Neutral: 9-2 Attack sp mp-ms

k/s

e

ta

pct

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Sydney Stewart

89

1

Malyssa Acton

47

26-12

145 1.63

33

389

. 28 8

13 0.15

7 0.08

14

13-10

167 3.55

34

496

. 26 8

4 0.09

19 0.40

10

17

Amber Schroer

79

23-9

4

Nikita Abbott

82

22-2

87 1.10

29

235

. 24 7

5 0.06

0 0.00

0

279 3.40 111

716

. 23 5

5 0.06

0 0.00

2

14

Lindsay Paziuk

113

29-15

6

Kellie Dickerson

81

22-12

337 2.98 117

938

. 23 5

82 0.73

10 0.09

27

166 2.05

74

431

. 21 3

9 0.11

17 0.21

27

13

Laura Ellerbrock

110

28-15

5

Adrienne Lawson

113

29-11

67 0.61

36

229

. 13 5 1154 10.4

30 0.27

38

223 1.97 121

774

. 13 2

23 0.20

20 0.18

49

7

Valerie Ogle

4-1

3 0.50

2

Joanie Dubberly

83

23-3

0 0.00

2

8

. 12 5

24 4.00

0 0.00

1

0

5

. 00 0

8 0.10

10 0.12

14

11

Kayla Ryan

13

7-0

0 0.00

0

0

. 00 0

0 0.00

0 0.00

4

9

Jelia Janssen

8

5-1

2 0.25

14

29

- .41 4

0 0.00

0 0.00

0

3

Lindsay Carroll

105

28-5

0 0.00

5

11

- .45 5

37 0.35

16 0.15

27

CAMERON AGGIES

113

29-29

1476 13.0 576 4261

. 21 1 1365 12.0

129 1.14 213

Opponents

113

29-29

1443 12.7 585 4214

. 20 4 1309 11.5

138 1.22 198

Dig

16

a

Serve

Player

6

k

Set

##

a/s

sa

Blocking

sa/s

se

Points

##

Player

sp

re

dig

dig/s

bs

ba

total

12

Sydney Stewart

89

1

Malyssa Acton

47

0

41

0.46

10

49

59

0.66

6

1

186.5

2.10

8

133

2.83

0

3

3

0.06

0

0

187.5

3.99

17

Amber Schroer

79

1

4

Nikita Abbott

82

3

17

0.22

12

46

58

0.73

7

0

122.0

1.54

63

0.77

1

20

21

0.26

3

2

290.0

3.54

14

Lindsay Paziuk

113

19

288

2.55

4

31

35

0.31

4

3

366.5

3.24

6

Kellie Dickerson

81

0

54

0.67

8

37

45

0.56

5

1

209.5

2.59

13

Laura Ellerbrock

110

1

317

2.88

0

41

41

0.37

5

17

117.5

1.07

5

Adrienne Lawson

113

29

396

3.50

4

27

31

0.27

1

2

260.5

2.31

7

Valerie Ogle

6

0

7

1.17

0

1

1

0.17

0

1

3.5

0.58

2

Joanie Dubberly

83

22

189

2.28

0

0

0

0.00

0

0

10.0

0.12

11

Kayla Ryan

13

1

10

0.77

0

0

0

0.00

0

0

0.0

0.00

9

Jelia Janssen

8

1

5

0.62

0

0

0

0.00

0

0

2.0

0.25

3

Lindsay Carroll

105

35

341

3.25

0

0

0

0.00

1

1

16.0

0.15

-

TEAM

-

18

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

CAMERON AGGIES......

113 138 1861 16.47

39

255 166.5

1.47

32

28

1771.5

15.68

Opponents...........

