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Quick Facts

General Information

Institution: ..............................................................Coastal Carolina University Location: ....................................................................................... Conway, S.C. Founded: .................................................................................................... 1954 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 9,086 Nickname: ........................................................................................Chanticleers Pronunciation of Name: .............................................................SHON-ti-cleers Colors: ..................................................Teal (PMS 322), Bronze (875) & Black Arena/Capacity:.......................................................... The HTC Center (3,212) 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 Website: ....................................................................... www.GoCCUsports.com

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: .......Jozsef Forman (Hungarian Univ. of Physical Education ’89) Record at Coastal Carolina (Years): ........................................................ 0-0 (0) Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-2814 Assistant Coach: ............................. Gabe Aramian (University of Georgia ‘06) Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-2842 Assistant Coach: ............... Dan Rhodes (Cal State University-Northridge ‘08) Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-5001

Team Information

2011 Overall Record: ..................................................................................13-20 2011 Big South Record (Finish): ......................................................... 5-9 (8th) Starters Returning/Lost: .................................................................................6-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: .....................................................................12/3 Newcomers:........................................................................................................ 4

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: ...............................................................................843-349-6467 Email: ....................................................................................cbays@coastal.edu Assistant/Volleyball Contact: ........................................................Sean Forrester Office Phone: .............................................................................. 843-349-2840 Email: ............................................................................... sforreste@coastal.edu Assistant: ........................................................................................ Paul Hershey Office Phone: ............................................................................... 843-349-2848 EMail:...............................................................................phershey@coastal.edu Office Fax: ................................................................................... 843-349-2819 Mailing Address: ...................................................................... P.O. Box 261954 ...................................................................................Conway, S.C. 29528-0654

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents/General Information ................................. 1 Roster Information ................................................................. 2 Facilities ............................................................................................. 3 Head Coach Jozsef Forman ................................................. 4-5 Mission Statement.................................................................. 5 Assistant Coaches ................................................................ 6-7 2012 Chanticleers ...............................................................8-23 Jamie DiMaggio ............................................................. 8-9 Samantha Palka .........................................................10-11 Lauren Alejo .................................................................... 12 Kindra Bailey .................................................................. 13 Michelle Fowle ................................................................ 14 Lindsay Gill..................................................................... 15 Meghan Laffin ................................................................ 16 Sam Skryd ...................................................................... 17 Lian Bernett .................................................................... 18 Katie Martin ................................................................... 19 Jenna Orner .................................................................... 20 Taylor Stafford ................................................................ 21 Monica Hall .................................................................... 22 Gabriella Horvath ........................................................... 22 Melissa McGwin ............................................................. 23 Eszter Nagy ..................................................................... 23 Sasser Cup........................................................................................ 24 2011 Dig Pink Game .......................................................24-25 2011 Season Statistics .....................................................26-27 2011 Big South Recap .......................................................... 28 1996 NCAA Appearance .......................................................29 1998 NCAA Appearance ...................................................................30 2009 NCAA Appearance ...................................................................31 Series Record vs. All Opponents ..................................................... 32 Year-by-Year Results ....................................................................33-36 Big South Awards/National Honors ................................................ 37 Record Book................................................................................38-39 All-Time Roster ................................................................................ 40 Athletic Media Relations ...................................................... 41 Radio/TV Roster ...................................................................... 42

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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Back Row (L-R): Volunteer Statistician Peter Forman, Assistant Coach Dan Rhodes, Katie Martin, Taylor Stafford, Gabriella Horvath, Melissa McGwin, Monica Hall, Eszter Nagy, Meghan Laffin, Lian Bernett, Head Coach Jozsef Forman, Assistant Coach Gabe Aramian Front Row (L-R): Manager Allison Bearer, Lindsay Gill, Michelle Fowle, Jamie DiMaggio, Lauren Alejo, Jenna Orner, Samantha Palka, Sam Skryd, Kindra Bailey, Athletic Trainer Robin Petropoulos

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 18

Name Melissa McGwin Lindsay Gill Lauren Alejo Katie Martin Kindra Bailey Jenna Orner Monica Hall Jamie DiMaggio Lian Bernett Meghan Laffin Michelle Fowle Taylor Stafford Eszter Nagy Sam Skryd Samantha Palka Gabriella Horvath

Yr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

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

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

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 Carlisle, Pa./Jacksonville University Niverville, N.Y./Ichabod Crane HS Crystal Lake, Ill./Kishwaukee C.C. Leesburg, Va./Heritage HS Holbrook, N.Y./Sachem East HS Gaithersburg, Md./Magruder HS San Antonio, Texas/Macarthur HS Budapest, Hungary/Petrik Lajos HS Naperville, Ill./Baylor University North Tonawanda, N.Y./Starpoint HS Budapest, Hungary/Szent Angéla Általános

Head Coach: Jozsef Forman (Hungarian University of Physical Education ’89), First Season Assistant Coach: Gabe Aramian (University of Georgia ’06), First Season Assistant Coach: Dan Rhodes (California State University, Northridge ’08), First Season Manager: Allison Bearer

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The HTC Center is a 130,000-square-foot facility that is home to the Chanticleer basketball and volleyball programs. The $35 million project opened in the summer of 2012. When configured for a sporting event, The HTC Center seats more than 3,600 people, more than quadrupling the capacity of Kimbel Arena. This new facility will allow Coastal Carolina programs to be more competitive at the highest level, recruit the highest caliber student athletes and allow the Chanticleers to showcase their beautiful University and surrounding region. The facility houses offices, locker rooms and team meeting rooms for the men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. In addition, the facility includes a dual use space that is suitable for expanded intramural sports and fitness/recreation activities for the University’s more than 9,000 students. The University Bookstore and a juice bar/concession area is housed in the new building. The Student Recreation Center section of the facility includes an indoor running track, climbing wall, multipurpose rooms, weight area, cardiovascular areas and locker rooms.

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    Jozsef FORMAN FIRST SEASON HUNGARIAN UNIVERSITY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, 1989 58-39 CAREER RECORD 0-0 COASTAL CAROLINA RECORD Jozsef Forman enters his first season as the head volleyball coach at Coastal Carolina University. Prior to being named the head volleyball coach of Coastal Carolina, Forman served as the associate head coach at Auburn University. The Tigers finished the 2010 season ranked 42nd in the RPI after putting together one of the best seasons in program history. Auburn recorded a program-best 21 wins, finishing the season with a 21-13 overall record and reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time. The Tigers also posted a season-best 11 Southeastern Conference wins. Forman was named Auburn’s interim head coach in the spring of 2011 and remained on the staff under new head coach Rick Nold. Forman served as the head volleyball coach at the University of New Orleans for three seasons (2008-10) and posted a 58-39 record. He recorded a season-best 13 Sun Belt Conference wins during the 2008 season, finishing 22-10 overall and 13-5 in league play. During the 2009 season, the University of New Orleans volleyball team earned its first ever Sun Belt West Division Championship, after compiling a 12-6 conference record and a 20-13 overall record. The Privateers earned a GPA above 3.0 each of the three years that Forman was head coach. While at the University of New Orleans, Forman had the opportunity to be the assistant coach of the 2008 USA/Bring It Promotions u20 Development Team that played in the European Global Games in Pula, Croatia, and Italy. Before being named the head coach of the University of New Orleans, Forman served as the first assistant volleyball coach from 2004-07 at Mississippi State University. The Bulldogs set a school record for conference wins each of the three years, winning eight during the 2006 season and accumulating a 17-13 overall record. In 2007, the Bulldogs tallied a 3.48 overall team GPA, the best ever recorded for Mississippi State women’s volleyball. During the summer of 2005, Forman returned to his native Hungary to serve as associate head coach of the Hungarian men’s national team that defeated Serbia-Montenegro, the runners-up in the 2005 World League Championships. Forman began his collegiate coaching career in the United States when he served as the first assistant volleyball coach at Baylor University during the 2003 season. In 1999, Forman established the NRK-Nyiregyhaza Club, that became middle Europe’s top women’s volleyball club. The club won the Hungarian Championship three straight years (2000, 2001 and 2002) and the Middle European Champions League (MEVZA) title in 2000. He led the team to an overall record of 176-13 for a winning percentage of .931. During his tenure as a club coach from 199000, he guided teams to elite eight finishes in the European professional CEV Champions League in 1990 and 1994, as well as CEV Cup League in 1991 and 1999.

