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Sat. O & W Scrimmage 1:00 PM Big Orange Bash - Clemson, SC Aug. 27 Fri. Jacksonville 7:00 PM Aug. 28 Sat. Tennessee Tech 12:00 PM Sug. 28 Sat. Albany 6:00 PM 2010 Carolina Challenge by Hilton Garden - Rock Hill, SC Sept. 3 Fri. South Carolina 5:00 PM Sept. 4 Sat. Winthrop 10:00 AM Sept. 4 Sat. College of Charleston 5:30 PM Michigan State Tournament - East Lansing, MI Sept. 10 Fri. Michigan State 7:00 PM Sept. 11 Sat. Eastern Michigan 10:00 AM Sept. 11 Sat. Eastern Illinois 4:30 PM Clemson Classic - Clemson, SC Sept. 17 Fri. Georgia Tech 7:00 PM Sept. 18 Sat. Georgia State 12:00 PM* Sept. 19 Sun. Florida A&M 1:00 PM Sept. 24 Fri. Wake Forest 7:00 PM Sept. 25 Sat. Duke 6:00 PM

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*Time could change due to football game time; Dig Pink Match; Home Match


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Many have said that experience is the best teacher. Perhaps that’s why students who attend Clemson University not only seek superior academics, they look for broader opportunities--hands-on learning, a stronger sense of family and community, and a powerful connection to the world around them. The best of both worlds, Clemson is redefining the term “top-tier research university” by combining the scientific and technological horsepower of a major research university with the highly engaged academic and social environment of a private, liberal arts college. Described as the perfect blend of geography, camraderie and scholarship, Clemson is more than just a steppingstone to academic excellence. It’s the gateway to the rest of your life. The Clemson Experience is different for every student. There are countless opportunities to participate in decades of tradition, perform community service and pursue challenging learning situations. Clemson is a vibrant, student-centered community that thrives on leadership, collaboration, public service, relevant research and a winning spirit -- in academics, athletics and life. Whatever your interests, Clemson goes beyond textbooks and lectures to provide an environment where you can play, discover, innovate and apply what you’ve learned to leave a lasting impression on the rest of the world.

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LEMSON M P U S L I F E Clemson University offers countless opportunities for students, faculty and community members to participate in decades of tradition, improve quality of life for their surrounding communities and pursue academic challenges. Ranked as the 22nd best national public university by U.S.News and World Report, Clemson is a vibrant student-centered community that thrives on leadership, collaboration and a winning spirit — in academics, athletics and life. To become one of the country’s top-tier research universities, Clemson University has combined the scientific and technological horsepower of a major research university with the academic and social environment of a small college. Just as founder Thomas Green Clemson intertwined his life with the state’s economic and educational development, this University’s students and faculty impact lives daily with their research and service. Clemson is a haven for students who work hard and play hard. With more than 300 student-run organizations on campus ranging from community service and professional to sports and social organizations, you’re sure to find one you’re interested in. We offer programs and events that showcase the many cultures, customs and celebrations that are part of this Clemson family. Our campus services like housing and parking ensure you have what you need to live and play on campus. Our recreation facilities are top-notch. Our entertainment groups bring a variety of shows to campus each year. And our student governments make sure you have a voice. So don’t sit on the sidelines. Come make the best of your campus experience.

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The signs on the side of the highway as you enter Clemson say “Clemson: In Season Every Season.” From the point of view of most Clemson graduates, the seasons this slogan speaks of are football, basketball, baseball, etc. But a drive through town in the middle of spring, when the azaleas and dogwoods are in full bloom, or a walk through campus in October, when the trees are blazing in the brilliant colors of autumn, will leave little doubt that Clemson is indeed in season, every season. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and caressed by the shores of beautiful Lake Hartwell, Clemson is located in the northwest corner of South Carolina, two hours northeast of Atlanta, GA and two hours southwest of Charlotte, NC. The friendly residents of Clemson and the surrounding towns welcome visitors each year with a true dose of southern hospitality. With its college-town, lakefront setting against a backdrop of mountains and forests, Clemson is characterized by a strong sense of community, a commitment to service and a love of winning – in academics, in athletics and in life.

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Since its inception in 1991, the Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs have provided student-athletes a continued commitment to excellence. Our approach is to address the total student-athlete, and we are committed to coaching our student-athletes to success in the academic, personal growth, career, and community service arenas. As an original member of the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, we provide opportunities and services to address the changing needs and skills of student-athletes during college and after graduation. This program was selected for the Division I-A Athletic Director’s Association “Program of Excellence” Award, a lifetime award recognizing CHAMP/ Life Skills excellence. The Student-Athlete Enrichment Programs are housed in Vickery Hall, located in the center of campus. The $3-million structure is as impressive aesthetically as other athletic facilities. It recently underwent $300,000 in renovations to further assist our studentathletes in the classroom. But the importance of Vickery Hall to our student-athletes is not found in the structure itself, but in the many programs that the building houses. Vickery Hall opened in the fall of 1991 and was the first facility in the country constructed solely to provide academic support to student-athletes. The two-story, 27,000 square-foot building is open all day and into the evening hours to accommodate the student-athletes’ extended schedules. Our programs are dedicated to provide a holistic, educational experience by inspiring an environment of respect, integrity, and excellence. Through these services, Vickery guides and encourages each individual to reach his or her full potential as a student, athlete, and citizen.


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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Clemson University has one of the finest weight rooms in the country. In 2004, the weight room was drastically remodeled, receiving a more modern and updated look as well as a more functional layout. Some of the new and updated features of the weight room include a state-of-the-art sound system, eight flat-screen plasma televisions, state-of-the-art ventilation system, new lighting system, 10 new multi-functional Clemson power racks, Mondo rubber flooring throughout entire weight room, new orange upholstery on all equipment, new paint on surrounding walls and columns, carpeting in entrances and offices and a reconstruction of the entryway walls. The nearly 15,000 square foot facility boasts over 12 tons of weight equipment and lines of Nautilus and Hammer Strength machines. The vast amount of equipment allows the weight room to be used by a number of teams simultaneously. The plush atmosphere provides an interesting contrast to the physical exertion that takes place in the facility. The Tiger Strength and Conditioning program is on the cutting edge of athletic sports enhancement. The multiple training methodologies utilized by the Clemson strength staff ensures that each athlete gets the maximum benefit from resistance training, speed development, nutritional consultation, and sports specific conditioning. ATHLETIC TRAINING Clemson student-athletes in all sports now have the luxury of one of the top athletic training facilities in the nation. In the fall of 2000, the facility completed a $750,000 renovation and was renamed the Hoover Training Facility. The spacious facility features the latest in athletic training needs. There are offices for the employees and new taping tables, the latest in rehabilitation facilities, including stationary bikes, elliptical machines and an underwater treadmill, and a large hydro-therapy area. The Hoover Athletic  Training Facility is state-of-the-art in every aspect. It includes offices for staff and physicians, an orthopedic examination room, a conference room, and library. Best of all, the facility has plenty of space for all athletic training needs.


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Clemson University athletics is dedicated to creating and maintaining a positive image for the university within the surrounding communities through a commitment to service. By enabling student-athletes to identify and share their time, talents, and abilities, Clemson’s student-athletes demonstrate a commitment to the community, and also grow as engaged citizens. Headed by Linda White, the Community Relations among studentathletes has reached new highs. In the 2009-10 academic year, Clemson’s student-athletes completed a total of 5,180 hours of service, or an average of almost 11.5 hours per athlete. That’s the equivalent of 3,453 soccer matches, 7,770 basketball games, and more than 5,000 volleyball matches! Clemson’s commitment to service reaches across several initiatives for players and coaches, including Shop With A Coach, Relay for Life, Be A T.I.G.E.R. Field Day, trips to various shelters and elementary schools, as well as hundreds of other initiatives from churches to the Special Olympics. Perhaps the most unique part of Clemson’s efforts is the Be a T.I.G.E.R. program. Clemson continues to be the only Division-I athletics program that uses a comprehensive character education initiative in its outreach activities. As a member of an athletic program at Clemson, student-athletes and coaches can expect to have countless opportunities to enrich the lives of the surrounding community, a crucial part of student-athlete development.

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General Information/Index General Information

Location............................................................................. Clemson, SC Founded....................................................................................... 1889 Enrollment................................................................................. 19,111 President.................................................. James F. Barker (Clemson ‘70) Athletic Director................................ Dr. Terry Don Phillips (Arkansas ‘70) Athletic Department Phone............................................... 864.656.1935 Conference....................................................................... Atlantic Coast Nickname..................................................................................... Tigers Colors (CMYK)...................... Clemson Orange (0-70-100-0) and Regalia (81-100-0-5) Arena (Capacity)........................................................ Jervey Gym (2,000) Senior Women’s Administrator...............................Barbara Kennedy-Dixon Dixon Office Phone.......................................................... 864.656.2095

Coaching Staff

Head Coach............................................................ Jolene Jordan Hoover Alma Mater............................................................... Illinois State ‘86 Clemson Record (17 seasons)................................... 360-195 (0.649) Overall Record (20 seasons)...................................... 453-226 (0.667) Office Phone............................................................... 864.656.1931 Assistant Coach..........................................Jodi Steffes Welp (6th season) Alma Mater.................................................................... Clemson, ‘02 Assistant Coach.............................................. Derek Schmitt (1st season) Alma Mater............................................ Eastern Nazarene College, ‘95 Volunteer Assistant Coach............................................. Danielle Hepburn Alma Mater..................................................................... Clemson ‘09

History

First Year of Volleyball.................................................................... 1977 All-Time Record........................................................................ 712-464 NCAA Tournament Appearances/Last............................................ 8/2009 Last postseason opponent................................................... Oregon, 2009 Result......................................................................................... L, 0-3

2009 Review

Overall Record.............................................................................. 23-10 Conference Record/FInish.......................................................... 13-7/4th Final 2009 AVCA Ranking.................................................................. NA

2010 Team Information

Letterwinners Returning (10): Sandra Adeleye, Brittany Fennell, Lacy Hayes, Brooke Kohler, Tanya Mirutenko, Morgann Mitchell*, Cansu Ozdemir, Natalie Patzin, Alexa Rand, Serenat Yaz Letterwinners Lost (4): Didem Ege, Kelsey Murphy, Lia Proctor, Jessica Williams Starters Returning (4): Sandra Adeleye, Natalie Patzin, Cansu Ozdemir, Alexa Rand Starters Lost (3): Didem Ege, Kelsey Murphy, Didem Ege 2010 Newcomers (5): Hannah Brenner, Camila Rosado, Moneshia Simmons, Jennifer Lane, Lindsey O’Connell * - Did not play the 2009 season

Sports Information

Assistant AD/Sports Information Director.................................Tim Bourret Senior Associate SID.........................................................Sam Blackman Associate SID.................................................................. Brian Hennessy Assistant SID....................................................................... Philip Sikes Assistant SID/volleyball contact.................................................Jeff Kallin Phone........................................................................ 864.656.1920 Email..................................................................jkallin@clemson.edu Website Coordinator............................................................... Libby Kehn Sports Information Main Number...................................... 864.656.2114 Sports Information Fax..................................................... 864.656.0299 Mailing Address.................................................................... P.O. Box 31 .......................................................................... Clemson, SC 29633 Overnight Address..................................................... 100 Perimeter Road .......................................................................... Clemson, SC 29634 Website.............................................................. www.clemsontigers.com

1 Index General Information Table of Contents/ Quick Facts........................ 1 Jervey Gymnasium......................................... 2 Clemson Volleyball......................................... 4 Rosters......................................................... 6 2010 Season Preview.................................... 8 Media Information....................................... 10 Support Staff.............................................. 10 Opponents Big Orange Bash.......................................... 12 2010 Carolina Challenge.............................. 12 Clemson Classic.......................................... 13 Spartan Invitational..................................... 13 ACC Opponents........................................... 14 Meet the 2010 Tigers Upperclassmen Sandra Adeleye.................................... 16 Brittany Fennell................................... 17 Lacy Hayes.......................................... 18 Brooke Kohler...................................... 19 Tanya Mirutenko.................................. 20 Cansu Ozdemir.................................... 21 Natalie Patzin...................................... 22 Alexa Rand.......................................... 23 Serenat Yaz......................................... 24 Newcomers A-0..................................................... 25 P-Z..................................................... 26

Meet the 2010 Coaching Staff Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover........................... 28 Assistant Coaches Jodi Steffes Welp................................. 31 Derek Schmitt..................................... 32 2009 Season In Review Bullet Notes/ Results........................... 34 Final Statistics.................................... 35 Senior Tribute...................................... 36 Records Individual Records Match Records.................................... 38 Freshman Records............................... 40 Season Records................................... 41 Career Records.................................... 42 Class Records...................................... 43 Stat Rankings...................................... 43 Team Records Match Records.................................... 44 Year-by-Year Stats................................ 44 Season Records................................... 45 Starting Lineups.................................. 46 Against All Competition (by team)......... 47 Against All Competition (by conf.)......... 48 Top-25 Wins........................................ 48

All-Time Results 1977-1981......................................... 49 1982-1986......................................... 50 1987-1992......................................... 51 1993-1997......................................... 52 1998-2003......................................... 53 2004-2009......................................... 54 History Tiger Timeline.............................................. 56 Great Clemson Teams 1997.................................................. 58 1999.................................................. 59 2007.................................................. 60 Tiger Volleyball Stars.................................... 61 Yearly Leaders............................................. 64 Yearly Coaching Records............................... 65 Letterwinners.............................................. 66 Tournament Honors...................................... 67 Honors and Awards...................................... 68 Academic Honors........................................ 70 Credits: The 2010 Clemson volleyball media guide was written, edited and designed by Assistant Sports Information Director Jeff Kallin and Graduate Assistant SID Chandler Carver. Outside cover designed by Jeff Kallin. Special thanks to the following people for their assistance with this publication: Sam Blackman, Tim Bourret, Chandler Carver, and Philip Sikes. Photos provided by Rob Biggerstaff, Rex Brown, Kerry Capps, Eddie Cliffe, Mark Crammer, Daryl Glubczynski, Craig Mahaffey, Frederick Park, Vern Verna, Bob Waldrop and Patrick Wright.


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

ACC - - - 1-1 3-1 1-3 2-1 1-3 1-1 2-0 2-0 2-2 2-2 2-2 5-2 7-0 6-1 4-3 6-2 6-2 7-1 3-5 2-6 4-4 4-4 3-6 4-7 9-2 11-0 8-1 7-4 115-66

Pct. - - - .500 .750 .250 .667 .250 .500 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .714 1.000 .857 .571 .750 .750 .875 .375 .250 .500 .500 .333 .364 .818 1.000 .889 .636 .635

Overall 9-1 0-3 3-1 3-2 5-3 5-6 3-6 6-4 9-6 12-4 16-1 12-3 13-5 14-3 13-4 14-1 12-4 8-6 13-2 12-2 14-1 7-7 7-8 12-4 11-6 13-8 7-8 13-3 16-3 13-3 12-6 296-122

Pct. .900 .000 .750 .600 .625 .455 .333 .600 .600 .750 .941 .800 .722 .824 .765 .933 .750 .571 .867 .857 .933 .500 467 .750 .647 .619 .467 .813 .842 .813 .667 .708

Date 11/9/07 8/28/09 9/13/05 11/16/07 8/31/06 10/26/07 10/30/07 9/29/06 12/1/07 11/30/07

Opponent W L Duke W South Carolina L South Carolina W Florida State W South Carolina L North Carolina W Georgia Tech W Miami W UCLA L Alabama W

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Score 3-1 2-3 3-0 3-0 2-3 3-1 3-1 3-1 1-3 3-1

Category Most Kills Most Total Attempts Best Percentage Most Service Aces Most Block Solos Most Block Assists Most Assists Most Digs

Against All Opponents Stat Opponent 93 Florida State 93 Maryland 282 Maryland .563 Charleston So. 26 Augusta Col. 18 Middle Tenn. St. 33 Bradley 94 Florida State 149 Maryland

Category Most Kills Most Total Attempts Best Percentage Most Service Aces Most Block Solos Most Block Assists Most Assists Most Digs

Against ACC Opponents Stat Opponent 93 Florida State 93 Maryland 282 Maryland .409 Maryland 19 Virginia 11 Maryland 32 Florida State 32 Wake Forest 32 North Carolina 94 Florida State 149 Maryland

Date 10/11/96 11/17/06 11/8/86 9/20/96 9/5/89 9/21/91 9/16/89 10/11/96 11/8/86

Date 10/11/96 11/17/06 11/8/86 10/8/93 10/18/85 11/8/86 10/11/96 10/10/98 10/14/06 10/11/96 11/8/86

Clemson Individual Records Against All Opponents Category Stat Name Opponent Most Kills 32 Robin Kibben Auburn 32 Julie Rodriguez Florida State 32 Brittany Ross Ga. Tech Most Total Attempts 82 Jeannette Abbott Duke Kristin Swanson Wofford Best Percentage .923 (Minimum of 10 Total Attempts) Service Aces 10 Joy Fleming Virginia Most Block Solos 7 Wendy Anderson N.Carolina UNC-Charlotte 7 Joy Fleming Most Block Assists 12 Julie Marx Bradley Most Assists 86 Michelle Thieke Floirda State Anna Vallinch North Carolina Most Digs 35

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Attend. 2200 2175 2135 1900 1823 1800 1750 1672 1672 1604

Against ACC Opponents Category Stat Name Opponent Most Kills 32 Julie Rodriguez Florida State Georgia Tech 32 Brittany Ross Most Total Attempts 82 Jeannette Abbott Duke Best Percentage .778 Jill Heavey Maryland (Minimum of 10 Total Attempts) Service Aces 10 Joy Fleming Virginia Most Block Solos 7 Wendy Anderson N. Carolina Most Block Assists 11 Cindy Stern Wake Forest 11 Marija Zoric Georgia Tech Most Assists 86 Michelle Thieke Florida State North Carolina Most Digs 35 Anna Vallinch

Date 9/11/93 10/11/96 11/15/05 10/28/06 9/18/02 10/18/85 10/17/86 11/11/86 9/16/89 10/11/96 9/25/04

Date 10/11/96 11/15/05 10/28/06 10/8/93 10/18/85 10/17/86 10/10/98 10/11/02 10/11/96 9/25/04

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Name Sandra Adeleye Hannah Brenner Brittany Fennell Lacy Hayes Brooke Kohler Jennifer Lane Tanya Mirutenko Morgann Mitchell Lindsey O’Connell Cansu Ozdemir Natalie Patzin Alexa Rand Camila Rosado Moneshia Simmons Serenat Yaz

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Hometown High School/Club Team Major Katy, TX Katy High School/Texas Elite English Orrville, OH Orrville HS/ Cleveland Volleyball Company (CVC) Nursing Hendersonville, NC West Hendersonville/Biltmore Volleyball Club Health Science Cypress, TX Cy-Fair/Texas Elite Sociology Jupiter, FL Jupiter/Treasure Coast Health Science Charlotte, NC Providence HS/ Carolina Juniors Volleyball Pre-Business Hawthorn Woods, IL Lake Forest Academy/Sports Performance Economics Peachtree City, GA McIntosh HS/Tsunami Communication Studies Cary, NC Green Hope HS/ Triangle Volleyball Club History Istanbul, Turkey Yuzyil Isil Lisesi/Eczacibasi Sports Club Genetics Naperville, IL Benet Academy/Sports Performance Bioengineering Mentor, OH Mentor HS/Cleveland Volleyball Company (CVC) Special Education Aguas Buenas, PR Colegio Rosa-Bell (Guaynabo, PR) Psychology Buford, GA Mill Creek HS/ NFVBC Communication Studies Istanbul, Turkey Bostanci Ozel Doga Lisesi/Vakifbank Gunes Sigorta Youth General Engineering

HEAD COACH: Jolene Jordan Hoover ASSISTANT COACHES: Jodi Steffes Welp, Derek Schmitt VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH: Matt Shea Pronunciation Guide: Sandra Adeleye a-duh-LAY-uh Brittany Fennell FEN-ell Brooke Kohler KOH-ler Cansu Ozdemir jahn-SU ohz-DUH-meer cam-EE-lah roh-ZAH-doh Camila Rosado Moneshia Simmons moh-NEE-shuh

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Numerical Roster # Player 1.................................. Serenat Yaz 2.............................Sandra Adeleye 3............................ Brittany Fennell 4..........................Morgann Mitchell 5........................... Tanya Mirutenko 6............................... Jennifer Lane 7................................ Cami Rosado 9............................. Cansu Ozdemir 10.............................Brooke Kohler 11.................................Lacy Hayes 13....................... Lindsey O’Connell 14.............................Natalie Patzin 15......................... Hannah Brenner 17.................................Alexa Rand 22..................... Moneshia Simmons

Back Row (L-R): Matt Shea (Vol. Asst. Coach), Derek Schmitt (Asst. Coach), Serenat Yaz, Brooke Kohler, Mo Simmons, Brittany Fennell, Alexa Rand, Lacey Hayes, Sandra Adeleye, Jodi Welp (Asst. Coach), Jolene Jordan Hoover (Head Coach) Front Row (L-R): Kelley Harrison (athletic trainer), Jennifer Lane, Camila Rosado, Cansu Ozdemir, Morgann Mitchell, Lindsey O’Connell, Hannah Brenner, Natalie Patzin, Molly Mattson (student manager)

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Serenat Yaz 6-1 • So. • OH/RS Istanbul, Turkey

Sandra Adeleye 6-0 • So. • MH Katy, TX

Brittany Fennell 6-2 • Jr. • MH Hendersonville, NC

Morgann Mitchell 5-11 • So. • DS/OH Peachtree City, GA

Tanya Mirutenko 5-7 • So. • DS Hawthorn Woods, IL

Jennifer Lane 5-5 • Fr. • DS/S Charlotte, NC

Camila Rosado 5-10 • Fr. • DS Aguas Buenas, PR

Cansu Ozdemir 6-0 • Sr. • OH/RS Istanbul, Turkey

Brooke Kohler 6-2 • *So. • OH Jupiter, FL

Lacy Hayes 6-2 • *So. • S/RS Cypress, TX

Lindsey O’Connell 5-11 • Fr. • OH Cary, NC

Natalie Patzin 5-10 • So. • OH Naperville, IL

Hannah Brenner 5-10 • Fr. • S Orrsville, OH

Alexa Rand 6-3 • So. • MH Mentor, OH

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After losing a trio of All-ACC performers due to graduation, the 2010 Clemson Volleyball team will feature plenty of youth as they trek toward a school-record fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearance. With only one senior and two juniors on the roster, the Tigers can put themselves in great position to be a major player on the national scene for years to come. Departed seniors Kelsey Murphy, Lia Proctor, and Didem Ege each were crucial elements of the Tigers’ success in each of the past three seasons. They were only the second class in school history to reach the NCAA Tournament three times, and they all played significant roles on Clemson’s 2007 ACC Championship team, which went 21-1 in league play. “We lost our quarterback (setter Murphy), our top offensive player (Proctor, 472 kills), and our top defensive player (Ege, 607 digs),” says head coach Jolene Jordaon Hoover, who enters her 17th season at the helm. “It’s going to be interesting because those three were mainstays for four solid years. Once they’re gone is when you realize how much they did for the team. We’re going to be pretty young, so we are going to need some people contribute more because of it.” Murphy developed into the conference’s most well-rounded setter, leading the Tigers to a top three hitting percentage in each of her last three seasons. Additionally, she became the only player in league history to record 5,000 assists, 1,000 digs, and 400 blocks in a career. Ege leaves as the ACC’s all-time leader in career digs (2,303) and digs per set (4.88). She was the 2009 ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and an All-ACC selection each of the past three seasons. She played in every match for her entire four-year career, and had a reputation for quietly putting up big numbers. Proctor also appeared in every set in her college career, and her athletic play from the outside had her regarded as one of the most feared hitters in the league. She was twice named to the All-ACC team, and finished her career with more than 1,400 kills. Despite the loss of the three star players, the Tigers have a stable of younger players who are ready to make their mark in the orange and white. Hoover used a steady rotation of five freshman a season ago, and actually returns four of the top five finishers in kills on the team a season ago. The name of the game for the Tigers in 2010 is youthful athleticism, as Clemson has

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several outstanding top-class athletes in the freshman and sophomore classes. “Youth can be very fun, but can also be very stressful at times,” explained Hoover. “I don’t think they understand the pressure they’ll feel in certain situations. The good part is we have a lot of talent and physicality. When you look at us athletically, you can get very excited. But, it’s going to be about tempo and consistency.” Roster Overview Cansu Ozdemir begins her fourth season for the Tigers, and is the only senior on the team. The Istanbul, Turkey native played in all 33 matches a season ago, starting 23 of them, and developed into one of the most consistent players on the floor for Hoover’s team. She will be relied upon for floor leadership throughout the season. “Cansu has been a fantastic leader and glue type player,” says Hoover. She gives so much out on the floor and I think that was evident last season. It seemed the team would just click and communicate when she was on the floor. Cansu has made it very difficult to keep her off the court, and I think she’s excited to be the lone senior. We need her to keep giving.” Junior Brittany Fennell was a significant contributor as a freshman in 2008, but fell out of the rotation after an injury in 2009, playing in only xx matches. She matched her production in the time she did play, and will be considered a more-than-capable backup in the middle, and she could see time as a starter as well. The anchor of the team will be the six-member sophomore class, which features 2009 All-ACC selection Sandra Adeleye and ACC All-freshman team member Alexa Rand in the middle. Along with Natalie Patzin, the Tigers actually return three of their top four contributors in kills from 2008. Additionally, Serenat Yaz appeared in more than 110 sets and saw significant action on the outside toward the end of the season. Lacy Hayes, a redshirt sophomore will compete for the setting job. The 6-2 Texas native spent her freshman season on the outside so Hoover could get her on the floor, but she was unable to play ahead of Murphy. This season, she will have ample opportunity to quarterback the offense. For the second straight season, the freshman class will be relied upon to contribute significantly immediately. Five freshmen pepper the roster, headlined by Moneshia Simmons, who is ranked as the #67 player in the class by PrepVolleyball.com. Playing primarily in the middle in high school, Simmons may be called upon to move outside due to her elite athleticism that earned her All-Region honors in volleyball and basketball in Georgia. Hannah Brenner, a setter from Ohio, will immediately challenge for playing time to help fill the void left by Murphy, a four-year starter herself. Cami Rosado of Puerto Rico has a long list of accomplishment from the beach and AAU courts that will make her a prime contender for the libero spot this season. By Position Middles Clemson will field arguably the best stable of middles in the conference in 2010. Sophomore Sandra Adeleye and Alexa Rand, both member of the ACC all-Freshman team, are a two-headed monster. Adeleye proved herself to be one of the top offensive players in the conference, using her explosive athleticism to the tune of a 3.09 kills/set average while hitting .386, which ranked third in the conference. “Sandra is so fun to watch anyway, and if she can keep improving, that will help our team and be help in her leadership. It will be fun to watch her.” Rand, one of two players ahead of Adeleye, hit .391, a record for a Clemson freshman, while playing in 123 sets, and averaging 1.95 kills/set. The two were ranked in the top-15 nationally in hitting percentage offensively, and give the Tigers two solid options. “Individually, with the return of our two middles who put those numbers, we’d love to see them improve, said Hoover. “That will be tough, with a new setter, so we are going to have to get them to understand that they may need to be more communicative with the setter. There will be a learning curve in there.” Brittany Fennell could be a factor here as well, as the junior hopes for a full season of good health. She did appear in 27 sets in 2009, hitting .348 and averaging 1.07 blocks per set. Defensively, Clemson’s middles are among the most athletic, and divert an extraordinary amount of attacks. Those three players accounted for 297 total blocks in 2009, with Rand finishing second in the conference and setting a freshman record with 1.28 per set, and Adeleye getting her hands on 1.16 per set. In fact, as a team the Tigers ranked number-one in the conference and


2010 Season Outlook 14th nationally in blocking at 2.74 per set, while also hitting into the fewest block of anyone in the league. Right Side/ Outside Hitters Ozdemir played 115 sets last season and had 133 kills from the right side, while also recording 201 digs and 56 total blocks. She will be looked upon to anchor and stabilize the team. Ozdemir is a consistent player, who is not shy around the net. Another option for the Tigers will be fellow Istanbul, Turkey native and sophomore Serenat Yaz, who saw a lot of significant time toward the end of the season. Yaz hits well, and is a smart player with adequate defensive abilities. Brooke Kohler, a redshirt sophomore, will also compete for playing time, but has limited experience due to shoulder surgery as a freshman. Hayes could also get a look here, depending on how she plays as a setter. Freshman Mo Simmons will likely be looked upon to fill the void left by Proctor as an outside hitter. Although she played primarily in the middle in high school, Simmons is an elite athlete, and one who can use her instincts to impact the game immediately. “Mo is just an unbelievable gifted athlete,” raves Hoover. “She is just an impressive athlete. Lia Proctor, during camp, said that her mouth dropped when she saw Mo play; and coming form Lia, that’s a huge complement.” Not to be lost in the shuffle is Natalie Patzin, a 5-10 ball of energy from Illinois. Last season, Patzin played in 117 sets and was third on the team with 287 kills, averaging 2.45 per set. The hard-hitting high-flyer is a great option on the outside, who is a solid defensive player. She earned the start in all 33 matches a season ago, and is a smart player. Additionally, Patzin was named to the Academic All-ACC team as a freshman. Between Patzin, Yaz, Ozdemir, Kohler, Simmons, and possibly Hayes, the Tigers have very strong and physical options at the position that should help curtail the loss of Proctor. Setter Kelsey Murphy was a four-year starter who knew the offense inside and out, and could make plays that many other could not. She was an excellent defender, and was an excellent competitor. This season, the Tigers will break in a new setter, who will have to have a quick learning curve. One option at setter is Hayes, who spent last season redshirting after playing outside as a freshman. Hayes spent the spring as the team’s setter, and actually came in as a setter but was moved to get her on the court. She is a good athlete, and stands in at 6-1, giving the Tigers another tall option at that spot, which helped Murphy reach more than 400 career blocks. “Lacy is much more physical than Kelsey was, but we need her to give us consistency.” The other candidate for the position will be freshman Hannah Brenner, a 5-11 Ohio native. Brenner is a left-handed setter who is very energetic on the court and has very good hands. “Hannah is very giving with energy and very exciting. She is very different than Lacy and gives us a while different attitude, and she will compete with Lacy for that position.” Of course, Hoover is not afraid of competition, as it enables her to mix and match lineups, as well as intensifies practices and breeds a competitive spirit. The tea’s success will rely heavily on the setter position, as Murphy made a lot of difficult things look easy. Either Hayes or Brenner will be charged with distributing the ball to several strong options offensively. Defensive Specialists Tanya Mirutenko is the only player on the roster who has appeared in a match in the defensive specialist position. Ege held such a stranglehold on the position for four years, setting ACC records in both major digs categories. This season the duties could be shared unless one of the student-athletes grabs the job. Camila Rosado, a freshman from Puerto Rico, could be the starter at the beginning of the season. She comes to Clemson with a strong background in beach volleyball, and had a lot of success at the AAU level. She comes form an athletic family, and hopes that she will be able to anchor the Tiger defense as the Libero. “Cami has a nice jump serve and reads the ball very well,” explained Hoover. “Of course, she will have some competition with Tanya and Morgann, who also had a good spring. Hopefully we’ll have some options there and feel like we can get some ball handling from a number of people so they can help some others in the back row.”

Sophomore ALEXA RAND set the freshman blocking record, and ranked second in the ACC in 2010. Mirutenko and Morgann Mitchell, who returns as a walk-on, split duties in the spring. Mitchell is an athletic player, and is the tallest of the three at 5-11. Mirutenko saw action in 15 sets a season ago, and served in some big situations, which could allow her to help the team in other ways. Overall Roundup The 2010 season for the Volleyball team will be a crucial one for the team going forward. With a starting lineup that could feature as many as six freshmen and sophomores, results will be difficult to predict. “I think sometimes when you go in with fewer question marks, you subject yourself to additional pressure,” explained Hoover. “Roles are set, you are supposed to do this. Coming in with a few more question marks, I think alleviates some pressure, because the outer expectations are a little more forgiving. I think hopefully, we’ll allow these freshmen to grow. I think that will make it more competitive. I get excited, but we’re going to have to understand that we’ll have a roller coaster at times and its going to be how we react to some of the performances we aren’t happy with. That’s going to be our question is who we answer things that aren’t going how we want them to go, and that’s what we have to do as a coaching staff is to get these guys ready.” In no way has the youth affected the coach’s outlook on the season, as the bar has been set and the returning players have high expectations. In fact, no returning player has played in a season where the Tigers did not reach the postseason. “As a team, we’d love to get into postseason again,” said Hoover. “That’s what this group knows. Postseason is the minimum, and that’s the bar we’ve set. You have to finish in the top half of the ACC to get that done. The Conference Championship is always a goal, but a lot will depend on how consistent we can be with our youth.”

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MEDIA INFORMATION Credentials and Parking Media and photographer credentials for matches in Clemson’s Jervey Gymnasium may be obtained from Jeff Kallin at (864) 656-1920. Parking is located in the lot beside the gym, adjacent to the entrance to the football practice fields. Services The Sports Information Office offers a weekly release containing team and individual notes, statistics, a review of past action and a look ahead to the upcoming matches. ACC rankings, statistics and notes are also available. The Sports Information Office will provide a complete NCAA box score at the conclusion of every home match. Programs containing rosters and game notes on each team will be provided for the working media and fans in attendance. TIGERLINE For up-to-date reports, comments from coaches and other Clemson Athletic Department information, phone the TIGER LINE at (864) 656-TIGER. For volleyball information, enter 4 at the menu. Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover provides an update following every Tiger match.

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Tigers on the Web Up-to-date game stories, statistics, schedules and results, plus other Clemson Athletic Department information is located at www.clemsontigers. com on the World Wide Web. The Team also has a facebook page and is on twitter @Clemson VB Driving Directions To Jervey From Atlanta, GA Take I-85 north to Exit 14 in South Carolina. Take a left, which crosses over the interstate, onto South Carolina Highway 187 until the road runs into U.S. Highway 76 and 28. Make a left at this traffic light. See the * below for further directions. From Columbia, SC Take I-26 west and exit onto I-385 west until it reaches I-85. Take I-85 south until it reaches exit 19-B. Take exit 19-B and see the * below for further directions. From Greenville, SC Take I-85 south until it reaches exit 19-B. Take exit 19-B and the * below for further directions.

Jeff Kallin Assistant SID/Volleyball Contact Kallin Email_________________ kallin@clemson.edu Kallin Office Phone_____________ (864) 656-1920 Kallin Cell Phone_ _____________ (508) 944-3859 Sports Information Office Information Mailing Address_____________________ P.O. Box 31 _______________________ Clemson, SC 29633 Overnight Address____________100 Perimeter Road _____________________Jervey Athletic Building _______________________ Clemson, SC 29634

*Stay on this road until the Highway 93 exit, where you will exit and take a left at the traffic light. The route runs into the Clemson campus. Stay straight until you reach the second traffic light after the tennis courts (tennis courts will be on the left). Take a left at the traffic light and Jervey Gym is on the right.

Volleyball Support Staff

Molly Mattson Volleyball Student Manager

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Alphonso Smith Equipment Manager - Volleyball

Barbara Kennedy Dixon Dennis Love Associate Athletic Director Assistant Coordinator of Strength Senior Women’s & Conditioning for Olympic Sports Administrator - Volleyball

Dr. Len Reeves Team Physician

Kelley Harrison Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer - Volleyball

Mike Money Assistant Director of Marketing & Promotions

Danny Poole Director of Sports Medicine/ Head Athletic Trainer

Reggie Simpkins Athletic Academic Advisor Volleyball

Roberta Balliet Administrative Assistant Volleyball


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2010 Carolina Challenge by Hilton Garden - Rock Hill, SC

Schedule

Schedule

Friday, August 27

Friday, September 3

Clemson vs. Jacksonville....................................................................................7:00 pm

Clemson vs. South Carolina................................................................................5:00 pm

Saturday, August 28 Clemson vs. Tennessee Tech.............................................................................12:00 pm Clemson vs. Albany............................................................................................6:00 pm

Saturday, September 4 Clemson at Winthrop........................................................................................10:00 am Clemson vs. College of Charleston.....................................................................5:30 pm

Opponents

Opponents

Jacksonville Dolphins

South Carolina Gamecocks

Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles

Winthrop Eagles

Albany Great Danes

College of Charleston Cougars

Location...................................................................................................Jacksonville, FL Colors......................................................................................................Green and Gold Facility(Capacity)................................................................Swisher Gymnasium (1,500) Head Coach .......................................................................................Shaun Kupferberg 2009 Overall Record................................................................................................ 19-9 Conference...................................................................................................Atlantic Sun 2009 A-Sun Record/Finish................................................................................ 15-5/2nd SID.................................................................................................................... Josh Ellis SID Email.................................................................................................. jellis1@ju.edu SID Phone/Fax.........................................................................................(904) 256-7402 Mailing Address..........................................................................Department of Athletics . ................................................................................................ 2800 University Blvd. N. . ......................................................................................... Jacksonville, FL 32211-3394 Website...........................................................................................www.JUDolphins.com Series Record.................................................................................... Clemson leads, 7-0 Last Meeting............................................ CU won, 3-0, on Sept. 7, 2002 in Clemson, SC

Location......................................................................................................Columbia, SC Colors...................................................................................................... Garnet & Black Facility(Capacity)................................................ Volleyball Competition Facility (1,200) Head Coach ................................................................................................ Ben Somera 2009 Overall Record................................................................................................ 14-6 Conference................................................................................................. Southeastern 2009 SEC Record/Finish............................................................................5-15/5th East SID.............................................................................................................. Koby Padgett SID Email............................................................................................. kpadgett@sc.edu SID Phone/Fax.............................................................(803) 777-8017 / (803) 777-2967 Mailing Address.....................................................................................Roost Building B . ..................................................................................................... 1322 Heyward Street . ......................................................................................................Columbia, SC 29208 Website..........................................................................www.gamecocksonline.cstv.com Series Record........................................................................South Carolina leads 34-20 Last Meeting........................................... SC won, 3-2, on Aug. 28, 2009 in Clemson, SC

12 Location ................................................................................................... Cookeville, TN Colors ....................................................................................................Purple and Gold Facility (Capacity) ....................................................................... Eblen Center (10,152) Head Coach .................................................................................................... John Blair 2009 Overall Record ............................................................................................. 10-18 Conference ....................................................................................................Ohio Valley 2009 OVC Record/Finish . ...................................................................................9-9/5th SID ................................................................................................................Nick Burns SID Email ........................................................................... burnsnick2916@gmail.com SID Phone/Fax ...........................................................(931) 372-6193 / (931) 372-6139 Mailing Address .................................................................................1100 McGee Blvd. . .................................................................................................................TTU Box 5057 . ..................................................................................................... Cookeville, TN 38505 Website ...........................................................................................www.TTUsports.com Series Record.................................................................................................... Tied, 1-1 Last Meeting.................................. TTU won, 3-0, on Sept. 22, 1984 in Birmingham, AL

Location ........................................................................................................ Albany, NY Colors ....................................................................................................... Purple & Gold Facility (Capacity) ...................................................................... University Gym (2,600) Head Coach ................................................................................................MJ Engstrom 2009 Overall Record ............................................................................................... 22-9 Conference .....................................................................................................Northeast 2009 NE Record/Finish .................................................................................... 10-0/ 1st SID.....................................................................................................Brianna LaBrecque SID Email.......................................................................blabrecque@uamail.albany.edu SID Phone/Fax............................................................. (518) 442-5733/ (518) 442-3139 Mailing Address......................................................... PE 307, 1400 Washington Avenue . ........................................................................................ Albany, NY 12222 Website ............................................................................................UAlbanySports.com Series Record.............................................................................................. first meeting Last Meeting............................................................................................... first meeting

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Location .....................................................................................................Rock Hill, SC Colors .......................................................................................................Garnet & Gold Facility (Capacity) ................................................................Winthrop Coliseum (6,100) Head Coach ............................................................................................Sally Polhamus 2009 Overall Record ............................................................................................. 19-11 Conference ......................................................................................................Big South 2009 Big South Record/Finish ................................................................................ 11-5 SID ................................................................................................................. Jack Frost SID Email .......................................................................................frostj@winthrop.edu SID Phone/Fax ...........................................................(803) 323-2129 / (803) 323-2433 Mailing Address ............................................................................... Winthrop Coliseum . .....................................................................................Rock Hill, SC 29733 Website .................................................................................. www.winthropeagles.com Series Record................................................................................ Clemson leads 20-13 Last Meeting................................. Clemson won, 3-0, on Aug. 29, 2009 in Clemson, SC

Location ..................................................................................................Charleston, SC Colors .................................................................................................... Maroon & White Facility (Capacity) ............................................................. Carolina First Arena (5,100) Head Coach ............................................................................................... Jason Kepner 2009 Overall Record ............................................................................................. 18-13 Conference ......................................................................................................Southern 2009 Southern Record/Finish .................................................................. 12-4/ 2nd, So. SID............................................................................................................Joshua Darling SID Email............................................................................................darlingj@cofc.edu SID Phone/Fax............................................................. (843) 953-5465/ (843) 953-6534 Mailing Address.................................................................................... 30 George Street . ..................................................................................Charleston, SC 29424 Website .................................................................................................CofCSports.com Series Record............................................................ College of Charleston leads 14-11 Last Meeting................................. Clemson won, 3-1, on Aug. 29, 2009 in Clemson, SC


2010 Opponents/ Tournaments Spartan Invitational - East Lansing, MI

Clemson Classic - Clemson, SC

Schedule

Schedule

Friday, September 10

Friday, September 17

Clemson at Michigan State................................................................................7:00 pm

Clemson vs. Georgia Tech...................................................................................7:00 pm

Saturday, September 11 Clemson vs. Eastern Michigan.........................................................................10:00 am Clemson vs. Eastern Illinois...............................................................................4:30 pm

Saturday, September 18 Clemson vs. Georgia State................................................................................12:00 pm Sunday, September 19

Opponents

Clemson vs. Florida A&M....................................................................................1:00 pm

Michigan State Spartans

Location.................................................................................................East Lansing, MI Colors........................................................................................................Green & White Facility(Capacity).................................................................Jenison Field House (5,017) Head Coach .............................................................................................. Cathy George 2009 Overall Record.............................................................................................. 17-16 Conference.......................................................................................................... Big Ten 2009 Big Ten Record/Finish........................................................................ 5-15 / t-10th SID................................................................................................................ Vince Baker SID Email.................................................................................... bakervin@ath.msu.edu SID Phone/Fax.............................................................(517) 355-2271 / (517) 353-9636 Mailing Address................................................................................ Z-22 Breslin Center . ..............................................................................................Michigan State University . .................................................................................................East Lansing, MI 48824 Website....................................................................................... www.MSUspartans.com Series Record..................................................................................................... tied, 1-1 Last Meeting........................................MSU won, 3-2, on Sept. 18, 2009 in Clemson, SC

