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2017 VOLLEYBALL

2007, 2012, 2015 & 2016 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS


CLEVELAND STATE VOLLEYBALL

F r o n t R o w ( L- R ) : J o r d a n V e r b i a k , A l e x i s M i d d l e b r o o k s , G i n a K i l n e r , K at i e M i h a l i k , S h a n n o n G r e g a , R a c h a e l D o h a r , G e o r g i a n a V o i e b u n a , J e s s i c a H e r m a n , H a l l e S c h o e n . B a c k R o w (L- R): A s s i s ta n t c o a c h P h i l A b i a d , at h l e t i c t r a i n e r J a c k i e W i s e , C h r i s t i n a H u d g e n s , M a r i a h C a r r e r o -J o h n s o n , R a c h e l S t o v e r , S a r a S k e e n s , h e a d c o a c h C h u c k V o s s , T r i n n i t i H a l l , A m b r e P i e r c e , A mm a a r a h W i l l i a m s , H a n n a h G r e e n e , E m i ly D e G e o r g e , s t u d e n t m a n a g e r G a b r i e l l a W o o d , a s s i s ta n t c o a c h K e l ly S v o b o d a . N o t P i c t u r e d : V o l u n t e e r a s s i s ta n t c o a c h R o n G a s p e r a n d s tat i s c i a n D o u g E w i n g .

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GUIDE CONTENTS 2016 In Review..................................25-28 2016 Season Review....................... 26 2016 Season Statistics.................. 27 2016 Horizon League. ................... 28 History & Records..........................29-50 All-Time Letterwinners................ 30 Awards & Honors......................... 31 Individual Season Records. ........ 32 Individual Career Records.......... 33 Team Season Records................... 34 Yearly Leaders............................... 35 CSU Hall of Fame......................... 36 Year-By-Year Results. .............37-42 All-Time Records.......................... 43 Results Since 2000....................44-46 NCAA Tournaments................47-50 2017 Headshot Roster...................... IBC

2017 Team Picture. ............................ IFC ‘By The Numbers’............................. IFC-1 Quick Facts/Schedule............................ 2 2017 Player Bios.................................3-18 Alexis Middlebrooks. ..................... 4 Shannon Grega. .............................. 5 Gina Kilner. ..................................... 6 Katie Mihalik................................... 7 Rachael Dohar................................ 8 Rachel Stover.................................. 9 Mariah Carrero-Johnson............ 10 Jordan Verbiak. ............................. 11 Sara Skeens. ................................... 12 Trinniti Hall.................................. 13 Christina Hudgens........................ 14 Ambre Pierce................................... 15 Schoen/Greene............................... 16 Voiebuna/DeGeorge...................... 17 Herman/Williams. ......................... 18 2017 Coach Bios...............................19-24 Chuck Voss................................20-21 Phil Abiad....................................... 22 Kelly Svoboda................................ 22 Ron Gasper..................................... 23 Support Staff.................................. 24

CREDITS The 2017 Cleveland State Volleyball Media Guide was written and designed by Renee Adam, Assistant SID. Edited by Greg Murphy, Sports Information Director. Photography done by Brian Hart and Frank Jansky. Cleveland State University is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran status, and to equal access in education and employment. Cleveland State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and especially encourages applications from minorities and women, persons with handicaps or disabilities, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans.

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CLEVELAND STATE VOLLEYBALL Cleveland State University

Location........................................................... Cleveland, Ohio Founded................................................. Cleveland State, 1964 ......................................................................Fenn College, 1929 Enrollment........................................................................17,323 Colors................................................................ Green & White Nickname....................................................................... Vikings Conference...................................................... Horizon League Affiliation...................................................... NCAA Division I President............................................Dr. Ronald M. Berkman Director of Athletics..........................................Mike Thomas Athletic Phone..................................................... 216-687-5119 Facility (Capacity).................Woodling Gymnasium (1,500) Athletics Web Site........................................CSUVikings.com

Cleveland State Volleyball History

Inaugural Season................................................................1972 All-Time Record........................................................ 793-715-5 Winning Seasons........................................ 23 (8 consecutive) 20-Win Seasons.......................................................................16 Horizon League Regular Season Championships.............4 ..............................................................2009, 2012, 2015 & 2016 Horizon League Tournament Championships...................4 ..............................................................2007, 2012, 2015 & 2016 NCAA Tournament Appearances.........................................4 ..............................................................2007, 2012, 2015 & 2016

Coaching Staff

Head Coach............................ Chuck Voss (Ohio State, 1994) Record at Cleveland State............315-195 (.617), 17 Seasons Overall Record...............................349-231 (.601), 19 Seasons Assistant Coach..............Phil Abiad (Cleveland State, 1990) Assistant Coach......................Kelly Svoboda (Buffalo, 2014) Volleyball Office Phone..................................... 216-687-5112

Team Information

2016 Overall Record........................................................... 25-6 2016 Horizon League Record........................................... 14-2 2016 Horizon League Finish................................................1st Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................ 10/4 Newcomers................................................................................6

Cleveland State Sports Information

Assistant SID (VBall Contact).......................... Renee Adam Office........................................................... 216-687-5115 Cell.............................................................. 216-314-4898 Email............................................. r.adam@csuohio.edu

2017 Schedule AUGUST 25 26

Purdue Mortar Board Invitational vs. Alabama.....................................................12:00 p.m. at Purdue...........................................................7:30 p.m. vs. Oral Roberts................................................1:00 p.m.

SEPTEMBER Rose Hill Classic/Volley in the Valley 1 at Fordham........................................................2:00 p.m. 2 vs. Binghamton............................................... 11:00 a.m. at Marist.............................................................3:00 p.m. Chippewa Challenge 8 at Central Michigan.........................................7:30 p.m. 9 vs. Indiana State...............................................2:30 p.m. Panther Challenge 15 vs. Eastern Kentucky.......................................4:30 p.m. 16 vs. UC Santa Barbara.....................................12:00 p.m. at Pittsburgh......................................................7:00 p.m. 22 at Milwaukee*...................................................7:00 p.m. 23 at UIC*...............................................................5:00 p.m. 29 IUPUI*...............................................................6:00 p.m. 30 WRIGHT STATE*...........................................4:00 p.m. OCTOBER 6 at Youngstown State*.......................................6:00 p.m. 7 at Oakland*.......................................................4:00 p.m. 11 NORTHERN KENTUCKY*..........................6:00 p.m. 13 at Green Bay*....................................................7:00 p.m. 20 UIC*...................................................................6:00 p.m. 21 MILWAUKEE*.................................................4:00 p.m. 27 at Wright State*.................................................6:00 p.m. 28 at IUPUI*...........................................................4:00 p.m. NOVEMBER 3 OAKLAND*.....................................................6:00 p.m. 4 YOUNGSTOWN STATE*..............................4:00 p.m. 8 at Northern Kentucky*....................................6:00 p.m. 10 GREEN BAY*...................................................6:00 p.m. 17 Horizon League First Round.................................. TBA 18 Horizon League Semifinals..................................... TBA 19 Horizon League Championship............................. TBA * - Horizon League Match | BOLD - Home Events Times listed as EST

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KILLS|20|Multiple Times

HIT %|.800|YSU, 11/21/14

ASSISTS|3|vs. IU, 8/28/15 ACES|3|Multiple Times

DIGS|8|vs. IU, 8/28/15

BLOCKS|9|Multiple Times

ALEXIS MIDDLEBROOKS

SR | MH | 6-1 | ELYRIA, OHIO

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2016 // JUNIOR SEASON Named First Team All-Horizon League…finished the season ranked seventh in the CSU Career Record Book with 308 block assists and 10th with 346 total blocks…earned Horizon League Tournament MVP honors after notching 15 kills against Oakland in the semifinals (11/19) and a season-high 20 kills on a .515 hitting percentage against Green Bay in the championship (11/20)… named to the Hoosier Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 3.20 kills and 0.6 blocks per set against IUPUI (9/16), Arkansas State (9/17), and Indiana (9/17)…picked up Golden Dome Invitational All-Tournament Team honors after recording 16 kills against Western Michigan (8/26) and 10 kills and six blocks against Seton Hall (8/27) in the season-opening tournament… posted 18 kills and seven total blocks against Milwaukee (10/7)…notched seven kills and two blocks against Arizona in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. 2015 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Named to the All-Horizon League First Team and AVCA Honorable Mention All-Northeast Region…earned a spot on the Horizon League Fall All-Academic Team…finished the season as the Horizon League leader in blocks with 134 block assists and 146 total blocks – marks that rank in the top-five on the Cleveland State single-season list…also set sophomore class records with both of her block totals…posted a .329 hitting percentage on the season, a mark that ranks ninth on the CSU single-season list…named the Horizon League Tournament MVP after leading the Vikings to the 2016 tournament title with a 16-kill, eightblock performance against Northern Kentucky (11/21) and a seven-kill, 6-block effort against Valparaiso (11/22)…combined for 361 kills on the season, recording double-digit kills during 23 matches including a career-high 20 against Milwaukee (10/24)… named the Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week and the Blue Raider Bash MVP after posting 23 blocks and 43 kills during the four-match tournament…posted a career-high tying nine block assists against Indiana (8/28) along with a then careerhigh 14 kills, while following that up with five blocks assists and 12 kills against Bowling Green (8/29) and four block assists and 10 kills versus Notre Dame (8/29)…posted a career-high tying nine blocks against Eastern Illinois (9/11) and Northern Kentucky (10/13)…notched 17 kills along with five blocks against Wright State (11/6)…recorded 16 kills and four blocks at Oakland (10/9)…finished the season with 11 kills and three blocks against top-seeded USC in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. 2014 // FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in all but one match for the Vikings, picking up 18 starts…combined for 87 kills and 82 blocks on the season…finished the year ranked fifth among Horizon League players averaging 0.96 blocks per set…recorded her only double-digit kill performance of the season against Tennessee (8/30) when she tallied 10 kills along with a .438 hitting percentage and two blocks… notched a season-best eight blocks against Toledo (9/13) and Green Bay (10/11)…posted eight kills and seven blocks against Youngstown State in the regular season finale (11/14)…tallied seven kills and four blocks at Milwaukee (11/8). HIGH SCHOOL Named All-Ohio Honorable Mention as a junior and senior…also earned All-Conference, All-District, and All-County accolades…led Elyria High School to a district runner-up finish as a senior…tallied 318 blocks and 78 service aces throughout high school. PERSONAL Born May 24, 1996 in Lorain, Ohio…daughter of Donna Lewis and Corey Middlebrooks…has one brother, Corey, and four sisters, Briana, Korey, Faith, and Gabrielle…earned All-Academic NOC honors…criminology major.

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KILLS|1|Multiple Times HIT %|-|---

ASSISTS|7|UIC, 10/8/16 ACES|4|WSU, 11/11/16

DIGS|24|OAK, 9/23/16 BLOCKS|-|---

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SHANNON GREGA

SR | L | 5-2 | BAY VILLAGE, OHIO

2016 // JUNIOR SEASON Named to the Horizon League Fall All-Academic Team…started every match as the libero for the Vikings…earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Tournament Team after notching back-to-back 17-dig matches against Oakland (11/19) and Green Bay (11/20) in the semifinals and championship match, respectively…named the Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week after recording 17 digs against Valparaiso (10/28) and 18 digs against Northern Kentucky (10/29)…earned a spot on the Hoosier Classic All-Tournament Team after combining for 37 digs against IUPUI, Arkansas State, and Indiana – including a 17-dig effort against the Jaguars (9/16)…had four 20-dig matches on the season, including a career-high 24-dig performance against Oakland (9/23) in the Horizon League opener…finished the year with a team-high 28 service aces…posted a career-best four aces against Wright State (11/11)…also finished the season with 97 assists, including a career-best seven against UIC (10/8). 2015 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in all 33 matches for the Vikings, appearing in all 130 sets as a defensive specialist…combined for 291 digs, 25 assists and 22 service aces on the year…recorded double-digit digs during 12 matches, including a season-high 17-dig performance against Wright State (11/6)…tallied 16 digs in a three-set sweep of Green Bay (9/25)…had a trio of 15-dig efforts throughout the season – vs. Eastern Illinois (9/11), vs. Radford (9/18) and at Valparaiso (11/14)…tied her career-high with a pair of service aces on five occasions…finished the season with eight digs against top-seeded USC in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. 2014 // FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 26 matches and was Cleveland State’s starting libero during 10 matches…finished the season with 216 digs, averaging 2.67 digs per set…posted a season-high 22 digs at Green Bay (11/7)…tallied 19 digs and five assists against North Texas (9/20)…notched back-to-back 18-dig performances against Arkansas (9/19) and Kansas (9/19) in her first appearances as CSU’s libero…finished with 16 digs, three assists, and two service aces against UIC (11/1)…combined for 13 service aces on the season. HIGH SCHOOL Named First Team All-District and Honorable Mention All-Ohio as a senior…led Magnificat High School to a combined 70-24 record during her four-year career…earned a spot on the all-tournament team at the Junior National Girls Volleyball Championship during her sophomore season. PERSONAL Born October 11, 1995 in Cleveland, Ohio…daughter of Maggie Holihan…has one brother, Jimmy, and one sister, Annie…earned Second Honors at Magnificat High School…nursing major.

SHANNON GREGA


KILLS|9|vs. UNH, 9/10/16

HIT %|.714|vs. YSU, 11/21/14

ASSISTS|65|at UWM, 10/24/15 ACES|3|vs. TTU, 8/30/14 DIGS|15|vs. RU, 9/18/15

BLOCKS|9|vs. EIU, 9/11/15

GINA KILNER

SR | S | 5-11 | CLEVELAND, OHIO

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2016 // JUNIOR SEASON Named the Horizon League Setter of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Horizon League First Team after starting every match as Cleveland State’s primary setter…finished the year ranked sixth in the CSU Career Record Book with 3,199 career assists – one of just six Vikings all-time to eclipse the 3,000-assist mark…earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Tournament Team after combining for 101 assists against Oakland (11/19) and Green Bay (11/20) in the semifinals and championship match…named the Horizon League Offensive Player of the Week twice during the season (10/31 & 9/12)…earned a spot on the Cherry & White Challenge All-Tournament Team after averaging 11.1 assists per set against Temple (9/9), Rutgers (9/10), and New Hampshire (9/10) – including a 50-assist performance against the Owls…named to the CSU Invitational All-Tournament Team following a season-high 54-assist match against Tennessee (9/2) and a 26-assist performance against Eastern Michigan (9/2)…recorded nine double-doubles on the season, including five in Horizon League play…tallied a season-best five total blocks against Oakland (9/23), Milwaukee (10/7), and Green Bay (10/12). 2015 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in and started all 33 matches for the Vikings as the primary setter…posted 1,413 total assists on the year, a mark that ranks third on the Cleveland State single-season record list…the 1,413 total helpers also set a sophomore class record and ranked 11th nationally… finished the season with 1,947 career assists, ranking seventh in the CSU career record book…recorded seven double-doubles on the season and tallied 50 or more assists in six matches…also posted 81 total blocks on the season, including a career-high nine against Eastern Illinois (9/15)…recorded a career-high 65 assists at Milwaukee (10/24)…helped the Vikings capture the 2016 Horizon League Tournament championship with 53 assists against Northern Kentucky (11/21) and 35 helpers against Valparaiso (11/22)…named the Horizon League Offensive Player of the Week after helping the Vikings clinch the Regular Season Title with three straight 40-assist performances against Northern Kentucky (11/10), UIC (11/13) and Valparaiso (11/14)…earned a spot on the Blue/Gold Invitational All-Tournament Team after helping the Vikings capture the tournament title, including a 56-assist and career-high 15 dig effort against Radford (9/18)…posted 53 assists along with nine digs against EIU…tallied 52 helpers and six kills against Central Michigan (9/4)… recorded 50 assists against Wright State (10/10)…finished the season with 34 assists, five kills and a pair of digs against top-seeded USC in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. 2014 // FRESHMAN SEASON Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team…appeared in all 28 matches, splitting setting duties for the Vikings…finished the season with a team-high 534 assists and ranked ninth among Horizon League players averaging 5.62 assists per set…posted a seasonhigh 49 assists against Youngstown State (10/17)…notched at least 30 assists three more times throughout the season – 38 against Green Bay (10/11), 44 at Milwaukee (11/8), and 43 at Youngstown State (11/14)…also tallied 134 digs on the season, including a season-high of nine multiple times…finished with 15 service aces, including a season-best of three against Tennessee Tech (8/30). HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Padua Franciscan High School…named First Team All-Conference, Second Team All-District, and Third Team All-Ohio as a junior…earned First Team All-Conference, All-District, and All-Ohio honors as a senior…led Padua Franciscan to four district championships, three North Coast Conference championships (as a so., jr., sr.), one regional championship (sr.), and a State Championship (sr.)…team compiled a 90-19 record during her four-year career…participated in the all-district and all-ohio all star games. PERSONAL Born February 7, 1996 in Cleveland, Ohio…daughter of John and Marisa Kilner…has one brother, Michael…father played baseball for the Atlanta Braves…member of the National Honor Society…business major.

GINA KILNER


KILLS|7|at VALPO, 11/14/15

HIT %|.667|Multiple Times

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DIGS|3|at UWM, 11/8/14

BLOCKS|3|NAVY, 9/12/14

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KATIE MIHALIK

SR | OH | 6-0 | AVON LAKE, OHIO

2016 // JUNIOR SEASON Made an appearance in 10 matches for the Vikings…recorded three kills against Boise State (9/3)…notched two kills and one block against Eastern Michigan (9/2) at the CSU Invitational…tallied two kills and one block assist against Northern Kentucky (10/29). 2015 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Came off the bench to play in 30 matches for the Vikings as an outside hitter…combined for 32 kills on the season, including a career-high of seven at Valparaiso (11/14)…tallied four kills on a .667 hitting percentage (4-0-6) against Eastern Illinois (9/11)… posted three kills without an error against Youngstown State (10/2)…tallied a pair of kills on five other occasions. 2014 // FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 15 matches, recording 34 kills and 10 blocks…notched a season-high six kills against Valparaiso (10/4), Milwaukee (11/8), and Youngstown State (11/14)…posted a season-best three block assists in her collegiate debut against Navy (9/12)…also notched three digs and two block assists along with her six kills at Milwaukee (11/8). HIGH SCHOOL Named Lorain County Miss Volleyball, Lorain County MVP, and SWC First Team following her senior campaign…led Avon Lake to a pair of SWC Championships, recording 770 kills during her career…also earned All-District Second Team honors after leading the Shoremen to a District Championship as a senior…participated in the Lorain County and District All-Star games. PERSONAL Born November 21, 1995…daughter of John and Michelle Mihalik…has two older brothers, Eric who played hockey at Colgate, and Brian who played football at Boston College…member of Young Life…early education major.

KATIE MIHALIK


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RACHAEL DOHAR

JR | DS | 5-4 | STRONGSVILLE, OHIO

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2016 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in every match as a defensive specialist for the Vikings…recorded double-digit digs during six matches, including a career-high 12-dig performance against Seton Hall (8/27) in the season-opening Notre Dame Invitational…was just shy of a double-double with 10 digs and a career-high eight assists against Oakland (11/19) in the semifinals of the Horizon League Tournament…totaled 21 service aces on the year, including a career-high four aces against New Hampshire (9/10) at the Temple Invitational…recorded eight digs, two assists, and one service ace in the Horizon League Championship match, helping the Vikings to a victory over Green Bay (11/20). 2015 // FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 26 matches for the Vikings as a defensive specialist…combined for 68 digs on the season, with a season-best 10-dig effort against Valparaiso (11/14) in the regular season finale…posted nine digs along with a pair of assists against Central Michigan (9/4)…tallied seven digs against Notre Dame (8/29) and Akron (9/4)…combined for 12 service aces on the season, recording two against Indiana (8/28) and Akron. HIGH SCHOOL Three-time Northeast Ohio Conference Defensive Player of the Year…named first team all-conference and first team all-district after setting three school records as a senior…also picked up all-conference and all-district accolades as a sophomore and junior…helped lead Strongsville High School to three sectional championships and two conference titles throughout her high school campaign. PERSONAL Born June 7, 1997 in Middleburg, Ohio…daughter of Robert and Charlene Dohar…has three brothers, Bobby, Corey, and Ricky… business major.

RACHAEL DOHAR


KILLS|12|vs. UT, 9/2/16

HIT %|.900|NKU, 11/10/15

ASSISTS|1|Multiple Times

ACES|3|vs. IU, 8/28/15 DIGS|6|vs. IU, 8/28/15

BLOCKS|5|Multiple Times

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RACHEL STOVER

JR | OH | 6-2 | PITTSBURGH, PA

2016 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Made an appearance in 19 matches throughout the season…named to the CSU Invitational All-Tournament Team after recording a career-high 12 kills on a .357 hitting percentage against Tennessee (9/2)…also added a season-high five block assists against the Volunteers…notched eight kills on a .889 clip against Indiana (9/17) at the Hoosier Classic…tallied six kills against Rutgers (9/10) at the Temple Invitational…recorded four kills and three block assists against Arkansas State (9/17). 2015 // FRESHMAN SEASON Named to the Horizon League All-Freshman Team…appeared in all 33 matches for the Vikings…helped the Vikings capture the Horizon League Tournament championship after a career-high performance against Northern Kentucky in the semifinals (11/21) with 11 kills and five block assists…also tallied a career-high 11 kills against Central Michigan (9/4)…posted her most efficient match of the year against Northern Kentucky in the regular season (11/10), posting nine kills on a .900 hitting percentage (9-0-10)…recorded a trio of four-block performances against CMU, Northern Kentucky (10/13) and Valparaiso (11/22)… finished the season with four kills and three block assists against top-seeded USC in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. HIGH SCHOOL Two-time all-state honoree and 2014 Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Player of the Year…three-time all-sectional honoree…earned first team all-league accolades as a junior and senior and third team all-league honors as a sophomore… helped lead Thomas Jefferson High School to three sectional championships and an eighth place finish at the state tournament as a senior. PERSONAL Born on May 29, 1997 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania…daughter of Jeff and Tina Stover…has three brothers, David, John, and Mark…health sciences major.

RACHEL STOVER


KILLS|4|at VALPO, 11/14/15

HIT %|.667|vs. IUPUI, 9/16/16 ASSISTS|1|Multiple Times ACES|-|---

DIGS|2|vs. IUPUI, 9/16/16

BLOCKS|6|vs. RMU, 9/19/15

MARIAH CARRERO-JOHNSON

JR | MH | 5-11 | ELYRIA, OHIO

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2016 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in 14 matches as a middle hitter for the Vikings…notched multiple kills during four matches, including against IUPUI (9/16) at the Hoosier Classic along with a career-best .667 hitting percentage…also recorded a season-best three block assists against the Jaguars…tallied two blocks and two kills against Youngstown State (11/6). 2015 // FRESHMAN SEASON Saw limited action for the Vikings, appearing in 16 matches…combined for 13 kills on a .480 hitting percentage, seven block assists, two solo blocks and a pair of digs on the year…posted a season-high four kills at Valparaiso (11/14) on a .571 clip…notched three kills against Binghamton (9/ 5) and Robert Morris (9/ 18), while also posting a season-high five block assists against RMU. HIGH SCHOOL Earned all-conference honorable mention accolades as a senior…named a Lorain County Senior All Star…captured the Elyria High Brick Wall award. PERSONAL Born November 22, 1996 in Westlake, Ohio…daughter of Eric Johnson and Victoria Carrero…has two sisters, Kayla and Katelyn…named to the High Honor Roll, Honor Roll, and Merit Roll…speech and hearing major.

MARIAH CARRERO-JOHNSON


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ASSISTS|3|at WSU, 10/14/16

ACES|2|Multiple Times

DIGS|14|Multiple Times BLOCKS|-|---

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JORDAN VERBIAK

SO | DS | 5-3 | BRUNSWICK, OHIO

2016 // FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in every match as a defensive specialist for the Vikings…recorded double-digit digs during nine matches, including career-high 14-dig performances against Boise State (9/3) and Milwaukee (10/22)…notched back-to-back 11-dig matches against Oakland (11/19) and Green Bay (11/20) in the Horizon League semifinals and championship match, respectively…posted 12 digs against New Hampshire (9/10) at the Temple Invitational…recorded 11 digs against Oakland (9/23) in the Horizon League opener…finished the year with 20 service aces, including a season-best two aces on six occasions. HIGH SCHOOL Named Honorable Mention All-Ohio, Second Team All-District, and All-Greater Cleveland Conference after leading Brunswick High School to a conference championship as a senior…picked up First Team All-GCC and Second Team All-District honors as a junior, while being named Honorable Mention All-GCC as a sophomore…finished her high school campaign with over 1,400 digs, setting a Brunswick High School record with 520 digs as a junior. PERSONAL Born April 26, 1998 in Cleveland, Ohio…daughter of Joe and Francine Verbiak…has one brother, Joey…earned Cum Laude honors her first three years of high school…undecided on a major.

