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The College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin

Augustana

Millikin

Carthage

North Central

Elmhurst

Illinois Wesleyan

North Park

Wheaton

2009-10 Information Guide www.cciw.org


With the help and support of our fans, member institutions, administrators, coaches and student-athletes, the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin enters the 2009-10 academic year as its 64th season of competition, 24th for women’s sports. The CCIW, recognized as one of the “Best Small-College Conferences in the Nation,” has seen its share of success throughout its time, with 35 NCAA Division III national championships in 11 different sports won by our member schools. Since the 1991-92 academic year, the CCIW has remained consistent in its membership with eight academically superior institutions, including Augustana, Carthage, Elmhurst, Illinois Wesleyan, Millikin, North Central, North Park and Wheaton. In 2007, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, located in Terre Haute, Ind., joined the CCIW as an associate member for men’s and women’s swimming. The CCIW, which sponsors 21 sports, has carried a long tradition of excellence dating back to its inception in 1946, helping student-athletes grow in their athletic as well as educational experience. The CCIW looks to continue that tradition and remains dedicated to helping our student-athletes towards success. On behalf of the CCIW and its member schools, we would like to thank you for the support of our athletic teams and hope you enjoy your experience at all CCIW events. Sincerely,

Chris Martin Commissioner, CCIW

Mike Krizman Assistant Commissioner/ Sports Information Director, CCIW


Table of Contents CCIW Administration ....................................... 2 2009-10 Calendars/Ball Partners ....................... 3 Augustana College ........................................... 4 Carthage College ............................................. 5 Elmhurst College ............................................. 6 Illinois Wesleyan University ............................... 7 Millikin University ............................................ 8 North Central College ....................................... 9 North Park University ....................................... 10 Wheaton College ............................................. 11 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology .................. 12 Jack Swartz Winners ........................................ 12 2008-09 Standings .......................................... 13 2008-09 All-Conference Teams .......................... 14-21 Merle Chapman Leadership Award Winners .......... 21 CCIW All-Time Team Champions ......................... 22-25 2009-10 Sports Sponsorship List ........................ 25 2008-09 Honors & Achievements ....................... 26 35 National Championships & Counting ............... 27 CCIW Mission Statement ................................... 28 NCAA Division III Philosophy Statement .............. 29 CCIW Corporate Partners .................................. 30

College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin Quick Facts Name: College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) Address: 30 N. Brainard Street #402 Naperville, IL 60540 Fax: (630) 637-5694 Founded: 1946 Members: eight full, one associate Championship Sports: 21 Commissioner: Chris Martin Email: cmartin@cciw.org Assistant Commissioner/Sports Information Director: Mike Krizman Email: mkrizman@cciw.org CCIW Website: www.cciw.org CCIW Sportsmanship Statement The Colleges and Universities of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin believe that good sportsmanship is an integral component of intercollegiate competition. The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin wholeheartedly embraces the NCAA position that in order for good sportsmanship to prevail, coaches, student-athletes and fans must display respect, fairness, civility, honesty and responsibility before, during and after all athletic contests. The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin encourages fans to enthusiastically support their team, recognize the outstanding performance of opponents and always exhibit good sportsmanship in their words and actions.

College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin History College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin, to recognize Carthage, which moved to Kenosha, Wis., in 1962 and Carroll, which entered the conference in 1955. Carthage left the conference in 1952, but returned in 1961. The CCIW sponsors 21 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor track & field, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, volleyball and wrestling. As is often the case with athletic conferences, CCIW membership has experienced several changes since its inception. After Carthage left in 1952, Illinois College withdrew the following year. Elmhurst and Wheaton withdrew following the 1959-60 academic year. Wheaton rejoined for all sports but football in 1967 and for football in 1970. Elmhurst rejoined in the fall of 1967 for all sports but football and for football in the 1968 season. Carroll joined officially with the 1955 spring sports seasons. Carthage returned in the fall of 1961, and North Park entered the following fall. Lake Forest dropped out at the end of the 1962-63 season. The last member to leave the CCIW was Carroll following the 1991-92 season. In 2007, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, located in Terre Haute, Ind., joined the CCIW as an associate member for men’s and women’s swimming. Now eight members and one associate member strong, the CCIW continues its tradition of athletic and academic excellence.

Entering its 64th season in 2009-10, the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) enjoys a reputation as the “Best Small-College Conference in the Nation.” In NCAA Division III competition, CCIW schools have accounted for 35 national championships, including 12 in men’s cross country, six in men’s basketball, four each in football and men’s outdoor track and field, two apiece in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and volleyball, three in women’s soccer, one in women’s outdoor track & field, one in men’s indoor track and field and one in women’s indoor track and field. Elmhurst College won a pair of NCAA Division III Volleyball Championships (1983 and 1985), and North Central College won a women’s basketball title (1983) before the conference began sponsorship of women’s athletics in 1986-87. During the 2004-05 academic year, the Wheaton women’s soccer team and the Millikin women’s basketball team added two more titles as both won their respective national championship. Wheaton women’s soccer won two more national titles in the 2006 and 2007 seasons while Illinois Wesleyan picked up the title in both women’s indoor track and field and women’s outdoor track and field in the spring of 2008. The conference was formed with nine charter members (Augustana, Carthage, Elmhurst, Illinois College, Illinois Wesleyan, Lake Forest, Millikin, North Central and Wheaton) on April 26, 1946, in Jacksonville, Ill., and opened competition in the 1946-47 academic year as the College Conference of Illinois. In 1967, the name was changed to the

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CCIW Administration Chris Martin - Commissioner Chris Martin became the first fulltime commissioner for the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) on July 1, 2002. He is the chief athletic administrative officer for the eight member colleges and universities of the CCIW. He succeeded Merle Chapman, who had served as the conference commissioner since 1997. During his seven-year tenure, Martin has implemented a number of positive changes, including three new corporate partners, four additional sports equipment partners, a re-design of the CCIW website and new CCIW marks. In addition, Martin played a major role in implementing a strategic plan for the conference, and also created a proposal to eliminate redshirting at the Division III level. In addition, the CCIW is the only Division III conference office who is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Champs/ Life Skills program. In January 2009, Martin became a member of the NCAA Division III Management Council after serving four years as a member of the NCAA Membership Committee. Martin came to the CCIW after working four years with the NCAA. The last two he served as the Division III Governance Liaison. In that capacity he served as the chief legislative liaison for the Division III Presidents Council and Management Council. As the Division III Governance Liaison, he was responsible for the revision and production of the Division III manual. Prior to assuming his

Mike Krizman Assistant Commissioner/ Sports Information Director Mike Krizman began his tenure with the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin on June 3, 2005 as the CCIW’s first-ever full-time assistant commissioner/sports information director. During his first year with the conference, Krizman worked in the retooling of the CCIW website, upgraded coverage of conference championships, and implemented weekly game notes regarding CCIW sports. He took on the role of coordinating the CCIW’s StudentAthlete Advisory Council in 2006 along with his sports information duties. During the last two academic years, the CCIW SAAC have taken part in a conference-wide community service project, collecting shoes and winter clothing and then donating those items to a local charity. Krizman also coordinates conference awards, conference merchandising and facilitates the CCIW’s Man and Woman of the Year programs. Before joining the conference, Krizman spent two years working as a graduate assistant in the media relations department at Illinois State University. He earned his bachelor’s (2003) degree in mass communication and master’s (2005) degree in sports management, both at ISU.

position as the Division III Governance Liaison with the NCAA, Martin worked for 18 months as a membership services representative. He worked for two years as the baseball operations assistant with the San Diego Padres where he assisted the front office on baseball related projects, including player transactions and contract issues. He helped coordinate draft efforts and player evaluations for contractual purposes. Martin got his start with the Padres as a public affairs/media relations intern in September of 1995 before becoming an executive office intern in June of 1996. Martin has a Master’s degree in sports management from the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia (August, 1996) and he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Whittier College in Whittier, California (May, 1994). In addition to serving on the Management Council, Martin also served three years as a member of the executive committee for the Division III Commissioner’s Association before being elected president of that group in January 2009. He is currently the chair of the Division III Commissioner’s Association’s marketing committee. He and his wife Angie reside in Naperville with their son Justin (11) and daughter Margaret (9). During his tenure as a graduate assistant he served as the primary contact for the Redbirds’ track & field and cross country teams. He also assisted the assistant athletics director for media relations in dayto-day publicity of the ISU football team. He was a member of the stat crew for the Missouri Valley Conference basketball tournament for two years and served as the media contact for the 2004 Missouri Valley Conference Track & Field Championships. In addition, Krizman worked on the 2003 and 2004 football game programs that were judged “Best in the Nation” by CoSIDA, and also contributed to the 2003-04 men’s basketball game program that was judged one of the top three in the nation by CoSIDA. As an undergraduate he was the sports editor of the Daily Vidette, the ISU student newspaper, where his responsibilities ranged from publication layout, assigning coverage, preparing features and covering football, men’s basketball and track and field. He has an associate of arts degree from the College of Lake County in Grayslake, Ill. (2001). Krizman married the former Gina Scarpino in June of 2007 and the couple reside in Yorkville.

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CCIW Office Administration Commissioner Chris Martin (cmartin@cciw.org) 30 N. Brainard Street #402 Naperville, IL 60540 Phone: (630) 637-5693 Fax: (630) 637-5694 Assistant Commissioner/SID Mike Krizman (mkrizman@cciw.org) Phone: 630/637-5719 Football Officials Assignor Jim Keogh (jbkeogh@msn.com) 944 Adare Drive Wheaton, IL 60187 630/690-0993 (Home) 630/690-0993 (Fax - must call first) Men’s Basketball Officials Assignor Ken Maziarka (cciwmen@hotmail.com) 533 S. 10th Ave. LaGrange, IL 60525 708/352-4229 (Home) 708/431-7628 (Cell) Women’s Basketball Officials Assignor Al Raya (arref@att.net) 5437 N. Sawyer Ave. Chicago, IL 60625 312/965-7429 (Cell) 773/539-7938 (Home - after 8 p.m.) School Addresses/Phone Numbers Augustana College 639 38th Street Rock Island, Illinois 61201 (309) 794-7000 Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Drive Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140 (262) 551-8500 Elmhurst College 190 South Prospect Avenue Elmhurst, Illinois 60126 (630) 279-4100 Illinois Wesleyan University 302 E. Emerson Street Bloomington, Illinois 61701 (309) 556-3196 Millikin University 1184 W. Main Street Decatur, Illinois 62522 (217) 424-6211 North Central College 30 N. Brainard Street Naperville, Illinois 60540 (630) 637-5100 North Park University 3225 W. Foster Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60625 (773) 244-6200 Wheaton College 501 College Avenue Wheaton, Illinois 60187 (630) 752-5000 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (Associate Member for Swimming) 5500 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana 47803 (800) 248-7448


2009-10 Calendars/Ball Partners 2009-10 CCIW Championship/Tournament Calendar Date(s) Fall Sports October 2-3 October 9-10 October 31 November 4 & 7 November 4 & 7 November 6-7

Event

Site/Host

Women’s Golf Championship Women’s Tennis Championship Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Championship Women’s Soccer Tournament Men’s Soccer Tournament Volleyball Tournament

Highland Country Club/North Park Evergreen Racquet Club/Wheaton Elmhurst Highest Seeds Highest Seeds Top Seed Site (After Play-in Round)

Winter Sports February 12 February 18-20 February 26-27 February 26-27 February 26-27

Wrestling Championship Men’s & Women’s Swimming Championships Women’s Basketball Tournament Men’s Basketball Tournament Indoor Track Championship

North Central Carthage Regular Season Champion Regular Season Champion Carthage

Spring Sports April 16-17 April 30-May 1 May 7-8 May 7-8 May 7-8 May 7-8 May 13-15

Men’s Golf Championship: Rounds 1-2 Men’s Golf Championship: Rounds 3-4 Men’s Tennis Championship Women’s Tennis AQ Tournament Softball Tournament Outdoor Track and Field Championships Baseball Tournament

Bolingbrook Golf Club/Wheaton TBD/Millikin Evergreen Racquet Club/Wheaton Evergreen Racquet Club/Wheaton Regular Season Champion Wheaton Regular Season Champion

Dates and information subject to change 2009-10 CCIW Meeting Calendar Date(s) September 9 October 19 November 11 November 19 December 2 December 10 January 13-16 February 7 February 23 February 23 March TBD April 7 April TBD April 19 April 21

Event Athletics Directors Meeting SAAC Meeting Athletics Directors & Faculty Athletics Representatives Meeting Athletics Director Reports Presidents Meeting Athletics Directors Meeting NCAA Convention SAAC Meeting Women’s Basketball Coaches Meeting Men’s Basketball Coaches Meeting Football Coaches Meetings Athletics Directors & Faculty Athletics Representatives Meeting Athletics Director Reports SAAC Meeting Presidents Meeting

Site Carthage North Central North Central

Via Conference Call North Central Via Conference Call Atlanta, Ga. North Central TBD TBD TBD TBD Via Conference Call TBD TBD

Dates and information subject to change CCIW Official Ball Partners Sport Football Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Baseball Softball Volleyball Tennis

Sponsor Wilson Sports Wilson Sports Wilson Sports Select Sports Select Sports Diamond Sports Worth Molten USA Penn Racquet Sports