Opponents Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Location ....................................................................................................... Atlanta, GA Colors .................................................................................................. Old Gold & White Facility (Capacity) ...........................................................................O’Keefe Gymnasium Head Coach ..............................................................................................Tonya Johnson 2009 Overall Record.............................................................................................. 21-10 2009 ACC Record/Finish....................................................................................15-5/3rd SID................................................................................................................ Seth Gerard SID Email......................................................................... sgerard@athletics.gatech.edu SID Phone/Fax.............................................................(404) 894-5445 / (404) 897-1248 Mailing Address......................................................................150 Bobby Dodd Way, N.W. . ......................................................................................................... Atlanta, GA 30332 Website .....................................................................................www.ramblinwreck.com Series Record ............................................................................... Clemson leads 32-22 2009 Meetings....................... at GT (9/11)- GT 3, CU 2; at Clemson (11/27)- GT 3, CU 2

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Georgia State Panthers

Eastern Illinois Panthers

Florida A&M Rattlers

Location ..................................................................................................... Ypsilanti, MI Colors ................................................................................................... Green and White Facility (Capacity) ...............................................................Convocation Center (8,824) Head Coach ............................................................................................ Kim Berrington 2009 Overall Record ............................................................................................... 5-28 Conference ..................................................................Mid-American Conference (MAC) 2009 MAC Record/Finish ............................................... 4-12/6th MAC Western Division SID ..............................................................................................................Greg Steiner SID Email................................................................................. greg.steiner@emich.edu SID Phone/Fax........................................................... (734) 4867-0317/ (734) 485-3840 Website .........................................................................................www.EMUEagles.com Series Record................................................................................ No previous meetings Last Meeting................................................................................. No previous meetings

Location..................................................................................................... Charleston, IL Colors............................................................................................. Royal Blue and Gray Facility (Capacity) ...........................................................................Lantz Arena (4,200) Head Coach.................................................................................................... Kate Price 2009 Overall Record ............................................................................................. 11-20 Conference ....................................................................... Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) 2009 Ohio Valley Record/Finish ................................................................... 4-13 / t-8th SID ............................................................................................................Bart Rettberg SID Email ....................................................................................... bvrettburg@eiu.edu SID Phone/Fax .............................................................(217) 581-6408/(217) 581-6434 Mailing Address ................................................................................. 2240 Lantz Arena . ............................................................................................................ 600 Lincoln Ave. . ..................................................................................................... Charleston, IL 61920 Website .......................................................................................www.EIUpanthers.com Series Record .........................................................................................Series tied, 2-2 Last Meeting.................................. Clemson won, 3-0, on Sept. 5, 1998 in St. Louis, MO

Location......................................................................................................... Atlanta, GA Colors ..................................................................................................... Blue and White Facility (Capacity) ................................................... Georgia State Sports Arena (3,400) Head Coach .................................................................................................. Tami Audia 2009 Overall Record ............................................................................................. 16-14 Conference .............................................................. Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) 2009 CAA Record/finish................................................................................. 3-11/t-8th SID............................................................................................................... Mike Holmes SID Email .......................................................................................... rholmes@gsu.edu SID Phone/Fax............................................................ (404) 413-4033 / (404) 413-4035 Mailing Address ......................................................................................... PO Box 3975 . ..............................................................................Atlanta, GA 30302-3975 Website ............................................................................www.GeorgiaStateSports.com Series Record ................................................................................. Clemson leads 11-2 Last Meeting................................ Clemson won, 3-0, on Sept. 15, 2007 in Clemson, SC

Location...................................................................................................Tallahassee, FL Colors..................................................................................................... Orange & Green Facility(Capacity)...........................................................................Alfred Lawson Center Head Coach ...............................................................................................Tony Trifonov 2009 Overall Record.............................................................................................. 17-10 Conference.............................................................................................................MEAC 2009 MEAC Record.............................................................................................. 8-0/1st SID...........................................................................................................Ronnie Johnson SID Email.................................................................................ronjon_2001@yahoo.com SID Phone/Fax.............................................................(850) 561-2701 / (850) 599-3206 Mailing Address.......................................................................................Timmons Arena . ..................................................................................................3300 Poinsett Highway . ..................................................................................................... Greenville, SC 29613 Website................................................................................ www.famurattlersports.com Series Record..................................................................................... Clemson leads 5-0 Last Meeting................................. Clemson won, 3-1, on Sept. 21, 2009 in Clemson, SC


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Wake Forest Demon Deacons Friday, September 24, 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC Saturday, October 30, 6:00 pm - Winston-Salem, NC Location ....................................................... Winston-Salem NC Colors . ............................................................ Old Gold & Black Facility (Capacity) ................................... Reynolds Gym (2,000) Head Coach . .............................................Heather Kahl Holmes 2009 Overall Record . ....................................................... 11-20 2009 ACC Record/Finish.............................................. 9-11/8th SID .......................................................................Steven Wright SID Email .......................................................wrights@wfu.edu SID Phone/Fax ....................... (336) 758-1880/ (336) 758-5140 Mailing Address .....................................................PO Box 7426 ......................................... Winston-Salem, NC 7109 Website .......................................... www.WakeForestSports.com Series Record ........................................... Clemson leads 25-10 2009 Meetings .............................................. at CU- CU 3, WF 0

Florida State Seminoles Friday, October 8, 7:00 pm - Tallahassee, FL Saturday, November 6, 6:00 pm (or TBA due to FB) - Clemson, SC Location .............................................................Tallahassee, FL Colors . .................................................................Garnet & Gold Facility (Capacity) ...............................Tully Gymnasium (1,162) Head Coach . ............................................................ Chris Poole 2009 Overall Record . ......................................................... 31-3 2009 ACC Record/Finish ..............................................19-1/1st SID .....................................................................Brandon Mellor SID Email..............................................bmellor@admin.fsu.edu SID Phone/Fax ...................... (850) 645-7683 / (850) 644-3820 Mailing Address .......................................403 Stadium Drive W. ..............................................Tallahassee, FL 32306 Website ...................................................... www.seminoles.com Series Record .....................................Florida State leads 24-19 2009 Meetings ...........at FSU- FSU 3, CU 2; at CU –FSU 3, CU 1

Maryland Terrapins Friday, October 22, 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC Dig Pink Match Location .......................................................... College Park, MD Colors . ................................................Red, White, Black & Gold Facility (Capacity)....................Comcast Center Pavilion (1,500) Head Coach . ......................................................... Tim Horsmon 2009 Overall Record.......................................................... 14-19 2009 ACC Record/Finish.............................................6-14/10th SID............................................................................Sara Emery SID Email.....................................................sreichba@umd.edu SID Phone/Fax....................... (301) 314-7063 / (301) 314-9094 Mailing Address........................................................PO Box 295 ............................................................. College Park, MD 20742 Website .........................................................www.umterps.com Series Record ........................................... Clemson leads 33-27 2009 Meetings ...............at MD- CU 3, MD 0; at CU- CU 3, MD 0

Duke Blue Devils Saturday, September 25, 6:00 pm - Clemson, SC Friday, October 29, 7:00 pm - Durham, NC Location ..................................................................Durham, NC Colors . .........................................................Royal Blue & White Facility (Capacity) .................. Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) Head Coach . .......................................................... Jolene Nagel 2009 Overall Record . ......................................................... 27-6 2009 ACC Record/Finish .............................................17-3/2nd SID............................................................................ Chris Cook SID Email .................................................cook@duaa.duke.edu SID Phone/Fax ....................... (919) 684-8708/ (919) 684-2489 Mailing Address ........................................................ Box 90557 ......................................... Durham, NC 27708-0557 Website .......................................................... www.GoDuke.com Series Record................................................. Duke leads 32-20 2009 Meetings .............................................. at CU- DU 3, CU 1

Miami Hurricanes Sunday, October 10, 1:00 pm - Coral Gables, FL Friday, November 5, 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC Location ........................................................... Coral Gables, FL Colors . ................................................... Orange, Green & White Facility (Capacity) ...............J. L. Knight Sports Complex (1,200) Head Coach . .......................................... Nicole Lantagne Welch 2009 Overall Record . ....................................................... 18-13 2009 ACC Record/Finish ...........................................11-9/t-5th SID .....................................................................Bryan J. Harvey SID Email .................................................. bharvey@miami.edu SID Phone/Fax ....................... (305) 284-3244/ (305) 284-2807 Mailing Address ..Hecht Athletic Center -5821 San Amaro Drive ............................................ Coral Gables, FL 33146 Website ............................................. www.hurricanesports.com Series Record ............................................. Clemson leads 10-3 2009 Meetings............ at UM – CU 3, UM 2; at CU – CU 3, UM 0

Boston College Eagles Saturday, October 23, 5:00 pm (or TBA due to FB)- Clemson, SC

Virginia Tech Hokies Friday, October 1, 7:00 pm - Blacksburg, VA Saturday, November 13, 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC Location .............................................................Blacksburg, VA Colors . ....................................Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange Facility (Capacity) ............................ Cassell Coliseum (10,052) Head Coach . .............................................................Chris Riley 2009 Overall Record.......................................................... 19-12 2009 ACC Record/Finish...............................................9-11/7th SID........................................................................Marla Glasser SID Email............................................................. Marla@vt.edu SID Phone/Fax....................... (540) 231-6726 / (540) 231-6984 Mailing Address.............................................460 Jamerson A.C. ................................................................Blacksburg, VA 24061 Website ....................................................www.hokiesports.com Series Record ............................................... Clemson leads 9-6 2009 Meetings ...................at VT- VT 3, CU 2; at CU- CU 3, VT 1

NC State Wolfpack Friday, October 15, 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC Saturday, November 20, 7:00 pm - Raleigh, NC Location .................................................................. Raleigh, NC Colors . ................................................................... Red & White Facility (Capacity) ..........................Reynolds Coliseum (12,400) Head Coach . ........................................................... Bryan Bunn 2009 Overall Record............................................................ 8-27 2009 ACC Record/Finish.............................................1-19/12th SID............................................................... Brythe Blankenship SID Email................................................brytheb14@gmail.com SID Phone/Fax....................... (919) 513-8195 / (919) 515-2898 Mailing Address......................................................PO Box 8502 ..................................................................... Raleigh, NC 27695 Website ...........................................................www.gopack.com Series Record ........................................... Clemson leads 35-17 2009 Meeting.....................at CU - CU 3, ST 0; at ST- CU 3, ST 0

Virginia Cavaliers Sunday, October 3, 1:00 pm - Charlotteville, VA Friday, November 12, 7:00 pm - Clemson, SC Location ........................................................Charlottesville, VA Colors . ............................................................... Navy & Orange Facility (Capacity) .......................... Memorial Gymnasium (836) Head Coach . ............................................................... Lee Maes 2009 Overall Record.......................................................... 12-19 2009 ACC Record/Finish...............................................7-13/9th SID...................................................................Amanda McClure SID Email................................................ amanda@virginia.edu SID Phone/Fax....................... (434) 982-5977 / (434) 982-5525 Mailing Address..................................................PO Box 400851 ...........................................................Charlottesville, VA 22904 Website ................................................ www.virginiasports.com Series Record ........................................... Clemson leads 36-14 2009 Meetings ............. at VA- CU 3, UVA 0; at CU- CU 3, UVA 1

North Carolina Tar Heels Saturday, October 16, 5:00 pm (or TBA due to FB)- Clemson, SC Friday, November 19, 5:00 pm - Chapel Hill, NC Location .............................................................Chapel Hill, NC Colors...................................................... Carolina Blue & White Facility (Capacity) .....................Carmichael Auditorium (9,100) Head Coach . .............................................................Joe Sagula 2009 Overall Record.......................................................... 15-16 2009 ACC Record/Finish............................................11-9/T-5th SID............................................................................ Chris Gallo SID Email....................................................Chrisgallo@unc.edu SID Phone/Fax....................... (919) 962-1160 / (919) 962-0612 Mailing Address......................................................PO Box 2126 ................................................................Chapel Hill, NC 27515 Website ................................................... www.TarHeelBlue.com Series Record ..................................North Carolina leads 49-16 2009 Meeting.......... at CU- UNC 3, CU 0 ; at UNC - CU 3, UNC 2

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Location ......................................................... Chestnut Hill, MA Colors . ................................................................Maroon & Gold Facility (Capacity) ........................................ Power Gym (1,000) Head Coach . ..................................................... Andrea Leonard 2009 Overall Record.......................................................... 12-19 2009 ACC Record/Finish.............................................2-18/11th SID..........................................................................Mark Nugent SID Email............................................... joshua.lentine@bc.edu SID Phone/Fax....................... (617) 552-3004 / (617) 552-4903 Mailing Address...............................................321 Conte Forum ............................................................ Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Website ........................................................www.bceagles.com Series Record ............................................. Clemson leads 11-2 2009 Meetings ................ at BC- CU 3, BC 1; at CU- CU 3, BC 0


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Tiger Veterans

Sandra

6’0” • SOPHOMORE • MH

ADELEYE

KATY, TX KATY HIGH TEXAS ELITE

2009 All-ACC • 2009 ACC All-Freshman • AVCA All-Region 2009 AVCA East Region Rookie of the Year

2 2009 • • • • • •

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Season (Freshman) 2009 All-ACC Selection 2009 ACC All-Freshman 2009 AVCA All-East Region team 2009 AVCA East Region Rookie of the Year 2009 AVCA Honorable Mention All-American Only the fourth player in Clemson’s history to earn All-ACC honors as a freshman, joining teammate Didem Ege (who received same honors in 2006) and two others. Was named the ACC Player of the Week (Week of November 9th) Second on the team with 3.06 kills/set, which ranked 8th in the ACC That average went up to 3.33 kills/set during ACC play Ranked third in the ACC and 14th nationally in hitting percentage with a .386 mark, also the third-best mark in school history. Averaged 1.16 blocks per set, ranking fourth in the ACC Named Team’s Best Offensive Player, and was winner of the Lucia White Memorial Rookie-of-the-year at the team banquet. Posted double-digit kills in each of her final 12 matches

Notable Performances: • Recorded four kills in 11 attempts in her collegiate debut against South Carolina, earning the start • Recorded six kills and seven blocks against a ranked Michigan State team • Played in five sets in which she recorded 12 kills and seven blocks against Furman, her first career double-digit kills game. • Had 18 kills against Miami; Also had three digs and seven blocks • Had 14 kills in 24 attempts for a .500 hitting mark against FSU • Recorded six kills in 13 attempts against Boston College; Also had four blocks • Recorded 14 kills against Duke to start streak of 12 straight matches with 10+ kills. • Had 19 kills in win over North Carolina • Had a career-best 23 kills in 39 attempts against only one error in a win at Boston College. • Had 19 kills against Florida State in Clemson • Posted 15 kills in 24 attempts for a .583 hitting mark against Virginia Tech, her career-best hitting mark (min. 10 kills) • Recorded 14 kills and three blocks in the first round of the NCAA tournament against #17 ranked Oregon

Before Clemson • Led Katy (TX) High School to the 2008 district title and a 34-11 record for the season • Named to the First Team All-District in 2008 and was a second-team selection in 2007 • Team reached the quarterfinals of the Texas State 5A Tournament • Totaled 402 kills as a senior • Placed second in the district for the 2007 season • Teammate of current Tiger sophomore Lacy Hayes at Texas Elite; team finished third at the national meet in the summer of 2008 • Born November 15, 1991 • Majoring in English.

Career Bests Category........................................................................ Career High (Last) Kills.......................................................... 23 vs. Boston College (11/8/09) Attack Pct.*...............................................................750 vs. PC (9/18/09) Aces............................................................1 vs. South Carolina (8/28/09) Digs.........................................................................3 vs. Miami (10/2/09) Block Solos............................................................. 2 vs. Duke (10/23/09) Block Assists..........................................................7 vs. Furman (9/19/09) Total Blocks...7 vs. MSU (9/18/09); Furman (9/19/09); vs. Miami (10/2/09))

ADELEYE’S CAREER STATS Season 2009 TOTALS

SP 96 96

MP 28 28

K 297 297

K/S 3.09 3.09

E 70 70

TA 588 588

Pct .386 .386

SA 1 1

SA/S 0.01 0.01

DIG 32 32

D/S 0.33 0.33

RE 0 0

BS 16 16

BA 95 95

TB 111 111

B/S 1.16 1.16

BE 16 16

BHE 1 1

Points 361.5 361.5

Pts/S 3.76 3.76


Tiger Veterans

6’2” • JUNIOR • MH

HENDERSONVILLE, NC WEST HENDERSONVILLE HIGH BILTMORE VOLLEYBALL CLUB

Brittany

FENNELL 3 • • •

2009 (Sophomore) • Played in 27 sets, averaging 1.52 kills per set and 1.07 blocks per set while hitting .348. • Had 11 kills in 21 attempts against only two errors for a .429 hitting mark against South Carolina; Also had five block assists • Notched 10 kills in 19 attempts with only one error (.474) and seven total blocks (2BS, 5BA) against College of Charleston • Had eight kills in 10 attempts against Loyola; also had five block assists • Had six kills in 14 attempts against only two errors for a .286 hitting mark against Western Illinois; Also had four block assists • Had three kills in seven attempts for a .429 hitting mark against DePaul • Appeared in one set against North Carolina 2008 • • • • • • • •

(Freshman) Earned the team’s Rookie-of-the-Year Award. Played in all 25 matches in which she was healthy, starting 21 Missed eight matches at the end of the season after an emergency appendectomy Returned for the Tigers’ match against Utah in the second round of the NCAA Tournament and recorded two kills and four block assists Had 111 kills and hit at a .258 clip, while ranking third on the team with 83 total blocks in her first collegiate season Came off the bench in her first match but played in two sets to record the first kill and block of her career against Syracuse in the Big Orange Bash Had 10 of the 11 blocks against Florida International on Aug. 30, which was a top-five mark for a Clemson freshman in a single match Earned the starting assignment the following weekend at the UNI Invitational; responded with 12 kills and nine total blocks in the three-

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match tournament Match against Northern Illinois at the event was one of her best from a hitting standpoint with seven kills in 12 attempts without an error for a .583 hitting percentage Had 11 kills and 11 total blocks against Winthrop, South Carolina and the College of Charleston combined at the Carolina Challenge over the Sept. 12-13 weekend Recorded 13 kills with a .476 hitting percentage in a pair of matches against Florida A&M; also posted nine blocks versus the Rattlers Saw significantly more swings in the first conference weekend with 56 combined attempts at Virginia Tech and Virginia; had 18 kills with 12 blocks in the two matches The 10 kills and 10 block assists against the Cavaliers were seasonhighs Gained valuable experience over the summer by participating on a USA/Bring It Promotions Development Team Was one of 12 American collegiate players that competed against teams from eight different countries at the Global Challenge in Pula, Croatia in July.

Before Clemson • Four-sport athlete at West Hendersonville (NC) High School. • Earned two letters in track and field, two in volleyball, two in swimming and two in basketball over her high school career. • Named all-conference in volleyball in 2006 and 2007 and to the allarea team in those years as well. • Led volleyball team to a 26-1 record in 2006 and the finals of the state championships. • Father Bill played basketball for Wake Forest from 1958-1961 and was a member of the first Deac team to win an ACC Championship. • Born Aug, 2, 1990. • Majoring in health science. Category.....................................................................Career High (Last) Kills...........................................................11 vs. South Carolina (8/28/09) Attack Pct.*.............................................................800 vs Loyola (9/4/09) Digs......................................................2 vs. several (Maryland - 10/19/08) Block Solos................... 3 vs. Florida Int’l (8/30); 3 vs. NC State (10/25/08) Block Assists........................................................10 vs. Virginia (9/27/08) Total Blocks............................. 10 vs. Florida Int’l (8/30); Virginia (9/27/08) Assists...................................................................1 vs. Virginia (9/27/08)

FENNELL’S CAREER STATS Season 2008 2009 TOTAL

SP 83 27 110

MP 25 10 35

K 111 41 152

K/S 1.34 1.52 1.38

E 37 10 47

TA 292 89 381

Pct .253 .348 .276

DIG 11 3 14

D/S 0.13 0.11 0.13

RE 0 0 0

BS 15 2 17

BA 68 27 95

TB 83 29 112

B/S 1.00 1.07 1.02

BE 5 4 9

BHE 0 0 0

Points 160.0 56.5 216.5

Pts/S 1.93 2.07 1.96

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Tiger Veterans

Lacy

6’2” • RS-SOPH. • SETTER

HAYES

CYPRESS, TX CY-FAIR HIGH TEXAS ELITE

11 2009 Season: Redshirted

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2008 Season (Freshman) • Played in 16 matches and 50 total sets as a rookie, but saw the court just three times after Sept. 26 • Earned her action on the right side as she played behind Honorable Mention All-American setter Kelsey Murphy • Had 31 kills with 21 assists, 18 digs and 31 total blocks • Posted two kills and a pair of block assists in her collegiate debut against Syracuse on Aug. 29 • Then recorded six kills in 11 attempts without an error against Charleston Southern on the second day of the Big Orange Bash • Tallied six block assists in the final match of the tournament against Florida International • Had three kills, three assists and six block assists in the UNI Invitational the following weekend • Registered her season high in digs with five against South Carolina at the Carolina Challenge on Sept. 12 • Then had five kills and four digs in Clemson’s win over the College of Charleston later that day • Also recorded kills against Georgia Tech, Florida A&M, Virginia Tech and Virginia during the year • Played in the final home match of the season but did not record any statistics. Before Clemson • Played for mom as a sophomore and junior at Clements High School in 2005 and 2006. • Moved to Cy-Fair High School for senior season and helped lead the team to the final four in the Texas High School State Championship Tournament. • Earned All-State honors in 2007. • Was a second-team all-district selection as a sophomore in 2005 and was named to the First Team in 2006 and 2007. • Named Prepvolleyball.com All-America Honorable Mention in 2007. • Was a Greater Houston Area Second Team honoree in 2007. • Selected to several all-tournament teams in 2007 and was the MVP of the Kingwood Varsity Tournament. • Led Cy-Fair to the Texas State Final Four and the district championship in 2007.

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Clements reached the quarterfinals of the state tournament in 2005 and placed second in the district in 2005. Team finished third in the district in 2006. Earned a spot on the Lonestar Regional High Performance team in the summer of 2006. Also made the USA A2 White team in the summer of 2007. Born July 24, 1990. Major is management.

HAYES’ CAREER STATS Season 2008 2009 TOTALS

SP MP K 50 16 31 Red-Shirted 50 16 31

K/S 0.62

E 14

TA 98

Pct .173

DIG 18

D/S 0.36

A 21

A/S 0.42

RE 0

BS 2

BA 29

TB 31

B/S 0.62

BE 1

BHE 1

Points 47.5

Pts/S 0.94

0.62

14

98

.173

18

0.36

21

0.42

0

2

29

31

0.62

1

1

47.5

0.94


Tiger Veterans

Brooke

6’2” • RS-SOPH. • OH

KOHLER

JUPITER, FL JUPITER HIGH TREASURE COAST

10 2009 (Redshirt Freshman) • Appeared in one match for Tigers after missing the 2008 season due to injury. • Made collegiate debut against PC, playing in two sets and recording a block assist and one attack 2008 (Freshman) • Red-shirted the 2008 season due to a shoulder injury Before Clemson • Three-year starter at Jupiter (FL) High School. • Named the Sun Sentinel Player-of-the-Year and was a First-Team Palm Beach Post selection in 2007. • Totaled 408 kills, 59 blocks and 255 digs for the Warriors as a senior. • Led Jupiter to the state semifinals in 2007 and was a member of three district championships teams. • Team also won the 2006 and 2007 conference titles. • Named to the all-conference first-team in 2007. • Club team finished fifth in the state in 2007 and qualified for the Junior Olympics in 2006. • Played for Florida High Performance in 2006. • Born July 24, 1990. • Majoring in health science.

KOHLER’S CAREER STATS Season 2008 2009 TOTAL

SP MP Red-shirted 2 1 2 1

K

K/S

E

TA

Pct

DIG

D/S

RE

BS

BA

TB

B/S

BE

BHE

Points Pts/S

0 0

0 0

1 1

1 1

-1.000 -1.000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

1 1

0.5 0.5

0 0

0 0

0.5 0.5

0.25 0.25

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Tiger Veterans

Tanya

5’7” • SOPHOMORE • DS

MIRUTENKO

HAWTHORN WOODS, IL LAKE FOREST ACADEMY SPORTS PERFORMANCE

5 2009 (Freshman): • Played in seven matches for a total of 15 sets, being used primarily as a server • Had only two service errors in 33 chances for a .939 serve mark • Made collegiate debut against South Carolina, serving in three different sets • Appeared in one set against Furman and Miami • Appeared in two sets against Virginia; Had three digs and an assist, while serving nine times. • Played in four sets against Georgia Tech; Had two digs • Served nine times in Clemson’s loss to #17 Oregon in the NCAA Tournament

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Before Clemson • Four-year letterwinner at Lake Forest Academy in Chicago, IL • Played as an outside hitter as well as defensive specialists during her junior and senior seasons • Was a member of the Sky High Volleyball Club from 2002-07, the same club as former Tiger Meghan Steiner, before joining Sports Performance in 2008 • Club teammate of fellow sophomore Natalie Patzin at Sports Performance • Helped lead club team to first-place finishes at the 2008 Junior Volleyball Director Association Championships in Kentucky, the 2008 PreNationals and NVA tournament in Nebraska • Father Wasyl played volleyball at Western University • Born December 17, 1990 • Majoring in economics.

MIRUTENKO’S CAREER STATS Season 2009 TOTALS

SP 15 15

MP 7 7

K 0 0

K/S 0.00 0.00

E 0 0

TA 0 0

Pct .000 .000

A 0 0

A/S 0.00 0.00

SA 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00

SE 2 2

DIG 6 6

D/S 0.40 0.40

RE 0 0

Points 0 0

Pts/S 0 0


Tiger Veterans

Cansu

6’0” • SENIOR • OH/RS

OZDEMIR

ISTANBUL, TURKEY YUZYIL ISIL LISESI ECZACIBASI SPORTS CLUB

9 • • • • • • • Career Bests Category.........................................................................Career High (Last) Kills............................................................10 vs. Western Illinois (9/5/09) Attack Pct.*...............................................556 vs. Western Illinois (9/5/09) Aces....................................................................5 vs. NC State (9/26/09) Digs.....................................................................16 vs. Virginia (9/27/08) Block Solos...................................................2 vs. Western Illinois (9/5/09) Block Assists...........................................5 - three times (Loyola on 9/4/09) Total Blocks................................................................7 vs. Loyola (9/4/09) Assists...................................................................8 vs. Virginia (9/27/08)

2009 (Junior): • Valuable junior who appeared in 115 sets for the Tigers • Led Clemson with 33 aces, ranking 10th in the ACC with 0.29 per set • Hit .245 from the right side position, while also recording 201 digs, 56 blocks, and a .943 serve reception percentage Best Performances • Had five kills with no errors and 13 digs against South Carolina after coming off the bench • Recorded eight kills in 15 attempts and had five block assists against Winthrop; Also clinched winning point in each set (kill; ace; block assist) • Had seven kills in 17 attempts, six digs, and five blocks against College of Charleston • Had eight kills in 17 attempts, four assists and seven blocks against Loyola • Recorded 10 kills in 18 attempts for a .556 hitting mark against

Western Illinois; Also had seven digs and 3 assists Had seven assists against Georgia Tech Recorded 13 digs and five assists in four-set match against Mississippi Recorded a .429 hitting mark against Wake Forest Notched 10 kills in 19 attempts in win over Virginia Tech; Also had three assists and 10 digs for her first career double-double Recorded five kills, a career-high 19 digs, and three assists against Virginia Had nine kills and 11 digs against Georgia Tech Had three kills, two assists and five digs in NCAA Tournament against #17 Oregon

2008 (Sophomore) • Played in 30 and started 20 matches in 2008 • Won the right-side position for the Sept. 27 match at Virginia; had previously seen action primarily for her powerful and consistent serving abilities • Totaled 62 kills for the season and had 34 total blocks • Prior to the Virginia match, had one ace and seven total defensive saves in 22 sets played • For the year, recorded 22 service aces for a team-best 0.23 ace per set average • Posted six kills in 13 attempts without an error (.462) in her first match as a starter; also had 16 defensive saves for season-highs in kills, digs and hitting percentage; had three block assists, three aces and eight assists against the Cavaliers as well • Followed with three kills and eight defensive saves in a three-set win over Miami • Had a successful day serving against Florida State on Oct. 4 with three aces • Recorded three kills in six attempts with eight digs against Duke on Oct. 11 • Had eight defensive saves with two block assists and three kills versus Boston College on Oct. 17 • Played well against NC State on Oct. 25 with three kills, three assists, 10 digs, a block solo and a block assist • Posted a block solo in three total matches in toback matches at Duke and Wake Forest with 13 against the Blue Devils and 10 against the hip

OZDEMIR’S CAREER STATS Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

SP 0 96 115 211

MP 0 30 33 63

K 0 62 133 195

K/S 0.00 0.65 1.16 0.92

E 0 28 43 71

TA 0 160 367 527

Pct .000 .213 .245 .235

A 0 54 71 125

A/S 0.00 0.56 0.62 0.59

SA 0 22 33 55

SA/S 0.00 0.23 0.29 0.26

SE 0 25 26 51

DIG 0 166 201 367

D/S 0.00 1.73 1.75 1.74

RE 0 26 21 47

BS 0 3 5 8

BA 0 31 51 82

TB 0 34 56 90

B/S 0.00 0.35 0.49 0.43

BE 0 2 4 6

BHE 0 5 5 10

PTS. Pts/S 0.0 0.00 102.5 1.06 196.5 1.70 299.0 1.42

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Tiger Veterans

Natalie

5’10” • SOPHOMORE • OH

PATZIN

NAPERVILLE, IL BENET ACADEMY SPORTS PERFORMANCE

2009 DePaul Challenge All-Tournament Team Ranked third among all ACC freshmen in kills (287)

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2009 (Freshman) • Outstanding freshman started who played in 117 sets and 33 matches • Ranked third on the team with 287 kills while hitting .211, and led the Tigers in kills seven times • Notched 12 kills, six digs, and four blocks in collegiate debut against South Carolina, playing the entire match • Had Nine kills, nine digs, and four blocks against College of Charleston • Had 12 kills in 26 attempts for a .423 hitting mark against Loyola; Also had five digs • Had 13 kills in 27 attempts and five digs against Western Illinois; Also had three assists and two aces • Recorded 11 kills in 27 attempts against DePaul • Led Clemson in kills for the Tournament, and hit .386 in her home state • Named to the All-Tournament team for the DePaul Challenge • Recorded 16 kills in 33 attempts against Georgia Tech; Also had 11 digs • Had 10 kills in 28 attempts in a three-set match against Southeast Missouri; Also had 14 digs • Recorded 10 digs and 11 kills against ranked Michigan State • Had career-high 18 kills in 44 attempts for a .364 hitting mark against Furman • Posted 11 kills and seven digs against Florida State • Put up a .368 hitting mark against Virginia with nine kills in 19 attempts; Also had six digs • Posted a .483 hitting mark with 16 kills against Charlotte • Had eight kills and eight digs in three-set defeat of Wake Forest • Had nine kills in Tigers defeat of Virginia Tech • Recorded four digs in first round NCAA tournament game against #17 ranked Oregon

CAREER BESTS Kills...................................... 18 vs. Ole Miss (9/12/09); Furman (9/19/09) Attack Pct.*....................................................483 vs. Charlotte (10/20/09) Aces......................... 2 vs. Western Illinois (9/5/09); Georgia Tech (9/11/09) Digs.......................................................................14 vs. SEMO (9/12/09) Block Solos................................................. 2 vs. Michigan State (9/18/09) Block Assists............................................................ 6 vs. DePaul (9/5/09) Total Blocks.............................................................. 6 vs. DePaul (9/5/09) Assists................... 3 vs. Western Illinois (9/5/09); Michigan State (9/18/09)

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Before Clemson • Earned four letters in volleyball at Benet Academy, the same high school as former Clemson player Sue Eckman • In 2008, led the Redwings to a 40-2 record and a Illinois State Runners-Up finish • Team finished with the #2 ranking in the state of Illinois • Named to a pair of all-tournament teams as a senior and was a member of the Great Lakes High Performance Team • Led Benet to conference championships in 2007 and 2008 and a

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Sweet 16 appearance in the state tournament Played for the Sports Performance Volleyball Club, the same club that produced recent Clemson players Meghan Stanton, Leslie Mansfield, Jeannette Abbott and Sue Eckman Named an All-American at the Junior Volleyball Directors Association Championships in 2008 after leading the team to the title Father Joe played ice hockey at the University of Illinois from 198084 Born July 22, 1991 Majoring in biology.

PATZIN’S CAREER STATS Season 2009 TOTAL

SP MP 117 33 117 33

K K/S 287 2.45 287 2.45

E TA 114 818 114 818

Pct A .211 23 .211 23

A/S 0.20 0.20

SA 19 19

SA/S 0.16 0.16

SE 31 31

DIG 228 228

D/S 1.95 1.95

RE 20 20

BS 4 4

BA 36 36

TB 40 40

B/S BE 0.34 1 0.34 1

BHE PTS. Pts/S 1 328.0 2.80 1 328.0 2.80


Tiger Veterans

6’3” • SOPHOMORE • MH

MENTOR, OH MENTOR HIGH CLEVELAND VOLLEYBALL CLUB

Alexa

RAND

All-ACC Freshman Team Set single-season freshman blocks record (157)

17 • • • • • • • • • CAREER BESTS Category........................................................................ Career High (Last) Kills.......................................................... 16 vs. Boston College (10/9/09) Attack Pct.*...............................882 (15-0-17) vs. North Carolina (9/25/09) Digs............................................................. 4 vs. Virginia Tech (10/17/09) Block Solos......... 2 vs. PC (9/18/09), vs. BC (10/9/09), vs. Duke (10/23/09) Block Assists........................................................9 vs. Winthrop (8/29/09) Total Blocks................................................................10 vs. PC (9/18/09)

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Had eight kills and seven blocks against College of Charleston Big reason why Clemson was able to hold B.O.B. opponents to .159 hitting % Eight kills in 13 attempts for a .615 hitting mark against Western Illinois Had eight blocks against DePaul Had six kills in 11 attempts against Georgia Tech for a .455 hitting mark Recorded nine kills in 19 attempts and six blocks against Mississippi Had six kills in 10 attempts against PC and posted 10 blocks, tying a freshman record. Had six kills in 14 attempts against a ranked Michigan State Recorded nine kills in 14 attempts for a .500 hitting mark in the win over Furman; Also had six blocks Had 15 kills in 17 attempts with no errors for a .882 hitting mark against North Carolina Had 10 kills in 16 attempts for a .562 hitting mark against FSU Recorded 16 kills with no errors and five blocks in Clemson’s win over Boston College Recorded five kills and two blocks against #17 ranked Oregon in the first round of the NCAA tournament

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Before Clemson • Three-year letterwinner at Mentor (OH) High School • Led the Cardinals to a combined 68-13 record and three straight conference and district championships during those three years • Earned Honorable Mention All-Ohio accolades in 2008 and was named all-district and all-conference as both a junior and senior • Was selected as a District II all-star in 2008 and was named to the second-team for her district by the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association • Led team to the state semifinals in 2007 with a 24-3 record that season • In 2007, participated with the USA Girls’ Youth National A2 Training Team • Played for the Cleveland Volleyball Club • Team qualified for the Junior Olympic Nationals twice • Born January 21, 1991 • Majoring in biological sciences.

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(Freshman) Named to 2009 ACC All-Freshman Team Posted second-highest hitting percentage in school history at .391 Ranked second in the ACC in hitting percentage and blocking, averaging 1.28 per set. • Was fourth on the team with 240 kills, and her 157 blocks ranked tenth in school history for a single season • Posted best hitting day of an ACC Player in 2009 when she had 15 kills in 17 attacks (.882) against North Carolina • Had at least one block in 31 of 33 matches and had more than two total blocks in 29 matches • Hit .421 in ACC play Top Performances • Went for 12 kills in 27 attempts in her collegiate debut, also posting four blocks • Had nine kills and nine blocks against Winthrop. The nine blocks were the fifth most ever by a freshman in a match

RAND’S CAREER STATS Season 2009 TOTAL

SP MP 123 33 123 33

K K/S 240 1.95 240 1.95

E 58 58

TA 465 465

Pct A .391 5 .391 5

A/S 0.04 0.04

SA 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00

SE 1 1

DIG 29 29

D/S 0.24 0.24

RE 0 0

BS 24 24

BA 133 133

TB 157 157

B/S BE 1.28 8 1.28 8

BHE PTS. Pts/S 4 330.5 2.68 4 330.5 2.68


Tiger Veterans

Serenat

6’1” • SOPHOMORE • OH/RS

YAZ

ISTANBUL, TURKEY BOSTANCI OZEL DOGA LISESI VAKIFBANK GUNES SIGORTA YOUTH

1 2009 (Freshman) • Freshman appeared in 112 sets, primarily as a server at the beginning of the year, and then playing outside late in the season • Had 25 service aces, second on the team, in 434 serves • Had career-best eight kills, four assists, and nine digs against North Carolina on Halloween • Posted six kills in 16 attempts against Georgia Tech • Had seven kills and four digs in first round start in the NCAA tournament against #17 ranked Oregon

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Before Clemson • Talented player from Istanbul, Turkey with an impressive resume • Participated in the Turkish Youth National Team from 2005-07 and the Turkish Junior National Team from 2007-08 • Finished third at the 2008 European Junior Women’s Championships in Italy • In 2007, led the Turkish Youth National Team to a runner-up finish at the FIVB Youth Girls World Championships in Mexico, which was the first time a Turkish national team had played in the finals of a world championship in any sport • Team also won the Black Sea Games, placed third at the Olympic Youth Festival in Serbia and fifth at the European Youth Girls Championships in the Czech Republic • Led her high school to the Turkish National High School Championship titles in 2007-08 and 2008-09 • Was named the best outside hitter of the tournament in 2007-08 • High school team placed second in 2006-07 and third in 2005-06 at the Turkish championships • Played for the Vakifbank Gunes Sigorta club team, who routinely won or placed second at the Youth and Junior League Istanbul regionals and at the Youth and Junior Nationals • Born February 26, 1991 • Majoring in industrial engineering.

CAREER BESTS Category........................................................................ Career High (Last) Kills........................................................... 8 vs. North Carolina (10/31/09) Attack Pct.*........................................... .263 vs. North Carolina (10/31/09) Aces.....................................................................3 vs. NC State (9/27/09 Digs........................................................... 9 vs. North Carolina (10/31/09) Block Assists.............................................. 1 vs. North Carolina (10/31/09) Total Blocks................................................ 1 vs. North Carolina (10/31/09) Assists........................................................ 4 vs. North Carolina (10/31/09

YAZ’S CAREER STATS Season 2009 TOTAL

SP MP 112 31 112 31

K 26 26

K/S 0.23 0.23

E 10 10

TA 85 85

Pct A .188 6 .188 6

A/S 0.05 0.05

SA 25 25

SA/S 0.22 0.22

SE 16 16

DIG 61 61

D/S 0.54 0.54

RE 3 3

BS 0 0

BA 5 5

TB 5 5

B/S BE 0.04 1 0.04 1

BHE PTS. 1 53.5 1 53.5

Pts/S 0.47 0.47


Tiger Newcomers

5’10” • FRESHMAN • SETTER ORRVILLE, OH ORRVILLE HS CLEVELAND VOLLEYBALL CLUB

Hannah

BRENNER

Before Clemson • Hannah Brenner comes to Clemson from Orrville, Ohio as a setter. • One of two players from Ohio and the CVC Team (Alexa Rand). • Two-time member of the first team all-district, was named first team All-Conference three times and was a member of the Jackson Invitational Tournament team twice. • Lettered four years in volleyball. • Hoover on Brenner: “Hannah is a very energetic athlete with a great work ethic. I have been so impressed with our current freshman class and their work ethic, and Hannah will just continue to add to that team strength. Hannah has a distinct advantage with being a left handed setter and being able to be aggressive and attack the second contact. We haven’t had a lefty in the program in a while and are excited about what that dynamic will bring to the team.”

5’5” • FRESHMAN • S/DS

CHARLOTTE, NC PROVIDENCE HS CAROLINA JUNIORS VOLLEYBALL

Jennifer

LANE

Before Clemson • Played on the Carolina Juniors Volleyball club team • Participated in the Gold Medal Squared Team Camp (2005-2009) • Participated in the UNC-Chapel Hill Nike High Performance Camp in 2007 • Selected as a 2009 Player to Watch by Charlotte Observer • Selected to compete in the North Carolina state All-Star Tournament • Born 6/14/1992

5’11” • SOPHOMORE • OH/DS PEACHTREE CITY, GA MCINTOSH HIGH TSUNAMI

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Morgann

MITCHELL

2010: Sophomore • Rejoined the squad after a season off • Is still classified as a sophomore athletically, despite being an academic junior • Will compete for time at several positions, including DS and RS 2008: Freshman • Appeared in 15 matches as a freshman, primarily as a server • Had 63 service attempts, with one ace to her credit • Registered one kill and four digs Before Clemson • Lettered twice in volleyball and basketball and once in track at McIntosh High School in Peachtree City, GA.

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Tiger Newcomers

Lindsey

O’CONNELL 13

CARY, NC GREEN HOPE HS TRIANGLE VOLLEYBALL CLUB

Before Clemson • Attended the Junior Olympic Nationals (8th-10th grades) • Attended Amateur Athletic Union Junior Nationals as a sophomore and junior • Named Green Hope Varsity Volleyball Speaking Captain (senior) • Member of the Triangle Volleyball club team (sophomore and junior) • Member of NC Challengers volleyball club team (freshman) • Played at the highest level North Carolina volleyball team (8th-11th) • Member of Green Hope Varsity Volleyball team (four years)

Camila

ROSADO

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5’11” • FRESHMAN • OH

5’7” • FRESHMAN • DS

AGUAS BUENAS, PR COLEGIO ROSA-BELL Borinquen Coquí Volleyball Club

Before Clemson • Awarded the PRHSAA All-Star team Coaches Award in 2008 as one of the top eight players in the league. • Was the libero for the undefeated 19 & under 2009 Puerto Rican League Champions and for the 2009 Puerto Rico Junior Nationals 20 & Under Championship team, the biggest club tournament in Puerto Rico. • Strong beach volleyball player who won the AAU Beach Volleyball 2008 Junior Olympics Gold Medal in 2008 and was named AAU Beach Volleyball Player-of-the –Year during that same year. She was a four year letter winner in volleyball, was a member of multiple all-star teams in Puerto Rico. • Hoover on Rosado: “Cami is a fantastic person with a love of the game. She has traveled to so many places to play and just loves to compete. She has had a tremendous amount of success in the outdoor game and is used to covering a lot of court and handling a lot of responsibility. She has a long resume with many accomplishments and honors, and she is also very mature and humble, which just makes her that much more special.”

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6’0” • FRESHMAN • OH BUFORD, GA MILL CREEK HS

Before Clemson • Ranked as the #67 recruit overall by prepvolleyball.com • At Mill Creek high school in Hoschton, GA, was named first team All-State, was a member of the state All-Star team, and was named Gwinnett County First-team in volleyball. • The six-footer tallied 400 kills, 88 blocks, 48 aces, 182 digs as a senior. • Comes from an extremely athletic family. Her brother, Michael Booker, Jr. played football at Nebraska and went on to play in the NFL. Her other brother, Myreon, also played football at Nebraska until 2001. Simmons’ sister Andria Booker, ran track at LSU. • Simmons is a four-year letterwinner in basketball and all-Gwinnett County First-Team selection. • Hoover on Simmons: “Mo is a fantastic athlete with a tremendous amount of potential. She is relatively young regarding volleyball and has focused more on basketball until recently, so we are thrilled about her future. I am excited to see her progress and given a little time, could develop into one of the top outsides that we’ve had at Clemson.”


