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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Charleston Southern Volleyball Table of Contents Quick Facts

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Outlook Rosters Season Outlook

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Danyel Bellush Q&A With Coach Bellush Assistant Coach Kreg Togami Assistant Coach Carrie Yohe Player Bios Amanda Hill Cori Holeman Emily Libertowski Tricia Rodl Amberle Trinder Amy Nokes Crissy Skokan Ashley Johnston Michaela Luna

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Colleen Hargrove Andrea Keesee Kayla Klinger Maggie Murphy Carley Reiter Laura Grace Swindler 2010 Opponents 2010 Opponents Administration Bios 2009 in Review Match Results Overall Stats

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Records and History Big South Tradition of Excellence Individual Season Records Individual Career Records All-Time Results

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Charleston Southern University Pages

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball QUICK FACTS

General

Team Information

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 118087

Charleston, SC 29423-8087

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Big South Finish:

6-10 (T-6th)

Founded:

1964

Starters Returning/Lost:

4/2

Enrollment (Fall 2009):

3,236

Lettermen Returning/Lost:

9/3

Nickname:

Buccaneers

Colors:

Blue and Gold

Arena:

CSU Field House (881)

National Affiliation:

NCAA Division I

Conference:

Big South

President:

Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. (App. St., ’69)

Vice President:

Dr. Rick Brewer (CSU, ’77) Hank Small (Gettysburg, ’69)

Athletic Director: NCAA Faculty Rep:

Todd Heldreth

Associate A.D. (Marketing)......................... Cathryn Broderhausen Assistant A.D. (Operations):

James Bradley

Assistant A.D. (Compliance):

Mike Hammond

Sr. Women’s Admin. (SWA):

Assistant A.D. (Media):

(843)-863-7678

Athletic Department Fax:

(843)-863-7695

Ticket Office Phone:

(843)-863-7213

History First Year of Volleyball:

1979

All-Time Record:

485-583

NCAA Tournament Appearances:

None

Highest Win Percentage (year):

26-8 .764 (1986)

Most Wins (year):

34-20 (1981)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Alma Mater (Year):

Danyel Bellush (14th season) Charleston Southern, (’97)

CSU Record:

136-278 (13 years)

Career Record:

136-278 (13 years)

Office Phone: E-Mail: Assistant Coach:

(843)-863-7680 dbellush@csuniv.edu Kreg Togami (1st season)

Blake Freeland

Office Phone:

(843)-863-7687

E-mail:

bfreeland@csuniv.edu

Sports Information Intern / VB Contact:....................Joe Carmany Office Phone:

(843)-863-7037 jcarmany@csuniv.edu

E-mail: Sports Information Fax:

(843)-863-7676

Web site:

http://www.csusports.com

Sports Information Overnight Mailing Address:............................

9200 University Blvd.

Charleston, SC 29406

2010 Roster

Brad Drake

Athletic Department Phone:

Alma Mater (Year):

Sports Information

Christie Faircloth-Dixon

Head Athletic Trainer:

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2009 Record:

Returning Players No. 1 2 4 5 8 9 15 32 41

Name Amberle Trinder Tricia Rodl Cori Holeman Amanda Hill Crissy Skokan Emily Libertowski Michaela Luna Ashley Johnston Amy Nokes

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

Pos.................... Hometown MB..............Streamwood, Ill. Libero............. Phoenix, Ariz. MB...................Fort Mill, S.C. OH........ Moncks Corner, S.C. MB.................Cascade, Colo. OH/DS............. Granger, Ind. OH...................Denver, Colo. OH................. St. Charles, Ill. OH/S...................Chicago, Ill.

Yr. So. Sr. Sr.

Pos.................... Hometown Libero................Akron, Ohio S............... Lake Forest, Calif. RS.............. Perrysburg, Ohio

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos.................... Hometown OH......................... Carey, Ill. MB/OH.................. Carey, Ill. S....................Lexington, S.C. DS/Libero........Marion, Iowa OH................. Columbia, S.C. OH/RS...........Greenville, S.C.

Players Lost No. 7 13 44

Name Katelyn Headrick Sam Sasan Nichole Diller

Newcomers No. 3 6 10 12 13 14

Name Kayla Klinger Colleen Hargrove Laura Grace Swindler Maggie Murphy Andrea Keesee Carley Reiter

Wheaton College (Ill.), (’89)

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Name Amberle Trinder Tricia Rodl Kayla Klinger Cori Holeman Amanda Hill Colleen Hargrove Crissy Skokan Emily Libertowski Laura Grace Swindler Maggie Murphy Andrea Keesee Carley Reiter Michaela Luna Ashley Johnston Amy Nokes

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

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

Ht. 5-11 5-5 5-9 5-9 5-7 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-10 5-7 5-9 6-0

Hometown/High School(Previous) Streamwood, Ill./Streamwood HS Phoenix, Ariz./Greenway HS Cary, Ill./Cary Grove HS Fort Mill, S.C./Fort Mill HS Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley HS Cary, Ill./Cary Grove HS Cascade, Colo./Manitou Springs HS Granger, Ind./Marian HS Lexington, S.C./Lexington HS Marion, Iowa/Marion HS Columbia, S.C./Blythewood HS Greenville, S.C./Wade Hampton HS Denver, Colo./Denver Waldorf HS St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles North Chicago, Ill./Lane Tech HS

Head Coach: Danyel Bellush (Charleston Southern, ’97) Asst. Coaches: Kreg Togami (Wheaton College, ’89), Carrie Yohe (Charleston Southern, ’98) No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. 6 Colleen Hargrove Fr. MB/OH 5-11 5 Amanda Hill Sr. OH 5-7 4 Cori Holeman Sr. MB 5-9 32 Ashley Johnston So. OH 5-9 13 Andrea Keesee Fr. OH 5-7 3 Kayla Klinger Fr. OH 5-9 9 Emily Libertowski Sr. OH/DS 5-8 15 Michaela Luna So. S 5-7 12 Maggie Murphy Fr. DS/Libero 5-6 41 Amy Nokes R-Jr. OH/S 6-0 14 Carley Reiter Fr. OH/RS 5-10 2 Tricia Rodl Sr. Libero 5-5 8 Crissy Skokan Jr. MB 6-0 10 Laura Grace Swindler Fr. S 5-6 1 Amberle Trinder Sr. MB 5-11

Hometown/High School(Previous) Carey, Ill./Cary Grove HS Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley HS Fort Mill, S.C./Fort Mill HS St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles North Columbia, S.C./Blythewood HS Carey, Ill./Cary Grove HS Granger, Ind./Marian HS Denver, Colo./Denver Waldorf HS Marion, Iowa/Marion HS Chicago, Ill./Lane Tech HS Greenville, S.C./Wade Hampton HS Phoenix, Ariz./Greenway HS Cascade, Colo./Manitou Springs HS Lexington, S.C./Lexington HS Streamwood, Ill./Streamwood HS

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball SEASON OUTLOOK The 2010 season begins with high expectations for the Charleston Southern Lady Buccaneer volleyball team. The Lady Bucs aim to continue momentum that has helped the team reclaim a winning tradition. A strong group of returning seniors headlines this year’s team, and the veterans will be joined by six newcomers added to a team that lost just two starters to graduation from a 17-17 club. The team, which finished .500 or better for the first time since 1993, went 6-10 in Big South play. Head Coach Danyel Bellush, entering her 14th season at the helm, said, “We’ve set the bar pretty high. This senior class has really stepped it up. We have quite a few newcomers, which I think will be great for them to be able to play with this class.”

Last season saw the Lady Bucs win a thrilling five-set match over Winthrop in the Big South Quarterfinals. The next day, CSU nearly upset two-time defending champion Liberty, falling 3-2 in the semifinal. “Winning in the first round last year has just shown them that they’re a team to contend with. If they can wear teams down, and frustrate some teams, with our defense and just our tenacity, that we won’t give up; I think we could do it again.” Schedule The Lady Bucs open the season with a tournament at North Carolina Central Aug. 27 and 28, facing the host Eagles as well as UTEP, Delaware State and Elon. Following the NCCU tournament, CSU opens the home portion of its schedule by playing host to The Citadel Aug.31 and UNC Wilmington Sept. 7. The team went 6-4 at home last season, and has gone 12-8 at CSU Field House over the last two seasons.

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After competing in weekend tournaments at North Florida and Georgia Southern, the Lady Bucs open Big South play at Coastal Carolina Sept. 21. The conference home-opening weekend follows, as CSU hosts Radford Sept. 24 before playing High Point the next night. The Lady Bucs are defending city champions, having beaten both The Citadel and the College of Charleston in 2009. Both local rivals visit the Field House this season. “We play in some really good tournaments that will have great competition,” said Bellush. “The level of competition at these tournaments will really prepare us for the conference schedule.” The Big South conference remains a tough league, a challenge for which the team is preparing. Coach Bellush said, “We have some high expectations this season with our senior class coming back. This year should be extremely competitive in the Big South with the returners coming back for each school. We’re looking forward to a great season.” Setters A trio of setters will seize the opportunity to fill the shoes of departed four-year starting setter Sam Sasan. Sasan finished her career second in career assists and service aces. “Sam’s a big loss, and she was our quarterback for four years,” said Coach Bellush. “So, we have a few players that can step in.” Redshirt junior Amy Nokes returns following a 2009 season shortened by injury. A versatile six-footer, Nokes finished second on team in assists, third in blocks and fourth in kills as a sophomore in 2008, also seeing time at outside hitter. Sophomore Michaela Luna appeared in 76 sets in 2009 as Sasan’s primary backup at setter, and should see an expanded role. Joining the group is freshman Laura Grace Swindler, an all-state performer at Lexington HS. “We have Amy Nokes, who red-shirted last year, so she has to get her feet back under her, and then Michaela, who got to play under Sam Sasan for a year which was great for her,” Coach Bellush said. “And then we have a new one coming, Laura Grace Swindler, who is a really hard worker. We have those three options this season.” Outside Hitters The Lady Bucs will look to a group of six players at the outside hitter position, including three returnees and three newcomers. “We have an impressive

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball SEASON OUTLOOK cast of outside hitters in Amanda, Emily and Ashley, and then we’re adding three more to the mix with the freshman class who are three really talented players,” Bellush said. Senior Amanda Hill, a three-time All-Big South selection, has rewritten the record book while at CSU while being among the leading hitters in the Big South. She placed second on the team in digs and service aces in 2009 and was named to the Big South All-Tournament Team for the first time.

“Amanda’s set the bar pretty high for herself. She’s on pace to do some great things number-wise, but she’s also got a target on her back.” Senior Emily Libertowski brings three years of experience to the table, starting 16 matches in 2009. She has recorded 100 or more kills and digs in each of the past two seasons. Sophomore Ashley Johnston earned five starting assignments in 2009 and led the team in service aces per set. Coach Bellush has added three freshmen to the team’s returning group of hitters. Kayla Klinger joins the Lady Bucs from Cary Grove HS, where she teamed with fellow CSU freshman Colleen Hargrove to win a state championship. Andrea Keesee will add athleticism on the outside, coming from Blythewood HS. Carley Reiter rounds out the newcomers, having earned all-Region honors at Wade Hampton High School. Middle Blockers CSU returns three accomplished middle blockers to the fold in 2010, as three of the team’s top four blockers will be back from a squad that placed second in the Big South in blocking last season.