Duration through December 2013 through June 2010 through June 2010 through December 2009 through December 2009 through July 2011 through December 2009 through May 2010 through June 2010

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Augustana College Institutional Information Location - Rock Island, Ill. Founded - 1860 President - Steven Bahls Nickname - Vikings Colors - Blue & Gold Web Page - www.augustana.edu/athletics Athletics Department Fax - (309) 794-7584 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Steven Bahls President

Mike Zapolski Athletics Director

Sports Information Director (SID) - Dave Wrath SID Phone Number - (309) 794-7265 SID Email - DaveWrath@augustana.edu Sports Information Fax - (309) 794-7525

Administration Information Director - Mike Zapolski Director Phone - (309) 794-7223 Director Email - MikeZapolski@augustana.edu

Head Athletics Trainer - Rochel Rittgers Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (309) 794-7573 Athletics Trainer Email - RochelRittgers@augustana.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - Tom Schmulbach S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (309) 794-7832 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - ThomasSchmulbach@augustana.edu

Head Athletics Secretary - Kathi Fox Secretary Phone Number - (309) 794-7521 Secretary Email - KathiFox@augustana.edu Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Kris Kistler SWA Phone Number - (309) 794-7529 SWA Email - KristinaKistler@augustana.edu Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - Dr. Craig Van Sandt FAR Phone Number - (309) 794-7334 FAR Email - CraigVanSandt@augustana.edu

Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M Cross Country W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf Winter Sports

Coach Jim Barnes Paul Olsen Fred Whiteside Janelle Hester Brenton Joseph Scott Mejia Adam Strand Ron Standley

Phone Number (309) 794-7326 (309) 794-7257 (309) 794-7524 (309) 794-7839 (309) 794-8062 (309) 794-7398 (309) 794-8986 (309) 794-7486

Email JimBarnes@augustana.edu PaulOlsen@augustana.edu FredricWhiteside@augustana.edu JanelleHester@augustana.edu BrentonJoseph@augustana.edu ScottMejia@augustana.edu AdamStrand@augustana.edu RonaldStandley@augustana.edu

Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Wrestling M Track & Field (I) W Track & Field (I) M & W Swimming Spring Sports

Coach Grey Giovanine Bobbi Endress Eric Juergens Paul Olsen Fred Whiteside Scott Johannsen

Phone Number (309) 794-7254 (309) 794-7538 (309) 794-7392 (309) 794-7257 (309) 794-7524 (309) 794-7519

Email GreyGiovanine@augustana.edu BobbiEndress@augustana.edu EricJuergens@augustana.edu PaulOlsen@augustana.edu FredricWhiteside@augustana.edu ScottJohannsen@augustana.edu

Sport Baseball Softball Men’s Tennis Men’s Golf M Track & Field (O) W Track & Field (O)

Coach Greg Wallace Kris Kistler Adam Strand Grey Giovanine Paul Olsen Fred Whiteside

Phone Number (309) 794-7252 (309) 794-7529 (309) 794-8986 (309) 794-7254 (309) 794-7257 (309) 794-7524

Email GregWallace@augustana.edu KristinaKistler@augustana.edu AdamStrand@augustana.edu GreyGiovanine@augustana.edu PaulOlsen@augustana.edu FredricWhiteside@augustana.edu

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Carthage College Institutional Information Location - Kenosha, Wis. Founded - 1847 President - Dr. F. Gregory Campbell Nickname - Red Men/Lady Reds Colors - Red, White & Black Web Page - www.carthage.edu/athletics Athletics Department Fax - (262) 551-5995 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Dr. Robert Bonn Athletics Director

Dr. F. Gregory Campbell President

Administration Information Director - Dr. Robert Bonn Director Phone - (262) 551-5931 Director Email - rbonn@carthage.edu

Sports Information Director (SID) - Steve Marovich SID Phone Number - (262) 551-5740 SID Email - stevich@concentric.net Sports Information Fax - (262) 551-5926

Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Leanne Ulmer SWA Phone Number - (262) 551-6681 SWA Email - lulmer@carthage.edu

Head Athletics Trainer - Laurie Jensen Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (262) 551-6104 Athletics Trainer Email - ljensen@carthage.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - Gary Williams S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (262) 551-5763 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - gw@carthage.edu

Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - Rick Matthews FAR Phone Number - (262) 551-5825 FAR Email - rmatthews@carthage.edu

S.A.A.C. Advisor - Susanna Swenson S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (262) 551-2148 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - sswenson@carthage.edu

Administrative Assistant - Jacquie May Administrative Assistant Phone Number - (262) 551-5942 Administrative Assistant Email - jmay@carthage.edu

Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M Cross Country W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf Winter Sports

Coach Tim Rucks Brett Witt Stephanie Domin Leanne Ulmer Steve Domin Susie Foster Brady Lindsley Greg Genz

Phone Number (262) 551-5929 (262) 551-6184 (262) 551-5927 (262) 551-6681 (262) 551-5930 (262) 551-6126 (262) 551-5932 (847) 340-1576

Email trucks@carthage.edu bwitt@carthage.edu sdomin1@carthage.edu lulmer@carthage.edu sdomin@carthage.edu sfoster@carthage.edu blindsley@carthage.edu ggenz@carthage.edu

Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball M Track & Field (I) W Track & Field (I) M Swimming W Swimming Spring Sports

Coach Bosko Djurickovic Tim Bernero Brett Witt Stephanie Domin Greg Earhart Beth DeLaRosby

Phone Number (262) 551-6627 (262) 551-5713 (262) 551-6184 (262) 551-5927 (262) 551-6192 (262) 551-6631

Email bosko@carthage.edu tbernero@carthage.edu bwitt@carthage.edu sdomin1@carthage.edu gearhart@carthage.edu bdelarosby@carthage.edu

Sport Baseball Softball Men’s Tennis Men’s Golf M Track & Field (O) W Track & Field (O)

Coach Augie Schmidt IV Amy Gillmore Brady Lindsley Dave Roehl Brett Witt Stephanie Domin

Phone Number (262) 551-5935 (262) 552-5511 (262) 551-5932 (262) 552-5491 (262) 551-6184 (262) 551-5927

Email aschmidt@carthage.edu agillmore@carthage.edu blindsley@carthage.edu droehl@carthage.edu bwitt@carthage.edu sdomin1@carthage.edu

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Elmhurst College Institutional Information Location - Elmhurst, Ill. Founded - 1871 President - Dr. S. Alan Ray Nickname - Bluejays Colors - Blue & White Web Page - http://athletics.elmhurst.edu Athletics Department Fax - (630) 617-3726 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Dr. S. Alan Ray President

Administration Information Director - Paul Krohn Director Phone - (630) 617-3142 Director Email - paulk@elmhurst.edu

Paul Krohn Athletics Director

Sports Information Director (SID) - Kevin Juday SID Phone Number - (630) 617-3380 SID Email - kevinj@elmhurst.edu Sports Information Fax - (630) 617-3282

Head Athletics Secretary - Vicky Ferguson Secretary Phone Number - (630) 617-3140 Secretary Email - vickyf@elmhurst.edu

Head Athletics Trainer - Anne Hutchins Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (630) 617-3174 Athletics Trainer Email - anneh@elmhurst.edu

Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Julie Hall SWA Phone Number - (630) 617-3145 SWA Email - julieh@elmhurst.edu

Head Athletics Trainer - Matt Passalaqua Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (630) 617-3707 Athletics Trainer Email - passalaquam@elmhurst.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - John Baines S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (630) 617-3775 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - jbaines@elmhurst.edu

Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - John White FAR Phone Number - (630) 617-3117 FAR Email - jwhite@elmhurst.edu

Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M Cross Country W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf

Coach Phone Number Tim Lester (630) 617-3146 Jim Akita (630) 617-3151 Erik Guta (630) 617-3276 Julie Hall (630) 617-3145 Dave DiTomasso (630) 617-3470 Paul Webster (630) 617-3248 Anthony McPherson (630) 253-0268 Todd Scheureman (630) 617-6141

Email lester@elmhurst.edu akitaj@elmhurst.edu guta@elmhurst.edu julieh@elmhurst.edu davidd@elmhurst.edu websterp@elmhurst.edu mcphersona999@msn.com scheuremant@elmhurst.edu

Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Wrestling M Track & Field (O) M Track & Field (O) Spring Sports

Coach Phone Number Mark Scherer (630) 617-3147 Tethnie Werner (630) 617-3144 Steve Marianetti (630) 617-3774 Jim Akita (630) 617-3151 Erik Guta (630) 617-3276

Email marks@elmhurst.edu tforbes@elmhurst.edu stevem@elmhurst.edu akitaj@elmhurst.edu guta@elmhurst.edu

Sport Baseball Softball Men’s Tennis Men’s Golf M Track & Field (O) W Track & Field (O)

Coach Phone Number Joel Southern (630) 617-3143 Lori Brown (630) 617-6140 Anthony McPherson (630) 253-0268 Dave DiTomasso (630) 617-3470 Jim Akita (630) 617-3151 Erik Guta (630) 617-3276

Email southernj@elmhurst.edu lorib@elmhurst.edu mcphersona999@msn.com davidd@elmhurst.edu akitaj@elmhurst.edu guta@elmhurst.edu

Winter Sports

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Illinois Wesleyan University Institutional Information Location - Bloomington, Ill. Founded - 1850 President - Richard F. Wilson Nickname - Titans Colors - Green & White Web Page - www.iwusports.com Athletics Department Fax - (309) 556-3484 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Richard F. Wilson President

Administration Information Director - Dennie Bridges Director Phone - (309) 556-3345 Director Email - dbridges@iwu.edu

Sports Information Director (SID) - Stew Salowitz SID Phone Number - (309) 556-3206 SID Email - salowitz@iwu.edu Sports Information Fax - (309) 556-3804

Office Administrator - Gaylynn Meek Office Administrator Phone Number - (309) 556-3196 Office Administrator Email - gmeek@iwu.edu

Head Athletics Trainer - Bill Kauth Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (309) 556-3601 Athletics Trainer Email - bkauth@iwu.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - Mike Wagner S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (309) 556-3341 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - mwagner@iwu.edu

Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Kim Nelson-Brown SWA Phone Number - (309) 556-3349 SWA Email - knbrown@iwu.edu Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - Jeff Frick FAR Phone Number - (309) 556-3161 FAR Email - jfrick@iwu.edu

Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M & W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf

Coach Phone Number Norm Eash (309) 556-3344 Greg Huffaker (309) 556-3239 Kim Nelson-Brown (309) 556-3349 Ryan Lakin (309) 556-2033 David Barrett (309) 556-3343 Krista Cardona (309) 556-3394 Kathy Niepagen (309) 556-3612

Email neash@iwu.edu ghuffake@iwu.edu knbrown@iwu.edu rlakin@iwu.edu dbarrett@iwu.edu kcardona@iwu.edu niepy@aol.com

Coach Phone Number Ron Rose (309) 556-3340 Mia Smith (309) 556-3611 Chris Schumacher (309) 556-3624 Teresa Fish (309) 556-3382

Email rrose@iwu.edu msmith@iwu.edu cschumac@iwu.edu tfish@iwu.edu

Sport Coach Phone Number Baseball Dennis Martel (309) 556-3335 Softball Steve King (309) 556-3348 Men’s Tennis Jason Van Heuklon (309) 556-3626 Men’s Golf Jim Ott (309) 556-3612 M & W Track & Field (O) Chris Schumacher (309) 556-3624

Email dmartel@iwu.edu sking3@iwu.edu jvanheuk@iwu.edu jott@iwu.edu cschumac@iwu.edu

Winter Sports Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball M & W Track & Field (I) M & W Swimming Spring Sports

Dennie Bridges Athletics Director

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Millikin University Institutional Information Location - Decatur, Ill. Founded - 1901 (opened 1903) President - Douglas E. Zemke Nickname - Big Blue Colors - Royal Blue & White Web Page - www.millikin.edu/athletics Athletics Department Fax - (217) 420-6629 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Douglas E. Zemke President

Administration Information Director - Joe Hakes Director Phone - (217) 424-6344 Director Email - jhakes@millikin.edu

Joe Hakes Athletics Director

Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - Dr. Joe Stickles FAR Phone Number - (217) 424-6290 FAR Email - jstickles@millikin.edu

Office Manager - Jill Johnson Office Manager Phone Number - (217) 424-6344 Office Manager Email - jdjohnson@millikin.edu

Sports Information Director (SID) - Bryan Marshall SID Phone Number - (217) 362-6429 SID Email - bmarshall@millikin.edu Sports Information Fax - (217) 420-6629

Head Athletics Secretary - Karen Gagnon Secretary Phone Number - (217) 424-6344 Secretary Email - kgagnon@millikin.edu

Head Athletics Trainer - Thad Walker Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (217) 424-3955 Athletics Trainer Email - tbwalker@millikin.edu

Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Lori Kerans SWA Phone Number - (217) 420-6670 SWA Email - lkerans@millikin.edu

S.A.A.C. Advisor - Lori Kerans S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (217) 420-6670 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - lkerans@millikin.edu

Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M & W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf

Coach Doug Neibuhr Laura Pierce Debbie Kiick Mark Stollsteimer Caroline Bonynge Marc Smith Marilyn Dechert