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Head Coach

Jolene

HEAD COACH • 18TH SEASON

JORDAN HOOVER

453-226 (.667) Overall Record • 360-195 (.649) at Clemson Two-Time ACC Coach of the Year Three ACC Championships Eight NCAA Tournament Appearances

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In her 17 seasons as head volleyball coach at Clemson, Jolene Jordan Hoover has raised the bar of expectations, performance, and accomplishment within the program. She led Clemson to a 27-8 record in her first season, and has maintained a remarkable track record of consistency since. Hoover is now the longest-tenured head coach of any women’s program at Clemson, and continues to approach the sport with the same energy and enthusiasm that made her a Hall of Fame player at Illinois State. Before her arrival, Clemson had never been to the NCAA Tournament and had won just 41 percent of its ACC matches. In her 17 years at the helm, Clemson has now been to the NCAA Tournament eight times, including four years in which it provided a host role for the national event, in 1994, 1999, 2007 and 2008. Clemson has won nearly 60 percent of its ACC matches in her tenure, and she has led the team to three conference titles. Hoover is already Clemson’s all-time winningest volleyball coach with a 360-195 career record. She has won at least 22 matches nine times during her tenure, including each of the past four seasons. Hoover’s teams have a 176-116 (.603) record in ACC play, including a school record and ACC-best 21-1 mark in 2007. She has posted a 453-226 overall record in her 20 seasons as a head coach, ranking in the top 40 among active NCAA head coaches. With a 3-0 victory over N.C. State in the first match of the 2004 season, Hoover reached the 100-win plateau in ACC matches and is one of only three current league coaches who can make the claim. She reached two additional milestones during the 2007 season, recording her 300th win at Clemson and her 400th career coaching victory. The 2009 season helped to solidify Hoover, as she led the team to a 23-10 overall record and a third consecutive NCAA berth and a fourth-place finish in the ACC. Hoover has coached great individual student-athletes to success during her time at Clemson. She has coached 19 different players to 37 All-Region selections, as well as 36 All-ACC selections. Her 2007 squad set records for All-ACC performers with six on the first and second teams and AVCA All-Region selections with four. The 2009 team also had four All-ACC performers and tied the 2007 team’s mark with four All-Region selections. The lengthy list of Tiger stars also includes Cindy Stern, who became the ACC’s first volleyball All-American in 1999, and Danielle Hepburn, just the second player in school history to be named to an All-American team. Hoover coached Hepburn to a third-team selection in 2008, capping an impressive career for the middle hitter. Hepburn was the ACC’s 2008 Player-of-the-Year after leading the league in kills and blocks. She ranked second nationally in blocks per set with a 1.50 average and became Clemson’s three-time First Team All-ACC selection since Stern. Stern also earned ACC Player-of-the-Year honors in 1999 under Hoover’s guidance, and Hoover added Leslie Finn to the list of all-conference greats in 2003, after she garnered first-team All-ACC status. Hoover coached Finn to one of the most spectacular individual seasons in school history in 2004. The outside hitter was a first-team All-ACC and AVCA All-Region selection. Under Hoover’s tutelage, Finn set a single-season and career kills record for Clemson. Hoover then coached Danielle Hepburn to one of the finest careers in school history from 2005-08. Hepburn left the program with the career record for and three of the top five single-season hitting percentages. She also holds school records for block assists and total blocks over a career and ranks in the top 10 for kills. Hepburn’s hitting percentage ranked among the top 15 nationally in 2007 (.395) and 2008 (.391) and she had a pair of top-five marks for blocks per set over her career. Hoover is also no stranger to the development of young talent. Five times she has coached the ACC Rookie of the Year, with Jeannette Abbott earning the award most recently in 2005. Sandra Adeleye was the most recent Tiger to benefit form her tutelage, earning

Hoover By The Numbers

• 360 school victories, Clemson’s winningest volleyball coach • 176 Career ACC Victories • 39 All-ACC Selections • 37 AVCA All-Region Selections • 16 ACC All-Freshman Team Selections • 10 ACC All-Tournament Selections • 14 AVCA All-Americans • 8 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 7 ACC 50-Year Anniversary Team Players • 5 ACC Rookie of the Year Selections • 2 ACC Regular Season Championships (1999, 2007) • 2 ACC Coach of the Year (1994, 2007) • 2 ACC Players-of-the-Year (Cindy Stern, Danielle Hepburn) • 1 ACC Tournament Championship (1997) • 1 ACC Tournament MVP (1997)


Head Coach East Region freshman-of-the-Year honors, as well as a spot on the All-Region and All-ACC teams. Additionally, Alexa Rand was named to the All-ACC freshman team in 2009. Clemson played four freshman more than 100 sets, giving them valuable winning experiences as well as a taste of the NCAA tournament. The file also includes 1998 selection Jodi Steffes and 1999 selection Jessi Betcher. Steffes completed her career in 2001 as Clemson’s first fourtime AVCA All-District honoree and was inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in the fall of 2009. Betcher finished her Tiger career in 2002 as Clemson all-time leader in assists with 1,551. Hoover has coached 14 different players to the All-ACC freshman team, including at least one in eight of the last 10 seasons. She placed two rookies on the squad in 2006 in Kelsey Murphy and Didem Ege, marking just the second time in program history that the conference All-Freshman team included two Tigers. Both were during Hoover’s reign. The development of Ege and Murphy combined with veterans at the five remaining positions to secure the 2007 squad’s place in Clemson history. Hoover led the team to an ACC Championship, a trip to the NCAA Tournament and the #22 final ranking with a 29-4 overall record and a program-best 21-1 mark in the conference. She was named the 2007 ACC Coach-of-the-Year, her second such honor, while coaching an unprecedented four AVCA Honorable Mention All-America selections. The team established new standards for overall and conference winning streaks during the season at 14 and 17, respectively; and the .879 winning percentage for the year was the highest figure achieved by a Clemson women’s sports program in this century. Ege went on to win ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2009, as

well as an All-ACC selection after setting the ACC record for career digs, as she ended her career among the top 15 in NCAA history. Murphy closed out her career as a three-time All-ACC talents, and is the only player in league history to record 5000 assists, 1000 digs, and 400 blocks. With its team and individual success, the 2007 team etched its mark alongside that of the 1999 squad, whose season set the bar for Hoover and the program. That year, the Tigers posted a 31-3 overall record and finished the season ranked 22nd nationally. That .910 winning percentage was not only a Clemson volleyball record, but the top winning percentage for any Clemson sport in the decade of the 1990s. The season included an ACC regular season championship, a 27-game winning streak over the first nine matches of the season, a record four wins over Top 25 teams, and a record 16-match winning streak. The most impressive statistic might have been a perfect 12-0 record on the opponent’s home floor. Hoover led the Tigers to a #9 final RPI ranking that season as well. The 1999 season was Clemson’s fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament in a seven-year period. Her 1993 and 1994 teams finished their seasons in the NCAAs, just the fourth time in Clemson athletic history a coach had taken a team to the NCAAs in the first two years with the program. Her first two teams were a combined 55-15 overall, 20-8 in ACC play. The 1997 and 1998 teams also reached NCAA Tournament play. The 1997 squad won the program’s first ever ACC Championship. Clemson upset then-undefeated and 13th-ranked Maryland to win the title, as three Tigers were chosen to the All-Tournament team for the first time in school history and

Hoover’s Resume

Career record 453-226 (.667) Year-by-Year at Clemson Year Notes 2009 • 23-10 Overall, 13-7 ACC (4th place) • NCAA Tournament • Coached Sandra Adeleye, Didem Ege, Kelsey Murphy, and Lia Proctor to AVCA All-Region and All-America honors and All-ACC selections • Coached Adeleye and Alexa Rand to ACC All-Freshman Team honors • Coached Ege to ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors and the ACC record for career digs (2,303) 2008 • 23-10 Overall, 14-6 ACC (3rd place) • NCAA Tournament - 2nd round • Coached Danielle Hepburn to ACC Player-of-the-Year Honors • Coached Hepburn, Kelsey Murphy, and Lia Proctor to AVCA All-Region and All-America honors and All-ACC selections 2007 • Won ACC Title • 29-4 overall • ACC Coach-of-the-Year • Ranked #22 in final AVCA poll • NCAA Tournament - 2nd round • Coached four players to AVCA Honorable Mention All-America • Coached school-record six players to All-ACC honors • Established longest winning streak in Clemson history (17 matches) 2006 • Finished 3rd in the ACC • Record 20-10 • Coached Jeannette Abbott and Danielle Hepburn to AVCA All-American Honors 2005 • Finished 10th in the ACC • Record 12-18 2004 • Upset ACC regular season champion Georgia Tech (3-1) • Coached Leslie Finn to AVCA All-America Honors • Earned 100th ACC Victory as Clemson Head Coach • Record 20-14 2003 • Finished tied for sixth in the ACC • Record 18-16 2002 • Finished fifth in the ACC • Record 17-15 2001 • Finished seventh in the ACC • Record 11-17 2000 • Finished seventh in the ACC • Record 13-18 1999 • Finished season with #22 national ranking • NCAA Tournament Participant • ACC Regular Season Champions • Coached Cindy Stern to AVCA All-America Honors • Record 31-3, best in Clemson history 1998 • Became Clemson’s winningest volleyball coach • NCAA Tournament Participant • Finished fourth in the ACC • Record 22-11

1997 • Won Clemson volleyball’s first ACC Championship Title • NCAA Tournament • Reached 200th career victory • Defeated 13th ranked and 25-0 Maryland in the second round of the ACC Tournament • Record 26-8 1996 • Finished fourth in the ACC • Record 17-15 1995 • Finished second in the ACC • Record 23-10 1994 • ACC Coach of the Year • NCAA Tournament - 2nd round • Beat Stephen F. Austin for program’s first NCAA Tourna- ment win • Finished Second in the ACC Tournament • Record 28-8 1993 • NCAA Tournament Participant • First Ever Regional Ranking for Clemson Volleyball Team • Finished Second in the ACC • Record 27-8 1993 • Selected Head Volleyball Coach, Clemson University Clemson Record 314-175 (.642) Year-by-Year at Western Maryland College Year Notes 1992 • Record 34-7 1991 • Record 26-16 1990 • Record 33-8 WMC Record 93-31 (.750) Hoover Pre-Clemson Career Highlights 1989 • Assistant Coach, Illinois State University • Finished First in the Gateway Conference • NCAA Tournament 1988 • Assistant Coach, University of Tennessee • Finished second in the Southeastern Conference • Record 23-12 1987 • Finished third in the Southeastern Conference • Record 18-18 1986 • Assistant Coach, Illinois State University Hoover Playing Career Highlights Illinois State University 1985 • Team Record: 29-18, Team MVP • Player of the Year in the Gateway Conference • NCAA Tournament 1982, 83, 84, 85 • Gateway Conf. Champions 1982, 83, 84, 85 1984 • Team Record: 36-6, Ranked Ninth in the Nation 1983 • Team Record: 36-6, Named All-Conference

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Michelle Thieke was named tourney MVP. Clemson finished that year with a 26-8 ledger. The 1998 team reached the second round of the NCAAs before losing to second-ranked Penn State on its home court. It has a school record six wins in five-game matches. Hoover coached her 2008 squad to a second-straight NCAA appearance and another first-round victory, marking the first time ever that the Tigers reached the second round in back-to-back seasons. Clemson posted a 2310 overall record with a 14-6 ledger in conference play. In addition to Hepburn’s top league honor, Murphy was named to the First Team and Lia Proctor earned the first ACC accolade of her career with a second-team selection. With Hoover’s coaching, Proctor has made great strides in her game since her freshman season. She posted nearly 100 more kills each year, compared the one prior, while bettering her hitting percentage each season as well. In 2008, Proctor was given a full-rotation role for the first time and used it to record 329 digs (second-most on the team) and 26 service aces. Her improved play was a contributing factor in the team’s successes, providing a balance to Hepburn in the middle. Hoover led the Tigers to a 20-14 record during the 2004 season, the most wins at Clemson since the 1999 season. Among the 20 wins was one of Hoover’s greatest upsets. After handling Virginia Tech to open the ACC Tournament, the Tigers were faced with a matchup versus #1 seed Georgia Tech, who went undefeated in the regular season. The Tigers prevailed 3-1 in one of Clemson’s best performances in recent memory. With four underclassmen starters, along with the team’s libero, the 2006 Clemson squad’s resume was even then more remarkable. Hoover guided the Tigers to another 20-win season and a third-place finish in the ACC. Clemson has reaped the benefits of a veteran leader on the court, but the 45-year-old Hoover began her list of accomplishments long before taking over as head coach of the Tiger program. Hoover graduated from Illinois State University in 1986, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education. While attending Illinois State, Hoover was named all-league in the Gateway Conference in 1983 and 1985, and also the league’s Most Valuable Player in 1985. She was also named Most Valuable Player in two regular season tournaments, chosen as the team’s co-captain in 1985, and was an AAU Junior Olympic AllAmerican in 1982 and 1983. In October of 1999, Hoover was inducted into the Illinois State University Hall of Fame, and was inducted into the BradleyBourbonnais Community High School Hall of Fame in February of 2000. She was honored again in the fall of 2006 as she was named to the Missouri Valley Conference’s (formerly the Gateway Conference) volleyball All-Centennial team. During her Illinois State career, Hoover led the Redbirds to four Gateway Conference Championships and four NCAA Tournament appearances. Upon graduating from Illinois State, Hoover participated in the 1987 inaugural season of the professional Major League Volleyball as a setter for the Chicago Breeze. In the summer of 1985, she represented the USA in the World University Games held in Kobe, Japan; and also trained with the United States Women’s National Volleyball Team in San Diego, CA. Hoover’s first coaching stint came in 1986 when she served as an assistant at her alma mater, Illinois State. In 1987, she was named assistant coach at the University of Tennessee. While at Tennessee, the Volunteers finished second in the Southeastern Conference in 1988, after a third-place ranking in 1987. In 1989, Hoover left Tennessee to return to her alma mater as an assistant coach. During that season, Illinois State finished as the Gateway Conference Champions, posted a 21-10 record (9-0 in conference), and qualified for the NCAA Tournament. Hoover’s first head coaching position came in 1990 when she took over the Western Maryland College Terrors. During her three-year tenure at Western Maryland she compiled a 93-31 overall record. When combined with her 16-year mark at Clemson, Hoover has an impressive 430-216 (.665) career record. Since her arrival at Clemson, Hoover has not only been coaching the Tigers, but has also worked outside the collegiate coaching area. She has served as the head coach of the USA’s Youth National Team in 1996, an assistant with the 1995 Olympic Festival Team, and as the assistant coach for the Youth National Team in 1994. Hoover, who earned a master’s degree from Clemson in 1997, and her husband Dave Hoover, have two children, Hayley (17) and Carley (14).

Hoover’s Clemson Milestone Timeline December 2, 1992 Named Head Coach of the Tigers September 3, 1993 Recorded first win at Clemson, a 3-0 victory over Tennessee-Martin September. 11, 1993 Recorded her 100th career coaching victory as the Tigers defeated Drexel, 3-0 December 1, 1993 Coached Clemson in its first NCAA Tournament appearance September 6, 1997 Hit the 100-win mark at Clemson with a 3-0 victory against St. Louis September 26, 1997 Won her 200th career match as a coach, bettering Wake Forest by a 3-0 margin November 23, 1997 Led the Tigers to their first ACC Championship, defeating Duke, Maryland and Georgia Tech at the conference tournament en route to the title September 6, 2002 Won her 200th match at Clemson with a 3-0 victory over East Carolina September 24, 2002 Reached career coaching win #300 as Clemson edged Furman, 3-2 September 24, 2004 Defeated NC State, 3-0, to reach the 100-win plateau in ACC matches October 13, 2007 Notched her 300th victory at the helm of the Tiger program as Clemson knocked off 14th-ranked Duke, 3-2 November 3, 2007 Recorded her 400th career coaching victory as the Tigers downed Virginia Tech, 3-1 Nov. 21, 2007 Coached Tigers to a 3-0 win over Maryland to secure the program’s second outright ACC title Oct. 2, 2009 Coached Clemson to a 3-2 win against Miami, clinching the 700th win in program history, only the second ACC team to reach that milestone.


Assistant Coach

ASSISTANT COACH • 6TH SEASON RECRUITING COORDINATOR

Jodi

WELP

2009 Clemson Athletic Hall-of-Fame Inductee Four-time AVCA All-Region Selection Three-time All-ACC Choice 1998 ACC Rookie of the Year

Ross to all-conference honors as well. Ross was named to ACC All-Freshman team in 2004 after she recorded a then school record 472 kills and 127 defensive saves. (Jeannette Abbott broke the mark the next season with 515.) With the graduation of Finn, Ross then led the Tiger offense with 525 kills during her sophomore season to earn an All-ACC Second Team selection. Ross twice tied the school record for kills in a single match in 2005, posting 32 kills in back-to-back matches in the final month of the season. With her responsibilities the recruiting efforts, Welp also helped to bring to Clemson recently graduated seniors and fellow Illinois-natives Meghan Steiner, Leslie Mansfield and Jeannette Abbott. Steiner was named an Honorable Mention All-American in 2007 while Mansfield made her mark on the program as one of its greatest all-around players. Abbott concluded her career Jodi Steffes Welp is entering her sixth overall season on the Clemson volleyball in 2008 and her name is splattered across the Clemson record books. Welp coaching staff and the third year of her second stint as an assistant coach. was also a member of the staff that inked Danielle Hepburn, who graduated in Welp was a four-year Tiger letterwinner from 1998-2001 and was inducted 2008 as arguably the program’s most decorated player. Hepburn was named into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in the fall of 2009. She served her first the ACC Player-of-the-Year as a senior and became just the second player in tour of duty as an assistant coach from 2003-05 and returned in the spring of school history to be named to an All-America team. 2008. Hepburn left the program with the career record for and three of the top “Obviously I can’t express enough how excited we are to have Jodi back five single-season hitting percentages. She also holds school records for block on staff and with our program,” Hoover said. “Jodi was a model studentassists and total blocks over a career and ranks in the top 10 for kills. Hepathlete who contributed greatly to the team’s success while she was on the burn’s hitting percentage ranked among the top 15 nationally in 2007 (.395) court. As a member of our staff, Jodi is very organized and a great support to and 2008 (.391) and she had a pair of top-five marks for blocks per set over me. She helped assemble our present team and I am really looking forward to her career. working with her. All-ACC selections Kelsey Muyrphy, Didem Ege, and Lia Proctor. Mur Welp handles the majority of the staff’s recruiting efforts, maintaining phy, who attended the same high school as Welp (Providence Catholic), was a database of prospective student-athletes and evaluating their skills and fit a three-time All-ACC First-Team selection, while Ege and Proctor have also with the team’s needs. She will also plan a recruit’s official visit that includes earned all-conference honors during their careers, including Ege’s 2009 Dearranging meetings with various athletic administrators, academic advisors fensive Player of the Year honor. Proctor made great strides last season as she and university faculty. Additionally, her office responsibilities involve opponent improved in nearly every statistical category on her way to All-ACC honors. scouting and breaking down game film. Welp helped lead that group of then-juniors and their teammates to a During her Tiger playing career, Welp was Clemson’s first four-time All23-10 record and an NCAA appearance in 2008. Clemson advanced to the Region honoree and was a three-time All-ACC second-team member (1999second round of the NCAA Championships for the second straight year, mark2001). She was named the 1998 ACC Rookie-of-the-Year and that same year ing the first time in school history the Tigers won a match in the national was named to the ACC All-Freshman team. tournament in back-to-back seasons. Clemson finished third in the conference Throughout her career at Clemson, she was named to seven all-tournawith a 14-6 record. ment teams. Welp ranks seventh on the career list for most attempts (3,600) She then helped lead Clemson to a 23-10 mark in 2010 and a third conand ninth in kills (1,422) and service aces (132). She is also fourth all-time secutive NCAA Tournament appearance. Clemson had four players named to for defensive saves with 1,309 digs and was named to the ACC’s 50th Annithe All-ACC and All-East Region team, including Sandra Adeleye, who earned versary team in 2003. As one of the program’s most versatile players, Welp is the honors as a freshman. Adeleye was also named the East region Rookie of one of only four members of the All-Around Club of players who accumulated the Year. at least 500 kills, 1,000 defensive saves and 200 total blocks over her career. Welp, a native of Elwood, IL, graduated from She is just the third volleyball player to Clemson in 2002 with a degree in elementary edbe inducted into the Clemson Hall of Fame, The Welp File ucation. While completing her student teaching, joining Denise Murphy and Cindy Stern. Welp’s invitation came in just her third year of eligibil- Birthdate Feb. 2, 1980 Steffes served as the head coach of the Walhalla ity. Hometown Elwood, IL High School volleyball team. She coached the team to the regional playoffs in 2002. During her first stint as an assistant at Family Husband, Alex She married Alex Welp, a former Director of Clemson, Welp helped the Tigers to a 20-win High School Providence Catholic (New Lenox, IL) Operations for the Clemson Men’s Basketball proseason in 2004 while helping Leslie Finn to BA Clemson, 2002 gram, in the summer of 2006. The couple spent become just the second player in program his- Education Clemson, 1998-01 time outside of collegiate athletics in Virginia and tory to collect All-America honors. Finn holds Playing Experience Walhalla High School, Head Coach - 2002 Illinois before returning to the Upstate and now the school records for kills in a career with Coaching Experience Clemson University, Assistant - 2003-05, 2008-pres. resides in Easley, SC. 1,906 and career kills per game average at 4.19. Welp helped coach former player Brittany

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Clemson Volleyball head coach Jolene Jordan Hoover announced the hiring of Derek Schmitt to the staff as an assistant coach in early 2010. Schmitt, a 1995 graduate of Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA, comes to Clemson after serving as the Head Women’s Volleyball Coach and Assistant Director of Athletics at Southern Wesleyan University since 2005. “I am very excited to announce that Derek Schmitt will be joining our staff at Clemson,” said Hoover. “He has handled many different areas during his time at Southern Wesleyan, in addition to coaching their volleyball team, which made him an extremely attractive candidate for this position.” Schmitt had extensive responsibilities at Southern Wesleyan, including the coordination of all travel, maintaining academic progress, overseeing the travel budgets of 10 teams, performing sports information duties, in addition to his duties as a head volleyball coach. He has also worked with Club South Volleyball in Spartanburg, SC, since 2008, a program which turned out Clemson players two-time All-ACC selection Lia Proctor and Lisa Jedlicka. “I am extremely excited to be joining the Clemson Volleyball program and the entire Clemson Athletics family. I am very thankful to Coach Hoover and the administration for providing me with this opportunity. Having lived in nearby Central, S.C. for the past five years, I’ve been following athletics at Clemson and specifically the volleyball program. The volleyball program has had a lot of success and it is a privilege to be a part of it going forward.” As part of his Assistant Coach post, Schmitt will be responsible for many of the team’s day-to-day operations and administration. He will also be responsible for the coordination of travel as well as assist in on-court strategy and execution. Schmitt lives in Central, SC and has been married to Monique Schmitt for 15 years. The two have a daughter, Annika, who just turned five years old.

The Schmitt File Birthdate November 5 Hometown Quincy, MA Family Wife: Monique; Daughter: Annika High School Oil City Area Sr. High (Oil City, PA Education BA Eastern Nazarene, ‘95 Playing Experience MH at Eastern Nazarene University

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ASSISTANT COACH • 1ST SEASON

Coaching Experience UMass-Boston - Head Coach - 2000-02 Eastern Nazarene College - Head Coach - 2002-05 Southern Wesleyan - Head Coach - 2005-10 Clemson University, Assistant - 2010-pres.


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2009 Season Review

FINAL STAT RANKS

2009 Highlights

2009 Clemson Volleyball

Individual Rankings • Clemson finished the season with a 23-10 overall Challenge in September after leading Clemson to a 3-0 Clemson Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 04, 2009) record in the event. record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for a third PLAYER CATEGORY STAT All matches a freshman, straight season. It marked only the second time in school • Lia Proctor, a senior, and Sandra Adeleye, Lia Proctor Kills/Set 3.78 history the Tigers have earned bids to the national event were also included on the All-ACC team. Proctor led the Sandra Adeleye Kills/Set 3.09 three straight years. Tigers in kills and was second on the squad in digs. Alexa Rand Hitting % .391 • The Tigers finished fourth in the ACC with a 13-7 reAdeleye was second on the team with a .386 hitting RECORD: AWAY NEUTRAL Sandra Adeleye Hitting % .386 while accumulating 297 kills,HOME second-best cord, which included an impressive 6-3 mark on the road. percentage,OVERALL GAMES 12-6 7-3 4-1 on the team. 23-10 • Clemson won its 700th victoryALL as a program on Oct. Kelsey Murphy Assists/Set 10.61 2 in a come-from-behind, 3-2 win over Miami in Coral • Adeleye and Alexa Rand were both named7-4 to the ACC’s CONFERENCE 13-7 6-3 0-0 Gables, FL. The Tigers became the first ACC program to All-Freshman Team. Rand was the top hitter5-2 on the squad Blocks/Set 1.28 NON-CONFERENCE 10-3 1-0 Alexa Rand 4-1 with a .391 figure, and also led the team with 157 total reach the 700-win milestone. Sandra Adeleye Blocks/Set 1.16 blocks. • Didem Ege was named ACC Defensive Player-of-the  Freshman-of- Ege  4.86 Didem Digs/Set Year after establishing a conference record for defensive • Adeleye was named the East Region was     Coaches  Association           saves. She also named to the All-ACC team,one of  the-Year by the American Volleyball Cansu Ozdemir Aces 0.29 (AVCA). She the third Tiger to win theaward.  four selections to the squad for Clemson.       is    in history          • Ege, Murphy and Proctor were all named to the AVCA • Kelsey Murphy was named All-ACC for the third                 BOLD  denotes  returning  player  consecutive from her setter position. Sheis the  All-East Region Team.  season                only player history to record at least 5,000 • Freshman to the All-ACC in ACC  assists,    Natalie  Patzin was named       TeamRankings      1,000 digs and 400 blocks in a career. Academic Team at the conclusion of the season.               CATEGORY      STAT  • Murphy was named Most Valuable Player at the DePaul

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           

                                    Team Honors     Champions, DePaul Challenge     NCAA Tournament Participant    

2009 TIGER HONORS

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           

ACC Player of the Week (11/1-11/8)   All-ACC Team  ACC All-Freshman Team    All-East Region Team  Freshman of East Region the Year AVCA Honorable All-American   Mention     Didem Ege    Preseason All-ACC  Big Orange Bash All-Tournament Team   All-Tournament  Team DePaul Challenge ACC Defensive the Year   Player of  All-ACC  All-East Region   Mention All-American  AVCA Honorable  Kelsey Murphy    Preseason All-ACC    Big Orange Bash All-Tournament Team    DePaul Challenge MVP    ACC Player of the Week (8/31-9/6)   All-Tournament  Team GT Courtyard Classic  Clemson Classic All-Tournament Team  All-ACC  All-East Region   Mention All-American  AVCA Honorable    Natalie    Patzin DePaul Challenge All-Tournament Team     Lia Proctor    Preseason All-ACC  GT Courtyard Classic All-Tournament Team Clemson Classic   All-Tournament  Team ACC Player of the Week (11/9-11/15)   All-ACC    All-East Region   Mention All-American  AVCA Honorable    Alexa Rand    ACC All-Freshman Team       

                                                                                             

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  OFFENSIVE         Hitting  Percentage     .258  Set   Kills  Per   13.36    Assists  Per Set    12.14  Service Aces Per Set 1.08   Blocks  Allowed  Per  Set   1.52            DEFENSIVE       Set   Blocks  Per     2.74  Opp. Hitting Percentage .175   Service  Aces  Allowed    0.80    Digs Per Set     14.91                 

                                 

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ACC 2nd 8th

NCAA 81st

2nd 3rd

10th 14th

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                                 

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          NCAA   23rd 68th 92nd  231st       14th      132nd                                      


2009 Season Review Final Individual Stats ATTACK ## Name SP MP-MS K K/Set E TA Pct A 6 3-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 1 Sharpe,Katie 2 Adeleye,Sandra 96 28-25 297 3.09 70 588 .386 2 27 10-8 41 1.52 10 89 .348 0 3 Fennell,Brittany 4 Williams,Jessica 50 18-10 62 1.24 26 172 .209 30 15 7-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 5 Mirutenko,Tanya 6 Yaz,Serenat 112 31-0 26 0.23 10 85 .188 6 125 33-0 1 0.01 0 4 .250 42 7 Ege,Didem 9 Ozdemir,Cansu 115 33-23 133 1.16 43 367 .245 71 2 1-0 0 0.00 1 1 -1.000 0 10 Brooke Kohler 12 Jedlicka,Lisa 16 8-1 22 1.38 6 46 .348 1 125 33-33 472 3.78 196 1390 .199 12 13 Proctor,Lia 14 Patzin,Natalie 117 33-33 287 2.45 114 818 .211 23 125 33-33 89 0.71 27 265 .234 1326 15 Murphy,Kelsey 17 Rand,Alexa 123 33-32 240 1.95 58 465 .391 5 CLEMSON............. 125 33-33 1670 13.36 561 4290 .259 1518 Opponents........... 125 33-33 1592 12.74 784 4606 .175 1480

SET SERVE A/Set TA Pct SA SA/Set 0.00 0 .000 0 0.00 0.02 18 .111 1 0.01 0.00 5 .000 0 0.00 0.60 101 .297 5 0.10 0.00 1 .000 0 0.00 0.05 19 .316 25 0.22 0.34 160 .262 21 0.17 0.62 273 .260 33 0.29 0.00 0 .000 0 0.00 0.06 3 .333 0 0.00 0.10 97 .124 12 0.10 0.20 103 .223 19 0.16 10.61 3396 .390 19 0.15 0.04 29 .172 0 0.00 12.14 4205 .361 135 1.08 11.84 4624 .320 100 0.80

SE 1 0 0 12 2 16 23 26 0 0 29 31 17 1 163 194

TA Pct 15 .933 4 1.000 2 1.000 104 .885 33 .939 434 .963 477 .952 457 .943 1 1.000 0 .000 379 .923 465 .933 436 .961 9 .889 2821 .942 2485 .922

RECEPT DIG BLOCKING ## Name S RE TA Pct DIG Dig/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE POINTS Pts/Set 1 Sharpe,Katie 6 0 1 1.000 1 0.17 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0.00 96 0 3 1.000 32 0.33 16 95 111 1.16 16 1 361.5 3.77 2 Adeleye,Sandra 27 0 0 .000 3 0.11 2 27 29 1.07 4 0 56.5 2.09 3 Fennell,Brittany 4 Williams,Jessica 50 12 180 .933 80 1.60 0 28 28 0.56 4 2 81.0 1.62 15 0 0 .000 6 0.40 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0.00 5 Mirutenko,Tanya 6 Yaz,Serenat 112 3 56 .946 61 0.54 0 5 5 0.04 1 1 53.5 0.48 125 26 752 .965 607 4.86 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 22.0 0.18 7 Ege,Didem 9 Ozdemir,Cansu 115 21 461 .954 201 1.75 5 51 56 0.49 4 5 196.5 1.71 2 0 1 1.000 0 0.00 0 1 1 0.50 0 0 0.5 0.25 10 Brooke Kohler 12 Jedlicka,Lisa 16 0 0 .000 4 0.25 1 12 13 0.81 3 0 29.0 1.81 125 8 366 .978 342 2.74 13 56 69 0.55 4 1 525.0 4.20 13 Proctor,Lia 14 Patzin,Natalie 117 20 447 .955 228 1.95 4 36 40 0.34 1 1 328.0 2.80 125 0 1 1.000 270 2.16 10 90 100 0.80 7 7 163.0 1.30 15 Murphy,Kelsey 17 Rand,Alexa 123 0 9 1.000 29 0.24 24 133 157 1.28 8 4 330.5 2.69 Team 10 CLEMSON............. 125 100 2288 .956 1864 14.91 75 534 342.0 2.74 52 22 2147.0 17.18 Opponents........... 125 134 2653 .949 1836 14.69 49 281 189.5 1.52 48 36 1881.5 15.05

SUPERLATIVES Team Highs Team Lows Kills 71 vs. Furman (9/19) 36 vs. Maryland (10/10) Attempts 192 vs. Virginia Tech (10/17) 68 vs. PC (9/18) Hitting Pct. .441 vs. Presbyterian College (9/18) .156 vs. Georgia Tech (9/11) Assists 63 vs. Furman (9/19) 31 vs. Loyola (9/4) Service Aces 7 vs. College of Charleston (8/29), at UVA (10/16) 0 vs. Ole Miss (9/12) Digs 93 vs. Furman (9/19) 24 vs. PC (9/18) Block Solos 5 vs. Coll.of Char. (8/29), Mich. State (9/18), VA Tech (10/17) 0 vs. South Carolina (8/28), SEMO (9/12) Block Assists 26 vs. Winthrop (8/29), PC (9/18) 4 vs. North Carolina (9/25) Total Blocks 16.0 vs. College of Charleston (8/29), Michigan State (9/18) 5.0 vs. SEMO (9/12), North Carolina (9/25) Opponent Highs Opponent Lows Kills 72 by Virginia Tech (10/17) 24 by NC State (9/27) Attempts 204 by Furman (9/19) 85 by PC (9/18) Hitting Pct. .431 by North Carolina (9/25) -.030 by DePaul (9/5) Assists 68 by Virginia Tech (10/17) 24 by NC State (9/27) Service Aces 7 by Miami (10/2), Virginia Tech (10/17) 0 by NC State (9/27), Maryland (10/10) Digs 97 by South Carolina (8/28) 22 by PC (9/18) Block Solos 4 by College of Charleston (8/29), Miami (10/2), Duke (10/23) 0 by Several (10) Block Assists 26 by Duke (10/23) 0 by PC (9/18) Total Blocks 17.0 by Duke (10/23) 0.0 by PC (9/18) Clemson Individual Highs Opponent Individual HIghs Kills 24 by Lia Proctor vs. Duke (10/23) 36 by Lane Carico of Miami (10/2) Attempts 71 by Lia Proctor vs. Miami (10/2), FSU (10/4) 83 by Lane Carico of Miami (10/2) Hitting Pct. .882 by Alexa Rand vs. North Carolina (9/25) .697 by Brianna Barry of Florida State (10/4) (min. 10 kills) (15-0-17) (24-1-33) Assists 61 by Kelsey Murphy vs. Furman (9/19) 62 by Erin Leaser at Virginia Tech(10/17) Service Aces 5 by Cansu Ozdemir vs NC State (10/30) 4 by Justine Record of Virginia Tech (10/17) Digs 36 by Didem Ege vs. Furman (9/19) 37 by Jill Gergen of Virginia Tech (10/17) Block Solos 3 by Lia Proctor at Virginia Tech (10/17) 3 by Chrissy DeMichelis of Georgia Tech (9/11) 3 by Becci Burling of Duke (10/23) 3 by Ariell Cooke of Miami (10/2) Block Assists 9 by Alexa Rand vs. Winthrop (8/29) 7 by Jordana Price of Florida State (10/4) 7 by Becci Burling of Duke (10/23) Total Blocks 10 by Alexa Rand vs. Presbyterian College (9/18) 10 by Becci Burling of Duke (10/23)

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Final ACC Standings ACC Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. *Florida State 19 1 .950 31 3 .912 *Duke 17 3 .850 27 6 .818 *Georgia Tech 15 5 .750 21 10 .677 *Clemson 13 7 .650 23 10 .697 *Miami 11 9 .550 18 13 .581 North Carolina 11 9 .550 15 16 .484 Virginia Tech 9 11 .450 19 12 .613 Wake Forest 9 11 .450 11 20 .355 Virginia 7 13 .350 12 19 .387 Maryland 6 14 .300 14 19 .424 Boston College 2 18 .100 12 19 .387 NC State 1 19 .050 8 27 .229 *earned NCAA Tournament Bid

2009 All-ACC Volleyball Team Name Sandra Adeleye Didem Ege Kelsey Murphy Lia Proctor Becci Burling Kellie Catanach Rachael Moss Brianna Barry Mira Djuric Rachael Morgan Jordana Price Chrissy DeMichelis Monique Mead Mary Ashley Tippins Lane Carico Cassie Loessberg Simone Asque Felicia Willoughby

Yr. Pos. Fr. MH Sr. DS Sr. S Sr. OH Jr. MB So. S Sr. OH Sr. MB Sr. OH So. OH Sr. MB Sr. OH Fr. OH Jr. S So. OH Sr. DS So. OH Jr. MB

School Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson Duke Duke Duke Florida State Florida State Florida State Florida State Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Miami Miami Virginia Virginia Tech

Brianna Barry, Sr., MB, Florida State Player of the Year: Defensive Player of the Year: Didem Ege, Sr., DS, Clemson Coach of the Year: Chris Poole, Florida State


2009 Season Review 2009 sched ule and Match leaders:

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Day Date Loc. Opponent Time/Result Kill Leader Block Leader Dig Leader Sat. Aug. 22 H Orange & White Scrimmage WHT, 3-1 --- --- --Fri. Aug. 28 Hb South Carolina L, 2-3 Lia Proctor (15) Brittany Fennell (5) Didem Ege (25) Sat. Aug. 29 Hb Winthrop W, 3-0 Lia Proctor (15) Alexa Rand (9) Didem Ege (16) Sat. Aug. 29 Hb College of Charleston W, 3-1 Lia Proctor (22) Rand, Fennell (7) Didem Ege (16) Fri. Sept. 4 N1 Loyola W, 3-0 Natalie Patzin (12) Cansu Ozdemir (7) Didem Ege (19) Sat. Sept. 5 N1 Western Illinois W, 3-0 Natalie Patzin (13) Kelsey Murphy (5) Didem Ege (21) Sat. Sept. 5 N1A DePaul W, 3-0 Natalie Patzin (11) Alexa Rand (8) Lia Proctor (12) Fri. Sept. 11 N2A * Georgia Tech L, 2-3 Natalie Patzin (16) Kelsey Murphy (6) Kelsey Murphy (15) Sat. Sept. 12 N2 Ole Miss W, 3-1 Lia Proctor (19) Alexa Rand (6) Didem Ege (22) Sat. Sept. 12 N2 Southeast Missouri W, 3-0 Lia Proctor (18) Rand, Murphy (3) Didem Ege (17) Fri. Sept. 18 Hc Presbyterian W, 3-0 Proctor, Patzin (7) Alexa Rand (10) Lia Proctor (7) Fri. Sept. 18 Hc #17 Michigan State L, 2-3 Lia Proctor (18) Sandra Adeleye (7) Didem Ege (13) Sat. Sept. 19 Hc Furman W, 3-2 Lia Proctor (19) Sandra Adeleye (7) Didem Ege (36) Fri. Sept. 25 H * North Carolina L, 0-3 Alexa Rand (15) Several (4) with 1 Didem Ege (12) Sun. Sept. 27 H * NC State W, 3-0 Lia Proctor (13) Alexa Rand (7) Didem Ege (15) Fri. Oct. 2 A * Miami W, 3-2 Lia Proctor (19) Sandra Adeleye (7) Didem Ege (24) Sun. Oct. 4 A * #17 Florida State L, 2-3 Lia Proctor (20) Alexa Rand (5) Didem Ege (18) Fri. Oct. 9 H * Boston College W, 3-0 Alexa Rand (16) Rand, Adeleye (5) Didem Ege (28) Sat. Oct. 10 H * Maryland W, 3-0 Natalie Patzin (10) Sandra Adeleye (5) Didem Ege (21) Fri. Oct. 16 A * Virginia W, 3-0 Lia Proctor (15) Rand, Williams (4) Didem Ege (12) Sat. Oct. 17 A * Virginia Tech L, 2-3 Lia Proctor (19) Alexa Rand (6) Didem Ege (29) Tue. Oct. 20 H Charlotte W, 3-0 Natalie Patzin (16) Sandra Adeleye (6) Didem Ege (17) Fri. Oct. 23 H * Duke L, 2-3 Lia Proctor (24) Alexa Rand (8) Didem Ege (21) Sat. Oct. 24 H * Wake Forest W, 3-0 Sandra Adeleye (16) Alexa Rand (5) Didem Ege (14) Fri. Oct. 30 A * NC State W, 3-0 Sandra Adeleye (10) Sandra Adeleye (5) Didem Ege (14) Sat. Oct. 31 A * North Carolina W, 3-2 Adeleye, Proctor (19) Kelsey Murphy (5) Didem Ege (35) Fri. Nov. 6 A * Maryland W, 3-0 Sandra Adeleye (13) Sandra Adeleye (6) Didem Ege (17) Sun. Nov. 8 A * Boston College W, 3-2 Sandra Adeleye (23) Adeleye, Murphy (5) Didem Ege (18) Fri. Nov. 13 H * #15 Florida State L, 1-3 Lia Proctor (22) Sandra Adeleye (6) Didem Ege (17) Sat. Nov. 14 H * Miami W, 3-0 Adeleye, Proctor (13) Alexa Rand (7) Didem Ege (15) Fri. Nov. 20 H * Virginia Tech W, 3-1 Adeleye, Proctor (15) Murphy, Adeleye (4) Didem Ege (18) Sat. Nov. 21 H * Virginia W, 3-1 Proctor (20) Sandra Adeleye (5) Didem Ege (21) Fri. Nov. 27 H * Georgia Tech L, 2-3 Adeleye, Proctor (15) Alexa Rand (7) Ege, Proctor (19) Fri. Dec. 4 N3 #17 Oregon (14-seed) L, 0-3 Adeleye (14) Murphy, Adeleye (3) Didem Ege (12) Notes: b - Big Orange Bash c - Clemson Classic N1 - DePaul Tournament; Chicago, IL N2 - Courtyard Classic; Atlanta, GA N3 - NCAA Tournament - Lexington, KY ^ - Time subject to change due to football * - Denotes ACC match All Times Eastern BOLD denotes home match Led the team in...

...Kills: Proctor - 20; Adeleye - 8; Patzin - 7; Rand - 2; ...Blocks: Rand-15, Adeleye-12; Murphy-6; Fennell-2; Williams-1; Ozdemir-1 ...Digs: Ege-29; Proctor-3; Murphy-1

The 2009 senior class of Kelsey Murphy, Lia Proctor, Didem Ege, and Jessica Williams combined for 8 All-ACC honors, and made the postseason in three straight seasons.

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FORMER TIGER DANIELLE HEPBURN (2005-08) RE-WROTE THE RECORD BOOKS DURING HER TENURE. SHE HOLDS EIGHT SCHOOL STANDARDS, INCLUDING CAREER BLOCKS AND CAREER HITTING PERCENTAGE.