“We’re really solid in the middle with the three that we have.” Coach Bellush said. “Cori and Amber return at that position, and Crissy has a lot of experience in the middle and on the right, so we’re excited about that.” Senior Cori Holeman brings an impressive resume to the table, as the leading returning blocker in the Big South. Holeman set a program record with 122 block assists in 2009, and was second on the team with 250 kills. Coach Bellush said, “Cori has taken ownership at the net, and she doesn’t want to let that ball come on our side of the net. She’s our number one defender, because the block is the first line of defense.” Fellow senior Amberle Trinder is a force in the middle, posting 93 total blocks as a junior, good for second on the team, in addition to 204 kills. Junior Crissy Skokan, a 2008 Big South AllFreshman Team honoree, aims to build on a sophomore campaign in which she averaged 0.67 blocks and 0.94 kills per contest. Freshman Colleen Hargrove, a state champion at Cary Grove HS has been brought in to bolster a strong core group in the middle. Coach Bellush said, “We’ve brought Colleen Hargrove in who’s from a state champion; we want to get her some playing time in the middle.” Liberos Senior Tricia Rodl has served as the team’s primary libero for the past three seasons and will continue her defensive excellence in 2010. As a junior, Rodl led the Lady Bucs and was in the top 10 in the Big South in service aces (9th; 40) and digs (8th; 441). Rodl is currently 10th in digs in program history. “Tricia, as a senior, will retain her spot as the libero,” Coach Bellush said. The senior will be joined at the libero position by freshman Maggie Murphy, who holds records for digs at her high school in Iowa, leading them to a state title in 2008. “We’ve added Maggie Murphy, who’s going to come in and be ready to play as a freshman.” CSU plans to improve on last year’s successful season, and with a strong group of returning players, bolstered by the addition of six newcomers, good things are in store for the Lady Buccaneers. Coach Bellush said, “We’re ready to get started, looking forward to it. With the old faces and the new faces, it’ll be a good mesh of both worlds.”

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COACHING STAFF


2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball 2010 COACHING STAFF

DANYEL BELLUSH HEAD COACH

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

Danyel Bellush enters her 14th season at the helm of the Lady Buccaneer volleyball program. Bellush brings years of playing and coaching experience to the team and is no stranger to CSU volleyball. She played for four years for the Lady Bucs and was the team captain and lone senior in her last season. In addition, Bellush has posted the second most victories in program history with 136. In each of the last five years, Bellush has led a strong cast of players, including 2008-09 First Team All-Conference performer Amanda Hill, 2006 firstteam all-conference performer Jenni Shepherd and 2005 second-team selection Katie O’Riordan. The 2009 season saw CSU improve to 17-17 and cumlinated in a dramatic Big South tournament run, the Lady Bucs’ first semifinal appearance since 1990. CSU posted a thrilling 3-2 victory in the quarterfinal before taking two-time defending champion Liberty to the limit in a five-set semifinal defeat. Bellush, with the second longest tenure of any current Big South volleyball coach, was named Big South Coah of the Year in 2001 after directing the team to a fourth-place finish. The CSU record books have been rewritten under the direction of Bellush. Hill broke the single season

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attacks and kills records during the 2008 season. The 2008 team alone had 23 additions to the individual single season and career leaders, followed by 40 additions from the 2009 cast. The single-season assist record was broken by O’Riordan in 2003, while the rest of the 2003 team set team season records in kills and assists. During Bellush’s senior year as a player, she led the team in digs (242) and digs per game (2.521) while recording 137 kills and 17 aces. Her junior year was shortened with a severe knee injury 12 matches into the season that required surgery on her anterior cruciate ligament and cost her the rest of her junior year. As a sophomore she played in 104 of 106 possible games and finished fourth in kills per game (1.337) and digs per game (2.510). She played in 28 of 33 matches as a freshman. Bellush was an all-state selection and team most valuable player at Osbourn Park High School. She coaches for the USVBA, serving as coach for the Charleston Junior Olympic girls team. The Manassas, Virginia, native graduated from Charleston Southern in the spring of 1997 with a degree in physical education and a minor in secondary education. She received her master’s degree in elementary education in 2001. Formerly known around the league as Danyel Lonigro, she was married to former CSU baseball standout B.J. Bellush in July of 2000. She is now the proud mother of two daughters, Tanner and Reece Bellush, who are 5 years and 3 years old respectively.

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball

COACHING STAFF

2010 COACHING STAFF Q & A With Coach Bellush

The Bellush File Coaching Experience Head Coach, Charleston Southern 1997-present Head Coach, Charleston Junior Olympics Girls team Playing Experience Charleston Southern Univ., 1993-96; Captain, 1996 Education B.A., Physical Education Secondary Education minor Charleston Southern Univ., 1997 M.A., Elementary Education Charleston Southern Univ., 2001 Accolades 2001 Big South Coach of the Year Notable - Longest-tenured head coach in CSU volleyball history. - 2nd-most coaching wins in program history (136). - 18 years with program (14 as head coach, four as player). - 3rd-most career wins among current Big South head coaches. - 9-game improvement in win column from 2006 to 2009. - 3 straight seasons with improved records. - Led 2009 team to first Big South Semifinal since 1990, and first .500 or better campaign since 1993. By the Numbers Coach Bellush has coached: 1 - CoSIDA Academic All-American 2 - Big South All-Tournament Team 9 - All-Big South All-Conference (one in each of last six seasons) 5 - Big South All-Freshman/Rookie Team 13 - Big South All-Academic Team 1 - Big South Scholar Athlete of the Year 1 - CSU Athletic Hall of Fame Member (Allison Arreola)

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What brought you to Charleston Southern? I was recruited to play here and then I stayed and became the coach after my senior year. I got recruited to come play 18 years ago, and I never left. How important is it for student-athletes to receive a wellrounded education with a spiritual emphasis? It’s unique. That’s our claim to fame, our niche. I would have a hard time not being at a university where you could share your faith. It’s a huge part of our program and a huge part of the way we deal with good times and bad. So, it’s the only way for me now. What can we expect from a Danyel Bellush-coached team? I hope that you see a relentless team, a really hard-working, blue-collar kind of team that wears opponents down. We just won’t give up. We might not be the biggest or fastest, but we’re definitely going to outwork you. That’s what I would hope that every single one of my teams will be. What are some of your best memories from coaching? With coaching, it didn’t really have to do with our record, but I’ve watched some young ladies grow up into young women, and that’s been awesome. We’ve had a couple great wins over the 13 years, but watching the ladies grow up has been the most special part of it. What is your coaching philosophy? I think that coaching women, especially, is about relationships; the great Pat Summit said that one time, and I’ve really bought into that. Probably the last 10 years of my career, I’ve tried to get to know each lady and get involved in her life as much as I can. Investment is what it is. You can invest in their life, and they can invest in your program. I try to grow the whole person, not just the volleyball player.

What is the best thing about coaching at CSU? Obviously, getting to share your faith. I think there are coaches all over the country that get to be a part of great teams and watch young women grow up. But actually getting to share your faith and watching them grow in their faith is by far the best. That’s what I think gives you peace, and that if God’s brought you here, you know why you’re here. So I think that’s by far the most special thing about working here. How important is it to have strong senior leadership? Well, I think everyone prays for those seniors that take ownership of the team. And this senior class has just raised the bar so much and taken ownership of this team; this is truly their squad. I’m really proud to have them on the team. What are your thoughts on this year’s Big South volleyball season? I think it’ll be really competitive this year. It seems like everyone has a really good senior class, so everyone’s going to be wanting to finish high. We’re hoping to be in the mix with that competitiveness. How important is family to you in your life and in coaching? I think it changed me when I became a mom, for sure. I see these girls differently now. Everytime I’m dealing with a player it’s more, “How would someone deal with my daughter one day, when they’re in college?” So, it’s completely changed me, because it’s very important. Family in my life is the first thing I think of. What message would you say to fans? We play for you. We play for the fans, and we have great fans at CSU. We’re a small school, but it’s very tight. I just want to keep them coming back. We watch the other student-athletes at their games, because we’re a family at CSU.

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KREG TOGAMI ASSISTANT COACH WHEATON COLLEGE (ILL.)

1989

Kreg Togami begins his first year as an assistant coach at Charleston Southern. He will take over as recruiting coordinator, while holding on-court coaching duties and video exchange responsibilities. Togami will also assist in fundraising and promotional activities, among other responsibilities with player development. Prior to CSU, Togami was an assistant coach at The Citadel, from 2001-2005. He was the top assistant for The Citadel, helping the Bulldogs to 12 wins in 2004, the most wins the program has seen in a single season. Before coming to Charleston, Togami served as an assistant at NC State from 1994 to 1999 while also serving as the head coach of Club Raleigh. While coaching Club Raleigh, his teams won three regional Championships and qualified for the national tournament four consecutive seasons. “I’m very excited to work with Kreg,” said Head Coach Danyel Bellush. “I’ve known him for many years, and I know that he is really knowledgeable about the sport. Just to have another set of eyes to help me out will be great, especially when we are adding someone with the knowledge and excitement that Kreg will bring.” A 1989 graduate of Wheaton College (Ill.), Togami earned a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Wellness Management. Born April 4, 1966, Togami is married to the former Laura Kimbrell, and they are the proud parents of two children: Jonathan (8) and Hannah (5).

CARRIE YOHE ASSISTANT COACH

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

1998

Carrie Yohe returns for her fourth year on the sidelines as the assistant coach with the Lady Buc volleyball program. Set to be alongside her former teammate and coach, Danyel Bellush, Yohe is a familiar face for CSU, having played for the Lady Bucs from 1994-97. A team captain as a senior, she earned MVP honors in 1997 and was named Female Athlete of the Year for 1997-98. She was also recognized as the Physical Education Major of the Year, with an emphasis in teaching, in 1998. Yohe still holds records for CSU, although they are listed under her maiden name of Fenwick. She is second all time in block assists (311), sixth in games played (419) and 10th in attacks (2,190). Since 1996, Yohe has been a coach with the Charleston Juniors Volleyball club. While she has coached at a variety of age levels, for the last seven years Yohe has been building the development program with children 12 years old and under. Her duties include giving them an introduction to the sport and building their knowledge of the game, continuing into preparation for more advanced levels of competition. Yohe is the Physical Activity Director at Devon Forest Elementary School, where she has taught since 2001. Before that, she was a physical education teacher and assisted with the volleyball program at Wando High School from 1998 to 2001. Known as Carrie Fenwick in her CSU playing days, she married former Buccaneer baseball player Tim Yohe, who graduated in 1994, on December 31, 1998. She is the proud mother of two, Elizabeth (9) and Rebecca (4).

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball 2010 LADY BUCCANEERS

AMANDA HILL #5 SENIOR

OUTSIDE HITTER

2009: Played in 123 sets and started in 33 matches… received her second consecutive first-team All-Conference selection… led team with 3.84 kills per set and placed second with 3.32 digs per set... nearly broke her own record for kills in a season with 472 in 2009, after posting 499 in 2008... moved into second place on the career kills list and is on pace to break the 15-year-old record... also tallied 35 aces, 38 blocks and 37 assists in 2009… named Big South Choice Hotels Player of the Week on two separate occasions… registered double-figures in kills 28 times, including a stretch of 11 consecutive matches… had 17 doubledoubles, including in the final four matches of the season… had three straight matches in conference play with 20 or more kills, to go along with 18 digs… recorded 18 kills and 26 digs in 3-1 win over the College of Charleston on September 22.

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MONCKS CORNER, S.C.

