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Quick Facts

General Information

Institution: ..............................................................Coastal Carolina University Location: ....................................................................................... Conway, S.C. Founded: .................................................................................................... 1954 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 8,700 Nickname: ........................................................................................Chanticleers Pronunciation of Name: .............................................................SHON-ti-cleers Colors: ..................................................Teal (PMS 322), Bronze (875) & Black Arena/Capacity:................................................................ Kimbel Arena (1,039) Press Box Phone: .......................................................................... 843-349-2822 Affiliation: ................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference: ..........................................................................................Big South President: ............................................. Dr. David A. DeCenzo (Maryland ’78) Athletics Director:............................................ Hunter Yurachek (Guilford ‘90) Athletic Department Phone: ....................................................... 843-349-2820 Web site: ...................................................................... www.GoCCUsports.com

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: ..................................................... Kristen Bauer (Ohio State ’93) Record at Coastal Carolina (Years): ..............................................210-176 (13) Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-2814 Assistant Coach: ....................................Tucker Short (Springfield College ‘03) Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-2842 Assistant Coach: .................................. Stephen Yates (Emmanuel College ‘06) Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-5001

Team Information

2010 Overall Record: ..................................................................................14-18 2010 Big South Record (Finish): ......................................................... 7-9 (5th) Starters Returning/Lost: .................................................................................4-3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: .......................................................................9-5 Newcomers:........................................................................................................ 6

Athletic Media Relations

Assoc. AD for Media Relations: .................................................. Mike Cawood Office Phone: ...............................................................................843-349-2822 E-mail: ............................................................................... cawood@coastal.edu Assistant Director: .............................................................................Cody Bays Office Phone: ...............................................................................843-349-2840 E-mail: ...................................................................................cbays@coastal.edu Assistant/Volleyball Contact: ......................................................... Libby Poland Office Phone: .............................................................................. 843-349-2848 E-mail: ............................................................................... epoland@coastal.edu Assistant: ........................................................................................... Dan White Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-6467 E-Mail: ................................................................................ dwhite@coastal.edu Office Fax: ................................................................................... 843-349-2819 Mailing Address: ...................................................................... P.O. Box 261954 ............................................................................................ Conway, S.C. 29528

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Table of Contents

2011 Coastal Carolina Volleyball by Class ..... Inside Front Cover Table of Contents/General Information ................................. 1 Roster Information ................................................................. 2 Facilities ............................................................................................. 3 Mission Statement.................................................................. 3 Head Coach Kristen Bauer .................................................. 4-5 Assistant Coaches ................................................................ 6-7 2011 Chanticleers ...............................................................8-23 Simone Autry................................................................. 8-9 Erika Lightsey ............................................................10-11 Kelsie Mauck .............................................................12-13 Jamie DiMaggio .............................................................. 14 Samantha Palka .............................................................. 15 Lauren Alejo .................................................................... 16 Kindra Bailey .................................................................. 17 Michelle Fowle ................................................................ 18 Lindsay Gill..................................................................... 19 Meghan Laffin ................................................................ 20 Sam Skryd ...................................................................... 21 Lian Bernett .................................................................... 22 Katie Martin ................................................................... 22 Melissa McGwin ............................................................. 23 Taylor Stafford ................................................................ 23 Chants in the Community ....................................................24 Sasser Cup........................................................................................ 24 2010 Dig Pink Game ............................................................ 25 1996 NCAA Appearance .......................................................26 1998 NCAA Appearance ...................................................................27 2009 NCAA Appearance ...................................................................28 2010 Season Statistics .....................................................29-30 Attack the Beach ................................................................... 30 2010 Big South Recap .......................................................... 31 Series Record vs. All Opponents ..................................................... 32 Year-by-Year Results ....................................................................33-35 Traditions and History .................................................................... 36 Record Book................................................................................37-38 All-Time Roster ................................................................................ 39 Athletic Media Relations ...................................................... 40

What is a Chanticleer? A Chanticleer (SHON-ti-cleer) gives Coastal Carolina University one of the most unique nicknames in all of sports. Chanticleer comes from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and came to Coastal Carolina when the University was a member of the University of South Carolina system. A Chanticleer is a rooster who rules the barnyard with cunning and wit. His competitiveness never wanes as he battles to the end, using his brains to come out on top every time.

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From left to right. Back Row: Sam Skryd, Kindra Bailey, Meghan Laffin, Stephen Yates, Kristen Bauer, Tucker Short, Samantha Palka, Michelle Fowle, and Lian Bernett. Middle Row: Taylor Stafford, Kelsie Mauck, Erika Lightsey, Lauren Alejo, Lindsay Gill, Simone Autry, and Jamie DiMaggio. Front Row: Melissa McGwin and Katie Martin.

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16

Name Melissa McGwin Lindsay Gill Lauren Alejo Katie Martin Kindra Bailey Erika Lightsey Kelsie Mauck Jamie DiMaggio Lian Bernett Meghan Laffin Michelle Fowle Taylor Stafford Sam Skryd Simone Autry Samantha Palka

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

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

Ht. 6-3 5-7 5-5 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-8 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-9 5-7 5-11

Hometown/Previous School Rochester, N.Y./Hilton HS Ashburn, Va./Stone Bridge HS Monument, Colo./The Classical Academy Rohnert Park, Calif./Rancho Cotate HS Irmo, S.C./Dutch Fork HS Monument, Colo./Air Academy Muncie, Ind./Delta HS Crystal Lake, Ill./Prairie Ridge HS (Kishwaukee CC) Leesburg, Va./Heritage HS Holbrook, N.Y./Sachem East HS Gaithersburg, Md./Magruder HS San Antonio, Texas/Macarthur HS Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley HS (Baylor Univ.) Charlotte, N.C./Independence HS North Tonawanda, N.Y./Starpoint HS

Head Coach: Kristen Bauer (Ohio State ‘93), 13th season Assistant Coach: Tucker Short (Springfield College ‘03), Second season Assistant Coach: Stephen Yates (Emmanuel College ‘06), First season Volunteer Assistant: Jenn Kiper Manager: Karl Mann

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Pronunciation Guide Alejo .........................................................el-Ay-ho Autry....................................................... AWE-tree Fowle............................................................... .Foul Mauck ............................................................Mawk Skryd ...................................................................Skrid

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball Kimbel Arena is home to the Coastal Carolina volleyball team, as well as the Chanticleer men’s and women’s basketball teams. The arena is connected to the WilliamsBrice Recreation Center. The arena opened in 1972 and holds just under 1,040 fans. Following the conclusion of the 2011-2012 academic year the volleyball team and the basketball teams will play in the new Student Convocation/ Recreation Center, which will open in 2012. Coastal Carolina opened its new strength and conditioning center in June 2010. The 13,000-square foot facility, which is part of the Adkins Field House, is more than double the size of the old weight room. The Adkins Field House features the latest in strength and conditioning equipment.

F A C I L I T I E S & M I S S I O N

Coastal Carolina University Mission Statement Coastal Carolina University is a public comprehensive liberal arts institution that seeks to develop students who are both knowledgeable in their chosen fields and prepared to be productive, responsible, healthy citizens with a global perspective. To deliver on this commitment, Coastal Carolina recruits highly qualified and motivated students, faculty, and staff from the region, state, nation, and world to create a diverse and dynamic student-centered learning environment. Because Coastal Carolina embraces the teacher-scholar model, it places primary emphasis on high quality teaching and engaged learning, and it supports faculty research, creative activities, and expert collaboration in the community, state, nation, and world. This focus enables faculty and staff to mentor students in collaborative research, creative opportunities, and internships. To nurture this active learning community, Coastal Carolina maintains a broad range of contemporary technologies, programming, support services, and innovative course offerings and delivery methods. The result is alumni who are well prepared for professional careers or graduate programs in their chosen fields and who continue to be connected to Coastal Carolina. Inspired by its founding in 1954 to serve the educational needs of the immediate area, Coastal Carolina has grown with the region to become a mid-sized regional comprehensive university with a tradition of a strong liberal arts core. As such, Coastal Carolina commits its resources to maintaining a population of 8,000–12,000 students by building baccalaureate and selective master’s programs of national and/or regional significance in the arts and sciences, business, humanities, education, and health and human services. Coastal Carolina fully embraces its leadership role as a regional center of economic and intellectual resources, lifelong learning, cultural and recreational opportunities, and athletic programs. As Coastal Carolina executes this mission, it recognizes its responsibility to be a role model to the community and to the professions by assuring fair and honest treatment of people with whom it interacts and sustainable stewardship of resources entrusted to it, adopting the highest standards of integrity and accountability, and committing itself to excellence through continuous self-improvement. Coastal Carolina University Athletics Mission Statement The Coastal Carolina University Department of Athletics provides our student-athletes the opportunities and preparation to reach their potential as responsible and productive citizens through academic, athletic and personal success. In providing student-athletes the opportunity to achieve excellence in these three areas we are developing Champions for Life.

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KRISTEN BAUER HEAD COACH 13TH SEASON OHIO STATE, 1993 210-176 OVERALL 105-67 BIG SOUTH RECORD

H E A D C O A C H

Kristen Bauer enters her 13th season as head coach at Coastal Carolina University following a 14-18 overall record and a fifth place finish in the Big South Conference in 2010. She is the winningest volleyball coach in Coastal Carolina history with 210 wins, against 176 losses, and owns a 105-67 career record in the Big South. In addition to her success on the court, Bauer's teams have produced in the classroom as well. Her team was publicly recognized by the NCAA for its Academic Progress Rate of 1,000, which is the highest number a team can receive and a Chanticleer has been the Big South Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year six times since 2000, including a run of three straight years with Jill Nyhof (2008 and '09) and Chelsy Kimes in 2010. Coastal has also had nine CoSIDA Academic All-District selections over the past seven seasons, getting at least one honoree each year. This past season Kimes and Megan Bickford made the prestigious squad. This past season, Kimes was also named first team All-Big South Conference for the third consecutive year, as well as being selected to the Big South All-Academic Team. She was additionally named Coastal Carolina's Female Athlete of the Year after being a three-time, first team All-Big South selection and a first team ESPN Academic AllDistrict member, as well as being named to the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award top 30 list. During her tenure, she has also been named Big South Volleyball Player of the Year as well as Big South Conference Tournament MVP. Kimes ranks second in school history in service aces, while becoming the all-time leader in kills and total attacks at Coastal Carolina University. Named to the Big South All-Freshman Team was Meghan Laffin after she was tabbed Big South Freshman of the Week twice. During the 2009 season Coastal Carolina won the 2009 Big South Tournament, defeating Liberty 3-1 in the Championship match. The Chants entered the tournament as a four seed. Coastal advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in school history after having gone in 1996 and 1998, while Bauer went for the first time as a head coach. The Chanticleers finished the 2009 season 20-14 overall and 10-6 in the Big South. Coastal Carolina defeated regular-season champion UNC Asheville in all three meetings during the season, including a 3-0 win in the Big South Tournament semifinals. Kimes was named first team All-Big South and Big South Tournament MVP, while teammates Megan Bickford and Sierra Livesay joined Kimes on the All-Tournament Team. Livesay also earned Big South Freshman of the Year accolades. Receiving the Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award for the second straight season was Nyhof, who also earned Academic All-American honors. In 2008, Bauer's team posted a 27-9 overall record, her most successful season since being named head coach and finished as the regular season co-Champion in the Big South with a 13-3 record. The team advanced to the finals of the Big South tournament where they fell to Liberty. Nyhof earned the 2008 Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors, and sophomore Kimes was named first team All-Big South. During the summer of 2008, Bauer traveled to Europe with "Bring It Promotions" to help coach a USA volleyball team. The team was comprised of collegiate players from several Division I schools. During her trip, her team had the opportunity to play the Switzerland National Team, where they split the series 1-1. Bauer's team finished their European tour in Croatia with a 12-team tournament between American and European squads. The team dominated the tournament and captured the gold medal. Under the direction of Bauer, the Chanticleers recorded a 15-17 overall record during the 2007 season. In the Big South, Coastal finished fourth with a 6-6 record and advanced to the Big South semifinals. Rookie standout Bickford was named to the Big South All-Conference and All-Freshman team, and was one of two players to appear in every game of the season. Fellow freshman Kimes was also selected to the Big South All-Freshman team, while Nyhof was named to the All-Academic team.

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball In 2006, Bauer saw her team play a program-record 128 games in 33 matches. The Chants posted a 10-23 overall record and tied for sixth in the Big South with a 4-10 record. Two players, senior Kristin Rinne and freshman Nyhof, appeared in all 128 games, while senior Laura Obert became Coastal’s all-time leader in block assists with 334. Both Nyhof and Obert earned Big South honors as Nyhof was selected to the All-Freshman Team and Obert was named Academic All-Conference. Obert also received her second Academic All-District Second Team honor. In 2005, Bauer’s team was 19-12 overall and finished Big South play with a record of 12-2, Coastal Carolina’s best record in the Big South since going 13-1 in 1996. The squad earned the program’s highest-ever NCAA Division I national ranking, finishing the season ranked 98th and in the top one-third for all Division I volleyball programs. Bauer received her second Big South Coach of the Year honor. Meanwhile, senior Katherine Jensen-Spencer collected Big South Player of the Year for her work on the court and Big South Scholar Athlete of the Year and Academic All-District Second Team accolades for her work in the classroom. Also under Bauer’s guidance, Jensen-Spencer and classmate Jennifer Hampton were named to the All-Big South First Team while Brett Starbuck earned a spot on the All-Freshman Team. From 2002-2004, Bauer's teams posted three consecutive 21-win seasons, as well as a pair of 11-3 conference records in 2002 and 2003. In 2004, Bauer had two first team All-Conference awardees in Jennifer Hampton and Jensen-Spencer. Off the court, Obert and Jensen-Spencer became the second Coastal Carolina volleyball players to be named Academic All-District. In 2003, five Chanticleers earned spots on the AllConference Teams. The 2002 season saw Hampton and senior Jeanne Lambert selected as the Big South's Freshman of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year, respectively. Lambert, who was sidelined during the previous season with an injury, also earned First Team All-Conference status with classmate Katie Knutson, while Hampton was a Second Team All-Conference and an All-Freshman Team selection. Without Lambert in 2001, the Chanticleers struggled to a 10-20 overall record and a sixth place Big South finish at 5-9. Despite the injuries, Coastal Carolina ranked fifth in the nation in digs, including Knutson's ninth-place national ranking in individual digs per game. After posting a 14-17 record in Bauer's inaugural season of 1999, Coastal improved to 18-14 in 2000. Coastal Carolina's improvement was noticeable throughout the Big South Conference as it improved from 6-8 to 11-3. The 2000 squad also set a school record for consecutive victories with a 12-match winning streak late in the season. As a result, Bauer received her first Big South Coach of the Year honor. That season, Bauer also saw Lambert earn Coastal's first Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Academic All-District and Academic All-America honors. Additionally, Lambert was selected at the Big South's Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A 1993 graduate of The Ohio State University, Bauer received her Bachelor of Arts degree in speech and hearing science. As a member of the Buckeyes' volleyball squad, she helped Ohio State capture the 1990 Big Ten Conference Championship. In addition to playing at Ohio State, Bauer also served as the head coach for the men's volleyball club team and served as the coordinator of several Ohio State University Women's Volleyball Camps throughout Ohio. Following graduation from Ohio State, the Buffalo, N.Y. native coached the varsity volleyball program at Nardin Academy Catholic High School from 1993 to 1995. During this same time, Bauer completed her master's work in audiology from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She was also selected as the head coach of the Western New York Senior All-Stars in 1994 and coached the Cheetah Volleyball Club’s 16 and under and 18 and under USVBA teams for two years. Bauer then served as the assistant women’s volleyball coach at East Tennessee State University from 1995 to 1998. During her final year of graduate school, she served as the head girls’ basketball and softball coach at University High School at East Tennessee State University. Bauer earned a Master’s of Arts in Teaching degree from East Tennessee State in 1999. Bauer has been honored many times as a player over the years. She was a member of the 1996 Sports Performance USVBA squad and participated in the Empire State The Kristen Bauer File Games six times. Bauer was also a member of Season Position Overall Big South the Junior Olympic program for three years 1993-95 Head Coach-Nardin Academy Catholic HS N/A and earned 12 varsity letters while a prep 1995-98 Asst. Coach-East Tennessee State N/A 1999 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 14-17 6-8 star at Cardinal O’Hara High School. Bauer 2000 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 18-14 11-3 was inducted into the Cardinal O’Hara in2001 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 10-20 5-9 augural Hall of Fame Oct. 14, 2005. 2002 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 21-11 11-3 Bauer and her husband, Kevin Smith, 2003 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 21-11 11-3 2004 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 21-10 9-5 reside in Myrtle Beach. 2005 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 2006 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 2007 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 2008 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 2009 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 2010 Head Coach-Coastal Carolina 12 Years at Coastal Carolina

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19-12 10-23 15-17 27-9 20-14 14-18 210-176

12-2 4-10 6-6 13-3 10-6 7-9 105-67

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TUCKER SHORT ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE, 2003

Tucker Short enters his second season as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Chanticleers.