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Individual Match Records Most Kills No. Name Site Opponent 1. 32 Robin Kibben H Auburn 32 Julie Rodriguez H Florida State 32 Brittany Ross H Georgia Tech 32 Brittany Ross A Maryland 5. 31 Robin Kibben H S.F. Austin 31 Alison Coday H Florida State 31 Leslie Finn A Maryland 8. 30 Cindy Stern H Florida State 30 Leslie Finn H Georgia Tech 30 Leslie Finn N1 Georgia Tech N1-ACC Tournament, Charlottesville, VA Most Total Attempts No. Name Site Opponent 1. 83 Alison Coday A North Carolina 2. 82 Jeannette Abbott H Duke 3. 79 Wendy Anderson N1 Eastern Illinois 4. 78 Kiki Dallao A Wake Forest 5. 77 Alison Coday N2 Georgia Tech 6. 74 Jeannette Abbott A Virginia Tech 7. 73 Leslie Finn H Wake Forest 8. 72 Leslie Finn H Winthrop 72 Leslie Finn H Maryland 72 Leslie Finn N3 Virginia Tech N1-Loyola Lakefront Invit., Chicago, IL; N2-ACC Tournament, College Park, MD; N3-ACC Tournament, Charlottesville, VA

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Best Percentage (Min. 10 Attempts) Pct. Name Site Opponent 1. .923 Kristin Swanson H Wofford 2. .910 Heidi Kahl A Winthrop 3. .882 Alexa Rand A North Carolina 4. .833 Stephanie Schulz A St. Louis 5. .818 Michelle Thieke N1 Sam Houston State 6. .810 Cindy Stern A Furman 7. .800 Denise Murphy N2 Marshall 8. .792 Cindy Stern N3 Cleveland State 9. .786 Robin Kibben H Mercer 10. .778 Jill Heavy H Maryland N1-SMU Tournament, Dallas, TX; N2-Morehead, KY; N3-Michigan St. VB Classic, E. Lansing, MI Most Service Aces No. Name Site Opponent 1. 10 Joy Fleming H Virginia 10 Cindy Tucci A Charlotte 3. 9 Denise Murphy A Central Florida 4. 8 Stephanie Schulz A Furman 8 Leslie Mansfield H The Citadel 6. 7 Leslie Mansfield H Virginia Tech 7 Kelsey Murphy A Maryland Several players tied with 6

Date 9/11/1993 10/11/1996 11/15/2005 11/18/2005 11/30/1994 10/26/1997 10/31/2003 9/26/1998 9/28/2004 11/19/2004

Date 10/22/1999 10/28/2006 10/7/1989 10/7/2000 11/20/1998 10/22/2006 11/16/2002 9/4/2004 10/15/2004 11/18/2004

Date 9/18/2002 10/10/1989 9/25/2009 9/5/1998 9/13/1997 9/10/1996 9/20/1985 9/4/1999 10/20/1993 10/8/1993

Date 10/18/1985 11/6/1986 10/11/1986 9/10/1996 9/4/2004 11/22/2006 11/21/2007

Notes for Clemson Records and History Sections: - Bold indicates current player. - Match format switched from 30-point games to 25-point sets beginning with the 2009 season - Career records require a minimum of two seasons played - The ACC season was 22 matches from 2004-07 and 20 matches beginning in 2008

BRITTANY ROSS totaled 32 kills in back-to-back matches during the 2005 season to tie the school record.

Most Block Solos No. Name Site Opponent 1. 8 Wendy Anderson A Central Florida 8 Wendy Anderson A Charlotte 8 Joy Fleming A Charlotte 4. 7 Wendy Anderson H North Carolina 7 Cindy Tucci N1 UNC-Wilmington 7 Joy Fleming H Charlotte 7. 6 Brenda Mailander H Morehead State 6 Joy Fleming A Alabama-Birmingham 6 Wendy Anderson A Tennessee Several players tied with 5 N1-Greenville, NC

Date 10/11/1986 11/6/1986 11/6/1986 10/17/1986 10/25/1986 11/11/1986 11/17/1985 9/20/1986 9/22/1987

Most Block Assists No. Name Site Opponent 1. 12 Julie Marx H Bradley 2. 11 Cindy Stern H Wake Forest 11 Marija Zoric H Georgia Tech 11 Lori Ashton H College of Charleston 11 Danielle Hepburn A Mississippi State 11 Kelsey Murphy H Florida A&M Seven players tied with 10

Date 9/16/1989 10/10/1998 10/11/2002 9/5/2003 8/26/2007 9/21/2008

Most Assists No. Name Site Opponent 1. 86 Michelle Thieke H Florida State 2. 80 Heather Kahl A North Carolina 3. 75 Jessi Betcher H North Carolina 75 Michelle Thieke N1 Maryland 5. 73 Heather Kahl H Auburn 73 Kelsey Murphy H Maryland 7. 72 Michelle Thieke H NC State 8. 71 Melissa Kudelka A Saint Louis 71 Stephanie Haskell A Maryland 10. 70 Jessi Betcher A Duke H1-ACC Tournament, Clemson, SC

Date 10/11/1996 10/22/1994 11/7/2000 11/22/1997 9/11/1993 11/17/2006 10/9/1996 9/5/1998 10/31/2003 10/3/2000

Most Defensive Saves No. Name Site Opponent 1. 36 Didem Ege H Furman 36 Denise Murphy A Charlotte 36 Anna Vallinch A Boston College 4. 35 Didem Ege A North Carolina 35 Heather Kahl A North Carolina 35 Denise Murphy N1 Maryland 35 Anna Vallinch H North Carolina 8. 34 Anna Vallinch H Georgia . 33 Liz Beckham H North Carolina Several players tied with 32 N1-ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC

No. 1. 13 13 3. 11 11 11 11

Name Cindy Stern Tashia Greene Denise Murphy Cindy Stern Leslie Finn Leslie Finn

Most Kills In A Set Site Opponent H Florida State A Appalachian State A Western Carolina A Maryland H Appalachian State H North Carolina

Date 9/19/2009 11/6/1986 11/19/2005 10/31/2009 10/22/1994 11/21/1986 9/25/2004 9/14/2004 10/25/2003

Date 9/26/1998 9/20/1990 11/4/1986 10/31/1997 10/21/2003 10/25/2003


Individual Match Records

20-20 Club (20 kills, 20 digs in single match) Name Jeannette Abbott Wendy Anderson Liz Beckham Alison Coday Kiki Dallao Leslie Finn Robin Kibben Denise Murphy Julie Rodriguez Brittany Ross Jodi Steffes Amy Vaughn

Opponent North Carolina Central Florida George Mason Western Carolina Maryland Maryland Maryland North Carolina Duke Wake Forest North Carolina Duke Kentucky North Carolina Florida State Western Carolina Western Carolina Charlotte Charlotte North Carolina Georgia Tech Central Florida Virginia Tech Davidson Charlotte Pennsylvania

Date 10/26/2007 10/11/1986 10/24/1986 11/4/1986 10/31/2003 10/18/1997 11/22/1997 10/22/1999 10/3/2000 10/7/2000 11/7/2000 11/6/2004 10/2/1993 10/30/1993 11/20/1993 9/24/1986 11/4/1986 11/6/1986 11/11/1986 10/22/1994 9/24/1996 10/26/1996 11/23/2005 9/8/2000 10/7/1987 10/17/1987

Kills/Digs 22k-20d 20k-21d 21k-20d 20k-25d 25k-25d 20k-21d 27k-23d 32k-30d 26k-20d 28k-20d 25k-25d 28k-20d 26k-22d 23k-25d 23k-22d 21k-27d 22k-34d 22k-36d 21k-22d 24k-26d 27k-20d 22k-24d 22k-20d 22k-20d 22k-21d 24k-22d

Triple Double (Assist) Club (10 kills or blocks, 10 assists, 10 digs in single match) Name Michelle Thieke Kelsey Murphy

Opponent Mississippi State Florida A&M

Date 9/12/1997 9/21/2008

K/A/D 10k-48a-14d 11b-55a-11d

Triple Double (Block) Club (10 kills, 10 blocks, 10 digs in single match) Name Wendy Anderson Joy Fleming Brenda Mailander Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Cindy Tucci

Opponent Central Florida Baptist Pennsylvania Central Florida Charlotte Charlotte Virginia Furman Duke Florida State Sam Houston St. Mississippi St Maryland Maryland Wake Forest UNC-Wilmington

Date 10/11/1986 9/27/1986 10/17/1987 10/11/1986 11/6/1986 11/11/1986 10/18/1985 10/16/1985 10/20/1998 10/11/1996 9/13/1997 9/12/1997 10/18/1997 11/22/1997 10/10/1998 10/25/1986

K/B/D 20k-11b-21d 10k-11b-14d 16k-11b-11d 19k-11b-15d 15k-10b-25d 17k-11b-13d 13k-13b-10d 15k-10b-12d 11k-10b-12d 20k-11b-17d 23k-11b-10d 12k-10b-11d 24k-12b-11d 22k-11b-10d 18k-11b-12d 12k-10b-29d

All-Around Club (500 kills, 1,000 digs, 200 blocks over career) Name Joy Fleming Robin Kibben Jodi Steffes Leslie Mansfield

Years 1984-87 1991-94 1998-2001 2004-07

Kills 1,069 1,804 1,422 642

Digs 1,026 1,128 1,309 1,113

Blocks 557 505 299 246

MICHELLE THIEKE is one of only eight different Clemson players to register a triple double during her career.

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Freshman Records

Single Match

Single Season

Kills Name Site Opponent 1. Kiki Dallao A Wake Forest Kiki Dallao A Duke Jeannette Abbott A Georgia Jeannette Abbott H Miami 5. Brittany Ross N1 Georgia Tech Liz Beckham A Maryland Kiki Dallao H North Carolina N1 - ACC Tournament; Charlottesville, VA

Name Site 1. Kristin Swanson H 2. Alexa Rand A 3. Jill Heavey H 4. Stephanie Schulz H 5. Cindy Stern A *minimum of 10 attempts

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Hitting Percentage Opponent Wofford North Carolina Maryland Texas-Arlington Furman

Kills Date 10/7/2000 10/3/2000 9/7/2005 11/5/2005 11/19/2004 10/31/2003 11/7/2000

No. 28 26 26 26 25 25 25

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Jeannette Abbott Brittany Ross Kiki Dallao Julie Rodriguez Liz Beckham

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Alexa Rand Sandra Adeleye Mallory Benson Stephanie Schulz Marija Zoric

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Jessi Betcher Kelsey Murphy Courtney Lawrence Breezy Ambort Dawn Robertson

1. 3. 5.

Name Leslie Mansfield Carly Hill Sue Eckman Jessi Betcher Jill Heavey

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Alexa Rand Danielle Hepburn Sandra Adeleye Cindy Stern Lori Ashton

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Didem Ege Julie Rodriguez Jodi Steffes Liz Beckham Kiki Dallao

Year 2005 2004 2000 1993 2003

No. 515 472 398 384 373

Year 2009 2009 1999 1995 2000

No. .391 .386 .326 .306 .295

Year 1999 2006 2004 2001 2003

No. 1,431 1,116 864 283 247

Year 2004 2002 2004 1999 1993

No. 44 44 37 37 35

Year 2009 2005 2009 1996 2001

No. 157 143 111 109 106

Year 2006 1993 1998 2003 2000

No. 544 37 356 353 315

Hitting Percentage

Date 9/18/2002 9/25/2009 10/8/1993 9/8/1995 9/10/1996

K-A-E 12-13-0 15-17-0 15-18-1 11-14-1 18-1-21

No. .923 .882 .778 .714 .696

Name 1. Kelsey Murphy 2. Jessi Betcher Kelsey Murphy 4. Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Kelsey Murphy

Site H A H H A H A

Assists Opponent Maryland Wake Forest Duke South Carolina Georgia Tech North Carolina Georgia Tech

Date 11/17/2006 9/21/1999 10/28/2006 9/28/1999 10/2/1999 10/9/1999 11/14/2006

No. 73 61 61 59 59 59 59

Name 1. Leslie Mansfield 2. Kelsey Murphy 3. Stephanie Schulz 4. Carly Hill Laura Jensen Jessi Betcher

Site H H H H H H

Service Aces Opponent The Citadel Wake Forest Florida State Coastal Carolina Mercer Kentucky

Date 9/4/2004 10/27/2006 9/23/1995 9/21/2002 9/19/2000 9/10/1999

No. 8 6 6 5 5 5

Name 1. Danielle Hepburn 2. Cindy Stern 3. Mallory Benson Brittany Fennell Alexa Rand 6. Kelsey Murphy

Site H H A A H H

Blocks Opponent Wake Forest Florida State North Carolina Virginia Presbyterian South Carolina

Date 9/22/2005 10/11/1996 10/22/1999 9/27/2008 9/18/2009 8/31/2006

No. 12 11 10 10 10 9

Name 1. Liz Beckham 2. Didem Ege 3. Jodi Steffes 4. Didem Ege 5. Liz Beckham Kiki Dallao Didem Ege Didem Ege

Site H A A H A H H H

Digs Opponent North Carolina Miami Wake Forest Maryland Maryland North Carolina Boston College Virginia Tech

Date 10/25/2003 11/5/2006 10/21/1998 11/17/2006 10/31/2003 11/7/2000 11/18/2006 11/22/06

No. 33 32 31 28 25 25 25 25

LESLIE MANSFIELD recorded a Clemson-best eight services aces against The Citadel in just her fourth collegiate match.

Assists

Service Aces

Total Blocks

Digs


Individual Season Records Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Name. Leslie Finn Robin Kibben Leslie Finn Alison Coday Cindy Stern Brittany Ross Amy Vaughan Alison Coday Jeannette Abbott Robin Kibben

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

Name Leslie Finn Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Cindy Stern Alison Coday Brittany Ross Leslie Finn Jeannette Abbott Jeannette Abbott Jodi Steffes

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

Name Leslie Finn Jeannette Abbott Leslie Finn Jeannette Abbott Lia Proctor Brittany Ross Brittany Ross Alison Coday Robin Kibben Denise Murphy

Year 2004 1993 2003 1997 1999 2005 1988 1999 2005 1994 Kills Per Set Year 2004 1993 1994 1999 1999 2005 2003 2006 2005 2000

K 684 602 508 531 515 525 568 497 515 465

Kills 684 602 568 545 531 525 524 515 515 508

Sets 122 120 108 114 112 118 129 113 118 108

Avg. 5.61 5.02 4.70 4.66 4.60 4.45 4.40 4.40 4.36 4.31

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

Name Cindy Stern Joy Fleming Danielle Hepburn Joy Fleming Danielle Hepburn Cindy Stern Danielle Hepburn Stephanie Schulz Wendy Anderson Wendy Anderson

Total Blocks Year 1997 1986 2006 1985 2008 1998 2007 1998 1986 1987

BS 59 89 35 88 39 43 27 23 89 49

BA 147 108 158 95 143 126 139 142 71 109

TB 203 197 193 183 182 169 166 165 160 158

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

Name Cindy Tucci Denise Murphy Tris Miketa Joy Fleming Carol Hitrik Joy Fleming Robin Kibben Jennifer Feeley Carol Hitrik Chris Sherman

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

Name Danielle Hepburn Cindy Stern Joy Fleming Danielle Hepburn Joy Fleming Danielle Hepburn Wendy Anderson Stephanie Schulz Wendy Anderson Alexa Rand

Blocks Per Set Year 2006 1997 1986 2008 1985 2007 1987 1998 1986 2009

BK 193 206 197 182 183 166 158 165 160 157

Sets 113 130 126 121 123 114 112 119 119 123

Avg. 1.71 1.58 1.56 1.50 1.49 1.46 1.41 1.39 1.34 1.28

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

Service Aces Per Set Name Year Cindy Tucci 1986 Denise Murphy 1986 Cindy Tucci 1985 Robin Kibben 1991 Joy Fleming 1986 Joy Fleming 1985 Karen Kamarauskas 1989 Leslie Mansfield 2004 Stephanie Schulz 1996 Skye Frost 1998

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

Name Anna Vallinch Didem Ege Didem Ege Denise Murphy Didem Ege Anna Vallinch Didem Ege Lindsey Abbott Joy Fleming Chris Sherman

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

Name Michelle Thieke Jessi Betcher Heather Kahl Melissa Kudelka Kelsey Murphy Jessi Betcher Michelle Thieke Heather Kahl Stephanie Haskell Kelsey Murphy

Total Attempts

Defensive Saves Year 2004 2005 2003 2006 2009 2004 2005 1997 1993 1986

Attempts 1739 1512 1497 1405 1390 1375 1363 1352 1270 1269

Best Hitting Pct. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Alexa Rand Sandra Adeleye Lori Ashton Meghan Steiner Danielle Hepburn Lori Ashton Cindy Stern Robin Kibben

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

Name Judy Sackfield Ashley Self Carol Hitrik Robin Kibben Wendy Anderson Joy Fleming Brenda Mailander Lynn Osborn Cindy Stern Lori Ashton

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

Name Danielle Hepburn Cindy Stern Danielle Hepburn Stephanie Schulz Danielle Hepburn Alexa Rand Cindy Stern Ryane Beasely Wendy Anderson Danielle Hepburn

Service Aces

Year 2007 2008 2009 2009 2002 2007 2006 2004 1999 1993

Pct. .395 .391 .391 .386 .383 .381 .365 .363 .357 .354

Year 1982 1994 1983 1994 1986 1986 1985 1982 1997 2003

BS 115 96 90 90 89 89 73 68 59 50

Year 2006 1997 2008 1998 2007 2009 1998 2003 1989 2005

BA 158 147 143 142 139 133 126 123 121 120

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

Name Didem Ege Anna Vallinch Didem Ege Didem Ege Denise Murphy Anna Vallinch Didem Ege Julie Rodriquez Lindsey Abbott Chris Sherman

Defensive Saves Per Set Year D 2007 615 2004 620 2006 544 2009 607 1986 583 2005 541 2008 537 1996 435 2003 521 1986 470

Block Assists

ANNA VALLINCH still holds the school record for defensive saves in a single season with 2004 in her first year at Clemson.

SA 85 72 13 63 65 63 50 44 50 54

Aces 85 72 67 65 63 63 63 57 56 55

Sets 120 124 65 118 126 123 107 96 111 121

Avg. 0.71 0.58 0.54 0.53 0.52 0.51 0.467 0.458 0.450 0.446

Assists Year 2004 2007 2009 1986 2006 2005 2008 2003 1986 1986

Block Solos

Year 1986 1986 1983 1986 1983 1985 1991 1988 1982 1986

Digs 620 615 607 583 544 541 537 521 482 470

Sets 114 123 112 125 124 118 121 108 130 122

Avg. 5.39 5.04 4.857 4.856 4.70 4.58 4.44 4.03 4.01 3.85

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

Name Jessi Betcher Heather Kahl Kelsey Murphy Michelle Theike Melissa Kudelka Jessi Betcher Heather Kahl Jessi Betcher Michelle Thieke Stephanie Haskell

Year 1997 2002 1994 1998 2007 1999 1995 1993 2003 2009 Assists Per Set Year 1999 1994 2007 1997 1998 2002 1993 2000 1995 2003

A 1431 1520 1432 1561 1469 1551 1420 1298 1425 1340

Assists 1561 1551 1520 1469 1432 1431 1425 1420 1340 1326

Sets 101 120 114 126 121 128 119 110 121 119

Avg. 14.14 12.67 12.56 12.39 12.14 12.12 11.93 11.80 11.78 11.26

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Individual Career Records

LESLIE FINN recorded nearly 2,000 kills in her four-year Clemson career and also holds the school record with her 4.19 kills per set average.

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Name 1. Jeannette Abbott 2. Leslie Finn 3. Julie Rodriguez 4. Alison Coday 5. Lia Proctor 6. Cindy Stern 7. Robin Kibben 8. Jodi Steffes 9. Denise Murphy 10. Lori Ashton

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

Name Leslie Finn Robin Kibben Jeannette Abbott Cindy Stern Julie Rodriguez Lori Ashton Alison Coday Danielle Hepburn Lia Proctor Jodi Steffes

Most Attempts

Most Kills

Kills Per Set Years 2001-04 2004-05 1996-99 1991-94 2005-08 1996-99 1993-96 2001-04 1987-88 2005-08

Years 2005-08 2001-04 1993-96 1996-99 2006-09 1996-99 1991-94 1998-01 1983-86 2001-04

No. 5425 4932 4617 4165 4132 3965 3898 3600 3537 3472

Name 1. Joy Fleming 2. Wendy Anderson 3. Carol Hitrik 4. Cindy Stern 5. Robin Kibben 6. Lori Ashton 7. Danielle Hepburn 8. Judy Sackfield 9. Ashley Self 10. Stephanie Schulz

Years 2001-04 1991-94 2005-08 1996-99 1993-96 2001-04 1996-99 2005-08 2006-09 1998-01

No. 1906 1804 1793 1744 1720 1685 1678 1509 1441 1422

Name 1. Danielle Hepburn 2. Cindy Stern 3. Stephanie Schulz 4. Kelsey Murphy 5. Lori Ashton 6. Wendy Anderson 7. Robin Kibben 8. Meghan Steiner 9. Joy Fleming 10. Annie Castro

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

Name Leslie Finn Brittany Ross Alison Coday Robin Kibben Jeannette Abbott Cindy Stern Julie Rodriguez Lori Ashton Amy Vaughan Danielle Hepburn

Kills 1906 997 1678 1804 1793 1744 1720 1685 899 1509

Sets 455 241 417 455 465 467 462 485 275 464

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

Best Hitting Percentage (Min. 750 Total Attempts) Name Years K E A Danielle Hepburn 2005-08 1509 347 3259 Lori Ashton 2001-04 1685 521 3472 Robin Kibben 1991-94 1804 530 3898 Deanne Browning 1983-84 496 217 874 Meghan Steiner 2004-07 845 277 1795 Jenny Yurkanin 1987-90 527 115 1370 Cindy Stern 1996-99 1744 580 3965 Stephanie Schulz 1995-98 1100 360 2538 Jodi Steffes 1998-01 1422 397 3600 Michelle Thieke 1994-97 449 127 1155

Most Block Solos

Years 1984-87 1985-89 1980-83 1996-99 1991-94 2001-04 2005-08 1979-82 1993-96 1996-98

No. 233 211 178 163 146 130 124 115 94 82

Most Block Assists

Years 2005-08 1996-99 1995-98 2006-09 2001-04 1985-89 1991-94 2004-07 1984-87 1988-91

No. 560 448 432 403 371 367 359 350 324 323

Avg. 4.19 4.14 4.02 3.96 3.86 3.73 3.72 3.47 3.26 3.25

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

Name Danielle Hepburn Cindy Stern Wendy Anderson Joy Fleming Stephanie Schulz Robin Kibben Lori Ashton Kelsey Murphy Meghan Steiner Ashley Self

Total Blocks Years 2005-08 1996-99 1985-89 1984-87 1995-98 1991-94 2001-04 2006-09 2004-07 1993-96

BS 124 163 211 233 82 146 130 38 44 94

BA 560 448 367 324 432 359 317 403 350 297

TB 684 611 578 557 514 505 501 441 394 391

Pct. .357 .335 .327 .319 .316 .301 .294 .292 .285 .279

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Danielle Hepburn Cindy Stern Wendy Anderson Marija Zoric Meghan Steiner

Blocks Per Set Years 2005-08 1996-99 1985-89 2000-03 2004-07

Bks 684 611 578 303 394

Sets 464 467 486 269 353

Avg. 1.47 1.31 1.19 1.13 1.12

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

Name Joy Fleming Cindy Tucci Robin Kibben Karen Kamarauskas Denise Murphy Heather Kahl Megan McEnery Jenny Yurkanin Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher

1. 2. 5.

Name Cindy Tucci Robin Kibben Joy Fleming Karen Kamarauskas Carly Hill

Name 1. Jessi Betcher 2. Kelsey Murphy 3. Michelle Thieke 4. Heather Kahl 5. Jenny Yurkanin 6. Stephanie Haskell 7. Cindy Tucci 8. Courtney Lawrence 9. Melissa Kudelka 10. Anne Marie Wessel

Service Aces

Years 1984-87 1984-87 1991-94 1987-90 1983-86 1991-94 1992-95 1987-90 1998-01 1999-02

Aces Per Set Years 1984-87 1991-94 1984-87 1987-90 2002-03

SA 197 184 202 166 84

No. 202 197 184 166 165 148 136 135 132 132

Sets 339 455 502 412 223

Most Set Assists

Years 1999-02 2006-09 1994-97 1991-94 1987-90 2001-04 1984-87 2004-07 1997-00 1988-91

Assists Per Set Years 1999-02 1994-97 2006-09 1991-94 1997-00

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Jessi Betcher Michelle Thieke Kelsey Murphy Heather Kahl Melissa Kudelka

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

Name Didem Ege Julie Rodriguez Anna Vallinch Jodi Steffes Denise Murphy Megan McEnery Jessi Betcher Heather Kahl Leslie Finn Robin Kibben

Most Defensive Saves Years 2006-09 1993-96 2004-06 1998-01 1983-86 1992-95 1999-02 1991-94 2001-04 1991-94

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Didem Ege Anna Vallinch Julie Rodriguez Chris Sherman Skye Frost Lindsey Abbott

Defensive Saves Per Set Years Digs 2006-09 2303 2004-06 1421 1993-96 1523 1985-87 1041 1996-99 989 2000-03 818

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

Name Julie Rodriguez Robin Kibben Cindy Stern Megan McEnery Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Jodi Steffes Lori Ashton Heidi Kahl Jessi Betcher

Most Career Starts

A 5307 4305 5185 3722 1869

Years 1993-96 1991-94 1996-99 1992-95 2005-08 2005-08 1998-2001 2001-04 1989-92 1999-2002

Avg. 0.58 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.38

No. 5307 5185 4305 3722 3690 2163 2075 2053 1869 1493

Sets 445 382 462 407 219

Avg. 11.93 11.27 11.22 9.14 8.53

No. 2303 1523 1421 1309 1299 1272 1267 1203 1151 1128

Sets 472 347 462 339 330 272

Avg. 4.86 4.10 3.30 3.07 3.01 3.01

No. 135 133 131 130 126 126 124 119 118 111


Class Records & Statistical Rankings National Team Rankings Final Top-25

ACC Team Rankings Statistical Champions Aces Per Set

1986 1989

Aces Per Set 3rd 17th

1999

Assists Per Set 13th

1985 1986 1997 1998 2008 2009

Blocks Per Set 14th 16th 9th 16th 6th 14th

2.99 2.57

1989

Records By Class Total Attempts Name Jeannette Abbott Jeannette Abbott Leslie Finn Leslie Finn

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

No. 1512 1405 1497 1739

Yr. 2005 2006 2003 2004

Most Kills Name Jeannette Abbott Alison Coday Robin Kibben Leslie Finn

No. 515 545 602 684

Yr. 2005 1997 1993 2004

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Hitting Percentage Name Alexa Rand Lori Ashton Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn

No. .391 .383 .395 .391

Yr. 2009 2002 2007 2008

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Most Blocks Name Alexa Rand Cindy Stern Cindy Stern Danielle Hepburn

No. 157 206 169 182

Yr. 2009 1997 1998 2008

14.87

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Most Block Assists Name Alexa Rand Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn

No. 133 158 139 143

Yr. 2009 2006 2007 2008

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Most Service Aces Name Robin Kibben Joy Fleming Cindy Tucci Denise Murphy

No. 63 63 85 72

Yr. 1991 1985 1986 1986

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Most Set Assists Name Jessi Betcher Melissa Kudelka Heather Kahl Michelle Thieke

No. 1431 1468 1420 1561

Yr. 1999 1998 1993 1997

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Most Defensive Saves Name Didem Ege Anna Vallinch Anna Vallinch Didem Ege

No. 544 620 541 607

Yr. 2006 2004 2005 2009

2.58 Aces Allowed

2009

Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

.800

15.54 Assists Per Set 3.52 3.84 3.30 3.14 2.85 2.74

1992 1999 Blocks Per Set 1986 1987 1997 1998 2008 2009

1986

Digs Per Set 1st

23.77

1999 2007 2008 2009

Hitting Percentage 16th 11th 20th 23rd

.275 .272 .262 .258

2009

1986 1999 2007

Kills Per Set 19th 19th 21st

14.87 16.91 16.57

1999 2007 2008

1999

13.81 15.54

3.84 2.83 3.30 3.14 2.85 2.74 Blocks Allowed Per Set 1.52 Digs Per Set 23.77

1986 Hitting Percentage

Won-Lost Percentage 6th

.275 .272 .262 Kills Per Set

.912

1986

ACC Individual Rankings Statistical Champions

National Individual Rankings Final Top-30 Aces Per Set 12th 0.71 1986 Cindy Tucci

1998

Aces Per Set Skye Frost

0.45

Assists Per Set 1999 Jessi Betcher 6th 14.17

1999

Assists Per Set Jessi Betcher

14.17

1.56 1.41 1.25 1.58 1.39 1.71 1.50

1986 1997 1998 2006 2007 2008 2009

Blocks Per Set Joy Fleming Cindy Stern Stephanie Schulz Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Alexa Rand

13th 8th 29th 5th 28th 2nd 27th

1.50 1.58 1.39 1.71 1.46 1.50 1.28

1986 1987 1991 1997 1998 2006 2008

Blocks Per Set Joy Fleming Wendy Anderson Robin Kibben Cindy Stern Stephanie Schulz Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn

1986 1986 1986 1996

Digs Per Set Denise Murphy Chris Sherman Joy Fleming Julie Rodriquez

1st T-13th 16th 27th

4.71 3.85 3.82 4.03

1986

Digs Per Set Denise Murphy

4.71

2002 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009

Hitting Percentage Lori Ashton 14th Danielle Hepburn 14th Meghan Steiner 21st Danielle Hepburn 15th Alexa Rand 10th Sandra Adeleye 14th

.383 .395 .381 .391 .391 .386

1993 2003 2004 2006

Kills Per Set Robin Kibben Leslie Finn Leslie Finn Jeannette Abbott

5.02 4.40 5.61 4.40

2002 2006 2007 2008

Hitting Percentage Lori Ashton Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn

.383 .365 .395 .391

Kills Per Set 1993 Robin Kibben 6th 2004 Leslie Finn 8th

5.02 5.61

DANIELLE HEPBURN set Tiger class records for block assists in each of her four years at Clemson.

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Team Records

1. 2. 4.

No. 95 93 93 92 92 92

Site A H H A A A

Most Kills Opponent North Carolina Florida State Maryland Furman North Carolina SMU

Date 10/22/1999 10/11/1996 11/17/2006 10/1/1991 10/22/1994 9/13/1997

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 304 282 278 272 270

Site A H A H A

Most Total Attempts Opponent Western Carolina Maryland North Carolina Western Carolina Wake Forest

Date 11/4/1986 11/8/1986 10/22/1999 9/24/1986 10/21/1998

Best Hitting Percentage Pct. Site Opponent 1. .563 H Charleston Southern 2. .551 H East Tenn. State 3. .489 A Florida A&M 4. .484 H Charleston Southern 5. .483 N1 Cleveland St. N1-Michigan St. VB Classic, E. Lansing, MI

Date 9/20/1996 9/19/2003 11/6/1999 9/20/2003 11/18/1999

Most Service Aces No. Site Opponent 1. 26 H Augusta College 2. 23 A Charlotte 3. 21 A Central Florida 21 A Winthrop 5. 19 N1 Auburn 19 H Virginia N1-Ala.-Birmingham Tournament, Birmingham, AL

Date 9/5/1989 11/6/1986 10/11/1986 9/25/1991 9/19/1986 10/18/1985

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 23 22 19.5 19.0 18 18 18

Site H A A A H H A

Most Blocks Opponent College of Charleston Charlotte Wake Forest Mississippi State Georgia Charlotte Georgia Tech

Date 9/5/2003 11/6/1986 10/12/2007 8/26/2007 9/1/1998 9/2/2006 11/28/2008

1. 2. 3. 5.

No. 35 34 34 33 33 32 32 32

Site H H A H A H H H

Most Block Assists Opponent Florida A&M College of Charleston Mississippi State Bradley Wake Forest Florida State Wake Forest North Carolina

Date 9/21/2008 9/5/2003 8/26/2007 9/16/1989 10/12/2007 10/11/1996 10/10/1998 10/14/2006

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 94 89 86 85 84

Site H A A H A

Most Assists Opponent Florida State North Carolina North Carolina Maryland Wake Forest

Date 10/11/1996 10/22/1999 10/22/1994 11/17/2006 10/7/2000

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 164 149 148 141 140

Site A H A A A

Most Defensive Saves Opponent Western Carolina Maryland Charlotte Wake Forest North Carolina

Date 11/4/1986 11/8/1986 11/6/1986 10/21/1998 10/22/1994

Clemson’s Yearly Record in Five-Set Matches Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

Record 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-1 2-2 5-3 2-5 3-2 4-3 1-5 4-4 5-3 4-0 3-1 4-1 2-3 2-2 5-1 2-4 5-2 6-2 3-0 5-2 2-3 5-7 2-6 1-3 5-4 2-5 1-2 3-4 3-7 92-91

Pct. .000 .000 .000 .250 .000 .500 .625 .286 .600 .571 .167 .500 .625 1.000 .750 .800 .400 .500 .833 .333 .714 .750 1.000 .714 .400 .417 .250 .250 .556 .286 .333 .429 .300 .501

Clemson Statistics Year-by-Year

Attack Set Set K K/Set E TA Pct. A A/Set 1978 61 797 17.08 - 1042 - 952 16.51 1982 101 1058 10.48 601 3102 .147 966 9.56 1983 179 1742 9.73 904 4263 .197 1229 6.87 1985 129 1531 11.87 753 4804 .162 1225 9.50 1986 127 1903 14.86 751 5846 .197 1628 12.82 1987 131 1675 12.79 696 4219 .232 1370 10.46 1988 154 1821 11.82 775 5049 .207 1418 9.21 1989 135 1672 12.39 722 4239 .224 1371 10.16 1990 129 1536 11.90 558 4283 .228 1331 10.32 1991 123 1591 12.93 707 4456 .198 1414 11.50 1992 115 1691 14.70 656 4401 .235 1588 13.81 1993 117 1685 14.40 571 4443 .251 1551 13.26 1994 121 1901 15.71 686 5057 .240 1691 13.98 1995 121 1853 15.31 631 4690 .261 1547 12.79 1996 116 1770 15.26 712 4710 .225 1595 13.75 1997 131 2074 15.83 793 5276 .243 1881 14.36 1998 123 1822 14.81 682 4969 .229 1560 13.41 1999 114 1928 16.91 615 4773 .275 1772 15.54 2000 118 1795 15.21 748 4953 .211 1665 14.11 2001 106 1578 14.89 638 4159 .226 1460 13.77 2002 128 1914 14.95 740 4891 .240 1748 13.66 2003 131 2024 15.45 826 5438 .220 1846 14.09 2004 123 1978 16.08 727 5160 .242 1857 15.10 2005 118 1730 14.66 736 4804 .207 1591 13.48 2006 113 1730 15.31 656 4554 .236 1587 14.04 2007 114 1889 16.57 601 4737 .272 1719 15.08 2008 121 1624 13.42 513 4240 .262 1493 12.34 2009 125 1670 13.36 561 4290 .259 1518 12.14 *Team statistics for the following years were not available: 1977, 1979-1981

Serve SA SE SA/Set RE - - - - 285 180 2.82 317 363 184 2.03 489 310 223 2.40 321 383 258 3.02 291 234 276 1.79 340 310 248 2.01 284 347 247 2.57 258 239 215 1.85 187 292 287 2.37 186 222 302 1.93 166 260 330 2.22 131 222 281 1.83 130 195 - 1.61 - 211 - 1.82 - 214 - 1.63 - 201 - 1.63 - 184 - 1.61 - 150 270 1.27 218 159 200 1.50 180 169 226 1.32 181 172 266 1.31 187 198 241 1.61 170 174 283 1.47 190 181 200 1.60 149 162 203 1.42 133 140 155 1.16 134 135 163 1.08 100

Dig Dig Dig/Set 1200 19.67 238 2.36 866 4.84 1883 14.60 3042 23.96 1856 14.17 2087 13.55 1986 14.71 1482 11.49 1879 15.28 1785 15.52 1983 16.95 2097 17.33 1905 15.74 1836 15.83 2162 16.50 2053 16.69 2043 17.92 1928 16.34 1621 15.29 1864 14.56 2144 16.37 2172 17.66 1878 15.92 1897 16.79 2131 18.69 1834 15.16 1864 14.91

Blocking BS BA - - 352 217 239 208 262 384 302 378 140 462 122 479 97 514 77 305 109 402 78 346 78 360 96 275 101 326 88 463 146 572 103 567 99 378 46 387 66 363 78 403 104 475 87 440 74 494 76 550 66 513 100 489 75 534

Total 127.0 460.5 343.0 454.0 491.0 371.0 361.5 354.0 229.5 310.0 251.0 258.0 234.0 264.0 319.5 432.0 368.5 288 239.5 247.5 279.5 341.5 307.0 321.0 351.0 322.5 344.5 342.0

B/Set 2.08 4.56 1.92 3.52 3.87 2.83 2.35 2.62 1.78 2.52 2.18 2.21 1.93 2.18 2.75 3.30 3.14 2.53 2.03 2.33 2.18 2.61 2.50 2.72 3.11 2.83 2.85 2.74

BE - 376 639 193 99 57 77 67 55 98 66 57 49 - - - - - 63 47 63 73 60 54 59 32 49 52

BH 192 132 62 43 42 51 51 56 55 30 61 65 63 46 55 30 22


Team Season Records

Streak Overall Home Away Neutral ACC ACC Home

Began 9/14/07 11/1/1988 9/4/1999 10/27/1978 11/22/06 11/5/1993

Tiger Winning Streaks Opponent Ended Kent State 11/2/2007 Winthrop 10/24/1989 Michigan State 9/3/2000 Columbia Col. 10/13/1979 Virginia Tech 11/2/2007 NC State 11/10/1995

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Matches Played No. 56 50 48 40 39

Year 1979 1981 1983 1988 1985

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Matches Won No. 43 34 31 30 29

Year 1979 1981 1999 1989 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Best Winning Percentage Pct. .912 .879 .811 .778 .771

Year 1999 2007 1989 1994 1993

1. 3.

Most Home Wins No. 16 16 14 14 14

Year 1989 2007 1992 1994 1999

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

Opponent Virginia Georgia Notre Dame Winthrop Virginia NC State

Most Away Wins No. 12 11 9 9 8 8 8 Most Neutral Wins No. 26 26 18 11 9 Most ACC Wins No. 21 15 15 14 11 Most Wins in Tournaments No. 26 23 12 12 11 11

No. 17 19 12 14 16 14

Year 1999 2007 1986 1993 1979 1987 1989 Year 1979 1981 1980 1982 1977 Year 2007 1999 2006 2008 1995 Year 1979 1981 1980 1994 1993 1997

Month August September October November December

Home 4-3 140-39 104-54 69-31 1-4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Attempts No. 5846 5438 5276 5160 5057

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

All-Time Overall Monthly Records Away Neutral 3-3 7-2 51-55 84-49 96-82 78-53 42-44 32-35 0-4 1-6

Year 1986 2003 1997 2004 1994

1. 2. 3. 5.

Most Service Aces No. 383 347 310 310 292

Year 1986 1989 1985 1988 1991

No. 2074 2024 1978 1928 1914

Year 1997 2003 2004 1999 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Service Aces Per Set Avg. 2.99 2.82 2.40 2.57 2.37

Year 1986 1982 1985 1989 1991

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kills Per Set Avg. 16.91 16.57 16.10 15.83 15.71

Year 1999 2007 2004 1997 1994

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Block Solos No. *352 302 264 262 239

Year 1982 1986 1995 1985 1983

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Best Hitting Percentage Pct. .275 .272 .262 .261 .259

Year 1999 2007 2008 1995 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Block Assists No. 572 567 550 534 519

Year 1997 1998 2006 2009 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Blocks Per Set Avg. 4.56 3.83 3.52 3.30 3.14

Year 1982 1986 1985 1997 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Set Assists No. 1897 1857 1846 1748 1772

Year 1997 2004 2003 2002 1999

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Assists Per Set Avg. 15.54 15.10 15.08 14.48 14.11

Year 1999 2004 2007 1997 2000

Most Kills

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

THE 2003 CLEMSON TEAM posted 2,024 kills during the season to rank as the second-most in school history.

Total 14-8 275-143 278-189 143-110 2-14

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Most Defensive Saves No. * 3042 2172 2162 2144 2131 Digs Per Set Avg. 23.96 19.67 18.69 17.92 17.66

Year 1986 2004 1997 2003 2007 Year 1986 1978 2007 1999 2004

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Starting Lineups

Name

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Cl.

Pos.

Clemson’s Four-Year Starters

M

Jeannette Abbott (2005-08) Lori Aston (2001-04) Jessi Betcher (1999-2002) Didem Ege (2006-2009) Leslie Finn (2001-04) Danielle Hepburn (2005-08) Heidi Kahl (1989-92)

Robin Kibben (1991-94) Megan McEnery (1992-95) Kelsey Murphy (2006-2009) Lia Proctor (2006-2009) Julie Rodriguez (1993-96) Jodi Steffes (1998-2001) Cindy Stern (1996-99)

1986 (21-13) Denise Murphy Chris Sherman Wendy Anderson Joy Fleming Cindy Tucci Lynn Lugering

Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

OH OH MB MB S S

34 33 33 34 29 34

Name

Cl.

Pos.

M

Name

Cl.

Pos.

M

1987 (21-16) Amy Vaughan Chris Sherman Jennifer Feeley Wendy Anderson Joy Fleming Cindy Tucci

Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

OH OH OH MB MB S

36 37 32 34 36 31

1995 (23-10) Michelle Thieke Julie Rodriguez Megan McEnery Stephanie Schulz Ashley Self Nancy McGinty

Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

S OH OH MB MB OH

33 33 33 33 33 33

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

MB MB OH RS S OH

34 34 30 30 27 20

1988 (21-19) Amy Vaughan Jennifer Feeley Annie Castro Karen Kamarauskas Tammy Quaresima Jenny Yurkanin

Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. So.

OH OH OH MB MB S

40 37 31 30 36 40

1996 (17-15) Michelle Thieke Julie Rodriguez Stacey Wagner Cindy Stern Stephanie Schulz Ashley Self

2003 (18-16) Lori Ashton Ryane Beasley Leslie Finn Liz Beckham Stephanie Haskell Meghan Stanton Libero - Lindsey Abbott

So. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr.

S OH OH MB MB OH

32 32 32 30 32 32

1989 (30-7) Annie Castro Heidi Kahl Tashia Greene Wendy Anderson Karen Kamarauskas Jenny Yurkanin

34 34 25 19 19 18

OH OH OH MB MB S

36 28 27 36 33 29

1997 (26-8) Michelle Thieke Alison Coday Skye Frost Cindy Stern Stephanie Schulz Jill Heavey

MB OH RS DS MB S

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

Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr.

S OH OH MB MB RS

34 34 34 34 34 32

2004 (20-14) Lori Ashton Sr. Leslie Finn Sr. Leslie Mansfield Fr. Fr. Sue Eckman Kassie Staup So. Stephanie Haskell Sr. Libero - Anna Vallinch, So.

1990 (23-14) Heidi Kahl Tashia Greene Kristy Tonks Karen Kamarauskas Julie Marx Jenny Yurkanin

So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr.