2008: Played in 128 sets over all 34 matches during her sophomore campaign… virtually rewrote the school record books. adding nine records to various categories… broke the CSU single-season record for attacks and kills with 1296 and 499, respectively… led the Big South in kills and kills per set with 3.90 per contest… earned First Team All-Conference honors… named Big South Choice Hotels Player of the Week on three separate occasions… led team with 40 service aces and finished fourth in digs with 344… also tallied 236 assists, 38 blocks and a .231 attack percent on the season… recorded 15 double-double matches… had nine matches with 20 or more kills, including a 23 kill and 21 dig performance against Gardner-Webb on Sept. 5th. 2007: Playing in 116 of the team’s 118 games as a freshman, she led the Lady Bucs in kills (365) and

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digs (348)... finished ninth in the Big South Conference with 3.15 kills per game... earned Second Team All-Conference and AllFreshman Team honors... was named New Balance Freshman of the Week for the week of Sept. 4... ranked second on the team with a .218 attack percentage, recording 147 errors in 999 total attacks... her 999 attacks rank ninth all-time among CSU individual single season leaders... 365 kills ranks 12th all-time for a season... her 348 digs put her in 13th in CSU single-season history as a freshman... named to the All-Tournament Team at the CSU Invitational... had three 20kill matches, tying her for sixth in the league... one of only two Big South student-athletes to record 20 kills and 20 digs in a match this season... had two 20 dig matches, tying for the team lead... finished with a team-high 14 double-doubles. High School: Helped her team to a 2007 Regional Championship under coach Tonya Thompson... named player of the year and rookie of the year... earned top offensive award on two occassions and received “will to win” award once... also played for coach Bellush on the Charleston Juniors 18 club team. Personal: Born on Feb. 22, 1989, in Charleston, S.C.... daughter of Barbara VanHorn.

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

SP-MS K 116-31 365 128-34 499 123-33 472 367-98 1336

K/S E 3.15 147 3.90 199 3.84 156 3.64 502

TA 999 1296 1162 3457

Pct .218 .231 .272 .241

A 33 30 37 100

A/S 0.28 0.23 0.30 0.27

SA 32 40 35 107

SA/S 0.28 0.31 0.28 0.29

SE 35 21 20 76

DIG D/S 348 3.00 344 2.69 408 3.32 1100 3.00

RE 24 17 15 56

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Get to Know Amanda Favorite Hobby: Volleyball Favorite Bible verse: Psalm 28:7 Favorite Movie: Twilight Favorite class in school: Gym Favorite type of music: Country Favorite book: Twilight Favorite place to visit: Tennessee Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite sports team: LA Lakers Postcollege plans: Find a job, get married. Person in history whom I would most like to meet: Michael Jackson Best volleyball memory: Beating Coastal. I wear my jersey number because: Reggie Bush wore it in college. Goals for the 2010 season: Win. Favorite thing about playing collegiate volleyball: It’s fun. Best athletic achievement: Breaking the record. Sport you like to play other than volleyball: Soccer

BS 2 9 6 17

BA 33 29 32 94

TB 35 38 38 111

B/S 0.30 0.30 0.31 0.30

BE BHE 5 4 8 1 13 0 26 5

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball 2010 LADY BUCCANEERS

CORI HOLEMAN #4 SENIOR

MIDDLE BLOCKER

2009: Played in 125 sets and started in 30 matches as a junior… broke the CSU single season record for block assists with 122, while sending down 140 total blocks... second on the team in total kills with 250, while making the transition to Get to know Cori middle blocker… averaged two Favorite Hobby: Shopping kills per set, while holding a .270 Favorite Movie: Love and attack percentage… at just 5-9, Basketball established herself as one of the Favorite subject in school: top blockers in the Big South, Science Favorite music group: Ras- finishing first in block assists and second in total blocks with cal Flatts 1.12 blocks per set… named Favorite book: Dear John Favorite place to visit: South Big South Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 2... also talAfrica Favorite athlete: Lisa Leslie lied 14 aces and 109 digs for the Favorite sports team: Caro- season… had 10 matches with double figures in kills, including lina Panthers Postcollege plans: Teach 5th the first four of the season… had 15 matches with five blocks or grade science and coach. more, including a stretch of five Person in history whom I games with six blocks or more… would most like to meet: had 10 kills and six blocks in a Pocahontas 3-2 win over Winthrop in the Advice to younger teammates: Do summer workouts. postseason… recorded 11 kills and a career high eight blocks in Best volleyball memory: a 3-0 win over Radford on OcBeating Coastal last year. tober 10. I wear my jersey number because: It is close to 5, 2008: Played 114 sets and startAmanda Hill’s number. ed in 28 matches during her Goals for the 2010 season: Conference champions, lead sophomore year… second on the team in total kills with 170 in blocks. Favorite thing about playing and a 1.49 average per set… led collegiate volleyball: Team- the team in total blocks with 69 on .61 blocks per set… recorded mates are like sisters. Sport you like to play other five matches with double-digit than volleyball: Basketball. kills, including a season high of 13 kills and five blocks vs.

Season GP 2007 69 2008 114 2009 125 TOTAL 308

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MP K K/G E TA 27 79 1.14 57 265 33 170 1.49 79 468 34 250 2.00 83 619 94 499 1.62 219 1352

Pct .083 .194 .270 .207

A 26 32 18 76

A/G 0.38 0.28 0.14 0.25

5-9

FORT MILL S.C.

Gardner-Webb on Nov. 8th… had a three match stretch of 10 kills or more at the beginning of conference play… also tallied 64 digs and 32 assists on the year. 2007: Competed in 69 games for the Lady Bucs as a freshman, appearing in 27 matches with nine starts... recorded her first career double-double on Oct. 27 against Presbyterian... had career bests in kills (15) and digs (11) in that match... reached double figures in kills on one other occasion, tallying 11 versus Savannah State on Oct. 16... had a season-high seven total blocks on Oct. 20 against Radford... finished her freshman campaign with 79 kills, 35 digs, and her 40 total blocks placed her in a tie for third on the team.

FORT MILL HS

honors, and was an All-Region selection for Region 3... named the Fort Mill High School Best Offensive Player and team MVP under Coach Chris Gritz... fourtime member of the honor roll... also played on the FMHS basketball team, earning Region 3 All-Region honors, as well as being named to the Herald Newspaper All-Area team... was Ms. Yellow Jacket her senior year... played club ball with the Carolina Juniors. Personal: Born on July 7, 1989, in Charlotte, N.C.... daughter of Sam and Jodi Holeman.

H i g h School: Earned 4A All-State

SA 4 20 14 38

SA/G 0.06 0.18 0.11 0.12

SE DIG 5 35 15 64 16 109 36 208

D/G 0.51 0.56 0.87 0.68

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BS 10 13 18 41

BA TB B/G 30 40 0.58 56 69 0.61 122 140 1.12 208 249 0.81

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EMILY LIBERTOWSKI #9 SENIOR

OUTSIDE HITTER

2009: Played in 119 sets and started in 16 matches as a junior… split time as an outside hitter and defensive specialist, posting 103 kills and 250 digs on the season… third on the team with 30 service aces, posting 0.25 per set… had three consecutive matches in conference play with double digit kills… managed eight matches with double figures in digs… also had back-to-back double-doubles in conference play, including a 10-kill, 22dig performance vs. Asheville on October 2.

5-8

GRANGER, IND.

reached double figures in digs in six matches, including a string of five consecutive matches... season-high of 22 digs came on Sept. 7 against Evansville, during that streak... finished season with 142 total digs, one of seven Lady Bucs to eclipse the 100-dig mark... tied for fourth on the squad with an average of 2.33 digs per game... had 16 service aces on the season, ranking fourth on team with an average of 0.26 aces per game. High School: Member of the 2003 Indiana State Finalist

MARIAN HS

team... helped lead her 2007 squad to a runner-up finish in the state... co-captain of her 2006 state runner-up team, as well as the MVP... voted to the 2006 All-Northern Indiana Conference and the Indiana North All-Star teams... also helped Dunes 18 club team qualify for AAU Nationals three times, finishing 10th in 2005... also a member of the track team at Marian. Personal: Born on March 15, 1989... daughter of John and Judy Libertowski.

2008: Played in 127 sets and started 19 matches her sophomore year… played solid all around and was second on the team in digs per game with a 2.80 average… one of four players to surpass the 300 dig mark with 356, good for 15th place in the all-time single season records… averaged one kill per set after recording a total 127 on the year… had a team best 16 matches with double-figures in digs… recorded a career high 24 digs vs. NC Central on Sept. 20th… posted a double-double vs. Winthrop on Nov. 4th with a career-high 13 kills and 18 digs… had three consecutive matches with double-figure digs to begin conference play. 2007: Played in 66 games while making appearances in 22 matches as a freshman...

Season GP 2007 61 2008 127 2009 119 TOTAL 307

MP K K/G E 22 16 0.26 11 34 127 1.00 73 34 103 0.87 70 90 246 0.80 154

TA 64 425 373 862

Pct .078 .127 .088 .107

A 16 25 25 66

A/G 0.26 0.20 0.21 0.21

SA 16 24 30 70

SA/G 0.26 0.19 0.25 0.23

SE 19 39 46 104

DIG 142 356 250 748

D/G 2.33 2.80 2.10 2.44

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Get to know Emily Favorite Hobby: Watching movies, vacation, and shopping Favorite Bible verse: Proverbs 3:5 Favorite Movie: Twilight Saga Favorite subject in school: Spanish Favorite musician: Norah Jones Favorite book: The Notebook Favorite place to visit: Jamaica Favorite athlete: Evan Lysacek Favorite sports team: Chicago White Sox Postcollege plans: Work in the family business. Best volleyball memory: Beating Winthrop in the first round of conference. I wear my jersey number because: I like odd numbers and #3 was taken. Goals for the 2010 season: To win the Big South conference. Best athletic achievement: Playing Division I volleyball. Sport you like to play other than volleyball: Soccer

BS BA 0 0 1 7 0 14 1 21

TB 0 8 14 22

B/G 0.00 0.06 0.12 0.07

BE BHE 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2

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TRICIA RODL #2 SENIOR

Get to know Tricia Favorite Hobby: Shopping Favorite Bible verse: 2 Timothy 1:7 Favorite Movie: Boondock Saints Favorite subject in school: Math or anatomy Favorite book: Where the Red Fern Grows Favorite place to visit: Home or Europe/Australia Favorite athlete: Misty MayTreanor Favorite sports team: Arizona Cardinals Postcollege plans: Attend graduate school for physical therapy. Advice to younger teammates: Don’t leave your passion for the game/to win in the locker room. Best volleyball memory: Beating Coastal at home last year or Winthrop in the quarterfinals. I wear my jersey number because: It’s the best number in my eyes. Goals for the 2010 season: Basically, To win. Best athletic achievement: Leading in aces and digs.

Season GP 2007 81 2008 107 2009 125 TOTAL 313

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MP 28 31 34 93

K 5 6 0 11

LIBERO

2009: Played in 125 sets and appeared in all 34 matches as a junior… served as the team’s libero, tallying a team best 441 digs and 3.53 digs per set… also led team in service aces, sending down 40 winners on the year and averaging 0.32 aces per set… tied for eighth in the Big South in aces per set… recorded double-figures in digs during 24 matches… registered 20 digs or more six times, including the final four matches of the season… had a career high six aces in a 3-0 win over Savannah State on September 1… also managed a career high in digs, with 27 vs. Campbell on August 29.