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Season 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

The Jozsef Forman File

Position Assistant Coach-Baylor University Assistant Coach-Mississippi State University Assistant Coach-Mississippi State University Assistant Coach-Mississippi State University Head Coach-University of New Orleans Head Coach-University of New Orleans Head Coach-University of New Orleans Associate Head Coach-Auburn University Associate Head Coach-Auburn University

Overall N/A N/A N/A N/A 16-16 22-10 20-13 N/A N/A 58-39

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    Forman started his coaching career as the head coach of the Vasas Sports Club, which made it to the 1990 Hungarian Cup title and a fifth-place finish in the European CEV Champions League. The following year, while serving under the direction of famed Chinese champion coach Sun De Lee, the team captured the Hungarian Cup and posted another fifth-place finish in the European CEV Cup League. In addition to his club experience, Forman has head coaching experience on the international level. He began coaching the Hungarian junior national team in 1993 before taking the head coaching position of the Hungarian women’s national team for four years. The Hungarian junior national team finished 10th in the 1992 European Championship and went on to take fifth place in the World Championship held in Brazil in 1993. In 1997, while coaching the Hungarian women’s national team, the Forman-led squad earned wins over Canada, Germany and the United Sates en route to a first-place finish at the 1997 Canada Cup. As a player, Forman was a setter for the Hungarian junior championship team from 1979-83 and was a member of the Semmelweis University team that won the collegiate national championship of Hungary from 1984-89. He is a 1989 graduate of the Hungarian University of Physical Education where he also earned a master’s degree in physical education and sports science.

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    Gabe ARAMIAN FIRST SEASON UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, 2006

Gabe Aramian enters his first season as an assistant coach at Coastal Carolina. Aramian comes to Coastal following six years with A5 Mizuno Volleyball in Atlanta, where he served as master coach, strategic planner, board adviser, lead instructor for youth programs and camps, lead instructor and planner for tryouts, lead instructor and instructor and planner for pre-season training and the Holiday Camp, lead instructor and instructor and planner for the Southern Showcase College Recruiting Combine and college recruiting coordinator. Aramian most recently coached the 161 team, which was ranked No. 22 in the nation (PrepVolleyball) and won the Sports Performance President’s Day Tournament and the OVA MLK Invitational in the 17-Open Division. In 2011, Aramian’s team won a National Championship at The USA Volleyball (USAV) Junior Olympics in the 16American Division with a perfect 11-0 match record, as well as a perfect 22-0 set record with a season ranking of No. 12 in the nation. During the 2010 volleyball season, Aramian’s 161 team finished sixth at the USAV Junior Olympics in the 16-Open Division, was ranked No. 2 in the nation, earned gold medals at Sports Performance President’s Day and the Mid East Power League, a silver at the Northern Lights National Qualifer, 16-Open Division and was the first team from the Southern Region to win an Open National Qualifier. Aramian also served as a volunteer assistant coach at Auburn University in 2010, when the Tigers posted a 21-12 record and earned a No. 42 RPI ranking. Auburn reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the program’s history and the Tigers also earned their first NCAA Tournament win. In 2009, his team earned a Silver Medal at the USAV Junior Olympics in the 16-National Division, was ranked No. 12 in the nation, and earned a fifth-place finish at the AAU National Championships in the 16-Open Division. In 2008, Aramian’s 161 team became the first 16s team from Georgia to earn a gold medal at the SRVA Regional Championships and finished 13th at the USAV Junior Olympics, which was the highest finish for a 16s team from the Southern Region. Additionally, Aramian has worked for the Volley Performance Training Company where he held the positions of master coach, class lead instructor, and lead instructor for the Elite Setters Camp, Hitting and Passing Camp, Libero Camp, Lefty-Rightside Camp and Tall Girl Camp. He has also coached at the high school level in Georgia, as well as at the international level with the Puerto Rican Junior National Team. During his time in Atlanta, Aramian trained and coached two NCAA All-Americans, 25 AAU and USAV All-Americans, four AVCA High School All-Americans, seven top 100 and 11 top 150 Senior Aces, five State Gatorade Players of the Year and 17 GVCA State Players of the Year. Aramian earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in public and international affairs from the University of Georgia in 2006, where he also played on the NIRSA indoor volleyball team that finished fifth in 2005 and 13th in 2006 at the NIRSA Collegiate Championships. He completed a Master of Public Administration degree from Kennesaw State University in 2011.

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    Dan RHODES FIRST SEASON CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE, 2008

Dan Rhodes enters his first season as an assistant coach at Coastal Carolina. Rhodes comes to Coastal after serving as an assistant coach for the men’s volleyball team at Saint Francis University (Pa.) for two seasons. Prior to coaching the Red Flash, Rhodes was the head coach of the Charlottesville Volleyball Club 16s in 2010. Rhodes also coached the Jefferson Volleyball Club 18s to a fifth-place finish in Virginia in 2009. Before taking the head coaching position at the club level, Rhodes served as an assistant coach at Northridge Academy during the 2007-08 season when Northridge was named the Los Angeles City champion. He also served as a recreation assistant at Mason Park from 2006-08. Rhodes played collegiately at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and was a 2008 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Conference selection. He earned American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division I-II National Player of the Week honors in his career. Rhodes was just the fourth player in collegiate history to record 40 kills in one match in the rally scoring era and is just the 11th player in CSUN history to record 1,000 career kills. In 2007 and 2008 he was selected to try out for the United States National team. Rhodes earned a bachelor’s degree in social science in sociology from CSUN in 2008 with a minor in general business from the College of Business and Economics. He received an MBA from Saint Francis University (Pa.) in 2012.

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   #8 Jamie DiMAGGIO Senior Crystal Lake, Ill. • Kishwaukee 5-8 • Defensive Specialist Junior Season (2011): Played in 112 sets for Coastal recording 251 digs which was second best on the team... Completed the season with 19 assists, 11 service aces, 15.0 points and four kills... Recorded a career high 18 digs versus Evansville and three assists against Robert Morris. 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 administration.

DiMaggio Career Statistics Season GP-MP 2011 112-32 TOTAL 112-32

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K 4 4

E 2 2

TA 27 27

Pct .074 .074

A 19 19

SA 11 11

DIG 251 251

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

TB 0 0

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   #16 Samantha PALKA Senior North Tonawanda, N.Y. • Starpoint 5-11 • Outside Hitter/Defensive Specialist Junior Season (2011): Saw action in four matches for Coastal recording three digs... Helped the Chanticleers defensively... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Sophomore Season (2010): Appeared in 10 sets... Registered 10 digs on the season... Recorded a seasonand-career high seven digs against Jacksonville State on Sept.4 ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 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 years... Starpoint ECIC Divisional Champions her freshman, sophomore, and junior years... New York State Team Scholar Athlete sophomore and junior year... Gold medalist her sophomore and junior years 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 years. 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.

Season GP-MP 2009 36-18 2010 10-6 2011 6-4 TOTAL 52-28

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K 5 0 0 5

Palka Career Statistics E 4 0 2 6

TA 16 0 5 21

Pct .062 .000 -.400 -.048

A 4 0 0 4

SA 0 0 0 0

DIG 25 10 3 38

BS 1 0 0 1

BA 2 0 0 2

TB 3 0 0 3

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   #3 Lauren ALEJO Junior Monument, Colo. • The Classical Academy 5-5 • Setter Sophomore Season (2011): Named to the 2011 Big South All-Academic Team... Played in all 32 matches for Coastal... Completed the season with 222 digs, 147 assists, 27 service aces and 39.5 points... Tallied a career high 44 assists against UNC Greensboro and five aces versus Charleston Southern ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 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 double-digit 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, including a season-high four against Winthrop (Oct. 29) ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. High School: Member of the varsity squad all four years... Holds the records for service aces in a season with 69, service aces 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 Academy... Selected to the First Team All-League her sophomore, junior and senior years... Named MVP at The Classical Academy 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 among 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 from 2006-09 and served as the 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 All-Star Qualifer in 2008... A six-time King of the Mountain Father/Daughter Champions. Personal: Full name: Lauren Leanne Alejo... Daughter of Rodel and Lori Alejo... Majoring in biology.

Season GP-MP K 2010 106-29 10 2011 114-32 11 TOTAL 220-61 21

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Alejo Career Statistics E 7 7 14

TA 49 43 92

Pct A SA .061 605 27 .093 147 27 .076 752 54

DIG 172 222 394

BS 0 0 0

BA 1 3 4

TB 1 3 4

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   #5 Kindra BAILEY Junior Irmo, S.C. • Dutch Fork 6-0 • Middle Blocker Sophomore Season (2011): Started all 33 matches for the Chants... Earned James Madison University Days Inn Invitational All-Tournament Team honors... Ranked fourth in the Big South Conference in hitting percentage with a .294... Finished second on the team in blocks with 87, third in points with 324.0 and in kills with 271... Recorded a career high of 13 kills on two occasions, once against Charleston Southern and the other taking place versus Campbell... Posted a career high attacking percentage of .533 against Charleston Southern and seven blocks versus Winthrop ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 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 ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. High School: Has played volleyball since the eighthgrade... 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.