A S S I S T A N T C O A C H E S

Short helped guide the Chanticleers to a 14-18 overall record and a fifth place finish in the Big South Conference during the 2010 season. The 2010 Coastal Carolina squad was publicly recognized off the court by the NCAA for its Academic Progress Rate of 1,000, which is the highest number a team can receive. Short comes to Coastal Carolina after being on staff of the prestigious TCA Volleyball Club in Southern California. Prior to his time in California, Short spent four years as an assistant coach at the University at Buffalo. He served as the program's recruiting coordinator and primary setter coach and was in charge of scouting opponents and tape exchange. A native of Brockport, N.Y., Short began his collegiate coaching career at North Carolina where he was a volunteer assistant coach with the women's volleyball team in 2003. Short assisted with on-court training, film breakdown, scouting and on-campus recruiting for the Tar Heels before returning to his alma mater the following season where he served as the women's junior varsity head coach and men's graduate assistant coach. He was responsible for practice planning, on-court training, scouting and match preparation. Short also served as a club head coach for two years with PACE Bootlegger (15-and-under and 16-and-under boys), and has experience working at numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the East Coast. During his collegiate playing career, Short was a four-year letterwinner at Springfield College in Springfield, Mass., from 2000-2003. He was also a three-year team captain and a standout setter, where he led his team to three straight Division III national championship titles in 2001, 2002 and 2003. He graduated as the school's all-time career leader in assists (4,728), and his 12.88 assists per game are second all-time at Springfield. Short also amassed 434 digs, 69 service aces, 178 block assists and 188 total blocks in 367 games during his career. Short was an Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Division III first-team honoree in 2003 and a second-team selection in 2000 and 2002. He was also named to the Division III Championship All-Tournament Team in 2000 and 2003. Short received his bachelor's degree in physical education at Springfield College in 2003. He is a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA).

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STEPHEN YATES ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON EMMANUEL COLLEGE, 2006

Stephen Yates enters his first season as assistant coach for the Chanticleers. "We are thrilled to have Stephen on staff this year," stated head volleyball coach Kristen Bauer. "He has several years experience working with one of the top volleyball club teams in the nation. Steve has worked extensively with practice planning, camps, uniform ordering, travel and coaching at many different age levels. His knowledge of the game, dedication to long hours of hard work and enthusiasm for our sport will be a welcomed addition to our volleyball program." Prior to Coastal Carolina, Yates spent the past three years at TCA Volleyball Club Inc. where he coached 12-18 year olds. Yates helped coach the TCA Black Team to a ninth place finish at the AAU National Championship in the 16 Open division in 2010. While coaching at TCA Volleyball Club Inc., Yates also served as a volunteer assistant coach with the Concordia University-Irvine volleyball team in 2009. The Eagles finished the 2009 season 30-8 overall and 13-7 in the Golden State Athletic Conference. Yates got his start in coaching in 2008 as the head coach of the Greater New Bedford Vocational volleyball team. In his playing days, Yates was named an All-North East Collegiate Volleyball Association first team member three times while playing men's volleyball at Emmanuel College. He was also selected as Yates in his playing days at the NECVA player of the week twice. During his four year stint Emmanuel College. as a Saint, he was a team captain each year and during his senior season Yates was ranked in the top five in the country for Division III players in kills per game. He finished his senior season with 201 kills, 125 digs, 18 service aces, and 10 blocks. Yates earned a bachelor of art degree in American studies at Emmanuel College and a master of art degree in athletic administration and coaching at Concordia University-Irvine.

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#15 SIMONE AUTRY SENIOR DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST 5’7” CHARLOTTE, N.C. INDEPENDENCE M E E T

Junior Season (2010): Did not play due to season-ending injury.

T H E

Freshman Season (2008): Appeared in the back row in six matches helping the team to a 6-0 record... Tallied three digs including a career-high two digs against Hampton (Sept. 20).

2 0 1 1 C H A N T I C L E E R S

Sophomore Season (2009): Saw action in six matches... Registered one dig each against Liberty (Sept. 26) and South Carolina State (Oct. 20)... Tallied one assist against South Carolina State (Oct. 20).

High School: Led the Independent Patriots in assists her senior year... Selected as team captain all four years for the Patriots and named team MVP twice... Also a member of the Independence basketball team where she played shooting guard... Member of the National Honor Society... Academic Scholar and Honor Roll member. Personal: Full name: Simone Elizabeth Autry... Daughter of Lee and Ingrid Autry... Mother played volleyball at North Carolina Central... Father played football North Carolina Central... Brother Brandon played football at Coastal Carolina... Majoring in biology.

Season GP-MP 2008 10-6 2009 7-6 2010 0-0 TOTAL 17-12

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K 0 0 0 0

Autry Career Statistics E 0 0 0 0

TA 1 2 0 3

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000

A 0 1 0 1

SA 0 0 0 0

DIG 3 2 0 5

BS 1 0 0 1

BA 0 0 0 0

TB 1 0 0 1

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M E E T T H E 2 0 1 1 C H A N T I C L E E R S

OFF THE COURT WITH SIMONE AUTRY Place you would most like to visit: Amazon The car you most like to own: Rolls Royce Who is your hero: My mom What is your dream job: Neonatal surgeon Favorite cartoon growing up: Looney Tunes

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#6 ERIKA LIGHTSEY SENIOR OUTSIDE HITTER 5’9” MONUMENT, COLO. AIR ACADEMY M E E T T H E 2 0 1 1 C H A N T I C L E E R S

Junior Season (2010): Appeared in all but two sets... Ranked second on the team in kills with 267, averaging 2.26 per set... Tallied eight double-digit kill performances, one being a career high of 21 against Radford on Oct. 16... Finished third on the team with 296 digs... Recorded a career-high 22 digs against Campbell on Oct. 19... Had 16 double-digit dig performances, including four matches with 15 plus digs... Registered seven double-doubles on the season... Had a career-high three service aces against Winthrop on Oct.26 and finished with a total of 11 on the season. Sophomore Season (2009): Saw action in 16 matches and 29 sets... Set a new personal career high with seven digs against Wake Forest (Sept. 12)... Posted four blocks against High Point (Oct. 24) for a new personal career-high... Recorded a new personal career high assist record with two against Wake Forest (Sept. 12)... Notched a season-high nine kills against Wake Forest (Sept. 12)... Registered one service ace against Western Carolina (Sept. 19). Freshman Season (2008): Played in 22 matches... Tallied 41 kills and 15 digs on the season... Set a personal career high with 10 kills on a .625 attacking percentage against Hampton (Sept. 20), while adding three digs in the contest... Knocked down five kills against Presbyterian (Nov. 15)... Against Winthrop (Nov. 11), picked up six kills and two digs... Registered five kills at Gardner-Webb (Nov. 7)... Tied her season-high three kills in the win vs. South Carolina State (Oct. 14)... Picked up two kills against North Carolina Central (Sept. 19)... Had three kills against Troy (Sept. 13)... Made her first appearance for the Chanticleers registering two kills against Winston-Salem State (Aug. 29). High School: Two-time letterwinner on Air Academy’s team and served as the Kadets’ team captain during her senior season... Led the 5A Colorado Springs Metro Conference in kills and was selected Air Academy’s Offensive Player of the Year... First Team All-Conference, Regis All-Tournament Team and Comcast Entertainment Television (CET) Player of the Game... First Team Academic All-State selection in both her junior and senior seasons. Personal: Full name: Erika Ashley Lightsey... Daughter of Wayne and Bernadette Lightsey... Majoring in biology. Season GP-MP 2008 39-22 2009 30-17 2010 118-32 TOTAL 187-71

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Lightsey Career Statistics

K E TA 41 23 115 28 13 92 267 114 808 336 150 1015

Pct .157 .163 .189 .183

A 2 2 13 17

SA 2 1 11 14

DIG 15 15 296 326

BS 1 0 6 7

BA 4 12 32 48

TB 5 12 38 55

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OFF THE COURT WITH ERIKA LIGHTSEY The car you would most like to own: A Bugatti What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: Horse Favorite color: Seafoam Green What is your dream job: Physician’s Assistant Favorite cartoon growing up: Rocket Power

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#7 KELSIE MAUCK SENIOR SETTER 5’10” MUNCIE, IND. DELTA M E E T T H E 2 0 1 1 C H A N T I C L E E R S

Junior Season (2010): Appeared in all but four sets and played in all 32 matches... Ranked first on the team with 630 assists, averaging 5.43 assists per set... Recorded a career-high 51 assists and a career-high 10 kills while tallying 11 digs for her first career triple-double against Radford on Oct. 16 ... Registered double-digit assists in all but five matches played... Tallied 16 matches with 20 plus assists and five matches with 30 plus... Strung together a fourmatch streak with 25 plus assists... Ranked third on the team in service aces with 26... Had eight matches with at least two service aces. Sophomore Season (2009): Appeared in 26 matches and 70 sets... Recorded a season-high 38 assists against Georgia Southern (Sept. 12)... Set a new career-high dig record with 17 against Wake Forest (Sept. 12)... Registered five kills against Ball State (Aug. 29) to set a new career-best... Had eight matches with 30+ assists and 12 matches with 20 plus... Strung together an eight-match streak with double-digit assists... Notched 10 digs against Ball State (Aug. 29)... Posted a season-high three blocks against Purdue (Aug. 29)... Had two service aces against UNC Greensboro (Sept. 4) and Gardner-Webb (Nov. 14). Freshman Season (2008): Saw action in 28 matches... Tabbed the Big South Conference New Balance Freshman of the Week (Nov. 15), after recording 100 assists in three matches... Helped the Chanticleers to a 2-1 record at the Courtyard by Marriott Chanticleer Classic... Named to the Courtyard by Marriott Chanticleer Classic All-Tournament team... Registered 348 assists on the season hitting double figures in 12 matches... Picked up a career-high 43 assists against Presbyterian (Oct. 17)... Registered 35 assists and a career-high eight digs in the win over Georgia State (Sept. 13)... Collected 40 assists and set a personal best of three kills against Troy (Sept. 13)... Tallied 19 assists against No. 22 Wichita State... Dished out 13 helpers and picked up three digs against Gardner-Webb (Nov. 7)... Collected 21 assists and seven digs at UNC Asheville (Oct. 18... Tallied 30 assists and four block assists against North Carolina Central (Sept. 19)... Had 14 assists at South Carolina State (Sept. 19)... Picked up 25 helpers against Chattanooga (Sept. 13)... Had 25 assists and four block assists vs. Cal State Bakersfield (Sept. 6)... Registered 14 assists against Lamar (Sept. 5)... Against Virginia Tech (Aug. 30), tallied 14 assists and five digs. High School: Delta Eagles All-Time assists leader... Three-time All-County and All-Hoosier Heritage Conference selection and two-time All-State honoree... As a senior, selected as Delta’s team MVP... Helped Delta to four-straight sectional championships... During her junior season, the Eagles captured the regional crown and advanced to the final four in the state championship... Delta won the county championship in Mauck’s freshman, sophomore and senior seasons and the conference championship four times. Personal: Full name: Kelsie Jo Mauck... Daughter of David and Gina Mauck and Robyn and Brian Cunningham... Sister McKenzie played volleyball at Ohio University... Majoring in business. Season GP-MP 2008 58-28 2009 72-27 2010 116-32 TOTAL 246-87

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K 20 35 29 84

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TA 65 110 101 276

Pct .108 .227 .188 .185

A 348 486 630 1464

SA 8 10 26 44

DIG 53 103 185 341

BS 2 1 0 3

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OFF THE COURT WITH KELSIE MAUCK Place you would like to visit: Ireland What’s your favorite part about volleyball: The competition What is your favorite flower: Tulip What sport would you like to learn: Pole Vaulting Favorite cartoon growing up: Little Mermaid

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#8 JAMIE DIMAGGIO JUNIOR DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST 5’8” CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL. PRAIRIE RIDGE (KISHWAUKEE COLLEGE)

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Prior to Coastal: Appeared in 163 sets at Kishwaukee College... Registered 624 digs in her sophomore season to average 3.83 digs per set and lead the team... Finished with 110 service aces on the year to rank second on the team... Had a season high of 24 digs twice with the most recent against Illinois Central College on Oct. 23... Recorded double-digit digs in 36 matches including 13 matches in a row... Tallied five service aces three times during the season... Had 17 games with at least three services aces. Personal: Full Name: Jamie DiMaggio... Daughter of Joe and Kim DiMaggio... Brother Joe and sister Jodi DiMaggio... Majoring in business.

OFF THE COURT WITH JAMIE DIMAGGIO Place you would most like to visit: Africa What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: Lion What is your favorite flower: Lilli Favorite volleyball moment: Going to nationals at my past college Favorite cartoon growing up: Rugrats

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#16 SAMANTHA PALKA JUNIOR OUTSIDE HITTER 5’11� NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y. STARPOINT Sophomore Season (2010): Appeared in 10 sets... Registered a 10 digs on the season... Recorded a season and career high seven digs against Jacksonville State on Sept.4. Freshman Season (2009): Saw action in 18 matches... Registered a career-high five digs against South Carolina State (Sept. 29)... Knocked down one kill in five different matches... Posted two blocks and recorded four digs against Presbyterian (Oct. 10)... Saw her first action as a Chanticleer against Ball State (Aug. 29). High School: Four year varsity player at Starpoint High School... Named to the Frontier All-Tournament Team her junior and senior year... Niagara Gazette Volleyball Woman Player of the Year her senior and junior year... Selected First Team All-ECIC all four years... Voted offensive MVP at Starpoint her sophomore, junior, and senior year... Starpoint ECIC Divisional Champions her freshman, sophomore, and junior year... New York State Team Scholar Athlete sophomore and junior year... Gold medalist her sophomore and junior year at the Empire State Games... USA High Performance Camp selection her freshman year... Named to the North Tonawanda All-Tournament team her freshman, junior and senior year.

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Nickname: Sammiecat What is your dream job: Dentist The car you would most like to own: Escalade What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: Newfoundland What is your favorite color: Purple Favorite volleyball moment: Winning the Big South and going to Nebraska Palka Career Statistics K 5 0 5

E 4 0 4

TA 16 0 16

Pct .062 .000 .062

A 4 0 4

SA 0 0 0

DIG 25 10 35

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Personal: Full name: Samantha Marie Palka... Daughter of Robert and Jeanne Palka... Father, Robert, played volleyball at Penn State University, while mother, Jeanne, played volleyball at West Virginia University... Majoring in biology.

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#3 LAUREN ALEJO SOPHOMORE SETTER/DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST 5’5” MONUMENT, COLO. THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY M E E T

Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in 29 matches... Ranked second on the team with 605 assists, averaging 5.71 assists per set... Recorded a career-high 38 assists against UNC Asheville (Sept. 24) and 18 digs against Campbell (Oct. 19)... Registered doubledigit assists in all but two matches played... Tallied 15 matches with 20 plus assists and three matches with 30 plus... Strung together an eight-match streak with 20 plus assists... Tied for second on the team with 27 service aces... Had seven matches with two plus service aces with the most at four against Winthrop (Oct. 29). High School: Member of the varsity squad all four years... Holds the records for service aces in a season with 69, service aces

T in a career with 196, assists in a season with 888, assists in a career with 2,293, and digs in a career with 804 at The Classical H Academy... Selected to the First Team All-League her sophomore, E junior and senior years... Named MVP at The Classical Academy 2 0 1 1

her senior year... Earned a spot on the Academic All-League Team her junior and senior years... Selected to the First Team All-Area by the Gazette and First Team All-State by the Denver Post and Rocky Preps her junior year... Named high honorable mention by Prep Volleyball as part of the Top 200 sophomores in the nation... Member of the runner-up state championship team her sophomore year... Selected to the All-State Second Team as a setter her sophomore year... Member of the Colorado Juniors Volleyball Club Team since 2006 and been a team captain every year... Club team ranked 23rd in the nation by Prep Volleyball and finished fifth in the USAV Junior Olympics in 2008... Was a Junior National AllStar Qualifier in 2008... A six-time King of the Mountain Father/ Daughter Champion.

C H A N T I Personal: Full name: Lauren Leanne Alejo... Daughter of Rodel C and Lori Alejo... Majoring in biology. L E Off the Court with Lauren Alejo E R Nickname: Lo S Place you would most like to visit: Africa Who is your hero: Ben Carson – Neurosurgeon What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: Tiger or Seahorse Special talent other than Volleyball: Baking banana bread Favorite cartoon growing up: Tom & Jerry Alejo Career Statistics Season GP-MP 2010 106-29 TOTAL 106-29

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E 7 7

TA 49 49

Pct .061 .061

A 605 605

SA 27 27

DIG 172 172

BS 0 0

BA 1 1

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#5 KINDRA BAILEY SOPHOMORE MIDDLE BLOCKER 6’0” IRMO, S.C. DUTCH FORK Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in 22 sets... Recorded a total of seven blocks on the season... Posted four blocks against Campbell on Oct. 29, including a career-high two solo blocks... Registered six kills on the season... Hit 1.000 against Gardner-Webb on Oct.1 connecting for two kills. High School: Has played volleyball since the eighth grade... Registered 242 kills, 75 blocks and 32 service aces her junior year at Dutch Fork... Selected to the All-State and All-Area teams her senior year... Named Volleyball MVP at Dutch Fork her senior year... Named to the USA Volleyball All-Region First Team, All-Area Team and was the 3A/4A All-Star player for South Carolina her junior year... Attended Hammond School her freshman and sophomore year where she made the varsity team as a freshman... Went to the SCISA State Championship her sophomore year. Personal: Full name: Kindra Mone Bailey... Daughter of Herbert and Marcia Bailey... Mother ran track at Seton Hall University... Brother Chandler played football at North Greenville University... Brother Tyler played football at Hampton University... Brother Daniel currently plays basketball at Queens University... Majoring in psychology.

