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GENERAL INFORMATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

School:..........................................................Charleston Southern City:......................................................................Charleston, S.C. Founded:...............................................................................1964 Enrollment:...........................................................................3,298 President:.................................................... Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. V.P. for Student Affairs and Athletics:................... Dr. Rick Brewer Athletic Director:......................................................... Hank Small Associate A.D. (External Affairs):...............Cathryn Broderhausen Assistant A.D. (Media):................................................ Zeke Beam Assistant A.D. (Internal Affairs):.............................. James Bradley Assistant A.D. (Compliance):............................... Mike Hammond Senior Womens’ Administrator:.............. Christie Faircloth-Dixon Strength and Conditioning Coach:................................Chad Scott Nickname:.................................................................. Buccaneers Colors:................................. Blue (PMS 295) and Gold (PMS 873) Facility:..............................................CSU Buccaneer FIeld House Capacity:...............................................................................1,000 Affiliation:............................................................. NCAA Division I Conference:....................................................................Big South Athletic Department Phone:.................................. 843-863-7678 Athletic Department Fax:....................................... 843-863-7695 Ticket Office Phone:............................................... 843-863-7670

General Information/Table of Contents.....................................1 Media Information.....................................................................2 2013 Volleyball Roster................................................................3 2013 Volleyball Schedule/Information.......................................4 2013 Volleyball Season Preview..............................................5-6 Head Coach Christy Mooberry...................................................7 Assistant Coach Kim Lissinna and Staff....................................8-9 Player Profiles..................................................................... 10-15 Kayla Klinger/Laura Grace Swindler...................................10 Maggie Murphy/Erin LaVenice...........................................11 Kirsten Struksnes/Ashley Higginbothem............................12 Siraya Windsor/Katrina Houston........................................13 Cassidy Greer/Meredith Parrott.........................................14 Kellyn Litten/Taylor Allman/Nikia Clark..............................15 2012 Season Statistics..............................................................16 2012 CSU Game By Game Statistics.........................................17 2012 Match Results..................................................................18 Individual Match Records.........................................................19 3-Set Match Records................................................................20 4-Set Match Records................................................................21 5-Set Match Records................................................................22 Individual Season Records........................................................23 Career Records.........................................................................24 All-Time Records vs. Opponents/Coaching Records.................25 Volleyball All-Time Letterwinners.............................................26 Buccaneers Honors and Awards...............................................27 Big South Preseason Awards and Poll......................................28 The Big South Conference.................................................. 29-30 Charleston Southern Athletics Staff and Directory...................31 Charleston Southern Degree Programs/Information...............32 The Big South Network....................................Inside Back Cover

Coaching Staff Head Coach:......................................................Christy Mooberry Alma Mater (Year): .......................................... Moody Bible (‘01) Record at CSU (Seasons): ................................................0-0, First Overall Record (Seasons):....................................102-94 (5 years) Email: ......................................................cmooberry@csuniv.edu Assistant Coach:........................................................ Kim Lissinna Alma Mater (Year):............................................Weber State (‘11) Student-Assistant:.................................................... Carley Reiter

Me dia Information Assistant A.D. (Media):................................................ Zeke Beam Office Phone:.......................................................... 843-863-7687 Email:..............................................................zbeam@csuniv.edu Office Fax:............................................................... 843-863-7676 Mailing Address:........................................... 9200 University Blvd ....................................................................Charleston, SC 29406 Assistant SID/VB Contact: ................................Seth Montgomery Office Phone:.......................................................... 843-863-7853 Cell Phone:............................................................. 843-259-4434 Email:.................................................. smontgomery@csuniv.edu Assistant SID/Voice of the Buccaneers................. Kevin O’Rourke Office Phone........................................................... 843-863-7289 Email:.......................................................... korourke@csuniv.edu Website:....................................................... www.csusports.com

Team Information First Year of Volleyball:..........................................................1979 All-Time Record:.............................................................. 516-649 NCAA Tournament Appearances:......................................... None Highest Win Percentage (Year):......................... 26-8, .764 (1986) Most Wins (Year):.................................................... 34-20, (1981) 2012 Record:....................................................................... 13-21 Big South Finish:..............................................................5-9 (8th) Starters Returning/Lost:.......................................................... 5/2 Letterman Returning/Lost:.................................................... 10/5 Newcomers.................................................................................2