Phone Number (217) 424-3609 (217) 362-6431 (217) 420-6675 (217) 424-6344 (217) 424-3601 (217) 424-3725 (217) 428-7344

Email dneibuhr@millikin.edu lpierce@millikin.edu dkiick@millikin.edu mstollsteimer@millikin.edu cbonynge@millikin.edu mlsmith@millikin.edu meddec@cs.com

Coach Marc Smith Lori Kerans TBA Paul Yemm

Phone Number (217) 424-3725 (217) 420-6670

Email mlsmith@millikin.edu lkerans@millikin.edu

(217) 420-6676

pyemm@millikin.edu

Sport Coach Baseball Josh Manning Softball Debbie Kiick Men’s Golf Patrick Etherton M & W Track & Field (O) TBA

Phone Number (217) 424-3608 (217) 420-6675 (217) 424-3604

Email jmanning@millikin.edu dkiick@millikin.edu petherton@millikin.edu

Winter Sports Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball M & W Track & Field (I) M & W Swimming Spring Sports

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North Central College Institutional Information Location - Naperville, Ill. Founded - 1861 President - Dr. Harold R. Wilde Nickname - Cardinals Colors - Cardinal & White Web Page - www.northcentralcardinals.com Athletics Department Fax - (630) 637-5521 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Dr. Harold R. Wilde President

Administration Information Director - Jim Miller Director Phone - (630) 637-5513 Director Email - jlmiller@noctrl.edu

Jim Miller Athletics Director

Sports Information Director (SID) - Clark Teuscher SID Phone Number - (630) 637-5302 SID Email - ccteuscher@noctrl.edu Sports Information Fax - (630) 637-5521

Office Assistant - Kellen Wells-Mangold Office Assistant Phone Number - (630) 637-5500 Office Assistant Email -

Assistant Sports Information Director - Mark Albanese SID Phone Number - (630) 637-5302 SID Email - mjalbanese@noctrl.edu

Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) Stevie Baker-Watson SWA Phone Number - (630) 637-5501 SWA Email - slbakerwatson@noctrl.edu

Head Athletics Trainer - Bob Simon Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (630) 637-5534 Athletics Trainer Email - rsimon@noctrl.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - Stevie Baker-Watson S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (630) 637-5501 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - slbakerwatson@noctrl.edu

Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - Diane Anstine FAR Phone Number - (630) 637-5246 FAR Email - dganstine@noctrl.edu

Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M Cross Country W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf

Coach John Thorne Al Carius Mahesh Narayanan Karen Seremet Kunka Matt Klosterman Jenni Kapanen Don Moravec Tye Thompson

Phone Number (630) 637-5506 (630) 637-5504 (630) 637-5525 (630) 637-5162 (630) 637-5516 (630) 637-5109 (708) 848-1055 (630) 951-8063

Email jathorne@noctrl.edu abcarius@noctrl.edu mnarayanan@noctrl.edu kmkunka@noctrl.edu mjklosterman@noctrl.edu jkapanen@noctrl.edu dandydon01@hotmail.com tatadv@aol.com

Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Wrestling M Track & Field (I) W Track & Field (I) M & W Swimming Spring Sports

Coach Todd Raridon Kendra Hunter Kevin Bratland Al Carius Kari Kluckhohn Mark Broucek

Phone Number (630) 637-5517 (708) 369-8448 (630) 637-5514 (630) 637-5504 (630) 637-5503 (630) 637-5518

Email tdraridon@noctrl.edu kmhunter@noctrl.edu kabratland534@noctrl.edu abcarius@noctrl.edu kskluckhohn@noctrl.edu mwbroucek@noctrl.edu

Sport Baseball Softball Men’s Tennis Men’s Golf M Track & Field (O) W Track & Field (O)

Coach John Fitzgerald James Kulawiak Mike Patrick Lloyd Krumlauf Al Carius Kari Kluckhohn

Phone Number (630) 637-5512 (630) 637-5509 (630) 674-0850 (630) 212-1614 (630) 637-5504 (630) 637-5503

Email jfitzgerald@noctrl.edu jpkulawiak@noctrl.edu mbpatrick@noctrl.edu lkrumlauf@ryanrealty.com abcarius@noctrl.edu kskluckhohn@noctrl.edu

Winter Sports

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North Park University Institutional Information Location - Chicago, Ill. Founded - 1891 President - Dr. David Parkyn Nickname - Vikings Colors - Royal Blue & Gold Web Page - www.northpark.edu/npuvikings Athletics Department Fax - (773) 244-4952 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Dr. David Parkyn President

Administration Information Director - Dr. Jack Surridge Director Phone - (773) 244-5685 Director Email - jsurridge@northpark.edu

Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Susan Zimmer SWA Phone Number - (773) 244-5673 SWA Email - szimmer@northpark.edu Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - Lee Sundholm FAR Phone Number - (773) 244-5715 FAR Email - lsundholm@northpark.edu

Dr. Jack Surridge Athletics Director

Sports Information Director (SID) - Kevin Shepke SID Phone Number - (773) 244-5594 SID Email - kshepke@northpark.edu Sports Information Fax - (773) 244-4952 Head Athletics Trainer - Justin Sjovall Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (773) 244-5682 Athletics Trainer Email - jsjovall@northpark.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - Rachel Theodore S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (773) 244-5671 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - rtheodore@northpark.edu

Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M & W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Golf

Coach Phone Number Scott Pethtel (773) 244-5681 Tracey Murnane (773) 244-5689 Tim Walenga (773) 244-5520 John Born (773) 244-5771 Troy Edwards (773) 244-6251 Chris Edquist (773) 244-5679

Email spethtel@northpark.edu tmurnane@northpark.edu twalenga@northpark.edu jborn@northpark.edu tedwards1@northpark.edu cedquist@northpark.edu

Coach Paul Brenegan Amanda Reese TBA

Phone Number (773) 244-5651 (773) 244-5274

Email pbrenegan@northpark.edu areese@northpark.edu

Sport Coach Baseball Luke Johnson Softball Dan Gooris Men’s Golf Paul Brenegan M & W Track & Field (O) TBA

Phone Number (773) 244-5675 (773) 244-5676 (773) 244-5651

Email ljohnson6@northpark.edu dgooris@northpark.edu pbrenegan@northpark.edu

Winter Sports Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball M & W Track & Field (I) Spring Sports

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Wheaton College Institutional Information Location - Wheaton, Ill. Founded - 1860 President - Dr. Duane Litfin Nickname - Thunder Colors - Orange & Blue Web Page - http://athletics.wheaton.edu Athletics Department Fax - (630) 752-7007 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Dr. Duane Litfin President

Administration Information Director - Dr. Tony Ladd Director Phone - (630) 752-5748 Director Email - tony.ladd@wheaton.edu

Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Julie Davis SWA Phone Number - julie.l.davis@wheaton.edu SWA Email - (630) 752-5743 Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - TBA FAR Phone Number - TBA FAR Email - TBA

Dr. Tony Ladd Athletics Director

Assistant Sports Information Director - Nathan Lindquist SID Phone Number - (630) 752-5747 SID Email - nathan.lindquist@wheaton.edu Head Athletics Trainer - Greg Evans Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (630) 752-5738 Athletics Trainer Email - greg.j.evans@wheaton.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - Owen Handy S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (630) 752-5775 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - owen.handy@wheaton.edu

Sports Information Director (SID) - Brett Marhanka SID Phone Number - (630) 752-5747 SID Email - brett.w.marhanka@wheaton.edu Sports Information Fax - (630) 752-7007 Coaches Directory Fall Sports Sport Football M & W Cross Country Volleyball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf

Coach Mike Swider Scott Bradley Jennifer Soderquist Dr. Michael Giuliano Pete Felske Jane Nelson Jay Martin

Phone Number (630) 752-5741 (630) 752-7059 (630) 752-5733 (630) 752-5123 (630) 752-7003 (630) 752-5907 (630) 752-5563

Email michael.o.swider@wheaton.edu scott.s.bradley@wheaton.edu jennifer.k.soderquist@wheaton.edu michael.giuliano@wheaton.edu pete.b.felske@wheaton.edu jane.nelson@wheaton.edu jay.martin@wheaton.edu

Coach Mike Schauer Beth Baker Jim Gruenwald Scott Bradley Jon Lederhouse

Phone Number (630) 752-5735 (630) 752-5736 (630) 752-7163 (630) 752-7059 (630) 752-5411

Email mike.schauer@wheaton.edu beth.baker@wheaton.edu james.gruenwald@wheaton.edu scott.s.bradley@wheaton.edu jonathan.e.lederhouse@wheaton.edu

Sport Coach Baseball Lee Driggers Softball Chris Hudson Men’s Tennis Brad Pihl Men’s Golf Jay Martin M & W Track & Field (O) Scott Bradley

Phone Number (630) 752-7164 (630) 752-5845 (630) 752-5167 (630) 752-5563 (630) 752-7059

Email lee.driggers@wheaton.edu christopher.d.hudson@wheaton.edu brad.g.pihl@wheaton.edu jay.martin@wheaton.edu scott.s.bradley@wheaton.edu

Winter Sports Sport Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Wrestling M & W Track & Field (I) M & W Swimming Spring Sports

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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology/Jack Swartz Award Winners Institutional Information Location - Terre Haute, Ind. Founded - 1874 President - Matt Branam Nickname - Fightin’ Engineers Colors - Old Rose & White Web Page - www.rose-hulman.edu/sports Athletics Department Fax - (812) 877-8407 Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics

Matt Branam President

Administration Information Director - Jeff Jenkins Director Phone - (812) 877-8209 Director Email - jenkins@rose-hulman.edu

Head Athletics Secretary - Linda Sears Secretary Phone Number - (812) 877-8252 Secretary Email - sears@rose-hulman.edu Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) - Brenda Goble SWA Phone Number - (812) 877-8017 SWA Email - goble1@rose-hulman.edu

Jeff Jenkins Athletics Director

Sports Information Director (SID) - Kevin Lanke SID Phone Number - (812) 877-8180 SID Email - lanke@rose-hulman.edu Sports Information Fax Head Athletics Trainer - Scott Keller Head Athletics Trainer Phone Number - (812) 877-8270 Athletics Trainer Email - keller@rose-hulman.edu S.A.A.C. Advisor - Brenda Goble S.A.A.C. Advisor Phone Number - (812) 877-8017 S.A.A.C. Advisor Email - goble1@rose-hulman.edu

Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) - David Voltmer FAR Phone Number - (812) 877-8289 FAR Email - voltmer@rose-hulman.edu Note: Rose-Hulman is an associate member for swimming Coaches Directory Winter Sports Sport M & W Swimming

Coach Keith Crawford

Phone Number (812) 877-8052

Email crawford@rose-hulman.edu

2008-09 Jack Swartz Academic All-Conference Award Winners Augustana

Fall Selections Blaine Westemeyer (Football) Rachel Gahn (Golf) Winter Selections Ted McMillan (Track & Field) Keli Coleman (Track & Field) Spring Selections Greg Ruth (Tennis) Paula Neiweem (Track & Field)

Illinois Wesleyan Fall Selections Matas Cyvas (Soccer) Nicole Spear (Golf) Winter Selections Mike Kozak (Swimming) Christina Solari (Basketball) Spring Selections Mike DeRuntz (Golf) Monica Urban (Softball)

Carthage

Millikin

Elmhurst

North Central Fall Selections Alex Knobloch (Cross Country) Megan Andracki (Cross Country) Winter Selections Ben Youel (Wrestling) Meghan McGuire (Basketball) Spring Selections Sam Sweeney (Tennis) Holly Roadruck (Softball)

Fall Selections Michael Armour (Soccer) Beth Kaufman (Tennis) Winter Selections Bryan Pelka (Swimming) Michelle Pelka (Swimming) Spring Selections Kenton Rauwerdink (Track & Field) Kelsey Epping (Softball) Fall Selections Matt D’Angelo (Football) Emily Hilliker (Volleyball) Winter Selections Erik Ellingsen (Basketball) Kelsey Monroe (Basketball) Spring Selections Robert Korsch (Tennis) Becca Zumpf (Softball)

North Park

Fall Selections Kaleb Nyquist (Cross Country) Amanda Wallden (Soccer) Winter Selections Larissa Coldebella (Basketball) Spring Selections Kaleb Nyquist (Track & Field) Sara Dwight (Softball) Wheaton

Fall Selections Bruce Janek (Soccer) Tabitha Pennekamp (Volleyball) Winter Selections Matt Melcher (Swimming) Natalie Peretti (Swimming) Spring Selections James Hafer (Baseball) Kristina Bechtold (Softball)

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Fall Selections Andrew Redmann (Cross Country) Ingrid Erickson (Soccer) Winter Selections Kent Raymond (Basketball) Lynnea Kvam (Basketball) Spring Selections Dan Downey (Golf) Brandi McNeil (Track & Field) Criteria Each CCIW school selects one male and one female from each of the three sport seasons to be honored as the Jack Swartz Academic All-Conference winners. To be eligible, an individual must have an overall grade point average of 3.50 or above and must have lettered in their respective sport for that season.