Nickname: KB What song do you have to listen to before a match: Anything by Waka Flocka What’s your favorite part about volleyball: No two plays are ever the same Favorite color: Lavender Favorite cartoon growing up: The Wild Thornberry’s The people, living or deceased, whom you’d invite to the same dinner party: Oprah, Audrey Hepburn and Miley Cyrus Bailey Career Stats K 6 6

E 3 3

TA 27 27

Pct .111 .111

A 0 0

SA 0 0

DIG 4 4

BS 2 2

BA 5 5

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#11 MICHELLE FOWLE SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER/DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST 5’9” GAITHERSBURG, MD. MAGRUDER M E E T T H E 2 0 1 1 C H A N T I C L E E R S

Freshman Season(2010): Appeared in two sets... Registered her first career kill as a Chanticleer against High Point on Oct.15. High School: Four-year varsity volleyball player... Broke the school records in kills in a season, kills in a career, most wins in a season, most wins in a career and most hitting attempts in a season... Selected to the All-Metropolitan First Team by the Washington Post her senior year... Named the Montgomery County Gazette Player of the Year her senior year... Won region her junior and senior years... Helped lead the Colonels to the state finals her senior year... High school team won the division championship all four years. Personal: Full name: Michelle Denise Fowle... Daughter of Ray and Denise Fowle... Brothers Kevin and Ray played football at Millersville University... Majoring in business. OFF THE COURT WITH MICHELLE FOWLE Nickname: Meesh Place you would most like to visit: Hawaii What is your dream job: Managing my own sports store What’s your favorite part about volleyball: Winning Favorite color: Pink Three people, living or deceased, whom you’d invite to the same dinner party: George Washington, Michael Jackson and Trey Songz

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E 0 0

TA 1 1

Pct 1.0 1.0

A 0 0

SA 0 0

DIG 0 0

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

TB 0 0

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#2 LINDSAY GILL SOPHOMORE DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST 5’7� ASHBURN, VA. STONE BRIDGE Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in all 120 sets... Ranked first on the team with 525 digs, averaging 4.38 per set... Registered a career-high 30 digs against Long Island on Sept. 4... Recorded double-digit digs in all but six matches... Tallied 25-plus digs in five matches... Had two service aces on the season, one against Wake Forest on Aug. 27 and the other against Campbell on Sept. 7.

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High School: Attended Stone Bridge High School her junior and senior years... Holds the record for most digs in a season with 450 and most digs in a match at 40 while at Stone Bridge... Won the Liberty District Tournament with the Bulldogs both years... Named to the All-State Second Team her junior year and First Team her senior year... Selected to the First Team All-District and All-Region teams both her junior and senior years... Attended Chatham High School in Chatham, N.J. her sophomore year and was a member of the state championship team... Selected to the All-Conference Honorable Mention Team her sophomore year... Her freshman year, attended Ronald Reagan High School in San Antonio, Texas where she was a member of the freshman team.

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Personal: Full name: Lindsay Leigh Gill... Daughter of Craig and Mary Gill... Majoring in political science.

OFF THE COURT WITH LINDSAY GILL Nickname: Linds What is your dream job: News anchor What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: A puppy What is your favorite flower: Red roses Favorite color: Blue Favorite volleyball moment: Winning state in high school

Gill Career Statistics Season GP-MP 2010 120-32 TOTAL 120-32

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E 4 4

TA 19 19

Pct -.158 -.158

A 52 52

SA 2 2

DIG 525 525

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

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#10 MEGHAN LAFFIN SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER/MIDDLE BLOCKER 6’2” HOLBROOK, N.Y. SACHEM EAST M E E T T H E 2 0 1 1 C H A N T I C L E E R S

Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in all 120 sets... Named to the Big South Conference All-Freshman Team... Earned two Big South Freshman of the Week honors Oct. 4 and Nov. 15... Ranked second on the team with a total of 88 blocks, including 20 solo blocks... Had six matches with two solo blocks... Tallied 19 matches with at least two block assists, the most against being eight against Long Island on Sept. 4... Finished third on the team with 229 kills, averaging 1.91 kills per set and an attack percentage of .287... Had a career-high 14 kills against Radford on Oct.16... Posted double-digit kills in six matches... Tied for second on the team with 27 service aces... Registered a career-high six service aces against Gardner-Webb on Oct.1... Had at least two service aces in six matches... Named to the Kennesaw State Owl Invitational All-Tournament team after finishing with 15 kills and seven blocks... Earned All-Tournament honors at the Decon Invitational after totaling 17 kills, three digs and eight blocks, including two solo blocks against East Tennessee State Aug. 28. High School: Varsity lettered in volleyball all four years... Selected team captain her senior year... Named to the Harborfields Invitational and Lindenhurst Invitational All-Tourament teams... Earned New York Scholar-Athlete all four years of high school... Selected to the All-League and All-Conference teams her sophomore and junior years... Voted team MVP and selected to the All-County and All-Long Island Teams her senior year... Named Sachem East Volleyball Most Outstanding Player her junior year... Earned Sachem East’s Volleyball Rookie of the Year her freshman year... Played at the Island Volleyball Academy five years and, in 2006, competed at the Junior Olympics... During the summer of 2009, Laffin participated in the USA Beach Gulf Coast Open is Siesta Key, Fla. where her and teammate Katie Dircks placed third in the 18-under division. Personal: Full name: Meghan Victoria Laffin... Daughter of Tim and Dawn Laffin... Mother played one year of volleyball at Hofstra and transfered to Principia College to play volleyball for two years and basketball for three years... Majoring in business.

OFF THE COURT WITH MEGHAN LAFFIN

Nickname: Laff Place you would most like to visit: Siesta Key, Fla. Who is your hero: My mom What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: A horse What sport would you like to learn: Polo Favorite color: Yellow Laffin Career Statistics Season GP-MP K 2010 120-32 229 TOTAL 120-32 229

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E 78 78

TA 527 527

Pct .287 .287

A 6 6

SA 27 27

DIG 54 54

BS 20 20

BA 68 68

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#14 SAM SKRYD SOPHOMORE SETTER 5’9” NAPERVILLE, ILL. NEUQUA VALLEY (BAYLOR UNIV.) Prior to Coastal: Appeared in seven matches at Baylor University... Tallied 27 assists, averaging 2.70 assists per set... Recorded seven digs... Had a career high of seven assists twice with the most recent being against Florida Atlantic on Sept. 11... Registered a career high four digs against University of Texas San Antonio on Sept. 1. High School: Helped Neuqua Valley to three conference championships... Named an Under Armour Preseason All-American, while earning All-State, All-area and All-conference honors as a senior... Earned recognition as the team MVP and team captain as a freshman, sophomore and senior... Named to Prepvolleyball.com’s Senior Aces Top 150 list... Voted to all-tournament teams at the Wheaton Classic and Warrior Blast Invite.

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Personal: Full Name: Samantha Skryd... Daughter of Chris and Martha Skryd... Majoring in education.

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#9 LIAN BERNETT FRESHMAN OUTSIDE HITTER/RIGHT SIDE 6’1” LEESBURG, VA. HERITAGE M E E T T H E 2 0 1 1 C H A N T I C L E E R S

High School: Lettered all four years, totaling 1,009 kills, 41 solo blocks and 941 digs... As a senior, she finished with 312 kills, 300 digs and 15 solo blocks and was named to the All-State first team, Offensive Player of the Year and Loudoun Player of the Month... Her last two years at Heritage, was named to the All-region first team... As a junior, she was named All-State honorable mention... Her sophomore, junior and senior years, was named All-Cedar Run District... Also as a sophomore, was named to the All-Region second team and Loudoun Player of the Month... As a freshman, she received the coach’s award... Helped her OFF THE COURT WITH LIAN BERNETT team win two AAA Cedar Run District Championships her last two years of high school with her senior year team record Place you would most like to visit: Rome 23-3 placing fifth in the state... Played for the Virginia Elite The car you would most like to own: Audi R8 VBC for four years... She helped her team qualify for NationWhat is one thing that people don’t know about als three times and become champions in 2009 and 2011. Personal: Full Name: Lian Marie Bernett... Daughter of Paul and Dawn Bernett... Mother played volleyball for Purdue University and was a three-time National Champion in women’s rowing... Father ran cross country and played tennis for Delaware Valley College... Majoring in business.

you: My father is a triplet What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: Great dane What is your favorite flower: Peony

#4 KATIE MARTIN FRESHMAN MIDDLE BLOCKER 6’1” ROHNERT PARK, CALIF. RANCHO COTATE High School: Honor roll student for the past three years and has been a main contributor to her team... Helped her team to winning seasons and received the Athletic Award as a freshman, sophomore and junior... Her freshman year, she was pulled up to varsity for the North Coast Section championships... Was named first team All-League her sophomore and junior years... Her junior year, she registered 300 blocks and 196 kills. Personal: Full Name: Kathleen Theresa Martin... Daughter of Dean Pedlar and Mary Martin... Majoring in biology.

OFF THE COURT WITH KATIE MARTIN Place you would most like to visit: London The car you would most like to own: Mazda 3 What is your dream job: Pharmacist What sport would you like to learn: Tennis Favorite volleyball moment: Earning my high school pennant that hasn’t been won in eleven years

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#1 MELISSA MCGWIN FRESHMAN MIDDLE BLOCKER 6’3” ROCHESTER, N.Y. HILTON High School: Lettered her last two years at Hilton... Helped lead her team to being Monroe County Section V Class AA Division II Champions the last two years... As a senior, she set the school record for the most blocks in a career at Hilton... Was selected to OFF THE COURT WITH MELISSA MCGWIN the All-County second team her junior year and also received the Presidential Award for academics... Nickname: Mel Was a member of the Volleyfx club team, who were What is your favorite part of volleyball: Blocking the Nets 2 Champions, Winter Challenge ChampiWhat is one thing that people don’t know about ons, MAPL Champions and Regional Champions... you: I love photography Club team qualified for Nationals twice. What kind of animal would you like to have as a

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Personal: Full Name: Melissa Ashley McGwin... Daughter of Bill and Deb McGwin... Majoring in marine science.

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pet: Starfish or Stingray What is your favorite flower: Hibiscus Special talent other than volleyball: Extremely flexible

#12 TAYLOR STAFFORD FRESHMAN OUTSIDE HITTER 6’1” SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS MACARTHUR High School: As a senior, she finished with 157 kills and 120 blocks and was named All-District honorable mention. Personal: Full Name: Taylor Rene Stafford... Daughter of Quinten and Lorna Stafford... Ma- OFF THE COURT WITH TAYLOR STAFFORD joring in marine science. Nickname: Tay The car you would most like to own: 2011 Jeep Wrangler What is your dream job: Marine mammal vet What kind of animal would you like to have as a pet: Tiger Favorite volleyball moment: When it’s a tight game and someone gets a major point that matters. Favorite carton growing up: Rugrats

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The 2010 Coastal Carolina volleyball team volunteered at the Several members of the 2010 Coastal Carolina volTanger 5K benefiting Caring in our Lifetime, an organization leyball team volunteer at Forestbrook Elementary that supports breast cancer awareness. with a second grade class.

Samantha Palka does a reading lesson at Forestbrook Elementary with a second grade class.

Community Service

The Sasser Cup

Following nine Big South Championships won during the 2010-11 year, Coastal Carolina received the Big South’s Men’s All-Sports Award for the second consecutive year, while placing second overall in the league’s Sasser Cup standings and finishing third in the Women’s All-Sports Award. Coastal Carolina’s men won regular season and tournament titles in baseball, while claiming the regular-season title in basketball and football and earning tournament titles in men’s soccer. Coastal’s men also finished runner-up in outdoor track and field and the basketball tournament. The Chanticleer women placed third in the All-Sports Award, winning the Big South regular season title in soccer, tennis, golf and indoor track and field, while placing second in cross country and outdoor track and field. Coastal Carolina has won nine Sasser Cups, has never finished lower than fourth in the Sasser Cup standings and has finished either first or second each year since 1995-96. Originally known as the commissioner’s Cup, the Sasser Cup was renamed in 2000 to honor George F. “Buddy” Sasser, who served as the conference Commissioner from 1989 to 1996, and as the Director of Athletics at Coastal Carolina from 1986-89 and 1996-00.

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On Tuesday, October 26 the Coastal Carolina University volleyball team defeated conference opponent Winthrop University 3-1 during the Chanticleers annual DIG PINK Breast Cancer Awareness Rally in Kimbel Arena. Each October the Chanticleers raise money for breast cancer research. More than 700 fans came out to the match.

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Prior to the start of the match the Coastal Carolina volleyball team celebrated DIG PINK night by showing their support for local survivors. The team helped raise money for the Side-Out Foundation and a local breast cancer organization in the Conway/Myrtle Beach area by hosting a bake sale on Monday. The Chanticleers also raised money by having a silent auction and a bank drive at the DIG PINK match.

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The Chanticleers wore pink warm-ups and pink socks, while the first 200 fans received pink shirts. Coastal Carolina will once again host Winthrop University during the 2011 season in their annual DIG PINK Breast Cancer Awareness Rally on Friday, October, 28 at Kimbel Arena.

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In her fifth year at the helm for the Coastal Carolina volleyball team, head coach Tammi McCaudy-Lee led the squad to its first Big South Tournament Championship and a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 1996. McCaudy-Lee received Big South Coach of the Year honors for her success during the 1996 season. During the beginning of the season, the team started off with a school record six wins in a row, including four 3-0 shutouts. Coastal battled through some losses, but at the start of conference play, the team registered a then-school record 10-game win streak which was broken up by a 3-2 loss at UNC Greensboro. The UNC Greensboro match was the only loss for the Chants for the remainder of the season until the NCAA Tournament. Coastal posted a 13-1 record in league action, the best in the Big South. In the Big South Tournament, the squad recorded 3-0 shutout victories against Charleston Southern and Liberty to advance to the championship game. In the final match, the Chanticleers downed UMBC 3-0 to claim its first Big South Tournament title. Roberta Croteau was named tournament MVP and selected to the Big South All-Tournament Team for her play during the tornament. Croteau also earned Big South Volleyball Player of the Year and Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. Coastal had two athletes earn All-Big South honors in Croteau on the First Team and Emma Prowse on the Second Team. Before traveling to Atlanta, Ga., for the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the team hosted University of Tennessee-Chattanooga in a play-in game, which the Chants won 3-0. The road ended for Coastal in Atlanta as Coastal fell 3-0 to Georgia Tech. The 1996 team holds several records in the Coastal Carolina all-time record book. The Roberta Croteau was named Big South Volsquad ranks first on the all-time list for service aces leyball Player of the Year in 1996 and was with 296 and second in kills with 1,832. In the selected to the First Team All-Conference. She individual season records, Croteau ranks fifth in also earned Big South Tournament MVP honors. kills with 480 during the 1996 season.

1996 NCAA Tournament Big South Conference Champions Overall: 27-7 • Big South: 13-1 Head Coach: Tammi McCaudy-Lee Date Opponent Score 8-30 vs. Campbell ^ W, 3-0 8-31 at Wake Forest ^ W, 3-1 8-31 vs. Appalachian State ^ W, 3-1 9-3 South Carolina State W, 3-0 9-6 at Jacksonville % W, 3-0 9-7 vs. Georgia Southern % W, 3-0 9-13 vs. Eastern Kentucky @ L, 2-3 9-13 at Kent State @ L, 2-3 9-14 vs. Buffalo@ L, 2-3 9-14 vs. Indiana State@ L, 2-3 9-17 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 9-24 Coll. of Charleston W, 2-1 9-28 UNC Greensboro* W, 3-0 9-29 UMBC* W, 3-1 10-1 at Clemson L, 0-3 10-5 at Liberty* W, 3-0 10-6 at Radford* W, 3-1 10-11 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-12 Winthrop* W, 3-0 10-15 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 10-19 at Winthrop* W, 3-2 10-20 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-0 10-22 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 10-26 at Campbell W, 3-1 10-29 at Charleston Southern*W, 3-0 11-1 at UNC Greensboro* L, 2-3 11-3 at UMBC* W, 3-2 11-9 Liberty* W, 3-1 11-10 Radford* W, 3-0 11-15 vs. Char. Southern $ W, 3-0 11-16 vs. Liberty $ W, 3-0 11-16 vs. UMBC $ W, 3-0 11-27 UT-Chattanooga & W, 3-0 12-4 at Georgia Tech ! L, 0-3 * Big South Conference Match ^ Wake Forest Tourn.-Winston-Salem, N.C. % Jacksonville Tourn.-Jacksonville, Fla. @ Kent State Tourn.-Kent, Ohio $ Big South Tourn.-Baltimore, Md. & NCAA Play-In Game-Conway, S.C. ! NCAA Tourn.-Atlanta, Ga.