Cre dits The 2013 Charleston Southern Volleyball Media Guide is a publication of the Charleston Southern Sports Information Department. The guide was written, designed and edited by Seth Montgomery. Editorial contributions from Kevin O’Rourke, Zeke Beam, Eric Terrill and various contributors. Photographs provides by Big South Photos, REEL World Media and the CSU Sports Information staff. All covers were designed and edited by Montgomery. Front Outside Cover (L to R): Laura Grace Swinder, Kayla Klinger, Erin LaVenice and Maggie Murphy Front Inside Cover (L to R): Class Photos of Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen Inside Back Cover: The Big South Newtork Outside Back Cover: Team Photo taken by REEL World Media

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Credentials All requests for working media credentials and photo passes for Charleston Southern volleyball matches should be directed to the Sports Information office. Passes will be available for pickup at the ticket entrance or in advance at the Sports Information office. Interviews All requests for interviews with Charleston Southern student-athletes should be made through the Sports Information office by calling 843-863-7853. Charleston Southern student-athletes are routinely available for interviews after practice sessions. Postgame interviews will be conducted only upon request. All requests should be made to the Sports Information staff before or at the conclusion of the contest to make arrangements. Media Services The working media area at the CSU Field House is in the press table, as well as the Sports Information Office. Programs, statistics, box scores and play-by-play narratives will be supplied. For further arrangements, call 843-863-7853 or email smontgomery@csuniv. edu. Photography Area Photographers with passes may shoot from courtside level. Fieldside flashes are not permitted. Driving Directions Charleston Southern’s home volleyball matches and practices are inside the CSU Field House on the campus of Charleston Southern University. The physical address of the college is 9200 University Blvd, Charleston, SC 29406 From Columbia, S.C.: Take I-26 East. Exit 205B toward Goose Creek onto US 78. CSU will be on your left. Take Second Entrance into school for sporting events. From Charleston International Airport: Start out going East on International Blvd. toward Air Cargo LN. Merge onto I-526 E. Merge onto I-26 toward Columbia. Merge onto US-78 via Exit 205B toward US-52. CSU will be on your Left. Take Second Entrance into school for sporting events.

CSU SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant A.D. (Media):............................................... Zeke Beam Office Phone:......................................................... 843-863-7687 Email:............................................................ zbeam@csuniv.edu Assistant SID/Volleyball Contact: ................... Seth Montgomery Office Phone:......................................................... 843-863-7853 Email:.................................................smontgomery@csuniv.edu Assistant SID/Voice of the Buccaneers................ Kevin O’Rourke Office Phone: ........................................................ 843-863-7289 Email:.......................................................... korouke@csuniv.edu Sports Information Fax:......................................... 843-863-7676 Website:...................................................... www.csusports.com Sports Information Overnight Mailing Address: 9200 University Blvd. Charleston, SC 29406

BIG SOUTH SPORTS NETWORK Follow Charleston Southern webstreams live on the Big South Sports Network. Visit www.BigSouthSports.com and follow the links to watch CSU Sports Live.

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2013 CSU Volleyball Team

# Name 1 Kirsten Struksnes 2 Meredith Parrott 3 Kayla Klinger 4 Siraya Windsor 6 Kellyn Litten 7 Taylor Allman 9 Ashley Higginbothem 10 Laura Grace Swindler 11 Nikia Clark 12 Maggie Murphy 13 Katrina Houston 14 Cassidy Greer 24 Erin LaVenice

Pos. Ht. S 5-9 MB 6-0 OH 5-9 OH 5-9 Def. 5-5 OH 5-9 Libero 5-5 S 5-6 MB 6-1 Def. 5-6 OH 5-8 S 5-10 MB 6-0

Head Coach: Christine Mooberry (Moody Bible, ‘01) Assistant Coach: Kim Lissinna (Weber State, ‘11) Student-Assistant: Carley Reiter, Kendall Canzater

Cl. Hometown/Previous School Jr. Calgary, AB/Queen Elizabeth So. Mobile, Ala./Cottage Hill Christian Sr. Cary, Ill./Cary Grove So. Lexington, S.C./White Knoll Fr. Huron, Ohio/Huron Fr. Little River, S.C./North Myrtle Beach Jr. Middletown, MD./Middletown Sr. Lexington, S.C./Lexington Fr. Newport News, Va./Peninsula Catholic Sr. Marion, Iowa/Marion So. Stafford, Va./North Stafford So. Semmes, Ala./Mary G. Montgomery Sr. Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Mennonite

Pronunciation gui de No. Name 1 Kirsten Struksnes 4 Siraya Windsor 5 Kellyn Litten 9 Ashley Higginbothem 11 Nikia Clark 24 Erin LaVenice Kim Lissinna Carley Reiter Kendall Canzater

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2013 CSU Volleyball Schedule