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PHOENIX, ARIZ.

third among the Lady Bucs... reached double figures in digs in 11 matches, getting 20 or more digs on three occasions... first reached season-high 21 digs on Aug. 31 against Stetson, her second collegiate match... reached the 21-dig mark again on Nov. 4 versus High Point. High School: Played for head

GREENWAY HS coach Sarah Peterson at Greenway HS... was also a member of the Arizona Desert Sky club team for Coach Peterson. Personal: Daughter of Louis and Linda Rodl... father Louis played football at Coe College, while mother Linda was a volleyball star at Indiana University.

2008: Appeared in 107 sets over 31 matches in her second year… played libero the entire season en route to 268 digs, good for fifth on the team… finished sixth on the team with 14 service aces… had 13 matches in double-figures for digs… finished the season with a stretch of five matches where she recorded double-figures in digs… posted a season high 25 digs in a win over UNC Asheville on Nov. 15th. 2007: Played in 81 games over 28 matches for the Lady Bucs as a freshman... one of five players to eclipse the 200dig mark, finishing fifth on the squad with 234 digs... her 2.89 digs per game average ranked

K/G E 0.06 1 0.06 7 0.00 10 0.04 18

TA 28 41 22 91

Pct .143 -.024 -.455 -.077

A 14 25 25 64

A/G 0.17 0.23 0.20 0.20

SA 16 14 40 70

SA/G 0.20 0.13 0.32 0.22

SE 10 15 32 57

DIG 234 268 441 943

D/G 2.89 2.50 3.53 3.01

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TB 0 0 0 0

B/G 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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AMBERLE TRINDER #1 SENIOR MIDDLE BLOCKER 5-11 STREAMWOOD, ILL. STREAMWOOD HS 2009: Played in 120 sets and started 32 matches as a junior… was second on the team with 93 total blocks and 0.77 blocks per set… tallied 204 kills and 1.70 kills per set, to go along with a .209 attack percentage… had five matches with double digit kills, including three consecutive matches to end the season… registered 11 kills vs. Winthrop and 12 kills vs. Liberty in postseason play… recorded a career high nine blocks in a 3-0 win over Presbyterian on September 26.

percentage against Georgia Southern on Sept. 11... in 23 total attacks versus Jackson State on Sept. 7, she had 12 kills with just one error for a .478 percentage... had a season-high five blocks on Oct. 13 against High Point... finished the season with 35 total blocks, an average of 0.39 rejections per game.

team three times... As a senior she was named to the Daily Herald All-Area team, as well as earned All-Conference team... went to the Junior Olympic National Volleyball Championships as a senior... named an Illinois State Scholar... attended Global and National Youth Leadership conferences.

High School: Started all four years under Kevin Kwon at Streamwood HS... named to the Upstate Eight Academic All-Conference

Personal: Born on Feb. 23, 1989, in Chicago, Ill.... daughter of Valentina and David Trinder.

2008: Played in 104 sets and started 24 matches her sophomore year...led the team for the second consecutive year in attack percent with a .234 mark… also led the team with 66 total blocks and .63 blocks per game… third on the team in total kills with 160 and kills per game at 1.54… had five games with double-digit kills, including back-to-back wins in conference play… exploded for a career high 23 kills and season high five blocks against UNC Asheville on Oct. 17th. 2007: Led the Lady Bucs with a .231 attack percentage, recording 140 kills in 373 total attacks with just 54 errors... played in 89 games over 29 matches as a freshman... started in 24 matches... reached double figures in kills three times, hitting a season-high 12 on two occasions... recorded 12 kills in 21 attacks with no errors for a .571 hit

Season GP 2007 89 2008 104 2009 120 TOTAL 313

MP 29 31 34 94

K 140 160 204 504

K/G 1.57 1.54 1.70 1.61

E TA 54 373 51 465 93 531 198 1369

Pct .231 .234 .209 .224

A 7 14 16 37

A/G SA SA/G 0.08 4 0.04 0.13 1 0.01 0.13 3 0.03 0.12 8 0.03

SE DIG 7 26 8 33 5 31 20 90

D/G 0.29 0.32 0.26 0.29

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RE 1 2 5 8

Get to know Amberle Favorite Hobby: Reading Favorite Bible verse:1 John 1:5 Favorite Movie: 10 Things I Hate About You Favorite subject in school: Science and Biology Favorite music group: Backstreet Boys Favorite book: Chocolat by Joann Harris Favorite place to visit: Chicago Favorite athlete: Kerri Walsh Postcollege plans: Occupational therapy, start a family. Advice to younger teammates: Don’t spend life angry or upset; be happy. Best volleyball memory: Making it to semifinals last year. I wear my jersey number because: It was available. Goals for the 2010 season: Win Big South. Favorite thing about playing collegiate volleyball: Hard work pays off in the end. Best athletic achievement: My best game at UNC Asheville.

BS 3 12 14 29

BA TB 32 35 54 66 79 93 165 194

B/G 0.39 0.63 0.77 0.62

BE BHE 4 0 4 1 10 3 18 4

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AMY NOKES #41 R-JUNIOR

OH/SETTER

6-0

CHICAGO, ILL.

LANE TECH HS

2009: Played in 15 sets and started four matches before suffering a season ending-foot injury… recorded 32 kills and 19 digs in her time on the court… earned a redshirt after appearing in just five matches. 2008: Started in 28 matches as a sophomore and appeared in 123 sets… one of two players to record over 100 kills, assists and digs… finished second on the team in assists and third in total blocks with 181 and 41, respectively... also tallied 133 kills and 107 digs… recorded double-figures in assists seven times, including twice in back-to-back matches… posted 13 digs, a career high, against UNC Asheville on Oct. 17th… had a career high 12 kills in a win over Presbyterian on Nov. 14th. 2007: Appeared in 24 matches as a freshman, serving as the part-time setter for the Lady Bucs... played in 60 games and recorded 224 assists, an average of 3.73 per game... set her career high with 34 assists on Sept. 28th against Presbyterian... that match also marked her first career doubledouble as she added 10 digs... had three double-doubles on the season... reached double figures in assists in 10 matches, including a stretch of six straight... had 20 or more assists in five matches... opened the season with a season high seven kills against The Citadel... had 101 digs and 28 kills in her freshman campaign. High School: Holds Lane Tech three-game records in kills (27) and digs (16)... her 31 assists, 46 points, and 19 aces each set two-game records at LTHS... was the team MVP all three seasons under Head Coach Rich Rio... helped lead her team to the regional championship in 2004 and 2005... earned first-team All-City honors in 2005 and 2006... also played on the basketball team, helping them win the GCAC championship, and was given the coach’s award. Personal: Born on Oct. 9, 1988, in Chicago, Ill.... daughter of Jan and John Nokes... father, John, was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1974. as a linebacker.

CRISSY SKOKAN #8 JUNIOR MIDDLE BLOCKER 6-0 CASCADE, COLO. MANITOU SPRINGS HS

2009: Played in 86 sets and appeared in 33 matches during her sophomore campaign… placed third on the team in blocks per set with 0.67, recording 58 total blocks… managed 0.94 kills per set to go along with a .208 attack percentage after 81 total kills… had a season high eight kills in a 3-0 win vs. Morgan State on August 29… had back-to-back matches in conference play with career-high eight blocks, vs. Asheville and at Radford. 2008: Appeared in 57 sets over 24 matches during her freshman year… named to the Big South All-Freshman team... made an immediate impact, tying for second on the team with .61 blocks per set… also contributed 55 kills and eight service aces… had career highs in both kills and blocks against Coastal Carolina on Sep. 30th with nine and four, respectively. High School: Played for coach Bridget O’Connor at Manitou Springs High School... an all-state and all-conference selection, she was also named her team’s most improved player as a senior... played club volleyball for head coach Jenny Robinson of Club Stellar. Personal: Born on June 19, 1990, in Colorado Springs, Colo.... daughter of Dan and Wendy Skokan. 16

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ASHLEY JOHNSTON #32 SOPHOMORE

OUTSIDE HITTER

5-9

ST. CHARLES, ILL.

ST. CHARLES NORTH

2009: Played in 29 sets and appeared in 18 matches in her first year as a Buccaneer… managed 21 kills and 46 digs in limited playing time… led the team in service aces per set with 0.38, after sending down 11 on the season… had a season high six kills to go along with seven digs at South Carolina State on September 19… had a season best 10 digs in the final match of the regular season, vs. Liberty on November 20. High School: Johnston boasted strong performances in the classroom and on the court at St. Charles North High School in St. Charles, Illinois... was an honor roll student, while also participating in four sports including swimming, soccer, basketball and volleyball. Personal: Born on Jan. 29, 1991, in Indianapolis, Ind.... daughter of Gregg and Molly Johnston.

MICHAELA LUNA #15 SOPHOMORE

SETTER

5-7

DENVER, COLO.

DENVER WALDORF HS

2009: Played in 76 sets while appearing in 30 matches during her freshman campaign… served as a back-up setter and back row player en route to 31 assists and 103 digs... finished second on team with 0.41 assists per game... also tallied 11 service aces and was fifth on the team with 0.14 aces per set… recorded a season high 15 digs in a 3-1 win vs. Coastal Carolina on October 27… also had a season best nine assists vs. Savannah State on September 1. High School: Luna was a four-year starter and team captain in her junior and senior years at Denver Waldorf High School in Denver, Colorado... led her team to three straight district championships... received first team all-conference honors during her junior and senior years... participated in volleyball club teams for all four years of high school... two year starter on the basketball team. Personal: Born on April 29, 1991, in Denver, Colo.... daughter of Liz Luna... mother played volleyball at Metro State. Integrating Faith in Learning, Leading and Serving

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COLLEEN HARGROVE #6 FRESHMAN

MIDDLE BLOCKER/OH

5-11

CARY, ILL.

CARY GROVE HS

High School: Hargrove was a two year starter, playing three years of varsity at Cary Grove High School, under Coach Patty Langanis... competed alongside fellow CSU freshman Kayla Klinger at Cary Grove... won four consecutive Conference Championships at Cary Grove, claiming the 4A State Championship in 2009... also a member of Sky High club team under Coach Mike Willie, helped team to fifth place finish at the national tournament as a sophomore and eighth place as a senior... was a three year member of the honor roll. Personal: Born on March 27, 1992, in Arlington Heights, Ill.… daughter of Pam and Tim Hargrove.

ANDREA KEESEE #13 FRESHMAN

OUTSIDE HITTER

5-7

COLUMBIA, S.C.

BLYTHEWOOD HS

High School: Keesee was a three year varsity letter winner at Blythewood High School, in Columbia, S.C., under Coach Mary Hall... an All-Region selection in 2009 and a WLTX Player of the Week... also named to the WLTX All-Star Team in 2009... in 2007, was the Most Improved player on her varsity squad... played club volleyball for the S.C. Juniors 18 blue team... served as team captain in 2009 and 2010 and named to the Palmetto Regional Championships All-Region Team in 2009 and 2010... team ranked second in the state at one point in the 2008 season... excelled off the court as part of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Principal’s List... served as Student Body President, JROTC Battalion Executive Officer and received the National Scholar Athlete Award... also played softball in 2007 and 2008. Personal: Born on July 7, 1992, in Fitchburg, Mass.… daughter of Christopher and Patrice Keesee. 18

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KAYLA KLINGER #3 FRESHMAN

OUTSIDE HITTER

5-9

CARY, ILL.