JORDAN VERBIAK


KILLS|17|at NKU, 9/30/16

HIT %|.478|at WSU, 10/14/16 ASSISTS|1|Multiple Times ACES|-|---

DIGS|7|at UWM, 10/22/16

BLOCKS|6|vs. IUPUI, 9/16/16

SARA SKEENS

SO | OH | 5-11 | WOOSTER, OHIO

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2016 // FRESHMAN SEASON Named the Horizon League Co-Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Freshman Team…appeared in all but two matches as one of Cleveland State’s primary outside hitters…recorded double-digit kills during 16 matches… named the Horizon League Offensive Player of the Week after posting 10 kills against Oakland (11/5) and 11 kills on a .400 hitting percentage against Youngstown State (11/6)…tallied a season-high 17 kills against Northern Kentucky (9/30)…notched 15 kills along with a season-high seven digs against Milwaukee (10/22)…tallied back-to-back 13-kill matches against Oakland (11/19) and Green Bay (11/20) in the Horizon League Tournament…recorded a season-high six blocks along with 10 kills against IUPUI (9/16) at the Hoosier Classic…recorded 12 kills on a season-best .478 hitting percentage against Wright State (10/14)… notched 12 kills and three block assists against Boise State (9/3). HIGH SCHOOL Two-time PAC 7 Player of the Year…four-time All-Ohio honoree…selected as the District 4 Player of the Year…named to the AllPAC 7 First Team three times…District 4 First Team honoree…combined for 1,840 kills throughout high school, leading Triway to three straight PAC 7 championships as a sophomore, junior, and senior…helped Triway capture a District championship as a sophomore along with an eight place finish in the Ohio State Tournament. PERSONAL Born July 10, 1997 in Wooster, Ohio…daughter of John and Sue Skeens…has one sister, Katie…named to the Merit Roll during high school…majoring in journalism and communications.

SARA SKEENS


KILLS|8|UIC, 10/8/16

HIT %|.500|EMU, 9/2/16

ASSISTS|1|UWM, 10/7/16 ACES|1|at GB, 11/9/16

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TRINNITI HALL

SO | MH | 5-10 | ORVILLE, OHIO

2016 // FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in 16 matches throughout the season helping Cleveland State’s offensive attack…posted a season-high eight kills along with five digs and two blocks against UIC (10/8)…stepped into the starting lineup for the first time against Arizona in the NCAA Tournament (12/2), finishing with seven kills on a .455 hitting percentage…notched five kills and a pair of block assists against Milwaukee (10/7)…recorded four kills and two blocks against New Hampshire (9/10) in the Temple Invitational. HIGH SCHOOL Two-time District Player of the Year - earning the honor as a junior and senior…named All-Ohioan as a sophomore, junior, and senior…three-time First Team All-OCC selection…led Orrville to three straight OCC championships as a sophomore, junior, and senior while also helping team capture a district championship during her final campaign…was just shy of notching 1,000 kills and digs during her high school career, finishing with 985 kills, 929 digs, and 341 blocks. PERSONAL Born June 15, 1997 in Orville, Ohio…granddaughter of Shirley Nelson and niece of Kim Waller…Has one brother, Jalen and three sisters, Tenya, Taylor, and Jayan…member of the OCC Leadership team throughout high school…majoring in athletic training.

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CHRISTINA HUDGENS

R-FR | S | 5-10 | NOVI, MI

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2016 // FRESHMAN SEASON Redshirted to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL Led Novi High School to the 2015 Michigan Class A State Championship as a senior…helped Novi pick up four straight Kensington Lakes Athletic Association titles…part of district and regional championship teams as a junior and senior…also part of a Class A State Championship runner-up team as a junior. PERSONAL Born April 21, 1998 in Southfield, Michigan…daughter of Pat and Lisa Hudgens…has one sister, Sara…named to the A/B Honor Roll throughout high school…served as a Student Council Representative…majoring in chemical engineering.

CHRISTINA HUDGENS


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AMBRE PIERCE

R-FR | MH | 5-11 | RICHMOND HEIGHTS, OHIO

2016 // FRESHMAN SEASON Redshirted to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL Two-time All-North Coast League First Team honoree…picked up NCL MVP honors and First Team All-Ohio accolades as a senior…led Notre Dame Cathedral Latin to back-to-back Ohio State Championships as a junior and senior…picked up First Team All-District, First Team News Herald, and Second Team All-Ohio honors as a junior…led the NCL in hitting percentage as a junior and senior, while also ranking second among Division II players in the state of the Ohio in the category. PERSONAL Born March 15, 1998 in Cleveland, Ohio…daughter of Tim and Angela Pierce…has one brother, Aaron and one sister, Alexandra…earned Second Honors every year of her high school career…majoring in business.

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HALLE SCHOEN

FR | OH | 5-11 | BELLEVUE, OHIO

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Norwalk St. Paul High School…named the Firelands Conference Player of the Year…earned First Team All-Conference and All-District honors…also picked up Second and Third Team All-Ohio accolades throughout her prep career…holds the Norwalk St. Paul record for most kills in a single match (29) and most kills in a single season (376)…led Norwalk St. Paul to a pair of league titles as a freshman and senior, while also helping the team capture the district championship during her final season.

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PERSONAL Born October 20, 1998 in Bellevue, Ohio…daughter of Marc and Marianne Schoen…has one brother, Clay, and two sisters, Devin and Sydney…named First Team All-Academic…earned a spot on the Norwalk St. Paul Honor Roll…member of the National Honor Society…plans to major in health sciences/pre-dental.

HANNAH GREENE

FR | MH | 6-1| McDONALD, PA

HIGH SCHOOL Named the Washington Health Systems Athlete of the Year as a junior…earned First Team All-State and First Team All-WPIAL honors throughout her prep career…two-time recipient of the Washington Health Systems Athlete of the Month award…named the Observer Reporter and Post Gazette Player of the Week.

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PERSONAL Born April 11, 1999 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania…daughter of Jeff and Tracy Greene…has one brother, Blake…earned Highest Honor Roll accolades…named the Vice President of the Senior Class…served as Vice President of Student Council…plans to major in health sciences.

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GEORGIANA VOIEBUNA

FR | DS | 5-3 | ASHBURN, VA

HIGH SCHOOL Tabbed as an AVCA Phenom as a sophomore and junior…named to the AVCA Under Armour AllAmerica Watch List as a senior…three-year letterwinner at Broad Run High School…member of the USAV National High Performance Youth and Women’s Junior A2 teams.

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PERSONAL Born January 7, 1999 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania…daughter of Gheorghe and Simona Voiebuna… two-year member of the National Honors Society…named to the A/B Honor Roll throughout high school…plans to major in health sciences.

EMILY DeGEORGE

FR | OH | 5-9 | JEFFERSON, OHIO

HIGH SCHOOL Three-time All American Conference Player of the Year…named to the All-AAC First Team and AllCounty First Team all four years of her prep career…picked up All-County Player of the Year honors as a sophomore and senior…named the District I Player of the Year during her final campaign… earned Honorable Mention All-State accolades as a sophomore and junior…led Jefferson Area High School to three All American Conference titles and helped the Falcons to a Runner-Up finish at the District Tournament as a senior.

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PERSONAL Born May 16, 1999 in Ashtabula, Ohio…daughter of Rick and Becky DeGeorge…has one sister, Sarah, and one brother, Joey…carried a perfect 4.0 GPA throughout high school…named to the National Honor Society…plans on majoring in nursing.

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JESSICA HERMAN

FR | DS | 5-5 | TALLMADGE, OHIO

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Tallmadge High School…named First Team All-Suburban League as a junior and senior…earned Honorable Mention All-Suburban League accolades as a freshman and sophomore…led Tallmadge High School to a trio of District Runner-Up finishes as a freshman, sophomore and senior.

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PERSONAL Born September 9, 1999 in Akron, Ohio…daughter of Dave and Jennifer Herman…has two brothers, Ryan and Mitchell…named to the Tallmadge Honor Roll throughout high school…earned Suburban League Scholar-Athlete accolades three times…named to the All-Academic District 3 team as a sophomore…plans to major in nursing.

AMMAARAH WILLIAMS

FR | MH | 5-11 | MAPLE HEIGHTS, OHIO

HIGH SCHOOL Two-time All-Ohio and three-time All-District honoree…finished as the Maple Heights career leader in kills with 1,017 total kills…also finished with a career-high 198 service aces…named the team MVP three times.

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PERSONAL Born August 5, 1999 in Cleveland Heights, Ohio…daughter of Marvin and Angela Williams…has one brother, Winston and one sister, Antwanese…earned Honor Roll and Merit Roll accolades…plans to major in business.

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CLEVELAND VIKING VOLLEYBALL STATE Coach Bios


CHUCK VOSS

HEAD COACH | 18TH SEASON

After capturing the program’s fourth Horizon League Tournament title last season - and the second straight league championship - Chuck Voss returns for his 18th season at the helm of the Vikings during the 2017 campaign. Under Voss, who guided the Vikings to back-to-back titles for the first time in program history, Cleveland State has become a perennial powerhouse in the Horizon League, achieving success on and off the court year-after-year. Throughout his tenure at Cleveland State, Voss has guided the Vikings to four Horizon League Regular Season titles and four Horizon League Tournament crowns. Voss has also led Cleveland State to seven 20-win seasons, and enters the 2017 campaign as the program’s all-time winningest coach with 315 career victories with the Vikings. Voss, who is the reigning Horizon League Coach of the Year, picked up his fifth coach of the year honor after guiding the Vikings to a 25-6 record last season. The 2016 campaign was capped off by Cleveland State’s fourth trip to the NCAA Tournament and the honor of reaching the 300-win milestone

for Voss with the Vikings. During his 17-year stint at Cleveland State, Voss has mentored 18 first team allleague selections, 16 all-newcomer team selections, 12 all-region honorees, and seven All-Americans. Among these honorees are returners Gina Kilner (2016 Horizon League Setter of the Year), Sara Skeens (2016 Horizon League Co-Freshman of the Year), and Alexis Middlebrooks (2016 All-Horizon League First Team). This trio will have a large leadership role to fill for Voss during the 2017 season following the graduation of Grace Kauth - one of the most decorated players in program history. Kauth was named the 2016 Horizon League Player and Offensive Player of the Year, becoming just the fourth Viking to earn the accolade during Voss’ 17-year tenure, finishing her illustrious career ranked in the top-10 in seven statistical categories. Voss, who enters the 2017 season with a record of 315-195 at Cleveland State, became the first coach in program history to record 300 career wins and is the only active coach in the Horizon League to achieve the feat at their current school. Voss’ continued dedication to the Cleveland State volleyball program has led the Vikings to become one of the top teams in the state of Ohio, and a Horizon League Championship contender year-in and year-out. Over the last 10 seasons the Vikings have made four NCAA Tournament appearances, and have garnered national recognition to earn neutral site matches during their 2007 and 2016 NCAA Tournament bids. During the 2015 season Voss led the Vikings to a turnaround season, finishing the campaign with a 26-7 record, capturing the Horizon League Regular Season and Tournament titles - the program’s third tournament and regular season titles. Despite notching a program-high under Voss with the 26 wins, the Vikings were sent to top-seeded USC in the NCAA Tournament, eventually falling 3-1 to the national No. 1 seed in the first round. Cleveland State’s second NCAA Tournament appearance came during the 2012 season, when the Vikings captured the Horizon League Tournament title and earned the league’s automatic bid into the tournament field. The Vikings were sent to Kansas, where they notched their first-ever set victory in the NCAA Tournament. Voss and the Vikings picked up their first NCAA Tournament bid during the 2007 season, when Cleveland State swept through the Horizon League Tournament to claim its first-ever championship. The Vikings made their first appearance on a national stage against Albany, kicking off a string of three championships for Voss and the Vikings. VOSS COACHING HIGHLIGHTS

All-time winningest coach in program history with 315 wins // Five-time Horizon League Coach of the Year 2015 AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year // 1996 NAIA Midwest Classic Conference Coach of the Year

CHUCK VOSS


Since Cleveland State’s first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2007, Voss has led the ViTHE VOSS COACHING FILE kings to a 207-98 record (.678) including a 109-45 (.707) mark in Horizon League matches. Throughout this 10-year stretch, Voss has turned Cleveland State into a prominent name Mount Mercy (1995-96) among Division I volleyball teams. Year W L Pct. The climb to be a championship contender year-after-year was not an easy one though. 1995 10 21 .322 When Voss arrived in Cleveland to take over the program in 2000, the Vikings had not 1996 23 15 .605 enjoyed a winning season in 17 years and were coming off a season in which they won just eight matches and were just 3-9 in the league. But that did not deter Voss, who guided Career 33 36 .478 CSU to a respectable 19-36 mark during his first two seasons at the helm. It was in 2002 that Voss really began to show what he could do on the sidelines, leading Cleveland State (2000 - Present) CSU to its first winning season (18-13) in 19 years. Since then, Voss has been at the helm Year W L Pct. for 12 winning seasons with the Vikings – making Cleveland State one of just two Horizon 2000 12 17 .413 League teams to have at least 12 winning seasons during this span. 2001 7 19 .269 Voss recorded another program first during the 2004 season, leading the Vikings to the 2002 18 13 .581 Horizon League Championship match for the first time in program history. Over the next 12 seasons, Voss has guided the Vikings back to the title match seven times and has been 2003 18 16 .529 part of four championship teams during this stretch (2007, 2012, 2015, 2016) - becoming 2004 15 13 .536 one of just two active coaches with multiple league titles under their name. 2005 19 10 .655 Voss came to Cleveland State after serving as an assistant coach at Missouri for three 2006 19 9 .679 seasons. While in Columbia, he was responsible for recruiting, travel planning, preparing 2007 23 9 .719 scouting reports, academics, camps and other various day-to-day coaching duties. 2008 11 19 .367 While his recruiting efforts didn’t necessarily show up in the win column during 2009 26 8 .765 his three-year tenure, Missouri went 24-7 in 2000 (Voss’ first year in Cleveland), won 14 matches in the always-tough Big XII, was nationally ranked for part of the year and ad2010 22 7 .759 vanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history - all with the players 2011 21 8 .733 that Voss helped sign. 2012 23 7 .767 Prior to his stint at Missouri, Voss served as the head coach at Mount Mercy College in 2013 16 13 .551 Cedar Rapids, Iowa from 1995-96. While there, he improved the team’s record from 10-21 2014 14 14 .500 to 23-15, earning 1996 NAIA Midwest Classic Conference Coach of the Year honors. 2015 26 7 .787 A 1994 graduate of Ohio State with a degree in physical education, Voss was a two-year 2016 25 6 .806 starter as a setter and a captain on the men’s varsity volleyball team. He ranks seventh all-time at OSU with 2,836 assists and fifth with a career average of Career 315 195 .617 13.13 assists per game. He was one of only 48 participants invited to both the 1990 and ‘91 United States Olympic Festivals. After graduation, Voss got his coaching career started by spending a year as a student assistant for the Buckeye women’s squad under head coach Jim Stone. Voss and his wife Margo have two daughters, London (17) and Laken (13), and two sons, Sterling (22) and Denver (19). The family resides in Amherst, Ohio.

The Voss Family: Sterling, Margo, London, Laken, Chuck, and Denver

CHUCK VOSS


PHIL ABIAD

ASSISTANT COACH | 18TH SEASON Phil Abiad has been a fixture on the Cleveland State bench as an assistant coach for the last 17 seasons, standing as one of the top assistant coaches in the Horizon League and the entire Midwest region. Abiad is entering his 14th season as a full-time member of the staff after serving as a volunteer assistant coach for the first five seasons (1999-2003). Over the last 10 years, Abiad has aided the Vikings in posting a combined 207-98 (.678) record - with seven 20-win seasons - along with a quartet of Horizon League Tournament Championships and NCAA Tournament appearances (2007, 2012, 2015, 2016). He has also been part of four regular season league titles – as the Vikings captured the program’s first-ever regular season crown in 2009 and again in 2012, 2015 & 2016. Abiad’s duties include acting as the recruiting and video coordinator, assisting with the preparation of scouting reports, directing the scout team and assisting with summer camps. A native of Lebanon, Abiad is an avid indoor and beach volleyball player. He played club Volleyball in Europe and has refereed high school volleyball in the Cleveland area. A 1990 graduate of Cleveland State, Abiad holds a degree in marketing. While a student at CSU, he played on the men’s club volleyball team. Abiad resides in North Royalton with his wife Kate Peterson Abiad, the head women’s basketball coach at Cleveland State, and their soon-to-be eight-year old daughter, Mea and one year old daughter, Remi.

KELLY SVOBODA

ASSISTANT COACH | FIRST SEASON

Kelly Svoboda will begin her first season as part of the Cleveland State coaching staff during the 2017 season, joining the Vikings as an assistant coach. In addition to on-floor coaching, Svoboda will also be responsible for recruiting and working with the slate of summer camps. Svoboda joins the Viking coaching staff after serving in the same position for the past three seasons at Fairfield University, where she helped the Stags to a 68-28 record during her tenure. During her time at Fairfield, the Stags captured back-to-back MAAC Tournament Championships during the 2015 and 2016 seasons, while also claiming the MAAC Regular Season title during both years. Svoboda played her collegiate volleyball at Buffalo, where she was the team’s primary libero throughout her four-year career. As a two-year captain for the Bulls, Svoboda holds the program record for career digs with 1,928, while she also holds the single-season record after posting 634 digs as a senior. Following her senior campaign, Svoboda was named the Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Year and earned a spot on the All-MAC First Team, becoming the first Buffalo player to earn either honor in the Mid-American Conference. A native of Cleveland, Svoboda played her high school volleyball at Trinity, while playing her club volleyball with Cleveland Volleyball Company.

ASSISTANT COACHES


RON GASPER

VOLUNTEER ASST. COACH | 2nd SEASON Ron Gasper returns to the Cleveland State sideline for his second campaign during the 2017 season,serving as a volunteer assistant coach for the Vikings. Gasper comes to Cleveland State with multiple years of experience at the high school and club level, most recently serving as the JV and Varsity assistant coach at Fairvew High School. Prior to his stint at Fairvew, Gasper also served as an assistant for various levels at Olmsted Falls High School. Gasper has also put his name in the club volleyball scene, coaching at AdVance, Southwest Volleyball Club, and CVC.

DOUG EWING

STATISTICIAN | 11TH SEASON

Doug Ewing is beginning his 11th season with the Cleveland State volleyball team. Ewing performs many duties with the program, the most important of which is recording various statistics during matches. Ewing has been with Cleveland State for all four Horizon League Championship runs - as part of the Viking staff during the 2007, 2012, 2015 and 2016 seasons. Ewing, a 2005 graduate of The Ohio State University, also works with the Cleveland State women’s basketball team.

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JACKIE WISE

ATHLETIC TRAINER | 19TH SEASON Jackie Wise is beginning her 19th year as an athletic trainer at Cleveland State, and her fourth as Head Athletic Trainer after earning the promotion prior to the 2014-15 academic year. Wise has been with the volleyball team for 14 seasons, including all four Horizon League Championship runs (2007, 2012, 2015 & 2016). A certified member of both the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and the Ohio Athletic Trainer’s Association, Wise also works with the Viking softball team throughout the season. In addition, she assists in overseeing the medical needs of all CSU student-athletes throughout the year. A 1988 graduate of West Virginia with a bachelor’s in physical education and athletic training, she earned her master’s in physical education and sports fitness from Purdue. From 1988-89, she served as a graduate assistant in the Boilermakers training office. Wise then moved on to Northwestern, where she was an assistant athletic trainer from 1989-95, before being promoted to an associate trainer from 1995-99.

GABRIELLA WOOD

STUDENT MANAGER | FIRST SEASON

Gabriella Wood joins the Vikings as a student manager for the first time during the 2017 season, and will be responsible for a variety of tasks around the office and on gameday. Wood comes to Cleveland State following a successful high school career at Huron High School where she was a two-time All-Ohio honoree, three-time All-District honoree and four-time All-Conference honoree. As a senior, Wood was named the Conference and District Player of the Year, while she also led her team to a State Championship as a sophomore. Wood is currently a freshman at Cleveland State University and is planning on pursuing a degree in business.

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CLEVELAND VIKING VOLLEYBALL STATE 2016 Season Review


2016 SEASON REVIEW BACK-TO-BACK: VIKINGS CAPTURE HORIZON LEAGUE TITLES For the third time in program history - and second straight season - the Vikings swept the Horizon League titles, picking up both the Regular Season and Tournament crowns during 2016. This marks the fourth time that the Vikings have been Regular Season Champions (2009, 2012 & 2015) and also the fourth time that the Vikings have been Tournament Champions (2007, 2012 & 2015). Cleveland State finished the regular season with a 14-2 mark in league action, setting a program record for league wins in a season. CSU NOTCHES 20-WIN SEASON Cleveland State finished the 2016 season with a 25-6 record - notching the seventh 20-win season under head coach Chuck Voss and the 16th 20-win season in program history. The 25 wins marks the second highest single-season win total at Cleveland State over the past 30 years, and also marks the second straight season that the Vikings have eclipsed 25 wins. VOSS BECOMES ALL-TIME WINNINGEST COACH Following the seventh 20-win season during his tenure at Cleveland State, head coach Chuck Voss finished the 2016 season as the program’s all-time winningest coach with 315 career victories. Voss, who has notched a .617 win percentage during his time with the Vikings, has led Cleveland State to winning campaigns during 14 of his 17 seasons. VIKINGS CLAIM HANDFUL OF HORIZON LEAGUE MAJOR HONORS The Vikings were well represented in the 2016 Horizon League postseason honors, as Cleveland State claimed five of the six major awards. Senior Grace Kauth, who earned Horizon League accolades every year of her career, was named the Player and Offensive Player of the Year, while junior Gina Kilner was named the Setter of the Year, rookie Sara Skeens was named the Co-Freshman of the Year, and Chuck Voss was tabbed the Co-Head Coach of the Year. MIDDLEBROOKS NAMED TOURNAMENT MVP For the second straight season, junior Alexis Middlebrooks was named the Horizon League Tournament MVP after leading the Vikings to their fourth tournament title. Middlebrooks tallied a team-high 35 kills on a .353 hitting percentage along with six blocks on the tournament - posting 15 kills against Oakland in the semifinals and following that up with a teambest 20-kill performance against Green Bay in the championship. KILNER RISES UP CAREER RECORD BOOK Throughout the season, junior setter Gina Kilner worked her way up the CSU Career Record Book, finishing the season ranked sixth with 3,199 career assists. Kilner, who became one of just six Vikings all-time to reach the 3,000-assist milestone, averaged 10.61 assists per set during the 2016 season and was named the Horizon League Setter of the Year. KAUTH PICKS UP OFF COURT HONORS In addition to her numerous accolades on the volleyball court, senior Grace Kauth also picked up multiple honors off the court throughout her Cleveland State tenure. As a senior, Kauth was named one of 30 nation-wide candidates for the Senior CLASS Award and was Cleveland State’s nomination for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Kauth was also a two-time Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the Fall (2015 & 2016), and was a three-time member of the Horizon League Fall Academic Team (2014, 2015 & 2016).