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball Despite a 0-6 record to start the season, the 1998 volleyball team rebounded to post a 23-13 record to close the season and capture its second Big South Tournament title and NCAA Tournament appearance. The squad rolled off win streaks of five games on four separate occasions throughout the season. With a 6-4 record and head coach Tammi McCaudy-Lee’s last season, Coastal Carolina secured the No. 3 seed in the Big South Tournament. During the first two days of competition, the Chants picked up a 3-0 shutout over Charleston Southern and a 3-1 victory over Radford. Coastal advanced to the tournament final to take on regular season champion Liberty, where they defeated the Flames 3-1 to earn the school’s second Big South Tournament title in three years. Autumn Staub and Emilie Welch were named Big South Tournament co-MVP. Staub was also a First Team All-Big South honoree while Jelena Mirkovic was selected to the All-Big South Second Team. The team traveled across the country to Provo, Utah for the first round of the tournament to face Brigham Young. Coastal dropped its first round match to the Cougars 3-0, ending the team’s tournament run and five-game win streak. The 1998 team holds several records in the Chanticleer all-time record book. The squad ranks third all-time in season statistics in both digs with 2,148 and kills with 1,775. In the individual record book, Autumn Staub was named Big South Tournament co-MVP and First Team All-Big Welch sits third in assists in a season with South. She also ranks eighth all-time at 1,347 during the 1998 season. Coastal in kills with 1,195.

1998 NCAA Tournament Big South Conference Champions Overall: 23-13 • Big South: 6-4 Head Coach: Tammi McCaudy-Lee Date Opponent Score 9-4 vs. UT-Chattanooga ^ L, 0-3 9-5 vs. SW Missouri State ^ L, 0-3 9-5- at South Carolina ^ L, 0-3 9-11 vs. Nevada# L, 0-3 9-12 at Duke# L, 0-3 9-12 vs. Ball State# L, 0-3 9-15 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-2 9-18 vs. Georgia Southern% W, 3-0 9-18 vs. Coll. of Charleston% W, 3-0 9-18 at Furman% W, 3-2 9-19 vs. South Carolina State% W, 3-0 9-19 vs. William & Mary% L, 1-3 9-22 The Citadel W, 3-0 9-24 Campbell L, 2-3 9-29 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-2 10-2 at High Point W, 3-0 10-4 at Elon W, 3-2 10-6 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 10-10 Liberty* W, 3-1 10-11 Radford* L, 1-3 10-14 at Coll. of Charleston W, 3-0 10-17 at Winthrop* W, 3-0 10-18 at UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 10-21 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 10-27 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 10-30 High Point W, 3-0 10-31 Elon W, 3-1 11-3 at The Citadel W, 3-0 11-7 at Liberty* L, 0-3 11-8 at Radford* L, 0-3 11-13 Winthrop* W, 3-1 11-14 UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 11-20 vs. Charleton Southern $ W, 3-0 11-21 vs. Radford $ W, 3-1 11-21 vs. Liberty $ W, 3-0 12-4 at #7 Brigham Young ! L, 0-3 * Big South Conference Match ^ Carolina Classic-Columbia, S.C. # Duke Invitational-Durham, N.C. % Stone Memorial-Greenville, S.C. $ Big South Tourn.-Asheville, N.C. ! NCAA Tournament -Provo, Utah

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As the old adage goes, “It’s not how you start the season, but how you finish it,” and that could not be more true for the 2009 squad. The Chanticleers had a tough road, going 7-7 out of conference and 10-6 in the Big South to finish fourth in the league. However, the turning point in the season came on Senior Night after the team lost a disappointing match to Presbyterian. At the conclusion of the match, the team went into the locker room and talked about what needed to be changed and where they were going to go from there. After a lot of tears and frustration, the squad emerged as a new team with one goal--to win the Big South Tournament and go to the NCAA Tournament. Looking like a new team, Coastal faced its first test in the opening round of the Big South Tournament as it beat High Point 3-2 in a tough five-set match. The Chants played spoiler for the third time of the season, defeating regular season champion UNC Asheville in all three meetings of the season, including a 3-0 win in the Big South semifinals to advance to the tournament finals. In a rematch of the 2008 championship match, the squad defeated Liberty 3-1 to earn the school’s third Big South Tournament championship. Junior Chelsy Kimes was named Big South Tournament MVP after registering 50 kills in three matches, including 12 kills in one set against UNC Asheville. Kimes was also selected to the All-Tournament team along with junior Megan Bickford. Freshman Sierra Livesay was named Big South Freshman of the Year and senior Jill Nyhof earned Big South Scholar-AthChelsy Kimes was named Big South lete of the Year for the second year in a row as Tournament MVP after registering 50 well as being selected to the ESPN The Magazine kills in three matches, including 12 kills Academic All-America Second Team. in one set against UNC Asheville. She Coastal Carolina was sent to Nebraska also was named to the All-Big South to play the Cornhuskers in the first round of the First Team for the second year in a row. NCAA Tournament, falling 3-0.

2009 NCAA Tournament Big South Conference Champions Overall: 20-14 • Big South:10-6 Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-28 vs. Dayton# L, 3-1 8-29 at #19 Purdue# L, 0-3 8-29 vs. Ball State# W, 3-1 9-4 vs. UNC Greensboro% L, 2-3 9-4 at South Carolina% L, 0-3 9-5 vs. Eastern Kentucky% W, 3-0 9-11 vs. Auburn! L, 0-3 9-11 at Georgia Southern! L, 1-3 9-12 vs. Wake Forest! W, 3-1 9-18 Charlotte$ L, 1-3 9-19 UNC Wilmington$ W, 3-0 9-19 Western Carolina$ W, 3-0 9-25 at High Point* W, 3-0 9-26 at Liberty* L, 1-3 9-29 South Carolina State W, 3-0 10-2 Radford* W, 3-1 10-6 at Winthrop* L, 1-3 10-10 at Presbyterian* W, 3-1 10-13 Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 10-16 Gardner-Webb* W, 3-2 10-17 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-20 at South Carolina State W, 3-0 10-23 Liberty* L, 0-3 10-24 High Point* W, 3-0 10-27 at Charleston Southern* L, 1-3 10-31 at Radford* W, 3-1 11-3 Winthrop* W, 3-2 11-6 Presbyterian* L, 2-3 11-13 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 11-14 at Gardner-Webb* L. 1-3 11-19 #5 High Point^ W, 3-2 11-20 #1 UNC Asheville^ W, 3-0 11-21 #2 Liberty^ W, 3-1 12-4 #10 Nebraska& L, 3-0 *Big South Conference Match ^ Big South Tournament - Radford, Va. # Mortar Board Premier - West Lafayette, Ind. % Gamecock Invitational - Columbia, S.C. ! Bash in the ‘Boro - Statesboro, Ga. $ Myrtle Beach Comfort Suites Invitational Conway, S.C. & NCAA Volleyball Championships

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball 2010 Coastal Carolina Volleyball Overall record: 14-18 Conf: 7-9 Home: 10-3 Away: 3-10 Neutral: 1-5 2010 Coastal Carolina Season Schedule/Results Date Opponent 8/27/10 at Wake Forest# 8/28/10 vs Georgia# 8/28/10 vs East Tennessee State# 9/3/10 at Virginia Tech& 9/4/10 vs Jacksonville State& 9/4/10 vs Long Island& 9/7/10 at Campbell 9/10/10 THE CITADEL% 9/11/10 NORFOLK STATE% 9/11/10 USC UPSTATE% 9/17/10 vs Troy! 9/17/10 at Kennesaw State! 9/18/10 vs #25 Ohio State! 9/21/10 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* 9/24/10 at UNC Asheville* 9/28/10 UNC WILMINGTON 10/1/10 GARDNER-WEBB* 10/2/10 PRESBYTERIAN* 10/ 5/10 at Winthrop* 10/9/10 at Liberty* 10/15/10 HIGH POINT* 10/16/10 RADFORD* 10/19/10 CAMPBELL 10/23/10 UNC ASHEVILLE* 10/26/10 WINTHROP* 10/29/10 at Presbyterian* 10/30/10 at Gardner-Webb* 11/2/10 at Charleston * 11/6/10 LIBERTY* 11/12/10 at Radford* 11/13/10 at High Point* 11/18/10 at #4 Winthrop^ *denotes Big South Conference match Salem, N.C.) & denotes Hokie Invitational (Blacksburg, nesaw, Ga.) TEAM RECORD 3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Score Match results Overall Conf Time Attend 1-3 L 19-25,25-21,11-25,27-29 0-1 0-0 1:48 373 0-3 L 13-25,23-25,17-25 0-2 0-0 1:21 122 0-3 L 20-25,23-25,18-25 0-3 0-0 1:23 118 0-3 L 16-25,25-27,16-25 0-4 0-0 1:29 679 1-3 L 18-25,22-25,25-23,17-25 0-5 0-0 1:49 50 W 3-2 23-25,25-22,25-12,23-25,15-9 1-5 0-0 1:51 75 W 3-1 21-25,25-16,25-21,25-21 2-5 0-0 1:51 311 W 3-0 25-23,25-16,25-14 3-5 0-0 1:11 551 W 3-0 25-12,25-14,25-18 4-5 0-0 1:15 201 W 3-2 25-20,14-25,25-19,25-27,15-11 5-5 0-0 2:00 287 0-3 L 15-25,15-25,19-25 5-6 0-0 1:09 86 W 3-1 21-25,25-21,25-16,25-19 6-6 0-0 1:50 144 1-3 L 16-25,25-22,15-25,10-25 6-7 0-0 1:41 86 W 3-0 L 25-16,25-20,25-23 7-7 1-0 1:10 489 2-3 L 25-14,23-25,26-24,21-25,11-15 7-8 1-1 2:10 786 W 3-0 25-18,25-15,26-24 8-8 1-1 1:15 268 W 3-0 25-10,25-15,25-17 9-8 2-1 1:08 278 W 3-1 19-25,25-14,25-18,25-22 10-8 3-1 1:38 238 0-3 L 24-26,20-25,19-25 10-9 3-2 1:26 490 1-3 L 25-19,19-25,21-25,20-25 10-10 3-3 1:38 298 1-3 L 17-25,19-25,25-23,17-25 10-11 3-4 1:40 201 W 3-1 34-32,25-20,25-27,25-21 11-11 4-4 1:57 245 2-3 L 14-25,28-26,25-20,12-25,13-15 11-12 4-4 2:04 202 W 3-1 25-12,25-14,23-25,25-17 12-12 5-4 1:30 261 W 3-1 25-18,22-25,25-16,25-21 13-12 6-4 1:40 713 0-3 L 21-25,20-25,24-26 13-13 6-5 1:20 481 W 3-0 25-17,25-13,25-13 14-13 7-5 1:10 78 0-3 L 22-25,17-25,11-25 14-14 7-6 1:12 449 2-3 L 23-25,25-21,21-25,25-18,11-15 14-15 7-7 2:01 438 1-3 L 23-25,21-25,25-23,23-25 14-16 7-8 1:38 174 2-3 L 25-22,17-25,25-16,19-25,11-15 14-17 7-9 2:07 411 0-3 L 17-25,22-25,23-25 14-18 7-9 1:22 448 ^denotes Big South Championship (Rock Hill, S.C.) #denotes Deacon Invitational (WinstonVa.) % Coastal Carolina Invitational (Conway, S.C.) !Kennesaw State Owl Invitational (9Ken-

W-L 6-8 6-6 2-4

ATTEND Total Home Away Neutral

Dates 32 13 13 6

Total 10031 4372 5122 537

Average 313 336 394 90

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KIMES, Chelsy 117 LAFFIN, Meghan 120 LIGHTSEY, Erika 118 BICKFORD, Megan 115 RUSSELL, Amanda 116 LIVESAY, Sierra 115 MAUCK, Kelsie 116 ALEJO, Lauren 106 BAILEY, Kindra 22 GILL, Lindsay 120 COZZENS, Kristen 25 FOWLE, Michelle 2 STOWERS, Becky 4 PALKA, Samantha 10

K 456 229 267 199 165 112 29 10 6 1 0 1 0 0

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TA

Pct

SET A A/S 0.28 0.05 0.11 0.06 0.11 0.09 5.43 5.71 0.00 0.43 0.08 0.00 0.00 0.00

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0.30 0.22 0.09 0.14 0.03 0.00 0.22 0.25 0.00 0.02 0.04 0.00 0.00 0.00

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363 54 296 77 78 51 185 172 4 525 13 0 0 10

3.10 0.45 2.51 0.67 0.67 0.44 1.59 1.62 0.18 4.38 0.52 0.00 0.00 1.00

5 20 6 24 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

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0.23 0.73 0.32 0.89 0.44 0.36 0.05 0.01 0.32 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.25 0.00

4 4 9 5 2 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 2 2 2 1 30 14 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1.23 1.42

171 1828 15.23 148 1879 15.66

63 84

299 212.5 281 224.5

1.77 1.87

34 62

54 54

3.90 1.91 2.26 1.73 1.42 0.97 0.25 0.09 0.27 0.01 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.00

219 1338 .177 78 527 .287 114 808 .189 79 490 .245 87 509 .153 62 430 .116 10 101 .188 7 49 .061 3 27 .111 4 19 -.158 0 0 .000 0 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

33 6 13 7 13 10 630 605 0 52 2 0 0 0

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663 4299 .189 669 4189 .175

1371 11.43 148 1311 10.93 171

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2010 Coastal Carolina Volleyball Overall record: 14-18 Conf: 7-9 Home: 10-3 Away: 3-10 Neutral: 1-5 COASTAL OPP

ATTACK Kills 1475 Errors 663 Total Attacks 4299 Attack Pct .189 Kills/Set 12.3 SET Assists 1371 Assists/Set 11.4 SERVE Aces 148 Errors 259 Aces/Set 1.2 SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors 171 Errors/Set 1.4 DEFENSE Digs 1828 Digs/Set 15.2 BLOCKING Block Solo 63 Block Assist 299 Total Blocks 212.5 Blocks/Set 1.8 Block Errors 34 Ball handling errors 54 ATTENDANCE Total 4372 Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg 6/90 Current win streak 0 Home win streak 0

MATCH WINS BY SETS 1 Coastal Carolina 0 Opponents 0

1404 669 4189 .175 11.7 1311 10.9 171 228 1.4 148 1.2 1879 15.7 84 281 224.5 1.9 62 54 5122 13/336

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4 6 6

5 2 4

Total 14 18

SETS WON BY SET1 2 3 4 5 Coastal Carolina 13 16 18 7 2 Opponents 19 16 14 11 4

Total 56 64

POINTS BY SET 1 2 3 4 Coastal Carolina 696 725 715 389 Opponents 709 692 693 420

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The Coastal Carolina University volleyball team hosted the third annual “Attack the Beach” doubles sand volleyball tournament on Sunday, April 17. Six teams including the Chanticleers participated in the event, which was held on the beach in front of Ocean Annie’s in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Citadel, College of Charleston, Wilmington, Winthrop, and Wofford were the other school’s who took part in the tournament. The “Attack the Beach” event was played under the traditional 2-on-2 format with over 20 teams playing in a pool play format. Coastal was well represented in the event, as Erika Lightsey and Lauren Alejo advanced to the semi-finals of the gold bracket. Lindsay Gill and Kindra Bailey made it to the semi-finals in the silver bracket.