Season GP-MP K 2010 22-11 6 2011 123-33 271 TOTAL 145-44 277

Bailey Career Statistics E 3 85 88

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TA 27 632 659

Pct .111 .294 .287

A 0 3 3

SA 0 0 0

DIG 4 25 29

BS 2 19 21

BA 5 68 73

TB 7 87 94

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   #11 Michelle FOWLE Junior Gaithersburg, Md. • Magrader 5-9 • Defensive Specialist Sophomore Season (2011): Saw action in five matches for the Chanticleers recording a career high three kills and six digs against South Carolina State... Finished the season with seven total digs, two blocks and four points. Freshman (2010): Appeared in two sets... Registered her first career kill as a Chanticleer against High Point on Oct.15 ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 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 administration.

Season GP-MP 2010 2-2 2011 8-5 TOTAL 10-7

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K 1 3 4

Fowle Career Statistics E 0 6 6

TA 1 21 22

Pct 1.000 -.143 -.091

A 0 0 0

SA 0 0 0

DIG 0 7 7

BS 0 0 0

BA 0 2 2

TB 0 2 2

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   #2 Lindsay GILL Junior Ashburn, Va. • Stone Bridge 5-7 • Defensive Specialist Sophomore Season (2011): Ended the season ranked eighth in the Big South in digs with an average of 3.80 a set. She was named to the Davidson Tournament All-Tournament Team. Played in all 123 sets for the Chanticleers finishing the season with 468 digs, 87 assists, 28 service aces and 31 points... Recorded a career high six assists against UNC Greensboro and UNC Asheville... Posted a season high 28 digs against East Tennessee State ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in all 120 sets this season... 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. 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 AllRegion 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. Personal: Full name: Lindsay Leigh Gill... Daughter of Craig and Mary Gill... Majoring in political science.

Season GP-MP 2010 120-32 2011 123-33 TOTAL 243-65

K 1 3 4

Gill Career Statistics E 4 3 7

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TA 19 30 49

Pct A SA -.158 52 2 .000 87 28 -.061 139 30

DIG 525 468 993

BS 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0

TB 0 0 0

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   #10 Meghan LAFFIN Junior Holbrook, N.Y. • Sachem East 6-2 • Outside Hitter/Right Side Hitter Sophomore Season (2011): Named to the Preseason All-Big South Conference Team... Selected to the Coastal Carolina Classic All-Tournament Team... Missed part of the season due to injury, but finished the season with 188 kills, 65 digs, 28 blocks and 202.5 points... Posted career highs in kills with 19 versus Gardner-Webb, 10 digs against Bradley and an attacking percentage of .667 against North Carolina A&T ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in all 120 sets this season... Named to the Big South Conference AllFreshman 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 Golf 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 administration. Laffin Career Statistics

Season GP-MP K E TA Pct 2010 120-32 229 78 527 .287 2011 83-23 188 108 605 .132 TOTAL 203-55 417 186 1132 .204

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SA 27 3 30

DIG 54 65 119

BS 20 2 22

BA TB 68 88 19 21 87 109

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   #14 Sam SKRYD Junior Naperville, Ill. • Baylor 5-9 • Setter Sophomore Season (2011): Played in 26 matches for the Chants... Placed sixth in the Big South in assists with an average of 8.89 per set... Ended the season with a team high 836 assists, 215 digs, 63 kills, 29 blocks, 26 service aces and 105.0 points... Recorded a career high 47 assists against Campbell, 18 digs versus digs, nine kills versus Charleston Southern, four blocks against Gardner-Webb, four aces versus Iona and an attacking percentage of .667 Charleston Southern... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 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. Personal: Full Name: Samantha Skryd... Daughter of Chris and Martha Skryd... Majoring in psychology.

Season GP-MP K 2011 94-26 63 TOTAL 94-26 63

Skryd Career Statistics E 26 26

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Pct A SA .182 836 26 .182 836 26

DIG 215 215

BS 3 3

BA 26 26

TB 29 29

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   #9 Lian BERNETT Sophomore Leesburg, Va. • Heritage 6-1 • Outside Hitter/Right Side Hitter Freshman Season (2011): Received All-Big South Freshman Team honors...Selected to the UNC Greensboro Tournament All-Tournament Team and to the Davidson Tournament All-Tournament Team... Finished the season ranked fifth in the Big South in kills with an average of 2.84 per set and 10th in service aces with an average of 0.28 per set... Ended the season ranked second on the team in kills with 275 and tied for second in service aces with 27... Completed the season with 215 digs, 28 blocks, 26 assists and 316.0 points... Posted a career high 20 kills against UNC Asheville, 17 digs against Winthrop, four blocks versus UNC Greensboro, four aces versus The Citadel, as well as an attacking percentage of .462 when Coastal hosted South Carolina State ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. High School: Lettered all four years, totaling 1009 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 team win two AAA Cedar Run District Championships her last two years of high school with her senior year team record 23-3 placing fifth in the state... Played for the Virginia Elite VBC for four years... She helped her team qualify for National 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 administration.

Bernett Career Statistics

Season GP-MP K E 2011 97-27 275 125 TOTAL 97-27 275 125

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TA 855 855

Pct .175 .175

A 26 26

SA 27 27

DIG 215 215

BS 0 0

BA 28 28

TB 28 28

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   #4 Katie MARTIN Sophomore Rohnert Park, Calif. • Rancho Cotate 6-1 • Middle Blocker Freshman Season (2011): Selected as the CRONS Brand Freshman of the Week for matches played Oct. 17-23... Named to the Coastal Carolina Classic AllTournament Team... Recorded a team high 37 service aces on the season including a career high six against North Carolina A&T to finish the season ranked sixth in the Big South Conference... Posted a team high 88 blocks on the season, posting a career high six blocks in three separate matches... Finished with 331.5 points, which was second best on the team, 243 kills, 90 digs and an attacking percentage of .236... Ended the season with a career high of 10 digs against Gardner-Webb, 12 kills versus South Carolina State and an attacking percentage of .600 against North Carolina A&T ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll. 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.

Martin Career Statistics

Season GP-MP K E 2011 123-33 243 104 TOTAL 123-33 243 104

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Pct .236 .236

A 6 6

SA 37 37

DIG 90 90

BS 15 15

BA 73 73

TB 88 88

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   #6 Jenna ORNER Sophomore Carlisle, Pa. • Jacksonville 5-3 • Defensive Specialist Prior to Coastal: She finished her freshman season with 247 digs, posted double-digit digs nine times and also recorded 31 assists and 17 service aces at Jacksonville. High School: She owns the school record for digs (2,156) at Cumberland Valley High School, where she was named to the district all-star team all four seasons. She was named second team All-Mid Penn her freshman season. Selected as a Mid Penn all-star her sophomore and junior seasons and was named the Mid Penn Most Valuable Player her senior season. Her team went 23-1 both her junior and senior seasons and won the Mid Penn Championship. Personal: Full Name: Jenna Lynn Orner... Daughter of Rick and Jackie Orner... Has a brother, Tanner... mother, Jackie, competed in gymnastics at West Chester University... Majoring in exercise and sport science.

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   #12 Taylor STAFFORD Sophomore San Antonio, Texas • Macarthur 6-1 • Outside Hitter/Right Side Hitter Freshman Season (2011): Played in 22 matches for Coastal... Tied for third on the team in blocks with 35, including a career high four against Robert Morris and Lehigh... Completed the season with 50 kills, 24 digs and 69.5 points... Posted a career high five kills on three separate occasions and four digs against GardnerWebb. 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... Majoring in marine science. Season GP-MP K 2011 76-22 50 TOTAL 76-22 50

Stafford Career Statistics E 72 72

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A 1 1

SA 0 0

DIG 24 24

BS 4 4

BA 31 31

TB 35 35

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   #7 Monica HALL Freshman Niverville, N.Y. • Ichabod Crane 6-3 • Outside Hitter/Right Side Hitter High School: She played varsity all four years at Ichabod Crane High School and was named All-Colonial Conference Second Team during her sophomore season, MVP and Conference MVP Honorable Mention in her junior season. During Hall’s senior season she posted 341 kills, 81 aces, 163 digs and had a .405 hitting percentage. She was named the Most Outstanding Offensive Player of the Year in the Colonial Council and was also selected as a First Team All-Star after helping lead the Lady Riders to a 13-9 record, while advancing to the Section II, Class B championship. Played club volleyball for Legion Dynamite - 18 U National and Legion Dynalite - 17U National. Personal: Full Name: Monica Rose Hall... Daughter of Joseph and Caroline Hall... Has a brother, Scott... Majoring in biology.