2016 SEASON REVIEW


2016 Cleveland State Volleyball Cleveland State Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 04, 2016) All matches

2016 SEASON STATISTICS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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3 2 17 12 7 10 13 16 8 14 23 11 18 1

SLAPPY,Aaliyah MIDDLEBROOKS,Alexi MAST,Sydney KILNER,Gina STOVER,Rachel KAUTH,Grace VERBIAK,Jordan SKEENS,Sara CARRERO-JOHNSON, MIHALIK,Katie HALL, Trinniti GREGA,Shannon DARDEN,Tyra DOHAR,Rachael TEAM CLEVELAND STATE Opponents

sp

109 118 87 118 47 118 118 107 24 12 34 118 68 118 118 118

k

k/s

OVERALL 25-6 14-2 11-4

Attack e

191 1.75 59 324 2.75 96 171 1.97 64 146 1.24 39 49 1.04 14 417 3.53 164 3 0.03 1 269 2.51 136 11 0.46 7 9 0.75 6 30 0.88 23 1 0.01 1 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 1621 13.74 611 1435 12.16 677

ta

pct

HOME 11-2 7-1 4-1

Set a a/s

sa

AWAY 8-3 7-1 1-2

Serve se sa/s

389 .339 3 0.03 0 2 711 .321 6 0.05 13 31 351 .305 6 0.07 0 1 399 .268 1252 10.61 17 30 133 .263 0 0.00 1 0 1101 .230 48 0.41 27 26 9 .222 40 0.34 20 30 772 .172 6 0.06 0 1 24 .167 2 0.08 0 0 39 .077 0 0.00 0 0 97 .072 1 0.03 1 2 7 .000 97 0.82 28 35 0 .000 0 0.00 2 13 9 -.111 43 0.36 21 29 4041 .250 1504 12.75 130 200 4064 .187 1359 11.52 132 201

NEUTRAL 6-1 0-0 6-1

Dig dig dig/s

bs

0.00 0 27 0.25 0.11 1 53 0.45 0.00 0 35 0.40 0.14 0 250 2.12 0.02 0 15 0.32 0.23 35 332 2.81 0.17 14 248 2.10 0.00 4 54 0.50 0.00 0 3 0.12 0.00 1 2 0.17 0.03 0 12 0.35 0.24 29 437 3.70 0.03 1 15 0.22 0.18 29 190 1.61 - 18 1.10 132 1673 14.18 1.12 130 1573 13.33

20 15 3 5 0 7 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 56 50

re

Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

101 121 103 118 45 48 46 51 17 17 57 64 0 0 40 46 9 9 2 2 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 428 270.0 383 241.5

1.11 1.00 0.55 0.43 0.36 0.54 0.00 0.43 0.38 0.17 0.24 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.29 2.05

10 16 4 8 6 19 0 8 4 0 1 0 0 0 76 67

points

0 261.5 3 403.5 0 196.5 26 191.0 0 58.5 0 479.5 2 23.0 0 295.0 1 15.5 0 10.0 0 35.0 0 29.0 0 2.0 0 21.0 32 2021.0 29 1808.5

Team Statistics CSU OPP Date Opponent Score Score by set Att. W 3-1 25-17,25-27,25-23,25-22 0 ATTACK Aug 26 vs Western Michigan L 0-3 21-25,22-25,18-25 0 Aug 27 at Notre Dame Ki l l s 1621 1435 W 3-0 25-23,25-20,25-21 0 Aug 27 vs Seton Hall Errors 611 677 W 3-0 25-18,25-17,25-21 176 Sep 02 EASTERN MICHIGAN Total Attacks 4041 4064 237 Sep 02 TENNESSEE Attack Pct .250 .187 2016 Cleveland State Volleyball W 3-2 27-29,26-28,25-21,25-22,18-16 L 1-3 17-25,25-17,22-25,9-25 235 Sep 03 BOISE STATE Kills/Set 13.7 12.2 Cleveland State Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 11, 2016) W 3-2 16-25,25-22,25-22,21-25,15-8 527 Sep 09 at Temple SET Conference matches W 3-0 25-19,25-22,25-18 55 Sep 10 vs Rutgers As s i s t s 1504 1359 W 3-1 25-16,22-25,28-26,25-12 75 Sep 10 vs UNH Assists/Set 12.7 11.5 RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL W 3-1 25-20,25-15,26-28,25-17 142 Sep 16 vs IUPUI SERVE W 3-1 25-14,32-30,22-25,29-27 128 Sep 17 vs Arkansas Aces 132 ALL GAMES130 14-2 7-1 State 7-1 0-0 856 Sep 17 at Indiana Errors 200 201 CONFERENCE 14-2 7-1 7-1L 0-3 19-25,20-25,23-25 0-0 *Sep 23 OAKLAND L 2-3 23-25,25-15,25-22,18-25,9-15 307 Aces/Set 1.1 1.1 NON-CONFERENCE 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 *Sep 25 at Youngstown State W 3-0 25-22,25-18,25-20 308 SERVE RECEPTIONS *Sep 30 at Northern Kentucky W 3-2 25-19,20-25,25-20,19-25,15-12 315 Errors 132 130 Attack Serve Dig Blocking *Oct 01 Set at Valparaiso W 3-1 25-23,24-26,25-18,25-21 286 Errors/Set 1.1 1.1 ## Player sp k k/s e ta *Oct pct 07 a MILWAUKEE a/s sa se sa/s re digW dig/s bs ba total blk/s be bhe points 3-2 25-20,22-25,16-25,25-22,15-5 186 DEFENSE 13DigVERBIAK,Jordan 601673 1 0.0215730 2 .*5Oct 00 08 20 0.33 8 127W 2.12 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 16.0 UIC 15 13 0.25 3-0 25-20,25-22,25-12 103 s 8DigCARRERO-JOHNSON, 1014.2 4 0.40 13.31 6 .*5Oct 00 12 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0W 0.00 0 3 3 0.30 2 1 5.5 GREEN BAY 3-0 25-22,25-23,25-11 211 s/Set 3BLOCKING SLAPPY,Aaliyah 57 118 2.07 31 219 .*310/14/16 97 2 0.04 0 11W 0.19 8 48 56 0.98 7 0 150.0 at Wright0State2 0.00 3-0 25-15,25-18,25-16 369 17Block MAST,Sydney 50 56 104 2.08 50 34 192 .*3Oct 65 21 3 0.06 1 0.00 0 19W 0.38 2 28 30 0.60 3 0 120.0 at UIC 0 3-1 25-18,14-25,25-15,25-22 244 Solo 2Block MIDDLEBROOKS,Alexi 60 428 159 2.65 383 45 345 .*3Oct 30 22 1 0.02 4 13 0.07 0 25W 0.42 9 64 73 1.22 11 1 204.0 at Milwaukee 3-2 24-26,34-32,21-25,25-17,15-10 382 Assist 11Total GREGA,Shannon 60 4 .*2Oct 50 28 53 0.88 16 18 0.27 12 255W 4.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 17.0 VALPARAISO 3-0 25-19,25-16,25-17 437 Blocks 270.0 1 0.02241.50 10BloKAUTH,Grace 60 2.3 202 3.37 2.0 83 554 .*2Oct 15 29 23 0.38 16 11 0.27 15 150W 2.50 3 38 41 0.68 7 0 240.0 NORTHERN KENTUCKY 3-0 26-24,25-23,25-21 173 c k s / Se t 16Block SKEENS,Sara 51 76 145 2.84 67 70 375 .*2Nov 00 05 1 0.02 0 1 0.00 1 25W 0.49 3 13 16 0.31 5 0 154.5 at Oakland 3-0 25-16,25-14,25-17 466 Errors 12 KILNER,Gina 60 3264 1.07 29 28 208 .*1Nov 73 06 650 10.83 8 15 STATE 0.13 0 130W 2.17 3 25 28 0.47 3 14 87.5 YOUNGSTOWN 3-0 25-17,26-24,25-21 314 Ball handling errors 7ATTENDANCE STOVER,Rachel 19 10 0.53 6 30 .*1Nov 33 09 0 0.00 0 5 L 0.26 0 6 6 0.32 3 0 14.0 at Green1Bay 0 0.05 2-3 17-25,25-23,25-13,21-25,7-15 530 23TotHALL, Trinniti 21374613 0.624283 12 53 .*0Nov 19 11 1 0.05 2 0.05 0 8W 0.38 0 4 4 0.19 1 0 16.0 WRIGHT1STATE 3-0 25-17,25-21,25-17 258 al 18Dates/Avg DARDEN,Tyra 42 0 0.00 0 .0Nov 00 19 0 0.00 0 8 0.00 0 8W 0.19 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 3-2 25-16,25-14,22-25,16-25,15-11 472 OAKLAND Per Date 13/288 11/3890 1Neutral DOHAR,Rachael 607/57 0 0.00 0 3 .0Nov 00 2018 0.30 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 9.0 3-2 25-20,25-22,23-25,14-25,15-7 637 GREEN 9BAY 15 0.15 14 95W 1.58 site #/Avg 14Current MIHALIK,Katie 7 0 3 0.43 59 02 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 1 L 0.14 0 1 1 0.14 0 0 3.50 0-3 14-25,17-25,13-25 vs Arizona win streak -4 17 -.0Dec TEAM - 97 - Home win streak -CLEVELAND STATE 60 824 13.73 314 2008 Record .254 in772 7012-399 1.17 58 859 14.32 28 230 143.0 2.38 42 17 1037.0 3-set12.87 matches: Opponents 60 686 11.43 365 2029 Record .158 in655 586-1 97 0.97 70 765 12.75 25 193 121.5 2.03 35 19 865.5 4-set10.92 matches: Record in 5-set matches: 7-2 Team Statistics CSU OPP Date Opponent Score Score by set Att. *Sep 23 OAKLAND L 2-3 23-25,25-15,25-22,18-25,9-15 307 ATTACK *Sep 25 at Youngstown State W 3-0 25-22,25-18,25-20 308 Ki l l s 824 686 *Sep 30 at Northern Kentucky W 3-2 25-19,20-25,25-20,19-25,15-12 315 Errors 314 365 *Oct 01 at Valparaiso W 3-1 25-23,24-26,25-18,25-21 286 Total Attacks 2008 2029 *Oct 07 MILWAUKEE W 3-2 25-20,22-25,16-25,25-22,15-5 186 Attack Pct .254 .158 *Oct 08 UIC W 3-0 25-20,25-22,25-12 103 Kills/Set 13.7 11.4 *Oct 12 GREEN BAY W 3-0 25-22,25-23,25-11 211 SET *10/14/16 at Wright State W 3-0 25-15,25-18,25-16 369 As s i s t s 772 655 *Oct 21 at UIC W 3-1 25-18,14-25,25-15,25-22 244 Assists/Set 12.9 10.9

2016 HORIZON LEAGUE STATISTICS

2016 SEASON STATISTICS


2016 HORIZON LEAGUE

2016 Horizon League Honors All-Horizon League Team Grace Kauth, Cleveland State Lydia DeWeese, Green Bay Haley Libs, Northern Kentucky Alexis Middlebrooks, Cleveland State Keely Creamer, Northern Kentucky Morganne Longoria, Valparaiso Gina Kilner, Cleveland State Megan Powers, Green Bay Kelsie Groot, UIC Taylor Snyder, Northern Kentucky Sammy Condon, Oakland Bridget Wallenberger, Milwaukee Honorable Mention Team Emily Campbell, Valparaiso Aaliyah Slappy, Cleveland State Melissa Deatsch, Oakland Jessica Dood, Oakland Val Jeffrey, Youngstown State Katie Klusman, Wright State

Kilner Kauth

Skeens

2016 HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP Final Standings First Round Overall League (4) Oakland 3, (5) Milwaukee 2 W L W L Cleveland State 25 6 14 2 (3) Northern Kentucky 3, (6) Valparaiso 2 Green Bay 21 9 12 4 Northern Kentucky 18 11 11 5 Semifinals Oakland 19 13 10 6 (2) Green Bay 3, (3) Northern Kentucky 0 Milwaukee 15 13 9 7 (1) Cleveland State 3, (4) Oakland 2 Valparaiso 15 19 6 10 UIC 16 14 4 12 Championship Wright State 9 20 4 12 (1) Cleveland State 3, (2) Green Bay 2 Youngstown State 8 22 2 14

2016 HORIZON LEAGUE

All-Newcomer Team Bridget Wallenberger, Milwaukee Sara Skeens, Cleveland State Maddie Yoss, Green Bay Jenn Dore, Milwaukee Jordan Lentz, Oakland Kylie Wilks, Milwaukee Laura Crawford, Northern Kentucky Player & Offensive Player of the Year Grace Kauth, Cleveland State Defensive Player of the Year Morganne Longoria, Valparaiso Setter of the Year Gina Kilner, Cleveland State Co-Freshmen of the Year Bridget Wallenberger, Milwaukee Sara Skeens, Cleveland State Co-Coaches of the Year Sean Burdette, Green Bay Chuck Voss, Cleveland State


CLEVELAND VIKING VOLLEYBALL STATE History & Records


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -B-

Alisha Bable.................................. 98 Nancy Baldwin........... 84, 85, 86, 87 Monica Balta............... 86, 87, 88, 89 Danute Bankaitis........ 76, 77, 78, 79 Siga Bankaitis.............. 85, 86, 87, 88 Jan Barack.................... 83, 84, 85, 86 Megan Barhorst.......... 08, 09, 10, 11 Jordan Bateman.......... 05, 06, 07, 08 Natalie Bauer.......................... 06, 07 Ally Beck..................... 11, 12, 13, 14 Nicole Began........................... 94, 95 Anne Beganyi.......................... 94, 95 Amy Benz.................... 07, 08, 09, 10 Michelle Berrean........................... 87 Lori Betchker..................... 99, 00, 01 Carol Bjerstedt............ 81, 82, 83, 84 Mary Bjerstedt............ 80, 81, 82, 83 Natalie Boling............. 89, 90, 91, 92 Maggie Bonomini....... 06, 07, 08, 09 Debbie Boss................. 79, 80, 81, 82 Jamie Bouyer............... 01, 02, 03, 04 Megan Burgdorf..................... 02, 03 Trish Burkett................................. 95 Tina Burrell.................................... 85 Emily Burvis............... 95, 96, 97, 98

-C-

Cynthia Cageao............................ 85 Katie Calhoon............. 02, 03, 04, 05 Mariah Carrero-Johnson...... 15, 16 Lori Celznik................ 89, 90, 91, 92 Clarisse Chimbanda... 93, 94, 95, 96 Emily Clark................. 02, 03, 04, 05 Kristi Conlon............... 95, 96, 97, 98 Kelly Crain.................. 01, 02, 03, 04 Angela Cuffaro........... 90, 91, 92, 93 Stacie Cunningham.... 95, 96, 97, 98 Andrea Cwiclinski....................... 89 Rita Cyvas............................... 73, 74

-D-

Jackie Dabbelt................... 10, 11, 12 Kristine Dabbelt.......... 99, 00, 01, 02 Whitney Dalessandro...08, 09, 10, 11 Tyra Darden......................................16 Kara Delarber.................... 98, 99, 00 Annie Djukic............... 10, 11, 12, 13 Rachael Dohar........................ 15, 16 Cass Dolhancyk.......... 93, 94, 95, 96 Sarah Douglas............................... 03 Kelly Dyer..................................... 99

-F-

Liz Fazio...................... 06, 07, 08, 09 Rita Felice.................... 81, 82, 83, 84 Alison Fischer............................... 01 Lisa Fiske..................... 80, 81, 82, 83 Erin Foster......................... 00, 01, 02 Marie Frease................ 09, 10, 11, 12 Margot Frederick.................... 05, 06

-G-

Gina Gehlfus........................... 86, 87 Egle Giedraitis............ 72, 73, 74, 75 Cortney Gilbert............................. 04 Jordan Goad................ 08, 09, 10, 11 Amy Grabiec............... 08, 09, 10, 11 Shannon Grega................ 14, 15, 16 Beth Greulich.............. 06, 07, 08, 09 Lindsey Griffith................ 08, 09, 10

-H-

Trinniti Hall.................................. 16 Maggie Hannon.......... 11, 12, 13, 14 Kristen Hartung......... 90, 91, 92, 93 Alisa Hatcher.................... 02, 03, 05 Terry Hazucha............ 73, 74, 75, 76 Joanne Hinkoffer........ 82, 83, 84, 85 Areta Hishynsky.................... 74, 75 Sue Hlavacek.............. 76, 77, 78, 79 Brittany Holland............... 10, 11, 12 Nikki Holmes.............. 12, 13, 14, 15 Rhonda Holmes.......... 90, 91, 92, 94 Logan Holthaus............................ 13 Michelle Horton........................... 95 Molly Hoying.............. 97, 98, 99, 00 Marilyn Hrabak.......... 77, 78, 79, 80 Amy Hurley............................ 97, 98 Felicia Hyde................ 83, 84, 85, 86

-I-

Michelle Iafigliola....... 99, 00, 01, 02

-J-

Belinda Johnson.......... 88, 89, 90, 91 Marche Johnson...................... 13, 14

-M-

Jenna Maddocks......... 02, 03, 04, 05 Linda Mancini............. 86, 87, 88, 89 Sydney Mast..................... 14, 15, 16 Ruta Mazelis............... 75, 76, 77, 78 Amanda Medvetz...... 09, 10, 11, 12 Stacy Melaragno......... 96, 97, 98, 99 Meghan Mental.......... 07, 08, 09, 10 Maureen McGuire...... 87, 88, 89, 90 Alexis Middlebrooks...... 14, 15, 16 Katie Mihalik................... 14, 15, 16 Elizabeth Murphy........................ 15 Kim Myers............................... 96, 97 Sarah Myers............................ 99, 00

-N-

-O-

Nikki Tate.................... 96, 97, 98, 99 Christina Toth............. 12, 13, 14, 15 Jessica Toth.................................... 97 Terry Tuma........................ 85, 86, 87

Rebecca Nabert........... 92, 93, 94, 95 Katie Nesbitt................................. 13 Heather New............... 91, 92, 93, 94 Marybeth Niemetz..... 80, 81, 82, 83 Vanessa Ortiz.............. 89, 90, 91, 92

-P-

Sarah Parker.................................. 06 Amy Plas................................. 93, 94 Chris Pozega............... 80, 81, 82, 83 Stacy Profitt................. 90, 91, 92, 93

-R-

Jenni Ramminger....... 05, 06, 07, 08 Sheri Reed..................................... 88 Dayna Roberts............ 12, 13, 14, 15 Amanda Rogers............................ 98

-K-

Andrea Kalta............... 88, 89, 90, 91 Grace Kauth................ 13, 14, 15, 16 Nickole Kennedy.............. 03, 04, 05 Kelly Kiger.............................. 12, 13 Gina Kilner....................... 14, 15, 16 Erinn Kingman........... 97, 98, 99, 00 Michelle Klingbeil...... 82, 83, 84, 85 Kara Koch.................... 09, 10, 11, 12 Alexis Korovich................ 06, 07, 08 Kim Kovach................ 84, 85, 86, 87 Tracy Kovach.............. 80, 81, 82, 83 Trudy Kuechal............ 77, 78, 79, 80 Amy Kyler......................... 92, 93, 94

-S-

Patty Salvatore............ 76, 77, 78, 79 Bridgette Samamee................ 87, 88 Marcy Schaub............................... 96 Makara Scruggs............................ 10 Danielle Siefker........... 03, 04, 05, 06 Sara Skeens.................................. 16 Aaliyah Slappy........... 13, 14, 15, 16 Michele Smith............. 97, 98, 99, 00 Tammie Smith............. 80, 81, 82, 83 Mel Snyder.................. 04, 05, 06, 07 Seanna Steinle............. 04, 05, 06, 07 Julie Stover.................. 02, 03, 04, 05 Rachel Stover......................... 15, 16 Cathy Streepy............. 87, 88, 89, 90 Debbie Suba................ 83, 84, 85, 86

-T-

-V-

Kerri Van Deusen....... 96, 97, 98, 99 Jordan Verbiak............................. 16 Kourtney Volkmer.................. 10, 11

-W-

Megan Wandersleban... 88, 89, 91, 92 Linda Washut.............. 80, 81, 82, 83 Kerry Winchester........ 10, 11, 12, 13 Tenille Whiteside........ 93, 94, 95, 96

-Y-

Anne Yost.................... 00, 01, 02, 03 Kim Young......................... 91, 92, 93 Kristen Young......................... 91, 92 Bold indicates returning letterwinners

-L-

Mary Lakatos.............. 82, 83, 84, 85 Deirdre Laney............. 96, 97, 98, 99 Kayla Lefeld................ 06, 07, 08, 09 Dawn Lingenfelter........... 12, 13, 14 Amy Ludwig............... 89, 90, 91, 92 Sharon Lung................ 83, 84, 85, 86 Amy Benz was a four-time letterwinner and a three-time First Team All-Horizon League honoree for the Vikings, playing at Cleveland State from 2007 through 2010.

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS


HONORS & AWARDS ALL-LEAGUE HONORS Player of the Year

Kara Koch.................. 2010, 2011, 2012 Amanda Medvetz........................2012 Alexis Middlebrooks.........2015, 2016 Danielle Siefker.............................2005 Michele Smith...............................2000 Mel Snyder..........................2006, 2007 Newcomer of the Year Amy Benz......................................2007 Christina Toth...............................2015 Beth Greulich................................2006 Second Team Alisa Hatcher................................2002 Jenni Ramminger.........................2005 Alisha Bable..................................1998 Sara Skeens....................................2016 Jessica Toth....................................1997 Tenille Whiteside................1995, 1996 Beth Greulich................................2009 Grace Kauth..................................2016 Nickole Kennedy..........................2005 Kara Koch......................................2012

Offensive Player of the Year

Grace Kauth..................................2016 Setter of the Year

Gina Kilner....................................2016 Coach of the Year

Chuck Voss......2005, 2009, 2012, 2015 ........................................................2016 First Team

Amy Benz..................2007, 2008, 2010 Jamie Bouyer.............2002, 2003, 2004 Emily Clark...................................2005 Liz Fazio........................................2009 Marie Frease..................................2012 Jordan Goad.............. 2009, 2010, 2011 Beth Greulich............2006, 2007, 2009 Maggie Hannon..................2013, 2014 Belinda Johnson............................1989 Grace Kauth..............2014, 2015, 2016 Nickole Kennedy................2004, 2005 Gina Kilner....................................2016 Jamie Bouyer 2004

Honorable Mention

Nickole Kennedy 2005 Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Aaliyah Slappy.............................2016 All-Newcomer Team

Amy Benz......................................2007 Jamie Bouyer.................................2001 Kelly Crain....................................2001 Jackie Dabbelt...............................2010 Liz Fazio........................................2006 Jordan Goad..................................2008 Beth Greulich................................2006 Alisa Hatcher................................2002 Grace Kauth..................................2013 Gina Kilner....................................2014 Kara Koch......................................2009 Jenni Ramminger.........................2005 Dayna Roberts..............................2012 Danielle Siefker.............................2003 Sara Skeens....................................2016 Rachel Stover................................2015 Jessica Toth....................................1997

ALL-REGION First Team Amy Benz............................... 2007 (AVCA) Jamie Bouyer.......................... 2004 (AVCA) Liz Fazio................................. 2009 (AVCA) Marie Frease........................... 2012 (AVCA) Jordan Goad........................... 2009 (AVCA) Beth Greulich......................... 2009 (AVCA) Grace Kauth........................... 2016 (AVCA) Nickole Kennedy................... 2005 (AVCA) Kara Koch............................... 2012 (AVCA) Mel Snyder............................. 2007 (AVCA) Honorable Mention Alexis Middlebrooks............ 2015 (AVCA) Christina Toth........................ 2015 (AVCA) COLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL UPDATE Rising Star Team Amy Benz.............................................. 2007 CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT First Team Jenna Maddocks................................... 2005 Second Team Megan Barhorst.....................................2011 Liz Fazio................................................ 2009 CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA Third Team Jenna Maddocks................................... 2005 espnW Player of the Week Alexis Middlebrooks........................... 2016

ALL-AMERICANS Liz Fazio 2009

Honorable Mention

Jordan Goad 2009

Honorable Mention

Beth Greulich 2009

Honorable Mention

Marie Frease 2012

Honorable Mention

Kara Koch 2012

Honorable Mention

HONORS & AWARDS


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Kills

Chris Pozega, 1983...............661 Chris Pozega, 1984...............570 Jamie Bouyer, 2003...............502 Kara Koch, 2012...................500 Tenille Whiteside, 1996.......496 Christina Toth, 2015.............481 Michelle Iafigliola, 2002......476 Grace Kauth, 2015................458 Alisha Bable, 1998................452 Tenille Whiteside, 1995.......452

Kills Per Set

Hitting Percentage

1. Michele Smith, 2000.......... 2. Jamie Bouyer, 2004............. 3. Beth Greulich, 2006............ Jessica Toth, 1997............... 5. Jamie Bouyer, 2003............. 6. Marie Frease, 2012............. 7. Aaliyah Slappy, 2016......... 8. Amy Benz, 2007................. 9. Maggie Hannon, 2013....... 10. Alexis Middlebrooks, 2015..