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball TEAM STANDINGS Liberty High Point UNC Asheville Winthrop Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Presbyterian Radford Gardner-Webb

BIG SOUTH RECORD PCT. 14-2 .875 13-3 .813 11-5 .688 10-6 .625 7-9 .438 6-10 .375 6-10 .375 5-11 .313 0-16 .000

2010 Big South Awards Player of the Year Amanda Hill, Charleston Southern Freshman of the Year Jade Craycraft, Liberty Coach of the Year Shane Pinder, Liberty Scholar-Athlete of the Year Chelsy Kimes, Coastal Carolina First Team All-Conference Amanda Hill, Charleston Southern Karyl Bacon, Liberty Megan Smith, High Point Chelsy Kimes, Coastal Carolina Cindi Miller, UNC Asheville Amanda Kettles, Presbyterian Julie Hershkowitz, High Point Second Team All-Conference Becca Toor, Winthrop Stephanie Wallin, High Point Kelsey Benorden, UNC Asheville Loren Thomas, Liberty Kaley Viola, Winthrop Jade Craycraft, Liberty Kelly Haseman, Liberty All-Freshman Team Jade Craycraft, Liberty Maddie Simpson, High Point Meghan Laffin, Coastal Carolina Lillie Happel, Liberty Andrea Barman, Presbyterian Alex Stewart, UNC Asheville Tyler Cockrell, Gardner-Webb All-Academic Team Chelsy Kimes, Coastal Carolina Karyl Bacon, Liberty Cori Holeman, CSU Evan Moffit, Gardner-Webb Ashley Dunlap, Presbyterian Sara Felts, Winthrop Julie Hershkowitz, High Point Katelyn Meeks, Radford Rachel Guinane, UNC Asheville

OVERALL RECORD PCT. 25-9 .735 22-13 .629 19-12 .613 14-16 .467 14-18 .438 13-20 .394 13-18 .419 11-21 .344 5-27 .156

All-Tournament Team Audi Gonzalez – High Point (MVP) Megan Smith – High Point Maddie Simpson – High Point Jade Craycraft – Liberty Karyl Bacon – Liberty Kelsey Hall – Winthrop Amanda Hill – Charleston Southern Player of the Week Aug. 30 - Karyl Bacon, Liberty Sept. 7 - Kelsey Benorden - UNC Asheville Sept. 13 - Amanda Hill - Charleston Southern Sept. 20 - Karyl Bacon - Liberty Sept. 27 - Cindi Miller - UNC Asheville Oct. 4 - Karyl Bacon, Liberty Oct. 11 - Becca Toor, Winthrop Oct. 18 - Amanda Hill - Charleston Southern Oct. 25 - Megan Smith - High Point Nov. 1 - Cindi Miller - UNC Asheville Nov. 8 - Kelsey Benorden - UNC Asheville Nov. 15- Lillie Happel - Liberty

Defensive Player of the Week Aug. 30 - Kelly Haseman - Liberty Sept. 7 - Julie Hershkowitz - High Point Sept. 13 - Cori Holeman - Charleston Southern Sept. 20 - Kelly Haseman - Liberty Sept. 27 - Megan Bickford - Coastal Carolina Oct. 4 - Kelly Haseman - Liberty Oct. 11 - Holly Shelton - UNC Asheville Oct. 18 - Cori Holeman - Charleston Southern Oct. 25 - Kendle Rollins - Liberty Nov. 1 - Alex Stewart - UNC Asheville Nov. 8 - Katelyn Meeks - Radford Nov. 15- Kelly Haseman - Liberty

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Freshman of the Week Aug. 30 - Jade Craycraft - Liberty Sept. 7 - Jade Craycraft - Liberty Sept. 13 - Emily Carlin - Radford Sept. 20 - Maddie Simpson - High Point Sept. 27 - Maddie Simpson - High Point Oct. 4 - Meghan Laffin - Coastal Carolina Oct. 11 - Maddie Simpson - High Point Oct. 18 - Tyler Cockrell - Gardern-Webb Oct. 25 - Lillie Happel - Liberty Nov. 1 - Andrea Barman - Presbyterian Nov. 8 - Maddie Simpson - High Point Nov. 15- Meghan Laffin - Coastal Carolina

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Alabama ............................................... 1-0 American .............................................. 0-1 Appalachian State ................................ 3-3 Auburn ................................................. 0-1 Augusta ................................................ 2-0 Ball State .............................................. 1-1 Belmont................................................ 2-0 Bethune-Cookman ............................... 1-0 Birmingham-Southern ......................... 8-4 Bradley........................... First Meeting Brigham Young ..................................... 0-1 Bucknell ............................................... 1-0 Buffalo.................................................. 2-2 Cal State Bakersfield ........................... 0-1 Campbell ..................................... 16-6 Canisius ................................................ 1-0 Catawba ............................................... 1-0 Central Florida ..................................... 1-1 Central Michigan ................................. 1-0 Charleston Southern .................. 37-15 Charlotte .............................................. 3-9 Chattanooga......................................... 4-1 Citadel ........................................... 4-0 Clemson ............................................... 0-7 Coker .................................................... 0-1 College of Charleston................. 13-25 Columbia.............................................. 0-1 Concord................................................ 1-2 Converse .............................................. 1-0 Davidson ....................................... 2-8 Dayton ................................................. 0-2 Delaware .............................................. 0-3 Duke..................................................... 0-1 East Carolina...................................... 4-10 East Tennessee State ...................... 2-3 Eastern Kentucky................................. 1-1 Eastern Michigan ................................. 0-1 Elon ...................................................... 9-3 Emory & Henry....................................2-1 Evansville....................... First Meeting Florida Atlantic .................................... 1-1 Florida International ........................... 0-1 Florida Tech ......................................... 0-1 Fordham ............................................... 0-1 Francis Marion ................................... 10-3 Furman ................................................. 3-6 Gardner-Webb ................................ 6-2 Georgetown .......................................... 0-1

Georgia ................................................. 0-2 Georgia Southern ................................. 6-2 Georgia State ....................................... 3-3 Georgia Tech ........................................ 0-8 Glenville ............................................... 1-0 Hampton .............................................. 1-0 Hartford ............................................... 1-0 High Point ................................... 22-9 Hofstra ................................................. 0-1 Howard ................................................ 0-1 Idaho .................................................... 0-1 Idaho State........................................... 1-0 Illinois .................................................. 0-1 Indiana State........................................ 0-1 IUPUI .................................................. 1-0 Iona ............................... First Meeting Iowa ...................................................... 0-1 Jacksonville .......................................... 2-4 Jacksonville State ................................. 0-1 James Madison .............................. 0-1 Kennesaw State.................................... 1-0 Kent State ............................................ 0-1 Lamar ................................................... 1 - 0 Lehigh ............................ First Meeting Lenoir-Rhyne ....................................... 0-1 Liberty ....................................... 17-27 Long Island .......................................... 1-1 Louisiana-Lafayette ............................ 1-0 Louisiana-Monroe................................ 0-1 Louisville .............................................. 0-1 Loyola Marymount.............................. 0-1 Loyola (Md.) ........................................ 1-0 Maryland-Baltimore County ............... 4-7 Maryland-Eastern Shore ..................... 4-0 Mars Hill .............................................. 3-0 McNeese State ..................................... 1-1 Mercer .................................................. 0-2 Memphis .............................................. 0-1 Miami (Fla.) ......................................... 0-1 Milligan ................................................ 2-0 Minnesota ............................................ 0-2 Montana State ..................................... 0-2 Morehead State ................................... 0-2 Morgan State ....................................... 1-0 Navy ..................................................... 0-1 Nebraska .............................................. 0-1 Nevada ................................................. 0-1 Newberry ............................................. 1-0

Niagara ................................................. 1-0 Norfolk .......................................... 1-0 Northeastern ........................................ 1-0 North Carolina..................................... 0-2 North Carolina A&T ...................... 3-0 North Carolina Central ....................... 1-0 North Carolina State ........................... 1-1 North Florida ....................................... 1-0 Northwestern ....................................... 0-1 Ohio State ............................................ 0-2 Pacific ................................................... 0-1 Pembroke State .................................... 0-3 Pfeiffer .................................................. 2-0 Pittsburgh ............................................. 0-2 Presbyterian ................................... 6-2 Purdue .................................................. 0-2 Queens ................................................. 2-0 Radford ...................................... 24-16 Robert Morris ................................ 1-0 Rollins .................................................. 0-1 Salem.................................................... 1-0 Sam Houston State ............................. 1-0 Samford ................................................ 0-2 Savannah State .................................... 2-0 SMU..................................................... 0-1 South Alabama .................................... 0-1 South Carolina ..................................... 0-7 South Carolina State.................... 20-4 Southeast Louisiana ............................ 0-1 Southwest Missouri State.................... 0-1 Stetson ................................................. 3-0 TCU ..................................................... 1-0 Tennessee State .................................... 1-0 Tennessee Tech ..................................... 1-1 The Citadel .................................... 4-0 Towson State ........................................ 0-4 Troy ...................................................... 0-4 Tulane ................................................... 0-1 UAB ...................................................... 0-1 UNC Asheville ........................... 22-18 UNC Greensboro ........................... 2-8 UNC Wilmington....................... 21-20 USC Aiken ........................................... 2-0 USC Lancaster ..................................... 1-0 USC Upstate ........................................ 2-0 Villanova .............................................. 0-1 Virginia................................................. 0-1 Virginia Commonwealth...................... 2-0 Virginia Tech ........................................ 1-4 Wake Forest ......................................... 2-1 West Georgia........................................ 1-1 West Liberty ........................................ 0-1 West Virginia ....................................... 1-0 Western Carolina ................................. 2-4 Western Kentucky ............................... 1-0 Wichita State ....................................... 0-1 William & Mary .................................. 0-1 Wingate ................................................ 3-1 Winston-Salem State ........................... 1-0 Winthrop ................................... 25-20 Wisconsin-Milwaukee ......................... 0-1 Wofford ................................................ 4-0 Xavier ................................................... 0-2 Bold denotes 2011 opponent

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball 1983 (4-19) Opponent High Point UNC Wilmington Baptist (Char. Southern) Coll. of Charleston South Carolina State Pembroke USC Spartanburg Coll. of Charleston West Georgia Baptist (Char. Southern) South Carolina State Coker West Liberty Concord College Emory & Henry Salem USC Lancaster UNC Wilmington Francis Marion Baptist (Char. Southern) Furman Coll. of Charleston Pembroke

Score L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 L, 1-3

1984 (20-9) Date Opponent Baptist (Char. Southern) Wingate South Carolina State Newberry Presbyterian USC Spartanburg Coll. of Charleston West Georgia Gardner-Webb UNC Asheville Mars Hill Belmont Abbey Lenoir-Rhyne Converse Presbyterian South Carolina State Pfeiffer UNC Wilmington Elon Pembroke State Catawba Pfeiffer Emory & Henry Concord Milligan Mars Hill Glenville Concord Milligan

Score W, 3-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 W, 2-0 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 2-3 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-0

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vs. Western Carolina # L, 0-3 vs. Furman # L, 2-3 at Appalachian State L, 2-3 at Baptist (Char. South.)* L, 0-3 South Carolina State W, 3-1 at Campbell* W, 3-2 at Francis Marion W, 3-2 Radford* L, 0-3 USC Spartanburg L, 2-3 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 Campbell W, 3-0 at Furman L, 0-3 vs. Jacksonville % L, 0-3 vs. Baptist (Char. South.)% L, 0-3 vs. Florida Tech % L, 1-3 Francis Marion L, 2-3 Augusta* W, 3-0 Davidson W, 3-0 * Big South Conference Match # UNC Charlotte Invit.-Charlotte, N.C. % Tournament of Champions

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vs. Wingate L, 1-3 at Francis Marion W, 3-1 Campbell* W, 3-1 at Winthrop* W, 3-0 at Baptist (Char. South.)* L, 1-3 vs. Davidson @ L, 1-3 vs. Furman @ L, 2-3 vs. Western Carolina @ L, 2-3 vs. Appalachian State @ L, 0-3 at East Carolina L, 0-3 at Coll. of Charleston L, 1-3 Francis Marion W, 3-0 at Davidson* L, 0-3 at UNC Asheville* L, 0-3 (All Results Not Available) # Palmetto State Tourn.-Columbia, S.C. ^ Coastal Beach Classic-Conway, S.C. @ UNC Charlotte Invit.-Charlotte, N.C.

1989 (17-11; 5-1 Big South) Head Coach: Debbie Fore Date Opponent Score 9-1 vs. Furman # W, 3-1 9-1 at South Carolina # L, 0-3 9-2 vs. Winthrop # W, 3-0 9-8 Elon W, 3-0 9-8 Va. Commonwealth W, 3-2 9-9 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-1 9-12 at Clemson L, 0-3 9-14 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 9-26 at South Carolina State W, 3-2 10-5 Baptist (Char. South.)* W, 3-0 10-7 at Campbell* W, 3-2 10-9 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-2 10-12 East Carolina L, 0-3 10-14 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-17 Winthrop* W, 3-1 10-21 at UNC Greensboro ^ L, 0-3 10-21 vs. Winthrop ^ W, 3-1 10-21 vs. Campbell ^ W, 3-1 10-21 vs. Davidson ^ L, 0-3 10-24 at Augusta* W, 3-1 10-26 South Carolina State W, 3-1 10-29 at Radford* L, 1-3 10-29 at Virginia Tech L, 0-3 10-31 Francis Marion W, 3-0 11-2 at UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 11-7 Campbell L, 1-3 11-10 vs. Baptist (Char. South.)$ L, 0-3 * Big South Conference Match # Palmetto State Tourn.-Columbia, S.C. ^ UNC Greensboro Tourn.-Greensboro, N.C. $ Big South Conference Tourn.-Radford, Va. Five matches from 9-21-9-23 cancelled due to Hurricane Hugo

1991 (15-17, 3-4 Big South) Head Coach: Debbie Fore Date Opponent Score 9-4 at UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 9-6 USC-Aiken ^ W, 3-2 9-6 Campbell ^ @, 3-0 9-7 Georgia Tech ^ L, 0-3 9-7 Jacksonville ^ W, 3-0 9-10 at Francis Marion L, 0-3 9-13 vs. Queens # W, 3-1 9-13 vs. Georgia Southern # W, 3-1 9-14 vs. Rollins # L, 1-3 9-14 at Coll. of Charleston # L, 1-3 9-17 at Wingate W, 3-0 9-24 Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 9-27 vs. Georgia Tech @ L, 1-3 9-27 vs. East Carolina @ W, 3-0 9-28 at UNC Charlotte @ L, 1-3 9-28 vs. Virginia Tech @ L, 0-3 10-1 East Carolina W, 3-2 10-3 UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 10-5 Queens W, 3-2 10-8 at Winthrop* W, 3-1 10-11 at Liberty* L, 1-3 10-12 at Radford* L, 0-3 10-12 vs. Wisc.-Milwaukee L, 0-3 10-13 at James Madison L, 0-3 10-15 Davidson* L, 2-3 10-19 UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 10-22 South Carolina State W, 3-0 10-24 at Campbell* W, 3-1 10-29 at South Carolina State L, 1-3 10-30 Francis Marion W, 3-2 11-5 Wingate W, 3-0 11-8 vs. Radford $ L, 1-3 ^ Coastal Beach Classic-Conway, S.C. # Coll. of Charleston Tourn.-Charleston, S.C. @ UNC Charlotte Invit.-Charlotte, N.C. $ Big South Tournament

1990 (11-18, 4-3 Big South) Head Coach: Debbie Fore Date Opponent Score 9-1 vs. Winthrop # W, 3-1 9-1 vs. Clemson # L, 0-3 9-2 vs. Coll. of Charleston # L, 1-3 9-2 at South Carolina # L, 0-3 9-7 UNC Charlotte ^ L, 2-3 9-7 Morehead State ^ L, 0-3 9-8 Campbell ^ W, 3-0 9-12 UNC Wilmington L, 2-3

1992 (13-20, 2-7 Big South) Head Coach: Tammi McCaudy-Lee Date Opponent Score 9-4 Florida International ^ L, 1-3 9-4 UNC Greensboro ^ L, 0-3 9-5 Campbell ^ W, 3-0 9-5 Davidson ^ W, 3-1 9-5 Georgia Tech L, 0-3 9-8 at UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 9-11 vs. Clemson # L, 0-3 9-11 vs. Winthrop # W, 3-2

1985-87 -- Results Not Available 1988 (8-17; 2-4 Big South) Head Coach: Debbie Fore Date Opponent Score Furman W, 3-1 at Georgia Tech L, 0-3 at South Carolina State L, 1-3 at UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 at UNC Asheville* L, 0-3 at Emory W, 2-0 at Davidson L, 1-3

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1994 (7-27, 2-6 Big South) Head Coach: Tammi McCaudy-Lee Date Opponent Score 9-2 vs. UMES ^ W, 3-0 9-3 vs. Villanova ^ L, 0-3 9-3 vs. Delaware ^ L, 0-3 9-6 at Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 9-8 at South Carolina State W, 3-0 9-9 UNC Charlotte L, 0-3 9-10 Georgia Southern L, 0-3 9-13 Francis Marion W, 3-2 9-16 at UNC Wilmington # L, 0-3 9-17 vs. East Carolina # L, 2-3 9-17 vs. Appalachian State # L, 0-3 9-21 at North Carolina State L, 1-3 9-23 vs. East Carolina % L, 1-3 9-23 vs. UNC Wilmington % L, 0-3 9-24 at UNC Charlotte % L, 1-3 9-24 vs. N. Carolina A&T % W, 3-0 9-28 at East Carolina L, 1-3 9-30 vs. Troy State @ L, 0-3 10-1 at Georgia State @ L, 0-3 10-1 vs. Samford @ L, 0-3 10-7 Navy L, 2-3 10-8 UNC Wilmington L, 1-3 10-11 Coll. of Charleston L, 1-3 10-15 at UMBC* L, 0-3 10-16 at Towson State* L, 0-3 10-22 Liberty* W, 3-1 10-23 Radford* W, 3-0 10-25 at Charleston Southern* L, 1-3 10-29 at UNC Asheville* L, 0-3 10-30 at Winthrop* L, 1-3 11-1 South Carolina State W, 3-0 11-4 UNC Greensboro* L, 0-3 11-8 at UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 11-11 vs. UNC Greensboro $ L, 0-3 * Big South Conference Match ^ Navy Tourn.-Annapolis, Md. # UNCW Tourn.-Wilmington, N.C. % UNCC Tourn.- Charlotte, N.C. @ Georgia State Tourn. $ Big South Tourn. 1995 (17-14; 4-3 Big South) Head Coach: Tammi McCaudy-Lee Date Opponent Score 9-1 vs. Stetson ^ W, 3-2 9-1 at Georgia Southern ^ W, 3-1 9-5 East Carolina L, 0-3 9-8 Montana State & L, 2-3 9-9 UT-Chattanooga & W, 3-0 9-9 Coll. of Charleston & L, 2-3 9-10 Montana State & L, 0-3 9-10 UNC Charlotte & L, 0-3 9-12 at Wofford W, 3-1 9-15 vs. Loyola (Md.) # W, 3-0 9-16 vs. Western Kentucky # W, 3-1 9-16 at Va. Commonwealth # W, 3-2 9-23 at UNC Charlotte % W, 3-2 9-23 vs. Hartford % W, 3-1 9-24 vs. Mercer % L, 0-3 9-24 vs. Mercer % L, 1-3 9-26 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-2 10-2 UNC Wilmington L, 1-3 10-10 Wofford W, 3-2 10-14 UMBC* L, 0-3 10-17 Charleston Southern* W, 3-2 10-21 at Liberty* L, 2-3 10-22 at Radford* W, 3-0