2008-09 Standings Men’s Cross Country North Central 20 Augustana 65 Wheaton 67 Carthage 130 Elmhurst 135 Illinois Wesleyan 169 North Park 210 Millikin 249

Volleyball CCIW Carthage 7-0 North Central 5-2 Illinois Wesleyan 5-2 Millikin 4-3 Elmhurst 3-4 Augustana 2-5 Wheaton 2-5 North Park 0-7

Women’s Cross Country Wheaton 41 North Central 73 Carthage 75 Illinois Wesleyan 82 Augustana 118 Elmhurst 134 North Park 233 Millikin 237

Men’s Basketball CCIW Wheaton 11-3 Elmhurst 10-4 Augustana 9-5 North Central 8-6 Carthage 7-7 Millikin 6-8 Illinois Wesleyan 5-9 North Park 0-14

Football CCIW North Central 7-0 Wheaton 5-2 Augustana 5-2 Elmhurst 4-3 Carthage 3-4 Illinois Wesleyan 3-4 Millikin 1-6 North Park 0-7

Overall 11-1 11-3 7-3 7-3 5-5 6-4 3-7 1-9

Women’s Golf (Two-Day Totals) Illinois Wesleyan 649 Wheaton 681 North Central 698 Augustana 699 Carthage 710 Elmhurst 712 Millikin 716 North Park 820 Men’s Soccer CCIW Wheaton 6-0-1 Carthage 5-1-1 Illinois Wesleyan 5-2-0 North Park 5-2-0 Elmhurst 2-4-1 Millikin 2-5-0 Augustana 1-5-1 North Central 0-7-0

Overall 15-4-3 10-6-5 8-8-2 10-8-1 12-6-1 10-8-2 6-9-2 8-9-0

Women’s Soccer Illinois Wesleyan Wheaton Augustana Carthage Elmhurst North Park Millikin North Central

CCIW 6-1-0 5-2-0 5-2-0 5-2-0 3-4-0 2-4-1 1-6-0 0-6-1

Women’s Tennis Regular Season Wheaton Carthage North Central Augustana Ill. Wesleyan Elmhurst Millikin

CCIW Overall 6-0 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-4 1-5 0-6

Conference Championship Wheaton 78 Carthage 57 Illinois Wesleyan 27 North Central 24 Augustana 22 Elmhurst 13 Millikin 3

Overall 15-6-2 22-4-2 15-4-0 17-4-0 8-7-1 4-13-1 12-8-0 6-8-4

18-5 13-10 11-8 14-13 6-15 8-6 0-7

Overall 32-5 24-13 18-17 24-13 22-14 23-12 17-16 19-12 Overall 26-4 20-8 18-8 16-10 15-10 16-9 13-12 8-17

Baseball CCIW Carthage 18-1 Illinois Wesleyan 14-7 Wheaton 13-7 Augustana 10-10 North Park 8-13 North Central 7-13-1 Millikin 4-12-1 Elmhurst 4-15

Overall 38-9 24-16 23-19 23-17 18-20 11-25-1 10-20-1 13-23

Men’s Golf (Four-Day Totals) Illinois Wesleyan 1165 Carthage 1188 Wheaton 1202 Millikin 1221 North Central 1234 Elmhurst 1248 Augustana 1280 North Park 1328

Women’s Basketball CCIW Overall Illinois Wesleyan 14-0 30-1 Wheaton 11-3 16-10 Carthage 9-5 18-9 North Central 7-7 12-13 Elmhurst 7-7 14-11 Millikin 6-8 12-13 North Park 1-13 4-20 Augustana 1-13 3-22

Softball CCIW Illinois Wesleyan 14-0 North Central 10-4 Augustana 9-5 Carthage 7-7 Wheaton 5-9 Millikin 5-9 North Park 4-10 Elmhurst 2-12

Overall 37-6 27-12 28-14 25-12 18-21 16-24 12-18 14-22

Men’s Swimming Carthage Wheaton Rose-Hulman Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Augustana North Central

Men’s Tennis CCIW Regular Season Carthage 5-0 Wheaton 3-2 Illinois Wesleyan 3-2 North Central 2-3 Augustana 2-3 Elmhurst 0-5

Overall

1,035 734 482 460 274 178 157

Women’s Swimming Wheaton 872 Carthage 855 Illinois Wesleyan 629 Rose-Hulman 297 Augustana 273 Millikin 232 North Central 175 Men’s Indoor Track & Field North Central 222 Augustana 174 Carthage 124 Illinois Wesleyan 48 Wheaton 36 Millikin 28 Elmhurst 25 North Park 6 Women’s Indoor Illinois Wesleyan North Central Carthage Augustana Wheaton Millikin Elmhurst North Park Wrestling North Central Elmhurst Augustana Wheaton

Track & Field 202 176 103 86 49 23 13 11 100.5 85.0 48.5 33.5

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18-7 6-11 11-10 14-9 21-14 6-17

Conference Championship Championship Carthage def. Wheaton Third Place Augustana def. Illinois Wesleyan Fifth Place North Central def. Elmhurst

Score 6-3 Score 6-3 Score 6-3

Men’s Outdoor Track & Field North Central 278.5 Augustana 246 Carthage 140.5 Wheaton 44 Illinois Wesleyan 35 Elmhurst 34 Millikin 21 North Park 18 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Illinois Wesleyan 227 North Central 149 Wheaton 135 Augustana 121 Carthage 117 Millikin 33 Elmhurst 19 North Park 16


2008-09 All-Conference Teams 2008 All-Conference Men’s Soccer Team

2008 All-Conference Football Team First Team Offense QB Aaron Fanthorpe (North Central) RB Jake Parke (Augustana) RB Dominic Sulo (North Central) RB Rocky Gingg (Wheaton) TE Rick Podkowa (Illinois Wesleyan) WR Jeff Koeneman (Carthage) WR Matt D’Angelo (Elmhurst) WR Martin Ceisel (Illinois Wesleyan) WR Alex Pokorny (Wheaton) OL Blaine Westemeyer (Augustana) OL Jim Tongue (Augustana) OL Travis Boothe (Illinois Wesleyan) OL Josh Delancy (North Central) OL Jesse Scott (Wheaton) First Team Defense DB Billy Lynch (Augustana) DB Robert Beauchamp (Illinois Wesleyan) DB Derek Sulo (North Central) DB Pete Ittersagen (Wheaton) LB Randy Wright (Elmhurst) LB Sam Jordan (Millikin) LB Matt Wenger (North Central) LB Stephen Pagh (Wheaton) DL Eric Smith (Augustana) DL Alex Annes (Carthage) DL Tim Janecek (North Central) DL Ben Kuenzle (Wheaton) First Team Specialists RS Pete Ittersagen (Wheaton) P Adam Pucylowski (North Central) K Tim Ellingsen (Wheaton) Second Team Defense DB Danny O’Donnell (Carthage) DB Jon Janus (Elmhurst) DB Stefen Edwards (Millikin) DB Shane Woodward (Wheaton) DB Brad Monier (Augustana) DB Roman Hunter (Illinois Wesleyan) LB Eric Meyer (Augustana) LB Nate Hughes (Carthage) LB Nick Nikolich (Illinois Wesleyan) LB David Treglown (North Central) LB Dan Souder (Illinois Wesleyan) DL Jake Snider (Augustana) DL Max Brooks (Illinois Wesleyan) DL Chase Gruening (Millikin) DL Nick Theobald (Wheaton) DL Joe Stumpfoll (Elmhurst) DL Hector Galvan (Millikin) Second Team Offense QB Tim Podulka (Augustana) QB Sean Norris (Wheaton) RB Josh Galliart (Augustana) RB Jacob Mueller (North Park) TE Mike Berttucci (Wheaton) WR Jason Kwasigroch (Augustana) WR Matt Kormelink (Millikin) WR Nick Merchut (Carthage) WR Steve Hlavac (North Central) OL Terrance Clark (Carthage) OL Kyle Foster (Elmhurst) OL Keely Flood (Illinois Wesleyan) OL Brian Blomquist (Millikin) OL Kyle Antos (North Central) OL Mike Orr (Wheaton) Art Keller Offensive Player of the Year Aaron Fanthorpe (North Central)

First Team GK Bruce Janek (Millikin) D Joe Chybowski (North Park) D Matas Cyvas (Illinois Wesleyan) D Cory Weaver (Wheaton) MF Jon Brehm (Elmhurst) MF Joel DeLass (Wheaton) MF Isaac Lee (North Park) MF Ben Theimer (Wheaton) F Scott Wallner (Augustana) F Stephen Mesko (Wheaton) F Matt Swartz (Wheaton) F Kristoffer Grahn (North Park) Second Team GK Andy Connor (Carthage) D Tyler Lamensky (Millikin) D Nathan Ryan (North Park) D Greg Yao (Illinois Wesleyan) MF Chris Fidlow (Carthage) MF Kevin Gathje (North Park) MF Micah Melendrez (North Central) MF Paolo Michelini (Illinois Wesleyan) F Tyler Cortez (Carthage) F Jeff Carqueville (Illinois Wesleyan) F Jason Lopez (Illinois Wesleyan) F Jake Pahr (Elmhurst) Player of the Year Joel DeLass (Wheaton) Joe Bean Coach of the Year Michael Giuliano (Wheaton) 2008 All-Conference Women’s Soccer Team First Team GK Lindsey Bollmann (Carthage) D Tiffany Martin (Carthage) D Anna Carey (Augustana) D Tina Rodriguez (Illinois Wesleyan) D Lauren Lindner (Wheaton) D Kelly Foltz (Wheaton) MF Jackie Peterson (Carthage) MF Kari Klynstra (Wheaton) MF Maria Della Torre (Wheaton) F Taryne Lee (Wheaton) F Caroline Leighton (Illinois Wesleyan) F Katie Oakes (Augustana) Second Team GK Alli Novak (Illinois Wesleyan) D Devon Wilfling (Carthage) D Lauren Knaack (Illinois Wesleyan) D Sarah Wilson (North Park) D Tori Samson (Illinois Wesleyan) MF Lauren Polock (Augustana) MF Paige Land (Carthage) MF Jamie Orewiler (Wheaton) F Jessica Dodds (Augustana) F Molly O’Brien (Illinois Wesleyan) F Ali Kopelman (Wheaton) F Kelly Baumgartner (Carthage) Player of the Year Taryne Lee (Wheaton) Co-Coaches of the Year Dave Barrett (Illinois Wesleyan) & Pete Felske (Wheaton)

Don Larson Defensive Player of the Year Matt Wenger (North Central) Bob Reade Coach of the Year John Thorne (North Central)

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2008-09 All-Conference Teams 2008 All-Conference Volleyball Team First Team L Katie Lundgren (Carthage) RS Rachel Swoboda (Carthage) MH Caitlin O’Hara (Elmhurst) MH Emily Hagen (Illinois Wesleyan) OH Michele Malinowski (Illinois Wesleyan) OH/DS Albana Gashi (Millikin) L/DS Stephanie Ryding (North Central) Second Team S Jaime Spolum (Augustana) OH Lauren Dembkowski (Carthage) S Drewann Pancratz (Carthage) OH Alison Friedrich (Elmhurst) S Karen Carlson (Millikin) RS/OH Jessica Eggert (North Central) OH Yaifeh Chafeh (North Park) Honorable Mention MH Angela Baumgartner (Augustana) OH Courtney Jungnickel (Augustana) S Emily Hilliker (Elmhurst) S Stacy Hassinger (Illinois Wesleyan) MH Christy Hermann (North Central) OH Crystal Wright (North Central) S/RS Lisa Jutsum (Wheaton) Player of the Year Katie Lundgren (Carthage) Freshman of the Year Drewann Pancratz (Carthage) Coach of the Year Leanne Ulmer (Carthage) 2008-09 All-Conference Men’s Basketball Team First Team G Kent Raymond (Wheaton) G Steve Djurickovic (Carthage) C Brent Ruch (Elmhurst) C Chandlor Collins (Augustana) F Chris Drennan (North Central) Second Team G Ryan Burks (Elmhurst) F Tunde Ogunleye (Millikin) C Andy Wiele (Wheaton) G Matt Pelton (Augustana) G Ben Panner (Wheaton) F Matt Rogers (North Central) Third Team F Nick Williams (North Park) G Brett Wessels (Augustana) G Sean Fendley (Carthage) F Robert Strzemp (Elmhurst) F Doug Sexauer (Illinois Wesleyan) Fred Young Most Outstanding Player Kent Raymond (Wheaton) Coach of the Year Bill Harris (Wheaton)

2008-09 All-Conference Women’s Basketball Team First Team G Kathleen Fidelia (Wheaton) F Lyndsie Long (Elmhurst) C Christina Solari (Illinois Wesleyan) G Claire Sheehan (Illinois Wesleyan) F Brianne Parra (North Central) Second Team F Katie Jarger (Carthage) G Mallory Heydorn (Illinois Wesleyan) G Kayla Pembrook (Millikin) F Jamie Jones (Wheaton) F LaRae Kostreva (North Park) Third Team G/F Carlie Janowiak (Carthage) C Lisa Gartelos (Carthage) G Lynnea Kvam (Wheaton) G Hope Schulte (Illinois Wesleyan) F Meghan McGuire (North Central) Most Outstanding Player Christina Solari (Illinois Wesleyan) Coach of the Year Mia Smith (Illinois Wesleyan) 2009 All-Conference Baseball Team First OF OF OF OF IF IF IF IF IF C DH UP UP P P P P