Assists

.423 .388 .364 .364 .361 .345 .339 .334 .330 .329

1. Chris Pozega, 1983..............5.20 2. Chris Pozega, 1984..............4.70 3. Tenille Whiteside, 1996......4.64 4. Kara Koch, 2012..................4.63 5. Michelle Iafigliola, 2002.....4.21 6. Kara Koch, 2011..................4.20 7. Michele Smith, 2000...........4.06 8. Tenille Whiteside, 1995......4.00 9. Jamie Bouyer, 2004..............3.98 10. Jamie Bouyer, 2003..............3.92

1. Mel Snyder, 2007...............1,469 2. Kelly Crain, 2003...............1,425 3. Gina Kilner, 2015...............1,413 4. Jordan Goad, 2009............1,332 5. Mel Snyder, 2005...............1,302 6. Stacie Cunningham, 1996.....1,287 7. Kelly Crain, 2002...............1,271 8. Gina Kilner, 2016...............1,252 9. Erinn Kingman, 1999........1,232 10. Mel Snyder, 2006...............1,227

1. Chris Pozega, 1983............1,431 2. Chris Pozega, 1984............1,371 3. Kara Koch, 2012................1,363 4. Tenille Whiteside, 1995....1,316 5. Grace Kauth, 2015.............1,279 6. Michelle Iafigliola, 2002....1,269 7. Amy Ludwig, 1990...........1,263 8. Tenille Whiteside, 1996....1,229 9. Alisha Bable, 1998.............1,224 10. Amy Ludwig, 1991...........1,214

1. Jordan Bateman, 2007..........599 2. Amy Grabiec, 2010..............545 3. Nikki Holmes, 2013.............495 4. Amanda Medvetz, 2012......491 5. Jordan Bateman, 2008..........476 6. Dayna Roberts, 2015............475 7. Maggie Bonomini, 2009......458 8. Jordan Bateman, 2006..........457 9. Alisa Hatcher, 2005..............455 10. Amy Grabiec, 2011...............447

Attack Attempts

Snyder

Digs

Service Aces

1. Debbie Suba, 1986..................77 2. Amy Ludwig, 1990................75 3. Debbie Suba, 1985..................71 4. Maureen McGuire, 1988.......66 5. Monica Balta, 1987.................64 6. Gina Gehlfuss, 1987...............61 7. Stacy Profitt, 1991..................59 8. Amy Ludwig, 1989................57 9. Linda Mancini, 1988..............55 10. Rebecca Nabert, 1994............55

Block Assists (since 1990)

1. Jamie Bouyer, 2003...............166 2. Amy Benz, 2007...................159 3. Alexis Middlebrooks, 2015...134 4. Danielle Siefker, 2004..........131 5. Jamie Bouyer, 2004...............127 6. Danielle Siefker, 2005.......... 118 7. Amy Benz, 2008................... 112 8. Stacy Profitt, 1991................ 111 9. Kelly Kiger, 2013.................. 110 10. Jenni Ramminger, 2005.......109 Megan Barhorst, 2009..........109

Solo Blocks

1. Cass Dolhancyk, 1996...........47 2. Stacy Profitt, 1991..................46 3. Stacy Profitt, 1992..................39 4. Cass Dolhancyk, 1995...........38 5. Stacy Melaragno, 1998..........37 6. Cass Dolhancyk, 1994...........34 7. Jamie Bouyer, 2003.................33 Michele Smith, 1998..............33 Kristen Hartung, 1990...........33 10. Jamie Bouyer, 2004.................30 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Total Blocks (since 1990)

Jamie Bouyer, 2003...............199 Amy Benz, 2007...................184 Jamie Bouyer, 2004...............157 Stacy Profitt, 1991................155 Alexis Middlebrooks, 2015...146 Danielle Siefker, 2004..........144 Danielle Siefker, 2003..........144 Danielle Siefker, 2005..........137 Amy Benz, 2008...................125 Nickole Kennedy, 2003........125 Cass Dolhancyk, 1994.........125

Total Points (since 1990)

1. Jamie Bouyer, 2003............693.0 2. Tenille Whiteside, 1996....571.5 3. Michelle Iafigliola, 2002...555.0 4. Kara Koch, 2012................545.0 5. Jamie Bouyer, 2004............533.5 6. Christina Toth, 2015..........528.5 7. Michele Smith, 2000.........513.5 8. Amy Ludwig, 1991...........513.0 9. Grace Kauth, 2015.............512.5 10. Alisha Bable, 1998.............508.5

Points Per Set (since 1990)

1. Tenille Whiteside, 1996......5.34 2. Michele Smith, 2000...........5.08 3. Kara Koch, 2012..................5.05 4. Jamie Bouyer, 2003..............5.02 5. Jamie Bouyer, 2004..............4.94 6. Michelle Iafigliola, 2002.....4.91 7. Jessica Toth, 1997................4.43 8. Nickole Kennedy, 2005.......4.40 9. Tenille Whiteside, 1995......4.39 10. Kara Koch, 2010..................4.37

Sets Played

1. Cathy Streepy, 1987.............158 2. Belinda Johnson, 1987.........157 3. Linda Mancini, 1987............150 4. Monica Balta, 1987...............149 5. Elisa Caraulia, 1987.............147 Maureen McGuire, 1987.....147 7. Natalie Boling, 1988.............146 Linda Mancini, 1988............146 Cathy Streepy, 1988.............146 10. Sherri Reed, 1988.................145

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

LEADERS BY CLASS Freshman Total Yr Kills: Liz Fazio 372 ‘06 Kills/Set: Liz Fazio 3.72 ‘06 Attacks: Liz Fazio 1,028 ‘06 Hitting %: Beth Greulich .364 ‘06 Assists: Jordan Goad 1,186 ‘08 Digs: Dayna Roberts 288 ‘12 Aces: Amy Ludwig 57 ‘89 Block Ast: Amy Benz 159 ‘07 Solo Blocks: Kristen Hartung 33 ‘90 Total Blocks: Amy Benz 184 ‘08 Points: Liz Fazio 417.0 ‘06 Points/Set: Liz Fazio 4.17 ‘06 Sets Played: Sherri Reed 145 ‘88 Sophomore Total Yr Kills: Kara Koch 409 ‘10 Kills/Set: Kara Koch 3.82 ‘10 Attacks: Amy Ludwig 1,263 ‘90 Hitting %: Seanna Steinle .345 ‘05 Assists: Gina Kilner 1,413 ‘15 Digs: Nikki Holmes 495 ‘13 Aces: Amy Ludwig 75 ‘90 Block Ast: Alexis Middlebrooks 134 ‘15 Solo Blocks: Cass Dolhancyk 34 ‘94 Total Blks: Alexis Middlebrooks 146 ‘15 Points: Jamie Bouyer 483.0 ‘02 Points/Set: Kara Koch 4.37 ‘10 Sets Played: Belinda Johnson 157 ‘87 Junior Total Yr Kills: Chris Pozega 661 ‘83 Kills/Set: Chris Pozega 5.20 ‘83 Attacks: Chris Pozega 1,431 ‘83 Hitting %: Jamie Bouyer .361 ‘03 Assists: Kelly Crain 1,425 ‘03 Digs: Jordan Bateman 599 ‘07 Aces: Debbie Suba 71 ‘85 Block Ast: Jamie Bouyer 166 ‘03 Solo Blocks: Stacy Profitt 46 ‘91 Total Blocks: Jamie Bouyer 199 ‘03 Points: Jamie Bouyer 643.0 ‘03 Points/Set: Jamie Bouyer 5.02 ‘03 Sets Played: Cathy Streepy 158 ‘87 Senior Total Yr Kills: Chris Pozega 570 ‘84 Kills/Set: Chris Pozega 4.71 ‘84 Attacks: Chris Pozega 1,371 ‘84 Hitting %: Michele Smith .422 ‘00 Assists: Mel Snyder 1,469 ‘07 Digs: Amanda Medvetz 491 ‘12 Aces: Debbie Suba 77 ‘86 Block Ast: Jamie Bouyer 127 ‘04 Solo Blocks: Cass Dolhancyk 47 ‘96 Total Blocks: Jamie Bouyer 157 ‘04 Points: Tenille Whiteside 571.5 ‘96 Points/Set: Tenille Whiteside 5.34 ‘96 Sets Played: Cathy Streepy 146 ‘88


CAREER RECORDS Kills

Assists

1. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04)....................... 1,626 2. Kara Koch, (2009-12)........................... 1,576 3. Grace Kauth (2013-16)........................ 1,457 4. Tenille Whiteside (1993-96)................ 1,416 5. Beth Greulich (2006-09)...................... 1,351 6. Liz Fazio (2006-09).............................. 1,274 7. Deirdre Laney (1996-99)..................... 1,273 8. Michele Smith (1997-00)..................... 1,242 9. Chris Pozega (1982-86)....................... 1,238 10. Michelle Iafigliola (1999-02).............. 1,199

1. Kelly Crain (2001-04).......................... 4,804 2. Jordan Goad (2008-11)........................ 4,482 3. Erinn Kingman (1997-00)................... 4,077 4. Mel Snyder (2004-07).......................... 4,076 5. Stacie Cunningham (1995-98)............ 3,320 6. Gina Kilner (2014-pres.).................... 3,199 7. Natalie Boling (1988-91)..................... 2,045 8. Dayna Roberts (2012-15).................... 1,942 9. Megan Wandersleben (1989-92)........ 1,529 10. Rebecca Nabert (1992-95)................... 1,445

1. Chris Pozega (1982-86)......................... 4.99 2. Kara Koch (2009-12).............................. 3.75 3. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04)......................... 3.67 4. Tenille Whiteside (1993-96).................. 3.44 5. Michelle Iafigliola (1999-02)................ 3.21 6. Grace Kauth (2013-16).......................... 3.18 7. Liz Fazio (2006-09)................................ 3.09 8. Nickole Kennedy (2003-05)................. 2.99 9. Beth Greulich (2006-09)........................ 2.95 10. Michele Smith (1997-00)....................... 2.85

Attack Attempts

1. Jordan Bateman (2005-08).................. 1,545 2. Amy Grabiec (2008-11)....................... 1,481 3. Emily Clark (2002-05)......................... 1,406 4. Grace Kauth (2013-16)........................ 1,240 5. Dayna Roberts (2011-15).................... 1,215 6. Nikki Holmes (2011-15)...................... 1,191 7. Maggie Bonomini (2006-09)............... 1,169 8. Megan Wandersleben (1989-92)........ 1,138 9. Tenille Whiteside (1993-96)................ 1,107 10. Alisa Hatcher (2002-03, 05)................ 1,102 Deirdre Laney (1996-99)..................... 1,102

Hitting Percentage

1. Amy Ludwig (1989-92)......................... 192 2. Debbie Suba (1983-86)........................... 148 3. Megan Wandersleben (1989-92)........... 136 4. Katie Calhoon (2002-05)........................ 134 5. Mel Snyder (2004-07)............................. 130 6. Stacy Profitt (1990-93)............................ 126 Linda Mancini (1986-89)....................... 126 8. Kelly Crain (2001-04)............................. 125 9. Stacie Cunningham (1995-98)............... 122 10. Jordan Goad (2008-11)........................... 119

Kills Per Set

1. Kara Koch (2009-12)............................ 4,357 2. Grace Kauth (2013-16)........................ 4,345 3. Tenille Whiteside (1993-96)................ 3,960 4. Deirdre Laney (1996-99)..................... 3,768 5. Amy Ludwig (1989-92)...................... 3,745 6. Liz Fazio (2006-09).............................. 3,532 7. Michelle Iafigliola (1999-02).............. 3,480 8. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04)....................... 3,439 9. Molly Hoying (1997-00)..................... 3,164 10. Beth Greulich (2006-09)...................... 3,073 1. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04)........................ 2. Michele Smith (1997-00)...................... 3. Marie Frease (2009-12)......................... 4. Beth Greulich (2006-09)....................... Amy Benz (2007-10)............................. 6. Alexis Middlebrooks (2014-pres.).... 7. Maggie Hannon (2011-14)................... Chris Pozega (1982-86)........................ 9. Jackie Dabbelt (2010-12)...................... 10. Nickole Kennedy (2003-05)................ Kauth

.339 .326 .322 .316 .316 .314 .295 .295 .288 .272

Digs

Service Aces

Block Assists (since 1990)

1. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04).......................... 485 2. Danielle Siefker (2003-06)..................... 466 3. Amy Benz (2007-10)............................... 465 4. Jenni Ramminger (2005-08).................. 374 5. Beth Greulich (2006-09)......................... 345 6. Nickole Kennedy (2003-05).................. 332 7. Alexis Middlebrooks (2014-pres.)...... 308 8. Aaliyah Slappy (2013-16)...................... 295 9. Cass Dolhancyk (1993-96)..................... 289 10. Stacy Profitt (1990-93)............................ 275

Solo Blocks (since 1990)

1. Cass Dolhancyk (1993-96)..................... 143 2. Stacy Profitt (1990-93).............................111 3. Stacy Melaragno (1996-99).................... 107 4. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04).......................... 103 5. Michele Smith (1997-00).......................... 89 6. Amy Benz (2007-10)................................. 69 7. Danielle Siefker (2003-06)....................... 68 8. Kim Young (1991-93)............................... 59 9. Kristen Hartung (1990-94)...................... 57 10. Amy Ludwig (1989-92)........................... 52

Total Blocks (since 1990)

1. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04).......................... 558 2. Amy Benz (2007-10)............................... 534 Danielle Siefker (2003-06)..................... 534 4. Cass Dolhancyk (1993-96)..................... 432 5. Jenni Ramminger (2005-08).................. 420 6. Stacy Profitt (1990-93)............................ 386 7. Beth Greulich (2006-09)......................... 371 8. Stacy Melaragno (1996-99).................... 354 9. Nickole Kennedy (2003-05).................. 351 10. Alexis Middlebrooks (2014-pres.)...... 346

Koch

Total Points (since 1990)

1. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04).................... 2,033.5 2. Kara Koch (2009-12)......................... 1,754.0 3. Grace Kauth (2013-16)..................... 1,663.0 4. Tenille Whiteside (1993-96)............. 1,604.5 5. Beth Greulich (2006-09)................... 1,602.0 6. Amy Benz (2007-10)......................... 1,525.0 7. Michele Smith (1997-00).................. 1,516.5 8. Cass Dolhancyk (1993-96)............... 1,441.5 9. Liz Fazio (2006-09)........................... 1,439.5 10. Deirdre Laney (1996-99).................. 1,430.5

Points Per Set (since 1990)

1. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04)......................... 4.59 2. Kara Koch (2009-12).............................. 4.18 3. Tenille Whiteside (1993-96).................. 3.90 4. Amy Ludwig (1989-92)........................ 3.87 5. Michelle Iafigliola (1999-02)................ 3.77 6. Michele Smith (1997-00)....................... 3.74 7. Grace Kauth (2013-16).......................... 3.63 8. Nickole Kennedy (2003-06)................. 3.53 9. Beth Greulich (2006-09)........................ 3.50 10. Liz Fazio (2006-09)................................ 3.49

Sets Played

1. Maureen McGuire (1985-88)................. 474 2. Amy Benz (2007-10)............................... 470 Megan Wanderslaben (1988-92)........... 470 4. Natalie Boling (1987-91)........................ 462 5. Beth Greulich (2006-09)......................... 458 Grace Kauth (2013-16)........................... 458 7. Kristen Hartung (1990-94).................... 448 8. Dayna Roberts (2011-15)....................... 445 9. Danielle Siefker (2003-06)..................... 444 10. Jamie Bouyer (2001-04).......................... 443

CAREER RECORDS


TEAM SEASON RECORDS Kills

Assists

Aces Per Set

1. 1,945.....................2007 2. 1,913.....................2003 3. 1,895.....................1998 4. 1,726.....................2002 5. 1,781.....................2015 6. 1,689.....................2009 7. 1,657.....................2005 8. 1,621.....................2016 9. 1,611.....................1996 1,611.....................1997

1. 1,775.....................2007 2. 1,756.....................2003 3. 1,659.....................2015 4. 1,636.....................1998 5. 1,561.....................2009 6. 1,522.....................2003 7. 1,516.....................2005 8. 1,504.....................2016 9. 1,439.....................2012 10. 1,431.....................1996

1. 2.42.......................1985 2. 2.11.......................1990 3. 1.99.......................2001 1.99.......................1986 5. 1.95.......................1989 6. 1.92.......................2007 7. 1.87.......................1991 8. 1.85.......................1987 9. 1.80.......................2002 1.80.......................1998

1. 15.81.....................2007 2. 15.47.....................2006 3. 15.20.....................2005 4. 15.14.....................2002 5. 14.95.....................2003 6. 14.80.....................1998 7. 14.78.....................1997 8. 14.50.....................2004 9. 14.43.....................2012 10. 14.32.....................2000

Attack Attempts

1. 15.15.....................1998 2. 14.43.....................2007 3. 13.91.....................2005 4. 13.77.....................2006 5. 13.72.....................2003 6. 13.35.....................2002 7. 13.32.....................2012 8. 13.13.....................1996 9. 13.06.....................2004 10. 12.83.....................2000 12.83.....................2011

1. 581........................2003 2. 553........................2007 3. 518........................2004 4. 505........................2015 5. 479........................2005 6. 446........................2013 7. 436........................2009 8. 428........................2016 9. 403........................2008 10. 393........................2006

Hitting Percentage

1. 2,238.....................1991 2. 2,169.....................2007 3. 2,059.....................1998 4. 2,002.....................1992 5. 1,968.....................2015 6. 1,953.....................1993 7. 1,921.....................2009 8. 1,919.....................2003 9. 1,918.....................2012 10. 1,782.....................1995

Kills Per Set

1. 5,363.....................1998 2. 5,118.....................2007 3. 4,950.....................2003 4. 4,578.....................1996 5. 4,575.....................2015 6. 4,525.....................1990 7. 4,520.....................2002 8. 4,414.....................2000 9. 4,321.....................2009 10. 4,310.....................2005 1. .257.......................2012 2. .250.......................2016 3. .248.......................2015 4. .247.......................2009 5. .239.......................2005 .239.......................2004 7. .233.......................2011 8. .226.......................2002 9. .225.......................2006 10. .224.......................2003

Assists Per Set

Digs

Service Aces

1. 259........................1990 2. 256........................1989 3. 239........................1991 4. 236........................2007 5. 229........................2003 6. 205........................2002 7. 195........................2001 8. 194........................1998 9. 192........................1996 10. 191........................1994

Blocks Per Set

Block Assists

1. 5.78.......................1988 2. 3.48.......................1989 3. 2.91.......................2004 4. 2.76.......................1987 5. 2.75.......................2003 6. 2.71.......................2005 7. 2.68.......................2007 8. 2.62.......................1986 9. 2.48.......................1998 10. 2.38.......................2013 2.38.......................2015

Solo Blocks

1. 2,627.5..................1988 2. 2,510.5..................2007 3. 2,494.5..................2003 4. 2,356.5..................1998 5. 2,226.5..................2015 6. 2,150.0..................2002 7. 2,138.5..................2005 8. 2,135.0..................2009 9. 2,070.0..................2004 10. 2,026.0..................1987

1. 121........................1998 2. 103........................1990 3. 102........................1991 4. 91..........................1996 5. 76..........................1997 6. 75..........................1992 75..........................1993 8. 73..........................1995 9. 71..........................1994 10. 65..........................1999

Total Blocks

1. 352.5.....................2003 2. 329.5.....................2007 3. 314.0.....................2004 4. 309.5.....................2015 5. 295.5.....................2005 6. 283.5.....................1991 7. 273.0.....................2009 8. 270.0.....................2016 9. 267.5.....................1998 10. 264.0.....................2013 2 0 0 7 V i k i n gs

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Total Points

Matches Played

1. 52..........................1980 52..........................1979 3. 49..........................1982 4. 48..........................1978 5. 41..........................1987 47..........................1981 7. 42..........................1988 42..........................1983 9. 40..........................1986 10. 39..........................1977

Sets Played

1. 158........................1987 2. 150........................1988 3. 146........................1980 4. 145........................1981 5. 135........................1982 6. 133........................1983 7. 131........................1989 8. 130........................1984 130........................2015 10. 128........................2003 128........................1998 128........................1979

TEAM MATCH RECORDS

Kills 88 vs. Loyola, 11/21/04 Total Attempts 254 vs. Niagara, 9/13/96 Hitting Percentage .527 (54-6-91) vs. Oakland, 11/11/05 Assists 81 vs. Bowling Green, 9/8/06 Digs 118 vs. West Virginia, 10/19/93 INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS Kills 35, Kara Koch vs. UIC, 11/4/11 Total Attempts 87, Kara Koch vs. Oakland, 9/8/12 Hitting Percentage .889 (16-0-18), Michele Smith vs. EMU, 9/19/00 Assists 75, Mel Snyder vs. Bowling Green, 9/8/06 Digs 39, Amy Grabiec vs. UIC, 11/4/11


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Kills

Total Blocks

Digs

Grace Kauth.................. 417 Christina Toth............... 481 Grace Kauth.................. 277 Grace Kauth.................. 305 Kara Koch..................... 500 Kara Koch..................... 428 Kara Koch..................... 409 Liz Fazio........................ 425 Beth Greulich................ 295 Beth Greulich................ 382 Liz Fazio........................ 372 Nickole Kennedy......... 417 Jamie Bouyer................ 430 Jamie Bouyer................ 502 Michelle Iafigliola........ 476 Michelle Iafigliola........ 345 Michele Smith.............. 410 Molly Hoying............... 331 Alisha Bable.................. 452 Jessica Toth................... 394 Tenille Whiteside......... 496 Tenille Whiteside......... 452 Tenille Whiteside......... 329 Kristen Hartung........... 260 Stacy Profitt.................. 237 Amy Ludwig................ 434 Amy Ludwig................ 378 Belinda Johnson........... 353 Cathy Streepy............... 377 Gina Gehlfuss............... 317 Felicia Hyde.................. 229 Nancy Baldwin............ 263

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Aaliyah Slappy............. 121 Alexis Middlebrooks... 146 Maggie Hannon............. 92 Kelly Kiger.................... 120 Marie Frease................. 104 Marie Frease................... 99 Amy Benz..................... 108 Benz & Barhorst............117 Amy Benz..................... 125 Amy Benz..................... 184 Danielle Siefker............ 109 Danielle Siefker............ 137 Jamie Bouyer................ 157 Jamie Bouyer................ 199 Jamie Bouyer.................119 Jamie Bouyer.................113 Michele Smith...............113 Stacy Melaragno.......... 104 Michele Smith.............. 105 Jessica Toth................... 106 Cass Dolhancyk............116 Cass Dolhancyk............. 96 Cass Dolhancyk........... 125 Cass Dolhancyk............. 95 Stacy Profitt.................. 106 Stacy Profitt.................. 155 Kristen Hartung............. 71 Belinda Johnson........... 371 Belinda Johnson........... 392 Belinda Johnson........... 280 Felicia Hyde.................. 105 Nancy Baldwin............ 335

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Shannon Grega............. 437 Dayna Roberts.............. 475 Nikki Holmes............... 315 Nikki Holmes............... 495 Amanda Medvetz........ 491 Amy Grabiec................ 447 Amy Grabiec................ 545 Maggie Bonomini........ 458 Jordan Bateman............ 476 Jordan Bateman............ 599 Jordan Bateman............ 457 Alisa Hatcher................ 455 Emily Clark................... 343 Emily Clark................... 399 Michelle Iafigliola........ 376 Michelle Iafigliola........ 290 Molly Hoying............... 278 Deirdre Laney.............. 334 Alisha Bable.................. 385 Deirdre Laney.............. 234 Tenille Whiteside......... 328 Clarisse Chimbanda.... 400 Amy Kyler.................... 271 Amy Kyler.................... 313 Megan Wandersleban. 363 Kristen Young............... 388 Amy Ludwig................ 293 Natalie Boling............... 278 Cathy Streepy............... 401 Elisa Caraulia............... 418 Debbie Suba.................. 382 Debbie Suba.................. 255

Aaliyah Slappy........... Alexis Middlebrooks... Maggie Hannon......... Maggie Hannon......... Marie Frease............... Jackie Dabbelt............. Amy Benz................... Beth Greulich.............. Amy Benz................... Amy Benz................... Beth Greulich.............. Nickole Kennedy....... Jamie Bouyer.............. Jamie Bouyer.............. Jamie Bouyer.............. Jamie Bouyer.............. Michele Smith............ Michele Smith............ Michele Smith............ Jessica Toth................. Tenille Whiteside....... Clarisse Chimbanda.. Cass Dolhancyk......... Kim Young.................. Kristen Young............. Kristen Young............. Natalie Boling............. Natalie Boling............. Cathy Streepy............. Gina Gehlfuss............. Debbie Suba................ Nancy Baldwin..........