OH OH OH MB MB S

32 25 20 33 26 31

1998 (22-11) Melissa Kudelka Alison Coday Skye Frost Cindy Stern Emily Gorla Jodi Steffes

So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

S OH OH MB DS RS

33 23 33 33 24 33

2005 (12-18) Fr. Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Fr. Courtney Lawrence So. So. Brittany Ross Meghan Stanton Sr. Meghan Steiner So. Libero - Anna Vallinch, Jr.

OH MB S OH RS MB

30 30 22 18 21 18

1991 (22-12) Annie Castro Jill Hensley Heidi Kahl Robin Kibben Kristy Tonks Ann Marie Wessel

Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

OH OH OH MB MB S

32 28 28 34 31 30

1999 (31-3) Jessi Betcher Alison Coday Cindy Stern Emily Gorla Jodi Steffes Heidi Cooper

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

S OH MB OH RS DS

33 33 34 34 34 17

2006 (20-10) Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Leslie Mansfield Kelsey Murphy Lia Proctor Meghan Steiner Libero - Didem Ege, Fr.

So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

OH MB RS S OH MB

30 30 30 26 26 30

1992 (24-9) Heather Kahl Heidi Kahl Robin Kibben Julie Marx Megan McEnery Kristy Tonks

So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr.

S OH MB MB OH OH

23 30 31 23 27 31

2000 (13-18) Jessi Betcher Kiki Dallao Jodi Steffes Meredith Kirtland Jackie Dalleska Tami BySura

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

S OH RS OH MB DS

24 29 30 26 17 16

2007 (29-4) Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Leslie Mansfield Kelsey Murphy Lia Proctor Meghan Steiner Libero - Didem Ege, So.

Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr.

OH MB RS S OH MB

33 33 33 33 32 33

1993 (27-8) Heather Kahl Robin Kibben Julie Rodriguez Megan McEnery Kristi Data Jill Heavey Name

Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Cl.

S MB OH OH DS OH Pos.

35 35 34 34 32 27 M

2001 (11-17) Jessi Betcher Ryane Beasley Jodi Steffes Anne Berki Lori Ashton Leslie Finn

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

S OH RS MB MB OH

26 24 27 17 23 18

2008 (23-10) Jeannette Abbott Brittany Fennell Danielle Hepburn Kelsey Murphy Cansu Ozdemir Lia Proctor Libero - Didem Ege, Jr.

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

OH MB MB S RS OH

33 21 33 33 20 33

1994 (28-8) Heather Kahl Robin Kibben Ashley Self Julie Rodriguez Megan McEnery Nancy McGinty

Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr.

S MB MB OH OH OH

36 33 36 36 36 36

2009 (23-10) Natalie Patzin Alexa Rand Sandra Adeleye Kelsey Murphy Cansu Ozdemir Lia Proctor Libero - Didem Ege, Sr.

Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

OH MB MB S RS OH

2002 (17-15) Jessi Betcher Sr. Ryane Beasley Jr. Kristin Swanson Fr. Lori Ashton So. Marija Zoric Jr. Leslie Finn So. Libero - Lindsey Abbott, Jr.

S OH RS MB MB OH

28 28 13 28 21 26

Note: The libero position was approved by the NCAA beginning with the 2002 season.


Against All Competition

Akron Alabama Alabama A&M Ala-Birmingham Alabama State American Univ. Appalachian St. Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State Auburn Augusta College Ball State Benedict Berry College Boise State Boston College Bradley Brigham Young Butler Central Florida Central Michigan Central Wesleyan Charleston So. Charlotte The Citadel Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Col. of Charleston Colorado Colorado State Columbia College Concorde Connecticut Converse Davidson Delaware DePaul Drexel Duke East Carolina E. Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Erskine Evansville Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Florida Atlantic Florida A&M Fla International Florida Southern Florida State Francis Marion Fresno State

First Mtg 1991 1980 1979 1984 1989 1979 1989 2002 1999 2007 1998 1979 1989 1995 1977 1979 1990 1988 1988 2000 1985 1982 2004 1978 1978 1979 2004 1999 1978 1977 2001 1995 1977 1979 2005 1977 2000 1983 1987 1993 1980 1977 1980 1985 1981 1977 1985 1998 1984 1992 2003 1998 1985 1982 1981 1977 1996

Last Mtg Home Away Neut. 2000 0-2 0-0 0-0 2007 3-1 1-1 1-0 2005 0-0 0-0 2-0 1988 0-1 2-1 1-3 1989 0-0 0-0 1-0 1981 0-0 0-0 1-1 2007 8-0 2-0 0-1 2002 0-0 0-0 0-1 1999 1-0 0-0 0-0 2007 0-0 0-0 1-0 1998 0-0 0-0 1-0 2005 6-1 2-2 5-1 1990 2-0 0-0 0-0 1995 0-0 0-0 0-1 1979 2-0 1-0 2-0 1979 1-0 0-0 0-0 1990 0-0 0-0 0-1 2009 5-2 5-0 1-0 2006 2-0 0-0 3-1 2000 0-0 0-0 0-1 1985 0-0 0-0 0-1 1998 3-0 3-1 1-2 2004 1-0 0-0 0-0 1978 0-0 0-0 1-0 2008 7-0 2-0 3-0 2009 12-0 6-2 2-0 2004 1-0 0-0 0-0 1999 0-0 0-0 1-0 2004 4-0 1-0 3-0 2009 5-4 1-5 5-5 2001 0-0 0-1 0-0 1996 0-1 0-0 0-1 1979 0-0 0-0 4-0 1979 0-0 0-0 1-0 2005 1-0 0-0 0-0 1977 0-0 1-0 0-0 2000 1-0 0-0 0-0 1983 0-0 0-0 1-0 2009 1-0 2-0 1-0 1997 3-0 0-0 0-0 2009 10-12 6-17 4-3 2002 2-0 1-0 4-2 2003 4-0 0-0 5-0 1998 0-0 0-1 2-1 1999 1-0 0-0 3-0 1980 1-2 2-1 1-1 1985 0-0 0-0 0-1 2000 0-0 0-0 1-1 1984 0-0 0-0 1-0 2004 0-0 0-2 0-0 2003 0-0 0-0 1-0 2008 4-0 1-0 0-0 2008 0-1 1-0 0-2 1982 0-0 0-0 0-1 2009 11-8 7-13 1-3 1984 2-0 2-2 2-0 1996 0-0 0-0 0-1

CU CU Wins Loss Pct. 0 2 .000 5 2 .714 2 0 1.000 3 5 .375 1 0 1.000 1 1 .500 10 1 .909 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 13 4 .765 2 0 1.000 0 1 .000 5 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 11 2 .846 5 1 .833 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 7 3 .700 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 12 0 1.000 20 2 .909 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 8 0 1.000 11 14 .440 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 4 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 4 0 1.000 3 0 1.000 20 32 .384 7 2 .778 9 0 1.000 2 2 .500 4 0 1.000 4 4 .500 0 1 .000 1 1 .500 1 0 1.000 0 2 .000 1 0 1.000 5 0 1.000 1 3 .250 0 1 .000 19 24 .441 6 2 .750 0 1 .000

Furman Gardner Webb Georgetown George Mason Geo. Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Georgia Wesleyan High Point Hofstra Houston Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana Indiana of PA. Indiana State Iowa Jacksonville James Madison Kent State Kentucky Lander Lenoir Rhyne Liberty Baptist Limestone La.-Lafayette Louisiana State Louisville Loyola Loyola Marymount Madison Marquette Mars Hill Marshall Maryland Massachusetts Memphis St. Mercer Miami (FL) Miami Dade Michigan Michigan State Mid. Tennessee St. Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Miss. Univ. for Women Missouri Montevallo Morehead State Murray State Navy Nebraska Nevada-Reno

First Mtg 1977 1980 1983 1983 1980 1977 1990 1977 1977 1979 1980 1984 1993 2003 1996 1999 1999 1979 1985 1987 1980 1994 2007 1979 1977 1979 1984 1977 2004 1983 1985 1989 2001 1977 2008 1979 1985 1979 1982 1980 1979 1980 1981 2002 1999 1991 1982 1983 1981 1980 1987 1979 1981 2007 2000 2003 1990

Last Mtg Home Away Neut. 2000 19-1 15-0 2-0 1980 0-0 0-0 1-0 1991 0-0 0-1 2-1 2002 2-0 1-0 0-2 1996 0-0 3-2 3-2 2005 7-11 5-16 0-3 2004 2-0 0-0 1-0 2007 8-1 1-1 2-0 2009 15-10 11-12 6-0 1979 0-0 0-0 1-0 1984 0-0 0-0 2-1 1988 0-0 0-2 0-1 1994 0-1 0-1 0-0 2003 0-0 0-0 0-1 2003 1-0 0-0 1-0 2003 1-0 0-1 0-0 1999 0-1 0-0 0-0 1979 0-0 0-0 1-0 1985 0-0 0-0 0-1 1987 0-0 0-0 0-1 2002 3-0 1-0 3-0 1994 1-0 0-0 0-0 2007 1-0 0-0 0-0 2005 2-2 0-2 0-3 1979 1-0 0-1 1-0 1979 0-0 0-0 2-0 1984 0-0 0-0 0-1 1979 2-0 2-0 1-0 2004 1-0 0-0 0-0 1985 0-0 0-1 0-1 1994 0-0 0-1 0-1 2009 0-0 1-0 1-0 2001 0-0 0-0 0-1 1977 0-0 0-0 1-0 2008 0-0 0-0 1-0 1979 0-0 2-0 0-0 1985 0-0 0-0 1-1 2009 12-10 16-10 5-7 1982 0-0 0-0 1-0 1995 1-0 1-2 0-1 2000 2-0 0-0 1-0 2009 6-0 3-2 1-1 1981 0-0 0-0 2-1 2002 0-0 0-0 0-1 2009 0-1 1-0 0-0 1991 1-0 0-0 0-0 1982 0-0 0-0 0-1 2009 0-0 0-0 3-2 2007 0-0 0-0 3-0 1981 0-0 0-0 1-1 1987 0-0 0-0 0-1 1982 0-0 0-0 2-1 1990 1-1 1-1 1-1 2007 0-0 0-0 1-0 2000 0-0 0-0 1-0 2003 0-0 0-0 0-1 1990 0-0 0-0 1-0

CU CU Wins Loss Pct. 35 1 .972 1 0 1.000 2 2 .500 3 2 .600 6 4 .600 12 30 .286 3 0 1.000 11 2 .846 32 22 .592 1 0 1.000 2 1 .667 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 2 0 1.000 1 1 .500 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 7 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 2 7 .222 2 1 .667 2 0 1.000 0 1 .000 5 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 2 0 1.000 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 2 0 1.000 1 1 .500 33 27 .550 1 0 1.000 2 3 .400 3 0 1.000 10 3 .769 2 1 .667 0 1 .000 1 1 .500 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 3 2 .600 3 0 1.000 1 1 .500 0 1 .000 2 1 .667 3 3 .500 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 1 0 1.000

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Against All Competition

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First Mtg New Mexico 1988 New Orleans 1983 North Carolina 1979 UNC-Asheville 1981 UNC-Greensboro 1990 UNC-Wilmington 1986 N.C. State 1980 North Georgia 1979 NE Louisiana 1987 Northern Illinois 1995 Northern Iowa 2004 Northern Kentucky 1979 Notre Dame 1996 Ohio University 1994 Oral Roberts 2001 Oregon 1995 Pembroke State 1978 Pepperdine 2002 Penn State 1982 Pennsylvania 1987 Pittsburgh 1997 Presbyterian College 1977 Princeton 1980 1984 Providence Purdue 2006 Rhode Island 1981 Rice 1983 Rollins 1986 Rutgers 1980 Saint Louis 1997 St. Mary’s 1990 Sam Houston State 1991 San Diego St. 1994 San Francisco 1990 Schoolcraft 1985 South Alabama 1985 South Carolina 1977 USC-Aiken 1978 USC-Spartanburg 1977 South Carolina St. 1979 South Florida 1981 Southeast Missouri 2009 S.W. Texas 1985 Southern 1983 Southern Illinois 1988 SMU 1997 Stephen F. Austin 1994 Stetson 1985 Syracuse 1990 Temple 1979 Tennessee 1980 Tenn.-Chattanooga 1979 Tenn.-Martin 1993 Tennessee State 2006 Tennessee Tech 1980 Texas A&M 1999 Texas-Arlington 1994 Texas Tech 2002 TCU 2002 Toledo 1988 Troy State 1979 Tulane 1993 UCLA 2007 Utah 2008 Valdosta State 1980 Valparaiso 1988 Virginia 1981 Va. Commonwealth 1988 Virginia Tech 1980 Wake Forest 1981 Washington State 1996 1986 West Virginia Western Carolina 1977 Western Kentucky 1992 Western Illinois 2009 William & Mary 1984 Winthrop 1977 Wofford 2002 Wright State 2001 Yale 1992 Totals

Last CU CU Mtg Home Away Neut. Wins Loss 1988 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1 1987 0-0 0-0 2-1 2 1 2009 6-15 6-17 4-17 16 49 1994 5-0 1-0 0-0 6 0 1994 1-0 1-0 0-0 2 0 2001 2-0 0-0 1-0 3 0 2009 18-4 17-9 0-4 35 17 1979 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1992 1-0 0-0 1-0 2 0 2008 0-0 0-0 2-0 2 0 2008 1-0 0-1 0-1 1 2 1980 0-0 0-1 0-1 0 2 2000 1-0 0-1 0-1 1 2 1994 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 2001 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 2009 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 2 1979 0-0 0-0 2-0 2 0 2002 0-0 0-1 0-0 0 1 1998 0-0 0-1 0-1 0 2 1987 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1997 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 2009 2-0 0-0 2-0 4 0 1984 0-0 0-0 1-1 1 1 1995 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 2 2007 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 2 1981 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1983 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1 1986 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1982 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 2 1997 1-0 0-1 0-0 1 1 1990 0-0 0-1 0-0 0 1 1997 0-1 0-0 1-0 1 1 1994 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1990 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1985 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1 1988 0-0 0-0 2-1 2 1 2009 9-12 6-19 5-3 20 34 1979 2-0 2-0 0-0 4 0 1979 1-0 1-0 3-2 5 2 1989 2-0 0-0 1-0 3 0 2002 0-1 1-0 3-4 4 5 2009 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1985 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1 1983 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1988 1-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1998 1-0 1-0 1-0 3 0 1994 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1991 0-0 0-0 4-0 4 0 2008 1-0 0-0 0-1 1 1 1985 0-0 0-0 1-6 1 6 2008 1-0 0-2 1-2 2 4 1993 0-0 0-0 4-0 4 0 1993 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 2006 1-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1984 0-0 0-0 1-1 1 1 1999 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1995 1-0 1-0 0-0 2 0 2003 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 2 2002 1-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1988 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1979 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1993 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 2007 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 2008 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1980 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1988 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 2009 20-4 12-10 4-0 36 14 1988 1-0 1-0 0-0 2 0 2009 6-1 1-5 3-1 10 7 2009 11-6 12-4 2-0 25 10 1996 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1 1986 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1 2006 14-2 8-4 3-4 25 10 1992 1-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2009 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 1997 1-0 1-0 0-2 2 2 2009 9-5 6-3 5-5 20 13 2004 2-0 0-0 1-0 3 0 2001 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1992 1-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 306-125 185-185 198-144 689 454

Pct. .000 .667 .246 1.000 1.000 1.000 .673 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 .000 .333 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .500 .333 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .333 .500 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 .667 .370 1.000 .714 1.000 .444 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .142 .333 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .720 1.000 .588 .714 1.000 .000 .714 1.000 1.000 .500 .606 1.000 .000 1.000 .603

Clemson Against All Conferences Conference ACC America East Atlantic 10 Atlantic Sun Big 12 Big East Big South Big Ten Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Colonial Athletic Association Conference USA E. Michigan CC Athletic Association Fla. CC Athletic Association Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Great Lakes Valley Gulf South Horizon League Independent Ivy Group Metro Atlantic Athletic Mid-American Mid-Continent Mid-Eastern Athletic Missouri Valley Mountain West Northeast Ohio Valley Pacific-10 Patriot League Peach Belt Pennsylvania State Athletic SEC South Atlantic Southern Southland Southwestern Athletic Summit Sun Belt Sunshine State TranSouth West Coast WV Intercollegiate Athletic Western Athletic

No. Teams Played 11 1 4 7 5 11 6 8 2 7 10 1 1 2 1 3 5 6 3 1 8 2 2 6 5 1 7 4 2 6 1 11 3 11 5 3 1 8 2 1 4 1 6

CU Wins 236 3 10 33 1 17 48 1 9 14 39 0 2 2 0 4 5 13 2 1 7 2 8 8 1 1 14 0 2 21 1 61 7 104 6 4 1 10 1 1 1 1 5

CU Losses 203 0 10 5 5 11 15 10 4 7 22 1 1 0 2 2 2 1 2 1 4 0 0 6 4 1 6 4 1 5 0 87 0 26 2 1 0 5 1 0 3 0 3

Pct. .537 1.000 .500 .868 .166 .607 .761 .090 .692 .667 .639 .000 .667 1.000 .000 .667 .714 .929 .500 .500 .636 1.000 1.000 .571 .200 .500 .700 .000 .667 .808 1.000 .412 1.000 .800 .750 .800 1.000 .667 .500 1.000 .250 1.000 .625

Clemson Wins Over Top 25 Teams

Date 11/6/1993 11/4/1994 9/26/1995 11/22/1997 9/26/1998 9/3/1999 9/4/1999 9/26/1999 10/22/1999 9/3/2004 10/13/2007 11/9/2007

Site H H H N1 H N2 A H A H A H

Rk 23 17 22 16 21 16 22 21 25 21 13 14

Opponent Florida State Duke Georgia Tech Maryland Florida State Texas A&M Michigan State Arkansas North Carolina Northern Iowa Duke Duke

N1 - ACC Tournament, Raleigh, NC N2 - East Lansing, MI

Sets 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-1 3-2 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-1 3-2 3-1

Scores 15-4, 15-10, 15-4 15-11, 15-11, 15-11 7-15, 15-13, 9-15, 15-5, 15-13 7-15, 15-10, 15-8, 15-10 15-5, 15-13,6-15, 15-17, 15-13 15-7, 15-13, 15-9 15-3, 15-11, 15-7 15-7, 15-4, 15-4 15-8, 14-16, 15-12, 13-15, 16-14 29-31, 30-26, 31-29, 30-27 30-23, 30-26, 28-30, 19-30, 15-10 26-30, 30-22, 30-28, 30-20


All-Time Results

September 28 N1 W 28 A1 L 30 A2 L 30 N2 W October 5 N3 L 5 A3 W 7 N4 L N4 W 7 7 A4 L 8 N4 L N4 W 8 8 N4 L 12 H W 12 H L 12 H L A5 W 14 14 N5 W 18 N6 L 18 N6 W 18 A6 L 19 H W 19 H W 24 A7 W 24 N7 L 25 N8 W 25 A8 L 27 N9 W 27 A9 L November H W 1 1 H W 8 A10 W 8 N10 W 9 A L 11 N11 L 12 N11 L

1977 (18‑17 Overall) Coach Grace Lyles USC‑Spartanburg Winthrop Georgia State Georgia Tech

15‑9, 13‑15, 16‑14 3‑15, 7‑15 7‑15, 15‑17 15‑12, 15‑4

Georgia Furman Western Carolina Madison South Carolina Western Carolina Francis Marion East Carolina Limestone Erskine College of Charleston Benedict Columbia Erskine Presbyterian South Carolina Georgia USC‑Spartanburg Converse Winthrop Columbia Erskine Presbyterian Lander

4‑15, 6‑15 15‑12, 15‑5 10‑15, 8‑15 15‑17, 15‑13, 15‑9 3‑15, 7‑15 4‑15, 5‑15 2‑15, 15‑13, 16‑14 5‑15, 7‑15 15‑10, 15‑8 13‑15, 15‑10, 9‑15 4‑15, 2‑15 15‑13, 15‑13 15‑7, 7‑15, 15‑10 10‑15, 10‑15 15‑11, 13‑15, 15‑4 5‑15, 3‑15 11‑15, 15‑12, 15‑7 15‑13, 1‑15, 15‑11 15‑11, 18‑16 10‑15, 2‑15 15‑3, 11‑15, 15‑8 13‑15, 14‑16 17‑15, 15‑13 15‑5, 8‑15, 14‑16

Furman Benedict Limestone USC‑Spartanburg Col. of Charleston USC‑Spartanburg Winthrop

15‑4, 15‑5 15‑8, 15‑8 10‑15, 15‑12, 15‑7 15‑6, 15‑7 3‑15, 2‑15, 10‑15 15‑2, 8‑15, 8‑15 8‑15, 12‑15

N1‑at Rock Hill, SC; N2‑at Atlanta, GA; N3‑at Greenville, SC; N4‑at Columbia, SC; N5‑at Columbia, SC; N6‑at Columbia, SC; N7‑at Spartanburg, SC; N8‑at Due West, SC; N9‑at Greenwood, SC; N10‑at Gaffney, SC; N11‑at Columbia, SC

September H L 6 H L 6 9 A1 W 9 N1 W October 4 H W 4 H L 12 N2 W 12 A2 L 13 N3 W 13 N3 L 14 N3 W 14 N3 L 17 N4 L 17 A4 W 19 A5 W 19 N5 W 20 H W 20 H W 24 N6 L 24 A6 W 27 N7 W 27 A7 W 31 H W 31 H W November 3 N8 W 3 A8 W 7 H W 7 H L

1978 (19‑9 Overall) Coach Dennis McNelis Winthrop South Carolina Limestone Central

15‑10, 4‑15, 3‑15 11‑15, 8‑15 15‑6, 9‑15, 15‑10 15‑9, 15‑9

USC‑Aiken Georgia State Coastal Col. of Charleston Benedict Winthrop Pembroke State Col. of Charleston USC‑Spartanburg Furman Georgia Tech Georgia State Francis Marion Baptist Col. of Charleston Erskine Columbia USC‑Aiken Georgia Tech Benedict

15‑1, 15‑12 3‑15, 15‑9, 10‑15 15‑2, 15‑4 15‑12, 5‑15, 2‑15 15‑4, 15‑11 10‑15, 15‑11, 7‑15 15‑7, 15‑12 15‑12, 5‑15, 2‑15 8‑15, 11‑15 15‑6, 15‑10 15‑10, 15‑12, 15‑4 Forfeit 15‑3, 15‑11 16‑14, 15‑17, 15‑5 7‑15, 3‑15 15‑0, 15‑4 15‑5, 15‑10 14‑16, 16‑14, 15‑7 15‑7, 15‑12 Forfeit

Lander USC‑Spartanburg Furman Erskine

15‑3, 15‑3 15‑11, 15‑11 15‑10, 15‑4 15‑12, 7‑15, 12‑15

N1‑at Gaffney, SC; N2‑at Charleston, SC; N3‑at Florence, SC; N4‑at Greenville, SC; N5‑at Atlanta, GA; N6‑at Due West, SC; N7‑at Aiken, SC; N8‑Spartanburg, SC

September 20 A1 W 20 N1 W 21 A2 W 21 N2 W 25 H W 25 H L 27 H W 27 H W 28 N3 W 28 N3 W 29 A3 W 29 N3 W 29 N3 W 29 A3 W 29 N3 W October N4 W 2 2 A4 W N5 W 4 4 A5 W 10 A L 12 N6 W 12 N6 W 12 A6 W 13 N6 W 13 A6 W 13 N6 L A7 L 17 17 N7 L 19 N8 W 19 N8 W 19 N8 W 19 N8 W 20 N8 W 20 N8 W 24 H W 24 H W 26 N9 L 26 N9 L 27 A9 L 27 N9 W 27 N9 W 27 N9 L 30 H W 30 H W November H W 1 1 H W 2 N10 W 2 N10 W 2 N10 W 3 N10 W 3 N10 W 3 N10 L 10 N11 W 16 N12 L 16 A12 L 17 N12 L

1979 (43‑13 Overall) Coach Dennis McNelis Western Carolina Lenior‑Rhyne Georgia Georgia Wesleyan Lander Col. of Charleston South Carolina State Georgia Tech Lenior‑Rhyne Pembroke State Mars Hill Western Carolina Concorde Mars Hill Western Carolina

15‑5, 15‑1 15‑13, 15‑0 15‑10, 15‑13 15‑6, 15‑1 15‑8, 15‑3 5‑15, 15‑13, 9‑15 15‑2, 15‑3 15‑4, 15‑5 15‑5, 18‑16 15‑6, 15‑10 15‑12, 15‑8 15‑6, 16‑14 15‑11, 15‑6 15‑8, 15‑5 15‑6, 15‑8

Limestone 15‑11, 15‑11 Erskine 11‑15, 15‑11, 15‑4 Baptist 15‑17, 15‑3, 15‑3 USC‑Aiken 15‑3, 15‑2 Winthrop 15‑8, 12‑15, 9‑15,15‑12, 12‑15 Columbia 15‑2, 15‑3 Montevallo 9‑15, 15‑4, 15‑12 Francis Marion 16‑14, 13‑15, 15‑13 Benedict 15‑0, 15‑7 Francis Marion 12‑15, 15‑11, 15‑12 Winthrop 8‑15, 7‑15 South Carolina 8‑15, 10‑15 Col. of Charleston 11‑15, 5‑15 Auburn 8‑15, 15‑8, 15‑6 USC‑Spartanburg 15‑10, 15‑8 Troy State 15‑3, 15‑10 Charlotte 15‑6, 15‑10 Tenn.‑Chattanooga 15‑6, 15‑8 Auburn 15‑13, 15‑8 USC‑Aiken 16‑14, 15‑4 Erskine 15‑5, 15‑6 Temple 15‑13, 14‑16, 10‑15 North Carolina 14‑16, 4‑15 Maryland 13‑15, 12‑15 Indiana of Penn. 15‑9, 15‑12 American University 16‑14, 15‑5 East Carolina 14‑16, 16‑14, 15‑17 Berry 15‑3, 3‑15, 15‑7 Furman 15‑7, 15‑9 Western Carolina Limestone North Georgia Mercer Valdosta State Alabama A&M Tenn.‑Chattanooga Montevallo South Carolina Northern Kentucky Kentucky North Carolina

15‑3, 15‑4 15‑0, 13‑15, 15‑0 15‑4, 15‑9 15‑5, 15‑0 15‑1, 15‑9 15‑0, 15‑4 15‑7, 15‑9 3‑15, 8‑15 15‑6, 15‑5, 15‑4 7‑15, 2‑15 5‑15, 15‑12, 7‑15 12‑15, 15‑12, 7‑15

N1‑at Cullowhee, NC; N2‑at Athens, GA; N3‑at Mars Hill, NC; N4‑at Due West, SC; N5‑at Aiken, SC; N6‑at Florence, SC; N7‑at Columbia, SC; N8‑at Athens, GA; N9‑at College Park, MD; N10‑at Carrollton, GA; N11‑at Florence, SC; N12‑at Lexington, KY

September 19 N1 L 19 A1 L 20 N1 L 20 N1 L 23 H L 23 H L 26 N2 W 26 N2 W 26 N2 W 27 A2 L 27 N2 W 27 N2 L October 3 N3 L 3 N3 L 4 N3 L 4 N3 W

1980 (21‑22 Overall) Coach Linda Copeland South Carolina Alabama Miami (FL) Miss. U. for Women Winthrop Georgia East Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Jacksonville NC State East Tenn. St. College of Charleston

14‑16, 8‑15 8‑15, 8‑15 4‑15, 14‑16 13‑15, 3‑15 15‑2, 9‑15, 11‑15 4‑15, 6‑15 17‑15, 15‑8 7‑15, 15‑0., 15‑8 15‑7, 15‑11 5‑15, 4‑15 10‑15, 15‑7, 15‑12 7‑15, 7‑15

Memphis State Kentucky NC State Duke

10‑15, 17‑15, 8‑15 4‑15, 4‑15 11‑15, 7‑15 15‑1, 15‑7

7 H L 10 N4 W 10 N4 W 10 A4 L 11 N4 W 11 N4 L 13 A L 17 N5 W 17 A5 W 20 A W 24 A6 W 24 N6 W 24 N6 W 24 N6 L 25 N6 W 25 N6 L 25 N6 L 31 N7 W 31 A7 L 31 N7 W November N7 L 1 1 N7 W 8 N8 W 21 N9 W 21 N9 W 21 A9 L 21 N9 L

S. Carolina 15‑9, 7‑15, 15‑11, 11‑15, 4‑15 High Point 15‑7, 15‑8 Erskine 15‑3, 15‑11 Francis Marion 15‑10, 13‑15, 2‑15 Winthrop 15‑4, 15‑9 Col. of Charleston 14‑16, 15‑3, 12‑15 C. of Char. 12‑15, 14‑16 15‑4, 15‑9, 10‑15 Gardner Webb 15‑0, 15‑11 Georgia 15‑2, 8‑15, 15‑10 S. Carolina 11‑15, 15‑13, 15‑10, 15‑8 Maryland 17‑15, 15‑8 Rutgers 15‑13, 15‑12 Princeton 15‑13, 15‑12 Temple 15‑5, 13‑15, 12‑15 George Washington 16‑14, 15‑3 North Carolina 6‑15, 8‑15 Rutgers 10‑15, 13‑15 Georgia Tech 15‑13, 15‑6 NC State 11‑15, 7‑15 Duke 15‑13, 15‑13 N. Carolina Maryland South Carolina Virginia Tech Tennessee Northern KY Kentucky

12‑15, 15‑7, 12‑15,15‑6, 13‑15 15‑7, 10‑15, 15‑6, 4‑15, 15‑3 15‑3, 15‑3, 15‑8 7‑15, 15‑7, 15‑5 15‑5, 9‑15, 15‑10 16‑14, 9‑15, 14‑16 5‑15, 12‑15

N1‑at Birmingham, AL; N2‑at Raleigh, NC; N3‑at Columbia, SC; N4‑at Florence, SC; N5‑at Athens, GA; N6‑at College Park, MD; N7‑at Raleigh, NC; N8‑at Florence, SC; N9-at Highland Heights, KY

September A1 W 11 11 N1 W 12 N1 W 12 N1 W 25 N2 W 25 N2 W 25 N2 W 25 N2 L 26 N2 W 26 A2 W 26 N2 W October 1 A W 2 N3 W N3 L 2 2 N3 W 2 N3 L 3 N3 W 3 N3 W 3 N3 W 3 N3 L 6 H W 9 N4 W 9 N4 L 9 N4 W 9 N4 W 10 N4 L 10 N4 W 10 N4 W 10 A4 L 13 A W 16 A L 23 N5 W 23 N5 L 23 A5 L 23 N5 L 27 H W 30 N6 W 30 N6 W 30 A6 L 31 N6 L 31 N6 W November 3 H L 7 A7 W 7 N7 W 7 N7 W 9 H W 13 N8 W 13 N8 L 13 A8 L

1981 (34‑16 Overall) Coach Linda Copeland UNC‑Asheville East Tennessee State High Point South Carolina Jacksonville Duke Winthrop George Wash. ETSU NC State Miami Dade

15‑10, 15‑6 15‑5, 15‑9 15‑8, 15‑7 15‑2, 15‑3 15‑7, 15‑1 15‑10, 15‑13 15‑5, 15‑4 6‑15, 15‑10, 9‑15 7‑15, 15‑11, 15‑13, 15‑6 15‑13, 8‑15, 15‑12, 15‑10 15‑11, 17‑15, 15‑13

Winthrop Mississippi State Georgia East Tennessee State North Carolina East Carolina Morehead State North Carolina NC State Georgia South Florida Miami Dade Miss. U. for Women Miami (FL) Tennessee North Carolina Miami Dade Florida State Col. of Charleston Georgia Rhode Island American Maryland Temple South Carolina Virginia Wake Forest NC State North Carolina Maryland

15‑10, 15‑13, 15‑9 15‑8, 15‑6 8‑15, 9‑15 15‑2, 15‑2 15‑8, 10‑15, 12‑15 15‑3, 15‑5 15‑13, 14‑16, 15‑10 15‑11, 13‑15, 15‑13 15‑5, 12‑15, 6‑15 15‑2, 8‑15, 15‑12, 15‑10 15‑7, 5‑15, 15‑8 15‑3, 9‑15, 11‑15 15‑4, 13‑15, 15‑1 15‑9, 15‑11 7‑15, 14‑16 7‑15, 16‑14, 15‑6 15‑8, 15‑8 11‑15, 5‑15 15‑10, 15‑6, 15‑7 11‑15, 9‑15, 15‑9, 9‑15 14‑16, 15‑9, 15‑13 15‑7, 15‑17, 10‑15 11‑15, 15‑8, 13‑15 11‑15, 15‑10, 7‑15 15‑6, 15‑4, 15‑4 15‑7, 12‑15, 15‑12 11‑15, 15‑3, 15‑5 5‑15, 15‑13, 5‑15 9‑15, 15‑10, 6‑15 16‑14, 15‑12

Winthrop South Carolina Francis Marion Winthrop Col. of Charl. East. Kent. S. Carolina Tennessee

11‑15,15‑9,15‑4, 8‑15,11‑15 15‑2, 8‑15, 15‑6 15‑11, 9‑15, 15‑8 15‑13, 15‑8 13‑15, 15‑4, 15‑3, 15‑9 9‑15, 15‑13, 15‑11, 15‑11 15‑12, 7‑15, 9‑15, 10‑15 7‑15, 13‑15, 8‑15

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N8 W S. Carolina

17‑15, 9‑15, 15‑5, 15‑10

N1‑at Asheville, NC; N2‑at Raleigh, NC; N3‑at Columbia, SC; N4‑at Tallahassee, FL ; N5‑at College Park, MD; N6‑at Raleigh, NC; N7‑at Columbia, SC; N8‑at Knoxville, TN

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September 18 N1 W 18 A1 L 21 H W 24 H L October 1 N2 W 1 N2 W 1 N2 L 1 N2 W 1 N2 W 1 N2 L A2 W 1 8 N3 W 8 N3 L 8 N3 W 8 N3 L 8 N3 L 8 N3 L 15 H L 18 H W A L 20 22 N4 W 22 N4 L 23 N4 W 23 N4 L 24 A W 25 A W November 3 N5 W 3 A5 W 6 H W A6 W 12 13 N6 L 13 N6 L 18 N7 W 18 N7 L

1982 (19‑15 Overall, 3‑3 ACC) Coach Margie Wessell Montevallo Georgia S. Carolina N. Carolina

15‑2, 15‑5 15‑11, 12‑15, 5‑15 15‑2, 16‑14, 9‑15, 15‑7 16‑14, 6‑15, 4‑15, 12‑15

Western Carolina 15‑12, 15‑7 Jacksonville 12‑15, 15‑7, 15‑7 Winthrop 15‑8, 8‑15, 10‑15 Virginia Tech 15‑3, 15‑7 East Carolina 10‑15, 15‑5, 15‑10 Georgia 2‑15, 5‑15 South Carolina 15‑7, 15‑9 Central Florida 17‑15, 11‑15, 15‑7 Minnesota 8‑15, 9‑15 South Carolina 15‑7, 15‑9 Morehead State 7‑15, 12‑15 North Carolina 15‑10, 8‑15, 13‑15 Florida Southern 6‑15, 11‑15, 13‑15 Duke 13‑15, 15‑2, 15‑5, 15‑17, 15‑17 Georgia 15‑10, 16‑14, 15‑11 NC State 15‑10, 16‑14, 13‑15, 8‑15, 13‑15 George Wash. 15‑11, 13‑15, 15‑2 Rutgers 6‑15, 14‑16 Massachusetts 15‑2, 15‑6 Penn State 8‑15, 5‑15 Virginia 16‑14, 9‑15, 8‑15, 15‑7, 15‑12 Wake Forest 15‑12, 15‑10, 15‑9 Col. of Charleston South Carolina Maryland Geo. Wash. Maryland Temple Maryland N. Carolina

9‑15, 15‑13, 17‑15 15‑7, 15‑12 15‑6, 15‑9, 15‑9 15‑3, 5‑15, 15‑12, 6‑15, 15‑12 15‑0, 10‑15, 5‑15, 7‑15 7‑15, 9‑15, 9‑15 15‑2, 15‑8, 15‑13 15‑9, 11‑15, 7‑15, 10‑15

N1‑at Athens, GA; N2‑at Columbia, SC; N3‑at Tallahassee, FL; N4‑at College Park, MD; N5‑at Columbia, SC; N6‑at Washington, DC; N7‑at Charlottesville, VA

September 3 N1 L 3 A1 L 3 N1 L 4 N1 W 4 N1 L 13 A2 L 13 N2 L 22 A W 23 N3 W 23 N3 L 24 N3 L 24 N3 L 26 A L 30 N4 L 30 N4 L 30 N4 L October 4 A L 7 N5 W 7 N5 L 8 A5 L 8 N5 L 8 N5 L 11 H W 12 A L 13 H W 14 H L 15 N6 W 15 A6 L 19 A L

1983 (15‑33 Overall, 3‑4 ACC) Coach Margie Wessel Florida State Louisiana State Rice Southern New Orleans Morehead St. Kentucky Charlotte East Carolina Duke W. Carolina G. Wash. Col. of Charleston W. Carolina S. Florida Mississippi

7‑15, 0‑15, 4‑15 6‑15, 6‑15, 11‑15 3‑15, 5‑15, 7‑15 15‑12, 9‑15, 6‑15,15‑11,15‑5 4‑15, 8‑15, 15‑9 5‑15, 17‑15, 11‑15, 4‑15 12-15, 5-15, 6-15 14‑16, 15‑0, 7‑15, 15‑4, 15‑5 15‑2, 15‑5, 10‑15, 15‑9 14‑16, 15‑10, 11‑15, 11‑15 15‑11, 10‑15, 11‑15, 12‑15 3‑15, 3‑15, 15‑9, 15‑11, 5‑15 13‑15, 12‑15, 4‑15 15‑13, 8‑15, 3‑15,15‑12, 11‑15 15‑12, 4‑15, 4‑15, 12‑15 10‑15, 15‑10, 6‑15, 5‑15

N. Carolina 8‑15, 3‑15, 18‑16, 4‑15 Tenn. Chattanooga 15‑6, 15‑9, 15‑11 South Florida 6‑15, 15‑7, 8‑15, 7‑15 Florida State 9‑15, 7‑15, 3‑15 UNC 14‑16, 15‑13, 15‑10,7‑15,11‑15 South Carolina 4‑15, 2‑15, 3‑15 Georgia 15‑11, 15‑11, 10‑15, 9‑15, 15‑11 South Carolina 1‑15, 6‑15, 1‑15 Charlotte 15‑5, 15‑9, 3‑15, 15‑12 W. Carolina 16‑14, 7‑15, 14‑16, 15‑13 New Orleans 10‑15, 9‑15, 15‑7, 15‑6, 15‑12 Georgia 12‑15, 1‑15, 4‑15 Duke 5‑15, 10‑15, 9‑15

21 N7 W 21 N7 W 22 N7 L 22 N7 L 27 A L 28 H L 29 A W 31 A8 L 31 N8 W November 1 A L H W 4 5 H W 5 H L H W 6 11 N9 L 11 N9 L 12 A9 L 12 N9 W A L 18

Delaware Georgetown George Mason North Carolina Western Carolina NC State Georgia Tech Central Fla. S. Florida Fla. State Virginia Georgia Tech S. Carolina Wake Forest Maryland Temple George Wash. G’town Duke

13‑15, 15‑11, 15‑8 15‑9, 15‑8, 12‑15, 15‑7 15‑9, 6‑15, 11‑15 9‑15, 16‑14, 7‑15 5‑15, 13‑15, 15‑17 6‑15, 14‑16, 12‑15 15‑2, 15‑3, 15‑0 15‑11, 8‑15, 11‑15, 17‑19 13‑15, 15‑8, 15‑6, 15‑13 17‑15, 11‑15, 7‑15, 9‑15 16‑14, 8‑15, 1‑15, 15‑12 15‑2, 15‑12 16‑14, 8‑15, 1‑15, 15‑12 15‑6, 15‑6, 15‑12 9‑15, 4‑15, 12‑15 6‑15, 7‑15, 7‑15 8‑15, 8‑15, 11‑15 15‑11, 15‑12, 8‑15, 5‑15, 15‑3 5‑15, 11‑15, 15‑9, 12‑15

N1‑at Baton Rouge, LA; N2‑at Morehead, KY; N3‑at Raleigh, NC; N4‑at Columbia, SC; N5‑at Tallahassee, FL; N6‑at Athens, GA; N7‑at College Park, MD; N8‑at Orlando, FL; N9‑at Washington, DC

September 12 H L A L 14 A L 18 21 N1 L 21 N1 L 22 A L 22 N1 L 25 H W 27 A L 27 N2 L 30 H L October H L 2 4 A W 5 A L 6 N3 W N3 L 6 8 A L 12 H L 16 H W 17 H W 19 A L A L 23 24 A L 26 A L 26 N4 W 27 N4 L 27 N4 L 27 N4 L November 1 H W 2 H L 5 H L 7 H W 9 N5 L 10 N5 L 10 A L 16 N6 L

1984 (8‑28 Overall, 2‑5 ACC) Coach Wayne Norris C. of Charleston South Carolina W. Carolina Mississippi Central Florida UAB Tennessee Tech Francis Marion Winthrop High Point Duke

8‑15, 5‑15, 15‑3, 8‑15 7‑15, 3‑15, 8‑15 12‑15, 15‑7, 15‑10,9‑15, 10‑15 6‑15, 11‑15, 5‑15 13‑15, 15‑17, 9‑15 15‑6, 15‑10, 9‑15,10‑15, 9‑15 5‑15, 13‑15, 4‑15 7‑15, 15‑10, 15‑11, 15‑12 2‑15, 10‑15 12‑15, 14‑16 2‑15, 5‑15, 13‑15

S. Carolina 4‑15, 5‑15, 17‑15, 9‑15 W. Forest 16‑18,16‑14, 15‑17, 15‑6,15‑11 Virginia 9‑15, 16‑14, 9‑15, 1‑15 Charlotte 15‑0, 15‑11, 15‑10 Liberty 9‑15, 16‑14, 16‑14, 5‑15, 8‑15 C. of Charleston 8‑15, 5‑15, 15‑3, 8‑15 N. Carolina 5‑15, 10‑15, 15‑6, 11‑15 Ga. Tech 12‑15, 15‑10, 15‑1, 15‑13 Winthrop 18‑16, 15‑6, 15‑10 NC State 9‑15, 9‑15, 15‑6, 9‑15 Georgia 6‑15, 10‑15, 4‑15 Francis Marion 15‑8, 7‑15, 15‑8, 6‑15, 6‑15 Hofstra 8‑15, 10‑15, 10‑15 Farleigh Dickinson 15‑8, 15‑8, 15‑10 W&M 15‑7, 13‑15,15‑9,12‑15,12‑15 Providence 3‑15, 6‑15, 15‑12,1‑15 Princeton 6‑15, 6‑15, 3‑15 W. Carolina 15‑10, 15‑11, 7‑15,4‑15, 15‑9 Maryland 7‑15, 9‑15, 16‑8 Georgia 2‑15, 9‑15, 5‑15 Charlotte 15‑8, 15‑1, 10‑15, 15‑10 Georgetown 7‑15, 15‑8, 3‑15, 11‑15 Temple 7‑15, 8‑15, 9‑15 George Washington 6‑15, 6‑15, 2‑15 NC State 5‑15, 7‑15, 9‑15