113 129 1842 16.30

42

258 171.0

1.51

52

39

1752.0

15.50

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blk/s

be

bhe

pts

pts/s


Game – Individual DIGS................................. 36 - Jenny Head (vs. ENMU) 2003 ............. ............................36 -Jenny Head (vs. TAMUK) 2003 .......................................36 - Haley Hatch (vs. MSSU) 2007 BLOCK SOLOS.............12 - Amy Dreier (vs. ENMU) 1991 BLOCK ASSISTS ............11 - Alysha Pritt (vs. TWU) 2005 TOTAL BLOCKS . ........15 - Amy Dreier (vs. ENMU) 1991 KILLS...........................30 - Kelsey Kosick (vs. Drury) 2003 ........................................30 - Kelsey Kosick (vs. ACU) 2003 ........................... 30 - Shawna Sears (vs. Mo. South)1996 KILL ATTEMPTS ..............................92 - Fernanda Quieroz (vs. MSSU) 2007 HITTING PCT..........................724 - Lisa Follett (vs. TAMUK) 1991 SERVICE ACES............ 10 - Kelsey Kosick (vs. MSU) 2003 ASSISTS....... ...76 - Stacey Fogle (vs. S. Colorado)1991 Season – Individual DIGS................................................ 168 - Jenny Head, 2004 DIGS per GAME............................5.469 - Jenny Head, 2004 BLOCK SOLOS...........................53 - Megan Carter, 2000 BLOCK ASSISTS....................... 120 - Megan Carter, 2000 TOTAL BLOCKS . ..................... 173 - Megan Carter, 2000 BLOCKS per GAME.................1.382 - Megan Carter, 1999 KILLS............................................644 - Kelsey Kosick, 2003 KILLS per GAME...................... 5.279 - Kelsey Kosick, 2003 KILL ATTEMPTS....................... 1,581 - Kelsey Kosick, 2003 HITTING PCT. ..............................384 - Taran Turner, 2006 ASSISTS..........................................1,464 - Vicki Ibarra, 2003 ASSISTS per GAME......................12 - Vicki Ibarra, 2003 SERVICE ACES...........................107 - Kelsey Kosick, 2003 ACES per GAME....................... 877 Kelsey Kosick, 2003 Career – Individual DIGS...........................1,452 - Hillary Baggett (1995-1998) DIGS per GAME............ 5.085 - Jenny Head (2003-2004) BLOCK SOLOS............162 - Megan Carter (1998-2001) BLOCK ASSISTS.........387 - Megan Carter (1998-2001) TOTAL BLOCKS..........549 - Megan Carter (1998-2001) BLOCKS per GAME.....1.253-Megan Carter (1998-01) KILLS..............................1,644 - Lora Spencer (1997-2000) KILLS per GAME........ 4.733 - Kelsey Kosick (2001-2003) KILL ATTEMPTS......... 4,207 - Kelsey Kosick (2001-2003) HITTING PCT..................286 - Taran Turner (2003-2006) ASSISTS............................5,103 – Vicki Ibarra (2003-2006) ASSISTS per GAME...........................10.337- Megan Smith (1999-2002) SERVICE ACES ............243 - Kelsey Kosick (2001-2003) ACES per GAME...........721 - Kelsey Kosick (2001-2003)