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Gina Kilner................ 1,252 Gina Kilner................ 1,413 Gina Kilner................... 534 Dayna Robert............... 660 Dayna Roberts.............. 730 Jordan Goad.............. 1,033 Jordan Goad................. 931 Jordan Goad.............. 1,332 Jordan Goad.............. 1,186 Mel Snyder................ 1,469 Mel Snyder................ 1,227 Mel Snyder................ 1,302 Kelly Crain................. 1,188 Kelly Crain................. 1,425 Kelly Crain................. 1,271 Kelly Crain.................... 920 Erinn Kingman.......... 1,202 Erinn Kingman.......... 1,232 Erinn Kingman.......... 1,001 Erinn Kingman............. 642 Stacie Cunningham.. 1,287 Stacie Cunningham..... 963 Rebecca Nabert............ 591 Amy Kyler.................... 468 Megan Wandersleban. 497 Megan Wandersleban. 883 Angela Cuffaro............. 286 Natalie Boling............... 693 Natalie Boling............... 999 Monica Balta................. 818 Debbie Suba.................. 715 Debbie Suba.................. 600

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Shannon Grega............... 28 Grace Kauth.................... 29 Grace Kauth.................... 23 Annie Djukic.................. 27 Amanda Medvetz.......... 20 Megan Barhorst.............. 32 Kara Koch....................... 35 Jordan Goad................... 40 Bateman & Lefeld.......... 35 Jordan Bateman.............. 41 Jenni Ramminger........... 39 Katie Calhoon................. 40 Emily Clark..................... 35 Katie Calhoon................. 50 Michelle Iafigliola.......... 46 Lori Betchker.................. 51 Michele Smith................ 35 Molly Hoying................. 33 Kristi Conlon.................. 31 Amy Hurley................... 33 Stacie Cunningham....... 49 Stacie Cunnigham.......... 28 Rebecca Nabert.............. 55 Kim Young...................... 20 Kristen Young................. 29 Stacy Profitt.................... 59 Amy Ludwig.................. 75 Amy Ludwig.................. 57 Maureen McGuire......... 66 Monica Balta................... 64 Debbie Suba.................... 77 Debbie Suba.................... 71

Hitting Percentage

.339 .329 .274 .330 .345 .321 .318 .328 .303 .334 .364 .318 .388 .361 .320 .272 .423 .281 .317 .364 .220 .194 .245 .186 .240 .225 .218 .167 .146 .149 .160 .207

Assists

Aces

MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER 1972...................................... N/A 1973............................Rita Cyvas 1974............................Rita Cyvas 1975................. Areta Hishynsky 1976.................... Patty Salvatore 1977.................... Patty Salvatore 1978.................Danute Bankaitis 1979.................Danute Bankaitis 1980...................Marilyn Hrabek 1981..................... Tammie Smith 1982........................Chris Pozega 1983........................Chris Pozega 1984........................Chris Pozega 1985.........................Debbie Suba 1986.........................Debbie Suba 1987...................... Cathy Streepy 1988...................... Cathy Streepy 1989.................. Belinda Johnson 1990....................... Amy Ludwig 1991......................Kristen Young 1992.........Megan Wandersleban 1993........................... Kim Young 1994........................... Amy Kyler 1995...................Cass Dolhancyk ........................ Tenille Whiteside 1996...................Cass Dolhancyk 1997...........................Jessica Toth 1998.........................Alisha Bable 1999....................Erinn Kingman 2000......................Michele Smith 2001............... Michelle Iafigliola 2002....................... Jamie Bouyer 2003....................... Jamie Bouyer 2004....................... Jamie Bouyer 2005..........................Emily Clark 2006................... Danielle Siefker 2007.......................Beth Greulich 2008.............................Amy Benz ...........................Jordan Bateman 2009.......................Beth Greulich 2010.............................Amy Benz 2011............................. Kara Koch 2012............................ Kara Koch 2013.................. Maggie Hannon 2014.................. Maggie Hannon 2015......................Christina Toth 2016.........................Grace Kauth Recipients of the Cleveland State Athletic Alumni Association’s Most Outstanding Volleyball Player Award

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CLEVELAND STATE HALL OF FAME

D anute B ankaitis -D avis P laying C areer : 1976-79 I nducted : 1991

Named Ohio Most Valuable Player at the Division I level in 1979… recipient of the CSU Athletic Alumni Association’s Most Outstanding Award in 1978…was a part of some of CSU’s most successful teams, helping the Vikings to a 99-62 mark…earned CSU’s Female Athlete of the Year Award for 1979-80.

P atty S alvatore P laying C areer : 1976-79 I nducted : 1999

One of the first CSU female athletes to be awarded a merit-based scholarship…earned All-Ohio honors in 1978 after leading the squad to a school-record 38 victories…received Most Outstanding Player accolades twice during her career…team captain of the 1977 team that was ranked fourth in the state of Ohio.

Areta Hishynsky-Golembiowsky P laying C areer : 1974-75 I nducted : 2003

One of the first females in Ohio to implement quick sets…instrumental part of the CSU team that was ranked in the top-24 nationally in 1974… named the squad’s Most Outstanding Player after leading the Vikings to a 22-9 mark as a senior.

S ue H lavacek P laying C areer : 1976-80 I nducted : 1991

One of the first two women inducted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame… was CSU’s Female Athlete of the Year three times (1976, ‘78, ‘79)…member of the CSU Volleyball squad that won the Ohio Collegiate Championship in 1978…four-year letterwinner in both basketball and volleyball.

M arsha F oth N agy C oaching C areer : 1972-77 I nducted : 2000

Compiled a 116-40 record in her six years at CSU…remains the school’s all-time leader in winning percentage (.744)…ranks third in career wins (116) - averaging over 19 victories per season…guided her squad to a top-24 finish in the nation with a 25-6 mark during 1974.

T enille W hiteside P laying C areer : 1993-96 I nducted : 2008

One of the top hitters in school history…Second Team All-Horizon League selection as a junior and senior…led CSU in kills in each of her final three seasons…ranks second in school history in career attack attempts (3,960), third in kills (1,416) and fourth in kills per game (3.44)…selected as team Co-Most Outstanding Player in 1995.

C hris P ozega P laying C areer : 1980-84 I nducted : 1997

Three-time recipient of the CSU Athletic Alumni Association’s Most Outstanding Player Award…played on teams that posted three of the four highest single-season victory totals, including a school record 38 wins in 1982…Viking career leader in kills per game (4.99), ranks fifth in hitting percentage (.295) and seventh in kills (1,238).

E gle G iedraitis P laying C areer : 1972-75 I nducted : 2002

Member of the first volleyball team at CSU and one of the first Cleveland State female athletes…helped the team compile an impressive 11-2 record (.846) that first season… Giedraitis was part of a program that went 70-20…earned four letters and was honored as team captain three times.

J amie B ouyer P laying C areer : 2001-04 I nducted : 2013

First player to earn All-America honors in program history… three-time First Team All-Leauge selection…CSU career record holder in kills (1,626), hitting percentage (.339), block assists (485), total blocks (558), points (2,033.5) and points per set (4.59)…also holds the Horizon League records in hitting percentage, block assists and total blocks.

CLEVELAND STATE HALL OF FAME

R ita C yvas -K liorys P laying C areer : 1973-74 I nducted : 1999

Named the team’s most outstanding player twice…voted the Best Women’s Player in Region IV during 1974…honored with the Athletic Alumni Award for her excellence in the classroom…named CSU’s Female Athlete of the Year for 1974-75…led the Vikings to a combined record of 37-9 throughout her two years at CSU.

A my K yler P laying C areer : 1992-94 I nducted : 2008

Earned three letters…named Varsity “C” Club Player of the Year in 1994… led team in digs (313) and assists (468) as a sophomore and digs (271) as a junior…also a softball standout, holding school-records for career wins, winning percentage, ERA, innings pitched, strikeouts and appearances.

N ickole K ennedy P laying C areer : 2003-05 I nducted : 2014

Second player in program history to earn All-America honors…two-time First Team All-League selection and 2005 Horizon League Player of the Year…among the CSU career leaders in block assists (332), points per set (3.53), hitting percentage (.272), total blocks (351), and kills per set (2.99).

2016 Opponents in Bold


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1974 Overall Record: 25-6

O 15 at Ohio State O 15 at Ashland O 19 at Wooster O 19 vs. Ohio Northern! O 22 vs. Cedarville@ O 22 at Ohio State O 22 vs. Mount St. Joseph@ O 26 at Dayton O 26 vs. Eastern Kentucky# O 26 vs. Tennessee# O 26 vs. Ohio State# O 29 Kent State N 9 Akron N 9 Toledo N 12 Baldwin-Wallace N 14 vs. Oberlin$ N 15 vs. Cedarville$ N vs. Capital$ N vs. Mount St. Joseph$ N at Dayton$ N vs. UIC+ N vs. Michigan State+ N vs. Marshall+ N vs. Calvin+ N vs. UIC+ N vs. Illinois State+

W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1

! at Wooster | @ at Ohio State # at Dayton | $ OAISW Tournament + MAIAW Tournament

1975 Overall Record: 22-9

O 14 Oberlin O 17 Northeastern Illinois O 17 Dayton O 18 Ohio O 18 Northeastern Illinois O 18 Ohio State O 21 Ashland O 23 vs. Kent State! O 23 at Baldwin-Wallace O 25 vs. Wooster@ O 25 at Cincinnati O 28 at Akron N 1 vs. Ashland# N 1 vs. Miami (OH)# N 1 at Ohio Northern N 4 at Ohio State N 7 Michigan State N 7 Mount St. Joseph N 8 Baldwin-Wallace N 8 Temple N 8 Bowling Green N vs. Ohio Northern$ N vs. Miami (OH)$ N vs. Baldwin-Wallace$ N vs. Ohio State$ N vs. Mount St. Joseph$ N vs. Cincinnati$ N vs. Michigan State+ N vs. Shepherd+ N vs. Purdue+ N vs. UIC+

W 3-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 0-2

! at Baldwin-Wallace | @ at Cincinnati # at Ohio Northern | $ OAISW Tournament + MAIAW Tournament

O 2 O 2 O 2 O 9 O 9 O 9 O 12 O 16 O 16 O 16 O 19 O 19 O 23 O 23 O 23

1976 Overall Record: 18-9 vs. Eastern Kentucky! vs. Wright State! at Dayton vs. Kent State@ vs. Cincinnati@ at Ohio at Oberlin vs. Bowling Green# at Baldwin-Wallace vs. Ashland# at Ohio State vs. Mount St. Joseph% Toledo Wooster Ball State

L W L W L L W W W W W W W W W

1-2 2-0 0-2 2-0 0-2 1-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0

N 2 Akron W 2-0 N 6 at Miami (OH) W 2-0 N 6 vs. Ohio Northern^ W 2-0 N vs. Toledo$ W 2-0 N vs. Youngstown State$ W 2-0 N vs. Ohio$ W 2-1 N vs. Wright State$ W 2-1 N vs. Cincinnati$ L 1-2 N vs. Ohio$ L 1-2 N vs. UIC+ L 0-2 N vs. Wisconsin-LaCrosse+ L 0-2 N vs. Ball State+ L 0-2 ! at Dayton | @ at Ohio # at Baldwin-Wallace | % at Ohio State ^ at Miami (OH) | $ OAISW Tournament + MAIAW Tournament

1977 Overall Record: 28-11

S 2 Akron S 2 Wright State S 2 Miami (OH) S vs. SUNY-Buffalo! S 30 vs. Penn State! O vs. Maryland! O 1 vs. SUNY-Brockport! O vs. Temple! O vs. Georgetown! O 6 at Oberlin O 8 Ashland O 8 Pittsburgh O 8 Calvin O 8 Dayton O 13 at Akron O 15 vs. Baldwin-Wallace@ O 15 vs. Defiance@ O 15 at Bowling Green O 18 at Ohio State O 18 vs. Mount St. Joseph# O 22 vs. Clarion% O 22 vs. SUNY-Brockport% O 22 at Edinboro% O 22 vs. Pittsburgh% O 22 vs. Buffalo% O 22 vs. Edinboro% O 29 Kent State O 29 Cincinnati O 29 Edinboro N 1 vs. Ashland^ N 1 at Wooster N vs. Indiana$ N at Ball State N vs. Purdue$ N Wright State+ N Toledo+ N Youngstown State+ N Cincinnati+ N Miami (OH)+

W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 2-1 L 1-2

! Pitt Invitational | @ at Bowling Green # at Ohio State | % Edinboro Tournament ^ at Wooster | $ at Ball State + Ohio Large College Tournament

1978 Overall Record: 37-11

S vs. Indiana State* S vs. Illinois* S vs. Minnesota* S vs. Kentucky* S vs. Eastern Illinois* S 29 at Wright State S 29 vs. Miami (OH)+ S 30 at Dayton S 30 vs. West Virginia# S 30 vs. Ohio# O 5 at Capital O 5 vs. Mount St. Joseph$ O 7 Ashland O 7 Bowling Green O 7 Ohio State O 11 at Slippery Rock O 11 vs. Pittsburgh% O vs. Windsor& O vs. Purdue& O vs. Calvin& O vs. Eastern Kentucky&

W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-0

O O O O 17 O 21 O 21 O 21 O 21 O 21 O 25 O 25 O 28 O 28 O 31 O 31 N N 3 N N N N 9 N N N N N N

vs. Western Ontario& at Michigan State& vs. Indiana State& Akron vs. SUNY-Binghamton! vs. Slippery Rock! vs. SUNY-Brockport! vs. Syracuse! vs. Slippery Rock! at Kent State vs. Slippery Rock@ Ball State Edinboro Wooster Baldwin-Wallace vs. Eastern Illinois^ vs. Pittsburgh^ at Indiana^ vs. Purdue^ vs. Toledo** vs. Kent State** vs. Ohio State** vs. Cincinnati** vs. Ohio State** vs. Michigan++ vs. DePaul++ vs. Illinois State++

W L W W W W W W W W W L W L W W L W L W W L W W W W L

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

* Illinois State Invitational | + at Wright State # at Dayton | $ at Capital % at Slippery Rock | & MSU Invitational ! Edinboro Tournament | @ at Kent State ^ Indiana Invitational ** Ohio Large College Tournament ++ AIAW Midwest Regional

1979 Overall Record: 16-31-5

S vs. Illinois State* L 0-3 S vs. Northern Illinois* W 2-1 S vs. Wisconsin-Parkside* L 1-2 S at DePaul* L 0-2 S 18 at West Virginia L 0-2 S vs. Illinois+ L 1-3 S vs. Purdue+ L 0-2 S vs. DePaul+ L 0-2 S vs. Central Michigan+ L 0-2 S vs. Kentucky+ L 0-2 S vs. Western Michigan! T 1-2 S vs. Northern Michigan! L 0-2 S vs. Michigan! L 0-2 S at Michigan State! L 0-2 S vs. Wisconsin-Parkside! W 2-1 S vs. Northern Michigan! W 2-0 O 4 at Capital@ W 2-1 O 4 vs. Mount St. Joseph@ L 1-2 O vs. Cincinnati@ L 1-3 O 1 vs. Indiana Tech@ L 0-2 O vs. Indiana@ L 0-2 O vs. Pittsburgh@ L 0-2 O 9 Kent State W 3-0 O vs. UIC# L 0-3 O vs. Iowa# T 1-1 O vs. Southern Illinois# T 2-0 O vs. Indiana# T 1-1 O vs. George Williams# T 1-1 O vs. Florida International# W 2-0 O vs. Wisconsin# L 0-2 O 16 at Ohio State L 1-3 O 20 Ohio W 2-0 O 20 Kent State W 2-0 O 20 West Virginia W 2-0 O 20 Miami (OH) L 1-2 O 20 Edinboro W 3-1 O 27 Dayton L 1-3 O 27 Akron W 3-1 O 29 vs. Wooster$ W 2-0 O 29 at Baldwin-Wallace W 2-0 N at Northwestern% L 0-2 N 2 vs. Wisconsin% L 0-2 N vs. DePaul% L 0-2 N vs. DePaul% L 1-2 N vs. Wisconsin% L 0-2 N Ohio State^ L 0-2 N 8 Kent State^ W 2-1 N Toledo^ W 2-0 N Bowling Green^ W 3-1 N Ohio State^ L 1-3

N vs. Central Michigan& N vs. Purdue&

L L

1-3 0-2

* DePaul Invitational | + Illinois State Invitational ! Michigan State Invitational | @ Capital Tournament # Windy City Tournament | $ at Baldwin-Wallace % Northwestern Invitational ^ Ohio Large College Tournament & AIAW Midwest Regional

1980 Overall Record: 28-24

S 12 Kent State! S 12 Temple! S 13 Pittsburgh! S 13 Temple! S 13 Pittsburgh! S 19 vs. Duquesne# S 19 vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson# S 20 vs. Robert Morris# S 20 vs. West Virginia# S 20 vs. Northern Kentucky# S 23 at Ashland S 27 at Morehead State S 27 at Dayton S 30 at Akron O 1 Bowling Green O 3 vs. West Virginia$ O 3 vs. Mount St. Joseph$ O 4 vs. Louisville$ O 4 vs. Temple$ O 4 vs. West Virginia$ O 8 Youngstown State O 10 vs. Lewis% O 10 vs. Northern Illinois% O 10 vs. Northern Michigan% O 14 at Ohio State O 17 vs. Purdue^ O 17 vs. Nebraska^ O 17 vs. Kentucky^ O 18 vs. Pittsburgh^ O 18 vs. Ohio State^ O 22 at Kent State& O 24 vs. Central Michigan& O 24 vs. DePaul& O 25 at Illinois State& O 25 vs. Drake& O 28 at Edinboro O 31 Northern Colorado~ O 31 Bowling Green~ O 31 Indiana~ N 1 Iowa State~ N 1 Miami (OH)~ N 1 Northern Colorado~ N 4 at Baldwin-Wallace N 7 vs. Lewis+ N 7 vs. Ball State+ N 8 at Indiana+ N 8 vs. Northern Kentucky+ N 8 vs. Lewis+ N 8 vs. Northern Kentucky+ N 13 vs. Miami (OH)* N 14 vs. Toledo* N 14 vs. Cincinnati*

W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 3-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-0

! Viking Invitational | # Pitt Invitational $ Ohio Invitational | % Windy City Invitational ^ Bearcat Invitational | & Illinois State Invitational ~ CSU Invitational | + Indiana Invitational * Ohio AIAW Tournament

1981 Overall Record: 20-27

S 7 Ohio State S 11 Miami (OH)* S 11 Northern Illinois* S 12 Kentucky* S 12 Kentucky* S 12 Northern Illinois* S 14 Capital S 16 at West Virginia S 17 at UNC-Asheville S 18 at Tennessee-Martin S 19 at Tennessee Tech S 21 at Central Florida S 23 Kent State S 25 at Wisconsin+ S 26 vs. Kellogg+

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

L 1-3 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-1


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS S 26 S 26 O 2 O 2 O 2 O 2 O 3 O 3 O 9 O 9 O 10 O 10 O 20 O 20 O 24 O 24 O 26 O 30 O 30 O 31 O 31 O 31 N 4 N 4 N 6 N 6 N 7 N 10 N 20 N 20 N 20 N 20

vs. Western Illinois+ vs. Drake+ vs. Northern Illinois# vs. Eastern Illinois# vs. Central Michigan# vs. Eastern Kentucky# vs. Eastern Michigan# at Michigan State# vs. Kent State% vs. Eastern Michigan% at Ball State% vs. Wayne State% vs. West Virginia& at Pittsburgh at Central Michigan vs. Grand Valley State^ at Bowling Green Kent State! Eastern Michigan! Bowling Green! Kent State! Eastern Michigan! vs. Baldwin-Wallace$ at Ashland vs. Northern Michigan& vs. Morehead State& at Indiana& Edinboro vs. Ohio State** vs. Northern Illinois** vs. Michigan** vs. Western Illinois**

L L W L L L W L L L L L W L L L W W W W L W W W L L L W L L L W

1-2 0-3 2-0 0-2 0-2 0-2 2-1 0-2 1-3 1-3 1-3 0-3 3-2 0-3 2-3 2-3 3-2 2-0 2-1 2-0 1-2 For. 2-1 2-0 1-2 0-2 0-2 3-1 1-2 0-2 0-2 2-0

* Viking Invitational | + Wisconsin Tournament # Michigan State Tournament | % Ball State Tournament & at Pittsburgh | ^ at Central Michigan ! CSU Invitational | $ at Ashland & Indiana Hoosier Classic | ** Midwest Regional

1982 Overall Record: 38-11

S 10 Loyola* S 10 Northern Michigan* S 11 Central Michigan* S 11 Pittsburgh* S 11 Northern Michigan* S 11 Pittsburgh* S 17 vs. Colorado State+ S 17 at Northern Colorado+ S 18 at Northern Colorado+ S 18 vs. Colorado College+ S 18 vs. Air Force+ S 20 at Mesa College S 21 at Mesa College S 28 at Kent State S 29 John Carroll# S 29 Baldwin-Wallace# O 1 at Western Michigan! O 1 vs. Central Michigan! O 1 vs. Bowling Green! O 2 vs. UIC! O 2 vs. Western Michigan! O 8 vs. Ferris State$ O 8 vs. Waterloo-Ontario$ O 8 vs. Central Michigan$ O 9 vs. Ferris State$ O 9 vs. Lake Superior State$ O 12 West Virginia O 15 vs. DePaul% O 15 vs. Pittsburgh% O 16 vs. Cincinnati% O 16 at Kent State% O 16 vs. UIC% O 16 vs. Pittsburgh% O 23 vs. Northern Michigan^ O 23 at Central Michigan^ O 23 vs. Grand Valley State^ O 27 Ohio O 27 Akron O 29 Kent State& O 29 Temple& O 29 Bowling Green & O 30 Syracuse& O 30 Cincinnati& O 30 Temple& N 3 Ashland N 3 Baldwin-Wallace N 6 vs. Cincinnati**

W 2-1 W 2-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 3-2

N 6 vs. Kentucky** N 9 at Edinboro

L 2-3 W 3-1

* CSU Invitational | + Northern Colorado Invitational # Cleveland Colleges Championships ! Western Michigan Invitational $ Michigan State Invitational | % Kent State Invitational ^ Central Michigan Invitational & Viking Invitational | ** Mason-Dixon Classic

1983 Overall Record: 29-13

S 9 Western Illinois* W 3-0 S 10 Loyola* W 3-0 S 10 Central Michigan* L 0-3 S 13 Minnesota W 3-0 S 15 at Georgetown W 3-0 S 16 vs. VCU+ W 2-1 S 16 vs. Towson State+ W 2-0 S 17 vs. William & Mary+ L 1-2 S 17 vs. James Madison+ W 2-1 S 17 vs. William & Mary+ W 2-0 S 20 at N.C. State W 3-1 S 28 John Carroll# W 2-0 S 28 Baldwin-Wallace# W 2-0 S 28 Case Western# W 2-0 S 30 at Penn State$ L 0-3 S 30 vs. Maryland$ W 3-0 S 30 vs. Rhode Island$ L 1-3 O 4 at Eastern Michigan L 0-3 O 5 at Western Michigan L 0-3 O 7 at Central Michigan% L 0-3 O 8 vs. Windsor% W 3-0 O 11 at Slippery Rock W 3-1 O 11 at California (Pa.) W 2-0 O 14 at Michigan State@ L 2-3 O 14 vs. York@ L 1-3 O 14 vs. Notre Dame@ W 3-0 O 15 vs. Northwood Institute@ W 3-1 O 18 Kent State W 3-0 O 25 Bowling Green W 3-1 O 28 Edinboro^ W 3-1 O 28 Akron^ W 3-2 O 29 Slippery Rock^ W 3-0 O 29 UIC^ L 1-3 N 1 Eastern Michigan L 1-3 N 2 vs. Ashland& W 2-0 N 2 at Baldwin-Wallace W 2-0 N 4 vs. Mount St. Joseph** W 3-0 N 5 vs. Ferris State** W 3-1 N 5 at Wright State** L 0-3 N 10 at Ohio W 3-0 N 15 Edinboro W 3-1 N 18 at UIC L 0-3 * CSU Invitational + U.S. Naval Academy Tournament # Greater Cleveland Invitational $ Penn State Classic | % Central Michigan Invitational @ Michigan State Invitational ^ Viking Invitational | & at Baldwin-Wallace ** Wright State Invitational

S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S O O O O O O

7 7 8 8 12 13 14 14 14 15 18 19 21 21 22 25 26 6 6 6 9 17 19

1984 Overall Record: 17-21 at Eastern Michigan* vs. Ferris State* vs. Eastern Kentucky* vs. Michigan State* at Long Beach State at Cal State-Irvine vs. Santa Barbara+ vs. Southern California+ vs. Fresno State+ at Cal State-Fullerton+ at U.S. International at San Diego State vs. Eastern Kentucky# at Louisville# vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga# at Ohio State at Edinboro vs. Butler@ vs. Robert Morris@ at Akron@ at Bowling Green at Kent State vs. Providence$

W L L W L L L L L L L L W L W L W W W W W W L

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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

O 20 O 20 O 26 O 27 O 31 O 31 O 31 N 3 N 3 N 7 N 8 N 9 N 9 N 10 N 10

at Pittsburgh$ vs. York$ Akron% UIC% at Ashland& vs. Baldwin-Wallace& vs. Youngstown State& at Northern Iowa at UIC West Virginia Central Michigan vs. Kentucky! vs. Carleton! at Penn State! vs. Rutgers!