N1‑at Birmingham, AL; N2‑Rock Hill, SC; N3‑Charlottesville,VA; N4‑Hempstead, NY; N5‑Washington, DC; N6‑College Park, MD

September 6 N1 L 6 A1 L 6 N1 L 7 N1 L 11 H L 13 N2 L 13 N2 L 13 N2 L 17 A W

1985 (13‑26 Overall, 3‑4 ACC) Coach Wayne Norris Eastern Illinois Memphis State Louisiana State UAB Western Carolina Schoolcraft Louisville Indiana State Winthrop

4‑15, 4‑15, 5‑15 11‑15, 3‑15, 12‑15 5‑15, 3‑15, 8‑15 5‑15, 15‑13, 2‑15 ,15‑6, 3‑15 12‑15, 10‑15, 4‑15 9‑15, 5‑15, 9‑15 4‑15, 14‑16, 7‑15 9‑15, 6‑15, 11‑15 11‑15, 15‑5, 15‑6, 16‑14

20 A3 W 20 N3 L 21 N3 L 21 N3 W 21 N3 L 24 H L 25 A L 27 A L 28 N4 L 28 N4 W October H L 1 4 H W 8 H W 11 N5 W 11 A5 W 12 N5 W 12 N5 L 12 N5 L A W 16 18 H W A W 22 23 H L 25 H L 30 A L 31 A L November 5 A L 6 A L 11 A W H L 17 22 N6 L

Morehead State Marshall Butler (IN) Marshall Evansville Winthrop South Carolina Maryland S.W. Texas Temple

15‑12, 15‑10 15‑6, 15‑17, 13‑15 11‑15, 10‑15 15‑5 12‑15, 13‑15 13‑15, 13‑15, 12‑15 7‑15, 6‑15, 5‑15 11‑15, 6‑15, 15‑13, 4‑15 8‑15, 9‑15, 8‑15 12‑15, 10‑15, 15‑8, 15‑4, 15‑13

Georgia 14‑16, 7‑15, 7‑15 Wake Forest 15‑12, 15‑7, 13‑15, 15‑5 Furman 15‑4, 18‑16, 12‑15, 10‑15, 15‑8 Stetson 15‑13,15‑13, 16‑14 Central Florida 15‑13, 15‑5, 15‑13 S. Alabama 15‑10, 15‑5, 12‑15,15‑5 Ala‑Birmingham 4‑15, 6‑15, 15‑17 Fla. International 3‑15, 4‑15, 7‑15 Furman 15‑2, 13‑15, 15‑11, 15‑3 Virginia 16‑14, 14‑16, 15‑13, 11‑15, 15‑5 Georgia Tech 15‑8, 15‑12, 15‑11 South Carolina 5‑15, 15‑17, 8‑15 NC State 10‑15, 14‑16, 15‑6, 14‑16 Duke 4‑15, 2‑15, 6‑15 North Carolina 4‑15, 7‑15, 12‑15 Georgia Western Carolina Charlotte Morehead St. Maryland

1‑15, 8‑15, 8‑15 9‑15, 9‑15, 14‑16 14‑16, 15‑8, 17‑15, 15‑6 12‑15, 15‑12, 15‑8,8‑15, 7‑15 4‑15, 10‑15, 9‑15

N1 at Memphis, TN; N2 at Richmond, KY; N3 at Morehead,KY; N4 at College Park, MD; N5 at Orlando, FL; N6 at Chapel Hill, NC

September A W 9 A L 16 19 N1 W 19 N1 W 20 N1 W A1 W 20 24 H W 27 A W 29 H W 30 A L October H W 2 5 H L 7 A W 10 N2 W 10 N2 L 11 A2 W 11 N2 W 14 H L H L 17 22 H W 24 N3 L 24 A3 W 25 N3 W 28 H W 30 A W 31 A W November 1 N4 L 4 A L 6 A W 8 H L 11 H W 14 A L 15 N5 L 16 N5 L

1986 (21‑13 Overall, 3‑4 ACC) Coach Linda White Winthrop South Carolina Auburn South Alabama Stetson Ala‑Birmingham W. Carolina Baptist Col. Furman Georgia

15‑1, 15‑9, 15‑6 10‑15, 6‑15, 1‑15 13‑15, 15‑7, 15‑2, 15‑4 15‑13, 15‑5, 15‑4 15‑7, 15‑9, 15‑6 15‑13, 15‑11, 15‑13 15‑9, 16‑14, 7‑15, 9‑15, 15‑6 11‑15, 15‑11, 15‑7, 15‑13 15‑13, 13‑15, 15‑10,15‑12 5‑15, 8‑15, 9‑15

Presbyterian Duke Furman Stetson Fla. I’ntl C. Florida Rollins S. Carolina N. Carolina Georgia Tech G. Mason E. Carolina UNC‑Wilmington Winthrop Wake Forest Virginia

15‑3, 15‑0, 15‑11 11‑15, 9‑15, 6‑15 8‑15, 15‑8, 15‑12, 15‑9 15‑8, 15‑7, 15‑4 12‑15, 13‑15, 10‑15 14‑16, 6‑15, 15‑11,15‑2, 15‑11 15‑12, 15‑5, 16‑14 15‑13, 11‑15, 6‑15, 14‑16 13‑15, 9‑15, 15‑6, 12‑15 15‑6, 15‑12, 15‑4 10‑15, 15‑8, 15‑13,10‑15,12‑15 15‑3, 11‑15, 13‑15, 15‑8, 15‑8 12‑15, 15‑13, 15‑11,16‑14 15‑4, 15‑6, 15‑6 15‑5, 15‑9, 14‑16, 15‑9 10‑15, 15‑4, 15‑11, 15‑9

W&M W. Carolina Charlotte Maryland Charlotte NC State West Virginia Maryland

6‑15, 16‑14, 1‑15,12‑15 10‑15, 5‑15, 17‑15,16‑14, 3‑15 10‑15, 15‑5, 15‑7,4‑15, 15‑12 13‑15, 15‑8, 16‑14, 11‑15, 3‑15 15‑12, 9‑15, 16‑14, 15‑13 1‑15, 12‑15, 8‑15 10‑15, 12‑15, 12‑15 16‑14, 14‑16, 13‑15, 11‑15

N1 at Alabama‑Birmingham Tournament, Birmingham, AL; N2 at Central Florida Tournament, Orlando, FL; N3 at Greenville, NC; N4 at Charlottesville, VA; N5 at Raleigh, NC


All-Time Results

September 5 H W 11 N1 L 12 A1 W 15 A W 18 N2 W 19 N2 L A2 L 22 A L H L 23 25 N3 W 25 A3 W 25 N3 W 26 N3 W 26 N3 L 29 A L October A W 3 4 A W A L 7 8 H W 11 H W 14 H W 17 H L 21 A W 26 A W 28 A L 30 A L A L 31 November 2 A W H W 4 6 H W 6 H W 7 H L 7 H L 9 H W 10 H L 12 H W 20 H4 L

1987 (21‑16 Overall, 3‑3 ACC) Coach Linda White W. Carolina 15‑5, 15‑11, 13‑15,15‑8 Iowa 8‑15, 8‑15, 9‑15 Geo. Washington 15‑13, 15‑11, 16‑14 Winthrop 15‑6, 15‑9, 15‑5 DePaul 15‑13, 15‑6, 2‑15, 15‑12 Missouri 4‑15, 15‑12, 15‑17, 15‑6, 9‑15 E. Illinois 16‑18, 12‑15, 15‑13,14‑16 Tennessee 15‑17, 15‑12, 13‑15, 11‑15 S. Carolina 10‑15, 9‑15, 15‑10,12‑15 New Orleans 7‑15, 15‑6, 15‑10 UAB 15‑5, 15‑9 Mississippi 15‑5, 15‑10 Northeast Louisiana 15‑13, 15‑6 S. Florida 7‑15, 6‑15, 15‑10, 15‑5, 8‑15 Georgia 15‑13, 11‑15, 4‑15, 4‑15 Maryland 9‑15, 15‑11, 15‑10, 15‑8 George Mason 15‑2, 15‑9, 15‑9 Charlotte 15‑10, 15‑9, 9‑15, 15‑17, 8‑15 Col. of Charleston 15‑12, 15‑9, 15‑9 Virginia 15‑12, 15‑4, 16‑14 Baptist College 15‑10, 15‑12, 16‑14 Penn. 16‑18, 15‑10, 13‑15, 15‑6, 14‑16 Georgia Tech 15‑5, 10‑15, 15‑7, 15‑4 Furman 17‑15, 15‑10, 7‑15, 15‑6 South Carolina 0‑15, 11‑15, 12‑15 North Carolina 6‑15, 8‑15, 10‑15 Duke 14‑16, 13‑15, 7‑15 W. Carolina Winthrop East Carolina Auburn NC State UAB Furman Georgia Charlotte Virginia

10‑15, 15‑8, 15‑5,10‑15, 15‑8 15‑2, 15‑4, 15‑10 15‑6, 15‑4, 15‑10 5‑15, 15‑6, 15‑3, 15‑4 5‑15, 12‑15, 15‑17 4‑15, 15‑11, 16‑14,11‑15, 10‑15 15‑8, 15‑0, 15‑8 10‑15, 15‑13, 5‑15, 6‑15 15‑11, 15‑8, 16‑14 5‑15, 5‑15, 10‑15

N1 at Coca‑Cola Classic, Washington, D.C.; N2 at EIU Coors/Coors Light Classic, Charleston, IL; N3 at Lady Blazer Invitational, Birmingham, AL; H4 at ACC Volleyball Tournament, Clemson, SC

September N1 W 3 3 N1 L 3 N1 L 4 A1 L 8 N2 L 8 N2 L 9 N2 W 9 A2 L 10 N2 W 10 N2 W 14 H W 15 H W 18 H W 21 H L 23 N3 L 23 N3 L 24 N3 L 27 A L 29 H W October 1 H L 2 H W 4 A W 7 A L 8 N4 L 11 H L 13 A W 16 H W 18 H W 21 A L 22 A W 26 A L 28 H L November 1 H W 2 H W 4 H W

1988 (21‑19 Overall, 2‑4 ACC) Coach Linda White Maryland Providence Bradley Hofstra UAB New Mexico Toledo Memphis St. Valparaiso UAB SC State VCU S. Illinois South Carolina Hofstra South Alabama Auburn Georgia Furman

15‑5, 15‑9, 15‑6 16‑14, 13‑15, 11‑15,15‑9, 5‑15 4‑15, 14‑16, 10‑15 7‑15, 15‑4, 6‑15, 12‑15 20‑22, 6‑15, 15‑10,15‑4, 7‑15 6‑15, 2‑15, 0‑15 15‑9, 11‑15, 15‑7, 15‑12 15‑13, 11‑15, 5‑15, 12‑15 15‑1, 15‑12, 15‑9 15‑17, 15‑13, 15‑9, 6‑15,15‑12 15‑3, 15‑5, 15‑4 15‑5, 15‑12, 16‑14 15‑4, 15‑10, 7‑15, 15‑6 5‑15, 9‑15, 10‑15 14‑16, 11‑15, 15‑9, 8‑15 9‑15, 15‑9, 10‑15, 3‑15 10‑15, 8‑15, 7‑15 9‑15, 11‑15, 15‑7, 9‑15 15‑3, 15‑1, 15‑10

Duke GA State Charlotte NC State Tennessee Georgia W. Carolina Boston College Ga. Tech Virginia VCU South Carolina North Carolina

9‑15, 15‑11, 7‑15, 6‑15 15‑4, 15‑4, 7‑15, 10‑15, 15‑12 15‑6, 15‑9, 13‑15, 15‑2 8‑15, 9‑15, 10‑15 4‑15, 15‑13, 9‑15, 3‑15 15‑13, 3‑15, 8‑15, 15‑11, 12‑15 15‑10, 5‑15, 15‑4, 15‑3 15‑8, 15‑4, 13‑15, 15‑5 15‑12, 6‑15, 15‑4, 9‑15, 15‑8 15‑8, 14‑16, 15‑5, 11‑15, 14‑16 17‑15, 15‑9, 15‑13 7‑15, 7‑15, 15‑12, 10‑15 1‑15, 6‑15, 15‑10, 8‑15

Winthrop Baptist College Maryland

15‑12, 15‑6, 15‑5 15‑7, 15‑7, 15‑3 15‑8, 15‑7, 15‑7

5 8 10 19 20

H W A W H W N5 W N5 L

W. Carolina Furman Charlotte Virginia NC State

10‑15, 15‑13, 15‑13,15‑12 13‑15, 15‑7, 15‑11, 15‑6 15‑11, 7‑15, 15‑8, 15‑4 3‑15, 15‑12, 14‑16, 15‑9, 15‑3 7‑15, 16‑14, 11‑15, 2‑15

N1 at Hofstra Invitational, Hempstead, NY; N2 at Memphis State Volleyball Classic, Memphis, TN; N3 at Alabama‑ Birmingham Tournament; N4 at Raleigh, NC; N5 at ACC Tournament, Atlanta, GA

September 1 N1 W 1 N1 W 2 N1 W 2 A1 L .5 H W 12 H W 13 H W 15 H1 W 15 H1 W 16 H1 W 16 H1 W 19 H W 21 A W 26 A L 29 H W 30 H W October A W 3 6 N2 W 7 N2 W 7 A2 W 10 A W 14 H W 17 A W 19 H W 21 H W 22 H W H L 24 27 N3 W 27 A L 31 A W November A L 3 4 A L 7 H W 9 H W 10 A W A W 14 18 N4 L

1989 (30‑7 Overall, 4‑2 ACC) Coach Linda White Baptist College 15‑3, 15‑7, 15‑9 SC State 15‑6, 15‑3, 15‑13 Col. of Charleston 15‑5, 15‑10, 15‑11 S. Carolina 9‑15, 15‑0, 15‑6, 11‑15, 11‑15 Augusta College 15‑0, 15‑1, 15‑4 Coastal Carolina 15‑3, 15‑8, 15‑13 Western Carolina 15‑5, 15‑12, 15‑8 Alabama 15‑5, 15‑8, 16‑14 Auburn 15‑17, 16‑14, 15‑13, 15‑11 Bradley 15‑6, 12‑15, 15‑8, 13‑15, 15‑10 Auburn 15‑10, 15‑8, 13‑15, 15‑11 UNC‑Asheville 15‑9, 15‑13, 15‑6 Furman 15‑12, 15‑12, 15‑9 Georgia 3‑15, 3‑15, 13‑15 East Tennessee State 15‑7, 15‑5, 15‑13 NC State 15‑8, 9‑15, 13‑15, 15‑7, 15‑13 Georgia Tech 15‑7, 15‑7, 15‑13 Bradley 13‑15, 15‑12, 11‑15, 15‑12,15‑10 Eastern Illinois 9‑15, 15‑9, 9‑15, 15‑5, 15‑11 Loyola 15‑7, 15‑10, 15‑10 Winthrop 15‑8, 15‑6, 15‑7 Charlotte 15‑0, 15‑5, 13‑15, 15‑5 Baptist College 15‑8, 14‑16, 15‑5, 17‑15 South Carolina 3‑15, 15‑6, 15‑5, 15‑11 App. State 15‑8, 14‑16, 15‑13, 15‑10 Virginia 15‑13, 15‑17, 15‑11, 15‑9 Georgia 6‑15, 10‑15, 11‑15 Alabama State 15‑6, 15‑6, 15‑5 Auburn 9‑15, 15‑9, 15‑5, 3‑15, 7‑15 Western Carolina 15‑3, 15‑8, 15‑9 N. Carolina Duke Furman Georgia State Maryland Charlotte Maryland

16‑14, 8‑15, 11‑15, 15‑9, 4‑15 9‑15, 3‑15, 10‑15 15‑8, 15‑9, 15‑13 15‑4, 15‑12, 15‑4 15‑7, 9‑15, 15‑11, 3‑15, 15‑11 15‑11, 15‑6, 15‑9 10‑15, 15‑10, 9‑15, 9‑15

N1 at Palmetto State Tournament, Columbia, SC; H1 at Big Orange Volleyball Classic, Clemson, SC; N2 at Loyola Lakefront Invitational, Chicago, IL; N3 at Auburn, AL; N4 at ACC Tournament, Hilton Head, SC

August 31 N1 W 31 A1 L September 1 N1 W 1 N1 W 1 A1 L 4 H W 7 N2 W 7 A2 L 8 N2 L 8 N2 W 11 H W 18 A L 20 A W 22 H W 25 H W 28 H W 30 H W October 2 H W 4 H L 5 H L 7 H W 9 H L 10 H W 16 H W

1990 (23‑14 Overall, 2‑4 ACC) Coach Linda White Coastal Carolina South Carolina

15‑2, 15‑2, 15‑7 14‑16, 9‑15, 15‑3, 10‑15

Winthrop 15‑6, 15‑1, 15‑1 Col. of Charleston 15‑9, 9‑15, 15‑13, 15‑7 S. Carolina 10‑15, 13‑15, 15‑11, 6‑15 Georgia State 15‑6, 15‑12, 15‑9 San Francisco 13‑15, 15‑10, 16‑14, 7‑15, 15‑11 Saint Mary’s 6‑15, 9‑15, 7‑15 Boise State 7‑15, 1‑15, 9‑15 Nevada‑Reno 6‑15, 15‑7, 15‑13, 15‑9 Western Carolina 15‑2, 15‑11, 15‑13 South Carolina 4‑15, 8‑15, 12‑15 App. State 10‑15, 15‑8, 15‑8,17‑15 Augusta College 15‑2, 15‑0, 15‑0 Winthrop 15‑5, 15‑2, 15‑4 Morehead State 15‑8, 8‑15, 15‑4, 15‑8 UNC‑Greensboro 15‑6, 15‑10, 15‑7 UNC‑Asheville Duke North Carolina Furman Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia Tech

15‑8, 16‑14, 15‑5 7‑15, 5‑15, 9‑15 13‑15, 4‑15, 13‑15 13‑15, 15‑5, 15‑13, 15‑3 11‑15, 15‑6, 5‑15, 5‑15 15‑5, 15‑1, 15‑5 15‑7, 15‑4, 15‑10

19 N3 W 19 N3 L 20 A3 W 20 N3 W 23 A W 25 H W 27 H W 31 A W November 3 A L 6 A L A L 9 10 N4 L 16 N5 L

E. Kentucky Syracuse South Florida N. Carolina Furman Charlotte Maryland W. Carolina

9‑15, 15‑6, 15‑12, 13‑15, 15‑10 9‑15, 13‑15, 12‑15 16‑14, 15‑7, 15‑13 15‑5, 15‑10, 6‑15, 15‑17, 15‑5 15‑4, 15‑9, 15‑13 15‑7, 15‑5, 15‑6 15‑3, 13‑15, 15‑4,10‑15, 15‑2 15‑13, 15‑3, 15‑17, 15‑6

NC State Georgia Virginia Virginia Tech North Carolina

10‑15, 12‑15, 6‑15 11‑15, 13‑15, 2‑15 11‑15, 14‑16, 6‑15 10‑15, 7‑15, 16‑14, 11‑15 8‑15, 8‑15, 8‑15

N1 at Palmetto Classic, Columbia, SC; N2 at Saint Mary’s Invit-ational, Moraga, CA; N3 at South Florida Invitational, Tampa, FL; N4 at Charlottesville, VA; N5 at ACC Tournament, Hilton Head, SC

September 10 A W 13 H1 L 14 H1 L 14 H1 W 17 H W 20 H2 W 20 H2 W 21 H2 W 21 H2 W 25 A W 27 H L 28 H W October A W 1 4 A L 5 A L 6 A W 10 A W H W 15 18 N3 W 18 A3 W 19 N3 W 19 N3 W 25 H W 26 H L 29 A L 30 H W November A L 1 2 A L 6 H W 8 H L 12 A L 15 H W 16 H W 22 N4 L

1991 (22‑12 Overall, 2‑5 ACC) Coach Linda White Western Carolina Sam Houston St. Akron Alabama South Carolina Appalachian St. East Tennessee St. Middle Tennessee St. Jacksonville Winthrop Auburn UNC‑Asheville

15‑9, 15‑7, 15‑3 9‑15, 6‑15, 14‑16 15‑5, 11‑15, 14‑16, 10‑15 15‑11, 12‑15, 15‑12,15‑10 15‑9, 11‑15, 15‑1, 15‑13 16‑14, 15‑7, 15‑8 15‑5, 15‑2, 15‑5 15‑5, 15‑3, 15‑9 15‑1, 15‑1, 15‑5 15‑3, 15‑3, 15‑9 7‑15, 9‑15, 13‑15 15‑7, 11‑15, 15‑8, 15‑5

Furman 15‑12, 15‑11, 9‑15, 9‑15, 15‑10 Maryland 2‑15, 15‑13, 8‑15, 4‑15 Georgetown 15‑8, 14‑16, 11‑15, 9‑15 George Wash. 15‑8, 7‑15, 15‑2, 15‑7 Ga. Tech 6‑15, 15‑5, 15‑10, 8‑15, 15‑12 Georgia State 15‑7, 14‑16, 15‑2, 15‑12 South Florida 15‑6, 10‑15, 16‑14, 15‑8 Fla. I’ntl 15‑6, 15‑7, 13‑15, 15‑4 Stetson 15‑9, 15‑10, 15‑8 Georgia State 15‑4, 15‑5, 15‑9 NC State 14‑16, 15‑10, 1‑15, 15‑10, 15‑13 Virginia 15‑10, 10‑15, 11‑15, 6‑15 Georgia 6‑15, 8‑15, 6‑15 Western Carolina 15‑3, 15‑1, 6‑15, 15‑1 North Carolina Duke Furman Florida State Charlotte Boston College UNC‑Wilmington Duke

12‑15, 15‑17, 13‑15 14‑16, 5‑15, 10‑15 15‑9, 15‑4, 15‑9 12‑15, 9‑15, 9‑15 15‑13, 15‑9, 13‑15, 7‑15, 13‑15 15‑6, 15‑1, 15‑10 15‑12, 15‑8, 15‑7 10‑15, 7‑15, 15‑9, 11‑15

H1 at Clemson Big Orange Bash, Clemson, SC; H2 at Lady Tiger Showcase, Clemson, SC; N3 at Florida International Invit., Miami, FL; N4 at ACC Tournament, Charlottesville, VA

September 4 H1 W 5 H1 W 5 H1 W 8 A W 9 H W 11 N2 W 11 N2 W 12 N2 W 12 N2 W 16 H W 18 H3 W 19 H3 W 19 H3 W 22 H W 25 N4 W 26 A4 L 27 H W 29 A W October 2 H L

1992 (24‑9 Overall, 2‑5 ACC) Coach Ernie Arill Bradley 15‑7, 15‑2, 15‑10 ETSU 15‑4, 9‑15, 15‑11, 15‑10 Western Kentucky 15‑7, 15‑3, 15‑8 Western Carolina 16‑14, 15‑1, 15‑12 Charlotte 15‑13, 15‑12, 15‑11 Coastal Carolina 15‑3, 15‑6, 15‑9 College of Charleston 15‑5, 15‑13, 15‑5 Furman 15‑3, 15‑6, 15‑9 Charleston Southern 15‑6, 15‑5, 15‑4 Charleston Southern 15‑7, 15‑1, 15‑3 Northeast Louisiana 15‑7, 15‑1, 15‑7 Appalachian State 15‑4, 15‑11, 15‑2 George Mason 15‑2, 15‑3, 15‑7 Winthrop 15‑2, 15‑3, 15‑4 Auburn 15‑4, 13‑15, 15‑13, 2‑15, 15‑11 Georgia (19) 7‑15, 4‑15, 4‑15 Yale 15‑12, 5‑17, 15‑2, 15‑7 Ga. Tech 15‑6, 11‑15, 16‑14, 15‑17, 15‑13 Maryland

11‑15, 9‑15, 15‑8, 2‑15

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All-Time Results

3 H W H W 6 15 A W 20 A W 24 A L 25 A L 28 H W 30 A L 31 A L November 3 H L H W 6 10 H L 12 A W A5 L 20

Virginia 15‑10, 15‑10, 15‑13 Furman 15‑6, 15‑6, 15‑12 App. State 5‑15, 16‑14, 7‑15, 15‑9, 15‑7 S. Carolina 15‑13, 16‑14, 11‑15,14‑16, 15‑5 Florida State 8‑15, 7‑15, 4‑15 Florida (6) 3‑15, 9‑15, 4‑15 Western Carolina 15‑5, 15‑2, 15‑10 N. Carolina 15‑13, 10‑15, 15‑4, 8‑15, 11‑15 Duke 12‑15, 7‑15, 7‑15 Georgia (20) NC State Georgia Tech Furman Maryland

15‑13, 10‑15, 9‑15, 3‑15 15‑4, 15‑8, 15‑5 13‑15, 16‑14, 5‑15, 11‑15 15‑3, 15‑7, 15‑9 10‑15, 4‑15, 15‑12, 10‑15

H1 at Lady Tiger Showcase, Clemson, SC; N2 at Palmetto State Classic, Columbia, SC; H3 at Big Orange Bash, Clemson, SC; N4 at ACC vs. SEC Challenge, Athens, GA; A5 at ACC Tournament, College Park, MD

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September 3 N1 W 4 N1 W 4 A1 W 7 A W 10 H2 W 10 H2 W 11 H2 W 11 H2 W 14 H W 17 N3 W 18 N3 W 18 A3 W 22 H W 24 A L 28 A W October 2 H L H W 5 8 H W 9 H W 15 A L A W 16 20 H W 22 A W 26 H W 29 H L 30 H L November H W 5 6 H W 10 A W 12 A W 13 A W 16 A L 19 N4 W 20 N4 L December D.1 H5 L

1993 (27‑8 Overall, 10‑4 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Tennessee‑Martin UT‑Chattanooga Memphis St. Charlotte C.Florida UNC‑Asheville Drexel Auburn Western Carolina Tulane Bradley Alabama South Carolina Fla. State(23) Georgia Tech

15‑6, 15‑10, 15‑7 15‑2, 15‑0, 15‑9 15‑7, 12‑15, 15‑3, 15‑10 15‑5, 15‑6, 15‑13 8‑15, 15‑4, 11‑15, 15‑1, 15‑12 15‑1, 15‑2, 15‑11 15‑2, 15‑10, 15‑7 15‑6, 13‑15, 15‑6, 15‑2 15‑9, 15‑6, 15‑2 15‑13, 15‑10, 15‑11 15‑5, 15‑9, 17‑15 15‑2, 15‑4, 15‑9 15‑9, 15‑5, 15‑9 7‑15, 14‑16, 15‑8,15‑12, 11‑15 15‑12, 15‑11, 15‑10

Kentucky (7) Georgia Tech Maryland Virginia Duke North Carolina Mercer NC State Furman Duke (22) N. Carolina

15‑11, 17‑15, 9‑15, 6‑15, 10‑15 15‑6, 15‑12, 15‑8 15‑1, 15‑12, 15‑6 15‑11, 15‑9, 14‑16, 16‑14 6‑15, 13‑15, 5‑15 15‑9, 9‑15, 15‑7, 15‑5 15‑2, 15‑1, 15‑3 15‑4, 15‑4, 15‑8 15‑1, 15‑7, 15‑8 8‑15, 3‑15, 16‑14, 0‑15 11‑15, 14‑16, 15‑5, 15‑9, 13‑15

NC State Florida State (23) Western Carolina Virginia Maryland Georgia (19) Virginia Florida State Houston

15‑13, 15‑6, 15‑8 15‑4, 15‑10, 15‑4 15‑4, 15‑7, 15‑7 15‑7, 15‑3, 15‑4 7‑15, 15‑9, 15‑13, 8‑15, 15‑8 2‑15, 7‑15, 8‑15 15‑12, 15‑12, 15‑11 15‑17, 12‑15, 7‑15 11‑15, 10‑15, 10‑15

N1 at Memphis State Invitational, Memphis, TN; H2 at Big Orange Bash, Clemson, SC; N3 at Alabama Invitational, Tuscaloosa, AL; N4 at ACC Tournament, Durham, NC; H5 at NCAA Tournament, Clemson, SC

September 2 A W 3 N1 W 3 N1 W 7 H W 9 H2 W 9 H2 W 10 H2 W 10 H2 W 13 H W 17 N3 W 18 N3 W 20 A W 23 A W 24 A W 28 A L 30 A L October 4 H L

1994 (28‑8 Overall, 10‑4 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Texas‑Arlington 15‑0, 15‑4, 15‑8 San Diego State 15‑9, 15‑9, 15‑11 Mississippi 15‑7, 15‑8, 15‑8 UNC‑Asheville 15‑1, 15‑1, 15‑7 Drexel 15‑1, 15‑4, 15‑6 Central Florida 15‑10, 15‑6, 15‑4 James Madison 15‑2, 15‑5, 15‑8 Appalachian State 15‑4, 15‑4, 15‑7 Charlotte 15‑4, 15‑1, 15‑10 Auburn 15‑3, 15‑11, 15‑11 Alabama 11‑15, 15‑10, 15‑7, 15‑9 Furman 15‑2, 12‑15, 15‑6, 15‑1 Maryland 15‑13, 15‑6, 15‑9 Virginia 15‑3, 15‑9, 13‑15, 15‑6 Georgia Tech 14‑16, 13‑15, 3‑15 Fla. State 15‑13, 5‑15, 4‑15, 15‑10, 11‑15 Georgia (23)

0‑15, 15‑10, 6‑15, 10‑15

7 A L N4 W 8 11 H W 14 H W 15 H W 21 A L 22 A L 29 A W 30 A W November 4 H W H W 5 8 A W 11 H W H W 12 18 N5 W 19 N5 W 20 N5 L 30 H6 W December 3 N7 L

Louisville Ohio Georgia Tech Maryland Virginia Duke (18) N. Carolina NC State UNC‑Greensboro

15‑17, 9‑15, 2‑15 8‑15, 15‑2, 15‑5, 15‑4 15‑11, 15‑10, 15‑12 16‑14, 15‑11, 15‑2 15‑8, 15‑8, 15‑3 8‑15, 10‑15, 14‑16 15‑8, 9‑15, 11‑15, 17‑15, 15‑17 15‑8, 15‑2, 15‑12 15‑7, 15‑11, 15‑6

Duke (17) North Carolina South Carolina Florida State NC State N. Carolina Georgia Tech Duke (21) S.F. Austin

15‑11, 15‑11, 15‑11 15‑5, 15‑3, 15‑7 15‑9, 15‑8, 15‑8 15‑7, 15‑6, 16‑14 15‑3, 15‑9, 15‑11 13‑15, 15‑12, 12‑15, 11‑15, 15‑7 15‑8, 15‑6, 15‑7 6‑15, 9‑15, 7‑15 12‑15, 13‑15,15‑9,15‑11,15‑8 1‑15, 13‑15, 12‑15

Houston (18)

N1 at Texas‑Arlington Tournament; H2 at Big Orange Bash, Clemson, SC; N3 at ACC/SEC Challenge, Atlanta, GA; N4 at Louisville, KY; N5 at ACC Tournament, Chapel Hill, NC; H6 at NCAA Tournament, Clemson, SC; N7 at NCAA Tournament, Houston, TX

September 1 N1 L 1 N1 L 2 N1 W 2 A L 5 H W 8 H W 9 H W 9 H L 12 H W 14 H W H W 16 17 N2 W 17 N2 W 22 H W H W 23 26 H W 29 A W 30 A L October 7 A W A W 8 10 A L 13 A W 14 N3 W 20 H W 21 H W 24 H L 27 A W A W 29 November 3 A W 10 H L 11 H W 16 H4 L 25 A L

1995 (23‑10 Overall, 11‑3 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Oregon Ball State Northern Ill. Colorado State DePaul Texas‑Arlington E. Kentucky Alabama Furman Memphis Auburn Providence Boston College N. Carolina Florida State Ga.Tech (22) Virginia Maryland

16‑18, 8‑15, 11‑15 14‑16, 11‑15, 11‑15 16‑14, 8‑15, 15‑3,15‑13 13‑15, 10‑15, 8‑15 15‑4, 16‑14, 16‑14 15‑12, 15‑9, 15‑6 15‑2, 12‑15, 15‑4, 15‑3 11‑15, 6‑15, 9‑15 15‑4, 15‑2, 8‑15, 15‑7 15‑6, 15‑8, 15‑10 15‑11, 16‑14, 15‑9 15‑5, 15‑8, 15‑2 15‑3, 15‑5, 15‑7 15‑11, 1‑15, 15‑9, 7‑15, 15‑9 15‑3, 13‑15, 15‑7,18‑16 7‑15, 15‑13, 9‑15,15‑5, 15‑13 15‑13, 15‑10, 15‑10 5‑15, 15‑11, 8‑15, 12‑15

Florida State 14‑16, 15‑1, 15‑9, 9‑15, 15‑3 C. Florida 5‑15, 15‑11, 15‑12,14‑16, 15‑13 Georgia Tech (25) 10‑15, 10‑15, 10‑15 William & Mary 15‑4, 15‑6, 15‑10 East Carolina 15‑4, 16‑14, 15‑9 Virginia 15‑10, 15‑7, 12‑15, 15‑4 Maryland 2‑15, 15‑12, 15‑10, 15‑5 South Carolina 7‑15, 7‑15, 6‑15 NC State 15‑8, 15‑6, 15‑4 Duke 13‑15, 15‑13, 15‑10,15‑2 North Carolina NC State Duke Fla. St. Georgia

13‑15, 15‑8, 15‑9,15‑8 12‑15, 13‑15, 15‑8, 6‑15 15‑6, 6‑15, 14‑16, 15‑4, 15‑9 8‑15, 15‑6, 15‑6, 14‑16, 13‑15 14‑16, 9‑15, 8‑15

N1 at University Park Classic, Fort Collins, CO; N2 at ACC‑Big East Challenge, Atlanta, GA; N3 at Williamsburg, VA; H4 at ACC Tournament, Clemson, SC

August 30 N1 W 30 N1 L 31 N1 W 31 A W September 6 H1 W 7 H1 W 7 H1 L A W 10 13 N2 L 14 N2 L 18 A L 20 H W 21 H L

1996 (17-15 Overall, 9-7 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Illinois-Chicago 15-13, 15-6, 15-4 Fresno St. 10-15, 15-11, 16-14, 7-15, 4-15 George Washington 15-7, 15-6, 15-12 DePaul 15-10, 15-12, 15-9 Appalachian State Virginia Tech Colorado St. (25) Furman Washington St. (6) Notre Dame (11) South Carolina Charleston Southern Georgia

15-3, 15-10, 15-4 15-3, 15-10, 15-13 8-15,15-9, 14-16, 7-15 15-1, 14-16, 15-13, 15-5 3-15, 9-15, 10-15 12-15, 4-15, 7-15 13-15, 5-15, 11-15 15-1, 15-3, 15-0 13-15, 9-15, 15-3, 6-15

25 H L A W 27 October 1 H W A W 4 5 A L H W 9 11 H W 13 H W A L 18 A W 19 A L 24 26 H L November H L 1 2 H W A L 8 A W 9 15 A W H L 16 22 N3 L

Georgia Tech (21) 12-15, 15-17, 14-16 Fla. State 7-15, 8-15, 15-12, 15-10, 19-17 Coastal Carolina 15-6, 15-7, 15-7 Virginia 15-12, 15-10, 13-15, 7-15, 17-15 Maryland 15-8, 4-15, 15-9, 11-15, 13-15 N.C. State 15-12, 15-8, 12-15, 15-11 Fla. State 15-13, 14-16, 16-14, 15-5 North Carolina 15-7, 15-13, 15-10 Duke 7-15, 8-15, 9-15 Wake Forest 15-12, 15-8, 15-13 Georgia Tech 13-15, 7-15, 6-15 UCF 7-15, 15-8, 11-15, 15-13, 6-15 Maryland Virginia North Carolina NC State Wake Forest Duke N. Carolina

9-15, 8-15, 5-15 12-15, 15-13, 15-4, 15-10 12-15, 9-15, 13-15 15-12, 15-8, 15-13 15-4, 12-15, 15-4, 15-3 7-15, 15-10, 2-15 13-15, 7-15, 15-13, 15-13, 8-15

N1 at DePaul Invitational at Chicago, IL; H1 at Big Orange Bash at Clemson, SC; N2 at Mizuno Cup at Chicago, IL; N3 at ACC Tournament at Atlanta, GA

August A W 29 30 N1 W September H1 W 5 6 H1 W 6 H1 W 12 N2 W 13 N2 W 13 A W H W 19 20 H W 23 H W H W 26 27 H W 30 H W October 3 A L 4 A W A W 10 11 A L H W 17 18 H L 24 H W 25 H W 26 H L 31 A L November 1 A W A L 6 8 H W 14 A W 16 A W 21 N3 W 22 N3 W 23 N3 W 28 A L December 6 N4 L

1997 (26-8 Overall, 10-6 ACC) ACC Tournament Champions Coach Jolene Hoover Auburn Pittsburgh

10-15, 5-15, 15-8, 15-8, 18-16 15-6, 8-15, 15-4, 15-6

William&Mary 15-7, 15-11, 15-11 Drexel 15-2, 17-15, 15-2 Saint Louis 15-7, 16-14, 16-14 Miss. St. 13-15, 6-15, 15-12, 15-6, 15-11 Sam Houston St. 15-6, 15-6, 12-15, 16-14 SMU 12-15, 17-15, 12-15, 15-9, 15-9 SMU 15-8, 15-4, 15-3 Jacksonville 15-7, 12-15, 15-5, 15-4 South Carolina 15-11, 15-8, 15-2 Wake Forest 15-7, 15-6, 15-11 Duke 15-12, 12-15, 15-11, 11-15, 15-10 Georgia Tech 15-2, 15-9, 7-15, 15-10 Florida State Jacksonville N. Carolina NC State Virginia Maryland(17) NC State North Carolina Florida State Maryland(16) Virginia Georgia Tech Col. of Charleston Duke Wake Forest Duke Maryland(16) Georgia Tech Georgia

13-15, 16-14, 4-15, 13-15 15-7, 15-10, 8-15, 15-7 15-1, 7-15, 13-15, 18-16, 16-14 11-15, 15-6, 2-15, 15-1, 10-15 15-12, 15-10, 15-6 15-10, 15-6, 13-15, 8-15, 12-15 15-1, 15-8, 15-10 14-16, 15-10, 16-14, 15-6 15-5, 6-15, 5-15, 18-20 10-15, 15-10, 5-15, 16-14, 9-15 15-11, 15-9, 15-10 6-15, 8-15, 15-9, 10-15 15-11, 15-6, 15-9 15-7, 10-15, 15-12, 15-5 15-10, 15-8, 14-16, 15-7 15-11, 16-14, 15-10 7-15, 15-10, 15-8, 15-10 8-15, 15-3, 15-9, 15-13 11-15, 3-15, 0-15

Central Florida

7-15, 13-15, 1-15

N1 at Auburn War Eagle Invitational at Auburn, AL; H1 at Big Orange Bash at Clemson, SC; N2 at SMU Tournament at Dallas,TX; N3 at ACC Tournament at Raleigh, NC; N4 at NCAA Tournament in Madison, WI

September 1 H W 4 N1 W 5 N1 W 5 A L 11 H1 W 13 H1 W 16 A L 18 N2 W 19 N2 W 19 A L

1998 (22-11 Overall, 10-6 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Georgia Georgia Southern Eastern Illinois St. Louis Auburn Central Florida South Carolina SMU Arkansas St. Kentucky

7-15, 13-15, 15-2, 15-6, 15-9 15-2, 15-2, 15-12 15-11, 15-6, 15-5 15-0, 15-8, 12-15, 12-15, 16-18 15-4, 15-11, 15-11 15-3, 15-5, 15-9 13-15, 8-15, 13-15 15-9, 15-7, 15-3 17-15, 11-15, 15-7, 16-14 15-6, 13-15, 13-15, 9-15


All-Time Results

25 H W H W 26 29 H L October A L 2 3 A W H W 9 10 H L 14 H W H W 17 A W 20 A W 21 24 H W A L 28 November 1 A L H W 6 H W 7 11 H W A W 13 14 A L 20 N3 W 21 N3 L December N4 W 4 5 A L

NC State Fla. State (21) North Carolina Virginia Maryland Duke Wake Forest Georgia Tech Florida A&M Duke W. Forest Georgia State Georgia Tech

15-9, 15-8, 15-9 15-5, 15-13, 6-15, 15-17, 15-13 5-15, 15-11, 13-15, 4-15 1-15, 8-15, 8-15 15-4, 15-9, 15-7 15-8, 14-16, 15-4, 5-15, 15-11 15-13, 13-15, 13-15, 12-15 15-13, 15-6, 15-9 15-3, 15-6, 15-10 15-8, 15-9, 10-15, 15-10 15-13, 15-12, 16-18, 10-15, 15-10 15-7, 15-5, 15-11 15-13, 13-15, 3-15, 8-15

Florida State 9-15, 5-15, 15-11, 11-15 Maryland 15-13, 15-13, 15-10 Virginia 15-9, 15-11, 4-15, 8-15, 15-13 Col. of Charleston 15-5, 15-4, 15-3 NC State 15-11, 15-7, 15-7 N. Carolina 12-15, 15-9, 5-15, 15-8, 9-15 Ga. Tech 15-12, 5-15, 16-14, 12-15, 15-13 North Carolina 15-11, 12-15, 5-15, 5-15 Fairfield Penn State (2)

15-9, 15-9, 15-5 2-15, 11-15, 5-15

N1 at Billiken Invitational at St. Louis, MO; H1 at Big Orange Bash at Clemson, SC; N2 at Kentucky Tournament at Louisville, KY; N3 at ACC Tournament at College Park, MD; N4 at NCAA Tournament at University Park, PA

September N1 W 3 3 N1 W 4 N1 W A W 4 7 H W 10 H1 W 12 H1 W 17 H W 18 H W 21 A W 23 A W 26 H W H W 28 October A W 2 5 H W 8 H W 9 H L 15 A W 16 A W 19 A W 22 A W A W 23 29 H W 30 H W November 2 H W 5 A W 6 A W 9 A W 12 H W 13 H W 18 N2 W 20 N2 W 21 N2 L December 2 H2 L

1999 (31-3 Overall, 15-1 ACC) ACC Regular Season Champions #22 Final Ranking Coach Jolene Hoover Texas A&M (16) 15-7, 15-13, 15-9 Eastern Kentucky 15-6, 15-2, 15-7 Cleveland State 15-0, 15-6, 15-8 Michigan State (22) 15-3 15-11, 15-7 Winthrop 15-2, 15-9, 15-5 Kentucky 15-2, 15-9, 15-10 Notre Dame 15-13, 15-3, 15-6 Illinois State 15-13, 15-3, 15-11 Furman 15-0, 15-4, 15-2 Wake Forest 10-15, 15-11, 6-15, 15-7, 15-11 Duke 15-12, 15-11, 15-9 Arkansas (21) 15-7, 15-4, 15-4 S. Carolina 4-15, 15-9, 15-8, 10-15, 15-11 Georgia Tech NC State Florida State North Carolina Maryland Virginia Georgia State N. Carolina(25) NC State Virginia Maryland