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^ Carolina Classic-Columbia, S.C. # Duke Invitational-Durham, N.C. % Stone Memorial-Greenville, S.C. $ Big South Tourn.-Asheville, N.C. ! NCAA Tournament -Provo, Utah 1999 (14-17, 6-8 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 9-3 vs. East Tennessee St. ! L, 0-3 9-3 at Central Florida ! L, 0-3 9-4 vs. Sam Houston State ! W, 3-1 9-4 vs. McNeese State ! L, 0-3 9-10 vs. Florida Atlantic $ W, 3-1 9-10 vs. Georgia Southern $ W, 3-0 9-11 at Jacksonville $ L, 0-3 9-11 vs. Furman $ L, 2-3 9-24 High Point # W, 3-0 9-25 Furman # L, 1-3 9-25 Georgia State # W, 3-2 9-29 at Campbell W, 3-2 10-2 at Liberty* L, 0-3 10-3 at Radford* L, 0-3 10-8 Winthrop* W, 3-0 10-9 UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 10-12 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 10-15 at High Point* W, 3-1 10-16 at Elon* L, 1-3 10-19 Coll. of Charleston L, 2-3 10-23 Liberty* L, 1-3 10-24 Radford L, 2-3 10-26 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 11-2 Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 11-6 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 11-7 UNC Asheville L, 0-3 11-9 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 11-12 Elon* L, 2-3 11-13 High Point* W, 3-1 11-16 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-2 11-19 vs. Winthrop % L, 0-3 !UCF Invit.-Orlando, Fla. $Jacksonville Invit.-Jacksonville, Fla. #Lady Chant. Classic-Conway, S.C. %Big South Tourn.-Charleston, S.C. 2000 (18-14, 11-3 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 9-2 vs. Hofstra ! L, 0-3 9-2 at North Carolina ! L, 0-3 9-3 vs. East Tennessee St. ! W, 3-2 9-3 vs. Pittsburgh ! L, 0-3 9-8 vs. #10 Minnesota % L, 0-3 9-9 vs. #11 Pacific % L, 0-3 9-9 at Georgia Tech % L, 0-3 9-13 at Coll. of Charleston L, 1-3 9-15 Robert Morris W, 3-0 9-16 South Alabama L, 2-3 9-16 Campbell L, 1-3 9-23 at Stetson W, 3-2 9-23 at Jacksonville L, 1-3 9-26 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 9-30 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 10-1 at UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 10-4 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 10-6 at High Point* W, 3-0 10-7 at Elon* W, 3-0 10-13 Liberty* W, 3-0 10-14 Radford* W, 3-2 10-17 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-1

10-20 High Point* W, 3-0 10-21 Elon* W, 3-0 11-1 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-1 11-3 Winthrop* W, 3-0 11-4 UNC Asheville* W, 3-0 11-7 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-2 11-10 at Radford* L, 0-3 11-11 at Liberty* W, 3-0 11-17 vs. High Point $ W, 3-0 11-18 vs. Winthrop$ L, 3-0 * Big South Conference Match ! Carolina Fall Preview-Chapel Hill, N.C. % Courtyard by Marriott Classic-Atlanta, Ga. $ Big South Tourn. 2001 (10-20, 5-9 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 9-3 vs. American # L, 0-3 9-3 vs. Miami (FL) # L, 0-3 9-3 at Davidson # L, 2-3 9-7 at Tulane $ L, 0-3 9-8 vs. Louisiana-Monroe $ W, 3-0 9-10 vs. Southern Methodist $ L, 1-3 9-19 at Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 9-22 vs. Md. Eastern Shore ^ W, 3-0 9-22 vs. Columbia ^ L, 0-3 9-22 at Towson State ^ L, 1-3 9-25 UNC Asheville * L, 1-3 9-28 at High Point * W, 3-1 9-29 at Elon* W, 3-0 10-2 Winthrop L, 1-3 10-3 Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 10-7 Birmingham-Southern W, 3-0 10-10 at Charleston Southern * L, 2-3 10-13 at Liberty* L, 1-3 10-14 at Radford * L, 0-3 10-17 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 10-24 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-26 Elon * W, 3-0 10-27 High Point * L, 2-3 10-31 at Winthrop * L, 0-3 11-2 at Birmingham Southern W, 3-2 11-3 at Georgia State L, 1-3 11-6 Charleston Southern * W, 3-1 11-9 Radford * L, 2-3 11-10 Liberty * L, 2-3 11-15 at Liberty % L, 1-3 * Big South Conference Match # Hampton Inn/Holiday Inn Wildcat Invit.- Davidson, N.C. $ Kathy Trosclair Memorial Invit.-New Orleans, La. % Big South Conference Tourn.-Lynchburg, Va. 2002 (21-11,11-3 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-30 at Buffalo $ W, 3-2 8-31 vs. Canisius $ W, 3-0 8-31 vs. Bucknell $ W, 3-0 9-6 at Davidson ^ L, 1-3 9-7 vs. SE Louisiana ^ L, 0-3 9-7 vs. N. Carolina A&T ^ W, 3-2 9-13 Western Carolina # L, 2-3 9-14 Savannah State # W, 3-0 9-14 Pittsburgh # L, 0-3 9-20 vs. TCU % W, 3-1 9-21 at Clemson % L, 1-3 9-21 vs. Virginia Tech % W, 3-2 9-24 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 9-29 Birmingham-Southern W, 3-0

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at Radford* W, 3-0 at Liberty* L, 1-3 Winthrop* W, 3-1 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 Elon* W, 3-0 High Point* W, 3-0 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 at Birmingham-Southern L, 1-3 at Georgia State L, 0-3 Radford* W, 3-0 Liberty* L, 2-3 at Winthrop* W, 3-2 at UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 at Elon* W, 3-1 at High Point* W, 3-0 vs. Charleston Southern W, 3-0 at Winthrop L, 1-3 $ Buffalo Tourn-Buffalo, N.Y. ^ Davidson Tourn-Davidson, N.C. # CCU Tourn-Conway, S.C. % Clemson Tourn.-Clemson, S.C. * Big South Conference Match

2003 (21-11, 11-3 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-29 vs. Alabama# W, 3-2 8-30 at Georgia Tech# L, 0-3 8-30 vs. Northwestern# L, 0-3 9-5 at Western Carolina% L, 0-3 9-6 vs. Tennessee State% W, 3-2 9-6 vs. Savannah State% W, 3-0 9-12 Clemson$ L, 0-3 9-13 Wofford$ W, 3-0 9-13 Florida Atlantic$ L, 0-3 9-19 Eastern Michigan@ L, 0-3 9-20 East Carolina@ W, 3-0 9-20 Bethune-Cookman@ W, 3-0 9-23 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 9-26 High Point* W, 3-0 9-27 Charlotte W, 3-0 9-30 Charleston Southern* W, 3-2 10-3 Radford* W, 3-0 10-4 Liberty* L, 1-3 10-12 at Birm.-Southern* W, 3-0 10-18 at UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 10-21 Coll. of Charleston L, 2-3 10-24 Central Florida W, 3-1 10-25 Winthrop* W, 3-1 11-1 UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 11-2 Birmingham-Southern* W, 3-0 11-7 at Radford* W, 3-1 11-8 at Liberty* L, 1-3 11-11 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 11-14 at Winthrop* W, 3-2 11-15 at High Point* W, 3-1 11-21 vs. Charleston Southern^ W, 3-0 11-22 vs. Winthrop^ L, 2-3 * Big South Conference Match #Georgia Tech Tournament.-Atlanta, Ga. %Western Carolina Tournament-Greenville, S.C. $ CCU Classic-Conway, S.C. @CCU Tournament-Conway, S.C. ^Big South Tourn.-Birmingham, Ala.

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball 2004 (21-10, 9-5 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 9-3 at Dayton# L, 1-3 9-4 vs. West Virginia# W, 3-0 9-4 vs. Tennessee Tech# W, 3-1 9-10 at Clemson Tigers% L, 0-3 9-10 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette% W, 3-1 9-11 vs. Central Michigan% W, 3-0 9-14 at. Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 9-17 Chattanooga$ W, 3-0 9-18 North Carolina State$ W, 3-2 9-18 Long Island$ L, 1-3 9-21 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 9-24 at High Point* L, 1-3 9-25 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 10-1 at Radford* W, 3-0 10-2 at Liberty* W, 3-2 10-9 UNC Asheville L, 2-3 10-10 Birmingham-Southern* W, 3-0 10-13 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 10-16 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 10-17 at Western Carolina W, 3-0 10-22 Winthrop* L, 2-3 10-23 High Point* W, 3-0 10-26 at Charleston Southern* W,3-1 10-30 at Georgia State W, 3-0 10-31 at Birmingham-Southern* L. 0-3 11-5 Radford* W, 3-0 11-6 Liberty* W, 3-1 11-12 Charleston-Southern* W, 3-1 11-16 Charleston Southern^ W, 3-1 11-20 vs. Birm.-Southern^ W, 3-2 11-21 vs. Winthrop^ L, 2-3 * Big South Conference Match # Flyer Invitational-Dayton, Ohio %CCU Classic-Conway, S.C. ^Big South Tourn.-Birmingham, Ala. 2005 (19-12, 12-2 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-30 The Citadel W, 3-0 9-2 vs. Idaho# L, 0-3 9-3 vs. Loyola Marymount# L, 0-3 9-3 vs. Northeastern# W, 3-0 9-9 vs. South Carolina% L, 0-3 9-10 vs. Purdue% L, 0-3 9-10 vs. UNC% L, 1-3 9-16 Iowa$ L, 0-3 9-17 East Tennessee State$ W, 3-2 9-17 North Carolina A&T$ W, 3-0 9-21 Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 9-27 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-1 9-30 at Birmingham-Southern* W, 3-1 10-2 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 10-7 vs. Radford* W, 3-0 10-8 vs. Liberty* W, 3-0 10-11 vs. East Carolina L, 2-3 10-14 vs. High Point* W, 3-1 10-15 vs. Winthrop* L, 2-3 10-18 vs. Coll. of Charleston L, 1-3 10-21 at Radford* W, 3-0 10-22 at Liberty* W, 3-0 10-29 vs. UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 10-30 vs. Birmingham Southern* W, 3-1 10-31 vs. UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 11-4 at High Point* W, 3-0 11-5 at Winthrop* L, 2-3 11-11 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-2 11-15 vs. Charleston Southern^ W, 3-0 11-19 vs. UNC Asheville^ L, 0-3 L, 0-3 11-27 at Coll. of Charleston *Big South Conference Match #Loyola Marymount Four Points Sheraton-LAX Classic-Los Angeles, Calif. %GlaxoSmithKline UNC Volleyball Classic-Chapel

Hill, N.C. $Microtel Inn & Suites CCU Classic-Conway, S.C. ^ Big South Tourn.-Conway, S.C. 2006 (10-23, 4-10 Big South) Head Coach: Kristin Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-25 at Morehead State% L, 0-3 8- 26 vs. UAB% L, 0-3 8-26 at Georgia% L, 0-3 9-1 at Niagara$ W, 3-0 9-2 vs. Fordham$ L, 1-3 9-2 at Buffalo$ L, 2-3 9-8 vs. Howard# L, 2-3 9-9 vs. Campbell# W, 3-0 9-9 at Georgetown# L, 1-3 9-15 Xavier^ L, 0-3 9-16 East Tennessee State^ L, 0-3 9-16 North Florida^ W, 3-2 9-19 at UNC Wilmington L, 1-3 9-23 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 9-24 Jacksonville L, 1-3 9-29 Winthrop* L, 0-3 9-30 High Point* L, 1-3 10-3 South Carolina State W, 3-0 10-6 at Liberty* L, 1-3 10-7 at Radford* L, 0-3 10-10 at South Carolina State L, 2-3 10-13 at UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 10-15 at Birmingham-Southern* L, 2-3 10-19 Liberty* L, 1-3 10-21 Radford* W, 3-0 10-27 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 10-28 at High Point* L, 2-3 10-31 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-2 11-4 UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 11-5 Birmingham-Southern* L, 2-3 11-10 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 11-14 at #3 Liberty@ W, 3-1 11-17 vs. #2 UNC Asheville@ L, 2-3 *Big South Conference Match %-Georgia Invite-Athens, Ga. $-Western New York Invitational-Buffalo, N.Y. #-Georgetown Classic-Washington, D.C. ^-Microtel Inn and Suites CCU Classic-Conway, S.C. @Big South Tourn. 2007 (15-17, 6-6 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-24 vs. Tennessee Tech% L, 2-3 8-25 vs. Louisville% L, 0-3 8-25 vs. Memphis% L, 0-3 8-28 College of Charleston* W, 3-1 9-1 vs. McNesse State# W, 3-1 9-1 vs. Troy# L, 0-3 9-2 vs. Samford# L, 2-3 9-7 vs. Charlotte@ L, 0-3 9-8 vs. UNC Greensboro@ W, 3-1 9-8 vs. Morgan State@ W, 3-1 9-14 vs. Gardner-Webb$ W, 3-1 9-14 vs. Buffalo$ W, 3-0 L, 0-3 9-15 vs. Delaware$ 9-18 South Carolina State W, 3-1 W, 3-0 9-21 Charleston Southern* 9-25 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 9-28 UNC Asheville* W, 3-0 9-29 Presbyterian L, 1-3 10-5 at Radford* L, 3-1 10-6 at Liberty* L, 0-3 10-12 High Point* L, 2-3 10-13 Winthrop* L, 1-3 10-16 at Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 10-19 Radford* W, 3-1 10-20 Liberty* L, 0-3 10-26 at Presbyterian L, 1-3

10-27 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 11-2 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 11-3 at High Point* L, 0-3 11-9 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 W, 3-0 11-15 vs. #5 Radford 11-16 at #1 Liberty L, 0-3 *Big South Conference Match @ Big South Tournament - Lynchburg, Va. % Louisville Marriott East Invitational Louisville, Ky. # Barber’s Bulldog Classic - Birmingham, Ala. ^ Comfort Suites 49ers Tournament Charlotte, N.C. $ Caravelle Resort Invitational - Conway, S.C. 2008 (27-9, 13-3 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-29 vs. Winston-Salem State%W, 3-0 8-30 vs. UMES% W, 3-2 8-30 at Virginia Tech% L, 1-3 9-4 vs. Ohio State^ L, 0-3 9-5 vs. Lamar^ W, 3-2 9-5 at Wichita State^ L, 0-3 9-6 vs. Idaho State^ W, 3-0 9-6 vs. Cal State Bakersfield^ L, 1-3 9-12 Georgia State$ W, 3-0 9-13 Troy$ L, 1-3 9-13 Chattanooga$ W, 3-0 9-19 at South Carolina State# W, 3-0 9-19 vs. North Carolina Central# W, 3-0 9-20 vs. Wofford# W, 3-1 W, 3-0 9-20 vs. Hampton 9-26 Radford* W, 3-0 9-27 Liberty* L, 1-3 9-30 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 10-3 at High Point* L, 0-3 10-7 Winthrop* W, 3-1 10-11 Gardner-Webb* W, 3-0 10-14 South Carolina State W, 3-0 W, 3-1 10-17 at Presbyterian* 10-18 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-24 at Liberty* L, 0-3 10-25 at Radford* W, 3-1 10-28 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 11-1 High Point* W, 3-1 11-4 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 11-7 at Gardner-Webb* W, 3-1 W, 3-2 11-11 at Winthrop* 11-14 UNC Asheville W, 3-0 11-15 Presbyterian W, 3-2 11-21 Charleston Southern@ W, 3-0 11-22 #2 High Point@ W, 3-2 11-23 #1 Liberty@ L, 1-3

*Big South Conference Match @ Big South Tournament - Asheville, N.C. % Virginia Tech Hokie Invitational Blacksburg, Va. ^ Wichita State Best Western Shocker - Wichita, Kan. $ Courtyard by Marriott Coastal Carolina Invitiational - Conway, S.C. # South Carolina State Invitational - Orangeburg, S.C. 2009 (20-14, 10-6 Big South) Big South Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-28 vs. Dayton# L, 1-3 8-29 at #19 Purdue# L, 0-3 8-29 vs. Ball State# W, 3-1 9-4 vs. UNC Greensboro% L, 2-3 9-4 at South Carolina% L, 0-3 9-5 vs. Eastern Kentucky% W, 3-0 9-11 vs. Auburn! L, 1-3 9-11 at Georgia Southern! L, 1-3 9-12 vs. Wake Forest! W, 3-1 9-18 Charlotte$ L, 1-3 9-19 UNC Wilmington$ W, 3-0 9-19 Western Carolina$ W, 3-0 W, 3-0 9-25 at High Point* 9-26 at Liberty* L, 1-3 W, 3-0 9-29 South Carolina State 10-2 Radford* W, 3-1 10-6 at Winthrop* L, 1-3 10-10 at Presbyterian* W, 3-1 10-13 Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 10-16 Gardner-Webb* W, 3-2 10-17 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-20 at South Carolina State W, 3-0 10-23 Liberty* L, 0-3 10-24 High Point* W, 3-0 10-27 at Charleston Southern* L, 1-3 10-31 at Radford* W, 3-1 11-3 Winthrop* W, 3-2 11-6 Presbyterian* L, 2-3 11-13 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 11-14 at Gardner-Webb* L, 1-3 W, 3-2 11-19 #5 High Point^ 11-20 #1 UNC Asheville^ W, 3-0 11-21 #2 Liberty^ W, 3-1 12-4 #10 Nebraska& L, 3-0 *Big South Conference Match ^ Big South Tournament - Radford, Va. # Mortar Board Premier - West Lafayette, Ind. % Gamecock Invitational - Columbia, S.C.