L L W L W W W L L W L L W L W

1-3 0-3 3-2 1-3 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-4 1-3 3-0 1-3 0-3 3-0 0-3 3-2

* Eastern Michigan Tournament + Cal State-Fullerton Tournament # Louisville Tournament | @ Akron Tournament $ Pittsburgh Tournament | % Viking Invitational & Ashland Quadrangular | ! Penn State Tournament

1985 Overall Record: 11-16

S 6 at Central Michigan* S 7 vs. Michigan State* S 8 at Wayne State S 30 Edinboro O 2 at Toledo O 5 vs. Youngstown State+ O 6 vs. Ohio+ O 6 at Akron+ O 8 Eastern Michigan O 11 at Temple# O 12 vs. William & Mary# O 12 vs. George Washington# O 15 Ashland@ O 15 Baldwin Wallace@ O 15 Youngstown State@ O 22 at Bowling Green N at Rhode Island$ N 1 vs. Providence$ N vs. George Washington$ N vs. Indiana State% N 8 vs. Loyola% N vs. DePaul% N 10 at Valparaiso N 13 Kent State N at West Virginia& N vs. Akron& N vs. Maryland&

L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-1

* Central Michigan Chippewa Classic + Akron Invitational | # Temple Invitational @ CSU Quadrangular | $ Rhode Island Tournament % UIC Invitational | & West Virginia Invitational

1986 Overall Record: 16-24

S S S 16 S S S S S S 27 S 28 O O 3 O O O O O O O O O 14 O 14 O 14 O 15 O 21 O 24 O 31 O 31 O 31

vs. UIC* at Northern Iowa* at Bowling Green West Virginia+ vs. Drexel+ vs. Massachusetts+ at Syracuse+ vs. Providence+ at Wright State Wayne State vs. Dayton# vs. Youngstown State# vs. St. Francis (Pa.)# at Akron# vs. Juniata@ vs. Indiana (Pa.)@ vs. Gannon@ vs. Clarion@ vs. Grove City@ vs. Wright State@ vs. Youngstown State$ at Baldwin-Wallace$ vs. Ashland$ Toledo at Edinboro at Toledo vs. Bucknell& vs. New York Tech& vs. Providence&

L L L L L L L L L L W W W L L W W W W L W W W L W L W W L

0-4 0-3 0-3 0-4 0-3 1-3 1-3 0-3 1-3 0-3 3-2 3-1 3-0 0-3 0-3 2-1 2-1 2-0 2-0 0-2 2-1 2-0 2-0 0-3 3-0 0-3 2-0 2-0 1-2

O 31 O 31 N 1 N 1 N 1 N 1 N N 7 N N N

vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson& W vs. Providence& L vs. VCU^ L vs. George Mason^ L at West Virginia^ L vs. Kent State^ L at DePaul** L vs. Marquette** W vs. Dayton** W vs. Notre Dame** L vs. Marquette** L

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

* Northern Iowa Invitational | + Syracuse Invitational # Akron Invitational | @ Slippery Rock Invitational $ Baldwin-Wallace Quadrangular | & Drexel Invitational ^ West Virginia Invitational ** North Star Conference Tournament

1987 Overall Record: 11-36

S vs. Valparaiso* S 4 vs. DePaul* S at Northern Iowa* S 7 at Indiana State S 11 Syracuse+ S 12 Wright State+ S 12 Michigan+ S 15 at West Virginia S at Bucknell# S vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson# S vs. Cornell# S vs. Howard# S vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson# S 26 at Robert Morris@ S 26 vs. Duquesne@ S 29 at Toledo O vs. Marshall$ O 2 vs. Wright State$ O vs. Youngstown State$ O 7 at Bowling Green O vs. Boston College% O 9 vs. Cornell% O vs. Colgate% O vs. Connecticut% O 14 vs. Baldwin-Wallace& O 14 at Youngstown State& O 16 Ashland! O 16 Kent State! O 17 Robert Morris! O 17 UIC! O 20 at Toledo O 24 Marquette^ O 24 Bucknell^ O vs. VCU** O 30 vs. Boston College** O at Drexel** O vs. Howard** N 2 at Edinboro N 4 at Kent State N 10 at Akron N vs. Pittsburgh++ N 13 vs. Syracuse++ N at Penn State++ N 17 at Eastern Michigan N vs. Akron## N 20 vs. Wright State## N vs. Youngstown State##

L L L L L L L L W W W L L W L L L L W L L L L L W W L L W L L W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W

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

* Northern Iowa Invitational | + CSU Invitational # Bucknell Invitational | @ Robert Morris Tournament $ Akron Tournament | % Syracuse Tournament & Youngstown State Quadrangular ! Viking Invitational | ^ CSU Tournament ** Drexel Invitational | ++ Penn State Tournament ## Midland Alliance Tournament

S S S S S S S S S

1988 Overall Record: 20-22 Conference Record: 3-7

7 9 10 10 12 14 14 14 16

Kent State at Ashland* vs. Gannon* vs. Ohio* at Robert Morris vs. Youngstown State+ at Ashland+ vs. Baldwin-Wallace+ vs. Howard#

L W L L W W W W W

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS S 17 S 17 S 17 S 20 S 23 S 24 S 28 S 30 S 30 O 1 O 1 O 5 O 7 O 8 O 12 O 14 O 15 O 15 O 15 O 18 O 21 O 22 O 25 O 28 O 29 N 1 N 4 N 5 N 8 N 9 N 19 N 19 N 19

vs. Cornell# vs. Colgate# at Bucknell# at Toledo at Wright State at Dayton at Edinboro vs. UMBC@ vs. Robert Morris@ vs. Dayton@ at Akron@ at Youngstown State Robert Morris at Kent State Toledo vs. Connecticut$ vs. Hartford$ at Syracuse$ vs. Rider$ Akron% at UIC% at Northern Illinois% Bowling Green Valparaiso% DePaul% Eastern Michigan at UW-Green Bay% at Marquette% Youngstown State at West Virginia vs.Valparaiso& vs. DePaul& at Northern Illinois&

W W W L L L W W W L L W W L L L W L W L L L L L W L W L W L L W L

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

* Ashland Tournament | + Ashland Quadrangular # Bucknell Tournament | @ Akron Invitational $ Syracuse Tournament | % North Star Conference Match & North Star Conference Tournament

1989 Overall Record: 12-24 Conference Record: 0-6

S 1 at Akron* S 1 vs. Pittsburgh* S 2 vs. Loyola* S 2 vs. Kent State* S 6 Kent State S 7 at St. Francis (Pa.)+ S 9 vs. Bucknell+ S 9 vs. Loyola (Md.)+ S 13 Ashland S 13 Youngstown State S 15 vs. Howard# S 16 vs. Robert Morris# S 16 vs. Fordham# S 16 vs. Howard# S 21 at Toledo S 21 at Robert Morris S 23 Dayton S 26 at Bowling Green S 28 Edinboro O 1 Marquette O 4 vs. Mercyhurst$ O 4 at Youngstown State O 11 Toledo O 14 St. Francis (Pa.) O 17 at Akron% O 20 UIC% O 21 Northern Illinois% O 24 West Virginia O 27 at Valparaiso O 28 at DePaul% N 1 at Kent State N 3 UW-Green Bay% N 6 Robert Morris N 8 Youngstown State N 18 vs. UIC& N 18 vs. Valparaiso&

L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3

* Akron Invitational | + St. Francis (Pa.) Tournament # Bucknell Invitational | $ at Youngstown State % North Star Conference Match & North Star Conference Tournament

S

1990 Overall Record: 6-32 Conference Record: 0-7

1 at Akron*

L

0-3

S 1 S 1 S 1 S 5 S 7 S 8 S 8 S 12 S 12 S 14 S 15 S 15 S 15 S 18 S 20 S 22 S 27 O 3 O 6 O 6 O 10 O 12 O 16 O 19 O 20 O 25 O 26 O 29 O 31 N 2 N 3 N 4 N 7 N 13 N 17 N 17 N 18

vs. Toledo* vs. Virginia Tech* vs. Kent State* Kent State vs. Bucknell+ at Loyola (Md.)+ vs. VCU+ vs. Ashland# at Youngstown State vs. Loyola (Md.)@ vs. St. Francis (Pa.)@ vs. Rider@ at Bucknell@ at Toledo at Robert Morris at Dayton at Edinboro at Youngstown State vs. George Washington$ at West Virginia Toledo Wright State% Robert Morris at UIC% at Northern Illinois% DePaul% Valparaiso% Akron% at Kent State at UW-Green Bay% at UW-Milwaukee at Northeastern Illinois Youngstown State Bowling Green vs. Northern Illinois& vs. Wright State& vs. UW-Green Bay&

L L L L W W L L L L W L W L W L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

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

1992 Overall Record: 15-17 Conference Record: 5-11

S 2 Kent State S 3 Boston College S 8 at Dayton S 12 vs. St. Bonaventure* S 12 vs. Fairfield* S 12 vs. Iona* S 12 vs. Canisius* S 16 at Robert Morris S 18 Wright State S 19 Eastern Illinois S 26 vs. Duquesne+ S 26 at West Virginia S 29 at Toledo O 2 at Western Illinois% O 3 at Northern Illinois% O 6 at Youngstown State% O 9 Valparaiso% O 10 UIC% O 16 Robert Morris O 23 at Eastern Illinois% O 24 at Wright State% O 30 at UIC% O 31 at Valparaiso% N 3 Youngstown State% N 3 Akron% N 6 UW-Green Bay% N 7 UW-Milwaukee N 13 Northern Illinois% N 14 Western Illinois% N 18 at Kent State N 20 at UW-Milwaukee N 21 at UW-Green Bay&

* Bucknell Invitational | + at West Virginia % Mid-Continent Conference Match & Mid-Continent Conference Tournament

* Akron Invitational | + Loyola (Md.) Invitational # at Youngstown State | @ Bucknell Invitational $ at West Virginia | % North Star Conference Match & North Star Conference Tournament

1991 Overall Record: 12-24 Conference Record: 0-6

A 30 at Akron* A 30 vs. Marquette* A 31 vs. Eastern Illinois* A 31 vs. Kent State* S 4 Kent State S 6 vs. Kent State+ S 7 at Bowling Green+ S 7 vs. West Virginia+ S 11 at Youngstown State S 11 at Ashland S 13 vs. St. Francis (Pa.)# S 14 vs. St. Peter’s College# S 14 vs. Pennsylvania# S 14 vs. James Madison# S 18 Toledo S 21 Dayton S 25 Edinboro S 28 at Loyola (Md.)@ S 28 vs. West Chester@ S 28 vs. St. Peter’s College@ O 2 at Youngstown State O 8 at Robert Morris O 11 at UW-Green Bay% O 12 at Northern Illinois% O 19 UIC% O 19 West Virginia O 23 at Toledo O 25 at Valparaiso% O 26 Wright State% O 30 at Kent State N 2 at Gannon N 2 at Malone N 6 Youngstown State N 12 Robert Morris N 15 Akron% N 23 Northern Illinois&

L L L L L L L L W L W W W L L L L W W W W W L L L L L L L L L W W W L L

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

* Akron Invitational | + Bowling Green Invitational # Bucknell Invitational | @ Loyola (Md.) Tournament % North Star Conference Match & North Star Conference Tournament

L 2-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 2-3

1993 Overall Record: 5-26 Conference Record: 2-16

S 1 Kent State S 3 at Toledo* S 4 vs. Cincinnati* S 4 vs. Kent State* S 10 vs. St. Peter’s+ S 11 vs. Army+ S 11 vs. Iona+ S 11 vs. Towson State+ S 18 at UW-Milwaukee% S 24 Eastern Illinois% S 25 Dayton S 25 Wright State% S 28 at Youngstown State% S 28 at Akron O 5 Robert Morris O 8 at Northern Illinois% O 9 at Western Illinois% O 15 UIC% O 16 Valparaiso% O 19 West Virginia O 29 at Wright State% O 30 at Eastern Illinois% N 3 at Kent State N 5 at Valparaiso% N 6 at UIC% N 12 UW-Milwaukee% N 13 UW-Green Bay% N 16 Youngstown State% N 19 Western Illinois% N 20 Northern Illinois%

L L L L W L W L L L L L W L W L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L

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

* Toledo Tournament | + Bucknell Invitational % Mid-Continent Conference Match

S S S S S S S

1994 Overall Record: 11-20 Conference Record: 2-8

9 10 10 10 13 16 17

vs. St. Francis (Pa.)* vs. Villanova* vs. Towson State* vs. St. Bonaventure* at Toledo at South Florida+ vs. South Carolina+

W L L W L L L

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

S 17 vs. Nicholls State+ S 20 at West Virginia S 23 vs. Youngstown State# S 23 at Syracuse# S 24 vs. Canisius# S 24 vs. Niagara# S 27 vs. Youngstown State@ S 27 at Akron S 30 Wright State% O 7 vs. LaSalle% O 7 vs. Loyola (Md.)$ O 8 vs. N. Carolina A&T$ O 8 at Drexel$ O 14 at UIC% O 15 at Northern Illinois% O 18 at Robert Morris O 28 UW-Green Bay% O 29 UW-Milwaukee% N 1 at Kent State N 5 Loyola% N 6 Notre Dame% N 11 at Butler% N 12 at Xavier% N 13 at Dayton

L L L L W W W L L W W W L L L W L W L L L L L W

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

* Bucknell Invitational | + South Florida Invitational # Syracuse Tournament | @ at Akron $ Drexel Tournament % Midwestern Collegiate Conference Match

1995 Overall Record: 6-26 Conference Record: 3-11

S 1 at Syracuse* S 2 vs. Colgate* S 2 vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson* S 10 at Georgetown+ S 11 vs. Radford+ S 11 vs. South Alabama+ S 13 Youngstown State S 15 vs. South Carolina# S 16 at Michigan State# S 16 vs. Maryland# S 19 at Ohio S 22 at UW-Green Bay% S 23 at UW-Milwaukee% S 26 at Toledo S 29 Loyola% S 30 Northern Illinois% O 6 at Butler% O 7 at UIC% O 10 at West Virginia O 13 Wright State% O 15 Kent State O 20 at Northern Illinois% O 21 at Loyola-Chicago% O 27 UW-Milwaukee% O 28 UW-Green Bay% O 28 Youngstown State N 1 Robert Morris N 3 UIC% N 4 Butler% N 8 at Akron N 10 at Wright State% N 11 at Youngstown State

L L W L W L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L W W L W L L L L L

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

* Syracuse Invitational | + Georgetown Invitational # Michigan State Invitational % Midwestern Collegiate Conference Match

1996 Overall Record: 15-19 Conference Record: 4-10

A 30 at Western Michigan* L 0-3 A 31 vs. Syracuse* L 2-3 A 31 vs. Northeastern Illinois* W 3-0 S 5 at Robert Morris W 3-0 S 7 at Duquesne+ L 1-3 S 7 vs. Towson State+ W 3-1 S 13 Niagara# W 3-0 S 14 West Virginia# W 3-1 S 14 Michigan State# L 0-3 S 20 vs. Marist@ W 3-0 S 20 vs. Lafayette@ W 3-0 S 21 at Drexel@ L 1-3 S 21 vs. Yale@ W 3-2 S 27 at Wright State% W 3-0 S 28 at Cincinnati L 0-3

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS O 4 UW-Green Bay% O 5 UW-Milwaukee% O 11 at Loyola% O 12 at Northern Illinois% O 18 Butler% O 19 UIC% O 20 Chicago State O 20 Eastern Michigan O 22 at Kent O 25 Wright State% O 26 Youngstown State N 1 Northern Illinois% N 2 Loyola% N 5 Akron N 8 at UW-Milwaukee% N 9 at UW-Green Bay% N 15 at UIC% N 16 at Butler% N 22 vs. Loyola+

W L L L L W W W L L W L L L L W L L L

3-0 0-3 0-3 0-3 0-3 3-0 3-0 3-0 1-3 0-3 3-0 1-3 0-4 1-3 0-3 3-0 1-3 0-3 0-3

* Western Michigan Tournament | + Duquesne Invitational # Cleveland State Tournament | @ Drexel Tournament % Midwestern Collegiate Conference match + MCC Tournament

1997 Overall Record: 14-17 Conference Record: 3-9

A 30 vs. Duquesne* A 31 at West Virginia* A 31 vs. Marshall* S 5 Youngstown State# S 6 Robert Morris# S 6 Toledo# S 10 at Eastern Michigan S 12 at Akron@ S 13 vs. Duquesne@ S 13 vs. Youngstown State@ S 19 Chicago State S 26 at UW-Green Bay% S 27 at UW-Milwaukee% O 3 UIC% O 4 Loyola% O 10 vs. Eastern Kentucky$ O 10 at Ohio$ O 11 vs. Indiana State$ O 11 vs. Morehead State$ O 17 at Butler% O 18 at Wright State% O 24 at Loyola% O 25 at UIC% O 26 at Chicago State O 31 UW-Milwaukee% N 1 UW-Green Bay% N 7 Wright State% N 8 Butler% N 14 at Bowling Green N 15 at Youngstown State N 22 vs. UIC+

W 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 2-3

* West Virginia Tournament | # Cleveland State Invitational @ Akron Tournament | $ Ohio Tournament % Midwestern Collegiate Conference match + MCC Tournament

1998 Overall Record: 15-17 Conference Record: 5-7

S 1 at Akron S 4 vs. Radford% S 5 vs. Florida Atlantic% S 5 at Tennessee% S 8 Duquesne S 11 at Kent State# S 11 vs. Tennessee Tech# S 12 vs. Dayton# S 12 vs. Connecticut# S 20 at Ohio State S 25 UIC* S 26 Loyola* S 27 Youngstown State O 2 at UW-Green Bay* O 3 at UW-Milwaukee* O 9 Butler* O 10 Wright State* O 16 at Morehead State& O 16 vs. Evansville&

L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 L 2-3

O 17 vs. Liberty& O 23 UW-Milwaukee* O 24 UW-Green Bay* O 30 at Wright State* O 31 at Butler* N 3 at Bowling Green N 4 at Toledo N 6 Ohio N 7 Niagara N 13 at Loyola* N 14 at UIC* N 21 vs. Butler$ N 21 vs. Loyola$

W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-2 L 2-3

% Toyota Lady Vol Classic | # Kent State Invitational & Morehead State Invitational * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match $ MCC Tournament

1999 Overall Record: 8-22 Conference Record: 3-9

S 1 Akron S 3 at Michigan State% S 3 vs. Eastern Kentucky% S 4 vs. Clemson% S 4 vs. Texas A & M% S 10 vs. Tennessee State& S 10 at Ohio& S 11 vs. Cincinnati& S 11 vs. Murray State& S 15 Canisius S 18 at Indiana# S 18 vs. Marshall# S 24 at UW-Milwaukee* S 25 at UW-Green Bay* O 1 Loyola* O 2 UIC* O 8 at Butler* O 9 at Wright State * O 12 at Duquesne O 20 Robert Morris O 22 UW-Green Bay* O 23 UW-Milwaukee* O 29 at UIC* O 30 at Loyola* N 2 at Youngstown State N 5 Wright State* N 6 Butler* N 15 at Eastern Michigan N 16 at Bowling Green N 21 vs. UIC$

L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3

% L&L/Michigan State Classic | & Ohio Invitational # Indiana Invitational * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match $ MCC Tournament

2000 Overall Record: 12-17 Conference Record: 1-11

S 1 vs. Evansville% S 2 vs. DePaul% S 2 vs. Valparaiso% S 5 at Akron S 8 vs. Georgia# S 9 at Duke# S 9 vs. Towson# S 15 vs. Buffalo& S 16 vs. Towson& S 16 at Northwestern& S 19 Eastern Michigan S 22 UIC* S 23 Loyola* S 27 Youngstown State S 29 at Wright State* S 30 at Butler* O 4 at Canisius O 13 UW-Milwaukee* O 14 UW-Green Bay* O 20 at Loyola* O 21 at UIC* O 27 Butler* O 28 Wright State* O 31 at Oakland N 7 Toledo N 10 at UW-Green Bay*

W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-1

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

N 11 at UW-Milwaukee* N 15 Bowling Green N 18 UW-Milwaukee$

L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3

% Butler Invitational | # Duke Invitational & Northwestern Wildcat Classic * Midwestern Collegiate Conference match $ MCC Tournament

2001 Overall Record: 7-19 League Record: 2-12

A 31 vs. Western Kentucky% S 1 at Toledo% S 1 vs. Chicago State% S 7 Niagara# S 7 Oakland# S 8 Canisius# S 8 Towson# S 21 at Butler* S 22 at Wright State* S 29 at Youngstown State* O 2 St. Francis (Pa.) O 5 UW-Green Bay* O 6 UW-Milwaukee* O 12 at UIC* O 13 at Loyola* O 16 Eastern Michigan O 19 Wright State* O 20 Butler* O 27 Youngstown State* O 30 at Kent State N 3 at UW-Milwaukee* N 4 at UW-Green Bay* N 9 Loyola* N 10 UIC* N 13 at Bowling Green N 16 at UW-Milwaukee$

L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3

% Clarion Hotel Westgate Rocket Volleyball Classic # Cleveland State Invitational | * Horizon League match $ Horizon League Tournament

2002 Overall Record: 18-13 League Record: 5-9

A 30 vs. Marquette% A 31 at Central Michigan% A 31 vs. Wyoming% S 3 Buffalo S 6 at Ohio State& S 7 vs. Eastern Kentucky& S 13 St. Francis (Pa.)# S 13 Tennessee Tech# S 14 Elon# S 14 Marshall# S 17 at Oakland S 20 at Niagara@ S 21 at Canisius@ S 21 vs. Stony Brook@ S 27 at Youngstown State* O 4 at UW-Green Bay* O 5 at UW-Milwaukee* O 11 UIC* O 12 Loyola* O 18 at Wright State* O 19 at Butler* O 22 at Robert Morris O 25 Youngstown State* O 30 at St. Francis (Pa.) N 1 UW-Milwaukee* N 2 UW-Green Bay* N 8 at Loyola* N 9 at UIC* N 15 Butler* N 16 Wright State* N 22 vs. UW-Milwaukee$

L 2-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 0-3

% Comfort Inn/Chippewa Classic & Buckeye Classic # Medical Mutual Cleveland State Invitational @ Western New York/ Holiday Inn Tournament * Horizon League match | $ HL Tournament

2003 Overall Record: 18-16 League Record: 4-10

A 29 vs. Colgate! A 29 vs. Boston College! A 30 vs. Siena! A 30 vs. Syracuse! S 5 at Valparaiso@ S 6 vs. Indiana State@ S 6 vs. East Tennessee St.@ S 9 at Ohio State S 12 Oakland# S 12 IPFW# S 13 St. Francis (Pa.)# S 13 Lehigh# S 16 Eastern Michigan S 20 vs. Northern Illinois$ S 20 at Virginia Tech$ S 26 at UW-Milwaukee* S 27 at UW-Green Bay* O 3 Loyola* O 4 UIC* O 7 Robert Morris O 10 at Butler* O 11 at Wright State* O 14 Bowling Green O 17 Youngstown State* O 21 Toledo O 24 UW-Green Bay* O 25 UW-Milwaukee* O 31 at UIC* N 1 at Loyola* N 7 Wright State* N 8 Butler* N 14 at Youngstown State* N 21 vs. UIC% N 21 vs. UW-Green Bay%

W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 0-3 W 0-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 0-3

! Western New York Tournament @ Valparaiso Popcorn Classic # Medical Mutual CSU Invitational $ Virginia Tech Invitational | * Horizon League match % Horizon League Championship

2004 Overall Record: 15-13 League Record: 6-8

S 1 Kent State S 8 at Bowling Green S 10 at Syracuse! S 11 vs. Manhattan S 11 vs. Siena S 17 Robert Morris@ S 18 IUPUI@ S 18 Eastern Michigan@ S 24 at Loyola* S 25 at UIC* O 1 Butler* O 2 Wright State* O 8 at Youngstown State* O 12 at Oakland O 15 UW-Milwaukee* O 16 UW-Green Bay* O 22 UIC* O 23 Loyola* O 26 at Toledo O 29 at Wright State* O 30 at Butler* N 2 at Robert Morris N 5 Youngstown State* N 12 at UW-Green Bay* N 13 at UW-Milwaukee* N 19 at Youngstown State# N 20 vs. UW-Milwaukee# N 21 vs. Loyola#

W 3-2 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 2-3

! Syracuse Big Orange Tournament @ Medical Mutual CSU Invitational * Horizon League match | # HL Championship

2005 Overall Record: 19-10 League Record: 11-3

A 26 Toledo S 2 vs. Rider! S 3 vs. St. Francis (Pa.)! S 3 at Duquesne!