   #18 Gabriella HORVATH Freshman Budapest, Hungary • Szent Angéla Általános Iskola és Gimnázium 6-3 • Outside Hitter/Right Side Hitter High School: She was a member of both the youth and junior national volleyball teams in Hungary... finished second in the Hungarian Amateur Championship and third in the Hungarian Cup for the past two seasons... finished second at the Hungarian Junior Championship and won the Hungarian Youth Cup during the 2009-10 season... won the Youth Championship and finished seventh in the Youth European Championship during the 2007-08 season. Personal: Full Name: Gabriella Horvath... Daughter of Miklos Horvath and Beata Bernath... Has a sister, Dora... Mother was a member of the Hungarian National Team... Majoring in resort tourism management.

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    #1 Melissa McGWIN Redshirt Freshman Rochester, N.Y. • Hilton 6-3 • Middle Blocker/Right Side Hitter Freshman Season (2011): Redshirted 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 the All-County second team her junior year and also received the Presidential Award for academics... Was a member of the Volleyfx club team, who were the Nets 2 Champions, Winter Challenge Champions, MAPL Champions and Regional Champions...Club team qualified for Nationals twice. Personal: Full Name: Melissa Ashley McGwin... Daughter of Bill and Deb McGwin... Majoring in marine science.

   #13 Eszter NAGY Freshman Budapest, Hungary • Petrik Lajos 6-3 • Middle Blocker High School: Won the Hungarian Championship and the Hungarian Cup with her club team during the 2011-12 season... Took second at the Hungarian Championship during the 2010-11 season and third at the Hungarian Cup that same season. Personal: Full Name: Eszter Nagy... Daughter of Tibor and Agnes Nagy... Undecided on a major.

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   The Sasser Cup

The Sasser Cup Trophy, named for former Big South Commissioner and former Coastal Carolina Director of Athletics Buddy Sasser, is awarded to the Big South member institution with the most successful year athletically based on an average points system. Points are awarded based on both regular-season and tournament finish in each of the League’s 18 championships, based on the number of teams participating in the regular-season and tournament, respectively. A school must be eligible to participate in a specific sport championship to receive Sasser Cup points in that sport. There is a weighted factor of 1.5 for those sports that only participate in regular-season play (football) or a tournament (cross country, track, golf), but not both. Teams tied in regular-season or tournament play split the points earned. 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. The Chanticleers finished second in the 2011-12 standings.

SASSER CUP (Since 1985-86) Champions in Teal — Runners-Up in Bronze

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  Each October the Chanticleers raise money for breast cancer research. On Friday, Oct. 28, 2011, the Coastal Carolina University volleyball team dropped a tough five-set match to conference opponent WinthropUniversityduringtheChanticleersannualDIGPINKBreastCancerAwarenessRallyinKimbel Arena. More than 600 fans came out to the event. The Coastal volleyball team raised money for two weeks prior to the match with the proceeds going to the Side-Out Foundation and to Caring in Our Lifetime. The Side-Out Foundation was created in 2004 for collegiate volleyball players and coaches to work together to further breast cancer awareness. Caring in Our Lifetime is a local breast cancer organization that raises funds to provide assistance with medical expenses to those affected by breast cancer in Horry and Georgetown counties. The team placed pink shovels throughout the campus the week of the match and if any person found a shovel and brought it to the match they received a free T-shirt. The team also held a bake sale in the weeks prior to the match and had a silent auction that featured a number of items including the pink jerseys the team wore throughout the match.

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  2011 Coastal Carolina Volleyball Overall record: 13-20 Conf: 5-9 Home: 6-6 Away: 4-9 Neutral: 3-5 2011 Coastal Carolina Season Schedule/Results Date Opponent Score 8/26/11 at UNC Greensboro # W 3-1 8/26/11 vs North Carolina A&T # W 3-0 8/27/11 vs Evansville # 0-3 8/27/11 vs East Tennessee St. # 2-3 9/2/11 vs Robert Morris & 2-3 9/3/11 at James Madison & 0-3 9/3/11 vs Lehigh & 0-3 9/9/11 GARDNER-WEBB ! W 3-2 9/9/11 BRADLEY ! W 3-1 9/10/11 IONA ! 1-3 9/13/11 at UNC Wilmington 0-3 9/16/11 at Davidson $ 0-3 9/17/11 vs Norfolk State $ W 3-0 9/17/11 vs North Carolina A&T $ W 3-0 9/23/11 at Presbyterian College* 1-3 9/24/11 at Winthrop* 0-3 9/27/11 COLL. OF CHARLESTON 1-3 9/30/11 CAMPBELL* 1-3 10/1/11 HIGH POINT* W 3-0 10/711 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* W 3-0 10/11/11 at South Carolina State 1-3 10/14/11 at Liberty* 1-3 10/15/11 at Radford* 2-3 10/21/11 UNC ASHEVILLE* 1-3 10/22/11 GARDNER-WEBB* W 3-0 10/25/11 at The Citadel W 3-0 10/28/11 WINTHROP* 2-3 10/29/11 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE* 0-3 11/1/11 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE W 3-0 11/5/11 at Charleston Southern* W 3-1 11/11/11 at High Point* 1-3 11/12/11 at Campbell* W 3-2 11/17/11 at #2 WINTHROP ^ 1-3

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Match results Overall Conf 20-25,25-22,25-19,27-25 1-0 0-0 25-16,25-17,25-10 2-0 0-0 19-25,17-25,26-28 2-1 0-0 25-23,20-25,15-25,25-22,8-15 2-2 0-0 25-18,22-25,15-25,25-23,9-15 2-3 0-0 21-25,19-25,20-25 2-4 0-0 21-25,24-26,12-25 2-5 0-0 25-22,22-25,14-25,25-23,15-13 3-5 0-0 25-17,25-20,24-26,25-23 4-5 0-0 25-20,17-25,11-25,30-32 4-6 0-0 14-25,23-25,23-25 4-7 0-0 24-26,19-25,16-26 4-8 0-0 25-21,25-18,26-24 5-8 0-0 25-10,25-16,25-16 6-8 0-0 16-25,25-14,18-25,18-25 6-9 0-1 13-25,19-25,21-25 6-10 0-2 25-18,23-25,12-25,21-25 6-11 0-2 19-25,25-21,19-25,19-25 6-12 0-3 25-22,26-24,25-14 7-12 1-3 25-17,26-24,25-21 8-12 2-3 25-22,21-25,18-25,22-25 8-13 2-3 30-28,23-25,13-25,18-25 8-14 2-4 16-25,15-25,25-20,27-25,12-15 8-15 2-5 22-25,23-25,25-20,15-25 8-16 2-6 25-23,27-25,25-18 9-16 3-6 25-19,25-20,25-17 10-16 3-6 16-25,25-20,15-25,25-23,8-15 10-17 3-7 20-25,19-25,19-25 10-18 3-8 25-18,25-19,25-23 11-18 3-8 22-25,25-23,27-25,25-20 12-18 4-8 23-25,25-17,19-25,19-25 12-19 4-9 25-22,25-15,20-25,13-25,15-10 13-19 5-9 25-20,16-25,23-25,13-25 13-20 5-9

Time 1:47 0:59 1:22 2:03 2:04 1:32 1:21 2:20 1:42 2h 1:30 1:23 1:14 0:57 1:35 1:21 1:54 2:05 1:25 1:24 1:57 2:11 2:06 1:53 1:20 1:22 1:58 1:12 1:20 1:48 2:06 1:43

# UNCG Tournament - Greensboro, N.C. & JMU Days Inn Invitational - Harrisonburg, Va. ! Coastal Carolina Invitational - Conway, S.C. $ Davidson Tournament- Davidson, N.C. ^ Big South Tournament - Charleston, S.C. * Big South Conference Opponent

TEAM RECORD 3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

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W-L 8-7 3-9 2-4

ATTEND Total Home Away Neutral

Dates 33 12 14 7

Total 10955 5593 4614 748

Average 332 466 330 107

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Att. 386 115 173 239 60 140 100 207 487 457 225 323 24 37 634 383 582 523 475 563 138 780 362 423 372 56 626 322 556 485 281 421