! Bash in the ‘Boro - Statesboro, Ga. $ Myrtle Beach Comfort Suites Invitational Conway, S.C. & NCAA Volleyball Championships 2010 (14-18, 7-9 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-27 at Wake Forest# L, 1-3 8-28 vs. Georgia# L, 0-3 8-28 vs. East Tennessee State# L,0-3 9-3 at Virginia Tech& L, 0-3 9-4 vs Jacksonville State& L, 1-3 9-4 vs. Long Island& W, 3-2 9-7 at Campbell W, 3-1 9-10 The Citadel! W, 3-0 9-11 Norfolk St.! W, 3-0 9-11 USC Upstate! W, 3-2 9-17 vs. Troy$ L, 0-3 9-17 at Kennesaw St.$ W, 3-1 L, 1-3 9-18 vs. Ohio St.$ 9-21 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 L, 2-3 9-24 at UNC Asheville* 9-28 UNC Wilmington* W, 3-0 10-1 Gardner-Webb* W, 3-0 10-2 Presbyterian* W, 3-1 10-5 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 10-9 at Liberty* L, 1-3 10-15 High Point* L, 1-3 10-16 Radford* W, 3-1 10-19 Campbell* L, 2-3 10-23 UNC Asheville* W, 3-1 10-26 Winthrop* W, 3-1 10-29 at Presbyterian* W, 3-1 10-30 at Gardner-Webb* W, 3-0 11-2 at Charleston Southern* L, 0-3 11-6 Liberty* L, 2-3 11-12 at Radford* L, 1-3 11-13 at High Point* L, 2-3 11-18 #4 Winthrop^ L, 0-3 *Big South Conference Match ^ Big South Tournament - Lynchburg, Va. # Deacon Invitational - Winston-Salem, N.C. & Hokie Invitational - Blacksburg, Va. ! Coastal Carolina Invitational - Conway, S.C. $ Kennesaw State Owl Invitational - Kennesaw, Ga.

Year-by-Year Overall Results Season Overall Big South Home Away Neutral For Against 1983 4-19 n/a n/a n/a n/a 11 42 1984 20-9 n/a n/a 4-4 8-5 49 25 1985 14-26 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1986 16-20 n/a* n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1987 16-19 5-1 7-5 4-7 5-8 n/a n/a 1988 8-17 2-4 5-3 3-9 0-5 34 57 1989 17-11 5-1 10-3 3-6 4-2 54 51 1990 11-18 4-3 3-3 2-6 1-7 31 51 1991 15-17 3-4 9-4 3-8 3-4 55 64 1992 13-20 2-7 9-6 1-7 3-7 49 69 1993 8-23 1-8 4-6 2-7 2-10 27 75 1994 7-27 2-6 4-6 1-12 2-9 33 84 1995 17-14 4-3 7-7 5-4 5-3 62 62 1996 27-7 13-1 11-1 11-2 5-4 90 34 1997 15-13 6-6 7-5 6-4 2-4 59 48 1998 23-13 6-4 9-2 8-6 6-5 74 53 1999 14-17 6-8 7-5 4-8 3-4 53 62 2000 18-14 11-3 10-2 6-7 2-4 60 49 2001 10-20 5-9 3-6 5-10 2-4 47 66 2002 21-11 11-3 9-3 6-7 6-1 73 46 2003 21-11 11-3 12-5 5-4 4-2 70 47 2004 21-10 9-5 9-3 7-6 5-1 72 43 2005 19-12 12-2 11-6 7-3 1-3 66 47 2006 10-23 4-10 6-7 3-12 1-4 52 76 2007 15-17 6-6 8-5 3-9 4-3 54 62 2008 27-9 13-3 10-2 8-4 9-3 2009 20-14 10-6 9-3 5-7 6-3 2010 14-18 7-9 10-3 3-10 1-5 TOTAL 426-432 152-109 189-96 112-160 86-101 1121 1152 *-Although there was a Big South All-Conference Team in 1986, no official conference records were kept until the 1987 season.

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All-Time Honors Big South Volleyball Player of the Year 1996- Roberta Croteau 2005- Katherine Jensen-Spencer

Big South Volleyball Rookie/Freshman of the Year 2002- Jennifer Hampton 2009 - Sierra Livesay

Big South Volleyball Coach of the Year 1996- Tammi McCaudy-Lee 2000- Kristen Bauer 2005- Kristen Bauer

T R A D I T I O N S A N D H I S T O R Y

Kristen Bauer was named Big South Coach of the Year in 2000 and 2005. She is Coastal Carolina’s winningest head coach.

Big South Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year 1996- Roberta Croteau 2000- Jeanne Lambert 2002- Jeanne Lambert 2005- Katherine Jensen-Spencer 2008- Jill Nyhof 2009- Jill Nyhof 2010- Chelsy Kimes

Big South Tournament MVP 1996- Roberta Croteau 1998- Autumn Staub and Emilie Welch 2009- Chelsy Kimes

Academic All-America Presented By CoSIDA 2000- Jeanne Lambert (First Team) 2009- Jill Nyhof (Second Team)

Academic All-District Presented by CoSIDA 2000- Jeanne Lambert (First Team) 2004- Laura Obert (Second Team), Katherine Jensen-Spencer (Third Team)

Jeanne Lambert was named Academic All-American presented by CoSIDA, as well as the Big South Scholar of the Year in 2000. She earned league Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors again in 2002.

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2005- Katherine Jensen-Spencer (Second Team) 2006- Laura Obert (Second Team) 2007- Jill Nyhof (Second Team) 2008- Jill Nyhof (First Team) 2009- Jill Nyhof (First Team) 2010- Chelsy Kimes (First Team), Megan Bickford (Second Team)

Big South All-Conference Teams 1986- Karen Oglesby (First Team) 1987- Kelly Hanburger (First Team) 1989- Sonya Trimbath (First Team) 1991- Beth Miller (First Team) 1995- Colete Pawlyk (Second Team) 1996- Roberta Croteau (First Team), Emma Prowse (Second Team) 1997- Emma Prowse (First Team) 1998- Autumn Staub (First Team), Jelena Mirkovic (Second Team) 1999- Melissa Gabriel (First Team) 2000- Jelena Mirkovic (First Team), Jeanne Lambert (First Team) 2001- Katie Knutson (First Team), Sarah Besemer (All-Rookie Team) 2002- Jeanne Lambert (First Team), Katie Knutson (First Team), Jennifer Hampton (Second Team/All-Freshman Team) 2003- Katherine Jensen-Spencer (First Team), Jennifer Hampton (Second Team), Sarah Bennett (Second Team), Kristin Rinne (Second Team), Alicia Meyers (All-Freshman Team) 2004- Jennifer Hampton (First Team), Katherine Jensen-Spencer (First Team) 2005- Katherine Jensen-Spencer (First Team), Jennifer Hampton (First Team), Brett Starbuck (All-Freshman Team) 2006- Jill Nyhof (All-Freshman Team) 2007- Megan Bickford (First Team), Chelsy Kimes (All-Freshman Team), Jill Nyhof (All-Academic Team) 2008- Chelsy Kimes (First Team), Brett Starbuck (Second Team), Kelsie Mauck (All-Freshman Team), Jill Nyhof (All-Academic Team) 2009- Chelsy Kimes (First Team), Megan Bickford (Second Team), Sierra Livesay (All-Freshman Team), Jill Nyhof (All-Academic Team) 2010- Chelsy Kimes (First Team), Meghan Laffin (All-Freshman Team)

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Season Individual Records Games Played 1. 2. 4.

132 131 131 130 130 130

Kristin Wolf Jill Nyhof Brett Starbuck Megan Bickford Chelsy Kimes Megan Pollard

2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2008

569 524 488 487 483

Katherine Jensen-Spencer Katherine Jensen-Spencer Chelsy Kimes Jeanne Lambert Chelsy Kimes

2005 2004 2008 2002 2009

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

5.22 4.56 4.09 4.09 4.08

5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,472 1,356 1,347 1,344 1,320

Digs Jennifer Hampton Jennifer Hampton Emilie Welch Jennifer Hampton Meagan Tracey

2002 2004 1998 2005 2007

Set Assists Per Game

Kills Per Game 1. 2. 3.

Set Assists

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

12.37 12.00 11.79 11.72 11.68

2005 2004 2002 2003 1999

1. 2. 3. 4.

73 63 62 60

2002 2005 2004 2001 2007

Wendy Kutz Laura Egan Laura Egan Jennifer Hampton

1995 1990 1991 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,407 1,364 1,341 1,338 1,297

Katherine Jensen-Spencer Jeanne Lambert Chelsy Kimes Chelsy Kimes Chelsy Kimes

2003 2002 2009 2010 2008

1. 2. 4. 5.

86 78 78 76 75

Chelsy Kimes Katherine Jensen-Spencer Roberta Croteau Chelsy Kimes Katherine Jensen-Spencer

2008 2004 1996 2007 2003

1. 2. 3.

.388 .359 .353

Sandy Slepski Mindy Burst Mindy Burst

1990 1991 1990

2007 2002 2008 2010 2004

1. 2. 3.

152 104 74

Sonya Trimbath Sonya Trimbath Mindy Burst

1988 1989 1991

Block Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

135 117 114 111 108

Sonya Trimbath Jill Nyhof Krista Kimble Laura Obert Jill Nyhof

1989 2008 2004 2006 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

239 229 158 156 131

Sonya Trimbath Sonya Trimbath Jill Nyhof Jill Nyhof Krista Kimble

1989 1988 2009 2008 2004

Blocks Per Game Receiving Errors

Hitting PCT. (min. 100 kills)

Brett Starbuck Jeanne Lambert Brett Starbuck Lindsay Gill Katherine Jensen-Spencer

Total Blocks Service Errors

Total Attacks

607 560 552 525 472

Solo Blocks

Jennifer Hampton Jennifer Hampton Jennifer Hampton Sarah Besemer Meagan Tracey

Service Aces

Katherine Jensen-Spencer Katherine Jensen-Spencer Jeanne Lambert Katherine Jensen-Spencer Melissa Gabriel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4.

64 64 63 59

Shay Goulding Laura Egan Chelsy Kimes Sierra Livesay

1994 1991 2010 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2.52 2.29 1.26 1.25 1.19

Sonya Trimbath Sonya Trimbath Carole Shilling Jill Nyhof Jill Nyhof

1988 1989 1989 2009 2008

Season Team Records Games Played

Hitting Pct.

1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3.

130 128 127

2009 2006 1998

1,882 1,832 1,775 1,771 1,755

2002 1996 1998 2004 2005

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.333 .285 .239

Set Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,704 1,597 1,575 1,570 1,557

Kills Per Game

Service Aces

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3.

15.82 15.70 15.40 14.77 14.72

2002 2005 2004 2003 2007

Total Attacks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Digs 1990 1991 1992

5,238 5,189 5,003 4,949 4,927

2002 2006 1996 1999 1998

290 280 263

2002 2005 2004 2003 1996

373 368 296

1995 1994 1996

Receiving Errors 1. 2. 3.

284 270 247

2,324 2,200 2,148 2,110 2,057

2002 2001 1998 2006 2003

Solo Blocks 1. 2. 3.

281 222 182

1988 1992 1991

Block Assists 1996 1995 1991

Service Errors 1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1995 1994 1996

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

464 460 446 414 378

1989 2006 2004 2008 2009

Total Blocks 1. 2. 3.

406.0 396.5 287.0

1989 1988 2008

Blocks Per Game 1. 2. 3.

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4.36 3.90 2.36

Jill Nyhof received Big South honors when she was selected as the Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2008 and 2009. She ranks second in career block assists and third in total blocks among Coastal’s single-season leaders.

1988 1989 2004

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Career Records Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

501 489 479 464 462 459 458 454 451 448

Jill Nyhof Megan Bickford Chelsy Kimes Jeanne Lambert Jennifer Hampton Amanda Russell Megan Pollard Amy Bambenek Sarah Bennett Laura Obert

Kills Per Game 2006-2009 2007-2010 2007-2010 1998-02 2002-05 2007-2010 2006-2009 1994-97 2000-03 2003-06

2. 166 3. 159

(min. 250 kills & 2 yrs.)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

4.32 3.77 3.57 3.48 3.36 3.35 2.71 2.55

Katherine Jensen-Spencer 2003-05 Chelsy Kimes 2007-2010 Emma Prowse 1996-97 Melissa Gabriel 1998-99 Jeanne Lambert 1998-02 Katie Knutson 1999-02 Amy Bambenek 1994-97 Jill Nyhof 2006-2009

Total Attacks Kills

R E C O R D

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,807 1,568 1,561 1,449 1,303 1,276 1,228 1,195 1,125 986

Chelsy Kimes 2007-2010 Katherine Jensen-Spencer 2003-05 Jeanne Lambert 1998-02 Katie Knutson 1999-02 Sarah Bennett 2000-03 Jill Nyhof 2006-2009 Amy Bambenek 1994-97 Autumn Staab 1995-98 Megan Bickford 2007-2010 Laura Obert 2003-06

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

5,090 4,855 4,221 4,068 4,015 3,785

Chelsy Kimes 2007-2010 Jeanne Lambert 1998-02 Katie Knutson 1999-02 Kathrine Jensen-Spencer 2003-05 Sarah Bennett 2000-03 Amy Bambenek 1994-97

(min. 600 attempts)

.309 .307 .296 .292

Mindy Burst Megan Bickford Sandy Slepski Lynn Smith

1990-93 2007-2010 1990-93 1988-90

Jennifer Hampton Meagan Tracey Colette Pawlyk Shannon Mullaly Nevada Blonstein Michelle Allison Kelsey Mauck Emilie Welch Sarah Besemer

2002-05 2006-2009 1994-97 1990-93 1999-00 1989-92 2008-pres. 1998 2001-02

Set Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

B O O K

5,479 4,231 3,650 2,747 2,072 1,527 1,464 1,347 1,289

Assists Per Game (min. 200 & 2 yrs.) Jennifer Hampton is Coastal Carolina’s all-time leader in set assists and assists per game. She also holds four of the top five single-season marks for set assists and assists per game.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

11.81 9.84 9.29 7.23 6.73

Jennifer Hampton Meagan Tracey Colette Pawlyk Shannon Mullaly Michelle Shepherd

2002-05 2006-2009 1994-97 1990-93 1996-97

Service Aces 1. 167

2007-2010 1996-99

Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,916 1,540 1,497 1,463 1,354 1,343 1,325 1,290 1,273 1,234

Jeanne Lambert 1998-02 Brett Starbuck 2005-08 Katie Knutson 1999-02 Megan Pollard 2006-2009 Katherine Jensen-Spencer 2003-05 Jennifer Hampton 2002-05 Sarah Bennett 2000-03 Kristin Rinne 2003-06 Chelsy Kimes 2007-2010 Amy Bambenek 1994-97

Solo Blocks 1. 256 2. 248 3. 197

Sonya Trimbath Mindy Burst Sandy Slepski

1988-89 1990-93 1990-93

Assisted Blocks

Hitting Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Chelsy Kimes Alicia Pulchinski

Laura Egan

1989-92

1. 336 336 3. 334 4. 263 5. 227 6. 212 212

Jill Nyhof Megan Bickford Laura Obert Krista Kimble Jelena Mirkovic Sonya Trimbath Ashley Scheible

2006-2009 20-07-2010 2003-06 2002-05 1997-00 1988-89 2003-06

Total Blocks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

468 452 420 396 325 312 292 276 252 236

Sonya Trimbath Jill Nyhof Megan Bickford Laura Obert Mindy Burst Sandy Slepski Jelena Mirkovic Autumn Staub Lauren Wozniak Ashley Scheible

1988-89 2006-2009 2007-2010 2003-06 1990-93 1990-93 1997-00 1995-98 1999-02 2003-06

Blocks Per Set (min. 100 totat blocks)

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

2.40 1.03 0.95 0.90 0.89 0.86

Sonya Trimbath Emma Prowse Krista Kimble Jill Nyhof Mindy Burst Megan Bickford

1988-89 1996-97 2002-05 2006-2009 1990-93 2007-2010

* Bold names = Current Players

Al l -Ti m e Co a s t a l Ca ro l i n a Vo l l ey b a l l H e a d Co a c h e s Name Years Overall Big South Kristen Bauer 1999-Pres. 210-176 105-67 Tammi McCaudy-Lee 1992-1998 110-117 34-35 Debbie Fore 1988-1991 51-63 14-12 Chuck Hood 1987 16-19 5-1 Gina Markland 1986 16-20 n/a Katherine Jensen-Spencer is Coastal Carolina’s all time leader in kills per game. She also holds the single-season record for kills, kills per game, and total attacks.