CARY GROVE HS

High School: Klinger competed at Cary Grove HS, under Coach Patty Lanqanis ... played alongside fellow CSU freshman Colleen Hargrove at Cary Grove... was part of four consecutive Conference Championships and acted as captain on 2009 4A State Championship team... named to the AllConference Team during her senior year while being tabbed special mention All-State... selected to the Daily Herald All-Area Team and the Northwest Herald All-Area Second Team during her 2008 and 2009... played club volleyball for Sky High 18 Black under Coach Kevin Kwon, finishing in fifth place in the JVDA and AAU club division in 2008 and third place in 2009... also played softball as a freshman and was a member of the honor roll. Personal: Born on June 2, 1992, in Barrington, Ill.… daughter of Brian and Sylvia Klinger.

MAGGIE MURPHY #12 FRESHMAN

LIBERO

5-6

MARION, IOWA

MARION HS

High School: Murphy was a three-year varsity starter at Marion HS inMarion, Iowa, under Coach Roxanne Paulsen... currently in second place for career digs (1249) at Marion, holding top two single-season marks... an All-State selection in 2008 and 2009... First Team All-Conference selection in 2009 after Second-Team mention in 2008... Second Team All-Metro selection in 2009 and Honorable Mention All-Metro selection in 2008... helped team to a 3A State Championship in 2008, along with Conference Championships in 2008 and 2009... made three national appearances as a club player with the Iowa Rockets... took first place in the 18 club Indianapolis Qualifier... in classroom, made honor roll in all terms... was part of National Honor Society and received the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Award for Increasing GPA... was an All-Conference performer in soccer and basketball as well. Personal: Born on Aug. 15, 1991, in Ottumwa, Iowa… Daughter of Mike and Peggy Murphy. Integrating Faith in Learning, Leading and Serving

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CARLEY REITER #14 FRESHMAN

OUTSIDE HITTER

5-10

GREENVILLE, S.C. WADE HAMPTON HS

High School: Reiter was a four year varsity member of Wade Hampton High School under Coach Grant Hunter... an All-Region selection during senior season, serving as captain in 2009... played for Club South over the past two years and under Coach Regina Schantz in 2010... was an honor roll member all four years in high school, as well as National Honor Society for two years... named Student of the Year in Sports Medicine and Spanish... also participated in softball, basketball and swimming while in high school. Personal: Born on Sept. 19, 1992, in Greenville, S.C.… daughter of Bobby and Heather Reiter.

LAURA GRACE SWINDLER #10 FRESHMAN

SETTER

5-6

LEXINGTON, S.C.

LEXINGTON HS

High School: Swindler competed at Lexington High School under Coach

Chee Lee... helped lead Lexington to a 2009 South Carolina Lower State volleyball 4-A championship, before advancing to the state title game... earned 3A-4A all-state volleyball honors in 2008 and 2009 and named allregion from 2007-09... named to High School Sports Report All-State Volleyball Team in 2008 and 2009... earned the Johnny Boozer Award in 2008 and 2009, honoring an athlete who exhibits qualities of loyalty to the team and coaches, a desire to excel and a reflection of a positive attitude... played on winning team in 2009 North South All-Star Volleyball tournament and was the Midland’s Volleyball Elite Team setter in 2010... also lettered in basketball at Lexington. Personal: Born on May 7, 1992, in Beaufort S.C.… Daughter of John and Jennie Swindler.

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball 2010 OPPONENTS

North Carolina Central Eagles

Elon Phoenix Head Coach: Mary Tendler 2009 Record/Conf.: 23-8/9-7 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/2 Conference: Southern All-Time Series: Elon, 6-5

Media Relations Contact Jen Blackwell jblackwell2@elon.edu 336-278-6634 elonphoenix.com

Media Relations Contact Reah Nicholson rpnicholson@nccu.edu (919) 530-6892 NCCUEaglePride.com

Delaware State Hornets

Texas at El Paso Miners

Head Coach: Renee Arnold 2009 Record/Conf.: 20-13/8-2 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/1 Conference: Mid-Eastern Ath. All-Time Series: First Meeting

Head Coach: Ken Murphy 2009 Record/Conf.: 11-18/4-12 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/4 Conference: Conference USA All-Time Series: UTEP, 1-0

Media Relations Contact TBD (302) 857-6065 dsuhornets.com

The Citadel Bulldogs Head Coach: Carolyn Geiger 2009 Record/Conf.: 8-26/2-14 Starters Returning/Lost: Conference: Southern All-Time Series: CSU, 14-2

Head Coach: Katie Schumacher-Cawley 2009 Record/Conf.: 16-18/8-8 Starters Returning/Lost: Conference: Horizon All-Time Series: UIC, 1-0

Media Relations Contact Jon Cole jon.cole@citadel.edu (843) 953-7590 citadelsports.com

Media Relations Contact Jarrett Abelson abelsonj@uncw.edu (910) 962-3252 uncwsports.com

Head Coach: Amy Bambenek 2009 Record/Conf.: 13-18/3-11 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/4 Conference: Colonial All-Time Series: UNCW, 23-13

Troy Trojans Media Relations Contact Dan Yopchick yopchick@uic.edu (312) 996-5881 uicflames.com

North Florida Ospreys Head Coach: Kevin Campbell 2009 Record/Conf.: 10-20/4-16 Starters Returning/Lost: 2*/4 Conference: Atlantic Sun All-Time Series: UNF, 2-0

Media Relations Contact Angela Olivas acolivas@utep.edu (915) 747-6451 utepathletics.com

UNC Wilmington Seahawks

Illinois-Chicago Flames

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Head Coach: Georgette Crawford-Crooks 2009 Record/Conf.: 9-23 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Conference: Mid-Eastern Ath. All-Time Series: CSU, 4-1

Media Relations Contact Brynna Waters bwaters11434@troy.edu (334) 726-2201 troytrojans.com

Head Coach: Sonny Kirkpatrick 2009 Record/Conf.: 12-18/7-10 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 Conference: Sun Belt All-Time Series: CSU, 1-0

Chattanooga Moccasins Media Relations Contact April Goode a.goode@unf.edu (904) 620-4026 unfospreys.com

Head Coach: Lisa Rhodes 2009 Record/Conf.: 12-17/4-8 Starters Returning/Lost: 5*/2 Conference: Southern All-Time Series: CSU, 2-1

Media Relations Contact Nate Blythe Nate-Blythe@utc.edu (423) 425-2116 gomocs.com

East Tennessee State Buccaneers

South Alabama Jaguars

Head Coach: Lindsey Devine 2009 Record/Conf.: 11-18/9-11 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/2* Conference: Atlantic Sun All-Time Series: ETSU, 4-0

Head Coach: Nicole Keshock 2009 Record/Conf.: 11-19/2-15 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/3 Conference: Sun Belt All-Time Series: USA, 2-1

Media Relations Contact Ryan Dunn etsusportsinfo@etsu.edu (423) 439-8212 etsubucs.com

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Media Relations Contact Kevin Beasley kbeasley@usouthal.edu (251) 414-8033 usajaguars.com


2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball 2010 OPPONENTS

Georgia Southern Eagles

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

Head Coach: Chad Callihan 2009 Record/Conf.: 21-10/11-5 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/1* Conference: Southern All-Time Series: CSU, 8-7

Head Coach: Kristen Bauer 2009 Record/Conf.: 20-14/10-6 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: CCU, 40-32

Media Relations Contact Liz Ryan lryan@georgiasouthern.edu (912) 478-5071 georgiasoutherneagles.com

Radford Highlanders Head Coach: Marci Jenkins 2009 Record/Conf.: 12-21/2-14 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/1 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: RU, 32-14

High Point Panthers Media Relations Contact Kelly Shuman kshuman@radford.edu (540) 831-6358 ruhighlanders.com

Winthrop Eagles Head Coach: Sally Polhamus 2009 Record/Conf.: 19-11/11-5 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/2 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: WU, 56-16

Media Relations Contact Jack Frost frostj@winthrop.edu (803) 323.2129, ext. 6245 winthropeagles.com

Media Relations Contact Erika Carrubba ecarrubb@highpoint.edu 336-841-4640 highpointpanthers.com

Head Coach: Shane Pinder 2009 Record/Conf.: 20-14/ 13-3 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/4 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: LU, 30-4

Media Relations Contact Jennifer Shelton jbshelton2@liberty.edu (434) 582-2292 libertyflames.com

Savannah State Tigers Media Relations Contact Mike Gore mgore@unca.edu (828) 251-6923 uncabulldogs.com

Presbyterian Blue Hose Head Coach: Chris Belshe 2009 Record/Conf.: 12-19/7-9 Starters Returning/Lost: 7*/0 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: CSU, 6-4

Head Coach: Jason Oliver 2009 Record/Conf.: 17-17/6-10 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: HPU, 14-11

Liberty Lady Flames

Asheville Bulldogs Head Coach: Julie Torbett 2009 Record/Conf.: 25-10/13-3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/3 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: UNCA, 31-12

Media Relations Contact Teresa Garbee tgarbee@coastal.edu (843) 503-3687 goccusports.com

Head Coach: Malik Jones 2009 Record/Conf.: 11-19 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/3 Conference: Mid-Eastern Ath. All-Time Series: CSU, 17-0

Media Relations Contact Trina Samuels Samuelst@savannahstate.edu (912) 358-3448 ssuathletics.com

Gardner-Webb Bulldogs Media Relations Contact Brent C. Hager bchager@presby.edu (864) 833-8252 gobluehose.com

Head Coach: Chris Phillips 2009 Record/Conf.: 12-22/4-12 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/2 Conference: Big South All-Time Series: CSU, 8-3

Media Relations Contact Kevin Davis kldavis@gardner-webb.edu (704) 406-3981 gwusports.com

College of Charleston Cougars

2010 Big South Volleyball Championship

Head Coach: Jason Kepner 2009 Record/Conf.: 18-13/12-4 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2 Conference: Southern All-Time Series: CoC, 57-18

Nov. 18-20, 2010 Hosted by Winthrop University (Rock Hill, S.C.) Nov. 18, 2010 - Quarterfinals Nov. 19, 2010 - Semifinals Nov. 20, 2010 - Championship

Media Relations Contact Jeremy Rosenthal rosenthalji@cofc.edu (843) 953-5465 cofcsports.com

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball ADMINISTRATION Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr., President

Named president of Charleston Southern University in 1984, Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. is also a professor of management and education. His teaching and professional interests include educational leadership, institutional assessment, higher education finance, organizational change, and student personnel services. Dr. Hunter is a frequent keynote speaker and seminar leader on topics related to higher education, and he continues to teach in the MBA program in CSU’s School of Business. This fall will mark Dr. Hunter’s 26th year as president of the university, and the 46th anniversary of CSU’s founding. During his tenure at CSU, enrollment has increased from 1,600 students to more than 3,000. Academic programs have expanded to include graduate degrees in education, business administration, criminal justice and nursing. The university now offers 38 undergraduate and four graduate programs. Church ministry-related degrees have also grown to include youth ministry and church music. A sports medicine/athletic training program has also been added under Hunter’s administration, providing students with academic and clinical preparation for certification by the National Athletic Trainers Association. Beginning in 2007-08, the Hunter Cup is given annually to the top athlete who also stands out academically and spiritually.