Team Charlie Antal (Wheaton) Stefen Edwards (Millikin) Kraig Ladd (Illinois Wesleyan) Zach Laffey (North Park) Zach Hofer (Elmhurst) Dave Hoffman (Augustana) Brett Moore (Illinois Wesleyan) Ryan Miller (Wheaton) Mike Frigo (Millikin) Mike Hughes (Carthage) John Wagle (Augustana) Steve Dennison (Wheaton) Nick Herrera (Elmhurst) Mike Giovenco (North Park) Jordan Jaehne-Llanas (Carthage) Trace Ruffie (Carthage) Tim Urbanowicz (Wheaton)

Second Team OF Tom Bastien (Millikin) OF Will Hodges (Carthage) OF Myles Kurnick (Augustana) OF Mike Morrissey (Illinois Wesleyan) IF Eric Izzo (Augustana) IF Brian Kolb (Wheaton) IF Nick Marino (North Park) IF Casey McIntosh (Illinois Wesleyan) IF John Lequia (Carthage) C Michael Corrigan (North Central) DH Pete Sekalias (North Park) UP Trevor Popp (North Park) P Pat Kirchhofer (Illinois Wesleyan) P Mike Kloss (North Central) P Jason Pankau (Illinois Wesleyan) P Mario Perez (Carthage) Pitcher of the Year Trace Ruffie (Carthage) Player of the Year Mike Hughes (Carthage) & Zach Hofer (Elmhurst) Coach of the Year Augie Schmidt (Carthage)

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2008-09 All-Conference Teams 2009 All-Conference Men’s Tennis Team

2009 All-Conference Softball Team First Team P Christy Engel (Illinois Wesleyan) P Kelsey Epping (Carthage) C Laura Constantine (North Central) C Brittney Snoreck (Augustana) 1B Kris Lee (Illinois Wesleyan) 2B Kara Reid (North Central) SS Kari Peterson (Carthage) 3B Karlee Quaritsch (Augustana) OF Monica Urban (Illinois Wesleyan) OF Dawn Kernich (Augustana) OF Colleen Bryan (Millikin) DP Alyssa Schrader (Carthage) UP Valerie Hackett (Illinois Wesleyan) AL Holly Roadruck (North Central) AL Becca Zumpf (Elmhurst) Second Team P Jackie Gill (Augustana) P Kate Seebacher (North Park) C Amanda Mattocks (Wheaton) C Kaitlyn McEldowney (Millikin) 1B Jacquelyn Tassone (Carthage) 2B Adrienne Munoz (Wheaton) SS Chrissy Rosin (Augustana) 3B Kathleen Campbell (Millikin) OF Missy Fobert (Augustana) OF Lauren Morita (Millikin) OF Stephanie Noel (Carthage) UP Stephanie Sarb (Augustana) AL Katie Anderson (North Park) AL Laura Whitfield (North Central) AL Allison Ward (Illinois Wesleyan) Pitcher of the Year Christy Engel (Illinois Wesleyan) Player of the Year Monica Urban (Illinois Wesleyan) & Holly Roadruck (North Central) Coaching Staff of the Year North Central 2008 All-Conference Women’s Tennis Team First Team Taylor Gustafson (Carthage) Allison Heim (Illinois Wesleyan) Jordan Hook (Wheaton) Beth Kaufman (Carthage) Gina Klein (Carthage) Elizabeth Worsowicz (Wheaton) Second Team Jill Casserly (Wheaton) Cassie Devore (Illinois Wesleyan) Brittney Dunn (Wheaton) Kayli Edwards (Wheaton) Jenna Richardson (Augustana) Cory Schillerstrom (North Central) Player of the Year Jordan Hook (Wheaton) Conference Championship MVP Elizabeth Worsowicz (Wheaton) Coach of the Year Krista Cardona (Illinois Wesleyan)

First Team Dan Chang (Illinois Wesleyan) Davis Moore (Wheaton) Brian Piotrowski (Illinois Wesleyan) Sammy Ramoni (Carthage) Jack Schiro (Carthage) Sam Sweeney (North Central) Second Team Matt Boguslawski (North Central) J.T. Delk (Carthage) Adam DeSimone (Augustana) Dave Douglass (Elmhurst) Chris Mullin (Augustana) Matt Whiteside (Carthage) Player of the Year Sam Sweeney (North Central) Conference Championship MVP J.T. Delk (Carthage) Coach of the Year Mike Patrick (North Central) 2008 All-Conference Women’s Golf Team Top 10 Individuals (Two-Day Total) Lindsey Haines (Illinois Wesleyan) Brittany Bronson (Wheaton) Nicole Spear (Illinois Wesleyan) Maddie Murphy (Illinois Wesleyan) Kayleen Gifford (Millikin) Erin Bradley (Illinois Wesleyan) Rachel Gahn (Augustana) Sarah Joers (Carthage) Alyssa Gaudio (North Central) Casi Blanton (Wheaton)

159 159 161 163 166 166 167 170 171 171

Coach of the Year Jay Martin (Wheaton) 2009 All-Conference Men’s Golf Team Top 10 Individuals (Four-Day Total) Bennett Blakeman (Illinois Wesleyan) Mike DeRuntz (Illinois Wesleyan) Matt Carr (Carthage) Steven Moore (Wheaton) Dan Downey (Wheaton) Tim Gannon (Carthage) Ryan Dorner (Illinois Wesleyan) Tyler Wollberg (Carthage) Chris Green (Illinois Wesleyan) J.B. Spillane (Millikin)

285 289 292 293 293 295 295 295 300 301

2008 All-Conference Men’s Cross Country Runners Men (Top 15 Finishers) Brandon Mull (Wheaton) Michael Spain (North Central) Kyle Brady (North Central) Sean Carlson (North Central) Nate Hird (North Central) Neal Klein (North Central) John Lancaster (North Central) Pat Austin (Elmhurst) Brian Wurtz (Wheaton) Chris Kane (North Central) Matt Bowman (Augustana) Billy Wisser (Augustana) Dan Buys (North Central) Andy Kubiak (North Central) Dan Bailey (Augustana)

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24:47 25:12 25:21 25:23 25:24 25:25 25:26 25:35 25:43 25:48 25:49 25:51 25:57 26:12 26:15


2008-09 All-Conference Teams Men’s Athlete of the Year Brandon Mull (Wheaton) Men’s Freshman of the Year Neil Klein (North Central) Men’s Coaching Staff of the Year North Central 2008 All-Conference Women’s Cross Country Runners Women (Top 15 Finishers) Lisa Baumert (Wheaton) Kat Bednarski (Elmhurst) Kerry Devitt (Illinois Wesleyan) Ellen Adams (Augustana) Amanda Laesch (North Central) Ashley Johnson (Carthage) Laura Pearson (Carthage) Jennifer Parisi (Wheaton) Brooke Zeller (Wheaton) Sarah Ahn (North Central) Hannah Page (Wheaton) Sara Greeley (Wheaton) Emily Willenbring (Illinois Wesleyan) Sarah Beasley (Wheaton) Megan Andracki (North Central)

22:12 22:46 22:49 22:50 22:56 23:01 23:02 23:05 23:07 23:09 23:16 23:18 23:24 23:28 23:30

Women’s Athlete of the Year Lisa Baumert (Wheaton) Women’s Freshman of the Year Sarah Ahn (North Central) Women’s Coaching Staff of the Year Wheaton 2009 Men’s Indoor Track & Field Top Three Finishers

55-Meter Hurdles Ted McMillan (Augustana) Greg Davis (Augustana) Mike Oratowski (Carthage)

7.79 8.00 8.10

4x400 Relay Augustana North Central Illinois Wesleyan

3:19.83 3:20.19 3:24.95

Distance Medley Relay North Central Augustana Elmhurst

10:17.20 10:20.89 10:24.27

High Jump Ted McMillan (Augustana) Matt Borchardt (North Central) Mark Baron (Augustana)

6-9 1/2 6-5 1/2 6-3 1/2

Pole Vault Jake Winder (North Central) David Larson (Wheaton) John Wood (North Central)

16-4 3/4 15-5 14-11

Long Jump Buzzy Brown (Carthage) Kyle Haste (North Central) Alex Stake (Augustana)

23-1 1/4 22-1 21-11

Triple Jump Patrick Zeunik (Augustana) Prentis Wilbourn (Carthage) Kieron Boyd (Millikin)

46-2 3/4 45-3 45-1

Shot Put Spencer Williams (Carthage) Jarrayl Johnson (Carthage) Stephan Gray (North Central)

50-7 1/2 49-9 3/4 49-2 1/4

Weight Throw Darien West (Illinois Wesleyan) Jon Kochmit (Carthage) Josh Brennan (Carthage)

54-5 1/2 53-4 1/4 51-4 1/2

Pentathlon Ted McMillan (Augustana) Matt Borchardt (North Central) Alex Stake (Augustana)

3603 3368 3254

55-Meter Dash Kieron Boyd (Millikin) Max Petersen (Augustana) Dan Hrvatin (Carthage)

6.47 6.53 6.53

200-Meter Dash Kieron Boyd (Millikin) Tommy Robertson (North Central) Evan Holschbach (Augustana)

22.61 22.63 22.68

Mile Brian McConnell (Elmhurst) Joel Brunner (Carthage) Jason Beer (North Central)

4:10.70 4:14.34 4:14.88

400-Meter Dash Greg Jackson (North Central) Kyle Ekberg (Augustana) Cam Culpepper (North Central)

49.14 49.32 50.02

800-Meter Run Jacob Austin (North Central) Jon Kaufmann (North Central) Derek Hall (Carthage)

1:54.92 1:55.31 1:55.96

3,000-Meter Run Mike Spain (North Central) Kyle Brady (North Central) Andy Kubiak (Augustana)

55-Meter Dash Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Keli Coleman (Augustana) Shavantay Thomas (Illinois Wesleyan)

7.11 7.15 7.32

8:25.84 8:25.94 8:29.95

5,000-Meter Run Kyle Brady (North Central) Mike Spain (North Central) John Lancaster (North Central)

200-Meter Dash Ali McCoy (Illinois Wesleyan) Shavantay Thomas (Illinois Wesleyan) Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan)

25.31 25.87 26.11

14:40.62 14:43.51 14:46.46

Mile Lisa Baumert (Wheaton) 5:02.90 Kerry Devitt (Illinois Wesleyan) 5:07.48 Mackenzie Clemens (Illinois Wesleyan) 5:10.37

Male Field Athlete of the Meet Ted McMillan (Augustana) Male Track Athlete of the Meet Kyle Brady (North Central) Men’s Coaching Staff of the Year North Central 2009 Women’s Indoor Track & Field Top Three Finishers

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2008-09 All-Conference Teams 400-Meter Dash Ali McCoy (Illinois Wesleyan) Lauren Brightmore (North Central) Sheila Walsh (North Central)

57.88 58.55 59.70

800-Meter Run Mackenzie Clemens (Illinois Wesleyan) 2:17.05 Ashley Johnson (Carthage) 2:18.32 Kala Bingham (North Central) 2:20.87 3,000-Meter Run Kerry Devitt (Illinois Wesleyan) Morgan Wiechmann (Carthage) Sarah Ahn (North Central)

10:26.16 10:30.36 10:31.76

5,000-Meter Run Megan Andracki (North Central) Sarah Ahn (North Central) Kat Bednarski (Elmhurst)

18:04.30 18:07.03 18:23.77

55-Meter Hurdles Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Brandye Jackson (North Central) Missy Savino (North Central)

8.21 8.30 8.73

4x400 Relay Illinois Wesleyan North Central Carthage

4:01.23 4:02.13 4:06.53

Distance Medley Relay Illinois Wesleyan Wheaton Carthage

11:56.35 12:10.12 12:26.52

High Jump Michelle Criscione (North Central) Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Gaby Johnson (Illinois Wesleyan)

5-6 5-3 3/4 5-1 3/4

Pole Vault Rachel Secrest (North Central) Carolyn Kalafut (North Central) Erin Moran (Illinois Wesleyan)

12-7 1/4 11-7 11-7

Long Jump Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Kelsey Duhai (Augustana) Missy Savino (North Central)

18-0 1/2 17-7 1/2 17-4 3/4

Triple Jump Kelsey Duhai (Augustana) Chinny Ekwulugo (Illinois Wesleyan) Annie Adamson (North Central)

37-8 3/4 37-5 1/4 36-9 1/2

Shot Put Marissa Banks (Augustana) Julie Rendino (Carthage) Tristan Theissing (North Central)

43-3 1/4 42-2 1/4 41-3 3/4

Weight Throw Allison May (Millikin) Kyla Motz (Illinois Wesleyan) Paula Neiweem (Augustana)

51-9 1/4 50-3 1/2 50-2

Pentathlon Missy Savino (North Central) Angela Oltman (Illinois Wesleyan) Stephanie Moy (Carthage)

3146 2982 2892

Female Field Athlete of the Meet Missy Savino (North Central) Female Track Athlete of the Meet Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Women’s Coaching Staff of the Year Illinois Wesleyan

2009 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Top Three Finishers 100-Meter Dash Max Petersen (Augustana) Buzzy Brown (Carthage) Kieron Boyd (Millikin)