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2011 Chanticleer Volleyball ABBOTT, Joanna (1992-94, 77g, 49k. 179a, 82d, 4b) ALLISON, Michelle (1989-92, 429g, 479k, 1527a, 974d, 87b) ALEJO, Lauren (2010-pres., 106g, 10k, 605a, 172d, 1b) AUTRY, Simone (2008-present, 17g, 0k, 1a, 5d, 1b) BAILEY, Kindra (2010-pres., 22g, 6k, 0a, 4d, 7b) BALDWIN, Ginny (1988, 91g, 29k, 3 a, 207d, 24b) BAMBENEK, Amy (1994-97, 454g, 1228k, 59a, 615d, 102b) BANGHART, Kali (2002-05, 234g, 17k, 151a, 578d, 1b) BASHAM, Suzanne (1990, 91g, 184k, 1a, 50d, 13b) BASHAW, Sarah (1990-93, 311g, 169k, 4a, 568d, 29b) BENEFICO, Alison (2001, 64g, 81k, 21a, 34d, 23b) BENNETT, Sarah (2000-03, 448g, 1303k, 204a, 1325d, 125b) BESEMER, Sarah (2001-2002, 123g, 41k, 1289a, 300d, 34b) BICKFORD, Megan (2007-2010, 487g, 1125k, 39a, 315d, 420b) BLONSTEIN, Nevada (1999-2000, 200g, 126k, 2072a, 477d, 32b) BONERTZ, Rachel (2006-2008, 45g, 18k, 3a, 32d, 11b) BROOKSHIRE, Mary Beth (2001, 18g, 6k, 0a, 2d, 1b) BROWN, Tammy (1991-92, 187g, 286k, 12a, 182d, 111b) BURFORD, Michelle (1992, 10g, 1k, 0a, 7d, 0b) BURNS, Nicole (1996-97, 130g, 146k, 37a, 77d, 55b) BURST, Mindy (1990-93, 367g, 636k, 4a, 180d, 325b) CAMERON, Julie (1994, 106g, 202k, 40a, 207d, 33b) CERMAK, Linda (1988, 56g, 0k, 0a, 9d, 0b) COOK, April (1996, 9g, 11k, 0a, 1d, 0b) COZZENS, Kristin (2007-2010, 66g, 1k, 19a, 38d, 3b) CRABTREE, Shannon (1994-95, 240g, 573k, 24a, 274d, 188b) CROSBY, Kathleen (2005, 12g, 1k, 1a, 10d, 0b) CROTEAU, Roberta (1996, 122g, 480k, 19a, 465d, 34b) DANDRIDGE, Karen (1989, 14g, 1k, 0a, 18d, 0b) DRANNON, Paula (1988, 24g, 3k, 0a, 4d, 1b) DRISCOLL, Heather (1993, 88g, 98k, 9a, 129d, 17b) DRAUDT, Carly (2000-03, 338g, 687k, 100a, 706d, 169b) DRIVER, Brandy (1995, 73g, 6k, 71a, 100d, 0b) EGAN, Laura (1989-92, 349g, 692k, 11a, 1100d, 65b) FENILI, Kacy (1997, 61g, 117k, 10a, 97d, 9b) FOWLE, Michelle (2010-pres., 2g, 1k, 0a, 0d, 0b) GABRIEL, Melissa (1998-99, 226g, 787k, 23a, 719d, 58b) GARWACKI, Karen (2000, 2g, 0k, 0a, 1d, 0b) GILL, Lindsay (2010-pres., 120g, 1k, 52a, 525d, 0b) GOULDING, Shay (1994, 117g, 275k, 16a, 141d, 59b) GRAZIANO, Sara (1993-94, 157g, 244k, 16a, 334d, 30b) GREENFELDER, Leigh (1999, 10g, 6k, 0a, 2d, 0b) GROHS, Melissa (1995, 45g, 47k, 0a, 28d, 8b) HADLEY, Cathy (1988, 87g, 48k, 2a, 53d, 40b) HAMPTON, Jennifer (2002-05, 462g, 559k, 5479a, 1347d, 161b) HARVEY, Melanie (1999-2000, 118g, 7k, 257a, 213d, 2b)

Katie Knutson - First Team AllConference

HILTON, Nikki (13g, 6k, 0a, 14d, 4b) HOLLIS, Anna (1989-90, 1992, 233g, 95k, 32a, 544d, 21b) JACKSON, Kari (1996, 6g, 0k, 5a, 4d, 0b) JENSEN-SPENCER, Katherine (2003-05, 340g, 1568k, 124a, 1354d, 136b) JESSE, Nicole (1994, 42g, 5k, 2a, 69d, 0b) KERSHAW, Jackie (1995, 12g, 13k, 0a, 2d, 1b) KEY, Lorie (1988, 24g, 1k, 0a, 4d, 0b) KEYES, Michelle (2004, 8g, 0k, 0a, 2d,2b) KIMBLE, Krista (2002-05, 335g, 609k, 49a, 237d, 347b) KIMES, Chelsy (2007-2010, 479g, 1807k, 101a, 1273d, 127b) KNUTSON, Katie (1999-2002, 433g, 1449k, 97a, 1497d, 155b) KOTHE, Allison (1993-95, 295g, 17k, 49a, 380d, 3b) KUTZ, Wendy (1995-96, 243g, 431k, 99a, 512d, 124b) LAFFIN, Meghan (2010-pres., 120g, 299k, 6a, 54d, 88b) LAM, Dana (1988-89, 195g, 529k, 15a, 649d, 147b) LAMBERT, Jeanne (1998-2002, 464g, 1561k, 226a, 1916d, 165b) LAUBENTHAL, Elizabeth (1998-2001, 339g, 263k, 94a, 749d, 21b) LIGHTSEY, Erika (2008-present, 187g, 336k, 17a, 326d, 55b) LIVESAY, Sierra (2009-2010, 244g, 434k, 40a, 336d, 88b) LYLES, Jennifer (1998-99, 19g, 17k, 4a, 9d, 2b) MARSHALL, Angela (1990-91, 63g, 58k, 16a, 100d, 29b) MAUCK, Kelsie (2008-present, 246g, 84k, 1464a, 341d, 47b) MEADOR, Lori (1989-91, 240g, 9k, 4a, 527d, 0b) MEDEIROS, Dawn (1988, 45g, 0k, 0a, 8d, 0b) MEYERS, Alicia (2003-2005, 316g, 829k, 88a, 866d, 95b) MILLER, Beth (1989, 1991-92, 352g, 702k, 28a, 608d, 53b) MINTZ, Debbie (1988-89, 190g, 135k, 20a, 259d, 159b) MIRKOVIC, Jelena (1997-2000, 423g, 977k, 45a, 900d, 292b) MULLALY, Shannon (1990-93, 380g, 178k, 2747a, 845d, 43b) NESS, Heather (1997, 78g, 10k, 18a, 153d, 2b) NYHOF, Jill (2006-2009, 501g, 1276k, 40a, 340d, 452b) OBERT, Laura (2003-06, 448g, 986k, 34a, 268d, 396b) O’NEIL, Amy (1996, 89g, 5k, 2a, 70d, 0b) PALKA, Samantha (2009-present, 46g, 5k, 4a, 35d, 3b) PAWLYK, Colette (1994-97, 393g, 271k, 3650a, 881d, 67b) POLLARD, Megan (2006-2009, 458g, 13k, 99a, 1,463d, 0b) POTTS, Jessica (1998-99, 206g, 388k, 64a, 121d, 121b) PROWSE, Emma (1996-97, 205g, 731k, 31a, 426d, 211b) PULCHINSKI, Alicia (1996-99, 447g, 19k, 178a, 935d, 8b) RIFFLE, Courtney (2001, 3g, 1k, 0a, 45d, 0b)

Jelena Mirkovic - First Team AllConference

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RINNE, Kristin (2003-06, 433g, 254k, 154a, 1290d, 60b) RUSSELL, Amanda (2007-2010, 459g, 804k, 110a, 609d, 205b) ROOF, Angie (1989, 94g, 70k, 22a, 97d, 88b) SCHEIBLE, Ashley (2003-06, 345g, 603k, 108a, 162d, 236b) SCHLEIFER, Sarah (2002-03, 33g, 16k, 8a, 28d, 2b) SHARB, Brianna (1998, 56g, 0k, 2a, 34d, 1b) SHEPHERD, Michelle (1996-97, 143g, 89k, 962a, 326d, 46b) SHEWCHUK, Heather (1989, 95g, 7k, 276a, 114d, 1b) SHILLING, Carole (1989, 62g, 54k, 6a, 130d, 78b) SHIPMAN, Rebekah (2001-02, 135g, 3k, 4a, 60d, 0b) SIMMONS, Susan (1989, 3g, 0k, 0a, 3d, 0b) SLEPSKI, Sandy (1990-93, 441g, 800k, 22a, 997d, 312b) SMITH, Lynn (1988, 1990, 183g, 219k, 135a, 422d, 97b) STARBUCK, Brett (2005-2008, 391g, 131k, 428a, 1641d, 29b) STAUB, Autumn (1995-98, 443g, 1195k, 61a, 532d, 276b) STOIKE, Suzanna (2003, 5g, 0k, 2a, 6d, 0b) STOWERS, Becky (2007-2010, 176g, 3k, 18a, 225d, 1b) SUJKO, Johanna (1992, 42g, 35k, 1a, 30d, 8b) SUTTON, Paula (1988, 91g, 11k, 1012a, 114d, 10b) THOMPSON, Nakia (2004-07, 357g, 731k, 55a, 469d, 202b) TOTH, Natalie (1990-91, 143g, 2k, 0a, 233d, 0b) TRACEY, Meagan (2006-2009, 430g, 327k, 4231a, 790d, 204b) TRIMBATH, Sonya (1988-89, 195g, 441k, 11a, 380d, 468b) VUONO, Stacy (1994-95, 132g, 44k, 24a, 150d, 6b) WELCH, Emilie (1998, 126g, 62k, 1347a, 330d, 17b) WEST, Devon (2005-07, 143g, 66k, 14a, 176d, 12b) WIBERT, Lori (1995, 67g, 74k, 20a, 75d, 28b) WIGGINS, Brein (2000,12g,5k,6a,15d,3b) WOLF, Kristin (2005-2008, 275g, 212k, 39a, 225d, 64b) WOOLFORD, Penni (1994-95, 150g, 187k, 25a, 161d, 77b) WOZNIAK, Lauren (1999-2002, 392g, 655k, 54a, 534d, 252b) YOCUM, Jaclynn (2004, 42g, 19k, 14a, 57d, 6b) ZELLER, Amy (2002, 34g, 0k, 6a, 25d, 0b)

Legend: g= games k= kills a= assists d= digs b= blocks bold names= current players This list contains student-athletes from the 1988 season to the current season. If you have additional information from previous seasons, please contact the Coastal Carolina Athletic Media Relations Office.

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COASTAL CAROLINA ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

Associate A.D.-Media Relations .........................Mike Cawood Office Phone .................................................. 843-349-2822 E-mail ...................................................cawood@coastal.edu Assistant Media Relations Director ........................ Cody Bays Office Phone .................................................. 843-349-2840 E-mail ...................................................... cbays@coastal.edu

Media Relations Assistant/Volleyball Contact .....Libby Poland Office Phone ...................................................843-349-2848 E-mail ...................................................epoland@coastal.edu

A T H L E T I C M E D I A R E L A T I O N S

The State P.O. Box 1333 Columbia, SC 29202 Phone: 803-771-8415 Fax: 803-771-8613 Web:www.thestate.com Email: state@thestate.com

Office fax ............................................................ 843-349-2819 Address ..................Coastal Carolina Athletic Media Relations .................................................................... P.O. Box 261954 ...............(Overnight Address: 132 Chanticleer Drive West) ................................................................ Conway, SC 29528 TO GET CCU VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Contact the Media Relations Office or the Internet at

www.GoCCUsports.com MEDIA INFORMATION

Interviews: Interviews with Coastal Carolina University coaches and players must be arranged through the athletic media relations office and will be scheduled before or after practices. No interviews will be allowed with players on gameday unless permission is received from the coaching staff through the Athletic Media Relations office. After all home events, Coastal Carolina players and coaches will be available in the interview room following a brief cooling off period. A member of the Coastal Carolina athletic media relations staff will contact all media representatives at the events for interview requests. Under no circumstances will student-athlete phone numbers be given out. By Air: Arriving at Myrtle Beach Airport, enter the on-ramp for U.S. 17 North (entering to the right). Stay in the right lane and exit for U.S. 501 North (to Conway). Follow the directions below for U.S. 17 the remainder of the way. From I-95: From the South, take S.C. 327 exit to U.S. 76/301 Turn left onto U.S. 76/301. This will become S.C. 576 and then U.S. 501. After passing through Conway, turn right at the second stop light (approximately two miles) into the entrance of Coastal Carolina University. You are now on University Boulevard. Kimbel Arena (basketball/volleyball), Charles L. Watson Baseball Stadium and Brooks Stadium are visible on the right from University Boulevard. To get to the Softball Field or the Track & Field Complex, turn right onto Chanticleer Drive West after passing Kimbel Arena but before getting to the Baseball Stadium. From the North, take the “South of the Border� exit (IMPOSSIBLE to miss). Follow signs to Myrtle Beach and this will lead you to U.S. 501. Then follow the directions above. From U.S. 17: Follow U.S. 17 Bypass to U.S. 501 (Conway exit). At this point, you are approximately eight miles from campus. You will pass the stoplight at Conway Hospital and then pass a Food Lion shopping center (on left). Just after passing Horry-Georgetown Technical College (on left), take the next left into the entrance of Coastal Carolina University. See directions above to find athletic facilities.

Credits Editor/Design & Layout: Libby Poland Editorial Assistance: Mike Cawood, Cody Bays, Kristen Bauer, Tucker Short, Stephen Yates Photography: Bill Edmonds of the Coastal Carolina University Photography Department. Some photos courtesy of Kristen Bauer.

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NEWSPAPERS The Sun News 914 Frontage Road East Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Phone: 843-444-1767 Fax: 843-626-0356 Web: www.thesunnews.com Ryan Young, Beat Writer Email: ryoung@thesunnews.com Shane Bowen, Sports Editor E-mail: sbowen@thesunnews.com The Chanticleer P.O. Box 261954 Conway, SC 29528 Phone: 843-349-2330 Fax: 843-349-2743 Web: was.coastal.edu/ci

Media Relations Assistant .......................................Dan White Office Phone ...................................................843-349-6467 E-mail .....................................................dwhite@coastal.edu

DIRECTIONS TO COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

MEDIA OUTLETS

Myrtle Beach Herald 2501 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Phone: 843-626-3131 Fax: 843-448-4860 Email: mbherald@aol.com The Horry Independent 2510 North Main Street Conway, SC 29526 Phone: 843-248-6882 Fax: 843-248-6024 Email: horry80@aol.com TELEVISION WPDE-TV (15-ABC) 3215 South Cashua Drive Florence, SC 29501 Phone: 843-665-1515 Fax: 843-665-4907 Web:www.wpde.com Rich Chrampanis, Sports Director Mark Haggard, Sports Reporter Email: 15sports@wpde.com WBTW-TV (13-CBS) 101 McDonald Court Myrtle Beach, SC 29588 Phone: 843-294-8402 Fax: 843-293-1760 Web:www.wbtw.com Jeff Zell, Sports Director Email: jzell@wbtw.com WMBF-TV (10-NBC) 918 Frontage Road East Myrtle Beach, SC 29578 Phone: 843-839-9623 Fax: 843-839-9625 Web:www.wmbfnews.com Jason Belk, Sports Anchor Email: jbelk@wmbfnews.com WIRE SERVICES Associated Press (Columbia) P.O. Box 101101 Columbia, SC 29211 Phone: 800-922-1565 Fax: 803-252-2913 Web:www.ap.org Pete Iacobelli, Sports Email: piacobelli@ap.org; apcolumbia@ap.org PA-Sports Ticker 55 Realty Drive, Suite 200 Cheshire, Ct 06410 Phone: 800-367-8935

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2011 Coastal Carolina Volleyball Media Guide

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