L W W W

2-3 3-0 3-0 3-0


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS S 6 Ohio State S 9 vs. Illinois State@ S 9 at Michigan@ S 10 vs. Akron@ S 16 Binghamton# S 17 Niagara# S 17 San Diego State# S 23 at Butler* S 24 at Wright State* S 30 Youngstown State* O 7 at UW-Milwaukee* O 8 at UW-Green Bay* O 11 Oakland O 14 Loyola* O 15 UIC* O 21 Wright State* O 22 Butler* O 25 Bowling Green O 28 at Youngstown State* N 4 UW-Green Bay* N 5 UW-Milwaukee* N 7 at Kent State N 11 at UIC* N 12 at Loyola* N 19 vs. Wright State$

L 2-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 2-3

! Duquesne Invitational @ Michigan Pepsi/Nike Invitational # Medical Mutual CSU Invitational * Horizon League match | $ HL Championship

2006 Overall Record: 19-9 League Record: 8-6

A 25 vs. Iona! A 26 vs. Lehigh! A 26 at Temple! A 29 at Bowling Green S 1 at UNC Asheville@ S 2 vs. East Tennessee St.@ S 2 vs. UNC Greensboro@ S 8 vs. Bowling Green# S 9 at Oakland# S 9 vs. Indiana State# S 15 at Toledo S 16 Robert Morris S 22 at UW-Green Bay* S 23 at UW-Milwaukee* S 29 Loyola* S 30 UIC* O 6 at Butler* O 7 at Wright State* O 13 at Youngstown State* O 20 UW-Milwaukee* O 21 UW-Green Bay* O 27 at UIC* O 28 at Loyola* N 3 Wright State* N 4 Butler* N 10 Youngstown State* N 17 vs. Loyola$ N 18 vs. UIC$

W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 1-3 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 2-3

! Temple Invitational @ UNC Asheville Invitational # Oakland Courtyard by Marriott Invitational * Horizon League match | $ HL Championship

2007 Overall Record: 23-9 League Record: 13-3

A 24 vs. Bradley! A 24 vs. IUPUI! A 25 vs. Xavier! A 25 at Toledo! A 28 Kent State A 31 vs. Austin Peay@ S 1 vs. Georgetown@ S 1 at Kentucky@ S 7 at Southern Illinois# S 8 vs. Murray State S 8 vs. UMKC S 14 at Wright State* S 15 at Butler* S 21 at Youngstown State* S 28 Green Bay* S 29 Milwaukee* O 2 at Valparaiso

W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-1

O 5 UIC* O 6 Loyola* O 12 Butler* O 13 Wright State* O 19 at Milwaukee* O 20 at Green Bay* O 26 at Loyola* O 27 at UIC* N 3 Valparaiso* N 4 Dayton N 10 Youngstown State* N 16 vs. Youngstown State$ N 17 vs. Wright State$ N 18 vs. Valparaiso$ N 30 vs. Albany%

W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 0-3

! Toledo Invitational | @ Kentucky Invitational # Southern Illinois Invitational | * Horizon League match $ Horizon League Championship % NCAA Championship at Penn State

2008 Overall Record: 11-19 League Record: 7-9

A 29 vs. Connecticut# A 30 at Northern Illinois# A 30 vs. Chicago State S 5 vs. Towson$ S 5 vs. Northwestern$ S 6 at Dayton$ S 12 vs. UAB% S 12 vs. Kansas% S 13 at Wyoming% S 19 Loyola* S 20 UIC* S 26 at Wright State* O 3 at Valparaiso* O 4 at Butler* O 7 Youngstown State* O 11 Green Bay* O 12 Milwaukee* O 17 at UIC* O 18 at Loyola* O 21 Bowling Green O 25 Wright State* O 31 Butler* N 1 Valparaiso* N 7 at Milwaukee* N 8 at Green Bay* N 14 at Youngstown State* N 21 vs. Wright State^ N 22 vs. Valparaiso^ N 23 vs. Milwaukee^ N 29 at Kent State

L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 3-1

# Northern Illinois Invitational | $ Dayton Invitational % Wyoming Invitational | * Horizon League Match ^ Horizon League Championship

2009 Overall Record: 26-8 League Record: 13-3

A 28 vs. Air Force# A 28 vs. Canisius# A 29 vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson# A 29 at LaSalle# S 1 at Robert Morris S 4 Michigan State$ S 5 Syracuse$ S 5 Michigan State$ S 11 vs. Howard% S 11 at Western Carolina% S 12 vs. Gardner-Webb% S 15 Wright State* S 18 vs. Xavier@ S 18 vs. Bowling Green@ S 19 at Ohio State@ S 25 at Butler* S 26 at Valparaiso* S 29 Eastern Michigan O 2 UIC* O 3 Loyola* O 7 at Youngstown State* O 10 Milwaukee* O 11 Green Bay* O 13 at Bowling Green O 16 at Wright State* O 23 Valparaiso*

W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-2 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1

O 24 O 30 O 31 N 6 N 7 N 13 N 21 N 22

Butler* at Loyola* at UIC* at Green Bay* at Milwaukee* Youngstown State* UIC! Milwaukee!

W W L W L W W L

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

# LaSalle Invitational | $ CSU Invitational % VB Rags Western Carolina Invitational @ Ohio State Sports Imports Classic * Horizon League Match | ! HL Championship

2010 Overall Record: 22-7 League Record: 11-5

A 27 vs. Liberty# A 28 at East Carolina# A 28 vs. Charlotte# S 3 vs. High Point$ S 4 vs. Hofstra$ S 4 at Marshall$ S 10 George Washington% S 11 Morgan State% S 11 Kent State% S 18 at UIC* S 24 Milwaukee* S 25 Green Bay* O 1 Youngstown State* O 5 Butler* O 6 Wright State* O 9 at Valparaiso* O 10 at Loyola* O 15 UIC* O 19 Bowling Green O 22 at Green Bay* O 23 at Milwaukee* O 26 Robert Morris O 29 at Youngstown State* N 5 Loyola* N 6 Valparaiso* N 12 at Wright State* N 13 at Butler* N 19 vs. UIC! N 20 vs. Butler!

W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 2-3

# East Carolina Classic | $ Thunder Invitational % CSU Invitational | * Horizon League Match ! Horizon League Championship

2011 Overall Record: 21-8 League Record: 13-3

A 26 at Virginia Tech# A 27 vs. Indiana# A 27 vs. High Point# A 30 Akron S 2 vs. Toledo$ S 3 at Michigan State$ S 3 vs. St. John’s$ S 6 at Kent State S 9 DePaul% S 10 IPFW% S 10 Duquesne% S 16 at Butler* S 17 at Wright State* S 23 at Youngstown State* S 30 Milwaukee* O 4 at Green Bay* O 8 at Valparaiso* O 9 at UIC* O 14 Wright State* O 15 Butler* O 18 at Loyola* O 21 Youngstown State* O 29 at Milwaukee* N 4 UIC* N 5 Valparaiso* N 11 Loyola* N 12 Green Bay* N 19 vs. Butler! N 20 vs. Milwaukee!

L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 L 0-3

# Virginia Tech Tournament | $ MSU Tournament % CSU Tournament | * Horizon League Match ! Horizon League Championship

2012 Overall Record: 23-7 League Record: 13-1

A 24 vs. Kent State# A 25 at IPFW# A 25 vs. Murray State# A 28 at Eastern Michigan A 31 at Indiana$ S 1 vs. Georgia Tech$ S 1 vs. Bowling Green$ S 4 Pittsburgh S 7 Buffalo% S 8 Eastern Kentucky% S 8 Oakland% S 15 vs. Murray State@ S 15 at West Virginia@ S 21 at Green Bay* S 22 at Milwaukee* S 28 Loyola* S 29 UIC* O 5 at Valparaiso* O 6 at Wright State* O 12 at Youngstown State* O 19 Milwaukee* O 20 Green Bay* O 26 at UIC* O 27 at Loyola* N 2 Wright State* N 3 Valparaiso* N 8 Youngstown State* N 17 Loyola! N 18 UIC! N 30 at Kansas&

W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 L 3-1 L 3-0 W 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 3-2 W 3-0 L 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 3-1

# IPFW Invitational | $ Indiana Invitational % CSU Invitational | @ West Virginia Invitational * Horizon League Match| & NCAA Championship ! Horizon League Championship

2013 Overall Record: 16-13 League Record: 5-9

A 30 vs. Hartford# W A 30 vs. North Carolina St.# L A 31 vs. Eastern Michigan# W A 31 at Canisius# W S 6 High Point$ W S 7 IPFW$ L S 7 UC Irvine$ W S 13 at Cincinnati% W S 14 vs. Navy% W S 14 vs. Northern Kentucky% W S 20 vs. Campbell@ W S 21 vs. Wake Forest@ L S 21 at James Madison@ W S 27 at Youngstown State* L O 4 at Wright State* W O 5 at Oakland* W O 11 UIC* L O 12 Valparaiso* L O 18 at Milwaukee* L O 19 at Green Bay* L O 25 Youngstown State* L N 1 Oakland* L N 2 Wright State* W N 8 at Valparaiso* L N 9 at UIC* W N 15 Green Bay* L N 16 Milwaukee* W N 22 vs. Oakland! W N 23 at Milwaukee! L

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

# Canisius Tournament | $ CSU Invitational % Cincinnati Tournament | @ James Madison Invite * Horizon League Match | ! HL Championship

2014 Overall Record: 14-14 League Record: 7-7

A 29 at Appalachain State# A 30 vs. Tennessee# A 30 vs. Tennessee Tech# S 2 Akron S 5 vs. Georgetown$ S 6 at Penn$ S 6 vs. Colgate$ S 12 Navy%

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-0


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS S 13 Dayton% S 13 Toledo% S 19 vs. Arkansas@ S 19 at Kansas@ S 20 vs. North Texas@ S 26 Wright State* S 27 Oakland* O 3 at UIC* O 4 at Valparaiso* O 10 Milwaukee* O 11 Green Bay* O 17 Youngstown State* O 24 at Oakland* O 25 at Wright State* O 31 Valparaiso* N 1 UIC* N 7 at Green Bay* N 8 at Milwaukee* N 14 at Youngstown State* N 21 vs. Youngstown State!

W 3-1 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 0-3

O 12 O 14 O 21 O 22 O 28 O 29 N 5 N 6 N 9 N 11 N 19 N 20 D 2

Green Bay* at Wright State* at UIC* at Milwaukee* Valparaiso* Northern Kentucky* at Oakland* Youngstown State* at Green Bay* Wright State* Oakland! Green Bay! vs. Arizona&

W W W W W W W W L W W W L

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

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

Year Won Lost 1972 11 2 1973 12 3 1974 25 6 1975 22 9 1976 18 9 1977 28 11 1978 37 11 1979 16 31 1980 28 24 1981 20 27 1982 38 11 1983 29 13 1984 17 21 1985 11 16 1986 16 24 1987 11 36 1988 20 22 1989 12 24 1990 6 32 1991 12 24 1992 15 17 1993 5 26 1994 11 20 1995 6 26 1996 15 19 1997 14 17 1998 15 17 1999 8 22 2000 12 17 2001 7 19 2002 18 13 2003 18 16 2004 15 13 2005 19 10 2006 19 9 2007 23 9 2008 11 19 2009 26 8 2010 22 7 2011 21 8 2012 23 7 2013 16 13 2014 14 14 2015 26 7 2016 25 6 Totals 793 715

# Notre Dame Invitational | $ CSU Invitational % Temple Invitational | @ Hoosier Classic * Horizon League Match | ! HL Championship & NCAA Championship

# Appalachain Invitational | $ Penn Tournament % CSU Invitational | @ Jayhawk Classic * Horizon League Match | ! HL Championship

2015 Overall Record: 26-7 League Record: 13-3

A 28 at Middle Tennessee# A 28 vs. Indiana# A 29 vs. Notre Dame# A 29 vs. Bowling Green# S 1 at Akron S 4 Central Michigan$ S 5 Binghamton$ S 5 Cincinnati$ S 11 vs. Eastern Illinois% S 12 vs. Baylor% S 12 at Dayton% S 18 vs. Radford@ S 18 vs. Robert Morris@ S 19 at Toledo@ S 25 Green Bay* S 26 Milwaukee* O 2 Youngstown State* O 9 at Oakland* O 10 at Wright State* O 13 at Northern Kentucky* O 16 Valparaiso* O 17 UIC* O 23 at Green Bay* O 24 at Milwaukee* O 30 at Youngstown State* N 6 Wright State* N 7 Oakland* N 10 Northern Kentucky* N 13 at UIC* N 14 at Valparaiso* N 21 Northern Kentucky! N 22 Valparaiso! D 3 at USC&

W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-1 L 2-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 1-3

# Middle Tennessee Invite | $ CSU Invitational % Dayton Invitational | @ Blue/Gold Invite * Horizon League Match | ! HL Championship & NCAA Championship

Pct. Conf. Coach .846 Marsha Foth .800 Marsha Foth .806 Marsha Foth .710 Marsha Foth .667 Marsha Foth .718 Marsha Foth Nagy .771 Mary Motley .340 Mary Motley .539 Mary Motley .426 Mary Motley .776 Mary Motley .690 Mary Motley .447 Mary Motley .407 Mary Motley .400 Mary Motley .234 Mary Motley .476 3-7 Mary Motley .333 0-6 Mary Motley .159 0-7 Mary Motley .333 0-6 Mary Motley .469 5-11 Mary Motley .161 2-16 Mary Motley .355 2-8 Debbie Borsz .187 3-11 Debbie Borsz .441 4-10 Debbie Borsz .451 3-9 Debbie Borsz .469 5-7 Debbie Borsz .363 3-9 Debbie Borsz .414 1-11 Chuck Voss .269 2-12 Chuck Voss .581 5-9 Chuck Voss .529 4-10 Chuck Voss .536 6-8 Chuck Voss .655 11-3 Chuck Voss .679 8-6 Chuck Voss .719 13-3 Chuck Voss .367 7-9 Chuck Voss .765 13-3 Chuck Voss .759 11-5 Chuck Voss .724 13-3 Chuck Voss .767 13-1 Chuck Voss .551 5-9 Chuck Voss .500 7-7 Chuck Voss .787 13-3 Chuck Voss .806 14-2 Chuck Voss .525 176-211 45 Years

2016 Overall Record: 25-6 League Record: 14-2

A 26 vs. Western Michigan# A 27 at Notre Dame# A 27 vs. Seton Hall# S 2 Eastern Michigan$ S 2 Tennessee$ S 3 Boise State S 9 at Temple% S 10 vs. Rutgers% S 10 vs. New Hampshire% S 16 vs. IUPUI@ S 17 vs. Arkansas@ S 17 at Indiana@ S 23 Oakland* S 25 at Youngstown State* S 30 at Northern Kentucky* O 1 at Valparaiso* O 7 Milwaukee* O 8 UIC*

W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 2-3 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-0

Marsha Foth Nagy 116-40 (.744) Six Years

Mary Motley 293-359-5 (.450) 16 Years

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Debbie Borsz 69-121 (.363) Six Years

Chuck Voss 315-195 (.617) 17 Years


ALL-TIME RECORDS -A-

Air Force.......................................2-0 Akron........................................19-19 Alabama................... First Meeting Albany..........................................0-1 Appalachian State.......................0-1 Arizona.........................................0-1 Arkansas.......................................0-1 Arkansas State.............................1-0 Army.............................................0-1 Ashland......................................15-4 Austin Peay..................................1-0

Edinboro.....................................13-5 Elon...............................................1-0 Evansville.....................................1-1

Baldwin-Wallace........................19-0 Ball State.......................................2-4 Baylor............................................1-0 Binghamton.................................3-0 Boise State....................................0-1 Boston College.............................2-2 Bowling Green.........................19-17 Bradley..........................................1-0 Brockport......................................2-0 Bucknell........................................7-0 Buffalo...........................................4-0 Butler.........................................14-25

Gannon.........................................1-2 Gardner-Webb.............................1-0 George Mason..............................0-1 George Washington.....................1-3 George Williams...................... 0-0-1 Georgetown..................................4-1 Georgia.........................................0-1 Georgia Tech................................0-1 Grand Valley................................1-1 Green Bay................................38-17 Grove City....................................1-0

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Cal-Fullerton................................0-1 Cal-Irvine......................................1-1 California (Pa.).............................1-0 Calvin............................................3-0 Campbell......................................1-0 Canisius........................................8-0 Capital...........................................4-0 Carlton..........................................1-0 Case Western Reserve.................1-0 Cedarville.....................................2-0 Central Florida.............................0-1 Central Michigan.....................3-12 Charlotte.......................................1-0 Chicago State...............................5-0 Cincinnati...................................7-10 Clarion..........................................2-0 Clemson........................................0-1 Colgate..........................................2-3 Colorado College.........................1-0 Colorado State.............................1-0 Connecticut..................................0-4 Cornell..........................................2-1

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Fairfield.........................................1-0 Fairleigh-Dickinson....................5-1 Ferris State....................................2-2 Florida Atlantic............................1-0 Florida International...................1-0 Fordham.......................................1-0 Fresno State..................................0-1

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Hartford........................................2-0 High Point....................................3-0 Hofstra..........................................1-0 Howard.........................................3-3

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Illinois...........................................1-1 Illinois State..................................2-3 Indiana...................................... 3-8-1 Indiana State...............................6-1 Indiana Tech.................................0-1 Indiana (Pa.).................................1-0 IPFW..............................................1-3 IUPUI............................................3-0 Iona................................................3-0 Iowa........................................... 0-0-1 Iowa State.....................................1-0

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James Madison............................2-1 John Carroll..................................2-0 Juniata...........................................0-1

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Kansas...........................................0-3 Kellogg..........................................1-0 Kent State.................................24-29 Kentucky......................................1-7

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Lafayette.......................................1-0 Lake Superior State.....................1-0 LaSalle...........................................2-0 Lehigh...........................................2-0 Lewis.............................................2-1 Liberty...........................................2-0 Long Beach State.........................0-1 Louisville......................................1-1 Loyola (Md.)................................4-1 Loyola (Chicago).....................14-28 Loyola Marymount.....................3-1

Dayton........................................6-17 Defiance........................................1-0 DePaul........................................4-11 Drake.............................................1-1 Drexel............................................0-4 Duke..............................................0-1 Duquesne.....................................7-3 East Carolina................................1-0 East Tennessee State....................2-0 Eastern Illinois.............................3-6 Eastern Kentucky.......................7-3 Eastern Michigan......................12-9

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Malone..........................................1-0 Manhattan....................................1-0 Marist............................................1-0 Marquette.....................................3-4 Marshall........................................3-3 Maryland......................................3-1 Md.-Baltimore Co........................1-0 Massachusetts..............................0-1 Mercyhurst...................................1-0 Mesa College................................2-0 Miami (Ohio)...............................4-6 Michigan.......................................1-4 Michigan State...........................1-13 Middle Tennessee........................1-0 Milwaukee...............................15-43 Minnesota.....................................1-1 UMKC...........................................1-0 Morehead State............................1-3 Morgan State................................1-0 Mount St. Joseph.........................5-5 Murray State................................3-1

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Navy..............................................2-0 Nebraska.......................................0-1 New Hampshire..........................1-0 New York Tech.............................1-0 Niagara.........................................6-0 Nicholls State...............................0-1 North Carolina A&T...................1-0 North Texas..................................1-0 N.C. State......................................1-1 Northeastern Illinois...................2-2 Northern Colorado.....................2-2 Northern Illinois........................3-21 Northern Iowa.............................0-3 Northern Kentucky....................6-3 Northern Michigan.....................4-3 Northwestern...............................0-3 Northwood Institute...................1-0 Notre Dame..................................2-3

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Oakland......................................12-6 Oberlin..........................................4-0 Ohio Northern.............................4-0 Ohio State...................................8-16 Ohio...............................................7-7 Oral Roberts............ First Meeting

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Penn...............................................0-1 Penn State.....................................1-3 Pennsylvania................................1-0 Pittsburgh..................................4-13 Providence....................................0-5 Purdue..........................................1-6

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Radford.........................................3-0 Rhode Island................................0-2 Rider..............................................2-1 Robert Morris.............................29-1 Rutgers..........................................2-0

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St. Bonaventure...........................2-0 St. Francis (Pa.)..........................10-1 St. John’s.......................................1-0 St. Peter’s......................................3-0 San Diego State............................0-2 Santa Barbara..............................0-1 Seton Hall.....................................1-0 Shepherd.......................................1-0 Siena..............................................2-0 Slippery Rock...............................6-0 South Alabama............................0-1 South Carolina.............................0-2 Southern Cal................................0-2 Southern Illinois..........................1-1 South Florida...............................0-1 Stony Brook..................................1-0 Syracuse........................................4-8

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Temple..........................................7-3 Tennessee-Chattanooga..............1-0 Tennessee-Martin........................1-0 Tennessee......................................1-2 Tennessee State............................1-0 Tennessee Tech.............................3-1 Texas A&M...................................0-1 Toledo........................................16-21 Towson..........................................4-4

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UAB...............................................0-1 UIC............................................31-43 UNC Asheville.............................2-0 UNC Greensboro.........................1-0 U.S. International........................0-1

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Valparaiso.................................17-20 Villanova.......................................0-1 VCU...............................................1-3 Virginia Tech................................1-2

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Wake Forest..................................0-1 Waterloo-Ontario........................2-0 Wayne State..................................0-3 West Chester................................1-0 West Virginia..............................9-17 Western Carolina.........................1-0 Western Illinois............................2-5 Western Kentucky.......................0-1 Western Michigan................... 2-3-1 William & Mary...........................1-2 Windsor........................................2-0 Wisconsin.....................................0-3 Wisconsin-LaCrosse....................1-0 Wisconsin-Parkside.....................1-1 Wooster.........................................4-2 Wright State.............................35-32 Wyoming......................................0-2

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Xavier............................................0-3

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Yale................................................1-0 York...............................................0-2 Youngstown State...................57-17 2017 Opponents in bold

ALL-TIME RECORDS


ALL-TIME RESULTS SINCE 2000 Air Force CSU Leads: 1-0

8/28/09............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Akron CSU Leads: 5-0

9/1/15...............A...............3-1............... CSU 9/2/14.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 8/30/11............ H...............3-1............... CSU 9/10/05............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/5/00...............A...............3-0............... CSU

Albany ALB Leads: 1-0

11/30/07.......... N...............3-0............... ALB

Appalachain State ASU Leads: 1-0

8/29/14.............A...............3-0...............ASU

Arizona UA Leads: 1-0

12/2/16............ N...............3-0................. UA

10/5/10............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/24/09.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/25/09.............A...............3-2..................BU 10/31/08.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/4/08.............A...............3-0..................BU 10/12/07.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/15/07.............A...............3-1............... CSU 11/4/06............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/6/06.............A...............3-0............... CSU 10/22/05.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/23/05.............A...............3-2..................BU 10/30/04...........A...............3-0..................BU 10/1/04............ H...............3-2..................BU 11/8/03............ H...............3-2..................BU 10/10/03...........A...............3-2..................BU 11/15/02.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 10/19/02...........A...............3-0..................BU 10/20/01.......... H...............3-0..................BU 9/21/01.............A...............3-0..................BU 10/27/00.......... H...............3-1..................BU 9/30/00.............A...............3-1..................BU

Baylor CSU Leads: 1-0

9/12/15............ N...............3-1............... CSU

Central Michigan CSU Leads: 2-0

9/4/15.............. H...............3-1............... CSU 8/31/02.............A...............3-2............... CSU

Boston College CSU Leads: 1-0

8/29/03............ N...............3-1............... CSU

Bowling Green BGSU Leads: 8-5

8/29/15............ N...............3-2.............BGSU 9/1/12.............. N...............3-0............... CSU 10/19/10.......... H...............3-0.............BGSU 10/13/09...........A...............3-0............... CSU 9/18/09............ N...............3-2............... CSU 10/21/08.......... H...............3-2.............BGSU 9/8/06.............. N...............3-2............... CSU 8/29/06.............A...............3-1.............BGSU 10/25/05.......... H...............3-1.............BGSU 9/8/04...............A...............3-2.............BGSU 10/14/03.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 11/13/01...........A...............3-0.............BGSU 11/15/00.......... H...............3-0.............BGSU

Bradley CSU Leads: 1-0

8/24/07............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Buffalo CSU Leads: 3-0

9/7/12.............. H...............3-1............... CSU 9/3/02.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 9/15/00............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Butler BU Leads: 15-11

11/19/11.......... N...............3-2............... CSU 10/15/11.......... H...............3-0..................BU 9/16/11.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/20/10.......... N...............3-2..................BU 11/13/10...........A...............3-1..................BU

Cincinnati Series Tied: 1-1

9/5/15.............. H...............3-1................. UC 9/13/13.............A...............3-0............... CSU

Colgate Series Tied: 1-1

9/6/14.............. N...............3-0............... COL 8/29/03............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Connecticut UCONN Leads: 1-0

8/29/08............ N...............3-1........UCONN

Dayton UD Leads: 3-1

9/12/15.............A...............3-0................. UD 9/13/14............ H...............3-1............... CSU 9/6/08...............A...............3-2................. UD 11/4/07............ H...............3-0................. UD