10.97 11.12 11.16

200-Meter Dash Max Petersen (Augustana) Buzzy Brown (Carthage) Greg Jackson (North Central)

22.42 22.45 22.52

400-Meter Dash Greg Jackson (North Central) Kyle Ekberg (Augustana) James Wood (Augustana)

47.94 48.79 49.13

800-Meter Run Brian McConnell (Elmhurst) Jacob Austin (North Central) Jon Kaufmann (North Central)

1:55.69 1:55.81 1:56.73

1,500-Meter Run Brian McConnell (Elmhurst) Alex Knobloch (North Central) Kyle Horst (North Central)

3:56.91 3:59.24 3:59.35

5,000-Meter Run Mike Spain (North Central) Kyle Brady (North Central) Andy Kubiak (Augustana)

14:52.76 14:53.13 15:03.61

10,000-Meter Run Kyle Brady (North Central) Mike Spain (North Central) Nate Hird (North Central)

30:58.32 30:58.36 31:06.19

110-Meter Hurdles Ted McMillan (Augustana) Mike Oratowski (Carthage) Greg Davis (Augustana)

15.05 15.11 15.57

400-Meter Hurdles Greg Davis (Augustana) Ted McMillan (Augustana) Marty King (Augustana)

54.99 55.56 55.74

3,000-Meter Steeplechase Andy Kubiak (Augustana) Chris Kane (North Central) Dan Buys (North Central)

9:24.30 9:34.30 9:35.20

4x100 Relay Augustana North Central Carthage

42.61 43.10 43.47

4x400 Relay Augustana North Central Wheaton

3:18.09 3:18.40 3:20.34

High Jump Ted McMillan (Augustana) Alex Stake (Augustana) Matt Borchardt (North Central)

6-9 6-5 6-5

Pole Vault Jake Winder (North Central) John Wood (North Central) David Larson (Wheaton)

16-6 1/2 16-0 15-6 1/4

Long Jump Buzzy Brown (Carthage) Alex Stake (Augustana) Prentis Wilbourn (Carthage)

23-1 1/4 22-1 1/2 21-11 1/2

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2008-09 All-Conference Teams Triple Jump Prentis Wilbourn (Carthage) Matt Borchardt (North Central) Kieron Boyd (Millikin)

46-0 45-2 1/4 44-1 1/2

100-Meter Hurdles Heather Gilmore (Carthage) Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Brandye Jackson (North Central)

14.45 14.61 15.23

Shot Put Spencer Williams (Carthage) Darin Decker (Augustana) Brad Fortney (Carthage)

50-8 1/4 48-9 1/2 48-5 1/4

400-Meter Hurdles Allison Schaley (Augustana) Tiffany Overlien (Wheaton) Bridgett Starwalt (Millikin)

1:05.62 1:06.39 1:07.13

Discus Darin Decker (Augustana) Pat Hoefle (Augustana) Phil Christensen (Augustana)

151-2 147-10 147-4

3,000-Meter Steeplechase Jennifer Parisi (Wheaton) Emily Willenbring (Illinois Wesleyan) Sarah Beasley (Wheaton)

11:25.70 11:29.76 11:38.36

Hammer Darin Decker (Augustana) Josh Brennan (Carthage) Jon Kochmit (Carthage)

180-4 171-9 171-9

4x100 Relay Illinois Wesleyan North Central Augustana

48.24 48.86 49.38

Javelin Lars Tenglin (North Park) Nate Hughes (Carthage) Alex DuPlessis (North Central)

185-3 173-5 172-10

4x400 Relay North Central Illinois Wesleyan Wheaton

3:58.39 3:59.60 3:59.71

Decathlon Kenton Rauwerdink (Carthage) Alex Stake (Augustana) Joe Schneiderbauer (North Central)

6269 6208 6095

High Jump Michelle Criscione (North Central) Gaby Johnson (Illinois Wesleyan) Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan)

5-5 1/4 5-5 1/4 5-1 1/4

Pole Vault Rachel Secrest (North Central) Carolyn Kalafut (North Central) Meghan Court (North Central)

12-9 1/2 12-3 1/2 11-10 1/2

Long Jump Lauren Alpert (Illinois Wesleyan) Kelsey Duhai (Augustana) Rachel Secrest (North Central)

18-3 18-1 18-0 1/2

Triple Jump Chinny Ekwulugo (Illinois Wesleyan) Shacuana Gaines (Carthage) Kelsey Duhai (Augustana)

39-0 1/2 36-9 1/2 36-4 3/4

Shot Put Marissa Banks (Augustana) Ky Motz (Illinois Wesleyan) Mindy Harrington (Carthage)

42-11 41-7 3/4 41-7 3/4

Discus Marissa Banks (Augustana) Tristan Theissing (North Central) Brittany Sherron (Millikin)

141-3 135-1 128-2

Hammer Paula Neiweem (Augustana) Stephanie Solari (Wheaton) Julie Rendino (Carthage)

154-9 152-9 150-9

Javelin Brandi McNeil (Wheaton) Katie Butson (Illinois Wesleyan) Stephanie Solari (Wheaton)

138-11 125-9 123-1

Heptathlon Christine Nelson (Carthage) Lauren Hutson (Wheaton) Missy Savino (North Central)

3958 3941 3864

Male Field Athlete of the Meet Darin Decker (Augustana) Male Track Athlete of the Meet Brian McConnell (Elmhurst) Men’s Coaching Staff of the Year North Central 2009 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Top Three Finishers 100-Meter Dash Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Shavantay Thomas (Illinois Wesleyan) Ashura Jenkins (Carthage)

12.12 12.28 12.33

200-Meter Dash Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Shavantay Thomas (Illinois Wesleyan) Ali McCoy (Illinois Wesleyan)

24.94 25.12 25.39

400-Meter Dash Ali McCoy (Illinois Wesleyan) Lauren Brightmore (North Central) Lauren Alpert (Illinois Wesleyan)

56.24 56.37 57.70

800-Meter Run Mackenzie Clemens (Illinois Wesleyan) 2:15.70 Hannah Hottle (Augustana) 2:17.29 Michelle Cameron (Wheaton) 2:17.76 1,500-Meter Run Kerry Devitt (Illinois Wesleyan) 4:44.28 Mackenzie Clemens (Illinois Wesleyan) 4:45.29 Jennifer Bowles (Wheaton) 4:50.10 5,000-Meter Run Katlyn Bednarski (Elmhurst) Kerry Devitt (Illinois Wesleyan) Ellen Adams (Augustana)

18:06.17 18:11.58 18:17.51

10,000-Meter Run Lisa Baumert (Wheaton) Liz Ave Maria (Illinois Wesleyan) Brooke Zeller (Wheaton)

37:53.06 37:59.62 38:25.56

Female Field Athlete of the Meet Marissa Banks (Augustana) Female Track Athlete of the Meet Amanda LaRocca (Illinois Wesleyan) Women’s Coaching Staff of the Year Illinois Wesleyan

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2008-09 All-Conference Teams 2009 CCIW All-Conference Men’s Swimmers

Three-Meter Diving Michael Gerdov (Rose-Hulman) Robert Emmerson (Augustana)

440.85 358.95

50-Yard Freestyle Andy Bax (Carthage) Nathan Ripley (Carthage)

20.98 21.07

100-Yard Freestyle Nathan Ripley (Carthage) Blake Bendix (Carthage)

46.00 47.10

200-Yard Freestyle Nathan Ripley (Carthage) Kyle Winiecki (Carthage)

1:42.32 1:43.91

500-Yard Freestyle Chris Betzle (Illinois Wesleyan) Ethan Cramer (Wheaton)

4:37.09 4:40.86

1650-Yard Freestyle Chris Betzle (Illinois Wesleyan) Alex Van Huis (Carthage)

50-Yard Freestyle Amanda Croix (Carthage) Sarah Reynertson (Carthage)

23.49 24.12

16:04.48 16:10.30

100-Yard Backstroke Mike Firth (Illinois Wesleyan) Chris Varner (Carthage)

100-Yard Freestyle Amanda Croix (Carthage) Moire Yue (Wheaton)

51.14 52.96

51.99 52.75

200-Yard Backstroke Mike Firth (Illinois Wesleyan) Kyle Winiecki (Carthage)

200-Yard Freestyle Amanda Croix (Carthage) Angela Lugg (Illinois Wesleyan)

1:52.78 1:53.62

1:53.21 1:56.76

100-Yard Breaststroke Stephen Schranck (Carthage) Jonathan Nitz (Wheaton)

500-Yard Freestyle Angela Lugg (Illinois Wesleyan) Lauren Jurgens (Wheaton)

5:03.46 5:04.80

56.61 57.23

200-Yard Breaststroke Stephen Schranck (Carthage) Jonathan Nitz (Wheaton)

1650-Yard Freestyle Lauren Jurgens (Wheaton) Megan Lonergan (Augustana)

17:43.46 17:50.68

2:01.23 2:07.27

100-Yard Butterfly Mike Kozak (Illinois Wesleyan) Doug Schranck (Carthage)

100-Yard Backstroke Jensena Paul (Carthage) Moire Yue (Wheaton)

58.32 58.82

49.62 50.32

200-Yard Butterfly Mike Kozak (Illinois Wesleyan) Rob Morris (Wheaton)

200-Yard Backstroke Andrea Peterson (Illinois Wesleyan) Ashley Matthiesen (Wheaton)

2:09.64 2:09.69

1:51.04 1:54.61

200-Yard IM Derek Schneider (Carthage) Doug Schranck (Carthage)

100-Yard Breaststroke Liz Hartman (Wheaton) Stefani Masterton (North Central)

1:07.52 1:07.69

1:55.79 1:56.03

400-Yard IM Derek Schneider (Carthage) Alex Van Huis (Carthage)

200-Yard Breaststroke Liz Hartman (Wheaton) Stefani Masterton (North Central)

2:25.71 2:29.06

4:08.79 4:09.27

200-Yard Freestyle Relay Carthage Wheaton

100-Yard Butterfly Heather Crockett (Wheaton) Jensena Paul (Carthage)

59.30 1:00.08

1:22.74 1:25.83

400-Yard Freestyle Relay Carthage Wheaton

200-Yard Butterfly Michelle Pelka (Carthage) Angela Lugg (Illinois Wesleyan)

2:05.59 2:13.33

3:03.73 3:10.76

800-Yard Freestyle Relay Carthage Wheaton

200-Yard IM Michelle Pelka (Carthage) Sloan Skinner (Wheaton)

2:07.66 2:11.19

7:02.51 7:07.64

200-Yard Medley Relay Carthage Wheaton

400-Yard IM Michelle Pelka (Carthage) Sloan Skinner (Wheaton)

4:29.86 4:40.48

1:33.27 1:34.33

400-Yard Medley Relay Carthage Wheaton

200-Yard Freestyle Relay Carthage Wheaton

1:35.41 1:37.30

3:25.58 3:27.64

One-Meter Diving Michael Gerdov (Rose-Hulman) Mark Parzych (Rose-Hulman)

400-Yard Freestyle Relay Carthage Illinois Wesleyan

3:32.24 3:40.76

409.00 344.60

800-Yard Freestyle Relay Wheaton Illinois Wesleyan

Men’s Most Valuable Swimmer Mike Kozak (Illinois Wesleyan) Outstanding Participant Isaac Rothenbaum (Carthage) Men’s Coach of the Year Teresa Fish (Illinois Wesleyan) 2009 CCIW All-Conference Women’s Swimmers

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7:50.70 7:53.79


2008-09 All-Conference Teams/Merle Chapman Award Winners 200-Yard Medley Relay Carthage Wheaton

1:46.14 1:49.35

400-Yard Medley Relay Carthage Wheaton

3:56.21 3:57.09

One-Meter Diving Meg Calabrese (Illinois Wesleyan) Lindsey DeSutter (Illinois Wesleyan)

349.85 310.60

Three-Meter Diving Meg Calabrese (Illinois Wesleyan) Lindsey DeSutter (Illinois Wesleyan)

327.80 274.20

Women’s Most Valuable Swimmer Amanda Croix (Carthage) Outstanding Participant Jillian Morris (Wheaton)

149 Pounds Jason Fitzenreider (North Central) Charlie Curran (Elmhurst) Zac Holland (Augustana) 157 Pounds Cowan Brown (North Central) Nick Parrish (Elmhurst) Matt McIntyre (Augustana) 165 Pounds Ben Youel (North Central) Greg Horn (Elmhurst) Justin Marble (Wheaton) 174 Pounds Greg Schroeder (North Central) Justin Tomal (Wheaton) Frank Savegnago (Elmhurst) 184 Pounds Gabe Youel (North Central) Toby Boltz (Wheaton) Brian Kerr (Augustana)

Women’s Coach of the Year Beth DeLaRosby (Carthage) 2009 CCIW All-Conference Wrestlers 125 Pounds Jake Oster (Elmhurst) Kyle Brodwater (Augustana) Joe Norton (North Central)

197 Pounds Vinnie Sapienza (North Central) Matt Nykaza (Augustana) Bernie Vazquez (Elmhurst) 285 Pounds Mark Corsello (Elmhurst) Billy Malone (North Central) Chase Campbell (Wheaton)

133 Pounds Jake Denhof (Elmhurst) Andrew Randone (Augustana) Sean Tomac (North Central)

Outstanding Wrestler Jake Oster (Elmhurst)

141 Pounds Jamie Devine (North Central) Rob Lejman (Elmhurst) Alberto Quiros (Augustana)

Coach of the Year Kevin Bratland (North Central)

2008-09 Merle Chapman Leadership Award Winners Augustana Darla Smith (Volleyball) Brad Monier (Football)

North Park Colleen Horgan (Women’s Golf) Alex Drake (Men’s Soccer)

Carthage Jackie Peterson (Women’s Soccer Track & Field) Joel Brunner (Cross Country/Track & Field)

Wheaton Taryne Lee (Women’s Soccer) Brad Smith (Men’s Basketball)

Elmhurst Michele Fournier (Softball) Kurt Nitschke (Football) Illinois Wesleyan Nicole Spear (Golf) Andrew Gilmore (Basketball) Millikin Karen Carlson (Volleyball) Bruce Janek (Men’s Soccer) North Central Lisa Link (Women’s Soccer) Chris Toy (Baseball)

Criteria The Merle Chapman Leadership award, which began during the 2002-03 academic year, is named after the longtime football coach/athletics director at Millikin University and the second commissioner of the CCIW. Chapman served in that capacity from 1997-2002. The award identifies the studentathletes from the eight member institutions that best exemplify the traits that Chapman displayed and encouraged during his three-plus decades of service as teacher, coach and mentor to the athletes, coaches and administrators of the CCIW. Those traits are loyalty, enthusiasm, and commitment to academic, athletic and personal excellence, leadership and sportsmanship.