  ATTACK No. 6 4 5 9 10 14 12 3 7 2 8 11 15 16 1

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

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SP MP-MS K K/Set E TA Pct A A/Set TA Pct SA SA/Set SE TA Pct 117 31-29 315 2.69 136 1005 .178 17 0.15 128 .133 9 0.08 24 198 .879 123 33-33 243 1.98 104 588 .236 6 0.05 45 .133 37 0.30 70 443 .842 123 33-33 271 2.20 85 632 .294 3 0.02 38 .079 0 0.00 0 0 .000 97 27-26 275 2.84 125 855 .175 26 0.27 236 .110 27 0.28 24 336 .929 83 23-15 188 2.27 108 605 .132 5 0.06 58 .086 3 0.04 17 60 .717 94 26-24 63 0.67 26 203 .182 836 8.89 1815 .461 26 0.28 59 360 .836 76 22-6 50 0.66 72 199 -.111 1 0.01 15 .067 0 0.00 0 2 1.000 114 32-11 11 0.10 7 43 .093 147 1.29 589 .250 27 0.24 72 387 .814 28 13-4 17 0.61 5 53 .226 190 6.79 459 .414 12 0.43 5 78 .936 123 33-1 3 0.02 3 30 .000 87 0.71 507 .172 28 0.23 56 418 .866 112 32-16 4 0.04 2 27 .074 19 0.17 196 .097 11 0.10 28 334 .916 8 5-0 3 0.38 6 21 -.143 0 0.00 1 .000 0 0.00 0 5 1.000 2 2-0 1 0.50 0 1 1.000 0 0.00 1 .000 0 0.00 0 0 .000 6 4-0 0 0.00 2 5 -.400 0 0.00 3 .000 0 0.00 1 2 .500 1 1-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 .000

COASTAL CAROLINA.... 123 Opponents........... 123

No. Name 6 Erika Lightsey 4 Katie Martin 5 Kindra Bailey 9 Lian Bernett 10 Meghan Laffin 14 Sam Skryd 12 Taylor Stafford 3 Lauren Alejo 7 Kelsie Mauck 2 Lindsay Gill 8 Jamie DiMaggio 11 Michelle Fowle 15 Simone Autry 1 Melissa McGwin 16 Samantha Palka TEAM COASTAL CAROLINA.... Opponents...........

SET

S 117 123 123 97 83 94 76 114 28 123 112 8 2 1 6 123 123

33-33 1444 11.74 681 4267 .179 1337 10.87 4091 .327 180 1.46 356 2623 .864 33-33 1453 11.81 649 4155 .194 1341 10.90 4020 .334 180 1.46 267 2751 .903

RECEPT RE TA Pct 24 254 .906 2 24 .917 4 13 .692 32 491 .935 8 78 .897 2 6 .667 1 2 .500 32 379 .916 0 0 .000 29 593 .951 28 339 .917 1 2 .500 0 4 1.000 0 1 1.000 4 13 .692 13 180 2463 .927 180 2257 .920

DIG DIG Dig/S 175 1.50 90 0.73 25 0.20 215 2.22 65 0.78 215 2.29 24 0.32 222 1.95 28 1.00 468 3.80 251 2.24 7 0.88 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 0.50 1788 1852

14.54 15.06

BS 4 15 19 0 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BLOCKING BA Total Blk/S 31 35 0.30 73 88 0.72 68 87 0.71 28 28 0.29 19 21 0.25 26 29 0.31 31 35 0.46 3 3 0.03 5 5 0.18 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 2 2 0.25 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00

BE 7 12 5 1 0 2 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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286 190.0 286 222.0

36 51

1.54 1.80

POINTS BHE PTS Pts/Set 3 343.5 2.94 1 331.5 2.70 2 324.0 2.63 0 316.0 3.26 0 202.5 2.44 23 105.0 1.12 1 69.5 0.91 1 39.5 0.35 3 31.5 1.12 1 31.0 0.25 2 15.0 0.13 0 4.0 0.50 0 1.0 0.50 0 0.0 0.00 0 0.0 0.00 37 1814.0 29 1855.0

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     TEAM STANDINGS Liberty Winthrop Radford UNC Asheville Presbyterian Campbell High Point Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern 2011 Big South Awards Player of the Year Becca Toor, Winthrop Freshman of the Year Emma Deininger, Radford Coach of the Year Marci Jenkins, Radford Scholar-Athlete of the Year Evan Moffitt, Gardner-Webb First Team All-Conference Becca Toor, Winthrop Loren Thomas, Liberty Stephanie Palmer, Winthrop Cindi Miller, UNC Asheville Lillie Happel, Liberty Emma Deininger, Radford Rachel Brummitt, Radford Second Team All-Conference Presley Mabrey, Presbyterian Courtney Johnk, High Point Annie Kobeski, Campbell Anna Moore, UNC Asheville Jade Craycraft, Liberty Laura Wilcox, Gardner-Webb Kelly Haseman, Liberty All-Freshman Team Emma Deininger, Radford Rachel Brummitt, Radford Ashtin Frank, Presbyterian Lian Bernett, Coastal Carolina Heather Feldman, Gardner-Webb Kristin Heldt, High Point Rachel Weichecki, Radford

BIG SOUTH RECORD PCT. 12-2 .857 12-2 .857 9-5 .643 7-7 .500 7-7 .500 6-8 .429 6-8 .429 5-9 .357 5-9 .357 1-13 .071

OVERALL RECORD PCT. 20-13 .606 20-8 .714 17-15 .531 15-14 .517 13-17 .433 13-18 .419 9-21 .300 13-20 .394 10-20 .333 5-25 .167

All-Academic Team Kelsey Campbell, Campbell Maggie Murphy, Charleston Southern Lauren Alejo, Coastal Carolina Evan Moffitt, Gardner-Webb Molly Barlow, High Point Kelly Haseman, Liberty Andrea Barman, Prebyterian Leigh Myers, Radford Hallie Morse, UNC Asheville Becca Toor, Winthrop All-Tournament Team Loren Thomas, Liberty (MVP) Kelly Haseman, Liberty Lillie Happel, Liberty Rachel Brummit, Radford Rachel Wiechecki, Radford Meredith Foster, UNC Asheville Stephanie Palmer, Winthrop Player of the Week Aug. 29 - Becca Toor, Winthrop Sept. 6 - Becca Toor, Winthrop Sept. 12 - Lillie Happel, Liberty Sept. 19 - Stephanie Palmer, Winthrop Sept. 26 - Becca Toor, Winthrop Oct. 3 - Lillie Happel, Liberty Oct. 10 - Rachel Wiechecki, Radford Oct. 17 - Becca Toor, Winthrop Oct. 24 - Anna Moore, UNC Asheville Oct. 31 - Becca Toor, Winthrop Nov. 7 - Caroline Cann, Presbyterian Nov. 14- Rachel Wiechecki, Radford

Freshman of the Week Aug. 29 - Jenna Mullins, Winthrop Sept. 6 - Emma Deininger, Radford Sept. 12 - Emma Deininger, Radford Sept. 19 - Rachel Hall, Presbyterian Sept. 26 - Lorin Thomas, Campbell Oct. 3 - Emma Deininger, Radford Oct. 10 - Chelsea Davis, High Point Oct. 17 - Emma Deininger, Radford Oct. 24 - Katie Martin, Coastal Carolina Oct. 31 - Heather Feldman, Gardner-Webb Nov. 7 - Jennica Mullins, Winthrop Nov. 14- Kristin Heldt, High Point Player of the Week Aug. 29 - Rachel Brummitt, Radford Sept. 6 - Breanna Holliday, High Point Sept. 12 - Alex Stewart, UNC Asheville Sept. 19 - Evan Moffitt, Gardner-Webb Sept. 26 - Loren Thomas, Liberty Oct. 3 - Loren Thomas, Liberty Oct. 10 - Rachel Brummitt, Radford Oct. 17 - Rachel Brummitt, Radford Oct. 24 - Loren Thomas, Liberty Oct. 31 - Tyler Cockrell, Gardner-Webb Nov. 7 - Rachel Brummitt, Radford Nov. 14- Rachel Brummitt, Radford

BIG SOUTH VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Thursday, Nov. 17 (First Round) #1 Liberty 3......................................................................................#8 Gardner-Webb 1 #4 UNC Asheville 3.................................................................................#5 Campbell 0 #2 Winthrop 3.................................................................#7 Coastal Carolina 1 #3 Radford 3..........................................................................................#6 High Point 0 Friday, Nov. 18 (Semifinals) #1 Liberty 3.....................................................................................#4 UNC Asheville 0 #3 Radford 3............................................................................................#2 Winthrop 2 Saturday, Nov. 19 (Finals) #1 Liberty 3................................................................................................#3 Radford 0

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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 againstCharlestonSouthernandLibertytoadvance to the championship game. In the final match, the Chanticleers downed UMBC 3-0 to claim their first Big South Tournament title. Roberta Croteau was named tournament MVP and selected to the Big South All-Tournament Team. 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 Roberta Croteau was named Big South Coastal Carolina all-time record book. The squad Volleyball Player of the Year in 1996 and ranks first on the all-time list for service aces with was selected to the First Team All-Conference. 296 and second in kills with 1,832. She also earned Big South Tournament MVP honors.