13-15, 15-6, 15-3, 19-17 16-14, 15-4, 15-8 15-2, 15-5, 15-7 15-6, 9-15, 10-15, 5-15 15-9, 15-8, 15-9 15-5, 15-6, 15-13 15-1, 15-4, 15-2 15-8, 14-16, 15-12, 13-15, 16-14 16-14, 15-4, 15-11 15-11, 15-10, 15-8 15-4, 15-13, 15-6

Georgia Tech Florida State Florida A&M Georgia Wake Forest Duke Florida State Virginia North Carolina (25) Indiana

15-3, 15-1, 17-15 11-15, 15-3, 15-8, 15-4 15-2, 15-7, 15-3 15-8, 15-4, 12-15, 15-6 15-7, 15-12, 15-13 15-5, 15-10, 15-13 15-4, 15-5, 15-8 15-13, 15-9, 15-8 3-15, 16-14, 5-15, 8-15 9-15, 15-11, 5-15, 12-15

N1 at Michigan State Tournament in E. Lansing, MI; H1 at Big Orange Bash at Clemson, SC; N2 at ACC Tournament at Orlando, FL; H2 at NCAA Tournament in Clemson, SC 2000 (13-18 Overall, 6-10 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover

September 1 N1 L Brigham Young (15) 2 N1 L Fairfield 3 A L Notre Dame

5-15, 7-15, 10-15 6-15, 13-15, 12-15 7-15, 8-15, 6-15

8 H1 W H1 L 9 9 H1 L A L 14 A W 15 16 N2 W 16 N2 L 19 H W 22 A W A L 23 H W 26 H W 29 30 H L October A L 3 7 A W A L 10 A L 15 20 H W H L 21 24 A W H L 27 31 H W November A L 3 4 A W 7 H L 10 H W H L 11 16 N3 L

Davidson Akron South Florida South Carolina Auburn Navy App. State Mercer NC State North Carolina Georgia Maryland Virginia

15-5, 15-6, 10-15, 15-7 15-10, 8-15, 13-15, 2-15 9-15, 15-9, 3-15, 5-15 5-15, 1-15, 5-15 15-9, 15-12, 10-15, 15-10 15-8, 15-7, 15-9 15-8, 12-15, 3-15, 10-15 15-6, 15-5, 15-4 16-18, 15-4, 15-13, 12-15, 15-10 3-15, 15-17, 8-15 15-6, 5-15, 15-2, 15-8 15-11, 15-6, 15-8 15-4, 7-15, 9-15, 13-15

Duke Wake Forest Georgia Tech Florida State Duke Wake Forest Furman Georgia Tech Charlotte

15-13, 13-15, 15-11, 9-15, 10-15 8-15, 16-14, 15-13, 7-15, 16-14 7-15, 5-15, 6-15 13-15, 6-15, 15-13, 8-15 15-11, 15-13, 12-15, 8-15, 15-13 9-15, 15-8, 9-15, 3-15 15-11, 15-8, 15-12 12-15, 10-15, 10-15 15-4, 8-15, 15-2, 13-15, 15-13

Virginia Maryland N. Carolina NC State Florida State Maryland

7-15, 14-16, 5-15 8-15, 15-8, 15-6, 15-9 15-13, 15-12, 6-15, 9-15, 13-15 13-15, 15-8, 11-15, 15-8, 15-12 4-15, 15-6, 6-15, 9-15 12-15, 6-15, 11-15

N1 at Shamrock Invitational in South Bend, IN; H1 at Big Orange Bash at Clemson, SC; N2 at Auburn Invitational in Auburn, AL; N3 at ACC Tournament in Winston-Salem, NC

August 31 A L September N1 W 1 2 N1 L 5 A W 7 H1 L 8 H1 W 8 H1 W H L 18 21 H L 23 H L 28 A L October 2 A L 7 A W 10 H L H W 12 13 H L A L 19 20 A L 23 H L 26 A L 30 H W November 2 H W 4 H L 6 H W 9 A L 10 A W 16 N2 L 23 H W

2001 (11-17 Overall, 4-12 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Colorado

31-29, 15-30, 17-30, 26-30

Oral Roberts 30-27, 26-30, 30-20, 30-24 Loyola Mary.(24) 33-31, 24-30, 30-25, 29-31, 12-15 Georgia 30-24, 30-21, 28-30, 32-30 Wright State 28-30, 20-30, 30-27, 26-30 UNC Wilmington 30-22, 31-29, 30-15 Appalachian State 30-25, 30-15, 30-28 W. Forest 30-28, 23-30, 22-30, 30-25, 12-15 Florida State 23-30, 32-30, 26-30, 23-30 Duke 25-30, 27-30, 24-30 Georgia Tech 15-30, 26-30, 16-30 N. Carolina NC State S. Carolina(19) Virginia Maryland Duke Wake Forest Georgia Tech Florida State Ga. State

31-29, 25-30, 27-30, 17-30 30-21, 30-24, 30-17 30-23, 31-33, 30-32, 16-30 30-24, 30-25, 30-21 27-30, 24-30, 21-30 20-30, 20-30, 30-27, 24-30 21-30, 27-30, 22-30 18-30, 30-28, 24-30, 27-30 28-30, 23-30, 14-30 26-30, 30-19, 30-18, 30-11

NC State North Carolina Furman Maryland Virginia N. Carolina Kentucky

30-15, 30-15, 30-16 27-30, 23-30, 29-31 28-30, 30-15, 30-15, 30-16 24-30, 18-30, 30-27, 21-30 30-27, 20-30, 30-25, 27-30, 15-8 30-23, 23-30, 25-30, 30-25, 11-15 30-17, 25-30, 25-30, 30-25, 15-10

N1 at Powerbar Invitational in Boulder, CO; H1 at Big Orange Bash at Clemson, SC; N2 at ACC Tournament in Tallahassee, FL

August 30 A L 31 N1 L 31 N1 L September 4 H W 6 H1 W 7 H1 W 7 H1 W

2002 (17-15 Overall, 8-8 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Pepperdine (8) Michigan S. Florida

25-30,17-30,22-30 27-30,26-30,25-30 19-30,30-26,30-21,22-30,18-20

Georgia East Carolina Jacksonville George Mason

29-31,30-22,30-22,21-30,15-8 30-12,30-21,30-19 30-21,30-19,30-23 30-27,30-23,30-26

10 A L A L 13 14 N2 L H W 18 20 H2 W 21 H2 W 21 H2 W 24 A W 28 A W A W 27 October H L 1 5 H W H W 6 H L 11 15 A L A L 20 H L 25 26 H W November 1 A W A L 2 5 A L A W 9 15 H L 16 H W 22 N3 L

S. Carolina (23) Texas Tech Arizona St. Wofford Virginia Tech Coastal Carolina TCU Furman Maryland Virginia

22-30,16-30,30-25,30-23,4-15 30-28,21-30,26-30,20-30 22-30,23-30,30-24,30-28,12-15 30-19,30-15,30-8 30-19,30-17,30-26 24-30,30-22,31-29,30-22 30-21,30-23,30-26 30-21,30-20,26-30,28-30,15-13 25-30,30-27,21-30,30-24,15-11 33-31,27-30,30-21,30-28

N.Carolina (11) Fla. State NC State Ga Tech (21) Wake Forest Duke Maryland Virginia

2-30,22-30,23-30,30-25,15-17 30-23,28-30,30-28,25-30,17-15 30-25,30-12,30-24 27-30,24-30,35-33,30-19,12-15 23-30,25-30,32-34 23-30,21-30,23-30 21-30,30-28,30-25,20-30,10-15 30-25,30-27,30-28

NC State 30-25,29-31,30-15,30-21 North Carolina (13) 27-30, 26-30, 25-30 Ga. Tech (24) 23-30,27-30,30-25,26-30 Florida State 24-30,30-28,30-28,30-26 Duke 23-30,30-23,24-30,30-27,14-16 Wake Forest 28-30,29-31,31-29,30-28,15-10 Fla. State 31-29,23-30,28-30,32-30,15-17

N1 at Howdy’s Pepperdine Classic in Malibu, CA; H1 at Big Orange Bash at Clemson, SC; N2 at Four Points Sheraton/Red Raider Classic at Lubbock, TX; H2 at Clemson Invitational at Clemson, SC; N3 at ACC Tournament at Atlanta, GA.

August 29 N1 L 30 A1 L 30 N1 L September H W 3 5 H1 L H1 W 5 6 H1 L 9 H W 12 A2 W 13 N2 W 13 N2 W A W 17 19 H2 W 20 H2 W 20 H2 W 23 A L 27 A W October 3 H W 4 H L 10 A L A L 11 14 H L 17 A L 21 H W 24 H W 25 H L 31 A W November 1 A L 4 H L 7 H W 9 H W 15 A L 21 N3 W 22 N3 L

2003 (18-16 Overall, 6-10 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Nebraska Illinois State Illinois

30-32, 10-30, 17-30 30-28, 25-30, 10-30, 23-30 17-30, 30-28, 24-30, 26-30

Furman 35-33, 33-31, 30-20 Col. of Charleston 24-30, 30-25, 30-27, 27-30, 11-15 Winthrop 26-30, 31-29, 30-21, 30-23 Texas Tech 21-30, 30-28, 28-30, 22-30 S. Carolina 33-31, 30-26, 22-30, 30-26 Coastal Carolina 30-20, 30-27, 30-25 Fla. Atlantic 30-28, 19-30, 30-26, 30-24 Wofford 30-27, 30-15, 30-19 Georgia 30-28, 30-24, 25-30, 30-26 East Tenn. St. 30-16, 30-14, 30-15 Charleston So. 30-17, 30-21, 30-25 IL-Chicago 27-30, 30-26, 30-21, 29-31, 15-5 N. Carolina 27-30, 30-27, 19-30, 28-30 N.C. State 30-18, 30-16, 30-21 Virginia Maryland Duke Wake Forest Georgia Tech Fla. State App. St. N.C. State N. Carolina Maryland

39-37, 30-27, 27-30, 30-17 20-30, 28-30, 30-21, 28-30 27-30, 27-30, 26-30 26-30, 30-25, 27-30, 30-24, 8-15 19-30, 28-30, 23-30 21-30, 30-22, 30-20, 27-30, 6-15 26-30, 30-22, 30-16, 30-24 30-25, 30-20, 30-18 30-22, 21-30, 23-30, 30-26, 9-15 30-18, 23-30, 35-33, 27-30, 15-13

Virginia Wake Forest Florida State Duke Georgia Tech Wake Forest Maryland

26-30, 30-21, 30-24, 24-30, 8-15 22-30, 30-24, 28-30, 18-30 25-30, 30-22, 30-21, 30-25 30-27, 30-27, 30-28 24-30, 30-27, 15-30, 26-30 33-35, 30-22, 30-22, 32-30 26-30, 29-31, 25-30

N1 at GMC Classic at Normal, IL; H1 at Big Orange Bash in Clemson, SC; N2 at Coastal Carolina Classic at Conway, SC; H2 at Clemson Invitational at Clemson, SC; N3 at ACC Tournament in Orlando, FL 2004 (20-14 Overall, 7-9 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover September 1 H W Western Carolina 30-18, 30-18, 30-13 3 H1 W Western Carolina 30-14, 30-20, 30-22 3 H1 W N. Iowa (21) 29-31, 30-26, 31-29, 30-27 4 H1 W The Citadel 30-16, 30-13, 30-20 4 H1 L Winthrop 30-32, 30-20, 27-30, 30-27, 11-15

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All-Time Results

7 A L 10 H2 W 10 H2 W 11 H2 W H L 14 17 A L H W 24 25 H L 28 H L October A L 1 A W 5 8 A W A W 9 H L 15 16 H W H W 19 A L 22 23 A W H W 26 29 H W H L 30 November 2 H W 5 H L 6 H L 12 A L 13 A W 18 N1 W 19 N1 W 20 N1 L

South Carolina 24-30, 22-30, 23-30 Coastal Carolina 30-22, 30-24, 30-23 C. Michigan 30-23, 26-30, 30-21, 30-22 Louisiana-Lafayette 30-27, 30-20, 30-13 Georgia 30-27, 30-32, 30-20, 24-30, 13-15 Florida (4) 34-36, 20-30, 14-30 N.C. State 30-22, 30-17, 30-24 N. Carolina 28-30, 30-28, 30-22, 14-30, 13-15 Ga. Tech 32-30, 23-30, 26-30, 27-30 Virginia Tech Furman Duke Wake Forest Maryland Virginia Wofford N. Carolina N.C. State Georgia Southern Miami Fla. State Ga. State Wake Forest Duke Virginia Maryland Va. Tech Georgia Tech North Carolina

21-30, 23-30, 25-30 30-25, 30-25, 30-28 30-28, 23-30, 30-28, 30-26 30-26, 28-30, 30-24, 30-22 23-30, 28-30, 30-23, 22-30 30-23, 30-20, 22-30, 30-26 30-21, 30-17, 30-21 19-30, 18-30, 30-28, 21-30 30-23, 30-23, 30-23 30-25, 31-29, 30-23 30-28, 30-17, 30-25 28-30, 32-30, 29-31, 25-30 30-25, 30-20, 28-30, 30-23 28-30, 24-30, 30-22, 20-30 25-30, 27-30, 30-27, 30-32 20-30, 31-33, 26-30 30-24, 30-25, 30-24 30-19, 36-34, 28-30, 28-30, 15-8 31-29, 27-30, 30-28, 30-25 19-30, 29-31, 23-30

H1 at Big Orange Bash in Clemson, SC; H2 at Clemson Invitational in Clemson, SC; N1 at ACC Tournament in Charlottesville, VA

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September 2 H1 W H1 W 3 3 H1 L 7 A L H W 13 16 N1 W 17 N1 W 17 A1 L 22 H W 23 H W A L 30 October A W 2 7 H L 8 H L 14 A W 15 A L 18 A L 21 H L 22 H L A L 27 28 A L November H L 4 5 H W 11 H L 12 H W 15 H L 18 A L 19 A W 23 A L 25 A L

2005 (12-18 Overall, 7-15 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Connecticut 22-30, 31-29, 30-26, 30-26 Western Carolina 30-18, 30-10, 30-22 Kentucky 18-30, 27-30, 25-30 Georgia 28-30, 29-31, 29-31 South Carolina 30-25, 30-20, 30-28 Alabama A&M 30-27, 30-14, 30-19 Furman 30-24, 30-26, 30-24 Auburn 24-30, 26-30, 19-30 W. Forest 30-24, 25-30, 27-30, 30-27, 15-8 Duke 28-30, 31-29, 30-26, 30-26 Miami 25-30, 32-30, 30-28, 25-30, 8-15 Fla. State 23-30, 32-30, 30-28, 20-30, 15-13 Boston College 22-30, 23-30, 30-26, 26-30 Maryland (25) 30-27, 25-30, 21-30, 25-30 NC State 30-24, 21-30, 30-22, 25-30, 15-13 North Carolina 17-30, 19-30, 25-30 Georgia Tech 20-30, 30-32, 32-34 Virginia 22-30, 30-27, 25-30, 30-22, 11-15 Virginia Tech 28-30, 23-30, 25-30 Duke 29-31, 30-28, 20-30, 20-30 Wake Forest 23-30, 22-30, 30-27, 8-30 Fla. State Miami North Carolina NC State Ga. Tech Maryland Boston Col. Virginia Tech Virginia

27-30, 30-17, 26-30, 22-30 30-26, 26-30, 32-30, 28-30, 18-16 22-30, 30-32, 25-30 30-22, 23-30, 30-28, 30-28 30-28, 23-30, 32-30, 22-30, 14-16 31-33, 15-30, 30-28, 32-34 22-30, 31-33, 30-26, 30-27, 15-7 30-24, 29-31, 27-30, 26-30 30-27, 30-27, 16-30, 28-30, 13-15

H1 - Big Orange Bash in Clemson, SC; N1 - Mizuno/Auburn Challenge in Auburn, AL

August 25 N1 W 26 N1 L 26 A1 L 31 H1 L September 1 H1 W 2 H1 W 2 H1 W

2006 (20-10 Overall, 15-7 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Bradley 30-24-30-28, 30-21 N. Iowa 38-36, 15-30, 21-30, 31-29, 13-15 Purdue (16) 25-30, 24-30, 30-22, 19-30 South Carolina 25-30, 30-22, 30-24, 25-30, 13-15 Western Carolina Tennessee State Charlote

30-21, 30-17, 30-7 30-16, 30-12, 30-22 30-20, 27-30, 30-13, 30-23

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Furman Duke Wake Forest Miami Florida State Boston College Maryland NC State North Carolina Georgia Tech Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Duke (25)

30-22, 25-30, 30-20, 30-17 21-30, 22-30, 25-30 23-30, 30-22, 30-21, 30-28 38-40, 30-24, 30-23, 30-20 32-30, 30-27, 32-30 30-20, 30-14, 30-19 32-30, 30-25, 30-22 30-16, 30-19, 30-24 30-27, 30-27, 37-35 30-23, 30-25, 30-27 30-26, 22-30, 26-30, 32-34 20-30, 26-30, 30-26, 27-30 30-21, 30-16, 30-21 28-30, 26-30, 30-28, 30-25, 9-15

Florida State 30-16, 30-21, 30-21 Miami 30-18, 23-30, 30-27, 30-28 N. Carolina 30-18, 30-26,24-30, 20-30, 15-17 NC State 30-21, 30-19, 30-24 Ga. Tech 30-28, 26-30, 30-24, 29-31, 6-15 Maryland 29-31, 30-28, 30-21, 28-30, 15-11 Boston College 23-30, 30-24, 20-30, 27-30 Va. Tech 30-16, 30-19, 28-30, 23-30, 15-11 Virginia 30-22, 30-25, 30-28

N1/A1-Mortar Board Purdue Premier at West Lafayette, IN; H1 - Big Orange Bash in Clemson, SC

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Florida A&M 30-17, 30-22, 30-20 Furman 31-33, 30-20, 22-30, 30-23, 12-15 Purdue 21-30, 30-26, 30-28, 28-30, 12-15 Kent State 31-29, 31-29, 30-22 Appalachian State 30-26, 30-18, 30-19 Georgia State 30-16, 30-20, 30-23 NC State 30-18, 30-14, 31-29 North Carolina 30-23, 30-19, 27-30, 32-30 Virginia Tech 30-24, 30-20, 30-26 Virginia 30-24, 30-27, 30-21 Miami 30-13, 30-28, 30-27 Florida State 30-23, 30-28, 30-27 Wake Forest 33-31, 26-30, 30-22, 30-24 Duke (13) 30-23, 30-26, 28-30, 19-30, 15-10 Georgia Tech 33-31, 30-25, 30-21 Boston College 30-24, 30-20, 30-23 Maryland 30-22, 30-21, 30-25 North Carolina 30-23, 30-24, 26-30, 30-21 NC State 30-11, 30-24, 30-18 Georgia Tech 22-30, 30-18, 30-20, 30-27 Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Duke (14) Miami Florida State Maryland Boston College Alabama

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2008 (23-10 Overall, 14-6 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover Syracuse Charleston Southern Florida International Marquette Northern Illinois

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Northern Iowa 23-25, 25-22, 22-25, 18-25 Winthrop 25-17, 25-17, 25-19 South Carolina 25-19, 14-25, 18-25, 25-22, 16-18 Col. of Charleston 25-19, 28-26, 25-18 Georgia Tech 22-25, 20-25, 25-22, 25-17, 13-15 Florida A&M 25-20, 25-20, 25-18 Florida A&M 25-14, 23-25, 25-13, 26-24 Virginia Tech 25-18, 23-25, 17-25, 23-25 Virginia 25-27, 24-26, 25-15, 25-18, 17-15 Miami Florida State Wake Forest Duke Boston College Maryland North Carolina NC State Virginia

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25-19, 19-25, 25-19, 23-25, 15-12 21-25, 24-26, 21-25

H1-Big Orange Bash in Clemson, SC; A1/N1-UNI Invitational at Cedar Falls, IA; A2/N2 - Carolina Classic in Columbia, SC; H2-Clemson Classic in Clemson, SC; H3-NCAA First/Second Rounds in Clemson, SC

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2009 (23-10 Overall, 13-7 ACC) Coach Jolene Hoover South Carolina 20-25, 25-23, 22-25, 25-21, 9-15 Winthrop 25-17, 25-14, 25-15 Col. of Charleston 24-26, 25-19, 25-17, 25-20 Loyola - Chicago 25-15, 25-17, 25-20 Western Illinois 25-17, 25-16, 25-17 DePaul 25-9, 25-18, 25-13 Georgia Tech 21-25, 25-23, 16-25, 25-15, 8-15 Mississippi 22-25, 28-26, 25-12, 25-19 Southeast Missouri 25-16, 25-12, 25-17 Presbyterian 25-13, 25-14, 25-16 Michigan St. (17) 23-25, 25-22, 23-25, 25-22, 12-15 Furman 23-25, 24-26, 25-18, 25-14, 16-14 North Carolina 23-25, 16-25, 16-25 NC State 25-10, 25-19, 25-16 Miami 23-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-22, 15-13 Florida State (17) 24-26, 20-25, 25-23, 25-20, 7-15 Boston College 25-21, 25-21, 25-19 Maryland 25-17, 25-20, 25-17 Virginia 25-12, 25-20, 25-12 Virginia Tech 25-20, 29-27, 24-26, 21-25, 13-15 Charlotte 25-22, 25-17, 25-22 Duke 25-17, 16-25, 25-23, 20-25, 11-15 Wake Forest 25-10, 25-22, 25-23 NC State 25-19, 25-13, 25-17 North Carolina 13-25, 25-23, 19-25, 25-20, 15-11 Maryland 25-18, 25-14, 25-15 Boston College 25-19, 25-14, 26-28, 25-10 Florida State (15) 25-21, 19-25, 19-25, 19-25 Miami 25-20, 25-22, 25-23 Virginia Tech 25-16, 20-25, 25-18, 27-25 Virginia 22-25, 25-18, 25-23, 25-15 Georgia Tech 23-25, 25-17, 22-25, 25-13, 7-15 Oregon (17)

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H1-Big Orange Bash in Clemson, SC; A1/N1-DePaul Challenge, Chicago, IL; A2/N2 - Georgia Tech Courtyard Classic, Atlanta, GA; H2-Clemson Classic, Clemson, SC; N3-NCAA First/Second Rounds in Lexington, KY


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May 31, 1977 Clemson athletic officials announced the university would field women’s volleyball for the first time in the fall of 1977. Grace Lyles was named the Lady Tigers’ first coach. September 28, 1977 Clemson played its first volleyball match and was victorious over USC-Spartanburg, 15-9, 13-15, 16-14. September 28-29, 1977 Clemson won the Mars Hill Invitational – the school’s first tournament championship. November 10, 1979 Clemson won its 43rd match of the year with a win over South Carolina. The 43 wins set the school’s record for most victories for a single season. October 31 – November 1, 1980 Clemson participated in the first ACC Volleyball Tournament. The Lady Tigers finished third in the inaugural affair. November 1, 1980 Judy Sackfield and Lisa Harbison were Clemson’s first All-ACC players. January 21, 1986 Denise Murphy was named to the GTE/ CoSIDA Academic All-American second team.

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December, 1986 Denise Murphy was named to the NCAA Southeast All-Region team, Clemson’s first all-district player. January 26, 1987 Denise Murphy was named to the GTE/ CoSIDA Academic All-American second team. Chris Sherman was named to the third team. This was the first time in Clemson history that a team had two academic All-Americans in the same year. November 20-22, 1987 Clemson played host to the eighth annual ACC Volleyball Tournament. January, 1988 Chris Sherman was named to the GTE/ CoSIDA Academic All-American second team, becoming Clemson’s first two-time Academic All-American. September 15-16, 1989 Clemson won the Big Orange Classic. This was the first regular-season tournament Clemson had ever played host to on campus. November, 1989 The Tigers finished the season with a 30-7 overall record and a .811 winning percentage, the best in Lady Tiger history. September 25, 1992 With a five-game victory over Auburn, the Lady Tigers set a school record for the best undefeated start in Clemson volleyball history at 15-0. It was also the longest winning streak in Clemson history. December 2, 1992 Jolene Jordan Hoover was named head

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coach of the Tigers. September 27, 1993 For the first time in the history of the Clemson volleyball program, the team received a regional ranking in the NCAA polls. The Tigers made their debut at the 13th position in the South.

December 6, 1997 Central Florida won over Clemson, 15-7, 15-13, 15-1, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Madison, WI. November 23, 1998 Jodi Steffes was named the 1998 ACC Rookie of the Year.

November 6, 1993 Clemson’s win over 23rd-ranked Florida State was the Tigers’ first-ever victory over a nationally-ranked team.

December 4, 1998 Clemson defeated Fairfield, 15-9, 15-9, 15-5, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at University Park, PA.

November 18, 1993 Julie Rodriguez was named ACC Rookie of the Year.

December 5, 1998 Penn State defeated Clemson in University Park, PA, 15-2, 15-11, 15-5, in NCAA Tournament second-round= action.

December 1, 1993 Clemson played in its first-ever NCAA tournament match versus Houston. This match was played in Clemson, SC. November 5, 1994 Clemson upset 17th-ranked Duke in three games at home for the 400th victory in the history of the program. It marked the second season in a row that the Tigers defeated a nationally-ranked team and the first time Clemson had beaten Duke since 1981. November 17, 1994 Jolene Jordan Hoover became the first Clemson volleyball coach to be named ACC Coach of the Year. Robin Kibben was named to the All-ACC first team for the third straight year. November 20, 1994 The Tigers competed in the championship match of the ACC Tournament, held in Chapel Hill, NC, for the first time in school history. Duke defeated the Tigers in three games, 15-6, 15-9, 15-7. Robin Kibben and Heather Kahl were named to the ACC all-tournament team. November 30, 1994 Clemson played host to its second straight NCAA first-round tournament and posted its first win ever in an NCAA tournament. The Tigers defeated Stephen F. Austin in five games for the win. December 3, 1994 For the first time in the history of the program, the Tigers participated in the second round of the NCAA Volleyball Tournament, playing Houston at Houston, TX. The Tigers fell to the Cougars, 15-1, 15-13, 15-12. November 15, 1995 Stephanie Schulz was named ACC Rookie of the Year. November 21-23, 1997 The Tigers won the Atlantic Coast Conference title for the first time in the program’s history. Clemson defeated Duke, 15-11, 16-14, 14-10, in the first round and upset 15th-ranked Maryland in the semifinals, 7-15, 15-10, 15-8, 15-10, at the ACC Tournament in Raleigh, NC. In the championship match, Clemson defeated Georgia Tech, 8-15, 15-3, 15-9, 15-13, for its first ACC title in school history. Michelle Thieke was named the ACC Tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

September 3, 1999 – October 9, 1999 Clemson won 16 straight matches to begin the 1999 season, the longest winning streak to date in history. The Tigers defeated Texas A&M on Sept. 3 and won their next 15 matches before falling to North Carolina on Oct. 9. September 7, 1999 The Clemson volleyball program recorded its 500th victory with a 15-2, 15-9, 15-5 victory over Winthrop at home. November 13, 1999 Clemson clinched its first ACC regular season title, going 15-1 in conference matches. November 15, 1999 The Tigers achieved their highest national ranking in program history when they were listed 13th in the AVCA poll. November 18, 1999 Cindy Stern was selected as the ACC Player of the Year, Clemson’s first in history. Jessi Betcher also earned ACC Rookie of the Year honors. December 2, 1999 The Tigers played host to the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Clemson fell to Indiana in four games, 9-15, 15-11, 5-15, 12-15. December 9, 1999 Jolene Jordan Hoover was named the District III Coach of the Year. December 16, 1999 Cindy Stern was selected to the second team All-America, the first All-American in ACC history. December, 1999 The Tigers concluded, arguably, the best season in program history, posting a 31-3 overall record that included four wins over ranked opponents and set the school record with a .912 winning percentage. The team put together 16- and 15-match winning streaks during the year and also claimed Clemson’s lone ACC regular season title with a 15-1 record in league matches. The Tigers also earned their only final top-25 ranking in history, finishing 22nd in the AVCA poll. August 1, 2002 The ACC announced it’s 50th Anniversary Volleyball Team, with seven Clemson players making the list - Alison Coday, Heather Kahl, Robin Kibben, Julie Rodriguez, Jodi Steffes, Cindy Stern and Michelle Thieke.


Tiger Timeline January 22, 2003 Cindy Stern was named one of 50 ACC 50th Anniversary Top Female Athletes. September 24, 2004 Tiger volleyball head coach Jolene Jordan Hoover recorded her 100th ACC victory when Clemson defeated NC State, 30-22, 30-17, 30-24. November 18-20, 2004 Clemson reached the semifinals of the ACC Tournament in thrilling fashion, as the Tigers entered the event as the ninth seed among the 11 teams. Clemson edged Virginia Tech in five sets in the first round, 30-19, 36-34, 28-30, 28-30, 15-8. The Tigers then upset #1-seed Georgia Tech, who had gone 16-0 in the ACC regular season, in the second round, 3129, 27-30, 30-28, 30-25, before falling to North Carolina in the semifinals, 19-30, 29-31, 23-30. December 15, 2004 Leslie Finn became Clemson’s second volleyball All-American, earning an honorable mention selection. September 15, 2005 Cindy Stern was inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame.

November 29, 2005 Jeannette Abbott became the fifth Tiger volleyball player to be named the ACC Rookie of the Year. December 13, 2006 Jeannette Abbott and Danielle Hepburn were named Honorable Mention AllAmericans by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. With the honor, the then-sophomores became just the third and fourth players in Tiger history to earn the accolade and gave Clemson multiple honorees for the first time ever. February 2, 2007 Danielle Hepburn was named to the CVU. com Stellar Spikers First Team. September 14, 2007 - October 30, 2007 The Tigers won a school-record 17 matches in a row, including a program-best 14 consecutive conference contests. The streak began with a 3-0 sweep of Kent State in the Clemson Classic and lasted until a 3-0 loss at Virginia on Nov. 2. The Tigers navigated through the first half of the ACC season with an undefeated record.

October 13, 2007 Clemson upset 13th-ranked Duke in a five-game battle in Durham, NC. It was the highest-ranked opponent that the Tigers had defeated in history. The victory was also Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover’s 300th at the helm of the Tiger program.

November 30, 2007 - December 1, 2007 The Tigers earned a bid to the 2007 NCAA Championships and played host to the first and second rounds. Clemson defeated Alabama by a 3-1 margin in its opening match before falling to the eighth-seeded UCLA, 3-1, in the second round.

December 17, 2008 Danielle Hepburn was named to the AVCA All-America Third Team.

November 3, 2007 Clemson Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover recorded her 400th career coaching victory as the Tigers defeated Virginia Tech, 3-1, in Blacksburg, VA.

December 3, 2007 Clemson was ranked 22nd in the final CSTV/AVCA Volleyball poll. It was just the second time in program history that the team was listed in the final rankings.

February 5, 2009 Danielle Hepburn was named to the CVU. com Stellar Spikers First Team.

November 16, 2007 The Tigers clinched their first ACC Championship since 1999 with a 3-0 win over Florida State. Clemson finished the conference season with a 21-1 record to claim the title.

December 12, 2007 Four Tiger players were named Honorable Mention AVCA All-Americans. Danielle Hepburn (left) became the first player in school history to earn the accolade for multiple seasons, while Didem Ege, Kelsey Murphy and Meghan Steiner were also honored.

November 27, 2007 Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover was voted as the ACC Coach-of-the-Year for the second time in her career, and a school-record six Tigers were named to the all-conference team. Dide Ege, Danielle Hepburn and Kelsey Murphy were first-team selections, while Jeannette Abbott, Leslie Mansfield and Meghan Steiner earned second-team honors.

December 2, 2008 Danielle Hepburn was named the ACC Player-of-the-Year, just the second Clemson player to earn the accolade. Kelsey Murphy (1st) and Lia Proctor (2nd) were also named to all-conference teams. December 5-6, 2008 Clemson played host to NCAA Tournament first and second round action for the second straight year. The Tigers won a five-set thriller over Tennessee to advance to the second round in back-to-back seasons for the first time in program history. Clemson then fell to 12th-seeded Utah.

January 16, 2009 Danielle Hepburn was one of four players nationally recognized as CVU.com Honorable Mention Blocker-of-the-Year.

October 2, 2009 Clemson becomes the seond school in ACC history to reach 700 wins with a victory against the Miami Hurricanes in Coral Gables, FL. December 3, 2009 Kelsey Murphy, Lia Proctor, Didem Ege and Sandra Adeleye were named All-ACC. Adeleye also joined teammate Alexa Rand in being named to the ACC All-Freshman team. December 4, 2009 The Tigers play in their third consecutive NCAA tournament, this time at the Universtiy of Kentucky. Clemson lost its’ first-round matchup to the #17 Oregon Ducks, 0-3. December 9, 2009 Four Tigers were named to the AVCA AllRegion team for the East Region. Freshman Sandra Adeleye was named the East Region Freshman of the Year and joined Kelsey Murphy, Lia Proctor and Didem Ege with All-Region honors.

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The Clemson Tiger volleyball team headed into the 1997 ACC Tournamen seeded fourth in the ACC conference standings. In the 17 years of the ACC Tournament, never had a fourth seeded team won the championship title. This year, things would change. The Tigers were slated to face Duke in the first round of the tournament. The Blue Devils were seeded fifth and in the two prior match-ups between the Tigers and Blue Devils, Clemson came out on top in both matches 3-2, and 3-1. The Tigers seemed to have the Blue Devils’ number beating them once again, this time in consecutive games, 15-11, 16-14, and 15-10. Sophomore Alison Coday led the Tigers with 17 kills, five blocks and a .394 hitting percentage. The Tigers had survived the first round and headed into Saturday’s match scheduled to face the top-seeded and 16th ranked Maryland Terrapins. The Tigers, along with the other eight schools in the conference were unable to beat the Terrapins over the last two years. Maryland had a streak of 35 consecutive wins over ACC opponents including three straight in the 1996 ACC Tournament, and in the last two years the Tigers had been beaten all four times they faced the Terrapins. The Tigers not only downed the Terrapins in the second round of the Tournament and snapped their streak, but they also gave Maryland its first loss of the 1997 season. The Tigers sent the top seeded and 15th-ranked Maryland Terrapins home with a new record of 25-1. There was also another milestone in the victory for the Tigers because this was the highest ranked opponent Clemson had beaten in its history. Pacing the Clemson attack were senior Michelle Thieke who tallied 75 assists, 17 digs, and 4 blocks, along with sophomore Cindy Stern who knocked down a triple-double (22 kills, 11 digs, 10 blocks). Clemson had now gained a spot in the finals and was matched against the third-seeded Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. This also happened to be the first time in ACC Tournament history that a first or second seeded team was not playing for the championship. The Tigers had split during the regular season with the Yellow Jackets, each winning their respective home matches, 3-1. The championship match was also a four-game match with the Tigers winning the latter three games marking the first time Clemson had ever won the ACC Title. Pacing the Tigers in its championship game was Cindy Stern who grabbed 14 kills, four blocks and a .458 hitting percentage. Three Clemson players were honored with selections to the ACC All-Tournament team. Michelle Thieke was the MVP and posted incredible tournament statistics including a combined 169 assists over the three matches. Cindy Stern (47 kills, 20 blocks, 26 digs) and Skye Frost (33 kills, 53 digs, 6 service aces) were also named to the All-Tournament team.

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1999 ACC Champions Clemson’s 1999 volleyball team is responsible for the lone ACC regular season title in the program’s history. That team also established a Clemson record with a .912 winning percentage, as the Tigers went 31-3 over the course of the season. The season began on a high note, as Clemson disposed of #16 Texas A&M 3-0 en route to winning a tournament in East Lansing, MI. In their final match of the two-day event, the Tigers downed host school and 22nd-ranked Michigan State 3-0. Clemson would keep that momentum for the entire month of September, going 13-0 during that time. Included in the victory total was yet another top 25 upset, this time of SEC foe Arkansas at home. The Tigers were pushed during that stretch, but Clemson persevered through five-game matches with Wake Forest and South Carolina. It wasn’t until October 9 that the 1999 squad would taste defeat. North Carolina came into Jervey Gym and walked out with a 3-1 win, ending the Tigers’ 16-match winning streak to start the season. Jolene Jordan Hoover and the Tigers quickly put together an equally impressive streak. Five consecutive road wins in conference play helped Clemson to a 15-match winning streak that lasted until the finals of the ACC Tournament. Clemson avenged its earlier loss to the Tar Heels by claiming a dramatic, five-game victory over a top 25 North Carolina squad in Chapel Hill. When the regular season had concluded, Clemson was 15-1 and had its first ACC volleyball championship. The Tigers finished the season a perfect 12-0 on the road, easily the best mark in school history. Clemson advanced to the finals of the ACC Tournament, but fell for a second time to the Tar Heels of North Carolina. In many ways it was the finest season in school history, as the Tigers set multiple records along the way. The 16-match winning streak remains the longest in school history, as does the 12-match road winning streak. The Tigers also put together a streak of 12 ACC wins in a row, still a school record. The 15 conference wins is four more than the second-best total in school history. Clemson defeated four top-25 teams in 1999, still a school record. The team also earned a place in the final AVCA top-25 poll at #22. As a team, Clemson recorded its best ever hitting percentage at .275. That is 14 points higher than the next best total, which was a .261 hitting percentage by the 1995 squad. The 1999 team also set records for kills per game (16.91) and assists per game (15.54), which still stand today. Cindy Stern, a middle blocker for the Tigers during that season, made history by becoming the first All-American ever for the program. She put together one of the top all-around seasons in school history with 531 kills, 127 total blocks, and 254 digs. Three other Tigers placed on the All-ACC teams, with Alison Coday earning first-team honors and Jodi Steffes and Jessi Betcher named to the second team.

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The 2007 Clemson volleyball team secured its place in school history as one of the best all-time, winning an ACC Championship, earning a trip to the NCAA Tournament and setting numerous records along the way. Individually, the Tigers and Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover amassed a healthy collection of post-season honors, including an unprecedented four AVCA Honorable Mention All-America selections. A school-record six student-athletes were named all-conference while Hoover earned her second ACC Coach-of-the-Year honor after leading Clemson to a 21-1 league record and the conference title. Junior Danielle Hepburn and sophomores Didem Ege and Kelsey Murphy were first team selections after posting some of the top single-season marks in Tiger volleyball history. Meghan Steiner joined the trio on the AVCA East Region First Team, which resulted in all four being named Honorable Mention All-Americans. The team made its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1999, playing host to the event and advancing to the second round with a win over Alabama. The Tigers fell to eighth-seeded UCLA, 3-1, to end their historic season. Clemson was ranked 22nd in the final AVCA poll, marking just the second time in history that the team has finished among the top-25. Steiner, along with Leslie Mansfield and Sue Eckman, collected scholastic honors as well. All three were named to the 2007 ACC All-Academic Volleyball Team, the second career selection for each, while Steiner and Mansfield earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors. Mansfield made her mark on the Clemson record books as one of the best all-around players of all-time. She concluded her career as one of just four players to accumulate at least 500 kills, 1,000 digs and 200 blocks. Meanwhile, the team set a program record for ACC wins while establishing new standards for overall and conference winning streaks. The Tigers won 21 league matches, including 14 straight to open the season. The 14 consecutive victories were a single-season record, and when paired with two wins from the 2006 season, set the record for a conference-winning streak. Prior to the ACC schedule, Clemson won a trio of contests in the Clemson Invitational for 17 straight wins, bettering the 1999 team’s mark of 16. With their 29-4 overall record, the Tigers’ .879 winning percentage ranks second in volleyball history and is the highest figure achieved by a Clemson women’s sports program this century.

2007 ACC Champions


Tiger Volleyball Stars

Jeannette Abbott 2005-08 Outside Hitter • ACC Rookie-of-the-Year (2002) • First-Team All-ACC (2006, 2007) • AVCA All-Region (2006) • AVCA Honorable Mention AllRegion (2007) • AVCA Honorable Mention AllAmerica (2006) • School leader in total attempts • Ranked third in career kills • Four-year starter • Member of 20-20 club

Wendy Anderson 1985-89 Middle Blocker • Two-time All-ACC selection (1987, 1989) • Eight-time all-tournament selection • 211 career block solos • Top 10 in school history in total blocks and kills

Lori Ashton 2001-04 Middle Blocker • Two-time AVCA All-District selection (2002, 2003) • Two-time All-ACC honoree (2002, 2004) • All-ACC Tournament (2003) • ACC All-Freshman selection (2001) • Top 10 in school history in career attempts, kills and blocks

Jessi Betcher 1999-2002 Setter • ACC Rookie-of-the-Year (1999) • Two-time AVCA All-District (1999, 2002) • Two-time All-ACC (1999, 2002) • School record-holder for career assists • Top 10 in school history in career digs and aces

Alison Coday 1996-99 Outside Hitter • Three-time AVCA All-District (1997, 1998, 1999) • Two-time All-ACC (1998, 1999) • All-ACC Tournament (1998) • ACC Post-graduate scholarship recipient (1999) • Top 10 in school history in career attempts and kills • ACC 50th Anniversary Team (2002)

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Didem Ege 2006-2009 LIbero

Leslie Finn 2001-04 Outside Hitter

• 2009 ACC Defensive Player of the Year • Two-time AVCA Honorable Mention All-America (2008, 2009) • Two-time AVCA All-East Region (2008, 2009) • Two-time All-ACC (2008, 2009) • ACC’s All-time career leader in digs (2,303) and digs/ set (4.88) • Finished 13th in NCAA history in career digs

• AVCA Honorable Mention AllAmerica (2004) • Two-time AVCA All-District (2003, 2004) • Two-time All-ACC (2003, 2004) • School leader for kills in a single season and over a career • Ranked eighth nationally for kills per game (5.61 in 2004)

Lisa Harbison 1979-83 Outside Hitter • Three-time All-ACC (1980, 1981, 1982) • Team Most Valuable Player (1981) • Team captain (1982)

Heather Kahl 1991-94 Setter

Robin Kibben 1991-94 Middle Blocker

• AVCA All-Region (1994) • Second Team All-ACC (1994) • All-ACC Tournament (1994) • Ranked fourth in school history for career assists • Ranked in the top 10 for career defensive saves and assists per game • Current Head Volleyball Coach at Wake Forest

• Two-time AVCA All-Region (1993, 1994) • Three-time First Team AllACC (1992, 1993, 1994) • All-ACC Tournament team (1994) • Ranked second in school history for career kills • Ranked in the top 10 all-time for career attempts, blocks, aces and digs • ACC 50th Anniversary Team (2002)

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Tiger Volleyball Stars

Current All-Americans

Denise Murphy 1983-86 Outside Hitter

Kelsey Murphy 2006-2009 Setter

Lia Proctor 2006-2009 Outside Hitter

• Two-time All-ACC (1985, 1986) • To-time Academic All-America (1985, 1986) • ACC post-graduate scholarship recipient (1986) • Ranked in the top 10 for career attempts, kills, aces and digs • Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee (1999)

• Three-time All-ACC (2007, 2008, 2009) • Three-time All-East Region (2007, 2008, 2009) • Three-time AVCA Honorable Mention All-America (2007, 2008, 2009) • Finished 2nd in school history in set assists (5,185) • Finished 8th in school history in blocks (436) and digs (1,220) • Led Clemson to best hitting percentage in two of her last three seasons.