Dr. Rick Brewer, Vice President Student Affairs and Athletics

Dr. Rick Brewer is a seasoned Christian leader with the vision and leadership skills essential for serving effectively in the 21st century Christian Higher Education community. Throughout Dr. Brewer’s 22-year tenure at CSU, he has played a vital role in shaping the university’s vision for a Christian campus environment and spearheading and executing countless initiatives that underscore what Christian universities are about. He has consistently and enthusiastically taken on positions of increasing responsibility, and has brought to each his unique blend of commitment, administrative skills, and Christ-centered focus. Dr. Brewer is highly respected as an effective higher education administrator who has the ability to effect change while maintaining support and trust. Indeed, Dr. Brewer is a student-centered strategic thinker and transformational change-agent. Dr. Brewer holds BS and MBA degrees from CSU and a PhD in higher educational leadership from the University of South Carolina. In his role as Vice President for Planning and Student Affairs, Dr. Brewer provides leadership for CSU’s student life, Christian ministries, denominational relations and athletics. His family has a solid commitment to Christian higher education - Dr. Brewer’s wife, Cathy, and two sons Jason and Jonathan, are also alums of CSU. The Brewers are members of Summerville Baptist Church in Summerville, S.C., where he serves as a deacon.

Hank Small, Director of Athletics Henry “Hank” Small is in his 10h full year as CSU’s athletic director and has helped lead CSU to 13 Big South Conference championships during his time. Small came to CSU in summer 2001 following a four-year stint as assistant football coach at Wake Forest University. Small has more than 30 years of experience in NCAA Division I athletics, including stints at Rutgers, Florida State, Lehigh, Princeton, and Brown. Small also spent one year in the personnel office of the New England Patriots. As the offensive coordinator at Wake Forest, Small guided the Demon Deacons offense to record-setting heights as a number of school records fell during his tenure. In his most recent head coaching experience, Small was able to guide Lehigh to a 47-40-1 record and led them to become one of the most productive offenses in the nation. Small is a 1969 graduate of Gettysburg College and has a master of science degree from Rutgers University. Small and his wife, Pamela, currently reside in Goose Creek. Daughter Lacy and middle son Jonathan both graduated from CSU.

Athletic Department Directory (All numbers are 843-863-XXXX)

Jay Mills Football Head Coach.................................. 7119 Thielen Smith Football Asst. Coach/Def. Coord............... 7036 Patrick Nix Football Asst. Coach/Receivers ................ 7121 Chuck Kelly Football Asst. Coach/Off. Line.................. 7110 Gabe Giardina Football Asst. Coach/Running backs......... 7126 RaShan Frost Football Asst. Coach/Def. Line................. 7109 Marcus Woodson Football Asst. Coach/Secondary . ............. 7490 Stuart Lake Baseball Head Coach................................. 7591 Barclay Radebaugh Men’s Basketball Head Coach................... 7690 Julie Goodenough Women’s Basketball Head Coach............. 7684

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Mike Wilson Men’s Golf Head Coach............................. 7556 Kory Thompson Women’s Golf Head Coach....................... 7556 Eric Terrill Women’s Soccer Head Coach .................. 7931 Shane Winkler Softball Head Coach ................................. 7686 Mike Baker Women’s Tennis Head Coach .................. 7145 Tim Langford Men’s Track & Field Head Coach............. 7174 Tosha Ansley Women’s Track & Field Head Coach . ..... 7111 Danyel Bellush Volleyball Head Coach ............................. 7680 Dr. Rick Brewer V.P. for Student Affairs/Athletics ............ 7503

Hank Small Athletics Director....................................... 7080 Cathryn Broderhausen Associate A.D. - External Affairs.............. 7523 James Bradley Assistant A.D. - Operations....................... 7677 Brad Drake Assistant A.D. - Medical Services............. 7681 Mike Hammond Assistant A.D. - Compliance..................... 7078 Blake Freeland Assistant A.D. - Media............................... 7687 Crystal Boswell Business Manager...................................... 7670 Beth Boyle Administrative Assistant............................ 7678 Christie Faircloth-Dixon Senior Women’s Administrator................. 7629

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball MEDIA RELATIONS Blake Freeland - Assistant A.D. for Media/Sports Info. Director The 2010-11 school year will mark Blake Freeland’s seventh year at Charleston Southern, and his second as assistant athletics director for media, having been promoted from sports information director in 2009. He also served two years (2004-06) as assistant sports information director. He is the main contact for the football, cross country and track & field programs, while overseeing the coverage of all 16 Division I teams. In five years, Freeland has had the chance to serve as the main contact for every sport. He has hosted the Big South Women’s Soccer Championship twice and has also helped out at the Southern Conference Basketball tournament. Under his direction, the Buccaneers have had two AP All-American selections in football, as well as a Draddy Trophy Semifinalist and two finalists for the ADA postgraduate scholarship. Freeland has also directed the publication efforts for two Atlanta Area Boy Scout Peach of an Athlete selections, a Lowe’s Senior CLASS finalist in baseball and a Johnny Bench Watch List selection. He has overseen a redesign of the athletics website and has started a number of new media projects for the department, including a Facebook fan page, Twitter and YouTube sites. He started and maintains the athletic department’s blog as well. Freeland is married to the former Katie Davis, and the couple lives in North Charleston. He is a member of CoSIDA, serving on the publications committee, and served as the chairman of the Big South Football SIDs in 2008-09 and 2009-2010. Joe Carmany - Sports Information Intern (Volleyball Contact) Joe Carmany begins his first year as a sports information intern at CSU. Carmany will aid in media relations for the Buccaneers’ volleyball, men’s basketball, softball and women’s tennis programs. Carmany graduated from Mercyhurst College in May 2010 with his M.S. in organizational leadership. While at Mercyhurst, he served as athletic communications graduate assistant, acting as primary contact for six varsity sports (men’s and women’s soccer, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, and softball). During his time in Erie, Pa., he wrote press releases, coordinated media requests, edited media guides and disseminated statistics. Prior to Mercyhurst, Carmany earned a B.A. in sports ministry at Malone University in Canton, Ohio. He served as equipment manager for the men’s basketball team for three seasons and aided the sports information office with game management. In addition, Carmany was a three-time NAIA national qualifier in track and field.

Philip Allman Sports Information Intern

Assistant A.D.-Media.......................................................................................Blake Freeland Freeland’s Phone................................................................................................843-863-7687 E-mail.................................................................................................... bfreeland@csuniv.edu Sports Information Intern (Volleyball Contact).............................................. Joe Carmany Carmany’s Phone...............................................................................................843-863-7037 E-mail.....................................................................................................jcarmany@csuniv.edu Sports Information Intern.................................................................................Philip Allman Allman’s Phone..................................................................................................843-863-7037 Student Assistants/Gameday workers...................................... Britney Allen, Mike Beasley, Sarah Croft, .Katie Freeland, David Harring, Lynn Latham, Emmy Moran, Jeff Waddell, Shane Walker Sports Information Fax.....................................................................................843-863-7687 Mailing Address............................................................................................ P.O. Box 118087 ................................................................................................................ Charleston, SC 29423 Website....................................................................................................www.CSUsports.com

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball 2009 SEASON IN REVIEW

Match Results and Team Stats

Record: 17-17 Home: 6-4 Away: 5-9 Neutral: 6-4 Conference: 6-10 Date Aug 28, 2009 Aug 28, 2009 Aug 29, 2009 Aug 29, 2009 Sep 01, 2009 Sep 04, 2009 Sep 04, 2009 Sep 05, 2009 Sep 08, 2009 Sep 16, 2009 Sep 18, 2009 Sep 18, 2009 Sep 19, 2009 Sep 19, 2009 Sep 22, 2009 Sep 26, 2009 Sep 29, 2009 Oct 02, 2009 Oct 03, 2009 Oct 10, 2009 Oct 13, 2009 Oct 16, 2009 Oct 17, 2009 Oct 20, 2009 Oct 24, 2009 Oct 27, 2009 Oct 30, 2009 Oct 31, 2009 Nov 03, 2009 Nov 06, 2009 Nov 13, 2009 Nov 14, 2009 Nov 19, 2009 Nov 20, 2009

Opponent vs Davidson W at NC State L vs Morgan State W vs Campbell L SSU W at Arizona State L vs Idaho State L vs UTEP L at CITADEL W GEORGIA SOUTHERN L vs Alabama State W vs NC Central W vs CITADEL W at South Carolina State W at Coll. of Charleston W PRESBYTERIAN W WINTHROP L at UNC Asheville L at Gardner-Webb L RADFORD W at Coastal Carolina L at Liberty L at High Point L at Winthrop L at Presbyterian L COASTAL CAROLINA W GARDNER-WEBB W UNC ASHEVILLE W at SSU W at Radford W HIGH POINT L LIBERTY L vs Winthrop W vs Liberty L

TEAM STATIS CSU ATTACK Kills 1535 Errors 626 Total Attacks 4094 Attack Pct .222 Kills/Set 12.2 SET Assists 1392 Attempts 3838 Assist Pct .363 Assists/Set 11.0

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OPP 1636 742 4522 .198 13.0 1518 4246 .358 12.0

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

Score-by-game 25-21,24-26,25-20,25-23 23-25,24-26,23-25 25-17,25-23,25-20 25-19,9-25,21-25,25-12,10-15 25-5,25-6,25-18 11-25,25-15,11-25,13-25 15-25,24-26,18-25 15-25,22-25,23-25 25-17,25-19,25-7 25-13,16-25,23-25,22-25 25-10,25-6,25-9 25-18,25-7,25-12 25-14,25-23,23-25,25-14 25-16,25-18,25-22 23-25,25-15,25-22,26-24 25-16,25-22,25-20 20-25,24-26,16-25 27-25,23-25,20-25,32-30,13-15 21-25,25-16,18-25,21-25 25-19,25-11,25-19 23-25,25-20,13-25,15-25 25-22,20-25,22-25,13-25 10-25,12-25,18-25 22-25,15-25,25-22,15-25 16-25,22-25,24-26 18-25,25-17,25-22,27-25 25-19,28-30,25-11,25-19 25-19,21-25,22-25,25-23,15-8 25-19,25-6,25-18 25-22,25-17,29-27 23-25,20-25,27-25,22-25 25-19,17-25,25-22,17-25,9-15 28-26,14-25,25-23,12-25,16-14 16-25,25-21,14-25,28-26,10-15

TEAM STATIS CSU SERVE Aces 160 Errors 163 Attempts 2734 Serve Pct .940 Aces/Set 1.3 SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors 143 Errors/Set 1.1 DEFENSE Digs 1753 Digs/Set 13.9

OPP 143 210 2661 .921 1.1 160 1.3 1687 13.4

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

Conf 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8 4-8 5-8 5-8 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-10 6-10

Time 1:36 1:18 1:13 1:48 1:11 1:20 1:06 1:03 1:12 1:40 1:20 :55 2:25 1:00 1:50 1:17 1:22 2:15 1:30 1:20 1:26 1:44 1:09 1:40 1:19 1:42 1:48 2:00 1:08 1:26 1:51 2:08 1:53 1:58

TEAM STATIS CSU BLOCKING Block Solo 57 Block Assist 419 Total Blocks 266.5 Blocks Per Game 2.1 Block Errors 68 Ball handling errors 35 ATTENDANCE Total 3913 Dates/Avg Per Date 10/391 Neutral site #/Avg 10/76

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Attend 43 138 63 213 481 453 234 370 523 85 45 73 225 244 353 311 236 178 309 109 422 387 327 371 653 247 279 136 126 437 320

OPP 52 316 210.0 1.7 41 54 3722 14/266


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Overall Stats Name HEADRICK,Katelyn HILL,Amanda HOLEMAN,Cori DILLER,Nichole SASAN,Sam TRINDER,Amberle SKOKAN,Crissy JOHNSTON,Ashley NOKES,Amy LUNA,Michaela LIBERTOWSKI,Emily RODL,Tricia CSU Opponents...........