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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    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 an 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 namedBig South Tournamentco-MVPs. Staub was also a First Team All-Big South honoree while Jelena Mirkovic was selected to the AllBig 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, Welch sits third in assists in a season with 1,347. Autumn Staub was named Big South Tournament co-MVP and First Team All-Big South. She also ranks eighth all-time at 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-Athlete of the Year for the second year in a row as well as being selected to the ESPN The Magazine Chelsy Kimes was named Big South Academic All-America Second Team. Tournament MVP after registering 50 kills Coastal Carolina was sent to Nebraska in three matches, including 12 kills in one set to play the Cornhuskers in the first round of the against UNC Asheville. She also was named to the All-Big South First Team for the second NCAA Tournament, falling 3-0. year in a row.

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 W, 3-2 11-19 High Point^ 11-20 UNC Asheville^ W, 3-0 11-21 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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     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 ................................................. 1-0 Brigham Young ..................................... 0-1 Bucknell ............................................... 1-0 Buffalo.................................................. 2-2 Butler ............................... First Meeting Cal State Bakersfield ........................... 0-1 Campbell....................................... 17-7 Canisius ................................................ 1-0 Catawba ............................................... 1-0 Central Florida ..................................... 1-1 Central Michigan ................................. 1-0 Charleston Southern ..................... 39-15 Charlotte .............................................. 3-9 Chattanooga......................................... 4-1 Citadel .................................................. 4-0 Clemson .......................................... 0-7 Coker .................................................... 0-1 College of Charleston .................... 13-26 Columbia.............................................. 0-1 Concord................................................ 1-2 Converse .............................................. 1-0 Davidson .............................................. 2-9 Dayton ................................................. 0-2 Delaware .............................................. 0-3 Duke..................................................... 0-1 East Carolina ................................ 4-10 East Tennessee State ............................ 2-4 Eastern Kentucky................................. 1-1 Eastern Michigan ................................. 0-1 Elon ...................................................... 9-3 Emory & Henry....................................2-1 Evansville ............................................. 0-1 Florida Atlantic .................................... 1-1 Florida International ........................... 0-1 Florida Tech ......................................... 0-1 Fordham ............................................... 0-1 Francis Marion ................................... 10-3 Furman ................................................. 3-6 Gardner-Webb ................................. 8-2 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 ................................... 23-10 Hofstra ................................................. 0-1 Howard ........................................... 0-1 Idaho .................................................... 0-1 Idaho State........................................... 1-0 Illinois .................................................. 0-1 Indiana State........................................ 0-1 IUPUI .................................................. 1-0 Iona ...................................................... 0-1 Iowa ...................................................... 0-1 Jacksonville .......................................... 2-4 Jacksonville State ................................. 0-1 James Madison..................................... 0-2 Kennesaw State.................................... 1-0 Kent State ............................................ 0-1 Lamar ................................................... 1 - 0 Lehigh .................................................. 0-1 Lenoir-Rhyne ....................................... 0-1 Liberty ........................................ 17-28 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 Marshall ........................... First Meeting 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 ................................................. 2-0 Northeastern ........................................ 1-0 North Carolina..................................... 0-2

North Carolina A&T ........................... 5-0 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 .................................... 6-4 Purdue .................................................. 0-2 Queens ................................................. 2-0 Radford ....................................... 24-17 Robert Morris ...................................... 1-1 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 ..................... 21-5 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 .......................................... 5-0 Towson State ........................................ 0-4 Troy ...................................................... 0-4 Tulane ................................................... 0-1 UAB ...................................................... 0-1 UNC Asheville ............................. 22-19 UNC Greensboro ................................. 3-8 UNC Wilmington ............................ 21-21 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 .................................... 25-22 Wisconsin-Milwaukee ......................... 0-1 Wofford ................................................ 4-0 Xavier ............................................. 0-2 Bold Italic denotes 2012 opponent

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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

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 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

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

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

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at UNC Asheville* L, 0-3 at Emory W, 2-0 at Davidson L, 1-3 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 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

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 9-15 vs. Wingate L, 1-3 9-15 at Francis Marion W, 3-1 9-18 Campbell* W, 3-1 9-20 at Winthrop* W, 3-0 9-25 at Baptist (Char. South.)* L, 1-3 9-28 vs. Davidson @ L, 1-3 9-28 vs. Furman @ L, 2-3 9-29 vs. Western Carolina @ L, 2-3 9-29 vs. Appalachian State @ L, 0-3 10-2 at East Carolina L, 0-3 10-6 at Coll. of Charleston L, 1-3 10-9 Francis Marion W, 3-0 10-12 at Davidson* L, 0-3 10-13 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. 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 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 9-12 at South Carolina # L, 1-3 9-12 vs. Coll. of Charleston # L, 0-3 9-14 South Carolina State W, 3-0 9-19 UNC Charlotte L, 0-3 9-21 at East Carolina L, 0-3 9-26 Francis Marion W, 3-0 9-29 at Coll. of Charleston L, 1-3 10-3 Georgia Southern W, 3-2 10-4 Mars Hill W, 3-1 10-6 at Charleston Southern* L, 2-3 10-9 at Charleston Southern L, 1-3 10-10 vs. UNC Asheville* L, 0-3 10-10 vs. Winthrop* W, 3-1 10-16 at Campbell* L, 2-3 10-17 vs. Radford* L, 1-3 10-17 vs. UNC Greensboro* L, 0-3 10-20 Campbell W, 3-1

10-23 vs. UMBC W, 3-1 10-24 vs. Towson State L, 0-3 10-24 vs. Liberty L, 0-3 10-28 UNC Wilmingotn L, 1-3 11-3 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-0 11-6 at Francis Marion W, 3-0 11-13 Campbell $ W, 3-0 11-13 UMBC $ L, 0-3 * Big South Conference Match ^ Coastal Beach Classic-Conway, S.C. # Palmetto State Tourn.-Columbia, S.C. $ Big South Tourn.-Conway, S.C. 1993 (8-23, 1-8 Big South) Head Coach: Tammi McCaudy-Lee Date Opponent Score 9-2 Francis Marion W, 3-2 9-3 vs. East Carolina ^ W, 3-0 9-3 at Georgia Tech ^ L, 0-3 9-4 vs. Davidson ^ L, 1-3 9-7 Coll. of Charleston L, 1-3 9-8 USC-Aiken W, 3-1 9-10 vs. Winthrop # W, 3-0 9-10 at South Carolina # L, 0-3 9-11 vs. Coll. of Charleston # L, 0-3 9-11 vs. Charleston Southern # L, 0-3 9-17 at UNC Wilmington @ L, 0-3 9-18 vs. Xavier @ L, 0-3 9-18 vs. UNC Charlotte @ L, 0-3 9-20 at South Carolina State W, 3-0 9-21 East Carolina L, 0-3 9-28 at UNC Charlotte L, 0-3 10-1 Charleston Southern* L, 0-3 10-1 Campbell* L, 0-3 10-2 UNC Asheville* L, 0-3 10-2 Winthrop* W, 3-2 10-5 UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 10-12 South Carolina State W, 3-0 10-16 vs. UNC Greensboro* L, 0-3 10-16 at Radford* L, 0-3 10-19 at UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 10-26 at Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 10-29 vs. UMBC L, 0-3 10-30 vs. Towson State L, 0-3 10-30 vs. Liberty L, 0-3 11-9 at Francis Marion W, 3-1 11-12 vs. Liberty $ L, 1-3 * Big South Conference Match ^ Georgia Tech Tourn.-Atlanta, Ga.