• Two-time All-ACC (2008, 2009) • Two-time All-All East Region (2008, 2009) • Two-time AVCA Honorable Mention All-America (2008, 2009) • Finished 5th in school history in attacks (4,132) and 9th in school history in kills (1,441) • Finished career with 832 digs and 206 blocks.

Stephanie Schulz 1995-98 Middle Blocker

Ashley Self 1993-96 Outside Hitter

• ACC Rookie-of-the-Year (1995) • ACC leader in blocks per game (1.29 in 1998) • Ranked in the top 10 in school history for career hitting percentage, block solos and block assists

• AVCA All-District (1995) • Second Team All-ACC (1995) • Ranked ninth in school history for career block solos

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Danielle Hepburn 2005-08 Middle Blocker • • • • • • • • •

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ACC Player of the Year (2008) Third-Team AVCA All-America (2008) CVU.com Stellar Spiker First Team (2006, 2008) CVU.com Honorable Mention Blocker-of-theYear (2008) Ranked 2nd in the nation in blocks per set (1.50 in 2008) Three-time AVCA All-Region (2006, 2007, 2008) Two-time AVCA Honorable Mention All-American (2006, 2007) Invited to US Women’s National Team open tryout Holds school career records for hitting percentage, blocks per set, total blocks and block assists

Julie Rodriguez 1993-96 Outside Hitter • Three-time All-ACC (1994, 1995, 1996) • ACC Rookie-of-the-Year (1993) • Ranked in the top 10 for career attempts, kills, kills per game, digs and digs per game • ACC 50th Anniversary Team (2002)


Tiger Volleyball Stars

Jodi Steffes 1998-2001 Right Side

Meghan Steiner 2004-07 Middle Blocker

Michelle Thieke 1994-97 Setter

• Four-time AVCA All-District (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001) • Three-time All-ACC (1999, 2000, 2001) • ACC Rookie-of-the-Year (1998) • Top 10 for career attempts, kills, blocks, aces and digs • ACC 50th-Anniversary Team (2002) • Member of the All-Around Club • Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee (2009)

• AVCA Honorable Mention AllAmerica (2007) • AVCA All-Region (2007) • Second Team All-ACC (2007) • ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Third-Team (2007) • ACC post-graduate scholarship recipient • Two-time ACC All-Academic Volleyball Team • NSCA Strength & Conditioning All-American (2007) • Top 10 for career hitting percentage, block assists and blocks per game

• AVCA All-District (1995) • Second Team All-ACC (1995) • ACC Tournament MVP (1997) • Ranked second all-time for career assists and third for assists per game • ACC 50th Anniversary Team (2002) • Current Head Volleyball Coach at Furman University

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Cindy Stern 1996-99 Middle Blocker Jenny Yukanin 1987-90 Setter • Second Team All-ACC (1988) • Ranked in the top six in school history for career assists and hitting percentage

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ACC Player of the Year (1999) AVCA All-America Second Team (1999) - first All-American in Clemson and ACC history Two-time AVCA All-District (1997, 1999) Three-time All-ACC (1997, 1998, 1999) ACC All-Freshman Team (1996) Ranked in the top 10 in school history for career block assists, attempts, kills, hitting percentage and total blocks Ranked eighth nationally for blocks per game (1.58 in 1997) ACC 50th Anniversary Team (2002) ACC Top 50 Female Athletes (2002) Drafted by the United States Professional Volleyball league (2000) Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee (2005)

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Yearly Leaders

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1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008

Kills Carol Hitrik Carol Hitrik Deanne Browning Denise Murphy Denise Murphy Amy Vaughan Amy Vaughan Heidi Kahl Heidi Kahl Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Julie Rodriguez Julie Rodriguez Alison Coday Alison Coday Cindy Stern Jodi Steffes Jodi Steffes Lori Ashton Leslie Finn Leslie Finn Brittany Ross Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Lia Proctor

1 982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Total Attempts Judy Sackfield Carol Hitrik Denise Murphy Denise Murphy Denise Murphy Amy Vaughan Amy Vaughan Heidi Kahl Heidi Kahl Jill Hensley Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Julie Rodriguez Julie Rodriguez Julie Rodriguez Alison Coday Alison Coday Alison Coday Jodi Steffes Jodi Steffes Ryane Beasley Leslie Finn Leslie Finn Jeannette Abbott

236 465 272 414 418 375 524 292 314 292 402 602 508 499 399 545 475 531 465 385 497 568 684 525 497 440 472 472 612 1059 604 1192 1269 830 1204 736 914 685 859 1270 1205 1265 1105 1352 1181 1251 1140 946 1190 1478 1739 1512

2006 2007 2008 2009

Jeannette Abbott Jeannette Abbott Jeannette Abbott Lia Proctor

1405 1308 1200 1390

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

Hitting Percentage (Min. 3 total attempts per game) Carol Hitrik Deanne Browning Deanne Browning Denise Murphy Joy Fleming Wendy Anderson Jenny Yurkanin Wendy Anderson Julie Marx Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Stephanie Schulz Julie Rodriguez Stephanie Schulz Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Jodi Steffes Jodi Steffes Lori Ashton Lori Ashton Lori Ashton Brittany Ross Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Alexa Rand

.217 .347 .295 .202 .255 .289 .291 .256 .288 .289 .320 .354 .324 .306 .244 .312 .318 .357 .310 .296 .383 .295 .363 .248 .365 .395 .391 .391

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Service Aces Carol Hitrik Tris Miketa Cindy Tucci Joy Fleming Cindy Tucci Joy Fleming Jennifer Feeley Annie Castro K. Kamarauskas Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Megan McEnery Heather Kahl Heather Kahl Ashley Self Stephanie Schulz Alison Coday Skye Frost

56 67 43 63 85 38 57 51 52 63 38 46 46 44 38 50 43 54

SKYE FROST had the most defensive saves on the Clemson team in 1997 and 1998.

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1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Carly Hill Carly Hill Leslie Mansfield Courtney Lawrence Leslie Mansfield Sue Eckman Didem Ege Kelsey Murphy Cansu Ozdemir

44 30 43 44 40 44 31 35 36 27 27 33

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

Block Solos Judy Sackfield Carol Hitrik Deanne Browing Joy Fleming Wendy Anderson Joy Fleming Wendy Anderson Karen Kamarauskas Wendy Anderson Karen Kamarauskas Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Ashley Self Julie Rodriguez Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Cindy Stern Cindy Stern Jackie Dalleska Lori Ashton Marija Zoric Lori Ashton Lori Ashton Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Alexa Rand

115 90 24 88 89 89 49 36 32 27 44 32 32 38 30 20 20 59 43 43 17 24 30 50 30 23 35 27 39 24

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

Block Assists Carol Hitrik Ellen Perry Deanne Browning Joy Fleming Joy Fleming Wendy Anderson Tammy Quaresima Wendy Anderson Julie Marx K. Kamarauskas Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Ashley Self Ashley Self Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Jodi Steffes Lori Ashton Marija Zoric Ryane Beasley Lori Ashton Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Alexa Rand

48 44 53 95 108 109 100 121 65 65 104 93 110 72 86 105 147 142 84 74 82 117 123 110 120 158 139 143 133

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Set Assists Cyndi Graf Tris Miketa Cindy Tucci Lynn Lugering Lynn Lugering

575 1081 377 582 766

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Cindy Tucci Jenny Yurkanin Jenny Yurkanin Jenny Yurkanin Ann Marie Wessel Heather Kahl Heather Kahl Heather Kahl Michelle Thieke Michelle Thieke Michelle Thieke Melissa Kudelka Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Stephanie Haskell Courtney Lawrence Courtney Lawrence Kelsey Murphy Kelsey Murphy Kelsey Murphy Kelsey Murphy

641 1208 920 985 906 749 1420 1520 1425 1303 1561 1469 1431 1298 1027 1551 1340 869 997 1116 1432 1311 1326

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

Defensive Saves Cyndi Graf Ellen Perry Deanne Browning Denise Murphy Denise Murphy Chris Sherman Jenny Yurkanin Tashia Greene Heidi Kahl Annie Castro Heidi Kahl Julie Rodriguez Heather Kahl Megan McEnery Julie Rodriguez Skye Frost Skye Frost Jodi Steffes Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Lindsey Abbott Anna Vallinch Anna Vallinch Didem Ege Didem Ege Didem Ege Didem Ege

40 183 207 434 583 321 405 318 261 335 263 378 405 406 435 400 436 334 350 284 397 521 620 541 544 615 537 607

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Kills Per Set Denise Murphy Denise Murphy Amy Vaughan Amy Vaughan Tashia Greene Heidi Kahl Jill Hensley Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Julie Rodriguez Julie Rodriguez Alison Coday Alison Coday Cindy Stern Jodi Steffes Jodi Steffes Lori Ashton Leslie Finn Leslie Finn Brittany Ross Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Lia Proctor

3.21 3.37 3.02 3.47 2.71 2.75 2.86 3.69 5.02 4.70 4.16 3.69 4.16 4.13 4.66 4.31 3.63 3.88 4.40 5.61 4.45 4.40 3.86 3.90 3.78


Yearly Leaders 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Service Aces Per Set Joy Fleming Cindy Tucci Cindy Tucci Jennifer Feeley Karen Kamarauskas Karen Kamarauskas Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Megan McEnery Robin Kibben Ashley Self Stephanie Schulz Alison Coday Skye Frost Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Carly Hill Carly Hill Leslie Mansfield Courtney Lawrence Leslie Mansfield Sue Eckman Didem Ege Kelsey Murphy Cansu Ozdemir

0.51 0.71 0.38 0.41 0.46 0.44 0.53 0.35 0.40 0.36 0.32 0.45 0.33 0.45 0.39 0.27 0.41 0.40 0.35 0.46 0.34 0.31 0.32 0.22 0.22 0.29

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Blocks Per Set Joy Fleming Joy Fleming Wendy Anderson Karen Kamarauskas Wendy Anderson K. Kamarauskas Robin Kibben Robin Kibben

1.49 1.56 1.41 1.08 1.21 0.77 1.25 1.15

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Ashley Self Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Marija Zoric Lori Ashton Marija Zoric Ryane Beasley Lori Ashton Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Alexa Rand

1.18 0.83 0.92 1.13 1.58 1.39 1.11 0.93 1.03 1.20 1.18 1.14 1.23 1.71 1.46 1.50 1.28

Assists Per Set Lynn Lugering Lynn Lugering Cindy Tucci Jenny Yurkanin Jenny Yurkanin Jenny Yurkanin Ann Marie Wessel Heather Kahl Heather Kahl Heather Kahl Michelle Thieke Michelle Thieke Michelle Thieke Melissa Kudelka Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher Jessi Betcher

7.76 6.03 7.20 8.10 9.11 8.95 9.74 8.61 11.93 12.67 11.78 11.53 12.39 12.14 14.17 11.80 9.69 12.12

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Stephanie Haskell Courtney Lawrence Courtney Lawrence Kelsey Murphy Kelsey Murphy Kelsey Murphy Kelsey Murphy

11.26 7.26 10.96 10.94 12.56 10.83 10.61

Defensive Saves Per Set 1985 Denise Murphy 1986 Denise Murphy 1987 Chris Sherman 1988 Jenny Yurkanin 1989 Tashia Greene 1990 Tashia Greene 1991 Annie Castro 1992 Heidi Kahl 1993 Julie Rodriguez 1994 Heather Kahl 1995 Megan McEnery 1996 Julie Rodriguez 1997 Skye Frost 1998 Skye Frost 1999 Emily Gorla 2000 Jodi Steffes 2001 Jessi Betcher 2002 Jessi Betcher 2003 Lindsey Abbott 2004 Anna Vallinch 2005 Anna Vallinch 2006 Didem Ege 2007 Didem Ege 2008 Didem Ege 2009 Didem Ege Note: Must play in 60% of all games to qualify.

3.36 4.70 2.56 2.72 3.08 2.47 3.22 2.71 3.32 3.38 3.44 4.03 3.39 3.60 3.09 3.24 2.68 3.10 4.01 5.04 4.58 4.86 5.39 4.44 4.86

Yearly Coaching Records Reg. Season ACC ACC Trn. Year Coach ACC W-L Finish Pct. W-L 1977 Grace Lyles — — --- 1978 Dennis McNelis — — --- 1979 Dennis McNelis — — --- McNelis Totals 1980 Linda Copeland — — --- 3-2 (3rd) 1981 Linda Copeland — — --- 3-2 (3rd) Copeland Totals 6-4 1982 Margie Wessel 3-3 (4th) .500 1-1 Margie Wessel 3-4 (5th) .429 0-1 1983 Wessell Totals 6-7 .462 1-2 1984 Wayne Norris 2-5 (6th) .286 0-1 1985 Wayne Norris 3-4 (T5th) .429 0-1 5-9 .357 0-2 Norris Totals 1986 Linda White 3-4 (5th) .429 0-1 1987 Linda White 3-3 (5th) .500 0-1 1988 Linda White 2-4 (T4th) .333 1-1 1989 Linda White 4-2 (T2nd) .666 0-1 1990 Linda White 2-4 (T5th) .333 0-1 1991 Linda White 2-5 (T6th) .286 0-1 White Totals 16-22 .421 1-6 68-23 1992 Ernie Arill 2-5 (6th) .286 0-1 1993 Jolene Hoover 10-4 (2nd) .714 1-1 1994 Jolene Hoover 10-4 (3rd) .714 2-1 1995 Jolene Hoover 11-3 (2nd) .786 0-1 Jolene Hoover 9-7 (T4th) .563 0-1 1996 1997 Jolene Hoover 10-6 (T3rd) .625 3-0 1998 Jolene Hoover 10-6 (4th) .625 1-1 Jolene Hoover 15-1 (1st) .938 2-1 1999 2000 Jolene Hoover 6-10 (7th) .375 0-1 Jolene Hoover 4-12 (7th) .250 1-1 2001 2002 Jolene Hoover 8-8 (5th) .500 0-1 2003 Jolene Hoover 6-10 (6th) .375 1-1 2004 Jolene Hoover 7-9 (T7th) .438 2-1 2005 Jolene Hoover 7-15 (10th) .318 --- 2006 Jolene Hoover 15-7 (3rd) .682 --- 2007 Jolene Hoover 21-1 1st .955 --- 2008 Jolene Hoover 14-6 3rd .700 --- 2009 Jolene Hoover 13-7 T4th .650 --- Hoover Totals 176-116 .603 13-11 Totals 205-159 .563

21-26 .432

Home W-L 5-2 6-4 9-1 15-5 0-3 3-1 3-4 3-2 5-3 8-5 5-6 3-6 8-12 6-4 9-6 12-4 16-1 12-3 13-5 39-35 14-3 13-4 14-1 12-4 8-6 13-2 12-2 14-2 7-7 7-8 12-4 11-6 13-8 7-8 13-3 16-3 13-3 12-6 197-77

Away W-L 4-7 6-1 8-4 14-5 3-6 5-5 8-11 5-2 2-13 7-15 1-11 6-7 7-18 9-4 8-7 4-6 8-5 4-7 6-6 31-23 5-6 9-3 7-6 7-4 7-5 7-5 4-8 12-0 5-7 3-7 5-7 4-7 5-5 3-10 6-6 11-1 6-7 7-3 108-91

318-131 .708

191-188 .504

Neutral W-L 9-8 7-4 26-8 33-12 18-13 26-10 44-23 11-11 8-17 19-28 2-11 4-13 6-24 6-5 4-3 5-9 6-1 7-4 3-1 138-81 5-0 5-1 7-1 4-2 2-4 6-1 6-1 5-1 1-4 1-2 0-4 3-3 2-1 2-0 1-1 2-0 4-0 4-1 55-27

Overall W-L 18-17 19-9 43-13 62-22 21-22 34-16 55-38 19-15 15-33 34-48 8-28 13-26 21-54 21-13 21-16 21-19 30-7 23-14 22-12 .630 24-9 27-8 28-8 23-10 17-15 26-8 22-11 31-3 13-18 11-17 17-15 18-16 20-14 12-18 20-10 29-4 23-10 23-10 360-195

202-145 .582

712-464

65 Pct. .514 .679 .768 .738 .488 .680 .591 .559 .313 .415 .222 .333 .280 .618 .568 .525 .811 .622 .647 .727 .771 .778 .697 .531 .765 .667 .912 .419 .393 .531 .529 .588 .400 .667 .879 .697 .697 .649

JEANNETTE ABBOTT led the Tigers in total attack attempts during all four years of her career.

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Letterwinners

Abbott, Jeannette Abbott, Lindsey Acosta, Terry Adeleye, Sandra Ale, Pat Ambort, Breezy Anderson, Wendy Ashton, Lori Audi, Becky

Baker, Ann Beasley, Ryane Beckemeyer, Lea Beckham, Liz Benson, Mallory Berki, Anne Betcher, Jessi Bobst, Susan Boozer, Laura Bratcher, Kathy Bridges, Katie Browning, Deanne Bysura, Tami

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Campsen, Terrye Castro, Annie Caudle, Marci Coday, Allison Cooke, Yvonne Cooper, Heidi Crigler, Emilie

Dallao, Kiki Daniels, Tiffany Data, Kristi Dalleska, Jackie Douglas, Hillary

Eckman, Sue Ege, Didem

Farrell, Barbara Feeley, Jennifer Fennell, Brittany Finn, Leslie Fleming, Joy Frost, Skye Fuller, Lindsey

Gardner, Blythe Gardner, Sarah Gorla, Emily Graf, Cyndi Greene, Tashia Gregorie, Ann

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Griffing, Rayna 2005-08 2000-03 1979 2009 1979 2001 1985-89 2001-04 1993

1978-81 2001-03 1997 2003 1999 1999-2001 1999-2002 1983 2005-07 1977-78 2005-07 1983-84 1998-2001

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Hammond, Debbi Harbison, Lisa Haskell, Stephanie Hausler, Wendy Hayes, Lacy Heavey, Jill Henne, Lauren Hensley, Jill Hepburn, Danielle Hill, Carly Hinemeyer, Meghan Hitrik, Carol Holycross, Bridget

Jedlicka, Lisa Jensen, Laura Johnson, Kim Johnson, Mary

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Kahl, Heather Kahl, Heidi Kamarauskas, Karen Kearns, Beth Kibben, Robin Kimbrell, Terri Kirtland, Meredith Kohler, Brooke Kudelka, Melissa

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Latto, Elizabeth Lawrence, Courtney Little, Marsha Lugering, Lynn

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McDowell, Jenks McEnery, Megan McGinty, Nancy Mailander, Brenda Mansfield, Leslie Marx, Julie Maser, Niki Mastellone, Jeanne Meleski, Lindsey Miketa, Tris Mirutenko, Tanya Mitchell, Morgann Molnar, Judy Murphy, Denise Murphy, Kelsey Myers, Cathy

Osborn, Carol Ozdemir, Cansu

Payne, Carol Peer, Mary Kate

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STEPHANIE HASKELL was a Tiger letterwinner from 2001-04 and was the team’s starting setter during her junior and senior seasons.

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2008-09 2000-03 1979-81 1985-87

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Perry, Ellen Proctor, Lia

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Quaresima, Tammy

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Resch, Julie Roberson, Laura Robertson, Dawn Rodriguez, Julie Ross, Brittany

Sackfield, Judy Sayfie, Lisa Schuler, Cindy Schulz, Stephanie Schwartz, Mary Self, Ashley Sharpe, Katie Sherman, Chris Smith, Kim Speer, Kristen Stanton, Meghan Staup, Kassie Steffes, Jodi Steiner, Meghan Stern, Cindy Stewart, Kelly Swanson, Kristin

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Teter, Carol Thieke, Michelle Thomas, Teresa Thompson, Rochelle Tonks, Kristy Townsend, Donna Trull, Mary Tucci, Cindy

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Vallinch, Anna Vaughan, Amy Verhoeven, Annie Vutsinas, Stacie

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Wagner, Stacey Wessel, Ann Marie Williams, Jessica

Yaz, Serenat Yurkanin, Jenny

Zoric, Marija

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1979-82 1991 1984-86 1995-98 1984 1993-96 2008-09 1985-87 1984-85 1977 2002-05 2004 1998-2001 2004-07 1996-99 1993-94 2003

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Tournament Honors Team Tournament Championships 1979 Mars Hill Invitational Georgia Invitational

Individual All-Tournament Selections 1979 Lisa Harbison - Francis Marion Tourn. Judy Sackfield - Francis Marion Tourn.

1981 UNC Asheville Invitational N.C. State Invitational

1982 Carol Hitrik - South Carolina Classic

1986 UAB Invitational 1989 Big Orange Bash Loyola Lakefront Invitational 1991 Florida International Invitational Lady Tiger Showcase 1992 Big Orange Bash Lady Tiger Showcase Palmetto State Invitational 1993 Memphis State Invitational Big Orange Bash Alabama Invitational 1994 Texas-Arlington Big Orange Bash 1997 ACC Tournament Big Orange Bash Auburn War Eagle Invitational SMU Invitational 1998 Big Orange Bash 1999 Michigan State Classic Big Orange Bash Clemson Invitational 2002 Big Orange Bash Clemson Invitational 2004 Big Orange Bash Clemson Invitational 2007 Microtel Mississippi State Classic Clemson Classic

1983 Tris Miketa - George Washington Classic 1984 Deanne Browning - G. Washington Classic 1985 Denise Murphy - Central Florida Tourn. 1986 Wendy Anderson (MVP) - UAB Invitational Cindy Tucci - UAB Invitational Wendy Anderson - Central Florida Tourn. Denise Murphy - Central Florida Tourn. 1987 Wendy Anderson - UAB Invitational Cindy Tucci - UAB Invitational Wendy Anderson - Eastern Illinois Classic Joy Fleming - Eastern Illinois Classic Wendy Anderson - George Washington Classic 1988 Amy Vaughan - Hofstra Invitational 1989 Wendy Anderson - Big Orange Bash Annie Castro - Big Orange Bash Jenny Yurkanin (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Wendy Anderson - Loyola Lakefront Invit. Tashia Greene - Loyola Lakefront Invit. Heidi Kahl - Loyola Lakefront Invitational Wendy Anderson - Palmetto State Invit. Heidi Kahl - Palmetto State Invitational 1990 Heidi Kahl - South Florida Invitational Jenny Yurkanin - South Florida Invitational 1991 Robin Kibben (MVP) - Clemson Tiger Showcase Kristy Tonks - Clemson Tiger Showcase Robin Kibben - Big Orange Bash Robin Kibben - Florida Int’l Tourn. Ann Marie Wessel - Florida Int’l Tourn.

1992 Heather Kahl - Clemson Tiger Showcase Robin Kibben (MVP) - Clemson Tiger Showcase Heather Kahl - Big Orange Bash Robin Kibben - Big Orange Bash 1993 Heather Kahl - Alabama Invitational Robin Kibben (MVP) - Alabama Invitational Julie Rodriguez - Alabama Invitational Heather Kahl - Big Orange Bash Robin Kibben (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Julie Rodriguez - Big Orange Bash Heather Kahl - Memphis State Invitational Robin Kibben - Memphis State Invitational 1994 Heather Kahl - ACC/SEC Challenge Robin Kibben - ACC/SEC Challenge Ashley Self - ACC/SEC Challenge Heather Kahl - Big Orange Bash Robin Kibben (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Julie Rodriguez - Big Orange Bash Heather Kahl - Texas-Arlington Tourn. Robbin Kibben (MVP) - Texas-Arlington Tournament Julie Rodriguez - Texas-Arlington Tournament 1995 Megan McEnery - ACC/Big East Challenge Julie Rodriguez - ACC/Big East Challenge Ashley Self - ACC/Big East Challenge Ashley Self - Big Orange Bash Julie Rodriguez - Big Orange Bash Julie Rodriguez - Colorado State Tournament 1996 Julie Rodriguez - Big Orange Bash Stephanie Schulz - Big Orange Bash Michelle Thieke - Big Orange Bash Julie Rodriguez - DePaul Tournament Michelle Thieke - DePaul Tournament 1997 Stephanie Schulz - Auburn War Eagle Invitational Michelle Thieke - Auburn War Eagle Invit. Jill Heavey - Big Orange Bash Cindy Stern (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Michelle Thieke - Big Orange Bash Alison Coday - SMU Tournament Michelle Thieke (MVP) - SMU Tournament

1998 Alison Coday - Big Orange Bash Skye Frost - Big Orange Bash Melissa Kudelka - Big Orange Bash Cindy Stern (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Alison Coday - Kentucky Challenge Cindy Stern - Kentucky Challenge Alison Coday - St. Louis Billiken Invit. Melissa Kudelka - St. Louis Billiken Invit. Stephanie Schulz - St. Louis Billiken Invitational Jodi Steffes - St. Louis Billiken Invitational Cindy Stern (MVP) - St. Louis Billiken Invitational 1999 Jessi Betcher - Big Orange Bash Alison Coday - Big Orange Bash Emily Gorla - Big Orange Bash Cindy Stern (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Jessi Betcher - Clemson Invitational Alison Coday (MVP) - Clemson Invit. Jodi Steffes - Clemson Invitational Jessi Betcher - Michigan State Classic Jodi Steffes - Michigan State Classic Cindy Stern (MVP) - Michigan State Classic 2000 Jessi Betcher - Auburn War Eagle Invitational Jodi Steffes - Auburn War Eagle Invitational Jodi Steffes - Big Orange Bash 2001 Jessi Betcher - Big Orange Bash Jodi Steffes - Big Orange Bash Jodi Steffes - Colorado Powerbar Invitational 2002 Lori Ashton - Big Orange Bash Ryane Beasley (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Jessi Betcher - Big Orange Bash Lori Ashton - Clemson Invitational Jessi Betcher (MVP) - Clemson Invitational Leslie Finn - Clemson Invitational Lori Ashton - Pepperdine Classic Marija Zoric - Red Raider Classic

Lindsey Abbott - Coastal Carolina Classic Lori Ashton - Coastal Carolina Classic Ryane Beasley (MVP) - Coastal Carolina Classic 2004 Lori Ashton - Big Orange Bash Leslie Finn (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Brittany Ross - Big Orange Bash Lori Ashton (MVP) - Clemson Invitational Leslie Finn - Clemson Invitational Anna Vallinch - Clemson Invitational 2005 Brittany Ross - Big Orange Bash Anna Vallinch - Big Orange Bash Brittany Ross - Mizuno/Auburn Challenge Anna Vallinch - Mizuno/Auburn Challenge 2006 Danielle Hepburn - Mortar Board Purdue Premier Didem Ege - Big Orange Bash Danielle Hepburn - Big Orange Bash 2007 Danielle Hepburn (MVP) - Microtel Miss. State Classic Kelsey Murphy - Microtel Miss. State Classic Meghan Steiner - Microtel Mississippi State Classic Danielle Hepburn - Big Orange Bash Danielle Hepburn (MVP) - Clemson Classic Didem Ege - Clemson Classic Leslie Mansfield - Clemson Classic 2008 Didem Ege - Big Orange Bash Danielle Hepburn - Big Orange Bash Danielle Hepburn - UNI Invitational Lia Proctor - UNI Invitational Danielle Hepburn - Carolina Challenge Lia Proctor - Carolina Challenge Danielle Hepburn - Clemson Classic Lia Proctor - Clemson Classic

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2003 Lori Ashton - Barker GMC Classic Ryane Beasley (MVP) - Big Orange Bash Lindsey Abbott -Clemson Invitational Lori Ashton -Clemson Invitational Ryane Beasley (MVP) - Clemson Invit.

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Honors & Awards

Team Honors

ACC Player-of-the Year

ACC Champions 1997 Round 1st Semifinals Finals

Opponent Duke #15 Maryland Georgia Tech

Game Scores 15-11, 16-14, 15-10 7-15, 15-10, 15-8, 15-10 8-15, 15-3, 15-9, 15-13

2007 - no tournament NCAA Participation

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1993 Rd 1st

Location Clemson, SC

Opponent W L Houston L

Game Scores 11-15, 10-15, 10-15

1994 Rd 1st 2nd

Location Clemson, SC Houston, TX

Opponent W L Stephen F. Austin W Houston L

Game Scores 12-15, 13-15, 15-9, 15-11, 15-8 1-15, 13-15, 12-15

1997 Rd 1st

Location Madison, WI

Opponent W L Central Florida L

Game Scores 7-15, 13-15, 1-15

1998 Rd 1st 2nd

Location State College, PA State College, PA

Opponent W L Fairfield W Penn State L

Game Scores 15-9, 15-9, 15-5 2-15, 11-15, 5-15

1999 Rd 1st

Location Clemson, SC

Opponent W L Indiana L

Game Scores 9-15, 15-11, 5-15, 12-15

2007 Rd 1st 2nd

Location Clemson, SC Clemson, SC

Opponent W L Alabama W UCLA L

Game Scores 30-25, 30-27, 31-33, 30-26 19-30, 21-30, 30-19, 22-30

2008 Rd 1st 2nd

Location Clemson, SC Clemson, SC

Opponent W L Tennessee W Utah L

Game Scores 25-19, 19-25, 25-19, 23-25, 15-12 21-25, 24-26, 21-25

2009 Rd 1st 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

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Location Lexington, KY

Opponent W L Oregon L

All-ACC Performers Judy Sackfield, So. (1st) Lisa Harbison, So. (1st) Lisa Harbison, Jr. (1st) Judy Sackfield, Sr. (1st) Cyndi Graf, Sr. (2nd) Lisa Harbison, Sr. (2nd) Tris Miketa, Sr. (1st) Deanne Browning, Sr. (1st) Denise Murphy, Jr. (1st) Denise Murphy, Sr. (2nd) Wendy Anderson, Jr. (1st) Jenny Yurkanin, So. (2nd) Wendy Anderson, Sr. (2nd) Heidi Kahl, So. (2nd) Robin Kibben, So. (1st) Robin Kibben, Jr. (1st) Robin Kibben, Sr. (1st) Julie Rodriguez, So. (2nd) Heather Kahl, Sr. (2nd) Julie Rodriguez, Jr. (1st) Ashley Self, Jr. (2nd) Michelle Thieke, Fr. (2nd) Julie Rodriguez, Sr. (1st) Cindy Stern, So. (1st) Alison Coday, Jr. (2nd) Cindy Stern, Jr. (2nd) Alison Coday, Sr. (1st)

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Game Scores 17-25, 21-25, 20-25 Cindy Stern, Sr. (1st) Jessi Betcher, Fr. (2nd) Jodi Steffes, So. (2nd) Jodi Steffes, Jr. (2nd) Jodi Steffes, Sr. (2nd) Lori Ashton, So. (1st) Jessi Betcher, Sr. (2nd) Leslie Finn, Jr. (1st) Leslie Finn, Sr. (1st) Lori Ashton, Sr. (2nd) Brittany Ross, So. (2nd) Jeannette Abbott, So. (1st) Danielle Hepburn, So. (1st) Didem Ege, Fr. (2nd) Didem Ege, So. (1st) Danielle Hepburn, Jr. (1st) Kelsey Murphy, So. (1st) Jeannette Abbott, Jr. (2nd) Leslie Mansfield, Sr. (2nd) Meghan Steiner, Sr. (2nd) Danielle Hepburn, Sr. (1st) Kelsey Murphy, Jr. (1st) Lia Proctor, Jr. (2nd) Sandra Adeleye, Fr. Didem Ege, Sr. Kelsey Murphy, Sr. Lia Proctor, Sr.

1999 2008

Cindy Stern Danielle Hepburn

1993 1995 1998 1999 2005

ACC Rookie-of-the-Year Julie Rodriguez Stephanie Schulz Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Jeannette Abbott

1993 1995 1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009

ACC All-Freshman Team Julie Rodriguez Jill Heavey Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Kiki Dallao Lori Ashton Kristin Swanson Liz Beckham Brittany Ross Jeannette Abbott Didem Ege Kelsey Murphy Sandra Adeleye Alexa Rand

ACC All-Tournament Team Robin Kibben 1993 1994 Robin Kibben Heather Kahl 1997 Michelle Thieke (MVP) Cindy Stern Skye Frost 1998 Alison Coday 1999 Jodi Steffes Cindy Stern Lori Ashton 2003 2004 Leslie Finn Note: The ACC Tournament was discontinued after the 2004 season. ACC Player-of-the Week Nov. 12-19, 1986 Joy Fleming Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 1987 Chris Sherman Wendy Anderson Oct. 5-11, 1987 Jenny Yurkanin Sept. 5-11, 1988 Amy Vaughan Nov. 7-13, 1988 Jenny Yurkanin Sept. 11-17, 1989 Jenny Yurkanin Oct. 15-21, 1990 Heidi Kahl Oct. 22-28, 1990 Robin Kibben Sept. 1-8, 1990 Sept. 28-Oct. 5, 1992 Heather Kahl Sept. 14-21, 1992 Robin Kibben Sept. 13-20, 1993 Oct. 7-14, 1993 Nov. 8-15, 1993 Sept. 12-19, 1994 Robin Kibben Sept. 19-26, 1994 Julie Rodriguez Sept. 18-25, 1995 Julie Rodriguez Oct. 14-21, 1996 Cindy Stern Sept. 15-21, 1997 Alison Coday Nov. 9-15, 1998 Oct. 19-25, 1998 Stephanie Schulz Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 1998 Cindy Stern Sept. 7-13, 1998 Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 1998 Cindy Stern Sept. 13-19, 1999 Sept. 27-Oct. 3, 1999 Oct. 18-24, 1999 Nov. 15-22, 1999 Alison Coday Sept. 20-26, 1999 Jodi Steffes Oct. 25-31, 1999 Lori Ashton Sept. 23-29, 2002

Jessi Betcher Leslie Finn Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Daninelle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Kelsey Murphy Sandra Adeleye Lia Proctor

Oct. 7-13, 2002 Sept 29-Oct. 5 2003 Oct. 25-31, 2004 Sept.18-24, 2005 Oct. 10-16, 2006 Aug. 20-27, 2007 Oct. 9-16, 2007 Nov. 6-13, 2007 Nov. 20-27, 2007 Oct. 6-12, 2008 Oct. 27-Nov.2, 2008 Nov. 24-Dec.1, 2008 Aug. 31-Sept. 6, 2009 Nov. 1-8, 2009 Nov. 9-15, 2009

ACC Rookie-of-the Week Oct. 16-22, 1995 Stephanie Schulz Oct. 23-30, 1995 Alison Coday Oct. 7-13, 1996 Cindy Stern Oct. 14-20, 1996 Nov. 12-18, 1996 Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 1998 Jodi Steffes Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 1998 Nov. 9-15, 1998 Sept. 6-12, 1999 Jessi Betcher Sept. 13-19, 1999 Sept. 20-26, 1999 Sept. 27-Oct. 3, 1999 Note: The ACC Rookie-of-the-Week was discontinued after the 2000 season. ACC 50th Anniversary Team Years Played Name 1996-99 Alison Coday Heather Kahl 1991-94 Robin Kibben 1991-94 Julie Rodriguez 1993-96 1998-01 Jodi Steffes #Cindy Stern 1996-99 Michelle Thieke 1994-97 # - Top 50 female athlete in all sports AVCA All-Region Performers Southeast Region Denise Murphy (1st) 1985 South Region 1993 1994

Robin Kibben (2nd) Robin Kibben (2nd) Heather Kahl (3rd)

All-District 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Ashley Self Julie Rodriguez Michelle Thieke Julie Rodriguez Cindy Stern Alison Coday Alison Coday Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Alison Coday Jodi Steffes Cindy Stern Jodi Steffes Jodi Steffes Lori Ashton Jessi Betcher Lori Ashton Leslie Finn Leslie Finn Brittany Ross (HM)


Honors & Awards 2006 2007 2008

Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Didem Ege Danielle Hepburn Kelsey Murphy Meghan Steiner Jeanette Abbott (HM) Leslie Mansfield (HM) Danielle Hepburn Kelsey Murphy Lia Proctor

1999 2005 2009

AVCA Region Freshman of the Year Jessi Betcher Jeannette Abbott Sandra Adeleye

1999 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

AVCA All-American Cindy Stern (2nd) Leslie Finn (HM) Jeannette Abbott (HM) Danielle Hepburn (HM) Didem Ege (HM) Danielle Hepburn (HM) Kelsey Murphy (HM) Meghan Steiner (HM) Danielle Hepburn (3rd) Kelsey Murphy (HM) Lia Proctor (HM) Sandra Adeleye (HM) Didem Ege (HM) Kelsey Murphy (HM) Lia Proctor (HM) All-American Farm Team

2000

Jodi Steffes

2006 2008

CVU.com Stellar Spikers Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn

2008

CVU.com Blocker-of-the-Year Danielle Hepburn (HM)

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Clemson Volleyball Captains Teresa Thomas Debbi Hammond Barbara Farrell Debbi Hammond Cyndi Graf Kim Johnson Elizabeth Latto Ann Baker Judy Sackfield Judy Sackfield Cyndi Graf Lisa Harbison Tris Miketa Carol Hitrik Jeanne Mastellone Deanne Browning Denise Murphy Denise Murphy Cindy Tucci Denise Murphy Cindy Tucci Jennifer Feeley Jenny Yurkanin Wendy Anderson Jenny Yurkanin Karen Kamarauskas Karen Kamarauskas Jenny Yurkanin Rayna Griffing Annie Castro

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Ann Marie Wessel Kristy Tonks Heather Kahl Robin Kibben Heather Kahl Robin Kibben Megan Mcenery Ashley Self Julie Rodriguez Ashley Self Michelle Thieke Michelle Thieke Emily Gorla Cindy Stern Stephanie Schulz Alison Coday Emily Gorla Cindy Stern Jessi Betcher Jackie Dalleska Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Jodi Steffes Ryane Beasley Jessi Betcher Ryane Beasley Lori Ashton Leslie Finn Leslie Mansfield Meghan Stanton Leslie Manfield Dawn Robertson Anna Vallinch Jeannette Abbott Leslie Mansfield Jeannette Abbott Danielle Hepburn Kelsey Murphy Lia Proctor

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Tashia Greene Karen Kamarauskas Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Robin Kibben Heather Kahl Ashley Self Julie Rodriguez Michelle Thieke Alison Coday Cindy Stern Jodi Steffes Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Stephanie Haskell Leslie Finn Anna Vallinch Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Danielle Hepburn Lia Proctor

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Rookie-of-the Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Julie Rodriguez Nancy Mcginty Stephanie Schulz Cindy Stern Jackie Dalleska Jodi Steffes Jessi Betcher Kiki Dallao Lori Ashton Meghan Stanton Liz Beckham Brittany Ross Jeannette Abbott Kelsey Murphy Meghan Hinemeyer Brittany Fennell Sandra Adeleye

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Most Valuable Player Debbi Hammond Debbi Hammond Cyndi Graf Judy Sackfield Cyndi Graf Judy Sackfield Lisa Harbison Cyndi Graf Carol Hitrik Deanne Browning Denise Murphy Denise Murphy Joy Fleming Jennifer Feeley Amy Vaughan

JODI STEFFES was named the ACC Rookie-of-the-Year in 1998 and followed with three straight all-conference selections from 1999-2001.

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Academic Honors ACC Academic Honor Roll

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Name Jeannette Abbott Lindsey Abbott Breezy Ambort Wendy Anderson Lori Ashton Ryane Beasley Mallory Benson Anne Berki Tami BySura Laura Boozer Katie Bridges Annie Castro Alison Coday Heidi Cooper Kiki Dallao Hillary Douglas Sue Eckman Leslie Finn Skye Frost Blythe Gardner Sarah Gardner Emily Gorla Rayna Griffing Stephanie Haskell Wendy Hausler Carly Hill Bridget Holycross Laura Jensen Ashley Johnson Karen Kamarauskas Elizabeth Latto Lynn Lugering Leslie Mansfield Megan McEnery Tris Miketa Denise Murphy Kelsey Murphy Cathy Myers Tammy Quaresima Dawn Robertson Lisa Sayfie Cynthia Schuler Stephanie Schulz Ashley Self Chris Sherman Mandy Smelzer Meghan Stanton Jodi Steffes Meghan Steiner Cindy Stern Kelly Stewart Kristin Swanson Michelle Thieke Kristen Tonks Donna Townsend Mary Trull Anna Vallinch Amy Vaughan Ann Marie Wessel Marija Zoric Natalie Patzin

Year 2006-07 2000-04 2001-02 1987-88, 89-90 2002-05 2000-01, 02-04 1999-00 1998-00 1998-02 2004-08 2005-08 1990-92 1996-00 1997-00 2000-04 2006-07 2004-08 2004-05 1996-97 1994-98 2001-05 1996-98, 99-00 1987-91 2001-02, 04-05 1983-85 2002-03 1985-86 2000-02, 03-04 1986-87 1989-90 1982-83 1985-87 2004-08 1992-96 1982-84 1983-87 2008-09 1983-85 1985-89 2004-07 1991-92 1983-87 1995-97 1996-97 1985-87 1996-97 2002-06 2000-02 2004-08 1998-99 1995-96 2003-04 1997-98 1990-93 1982-83 1996-00 2005-06 1987-88 1991-92 2000-03 2009

Major Pre-Business Health Science Political Science Elementary Education Sociology Health Science Marketing Marketing Health Science Elementary Education Graphic Communications Elementary Education Marketing Biochemistry Speech & Communications Early Childhood Education History Economics Visual Arts Biological Sciences Health Science Health Science PRTM Communication Studies Computer Science Biological Sciences Biochemistry Marketing Accounting Secondary Education Secondary Education Management Elementary Education Special Education Administrative Management Zoology English Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt. Elementary Education Spanish Education Mathematics Health Science Health Science Industrial Engineering Speech & Communications PRTM Education Biological Sciences Speech & Communications Speech & Communications Architecture Industrial Education Special Education Administrative Management Accounting Sociology Marketing Political Science Economics Biological Sciences

Academic All-America (CoSIDA/GTE) 1985 Denise Murphy (2nd) 1986 Denise Murphy (2nd) Chris Sherman (3rd) 1987 Chris Sherman (2nd)

1986

ACC Scholastic Award Denise Murphy

Marie B. James Post Graduate Scholarship Presented by the ACC for excellence Athletically and Academically 1986 Denise Murphy Greenville Scholastic Award Presented by Greenville IPTAY Club to top Clemson Athlete Academically 1986 Denise Murphy Clemson Outstanding Woman Presented to outstanding woman in the undergraduate category who best represents the university and women 1995 Megan McEnery Marija Zoric 2003 Weaver-James-Corrigan Award Presented by the ACC for excellence in academics and athletics Alison Coday 1999 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Presented for humanitarian service Heidi Cooper 2001 Robert F. Martin Award Presented to the top junior or senior in the biological sciences department Heidi Cooper 2001 Susan Delony Academic Achievement Award Presented to junior or senior with a minimum of a 3.4 cumulative GPR that embodies the ideal that learning takes place both in and out of the classroom Marija Zoric 2003 Jim and Pat Thacker Award Post graduate scholarship presented by the ACC for excellence athletically and academically Meghan Steiner 2007 ACC All-Volleyball Academic Team Began in 2005 Sue Eckman 2005 2006 Leslie Mansfield Meghan Steiner Sue Eckman 2007 Leslie Mansfield Meghan Steiner ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict 2007 Leslie Mansfield (3rd) Meghan Steiner (3rd)

MEGHAN STEINER was awarded a post-graduate scholarship by the Atlantic Coast Conference and was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team in for the 2007-08 academic year.

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