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Match – Team DIGS...........................................................139 - vs. TWU, 1995 BLOCK SOLOS...................................... 27 - vs. ENMU, 1990 BLOCK ASSISTS.................... 32 - vs. Harding Univ., 1999 TOTAL BLOCKS . ................................. 31 - vs. ENMU, 1990 KILLS.............................................101 - vs. S. Colorado, 1991 KILL ATTEMPTS...................................... 296 - vs. UCO, 2000 HITTING PCT..................... 492 - vs. Wayland Baptist, 1991 SERVICE ACES........................................... 28 - vs. TSU, 1999 ASSISTS.......................................90 - vs. S. Colorado, 1991 Season – Team VICTORIES............................................ 29 1998 (Vinson) DIGS...................................................... 2,369 - 2000 (Vinson) DIGS per GAME.................................19.537 - 2001 (Vinson) BLOCK SOLOS.....................................186 - 1990 (Vinson) BLOCK ASSISTS..................................420 - 2003 (Vinson) TOTAL BLOCKS...................................399 - 1990 (Vinson) BLOCKS per GAME............................3.80 - 1990 (Vinson) KILLS..................................................... 1,788 - 2003 (Vinson) KILLS per GAME................................ 15.07 - 1998 (Vinson) KILL ATTEMPTS................................. 5,200 - 2000 (Vinson) HITTING PCT........................................238 - 1998 (Vinson) SERVICE ACES.....................................289 - 1996 (Vinson) ACES per GAME................................ 2.389 - 2001 (Vinson) ASSISTS............................................... 1,606 - 2003 (Vinson) ASSISTS per GAME............................ 14.35 - 2006 (Yoder) Game – Team DIGS...........................................................139 - vs. TWU, 1995 BLOCK SOLOS .................................... 27 - vs. ENMU, 1990 BLOCK ASSISTS.................... 32 - vs. Harding Univ., 1999 TOTAL BLOCKS.................................... 31 - vs. ENMU, 1990 KILLS.............................................101 - vs. S. Colorado, 1991 KILL ATTEMPTS...................................... 296 - vs. UCO, 2000 HITTING PCT..................... 492 - vs. Wayland Baptist, 1991 SERVICE ACES........................................... 28 - vs. TSU, 1999 ASSISTS........................................... 90 -vs. S. Colorado, 1991

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Jim Jackson Director of Athletics

Assoc. AD/Compliance/SWA

Todd Holland

Wade Alexander

Baseball

Matt Aguero Cross Country

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Kim Vinson

Tina Jensen

Administrative Assist ant

Tom Webb

Men’s Bssketball

Women’s Basketball

Jerry Hrnciar

Rick Goodwin

Men’s Golf

Women’s Golf

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Sports Information Director

Tony Black

Michelle Warner Athletic Trainer

Korie Brox

Brooke Wojcik

James Helvey

Brianne Lowe

Cheerleading

Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Cheerleading

Volleyball


september DATE Fri. 3 Fri. 3 Sat. 4 Sat. 4 Fri. 10 Sat. 11 Sat. 11 Tues. 14 Thurs. 16 Sat. 18 Thurs. 23 Sat. 25 Tues. 28

OPPONENT vs. Missouri Western vs. Stillman at Christian Brothers vs. Ouachita Baptist vs. Southwest Baptist vs. St. Mary’s vs. Texas-Permian Basin Southern Arkansas at East Central at Southeastern Oklahoma Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word Mid-American

PLACE Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Stephenville, Texas Stephenville, Texas Stephenville, Texas Lawton, Okla. Ada, Okla. Durant, Okla. Lawton, Okla. Lawton, Okla. Lawton, Okla.

TIME 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

vs. Fort Hays State vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State at Texas-Permian Basin Oklahoma City at West Texas A&M at Eastern New Mexico Angelo State Abilene Christian Texas Woman’s Texas A&M Commerce Central Oklahoma Southwestern Oklahoma

Odessa, Texas Odessa, Texas Odessa, Texas Lawton, Okla. Canyon, Texas Portales, N.M. Lawton, Okla. Lawton, Okla. Denton, Texas Commerce, Texas Lawton, Okla. Lawton, Okla.

11 a.m. 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

Midwestern State Tarleton State Lone State Championship NCAA D-II Southwest Regional

Lawton, Okla. Lawton, Okla. TBA TBA

7 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA TBA

NCAA D-II Championship Finals

Louisville, Ky.

October Fri. 1 Fri. 1 Sat. 2 Tues. 5 Thurs. 7 Sat. 9 Thurs. 14 Sat. 16 Thurs. 21 Sat. 23 Thurs. 28 Sat. 30 November Tues. 2 Sat. 6 11-13 18-20 December 2-4

TBA

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