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  # Palmetto State Tourn.-Columbia, S.C. @ Seahawk Classic -Wilmington, N.C. $ Big South Tournament 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 10-24 at UNC Wilmington L, 2-3 10-28 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-29 Winthrop* W, 3-0 10-31 at Coll. of Charleston L, 0-3 11-3 at UNC Greensboro* L, 0-3 11-6 IUPUI W, 3-0 11-10 vs. Liberty $ W, 3-2 11-11 vs. UMBC $ L, 1-3 * Big South Conference Match ^ Georgia Southern Tourn.-Statesboro, Ga. & Coastal Tourn.-Conway, S.C. # VCU Tourn.-Richmond, Va. % UNC Charlotte Tourn.-Charlotte, N.C. $ Big South Tournament

1996 (27-7, 13-1 Big South) Big South Champions NCAA Tournament 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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1997 (15-13, 6-6 Big South) Head Coach: Tammi McCaudy-Lee Date Opponent Score 8-29 vs. Liberty ^ W, 3-1 8-29 vs. Illinois ^ L, 0-3 8-30 vs. Delaware ^ L, 2-3 8-30 at Virginia ^ L, 1-3 9-2 at Coll. of Charleston L, 2-3 9-5 Belmont % W, 3-0 9-5 Stetson % W, 3-1 9-6 Appalachian State % W, 3-0 9-6 East Carolina % L, 0-3 9-10 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 9-20 vs. Minnesota # L, 1-3 9-20 vs. Appalachian State # W, 3-0 9-21 at UNC Charlotte # W, 3-1 9-23 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 9-27 UNC Asheville* W, 3-0 9-28 UMBC L, 1-3 10-4 at Winthrop* W, 3-1 10-5 at UNC Asheville* W, 3-0 10-11 at Liberty* L, 2-3 10-12 at Radford* W, 3-1 10-21 Coll. of Charleston W, 3-0 10-24 Winthrop* L, 2-3 10-28 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 11-1 Liberty* L, 1-3 11-2 Radford* L, 1-3 11-8 at UMBC* L, 1-3 11-14 at UNC Asheville $ W, 3-2 11-15 vs. UMBC $ L, 0-3 * Big South Conference Match ^ Jefferson Cup-Charlottesville, Va. % Coastal Beach Classic-Conway, S.C. # UNC Charlotte Invit.-Charlotte, N.C. $ Big South Tourn.-Asheville, N.C. 1998 (23-13, 6-4 Big South) Big South Champions NCAA Tournament 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 ^ 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

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  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.

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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 10-4 at Radford* W, 3-0 10-5 at Liberty* L, 1-3 10-11 Winthrop* W, 3-1 10-12 UNC Asheville* W, 3-2 10-15 UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 10-18 Elon* W, 3-0 10-19 High Point* W, 3-0 10-22 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 10-26 at Birmingham-Southern L, 1-3 10-27 at Georgia State L, 0-3 11-1 Radford* W, 3-0 11-2 Liberty* L, 2-3 11-8 at Winthrop* W, 3-2 11-9 at UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 11-14 at Elon* W, 3-1 11-16 at High Point* W, 3-0 11-21 vs. Charleston Southern W, 3-0 11-22 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.

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 SheratonLAX Classic-Los Angeles, Calif. %GlaxoSmithKline UNC Volleyball ClassicChapel 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. $-Western New York Invitational-Buffalo, N.Y. #-Georgetown Classic-Washington, D.C. ^-Microtel Inn and Suites CCU ClassicConway, S.C. @Big South Tourn. 2007 (15-17, 6-6 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-24 vs. Tennessee Tech% L, 2-3 8-25 vs. Louisville% L, 0-3 8-25 vs. Memphis% L, 0-3 8-28 College of Charleston* W, 3-1 9-1 vs. McNesse State# W, 3-1 9-1 vs. Troy# L, 0-3 9-2 vs. Samford# L, 2-3 9-7 vs. Charlotte@ L, 0-3 9-8 vs. UNC Greensboro@ W, 3-1 9-8 vs. Morgan State@ W, 3-1 9-14 vs. Gardner-Webb$ 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

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  9-21 Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 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 L, 0-3 10-16 at Coll. of Charleston 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.

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$ 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 L, 0-3 10-23 Liberty* 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 High Point^ 11-20 UNC Asheville^ W, 3-0 11-21 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.

10-15 at Radford* L, 2-3 10-21 vs. UNC Asheville* L, 1-3 10-22 vs. Gardner-Webb* W, 3-0 10-25 at The Citadel W, 3-0 10-28 vs. Winthrop* L, 2-3 10-29 vs. Presbyterian* L, 0-3 11-1 vs. South Carolina State W, 3-0 11-5 at Charleston Southern* W, 3-1 11-11 at High Point* L, 1-3 11-12 at Campbell* W, 3-2 11-17 vs. Winthrop^ L, 1-3 *Big South Conference Match ^ Big South Tournament - Charleston, S.C. # UNCG Tournament - Greensboro, N.C. & JMU Days Inn Invitational - Harrisonburg, Va. ! Coastal Carolina Invitational - Conway, S.C. $ Davidson Tournament- Davidson, N.C.

2011 (13-20, 5-9 Big South) Head Coach: Kristen Bauer Date Opponent Score 8-26 at UNC Greensboro# W, 3-1 8-26 vs. North Carolina A&T# W, 3-0 8-27 vs. Evansville# L,0-3 8-27 vs. East Tennessee State# L, 2-3 9-2 vs. Robert Morris& L, 2-3 9-3 at James Madison& L, 0-3 9-3 vs. Lehigh& L, 0-3 9-9 vs. Gardner-Webb! W, 3-2 9-9 vs. Bradley! W, 3-1 9-10 vs. Iona! L, 3-1 9-13 at UNC Wilmington L, 0-3 9-16 at Davidson $ L, 0-3 9-17 vs. Norfolk State $ W, 3-0 9-17 vs. North Carolina A&T $ W, 3-0 9-23 at Presbyterian* L, 1-3 9-24 at Winthrop* L, 0-3 9-27 vs. College of Charleston L, 1-3 9-30 vs. Campbell* L, 1-3 10-1 vs. High Point* W, 3-0 10-7 vs. Charleston Southern* W, 3-0 10-11 at South Carolina State L, 1-3 10-14 at Liberty* L, 1-3

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 86 46 2009 20-14 10-6 9-3 5-7 6-3 71 56 2010 14-18 7-9 10-3 3-10 1-5 59 62 2011 13-20 5-9 6-6 4-10 3-4 58 65 TOTAL 439-452 157-118 195-102 116-170 89-105 1449 1606 *-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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    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

Big South 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) 2005- Katherine Jensen-Spencer (Second Team) 2006- Laura Obert (Second Team) 2007- Jill Nyhof (Second 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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Katherine Jensen-Spencer was named Big South Player of the Year and Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2005. She was named All-Big South first team in 2003, 2004 and 2005.

2008- Jill Nyhof (First Team) 2009- Jill Nyhof (First Team) 2010- Chelsy Kimes (First Team), Megan Bicford (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/All-Academic), Meghan Laffin (All-Freshman Team) 2011- Lian Bernett (All-Freshman), Lauren Alejo (All-Academic)

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   Games Played 1. 2.

132 131 131 130 130 130

4.

Digs

Set Assists

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

2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

Jennifer Hampton Jennifer Hampton Emilie Welch Jennifer Hampton Meagan Tracey

2002 2004 1998 2005 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

569 524 488 487 483

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

2005 2004 2008 2002 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

12.37 12.00 11.79 11.72 11.68

Jennifer Hampton Jennifer Hampton Jennifer Hampton Sarah Besemer Meagan Tracey

2002 2005 2004 2001 2007

Service Aces Kills Per Game 1. 2. 3.

5.22 4.56 4.09 4.09 4.08

5.

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

2005 2004 2002 2003 1999

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

Hitting PCT. (min. 100 kills) 1. 2. 3.

.388 .359 .353

Sandy Slepski Mindy Burst Mindy Burst

1990 1991 1990

73 63 62 60

Wendy Kutz Laura Egan Laura Egan Jennifer Hampton

1995 1990 1991 2002

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

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

Total Blocks Service Errors 1. 2.

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

1. 2. 3. 4.

607 560 552 525 472

Solo Blocks

Set Assists Per Game Kills

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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. 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 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. 4.

1. 2. 3.

132 130 128 127

2008 2009 2006 1998

.333 .285 .239

Digs 1990 1991 1992

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

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

2002 1996 1998 2004 2005

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

2002 2005 2004 2003 1996

Service Aces Kills Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

15.82 15.70 15.40 14.77 14.72

2002 2005 2004 2003 2007

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

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

2002 2006 1996 1999 1998

1. 2. 3.

290 280 263

373 368 356 296

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. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1995 1994 2011 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

Receiving Errors 1. 2. 3.

284 270 247

1995 1994 1996

Blocks Per Game 1. 2. 3.

4.36 3.90 2.36

Laura Egan holds two of the top three spots in service aces in a season with 63 in 1990 and 62 in 1991. She also holds the career record for service aces with 167.

1988 1989 2004

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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

2006-09 2007-10 2007-10 1998-02 2002-05 2007-10 2006-09 1994-97 2000-03 2003-06

Digs

(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 Chelsy Kimes Emma Prowse Melissa Gabriel Jeanne Lambert Katie Knutson Amy Bambenek Jill Nyhof

2003-05 2007-10 1996-97 1998-99 1998-02 1999-02 1994-97 2006-09

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 Brett Starbuck Katie Knutson Megan Pollard Katherine Jensen-Spencer Jennifer Hampton Sarah Bennett Kristin Rinne Chelsy Kimes Amy Bambenek

1998-02 2005-08 1999-02 2006-09 2003-05 2002-05 2000-03 2003-06 2007-10 1994-97

Total Attacks Kills 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 2007-10 Katherine Jensen-Spencer 2003-05 Jeanne Lambert 1998-02 Katie Knutson 1999-02 Sarah Bennett 2000-03 Jill Nyhof 2006-09 Amy Bambenek 1994-97 Autumn Staab 1995-98 Megan Bickford 2007-10 Laura Obert 2003-06

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

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

Chelsy Kimes Jeanne Lambert Katie Knutson Kathrine Jensen-Spencer Sarah Bennett Amy Bambenek

2007-10 1998-02 1999-02 2003-05 2000-03 1994-97

Hitting Pct. (min. 600 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4.