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CCIW All-Time Team Champions Football 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952   1953 1954   1955 1956 1957   1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974   1975 1976 1977   1978   1979 1980   1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988   1989 1990   1991 1992 1993 1994   1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

North Central North Central Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Wheaton Illinois Wesleyan Lake Forest Millikin Wheaton Millikin Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Lake Forest Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton North Central Millikin Carthage Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Carthage Augustana Carthage Carthage Carthage Carthage Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Augustana Carroll Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Elmhurst Millikin Millikin Elmhurst Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Carroll Millikin Augustana Millikin Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Wheaton Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Millikin Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Wheaton Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Wheaton Wheaton Carthage Wheaton Augustana North Central Wheaton Augustana

2007 North Central Illinois Wesleyan 2008 North Central Volleyball 1986 Elmhurst 1987 Elmhurst 1988 Elmhurst 1989 Wheaton 1990 Carthage 1991 Illinois Wesleyan 1992 North Central 1993 Carthage 1994 Millikin 1995 Millikin 1996 Augustana 1997 Illinois Wesleyan 1998 Elmhurst 1999 Millikin 2000 Elmhurst 2001 Elmhurst Augustana 2002 Elmhurst 2003 Elmhurst 2004 Elmhurst Carthage 2005 Carthage 2006 Carthage 2007 Carthage 2008 Carthage Women’s Soccer 1995 Wheaton 1996 Wheaton 1997 Wheaton 1998 Wheaton 1999 Wheaton 2000 Wheaton 2001 Wheaton Carthage 2002 Wheaton 2003 Wheaton 2004 Wheaton 2005 Wheaton 2006 Wheaton 2007 Wheaton 2008 Illinois Wesleyan Men’s Soccer 1988 Wheaton 1989 Wheaton 1990 Wheaton 1991 North Central 1992 Wheaton 1993 Wheaton 1994 North Central 1995 Wheaton 1996 Wheaton 1997 Wheaton 1998 Wheaton 1999 Wheaton 2000 Wheaton 2001 Wheaton Millikin 2002 Wheaton Augustana 2003 Wheaton 2004 North Park 2005 North Park 2006 North Park 2007 Carthage 2008 Wheaton Women’s Golf 1996 Carthage 1997 Carthage 1998 Carthage 1999 Carthage

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Millikin Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan

Women’s Tennis 1986 Wheaton 1987 Wheaton 1988 Wheaton 1989 Wheaton 1990 Wheaton 1991 Carthage 1992 Illinois Wesleyan 1993 Augustana 1994 Augustana 1995 Wheaton 1996 Augustana 1997 Augustana 1998 Wheaton 1999 Wheaton 2000 Wheaton 2001 Wheaton 2002 Carthage 2003 Carthage 2004 Carthage 2005 Wheaton 2006 Wheaton 2007 Wheaton 2008 Wheaton Women’s Cross Country 1986 Wheaton 1987 Wheaton 1988 Wheaton 1989 Wheaton 1990 Augustana 1991 Augustana 1992 North Central 1993 North Central 1994 Augustana 1995 North Central 1996 Augustana 1997 Augustana 1998 Augustana 1999 Wheaton 2000 Elmhurst 2001 Elmhurst 2002 Elmhurst 2003 Elmhurst Wheaton 2004 Wheaton 2005 Wheaton 2006 North Central 2007 Wheaton 2008 Wheaton Men’s Cross Country 1960 Carroll 1961 Millikin 1962 North Central 1963 North Central 1964 North Central 1965 North Central 1966 Carthage 1967 Carthage 1968 North Central 1969 Augustana 1970 Augustana 1971 North Central 1972 North Central 1973 Carthage 1974 North Central 1975 North Central


CCIW All-Time Team Champions Men’s Cross Country (Continued) 1976 North Central 1977 North Central 1978 North Central 1979 North Central 1980 North Central 1981 North Central 1982 North Central 1983 North Central 1984 North Central 1985 North Central 1986 North Central 1987 North Central 1988 North Central 1989 North Central 1990 North Central 1991 North Central 1992 North Central 1993 North Central 1994 North Central 1995 North Central 1996 North Central 1997 North Central 1998 North Central 1999 North Central 2000 North Central 2001 North Central 2002 North Central 2003 North Central 2004 North Central 2005 North Central 2006 North Central 2007 North Central 2008 North Central Women’s Basketball 1987 Augustana 1988 North Park 1989 Augustana Millikin 1990 Augustana 1991 Augustana 1992 Wheaton 1993 Augustana 1994 Millikin 1995 Millikin 1996 Millikin Carthage 1997 Millikin 1998 Millikin 1999 Wheaton 2000 Millikin 2001 Millikin 2002 Millikin Wheaton 2003 Illinois Wesleyan 2004 Millikin 2005 Millikin 2006 Wheaton 2007 Wheaton 2008 Illinois Wesleyan 2009 Illinois Wesleyan Men’s Basketball 1947 Millikin 1948 Millikin Wheaton 1949 Illinois Wesleyan 1950 Millikin 1951 Millikin 1952 Millikin 1953 Wheaton 1954 Illinois Wesleyan 1955 Millikin 1956 Wheaton 1957 Wheaton 1958 Wheaton 1959 Wheaton

1960 Illinois Wesleyan North Central 1961 Illinois Wesleyan 1962 Illinois Wesleyan 1963 Augustana 1964 Illinois Wesleyan Carthage 1965 Illinois Wesleyan 1966 Illinois Wesleyan 1967 Illinois Wesleyan 1968 Millikin 1969 North Park 1970 Illinois Wesleyan 1971 Illinois Wesleyan Augustana 1972 Augustana 1973 Augustana 1974 Augustana 1975 Illinois Wesleyan 1976 Illinois Wesleyan 1977 Illinois Wesleyan 1978 North Park 1979 North Park 1980 North Park 1981 Augustana 1982 Augustana Illinois Wesleyan 1983 Millikin 1984 Illinois Wesleyan 1985 North Central North Park 1986 Illinois Wesleyan 1987 North Park 1988 Illinois Wesleyan 1989 Millikin North Central 1990 North Central 1991 Illinois Wesleyan 1992 Illinois Wesleyan 1993 Augustana 1994 Illinois Wesleyan 1995 Illinois Wesleyan 1996 Wheaton 1997 Illinois Wesleyan 1998 Illinois Wesleyan 1999 Wheaton 2000 Carthage 2001 Elmhurst 2002 Carthage 2003 Augustana Carthage Illinois Wesleyan 2004 Illinois Wesleyan 2005 Illinois Wesleyan 2006 Augustana 2007 Augustana 2008 Augustana 2009 Wheaton Wrestling 1957 Wheaton 1958 Wheaton 1959 Wheaton 1960 Lake Forest 1961 Carroll 1962 North Central 1963 Augustana 1964 Augustana 1965 Augustana 1966 Augustana 1967 Augustana 1968 Augustana 1969 Augustana 1970 Augustana 1971 Augustana 1972 Augustana 1973 North Park 1974 Augustana

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1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Augustana Wheaton Wheaton North Central Augustana Augustana Wheaton Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana North Central Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst North Central North Central

Women’s Swimming 1987 Wheaton 1988 Augustana 1989 Augustana 1990 Augustana 1991 Wheaton 1992 Wheaton 1993 Augustana 1994 Wheaton 1995 Augustana 1996 Wheaton 1997 Augustana 1998 Wheaton 1999 Wheaton 2000 Wheaton 2001 Wheaton 2002 Wheaton 2003 Wheaton 2004 Wheaton 2005 Wheaton 2006 Wheaton 2007 Wheaton 2008 Wheaton 2009 Wheaton Men’s Swimming 1947 Augustana 1948 Augustana 1949 Augustana 1950 North Central 1951 North Central 1952 North Central 1953 North Central 1954 North Central 1955 North Central 1956 North Central 1957 North Central 1958 North Central 1959 North Central 1960 North Central 1961 North Central 1962 North Central


CCIW All-Time Team Champions Men’s Swimming (Continued) 1963 North Central 1964 North Central 1965 North Central 1966 North Central 1967 Augustana 1968 North Central 1969 Augustana 1970 Augustana 1971 Augustana 1972 Millikin Wheaton 1973 Millikin 1974 Wheaton 1975 Wheaton 1976 Millikin 1977 Wheaton 1978 Wheaton 1979 North Central 1980 North Central 1981 North Central 1982 Augustana 1983 Wheaton 1984 Wheaton 1985 Wheaton 1986 Wheaton 1987 Millikin 1988 Millikin 1989 Millikin 1990 Wheaton 1991 Wheaton 1992 Wheaton 1993 Wheaton 1994 Wheaton 1995 Wheaton 1996 Illinois Wesleyan 1997 Wheaton 1998 Wheaton 1999 Wheaton 2000 Wheaton 2001 Wheaton 2002 Wheaton 2003 Wheaton 2004 Wheaton 2005 Wheaton 2006 Carthage 2007 Wheaton 2008 Carthage 2009 Carthage Men’s Indoor Track & Field 2001 North Central 2002 North Central 2003 North Central 2004 North Central 2005 North Central 2006 North Central 2007 North Central 2008 North Central 2009 North Central Women’s Indoor Track & Field 2001 Carthage 2002 Carthage 2003 Carthage 2004 Carthage 2005 Carthage 2006 North Central 2007 North Central 2008 Illinois Wesleyan 2009 Illinois Wesleyan Men’s Outdoor Track & Field 1947 Wheaton 1948 Wheaton 1949 Wheaton 1950 Wheaton 1951 Wheaton

1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Wheaton Wheaton Millikin Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Carroll North Central Carroll Millikin Augustana Augustana North Central Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana North Central Augustana Augustana Augustana North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central Augustana North Central

Women’s Outdoor Track & Field 1987 North Central 1988 Augustana 1989 North Central 1990 North Central 1991 Augustana 1992 North Central 1993 Augustana 1994 Augustana 1995 Augustana 1996 Augustana 1997 Augustana 1998 Augustana 1999 Augustana 2000 Augustana 2001 Augustana 2002 North Central 2003 Carthage 2004 Carthage

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Carthage Wheaton North Central Augustana Illinois Wesleyan

Baseball 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Wheaton Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Lake Forest Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Millikin Augustana Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Carthage Carthage North Central Carthage Augustana Millikin Elmhurst Elmhurst Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst North Park North Park North Central North Central North Central North Park North Central Illinois Wesleyan North Park North Central Carthage Carthage North Central Carthage North Central Elmhurst North Central Carthage Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Carthage Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Carthage


CCIW All-Time Team Champions/2009-10 Sports Sponsorship Softbal l 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Millikin Millikin North Central Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Elmhurst North Central Illinois Wesleyan North Central Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Carthage North Central North Central North Central Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Illinois Wesleyan North Central Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan

Men’s Tennis 1947 Augustana 1948 Augustana 1949 Lake Forest 1950 Lake Forest 1951 Lake Forest 1952 Wheaton 1952 Wheaton 1953 Lake Forest 1954 Elmhurst 1955 Augustana 1956 Augustana 1957 Wheaton 1958 Augustana 1959 Wheaton 1960 Augustana 1961 North Central 1962 Lake Forest 1963 Illinois Wesleyan 1964 Illinois Wesleyan 1965 Augustana 1966 Augustana 1967 Augustana 1968 Augustana 1969 Meet Cancelled 1970 Augustana 1971 Augustana 1972 Augustana

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Carroll Augustana Augustana Wheaton Augustana Augustana Wheaton Wheaton Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Wheaton Wheaton Carthage Wheaton Wheaton Carthage Carthage Carthage Carthage Carthage Carthage

Men’s Golf 1947 Lake Forest 1948 North Central 1949 Millikin 1950 Elmhurst 1951 Millikin 1952 Lake Forest 1953 Lake Forest 1954 Millikin 1955 Augustana 1956 Carroll 1957 Lake Forest 1958 Millikin 1959 Illinois Wesleyan

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Illinois Wesleyan Carroll Carroll Carroll Augustana Augustana Augustana Millikin North Central Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Carroll Augustana Augustana Millikin Augustana Augustana Illinois Wesleyan Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin Millikin Carthage Carthage Carthage Carthage Millikin Carthage Augustana Millikin Millikin Augustana Millikin Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan Carthage Carthage Illinois Wesleyan Illinois Wesleyan

2009-10 Sports Sponsorship List Men’s Sports AC CC EC IWU MU Baseball X X X X X Basketball X X X X X C. Country X X X X X Football X X X X X Golf X X X X X Soccer X X X X X Swimming X X X X Tennis X X X X T&F - I X X X X X T&F - O X X X X X Wrestling X X TOTAL 11 10 10 10 9

NCC NPU WC TOT X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X 7* X X 6 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X 4 11 8 11

Women’s Sports AC CC EC IWU MU Basketball X X X X X C. Country X X X X X Golf X X X X X Soccer X X X X X Softball X X X X X Swimming X X X X Tennis X X X X X T&F - I X X X X X T&F - O X X X X X Volleyball X X X X X TOTAL 10 10 9 10 10

NCC NPU WC TOT X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X 7* X X 7 X X X 8 X X X 8 X X X 8 10 8 10

*Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is an associate CCIW member for swimming and is denoted as the seventh sponsor of the sport. Note: Only conference sponsored sports are indicated.