DePaul Series Tied: 1-1

9/9/11.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 9/2/00.............. N...............3-0............... DEP

Duke DUKE Leads: 1-0

9/9/00...............A...............3-0............DUKE

Duquesne CSU Leads: 2-0

9/10/11............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/3/05...............A...............3-0............... CSU

East Carolina CSU Leads: 1-0

8/28/10.............A...............3-0............... CSU

9/5/14.............. N...............3-0............... CSU 9/1/07.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Hartford CSU Leads: 1-0

8/30/13............ N...............3-0............... CSU

High Point CSU Leads: 3-0

9/6/13.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 8/27/11............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/3/10.............. N...............3-1............... CSU

Hofstra CSU Leads: 1-0

9/4/10.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Howard CSU Leads: 1-0

Evansville CSU Leads: 1-0

9/9/05.............. N...............3-1............... CSU

9/1/00.............. N...............3-1............... CSU

Fairleigh-Dickinson CSU Leads: 1-0

8/29/09............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Gardner-Webb CSU Leads: 1-0

9/8/00.............. N...............3-1.............. UGA

8/30/08............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/1/01.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Georgetown CSU Leads: 2-0

9/11/09............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Chicago State CSU Leads: 2-0

Boise State BSU Leads: 1-0

George Washington CSU Leads: 1-0

9/10/10............ H...............3-0............... CSU

Elon CSU Leads: 1-0

Charlotte CSU Leads: 1-0

8/28/10............ N...............3-0............... CSU

9/3/16.............. H...............3-1................BSU

Eastern Michigan CSU Leads: 6-2

9/12/09............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Binghamton CSU Leads: 2-0

9/5/15.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 9/16/05............ H...............3-0............... CSU

9/8/12.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 9/7/02.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

9/14/02............ H...............3-0............... CSU

8/31/13.............A...............3-0............... CSU 8/28/09............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/21/02.............A...............3-1............... CSU 9/8/01.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 10/4/00.............A...............3-0............... CSU

8/31/07............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Eastern Kentucky CSU Leads: 2-0

Canisius CSU Leads: 5-0

Arkansas State CSU Leads: 1-0 Austin Peay CSU Leads: 1-0

9/2/06.............. N...............3-2............... CSU 9/6/03.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Campbell CSU Leads: 1-0

9/20/13............ N...............3-1............... CSU

9/17/16............ N...............3-1............... CSU

East Tennessee State CSU Leads: 2-0

9/2/16.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 8/31/13............ N...............3-1............... CSU 8/28/12.............A...............3-2............... CSU 9/29/09............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/18/04............ H...............3-2............... CSU 9/16/03............ H...............3-2..............EMU 10/16/01.......... H...............3-0..............EMU 9/19/00............ H...............3-0............... CSU

Arkansas ARK Leads: 1-0

9/19/14............ N...............3-0...............ARK

Eastern Illinois CSU Leads: 1-0

9/11/15............ N...............3-2............... CSU

Illinois State CSU Leads: 1-0 Indiana Series Tied: 2-2

9/17/16.............A...............3-0...................IU 8/28/15............ N...............3-2............... CSU 8/31/12.............A...............3-1...................IU 8/27/11............ N...............3-2............... CSU

Indiana State CSU Leads: 2-0

Georgia UGA Leads: 1-0

9/9/06.............. N...............3-0............... CSU 9/6/03.............. N...............3-2............... CSU

Georgia Tech GT Leads: 1-0

8/25/06............ N...............3-0............... CSU

9/1/12.............. N...............3-0..................GT

Green Bay CSU Leads: 26-10

11/20/16.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 11/9/16.............A...............3-2..................GB 10/12/16.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/23/15...........A...............3-1............... CSU 9/25/15............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/7/14.............A...............3-1............... CSU 10/11/14.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/15/13.......... H...............3-2..................GB 10/19/13...........A...............3-1..................GB 10/20/12.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/21/12.............A...............3-1............... CSU 11/12/11.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 10/4/11.............A...............3-0............... CSU 10/22/10...........A...............3-2............... CSU 9/25/10............ H...............3-1............... CSU 11/6/09.............A...............3-1............... CSU 10/11/09.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/8/08.............A...............3-0............... CSU 10/11/08.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 10/20/07...........A...............3-1............... CSU 9/28/07............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/21/06.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/22/06.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/4/05............ H...............3-1............... CSU 10/8/05.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/12/04...........A...............3-1..................GB 10/16/04.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/21/03.......... N...............3-0..................GB 10/24/03.......... H...............3-2..................GB 9/27/03.............A...............3-0..................GB 11/2/02............ H...............3-1............... CSU 10/4/02.............A...............3-1..................GB 11/4/01.............A...............3-2............... CSU 10/5/01............ H...............3-1..................GB 11/10/00...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/14/00.......... H...............3-0..................GB

ALL-TIME RESULTS SINCE 2000

Iona CSU Leads: 1-0

IPFW IPFW Leads: 3-1

9/7/13.............. H...............3-1............. IPFW 8/25/12.............A...............3-0............... CSU 9/10/11............ H...............3-1............. IPFW 9/12/03............ H...............3-1............. IPFW

IUPUI CSU Leads: 3-0

9/16/16............ N...............3-1............... CSU 8/24/07............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/18/04............ H...............3-1............... CSU

James Madison CSU Leads: 1-0

9/21/13.............A...............3-1............... CSU

Kansas KU Leads: 3-0

9/19/14.............A...............3-1................. KU 11/30/12...........A...............3-1................. KU 9/12/08............ N...............3-1................. KU

Kent State Series Tied: 4-4

8/24/12............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/6/11...............A...............3-2............... KSU 9/11/10............ H...............3-1............... CSU 11/29/08...........A...............3-1............... CSU 8/28/07............ H...............3-2............... KSU 11/7/05.............A...............3-2............... KSU 9/1/04.............. H...............3-2............... CSU 10/30/01...........A...............3-2............... KSU

Kentucky UK Leads: 1-0

9/1/07...............A...............3-0................. UK


ALL-TIME RESULTS SINCE 2000 LaSalle CSU Leads: 1-0

8/29/09.............A...............3-0............... CSU

Lehigh CSU Leads: 2-0

8/26/06............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/13/03............ H...............3-0............... CSU

Liberty CSU Leads: 1-0

8/27/10............ N...............3-2............... CSU

Loyola (Chicago) LOY Leads: 16-13

11/17/12.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/27/12...........A...............3-1............... CSU 9/28/12............ H...............3-0............... LOY 11/11/11.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/18/11...........A...............3-0............... CSU 11/5/10............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/10/10...........A...............3-1............... LOY 10/30/09...........A...............3-0............... CSU 10/3/09............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/18/08...........A...............3-2............... LOY 9/19/08............ H...............3-2............... LOY 10/26/07...........A...............3-0............... CSU 10/6/07............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/17/06.......... N...............3-2............... CSU 10/28/06...........A...............3-2............... LOY 9/29/06............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/12/05...........A...............3-2............... CSU 10/14/05.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/21/04.......... N...............3-2............... LOY 10/23/04.......... H...............3-1............... LOY 9/24/04.............A...............3-2............... LOY 11/1/03.............A...............3-0............... LOY 10/3/03............ H...............3-2............... LOY 11/8/02.............A...............3-1............... LOY 10/12/02.......... H...............3-0............... LOY 11/9/01............ H...............3-0............... LOY 10/13/01...........A...............3-0............... LOY 10/20/00...........A...............3-0............... LOY 9/23/00............ H...............3-1............... LOY

Manhattan CSU Leads: 1-0

9/11/04............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Marquette MU Leads: 1-0

8/30/02............ N...............3-2................ MU

Marshall CSU Leads: 2-0

9/4/10...............A...............3-2............... CSU 9/14/12............ H...............3-1............... CSU

Michigan UM Leads: 1-0

9/9/05...............A...............3-0................ UM

Michigan State MSU Leads: 3-0

9/3/11...............A...............3-0.............. MSU 9/5/09.............. H...............3-0.............. MSU 9/4/09.............. H...............3-1.............. MSU

Middle Tennessee CSU Leads: 1-0

8/28/15.............A...............3-0............... CSU

Milwaukee MIL Leads: 31-11

10/22/16...........A...............3-2............... CSU 10/7/16............ H...............3-2............... CSU 10/24/15...........A...............3-2............... CSU 9/26/15............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/8/14.............A...............3-1............... CSU 10/10/14.......... H...............3-0................MIL 11/23/13...........A...............3-1................MIL 11/16/13.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 10/18/13...........A...............3-0................MIL 10/19/12.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/22/12.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/2-/11........... N...............0-3................MIL 10/29/11...........A...............3-1................MIL

9/30/11............ H...............3-0................MIL 10/23/10...........A...............3-1................MIL 9/24/10............ H...............3-2................MIL 11/22/09.......... H...............3-1................MIL 11/7/09.............A...............3-1................MIL 10/10/09.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/23/08.......... N...............3-2................MIL 11/7/08.............A...............3-0................MIL 10/12/08.......... H...............3-1................MIL 10/19/07...........A...............3-2................MIL 9/29/07............ H...............3-2............... CSU 10/20/06.......... H...............3-1................MIL 9/23/06.............A...............3-0................MIL 11/5/05............ H...............3-0................MIL 10/7/05.............A...............3-0................MIL 11/20/04.......... N...............3-2............... CSU 11/13/04...........A...............3-1................MIL 10/15/04.......... H...............3-1................MIL 10/25/03.......... H...............3-2................MIL 9/26/03.............A...............3-1................MIL 11/22/02.......... N...............3-0................MIL 11/1/02............ H...............3-1................MIL 10/5/02.............A...............3-0................MIL 11/16/01...........A...............3-0................MIL 11/3/01.............A...............3-0................MIL 10/6/01............ H...............3-1................MIL 11/18/00.......... H...............3-0................MIL 11/11/00...........A...............3-0................MIL 10/13/00.......... H...............3-0................MIL

Oakland CSU Leads: 12-6

9/3/11.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Ohio State OSU Leads: 4-0

9/2/16.............. H...............3-2............... CSU 8/30/14............ N...............3-1..................UT

9/19/09.............A...............3-1...............OSU 9/6/05.............. H...............3-2...............OSU 9/9/03...............A...............3-1...............OSU 9/6/02...............A...............3-0...............OSU

Penn PENN Leads: 1-0

Morgan State CSU Leads: 1-0

9/6/14...............A...............3-0............PENN

Murray State CSU Leads: 3-0

9/4/12.............. H...............3-0...............PITT

9/11/10............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/15/12............ N...............3-0............... CSU 8/25/12............ N...............3-1............... CSU 9/8/07.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Navy CSU Leads: 2-0

9/12/14............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/14/13............ N...............3-1............... CSU

New Hampshire CSU Leads: 1-0

9/10/16............ N...............3-1............... CSU

Niagara CSU Leads: 3-0

9/17/05............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/20/02.............A...............3-0............... CSU 9/7/01.............. H...............3-1............... CSU

North Carolina State NCST Leads: 1-0

8/30/13............ N...............3-0.............NCST

North Texas CSU Leads: 1-0

9/20/14............ N...............3-2............... CSU

Northern Illinois NIU Leads: 2-0

8/30/08.............A...............3-0............... NIU 9/20/03............ N...............3-2............... NIU

Northern Kentucky CSU Leads: 5-1

10/29/16.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/30/16.............A...............3-2............... CSU 11/21/15.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 11/10/15.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/13/15...........A...............3-2..............NKU 9/14/13............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Northwestern NU Leads: 2-0

9/5/08.............. N...............3-0.................NU 9/16/00.............A...............3-1.................NU

Notre Dame Series Tied: 1-1

8/27/16.............A...............3-0.................ND 8/29/15............ N...............3-2............... CSU

St. John’s CSU Leads: 1-0

11/16/16.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 11/5/16.............A...............3-0............... CSU 9/23/16............ H...............3-2.............. OAK 11/7/15............ H...............3-1.............. OAK 10/9/15.............A...............3-2............... CSU 10/24/14...........A...............3-2.............. OAK 9/27/14............ H...............3-2.............. OAK 11/22/13.......... N...............3-1............... CSU 11/1/13............ H...............3-0.............. OAK 10/5/13.............A...............3-2............... CSU 9/8/12.............. H...............3-2.............. OAK 9/9/06...............A...............3-0............... CSU 10/11/05.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/12/04...........A...............3-0............... CSU 9/12/03............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/17/02.............A...............3-0............... CSU 9/7/01.............. H...............3-0............... CSU 10/31/00...........A...............3-1............... CSU

Pittsburgh PITT Leads: 1-0 Radford CSU Leads: 1-0

9/18/15............ N...............3-2............... CSU

Rider CSU Leads: 1-0

9/2/05.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Robert Morris CSU Leads: 7-1

9/18/15............ N...............3-0............... CSU 10/26/10.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 9/1/09...............A...............3-0............... CSU 9/16/06............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/2/04.............A...............3-2..............RMU 9/17/04............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/7/03............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/22/02...........A...............3-2............... CSU

Stony Brook CSU Leads: 1-0

9/21/02............ N...............3-2............... CSU

Syracuse CSU Leads: 2-1

9/5/09.............. H...............3-2............... CSU 9/10/04.............A...............3-0................SYR 8/30/03............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Temple Series Tied: 1-1

9/9/16...............A...............3-2............... CSU 8/26/06.............A...............3-2...............TEM

Tennessee Series Tied: 1-1

Tennessee Tech CSU Leads: 2-0

8/30/14............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/13/02............ H...............3-1............... CSU

Toledo CSU Leads: 7-3

9/19/15.............A...............3-0............... CSU 9/13/14............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/2/11.............. N...............3-0............... CSU 8/25/07.............A...............3-0............... CSU 9/15/06.............A...............3-0............... CSU 8/26/05............ H...............3-2..................UT 10/26/04...........A...............3-0..................UT 10/21/03.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/1/01...............A...............3-1..................UT 11/7/00............ H...............3-0............... CSU

Towson Series Tied: 2-2

9/5/08.............. N...............3-2..............TOW 9/8/01.............. H...............3-2..............TOW 9/16/00............ N...............3-2............... CSU 9/9/00.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

UAB UAB Leads: 1-0

9/12/08............ N...............3-1...............UAB

UC Irvine CSU Leads: 1-0

Rutgers CSU Leads: 1-0

9/7/13.............. H...............3-2............... CSU

San Diego State SDSU Leads: 1-0

10/21/16...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/8/16............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/13/15...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/17/15.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/1/14............ H...............3-2................ UIC 10/3/14.............A...............3-1............... CSU 11/9/13.............A...............3-1............... CSU 10/11/13.......... H...............3-2................ UIC 11/18/12.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 10/26/12...........A...............3-1............... CSU 9/29/12............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/4/11............ H...............3-2............... CSU 10/9/11.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/19/10.......... N...............3-0............... CSU 10/15/10.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 9/18/10.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/21/09.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 10/31/09...........A...............3-2................ UIC 10/2/09............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/17/08...........A...............3-1................ UIC 9/20/08............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/27/07...........A...............3-2................ UIC 10/5/07............ H...............3-2............... CSU 11/18/06.......... N...............3-2................ UIC 10/27/06...........A...............3-1............... CSU 9/30/06............ H...............3-1................ UIC 11/11/05...........A...............3-2............... CSU 10/15/05.......... H...............3-1............... CSU

9/10/16............ N...............3-0............... CSU 9/17/05............ H...............3-1.............SDSU

Seton Hall CSU Leads: 1-0

8/27/16............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Siena CSU Leads: 2-0

9/11/04............ N...............3-0............... CSU 8/30/03............ N...............3-0............... CSU

Southern California USC Leads: 1-0

12/3/15.............A...............3-1............... USC

Southern Illinois SIU Leads: 1-0

9/7/07...............A...............3-2.................SIU

St. Francis (PA) CSU Leads: 5-0

9/3/05.............. N...............3-0............... CSU 9/13/03............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/30/02...........A...............3-0............... CSU 9/13/02............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/2/01............ H...............3-0............... CSU

UIC CSU Leads: 25-14

ALL-TIME RESULTS SINCE 2000


ALL-TIME RESULTS SINCE 2000 10/22/04.......... H...............3-1................ UIC 9/25/04.............A...............3-1............... CSU 11/21/03.......... N...............3-0............... CSU 10/31/03...........A...............3-1................ UIC 10/4/03............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/9/02.............A...............3-0................ UIC 10/11/02.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/10/01.......... H...............3-1................ UIC 10/12/01...........A...............3-0................ UIC 10/21/00...........A...............3-1................ UIC 9/22/00............ H...............3-2................ UIC

UMKC CSU Leads: 1-0

9/8/07.............. N...............3-2............... CSU

UNC Asheville CSU Leads: 1-0

9/1/06...............A...............3-0............... CSU

UNC Greensboro CSU Leads: 1-0

9/2/06.............. N...............3-0............... CSU

Valparaiso CSU Leads: 16-9

10/28/16.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/1/16.............A...............3-1............... CSU 11/22/15.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 11/14/15...........A...............3-1............... VAL 10/16/15.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 10/31/14.......... H...............3-0............... VAL 10/4/14.............A...............3-1............... VAL 11/8/13.............A...............3-0............... VAL 10/12/13.......... H...............3-2............... VAL 11/3/12............ H...............3-2............... CSU 10/5/12.............A...............3-2............... CSU 11/5/11............ H...............3-1............... CSU 10/8/11.............A...............3-2............... CSU 11/6/10............ H...............3-0............... VAL 10/9/10.............A...............3-1............... CSU 10/23/09.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 9/26/09.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/22/08.......... N...............3-2............... CSU 11/1/08............ H...............3-0............... VAL 10/3/08.............A...............3-2............... VAL 11/18/07.......... N...............3-1............... CSU 11/3/07............ H...............3-1............... CSU 10/2/07.............A...............3-1............... CSU 9/5/03...............A...............3-0............... VAL 9/2/00.............. N...............3-1............... CSU

Virginia Tech Series Tied: 1-1

8/26/11.............A...............3-0..................VT 9/20/03.............A...............3-1............... CSU

Wake Forest WF Leads: 1-0

9/21/13............ N...............3-0................. WF

West Virginia WVU Leads: 1-0

9/15/12.............A...............3-2............. WVU

Western Carolina KU Leads: 2-0

9/11/09.............A...............3-0............... CSU

Western Kentucky CSU Leads: 1-0

8/31/01............ N...............3-0............. WKU

Western Michigan CSU Leads: 1-0

8/26/16............ N...............3-1............... CSU

Wright State CSU Leads: 25-12

11/11/16.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/14/16...........A...............3-0............... CSU 11/6/15............ H...............3-1............... CSU 10/10/15...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/25/14...........A...............3-0............... CSU 9/26/14............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/2/13............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/4/13.............A...............3-1............... CSU

11/2/12............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/6/12.............A...............3-0............... CSU 10/14/11.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/17/11.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/12/10...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/6/10............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/16/09...........A...............3-0............... CSU 9/15/09............ H...............3-1............... CSU 11/21/08.......... N...............3-0............... CSU 10/25/08.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 9/26/08.............A...............3-2.............. WSU 11/17/07.......... N...............3-1............... CSU 10/13/07.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 9/14/07.............A...............3-2.............. WSU 11/3/06............ H...............3-2.............. WSU 10/7/06.............A...............3-0.............. WSU 11/19/05.......... N...............3-2.............. WSU 10/21/05.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 9/24/05.............A...............3-1............... CSU 10/29/04...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/2/04............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/7/03............ H...............3-1............... CSU 10/11/03...........A...............3-1.............. WSU 11/16/02.......... H...............3-1.............. WSU 10/18/03...........A...............3-1.............. WSU 10/19/01.......... H...............3-1.............. WSU 9/22/01.............A...............3-0.............. WSU 10/28/00.......... H...............3-1.............. WSU 9/29/00.............A...............3-0.............. WSU

Wyoming WYO Leads: 2-0

9/13/08.............A...............3-0............. WYO 8/31/02............ N...............3-0............. WYO

Xavier XU Leads: 2-0

9/18/09............ N...............3-2................. XU 8/25/07............ N...............3-2................. XU

Youngstown State CSU Leads: 31-5

11/6/16............ H...............3-0............... CSU 9/25/16.............A...............3-0............... CSU 10/30/15...........A...............3-0............... CSU 10/2/15............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/21/14.......... N...............3-0............... YSU 11/14/14...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/17/14.......... H...............3-1............... YSU 10/25/13.......... H...............3-2............... YSU 9/27/13.............A...............3-0............... YSU 11/8/12............ H...............3-0............... CSU 10/12/12...........A...............3-0............... CSU 10/21/11.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 9/23/11.............A...............3-0............... CSU 10/29/10...........A...............3-0............... CSU 10/1/10............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/13/09.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/7/09.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/24/08...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/7/08............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/16/07.......... N...............3-1............... CSU 11/10/07.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 9/21/07.............A...............3-1............... CSU 11/10/06.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/13/06...........A...............3-0............... CSU 10/28/05...........A...............3-0............... CSU 9/30/05............ H...............3-0............... CSU 11/19/04...........A...............3-0............... CSU 11/5/04............ H...............3-1............... CSU 10/8/04.............A...............3-0............... CSU 11/14/03...........A...............3-1............... CSU 10/17/03.......... H...............3-0............... CSU 10/25/02.......... H...............3-1............... CSU 9/27/02.............A...............3-2............... CSU 10/27/01.......... H...............3-2............... CSU 9/29/01.............A...............3-1............... YSU 9/27/00............ H...............3-1............... CSU Results listed for 17-year tenure of Head Coach Chuck Voss

ALL-TIME RESULTS SINCE 2000


2007 NCAA TOURNAMENT

2007 NCAA TOURNAMENT

Dec. 7-8, 2007 | Penn State Regional

The 2007 volleyball season was one to remember, as the Vikings captured their first-ever Horizon League Championship and automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Led by first team AllHorizon League selections Amy Benz, Beth Greulich and Mel Snyder, the Vikings finished the season with a 23-9 record, including a 13-3 mark in the Horizon League. CSU traveled to Penn State for the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, where they fell to Albany in their first NCAA Championship contest in program history.

2007 NCAA TOURNAMENT


2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT

2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT

Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2012 | Kansas Regional

Cleveland State became just the second Horizon League team in the past 10 years to win both the regular season and tournament titles during 2012 - capturing the program’s second trip to the NCAA Tournament. Behind Horizon League Player of the Year Kara Koch and Horizon League Coach of the Year Chuck Voss, the Vikings finished the season with a 23-7 mark. The Vikings traveled to Kansas for the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament, where they fell to the Jayhawks, 3-1 - marking the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament set win.

2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT


2015 NCAA TOURNAMENT

2015 NCAA TOURNAMENT Dec. 3-4, 2015 | San Diego Regional

For the second time in program history, the Vikings captured both the Horizon League Regular Season and Tournament titles during 2015 - capping off their sixth 20-win season under Chuck Voss with their third appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Although the Vikings were matched up against top-seeded USC in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Cleveland State was still able to leave its mark on the West Coast, dropping a 3-1 decision to the Trojans to finish the season with a 26-7 record - the most wins since the 2009 season.

2015 NCAA TOURNAMENT


2016 NCAA TOURNAMENT

2016 NCAA TOURNAMENT Dec. 2-3, 2016 | Lincoln Regional

For the third time in program history - and the second straight season - the Vikings captured both the Horizon League Regular Season and Tournament titles during 2016, capping off their seventh 20-win season under Chuck Voss with their fourth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Following a strong regular season performance the Vikings earned a neutral site match in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, dropping a 3-0 contest against Arizona to finish the season with a 25-6 record - marking the second straight 25-win campaign.

2016 NCAA TOURNAMENT


2017 HEADSHOT ROSTER

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2

Rachael Dohar DS | Junior

Alexis Middlebrooks MH | Senior

8

7 Rachel Stover OH | Junior

12 S | Senior

19 Jessica Herman DS | Freshman

4

Halle Schoen

Hannah Greene

9

10

11

Emily DeGeorge

Shannon Grega

OH | Freshman

Mariah Carrero-Johnson Georgiana Voiebuna MH | Junior

13

Gina Kilner

3

Jordan Verbiak DS | Sophomore

22 Ammaarah Williams MH | Freshman

DS | Freshman

14 Katie Mihalik OH | Senior

MH | Freshman

OH | Freshman

15 Ambre Pierce

MH | R-Freshman

6 Christina Hudgens S | R-Freshman

DS | Senior

16 Sara Skeens

OH | Sophomore

23 Trinniti Hall

MH | Sophomore

2017 HEADSHOT ROSTER


2017 Cleveland State Volleyball Informational Guide  

2017 Cleveland State Volleyball Informational Guide