.309 .307 .296 .292

Mindy Burst Megan Bickford Sandy Slepski Lynn Smith

1990-93 2007-10 1990-93 1988-90

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

2002-05 2006-09 1994-97 1990-93 1999-00 2008-11 1989-92 1998 2001-02

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

5,479 4,231 3,650 2,747 2,072 1,654 1,527 1,347 1,289

Assists Per Game (min. 200 & 2 yrs.)

Chelsy Kimes is Coastal Carolina’s all-time leader in kills and is second in kills 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 2006-09 1994-97 1990-93 1996-97

Service Aces 1. 167 2. 166 2. 159

Name

Laura Egan Chelsy Kimes Alicia Pulchinski

Solo Blocks 1. 256 2. 248 3. 197

Sonya Trimbath Mindy Burst Sandy Slepski

1988-89 1990-93 1990-93

Assisted Blocks 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

2006-09 2007-10 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 2006-09 2007-10 2003-06 1990-93 1990-93 1997-00 1995-98 1999-02 2003-06

Blocks Per Set (min. 100 total 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 2006-09 1990-93 2007-10

1989-92 2007-10 1996-99

All-Time Coastal Carolina Volleyball Head Coaches Years Overall Big South

Kristen Bauer Tammi McCaudy-Lee Debbie Fore Chuck Hood Gina Markland

1999-2011 1992-1998 1988-1991 1987 1986

223-196 110-117 51-63 16-19 16-20

110-76 34-35 14-12 5-1 n/a

Jennifer Hampton is Coastal Carolina’s alltime leader in assists and assists per game. She is the only Chanticleer to register more than 5,000 assists in a career.

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  ABBOTT, Joanna (1992-94, 77g, 49k. 179a, 82d, 4b) ALLISON, Michelle (1989-92, 429g, 479k, 1527a, 974d, 87b) ALEJO, Lauren (2010-pres., 220g, 21k, 752a, 394d, 4b) AUTRY, Simone (2008-2011, 19g, 1k, 1a, 5d, 1b) BAILEY, Kindra (2010-pres., 145g, 277k, 3a, 29d, 94b) 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) BERNETT, Lian (2011-pres., 97g, 275k, 26a, 215d, 28b) 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)

HARVEY, Melanie (1999-2000, 118g, 7k, 257a, 213d, 2b) 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., 203g, 417k, 11a, 119d, 109b) 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 (2008-11, 304g, 651k, 34a, 501d, 90b) LIVESAY, Sierra (2009-2010, 244g, 434k, 40a, 336d, 88b) LYLES, Jennifer (1998-99, 19g, 17k, 4a, 9d, 2b)

RIFFLE, Courtney (2001, 3g, 1k, 0a, 45d, 0b) 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) SKRYD, Sam (2011-pres., 94g, 63k, 836a, 215d, 29b) SLEPSKI, Sandy (1990-93, 441g, 800k, 22a, 997d, 312b) SMITH, Lynn (1988, 1990, 183g, 219k, 135a, 422d, 97b) STAFFORD, Taylor (2011-pres., 76g, 50k, 1a, 24d, 35b) STARBUCK, Brett (2005-2008, 391g, 131k, 428a, 1641d, 29b) STAUB, Autumn (1995-98, 443g, 1195k, 61a, 532d, 276b) STOIKE, Suzanna (2003-present, 5g, 0k, 2a, 6d, 0b) STOWERS, Becky (2007-2009, 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)

EGAN, Laura (1989-92, 349g, 692k, 11a, 1100d, 65b)

MARSHALL, Angela (1990-91, 63g, 58k, 16a, 100d, 29b) MARTIN, Katie (2011-pres., 123g, 243k, 6a, 90d, 88b) MAUCK, Kelsie (2008-11, 274g, 101k, 1654a, 369d, 52b) MCGWIN, Melissa (2011-pres., 1g, 0k, 0a, 0d, 0b) 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)

FENILI, Kacy (1997, 61g, 117k, 10a, 97d, 9b) FOWLE, Michelle (2010-pres., 10g, 4k, 0a, 7d, 2b)

NESS, Heather (1997, 78g, 10k, 18a, 153d, 2b) NYHOF, Jill (2006-2009, 501g, 1276k, 40a, 340d, 452b)

ZELLER, Amy (2002, 34g, 0k, 6a, 25d, 0b)

GABRIEL, Melissa (1998-99, 226g, 787k, 23a, 719d, 58b) GARWACKI, Karen (2000, 2g, 0k, 0a, 1d, 0b) GILL, Lindsay (2010-pres., 243g, 4k, 139a, 993d, 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)

OBERT, Laura (2003-06, 448g, 986k, 34a, 268d, 396b) O’NEIL, Amy (1996, 89g, 5k, 2a, 70d, 0b)

DANDRIDGE, Karen (1989, 14g, 1k, 0a, 18d, 0b) DIMAGGIO, Jamie (2011-pres., 112g, 4k, 19a, 251d, 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)

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)

Legend:

HADLEY, Cathy (1988, 87g, 48k, 2a, 53d, 40b) HAMPTON, Jennifer (2002-05, 462g, 559k, 5479a, 1347d, 161b)

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PALKA, Samantha (2009-present, 52g, 5k, 4a, 38d, 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)

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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Associate A.D.-Media Relations .............................................. Mike Cawood Office Phone....................................................................... 843-349-2822 Email......................................................................... cawood@coastal.edu Assistant Media Relations Director ..............................................Cody Bays Office Phone....................................................................... 843-349-2840 Email............................................................................ cbays@coastal.edu Media Relations Assistant/Volleyball Contact .........................Sean Forrester Office Phone........................................................................ 843-349-2840 Email.........................................................................sforreste@coastal.edu Media Relations Assistant ......................................................... Paul Hershey Office Phone........................................................................ 843-349-2848 E-mail ......................................................................phershey@coastal.edu Office fax ................................................................................. 843-349-2819 Address ....................................... Coastal Carolina Athletic Media Relations ........................................................................................ P.O. Box 261954 ................................... (Overnight Address: 132 Chanticleer Drive West) ...........................................................................Conway, SC 29528-6054 TO GET CCU VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Contact the Media Relations Office or visit

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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.

DIRECTIONS TO COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

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. Charles L. Watson Baseball Stadium and Brooks Stadium are visible on the right from University Boulevard. To get to the Softball Field, the Track & Field Complex or The HTC Center (basketball/volleyball), turn right onto Chanticleer Drive West. 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.

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MEDIA OUTLETS 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 Email: sbowen@thesunnews.com The Chanticleer P.O. Box 261954 Conway, SC 29528 Phone: 843-349-2330 Fax: 843-349-2743 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 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 Director 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 Fax: 800-336-0383

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#1 Melissa McGwin R-Fr., MB/RS, 6-3 Rochester, N.Y.

#2 Lindsay Gill Jr., DS, 5-7 Ashburn, Va.

#3 Lauren Alejo Jr., S, 5-5 Monument, Colo.

#4 Katie Martin So., MB, 6-1 Rohnert Park, Calif.

#5 Kindra Bailey Jr., MB, 6-0 Irmo, S.C.

#6 Jenna Orner So., DS, 5-3 Carlisle, Pa.

#7 Monica Hall Fr., OH/RS, 6-3 Niverville, N.Y.

#8 Jamie DiMaggio Sr., DS, 5-8 Crystal Lake, Ill.

#9 Lian Bernett So., OH/RS, 6-1 Leesburg, Va.

#10 Meghan Laffin Jr., OH/RS, 6-2 Holbrook, N.Y.

#11 Michelle Fowle Jr., DS, 5-9 Gaithersburg, Md.

#12 Taylor Stafford So., OH/RS, 6-1 San Antonio, Texas

#13 Eszter Nagy Fr., MB, 6-3 Budapest, Hungary

#14 Sam Skryd Jr., S, 5-9 Naperville, Ill.

#16 Samantha Palka Sr., OH/DS, 5-11 Tonawanda, N.Y.

Jozsef Forman Head Coach

Gabe Aramian Assistant Coach

Dan Rhodes Assistant Coach

#18 Gabriella Horvath Fr., OH/RS, 6-3 Budapest, Hungary

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