GP 10 123 125 101 126 120 86 29 15 76 119 125 126 126

MP-MS 10-0 33-33 34-30 34-29 34-33 34-32 33-9 18-5 5-4 30-5 34-16 34-2 34-34 34-34

Name HEADRICK,Katelyn HILL,Amanda HOLEMAN,Cori DILLER,Nichole SASAN,Sam TRINDER,Amberle SKOKAN,Crissy JOHNSTON,Ashley NOKES,Amy LUNA,Michaela LIBERTOWSKI,Emily RODL,Tricia CSU Opponents...........

K 1 472 250 229 137 204 81 21 32 5 103 0 1535 1636

G 10 123 125 101 126 120 86 29 15 76 119 125 126 126

K/Game 0.10 3.84 2.00 2.27 1.09 1.70 0.94 0.72 2.13 0.07 0.87 0.00 12.18 12.98 RE 1 15 6 6 2 5 3 11 2 13 22 41 143 160

E 0 156 83 101 49 93 33 10 18 3 70 10 626 742

DIG 3 408 109 80 252 31 11 46 19 103 250 441 1753 1687

TA 2 1162 619 578 406 531 231 63 85 22 373 22 4094 4522 Dig/G 0.30 3.32 0.87 0.79 2.00 0.26 0.13 1.59 1.27 1.36 2.10 3.53 13.91 13.39

Pct .500 .272 .270 .221 .217 .209 .208 .175 .165 .091 .088 -.455 .222 .198 BS 0 6 18 5 6 14 7 0 1 0 0 0 57 52

A 1 37 18 17 1207 16 9 4 2 31 25 25 1392 1518 BA 0 32 122 64 47 79 51 4 4 2 14 0 419 316

A/Game TA 0.10 4 0.30 171 0.14 112 0.17 82 9.58 2969 0.13 61 0.10 56 0.14 16 0.13 9 0.41 95 0.21 114 0.20 147 11.05 3838 12.05 4246 Total 0 38 140 69 53 93 58 4 5 2 14 0 266.5 210.0

B/Game 0.00 0.31 1.12 0.68 0.42 0.77 0.67 0.14 0.33 0.03 0.12 0.00 2.12 1.67

Pct .250 .216 .161 .207 .407 .262 .161 .250 .222 .326 .219 .170 .363 .358 BE 0 13 13 13 15 10 3 1 0 0 0 0 68 41

SA 0 35 14 0 16 3 0 11 0 11 30 40 160 143

SA/Gm 0.00 0.28 0.11 0.00 0.13 0.03 0.00 0.38 0.00 0.14 0.25 0.32 1.27 1.13

BHE 0 0 5 2 23 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 35 54

Conference Only Stats Name HEADRICK,Katelyn HOLEMAN,Cori HILL,Amanda DILLER,Nichole SASAN,Sam TRINDER,Amberle SKOKAN,Crissy LIBERTOWSKI,Emily LUNA,Michaela JOHNSTON,Ashley RODL,Tricia CSU Opponents...........

G 3 61 61 55 61 58 44 61 46 4 60 61 61

K 1 116 230 147 68 87 40 65 1 0 0 755 887

K/Game 0.33 1.90 3.77 2.67 1.11 1.50 0.91 1.07 0.02 0.00 0.00 12.38 14.54

E 0 41 80 57 23 42 21 40 3 1 7 315 363

TA 2 300 610 375 218 246 123 236 16 3 14 2143 2386

Pct .500 .250 .246 .240 .206 .183 .154 .106 -.125 -.333 -.500 .205 .220

A 0 9 18 6 594 11 5 12 9 0 14 678 819

Pct .000 .158 .184 .122 .402 .333 .167 .176 .243 .000 .144 .348 .373

SA 0 5 14 0 3 0 0 13 8 0 19 62 79

SE 0 5 7 3 0 0 0 26 8 1 11 61 102

Pct 1.000 .976 .968 .949 1.000 1.000 1.000 .870 .948 .875 .955 .954 .926

RE 0 2 9 6 0 1 1 17 8 4 19 79 62

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DIG 0 54 221 61 155 14 5 143 64 4 213 934 944

Dig/G 0.00 0.89 3.62 1.11 2.54 0.24 0.11 2.34 1.39 1.00 3.55 15.31 15.48

BS 0 9 5 4 3 9 2 0 0 0 0 32 29

BA 0 62 20 33 22 45 28 6 0 0 0 216 146

Total B/Game 0 0.00 71 1.16 25 0.41 37 0.67 25 0.41 54 0.93 30 0.68 6 0.10 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 140.0 2.30 102.0 1.67

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE

3-TIME BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONS | VOLLEYBALL IN CSU ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball INDIVIDUAL SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Total 135 129 129 128 127 127 127 126 126 126

Player Ashley McLaughlin Sam Sasan Jennifer Mons Amanda Hill Emily Libertowski Heide Brey Carrie O’Connell Sam Sasan Priscilla Lauletolo Carrie O’Connell

Year 1990 2008 1990 2008 2008 1991 1991 2009 1992 1992

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

Total 499 472 466 446 438 429 415 394 390 378

Player Amanda Hill Amanda Hill Jennifer Monson Priscilla Lauletolo Priscilla Lauletolo Jenni Shepherd Carrie O’Connell Jennifer Monson Carrie O’Connell Allyn Beam

Year 2008 2009 2001 1993 1992 2006 1992 2000 1991 2003

Player Amanda Hill Jennifer Monson Amanda Hill Victoria Owens Jenni Shepherd Carrie O’Connell Priscilla Lauletolo Priscilla Lauletolo Jennifer Monson Renae Popovich

Year 2008 2000 2009 2005 2006 1992 1993 1992 2001 2007

Kills

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

Total 1296 1164 1162 1146 1127 1107 1087 1085 1080 1012

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

Total 0.541 0.486 0.412 0.322 0.318 0.297 0.294 0.294 0.277 0.277

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

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Total 58 57 54 53 48 46 44 41 40 40

Player Ann Thomas Angela Cunningham Angela Cunningham Carrie O’Connell Carrie O’Connell Jennifer Monson Erin Downer Carrie O’Connell Priscilla Lauletolo Wendi Loggins

Year 1989 1989 1990 1991 1994 2001 1998 1993 1992 1990

Player Jennifer Mons Kim Duncan Priscilla Lauletolo Jennifer Mons Wendi Loggins Lea Simmons Priscilla Lauletolo Carrie O’Connell Tricia Rodl Amanda Hill

Year 1990 1993 1992 1989 1989 1990 1993 1991 2009 2008

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

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

Total 1216 1211 1208 1207 1176 1097 1040 1036 1032 982

Player Katie O’Riordan Kim Duncan Ashely McLaughlin Sam Sasan Katie O’Riordan Kim Duncan Jodie Pearce Michelle Lawandowski Sam Sasan Sam Sasan

Year 2003 1993 1990 2009 2005 1992 1995 2001 2007 2008

Total 522 460 446 441 420 408 408 405 395 385

Player Carrie O’Connel Carrie O’Connel Carrie O’Connel Tricia Rodl Priscilla Lauletolo Amanda Hill Kandace Kessell Carrie O’Connel Priscilla Lauletolo Jennifer Monson

Year 1992 1993 1991 2009 1993 2009 1995 1994 1992 2000

Block Solos (Minimum of 50) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Total 179 115 99 83 83 67 63 51

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

Total 122 120 118 108 91 88 86 84 83 81

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

Total 270 194 185 185 164 157 148 140 138 132

Player Angela Cunningham Jennifer Mons Heide Brey Jennifer Mons Heide Brey Carrie O’Connell Angela Cunningham Hollie Bates

Year 1989 1991 1990 1990 1991 1993 1990 2002

Player Cori Holeman Carrie O’Connell Carrie O’Connell Carrie Fenwick Angela Cunningham Canan Erdogan Heide Brey Katie O’Riordan Carrie Fenwick Heide Brey

Year 2009 1994 1993 1997 1989 2005 1990 2005 1994 1991

Player Angela Cunningham Jennifer Mons Heide Brey Carrie O’Connell Heide Brey Jennifer Mons Carrie O’Connell Cori Holeman Carrie Fenwick Angela Cunningham

Year 1989 1990 1990 1993 1991 1989 1994 2009 1997 1990

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Total 475 474 443 433 430 419 413 404 403 390

Player Sam Sasan Carrie O’Connell Victoria Owens Allison Arreola Kim Duncan Carrie Fenwick Katie O’Riordan Rebecca Miller Michelle Lawandowski Valerie Clemens

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

Total 1469 1336 1179 1174 1131 893 884 860 800 796

Player Carrie O’Connell Amanda Hill Victoria Owens Allison Arreola Jenni Shepherd Rebecca Miller Priscilla Lauletolo Jennifer Monson Katie O’Riordan Renae Popovich

Years 1991-1994 2007-Present 2002-2005 1995-1998 2003-2006 1999-2003 1992-1993 2000-2001 2002-2005 2004-2007

Player Victoria Owens Carrie O’Connell Amanda Hill Allison Arreola Jenni Shepherd Rebecca Miller Renae Popovich Jennifer Monson Jillian Worby Carrie Fenwick

Years 2002-2005 1991-1994 2007-Present 1995-1998 2003-2006 1999-2003 2004-2007 2000-2001 2003-2006 1994-1997

Kills

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

Total 3742 3697 3457 3380 2787 2707 2320 2244 2241 2190

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

Total 0.445 0.310 0.301 0.271 0.268 0.250 0.241 0.240 0.232 0.224

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

Total 148 119 118 111 111 109 107 106 99 98

Years 2006-2009 1991-1994 2002-2005 1995-1998 1991-1994 1994-1997 2002-2005 1999-2003 1998-2001 1995-1998

Player Angela Cunningham Wendi Loggins Carrie O’Connell Priscilla Lauletolo Katie O’Riordan Kim Duncan Amanda Hill Jennifer Monson Allyn Beam Amberle Trinder

Years 1989-1990 1989-1990 1991-1994 1992-1993 2002-2005 1991-1994 2007-Present 2000-2001 2002-2003 2007-Present

Player Kim Duncan Sam Sasan Michelle Lawandowski Jennifer Mons Jenni Shepherd Carrie O’Connell Amanda Hill Victoria Owens Kathy Dantzler Priscilla Lauletolo

Years 1991-1994 2006-2009 1998-2001 1989-1990 2003-2006 1991-1994 2007-Present 2002-2005 1991-1994 1992-1993

Assists (Minimum of 1000) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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

Total 3999 3979 3479 3365 2014 1114

Player Katie O’Riordan Sam Sasan Kim Duncan Michelle Lawandowski Ashley McLaughlin Jodie Pearce

Total 1833 1262 1145 1102 1100 1000 983 975 955 943

Player Carrie O’Connell Victoria Owens Kim Duncan Sam Sasan Amanda Hill Kathy Dantzler Allison Arreola Katie O’Riordan Rachel Deangelo Tricia Rodl

Block Solos (Minimum of 100) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Total 242 219 198 130 113 105