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2008-09 Honors & Achievements Augustana NCAA Participants (Team) Men’s Cross Country Women’s Indoor Track & Field Men’s Indoor Track & Field Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Indoor Track & Field CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Blaine Westemeyer (Football) Keli Coleman (Track & Field) Ted McMillan (Track & Field) Max Petersen (Track & Field) CoSIDA Academic All-District Angela Baumgartner (Volleyball) Eric Smith (Football) Jake Parke (Football) Eric Meyer (Football) Andy Klink (Football) Matt Pelton (Basketball) John Wagle (Baseball) Rachel Gahn (Golf) Darla Smith (Soccer) Brittany Snoreck (Softball) All-Americans (Individual) Blaine Westemeyer (Football) Ted McMillan (Track & Field) Kyle Eckberg (Track & Field) Marissa Banks (Track & Field) Andy Kubiak (Track & Field) Phil Christensen (Track & Field) Carthage CCIW Champions (Team) Volleyball Baseball Men’s Tennis Men’s Swimming NCAA Participants (Team) Women’s Soccer Volleyball Men’s Indoor Track & Field Women’s Swimming Men’s Swimming Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Baseball Men’s Tennis Men’s Golf CoSIDA Academic All-District Steve Djurickovic (Basketball) All-Americans (Individual) Rachel Swoboda (Volleyball) Katie Lundgren (Volleyball) Drewann Pancratz (Volleyball) Steve Djurickovic (Basketball) Amanda Croix (Swimming) Michelle Pelka (Swimming) Stephen Schranck (Swimming) Buzzy Brown (Track & Field) Jon Kochmit (Track & Field) Trace Ruffie (Baseball) Elmhurst

All-Americans (Individual) Randy Wright (Football) Brian McConnell (Track & Field) Caitlin O’Hara (Volleyball) Brent Ruch (Basketball) Illinois Wesleyan CCIW Champions (Team) Women’s Indoor Track & Field Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Women’s Golf Men’s Golf Softball NCAA Participants (Team) Women’s Soccer Women’s Basketball Women’s Indoor Track & Field Men’s Indoor Track & Field Men’s Swimming Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Softball Women’s Golf Men’s Golf CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Monica Urban (Basketball) CoSIDA Academic All-District Matas Cyvas (Soccer) Christina Solari (Basketball) Monica Urban (Softball) Joe Duffy (Football) Mike DeRuntz (Golf) Nicole Spear (Golf) Alicia McCoy (Track & Field) Claire Sheehan (Basketball) Christy Engel (Softball) All-Americans (Individual) Bennett Blakeman (Golf) Lindsey Haines (Golf) Nicole Spear (Golf) Emily Hagan (Volleyball) Michele Malinowski (Volleyball) Christina Solari (Basketball) Mike Kozak (Swimming) Amanda LaRocca (Track & Field) Mackenzie Clemens (Track & Field) Ali McCoy (Track & Field) Lauren Alpert (Track & Field) Darien West (Track & Field) Shavantay Thomas (Track & Field) Chinny Ekulugo (Track & Field) Jessica Christy (Track & Field) Millikin NCAA Participants (Team) Women’s Indoor Track & Field CoSIDA Academic All-District James Hafer (Baseball) Karen Carlson (Volleyball) Tanya Romano (Soccer) Allison Horne (Soccer) Kayla Pembrook (Basketball)

NCAA Participants (Team) Men’s Basketball Wrestling Men’s Indoor Track & Field

All-Americans (Individual) Allison May (Track & Field)

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Matt D’Angelo (Football)

CCIW Champions (Team) Men’s Cross Country Football Wrestling Men’s Indoor Track & Field Women’s Indoor Track & Field

CoSIDA Academic All-District Tyler Lomnicki (Football)

North Central

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NCAA Participants (Team) Football Men’s Cross Country Women’s Indoor Track & Field Men’s Indoor Track & Field Wrestling Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Outdoor Track & Field CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Ben Youel (Wrestling) CoSIDA Academic All-District Stephanie Ryding (Volleyball) All-Americans (Individual) Mike Spain (Cross Country/Track & Field) Matt Wenger (Football) Rachel Secrest (Track & Field) Carolyn Kalafut (Track & Field) Michelle Crisione (Track & Field) Brandye Jackson (Track & Field) Jake Winder (Track & Field) John Wood (Track & Field) North Park NCAA Participants (Team) Men’s Outdoor Track & Field CoSIDA Academic All-District Zach Laffey (Baseball) Wheaton CCIW Champions (Team) Women’s Cross Country Men’s Soccer Women’s Tennis Men’s Basketball Women’s Swimming NCAA Participants (Team) Football Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Cross Country Men’s Cross Country Men’s Basketball Women’s Indoor Track & Field Men’s Swimming Wrestling Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Tennis Women’s Golf CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Kent Raymond (Basketball) CoSIDA Academic All-District Ben Theimer (Soccer) Ben Kuenzle (Football) Andy Wiele (Basketball) Lisa Baumert (Cross Country) Brandi McNeil (Track & Field) All-Americans (Individual) Brandon Mull (Cross Country) Pete Ittersagen (Football) Jesse Scott (Football) Taryne Lee (Soccer) Joel DeLass (Soccer) Kent Raymond (Basketball) Kyle Brady (Track & Field) Jordan Hook (Tennis) Elizabeth Worsowicz (Tennis) Brandi McNeil (Track & Field) David Larson (Track & Field)


35 National Championships and Counting

CCIW schools have accounted for 35 national championships at the NCAA Division III level since the NCAA divided into three divisions in 1973. Three women’s national titles were won before the CCIW began sponsoring women’s athletics in 1986. In NCAA Division III competition, CCIW schools have accounted for 35 national championships. Elmhurst College won a pair of NCAA Division III Volleyball Championships (1983 and 1985), and North Central College won a women’s basketball title (1983) before the conference began sponsorship of women’s athletics in 1986-87. During the 2004-05 academic year, the Wheaton women’s soccer team and the Millikin women’Spacers basketball team added two more titles as both won their respective national championship. Wheaton women’s soccer won two more national titles with wins during the 2006 and 2007 seasons while Illinois Wesleyan won a pair of national titles in women’s indoor & outdoor track & field in 2008.

NCAA Division III Champions Men’s 1975 1976 1978 1979 1981 1982 1987 1992 1993 1997 1998 1999

Cross Country (12) North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central

Men’s 1978 1979 1980 1985 1987 1997

Basketball (6) North Park North Park North Park North Park North Park Illinois Wesleyan

Football (4) 1983 Augustana 1984 Augustana 1985 Augustana 1986 Augustana Men’s 1989 1994 1998 2000

Outdoor Track & Field (4) North Central North Central North Central North Central

Men’s Indoor Track & Field (1) 1989 North Central Women’s Indoor Track & Field (1) 2008 Illinois Wesleyan Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (1) 2008 Illinois Wesleyan Men’s Soccer (2) 1984 Wheaton 1997 Wheaton Women’s Basketball (2) 1983 North Central 2005 Millikin

2007 NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Champions Wheaton Thunder

Women’s Soccer (3) 2004 Wheaton 2006 Wheaton 2007 Wheaton Volleyball (2) 1983 Elmhurst 1985 Elmhurst NCAA College Division Champions Men’s Basketball (1) 1957 Wheaton NAIA Champions Men’s 1958 1961 1962 1963

2008 NCAA Division III Women’s Indoor Track & Field Champions Illinois Wesleyan Titans

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Swimming (4) North Central North Central North Central North Central


CCIW Mission Statement The College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin exists to serve a select group of private colleges and universities of similar size and heritage, which share a deep commitment to superior undergraduate education and a common perspective on the role of intercollegiate athletics in that education. The conference supports the following principles that distinguish the CCIW and its approach to intercollegiate athletics: * Student-focused approach - CCIW schools place the highest priority on the overall educational experience of the individual student. Athletics are viewed as an important element of a well-rounded education. Studentathletes are integrated into the mainstream of the entire student body, receive no special privileges and are encouraged to participate in other campus groups and activities. The conference supports the active recruitment of student-athletes as a means of achieving the educational aims of each member institution. * Broad based athletics programs - The CCIW program is wide-ranging in scope, with meaningful competition and championships offered in numerous sports. Each member institution offers a broad based program of intercollegiate sports and seeks widespread student participation in that program. * Fairness and equity - CCIW schools are sensitive and responsive to the needs and interests of both male and female athletes, and are governed by principles of fairness and equity in its approach to funding, staffing and overall support for all sports. Each member institution is expected to fully comply with all NCAA, CCIW and institutional rules and regulations in the operation of its athletics program. * Overall excellence and national stature of the conference - The CCIW seeks to continually develop and strengthen itself with the goal of recognition of the premier NCAA Division III athletic conference. The CCIW seeks to promote keen competition, the highest level of sportsmanship and the strongest performance possible in each sport. Regular participation by member institutions in NCAA regional and national competition is an ongoing conference goal.

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NCAA Division III Philosophy Statement Colleges and universities in Division III place highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience and on the successful completion of all students’ academic programs.  They seek to establish and maintain an environment in which a student-athlete’s athletics activities are conducted as an integral part of the student-athlete’s educational experience.  They also seek to establish and maintain an environment that values cultural diversity and gender equity among their studentathletes and athletics staff. To achieve this end, Division III institutions: - Place special importance on the impact of athletics on the participants rather than on the spectators and place greater emphasis on the internal constituency (students, alumni, institutional personnel) than on the general public and its entertainment needs; - Shall not award financial aid to any student on the basis of athletics leadership, ability, participation or performance. - Encourage the development of sportsmanship and positive societal attitudes in all constituents, including student-athletes, coaches, administrative personnel and spectators; - Encourage participation by maximizing the number and variety of athletics opportunities for their students; - Assure that the actions of coaches and administrators exhibit fairness, openness and honesty in their relationships with student-athletes; - Assure that athletics participants are not treated differently from other members of the student body; - Assure that athletics programs support the institution’s educational mission by financing, staffing and controlling the programs through the same general procedures as other departments of the institution; - Provide equitable athletics opportunities for males and females and give equal emphasis to men’s and women’s sports; - Support ethnic and gender diversity for all constituents; - Give primary emphasis to regional in-season competition and conference championships; - Support student-athletes in their efforts to reach high levels of athletics performance, which may include opportunities for participation in national championships, by providing all teams with adequate facilities, competent coaching and appropriate competitive opportunities. The purpose of the NCAA is to assist its members in developing the basis for consistent, equitable competition while minimizing infringement on the freedom of individual institutions to determine their own special objectives and programs.  The above statement articulates principles that represent a commitment to Division III membership and shall serve as a guide for the preparation of legislation by the division and for planning and implementation of programs by institutions and conferences.

The CCIW is a proud member of the NCAA Division III Commissioners Association Fan Sportsmanship Program

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Join National’s Emerald Club by going to the CCIW website and clicking on the National logo on the main page. Use the CCIW Contract ID number 5002623 to save money on car rental rates. Benefits of National’s Emerald Club include: Counter bypass with National’s Emerald Aisle and Emerald Reserve Services at most major U.S. airports Expedited rentals with pre-printed rental agreements at dedicated, member’s only counters at over 400 other locations in the U.S. and Canada Choose your own rewards: earn credits toward free rental days or airline miles with airline partners Option to receive rental receipts via e-mail after every rental 24-hour profile update capability with online profile access Quick return process with Handheld Return Service Members-only, toll-free reservation and member services hotline Automatic membership upgrade opportunities with enhanced benefits based on rental frequency Emergency Roadside Assistance


2009-10 CCIW Information Guide  

Administrative Information for the 2009-10 academic year.

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