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

Total 350 311 258 222 221 215 214 213 208 193

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

Total 480 441 416 402 351 327 313 299 266 250

Player Angela Cunningham Heide Brey Jennifer Mons Carrie O’Connell Hollie Bates Carrie Fenwick Player Carrie O’Connell Carrie Fenwick Jenni Shepherd Heide Brey Katie O’Riordan Kristen Lee Hollie Bates Canan Erdogan Cori Holeman Nichole Diller Player Carrie O’Connell Heide Brey Carrie Fenwick Allison Cunningham Jennifer Mons Hollie Baes Jenni Shepherd Kristen Lee Katie O’Riordan Canan Erdogan

Team Season Records Kills Hitting Percentage Assists Service Aces Digs Blocks

1635 .410 1514 285 2307 533

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2010 Lady Buccaneer Volleyball ALL-TIME RESULTS Opponent

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Alabama A&M 0 3 Alabama-Birmingham 0 2 Alabama State 1 1 Anderson 3 1 Appalachian State 1 6 Arizona State 0 1 Armstrong State 8 0 Army 0 2 Augusta 8 0 Benedict 7 0 Bethune Cookman 3 0 Birmingham-Southern 1 11 Brevard 0 1 Bucknell 0 1 Campbell 16 7 Central Florida 0 6 Central Wesleyan 2 1 Charles County 1 0 The Citadel 14 2 Claflin 1 0 Clemson 0 11 Coastal Carolina 32 40 Coker 14 3 College of Charleston 18 57 Columbia 13 0 Concord 4 0 Converse 3 0 Davidson 5 9 Delaware State First Meeting DePaul 0 1 Drake 0 1 East Carolina 4 5 East Tennessee State 0 4 Eastern Michigan 0 2 Eastern Washington 0 1 Eckerd 1 0 Elon 5 6 Erskine 11 3 Evansville 0 1

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Fairleigh Dickinson Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Florida State Florida Tech Francis Marion Furman Gardner-Webb George Washington Georgetown Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Grambling State Grinnell Hampton Hawaii-Hilo High Point Howard Idaho Idaho State Illinois Illinois-Chicago IUPUI Jackson State Jacksonville Jacksonville State James Madison Lander Lees-McRae Lenoir Rhyne Liberty Limestone Lipscomb Louisiana-Monroe Marshall

2 1 0 0 0 0 2 16 12 8 0 0 0 8 1 1 1 1 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 1 1 4 3 1 1 1

Mars Hill Md.-Baltimore County Memphis Mercer (Atlanta) Mercer (Macon) Methodist Mississippi Missouri-Kansas City Montana Montana State Morgan State Morris Brown Navy Newberry Norfolk State N.C. A&T N.C. Central N.C. State N.C. Wesleyan Northeastern Illinois North Florida North Greenville Northwestern State Oglethorpe Oral Roberts Paine Pittsburgh Presbyterian Radford Robert Morris Rollings Samford Savannah State South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina State Southern Mississippi Southern Univ. Spartanburg Meth.

1 0 1 10 0 1 1 0 10 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 8 0 1 0 4 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 6 4 14 32 1 0 0 2 2 1 17 0 1 2 0 6 47 2 0 1 1 0 1 0

Stetson 4 2 St. Andrews 3 2 St. Augustine 1 0 St. Francis College 1 0 Syracuse 0 1 Tennessee-Chattanooga 2 1 Tennessee Martin 1 0 Tennessee Tech 0 1 Texas at El Paso 0 1 Texas-Pan American 0 1 Towson State 2 2 Troy 1 0 Tulsa 0 2 UNC Asheville 12 31 UNC Charlotte 1 8 UNC Greensboro 4 11 UNC Wilmington 13 23 USC Aiken 13 5 USC Spartanburg 8 12 Valparaiso 0 2 Virginia Commonwealth 0 2 Virginia Tech 1 2 Voorhees 2 0 Wake Forest 0 1 West Georgia 1 0 Western Carolina 2 10 Western Kentucky 0 1 Western Michigan 0 1 Wingate 1 0 Winston-Salem State 1 0 Winthrop 16 56 Wisconsin 0 1 Wofford 6 4 485 583

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Coaching History Coach

Record(Pct.)

1979-82

Amelia Martin

4

112-66 (.629)

1983-84

Brett Maddox

2

34-45 (.430)

1985-92

Amir Khaledi

8

157-113 (.581)

1993

Sue Killian

1

22-11 (.667)

1994-95

Tammy Craig

2

22-41 (.349)

1996

Allison Welch

1

2-29 (.065)

13

136-278 (.330)

1997-2010 Danyel Bellush

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Charleston, South Carolina

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“The Holy City”

harleston is America’s most beautifully preserved architectural and historic treasure, with a rich, 300-year history just waiting to be discovered. Hundreds of significant and lovingly preserved structures from the colonial and antebellum periods grace the historic district’s narrow streets. Church bells toll the hour as history unfolds around each and every corner. In no other place are the past and present more intertwined. The entire Charleston area is a never-ending feast for the senses, with history serving as the main course. Visit Charles Towne Landing, the site where the original settlement was established in 1670. Explore the Charleston Museum, our nation’s first museum, or Patriot’s Point, the world’s largest naval and maritime museum and home of World War II’s Fighting Lady, the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Yorktown. Drive to Fort Moultrie, scene of the first decisive American victory of the American Revolution, and a mainstay of shore defense until 1947. Take a scenic boat tour to Fort Sumter, the manmade island fortress where the Civil War began. World-famous plantations and gardens offer visitors a fascinating glimpse Top 10 United States into life during the antebellum era. Cities to Visit Informative tours of the Charleston area are offered daily and are a must for all who want to truly appreciate this living museum. 1. San Francisco The area’s lush sea islands and sun-drenched beaches offer 2. Charleston, S.C. as much recreation or relaxation as your heart desires. Golf is on a world-class level, with challenging courses reflecting the natural 3. Santa Fe beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Charter fishing on the Gulf stream or inshore waters is readily available. Shopping is one 4. New York City of our vistors’ most passionate pursuits. Marvel at native sweet5. Chicago grass baskets and handmade crafts found in Charleston’s famous open-air market, or browse through inviting boutiques, art galleries 6. Honolulu and antique shops found throughout the Charleston area. When it comes to dining, your biggest decision may be just what to try next. 7. Carmel, Calif. Every meal is a celebration of tastes, with a variety that ranges 8. Savannah from traditional oyster roasts to fine continental dining. If festivals strike your fancy, you have come to the right place. You will be dazzled by a diverse array of special events. At any time of year, you will always find more to see, do Source: 2009 Condé Nast Traveler and experience than you ever imagined ... in a place where warm welcomes have been a treasured tradition for over 300 years.


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harleston Southern is a fully accredited, comprehensive university offering liberal arts and professional curricula, including graduate and undergraduate degrees. The University, founded in 1964, is included on the John Templeton Foundation’s Honor Roll of Character-Building Colleges and was named one of America’s Best Christian Colleges. Affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, the University’s vision is integrating faith in learning, leading and serving. Charleston Southern has grown from 500 students to more than 3,000 students in its 46 years. Situated on 300 acres, the University is located in the center of the Charleston metropolitan area. Students take advantage of the cultural, historical and recreational opportunities the city offers. Charleston is a city famous for its well-preserved colonial houses, famous gardens and plantations, miles of wide sandy beaches, and major fine arts events, including the Spoleto Festival USA (a kaleidoscope of opera, dance, music, theatre, and visual arts). The University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Students can choose from 38 undergraduate majors and four graduate programs. In addition, our College of Distance and Continuing Education allows students to schedule classes around their busy lifestyles. Each degree program is combined with a comprehensive liberal arts foundation, which is designed to develop problem-solving and communication skills. CSU is widely known as a valuable community leader through its active participation in partnerships with local schools and businesses.

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eyond the classroom, students can particiB pate in a variety of campus activities, including academic clubs, service organizations, intramural athletics and campus ministries. CSU’s athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division I Big South Conference. Our athletic programs have produced several nationally recognized professional sports figures, including Charlie Simpkins, 1992 Olympic silver medalist; Maurice Price and Josh Breeden, who signed as free agents in the NFL; Bryant Burch, who signed with the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders; Crystal Carpenter, who signed with the WNBA’s Utah Starzz; R.J. Swindle, who played for the Charleston Riverdogs as a member of the Yankees organization and became the first CSU player to ever pitch in a MLB game, joining the Phillies; Tyler Thornburg, who was taken by the Milwaukee Brewers in the third round of the 2010 MLB draft; and Bobby Parnell, who made it to the Majors with the N.Y. Mets. Charleston Southern University is proud to have sent 11 different teams to NCAA competition over the past eight years. The women’s golf team is the most recent to represent the University in NCAA postseason play, winning the conference championship in 2010, while men’s tennis is historically the most consistent, having competed in four NCAA tournaments since 1999. In 2008, CSU sent 12 track athletes to the NCAA Regional meet, and were also represented at the 2010 NCAA Indoor National Championships. The University fields teams in basketball, women’s soccer, softball, cross country, baseball, track & field, golf, tennis, and volleyball, as well as an NCAA Division-I football program. In its history, CSU has captured 28 Big South Conference championships. In 2009-10, the Buccaneers placed more than 40 athletes on all-conference and all-freshman teams.

CSU Fast Facts Status: Private, coeducational Undergraduate Tuition (Fall 2010): $9,907.00/Sem. Enrollment (Fall 2009): Undergraduate: 2,787 Graduate: 449 Total: 3,236 In-state/out-of-state Students: 83% in-state/17% out-of-state Faculty (full-time): 126 Academic Majors: 38 undergraduate / 4 graduate Library Holdings: More Than 250,000 volumes Undergrads Receiving Financial Aid: 95% (2010-11) Religious Affiliation: South Carolina Baptist Convention


D egree P rograms

The Bachelor of Arts degree is a four-year degree designed primarily for students concentrating in the fine arts and may be earned with a major in any of the following areas:

The Bachelor of Science degree is a four-year degree designed primarily for students concentrating in the social and natural sciences and may be earned with a major in any of the following areas:

Business Administration Communication and Theatre English * English Education Graphic Design Humanities and Fine Arts Music (Performance or Church Music) Music Education (Choral or Instrumental) Music Therapy Religion Spanish * Youth Ministry

Professional programs are offered in the following fields:

Predentistry Preengineering Prelaw Premedicine Prepharmacy Preseminary

The Bachelor of Technology degree provides a liberal arts education and a core of professionally related cognate courses for persons holding an Associate of Science degree in an approved technical field.

Applied Mathematics Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology * Business Administration Chemistry * Computer Science Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Economics * Elementary Education Health Promotion History * Kinesiology Mathematics * Mathematics Education Natural Science Physical Education * Political Science * Psychology * Social Science Sociology *

The Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) is a 1 + 3 curriculum program and has Full Approval of the S.C. Board of Nursing. It is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission.

The Bachelor of Management Arts degree provides a fast track and convenient degree in general business management for nontraditional students. A student transferring in previous college credit hours, accredited work training and military experience could complete the degree program in as little as 20 months. Bachelor of Technology Graduate degrees are offered in the following fields:

Master of Business Administration (with emphases in Accounting, Finance, Management Information Systems and Organizational Development) Online courses available. Master of Science in Criminal Justice Master of Science in Nursing Master of Education Elementary Secondary Administration

* Teacher certification programs are available for these majors

Charleston Southern University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.


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N.C. Central Tournament vs. Elon @ North Carolina Central vs. Delaware State vs. Texas at El Paso

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THE CITADEL UNC WILMINGTON

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North Florida Tournament vs. Illinois-Chicago vs. Troy @ North Florida vs. Chattanooga

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