Date Aug. 30 Aug. 31 Aug. 31 Sep. 3 Sep. 6 Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 10 Sep. 13 Sep. 13 Sep. 14 Sep. 20 Sep. 21 Sep. 21 Sep. 27 Sep. 28 Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 29 Nov. 1 Nov. 2 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 16

Opponent vs. Cal State-Bakersfield (Davidson Tournament) vs. Charlotte (Davidson Tournament) @ Davidson (Davidson Tournament) @ College of Charleston vs. Mississippi Valley State (Jacksonville Tournament) @ Jacksonville (Jacksonville Tournament) vs. Florida Atlantic (Jacksonville Tournament) Savannah State vs. DePaul (The Citadel Tournament) @ The Citadel (The Citadel Tournament) vs. S.C. State (The Citadel Tournament) vs. Jacksonville State (Georgia Southern Tournament) vs. Central Michigan (Georgia Southern Tournament) @ Georgia Southern (Georgia Southern Tournament) @ Presbyterian* @ Winthrop* Campbell* High Point* East Carolina @ Coastal Carolina* @ Liberty* @ Radford* Gardner-Webb* UNC Asheville* @ South Carolina State Presbyterian* Winthrop* Coastal Carolina* @ High Point* @ Campbell*

Location Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Statesboro, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. Clinton, S.C. Rock Hill, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Conway, S.C. Lynchburg, Va. Radford, Va. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Orangeburg, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. High Point, N.C. Buies Creek, N.C.

Time 5 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. noon 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

Home events are in bold. * - indicates Big South Conference event All times are Eastern.

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Kirsten Struksnes Laura Grace Swindler Cassidy Greer Meredith Parrott Erin LaVenice Kayla Klinger Siraya Windsor Taylor Allman Nikia Clark Katrina Houston Kellyn Litten Ashley Higginbothem Maggie Murphy

Bucs Across the Map

South Carolina - 4 Alabama - 2 Virginia - 2 Illinois - 1

Iowa - 1 Maryland - 1 Pennsylvania - 1 Canada - 1

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Season Preview An experienced group returns as Charleston Southern

volleyball looks ahead to the 2013 season under the direction of first year Head Coach Christine Mooberry. Led by a quartet of seniors in Kayla Klinger, Laura Grace Swindler, Maggie Murphy and Erin LaVenice, the Buccaneers look to build off of last season’s Big South tournament berth and make it back to the postseason. “Our seniors bring a great amount of leadership, experience, and energy to the court,” said Mooberry on the return of four strong seniors. “Kayla’s experience shows the minute she hits the court, while LG and Maggie both bring a great amount of energy, determination and passion to our defensive game. They embody the idea of relentless pursuit that we want to see on our defense. Erin adds the height we need in the front row and moves very well across the net.” Charleston Southern was selected ninth in the annual Big South Preseason Coaches’ Poll, as announced by the Big South Conference at the end of July and the Bucs look to battle through a tough conference and road slate this season, with the 30 match schedule featuring just nine home contests inside the friendly confines of the Buc Dome. “We are on the road quite a bit but our goals will be the same: to bring our best no matter the circumstances,” said Mooberry on the challenge of playing a majority of the matches on the road. “We should feel confident and experienced with road matches by the time we get to conference tournament and hopefully that will work in our favor. On top of that, road trips are opportunities to make team memories and bond, so we will use those trips as an opportunity to have fun together and continue to build our relationships and team dynamic.”

The Buccaneers roster features four seniors, two juniors, four sophomores and three freshman in the mix this season, with Klinger, junior libero Ashley Higginbothem and sophomore middle blocker Meredith Parrott leading the way on the squad among last season’s top performers returning. Outside Hitters Klinger is joined by a talented group including sophomores Katrina Houston and Siraya Windsor, as well as freshmen Taylor Allman and Nikia Clark as the Bucs look to continue to provide a consistent and powerful attack on the outside. Klinger leads all returning players with 235 kills this past season, hitting .250 from the floor and finished second on the team with 228 digs last year in providing a balanced floor leader for the Buccaneers heading into her senior season. Houston and Windsor saw action in a combined 64 matches last year and earned 32 starts last season as true freshmen, combining for 283 kills, averaging over three kills a set. Houston provides a powerful left-hander to the Buccaneers rotation, while Windsor’s athletic ability allows her to line up all over the court. Allman, a Little River, S.C., native and North Myrtle Beach High School graduate, comes to CSU after being named the 3A South Carolina State Player of the Year after leading the Chiefs to the State Championship. She was a two-time team captain, earning Region VII Player of the Year honors and Toast of the Coast Player of the Year honors and will make an immediate impact in the CSU lineup. Clark brings a 6-1 frame to the court and was a two-time All-State selection and four-time All-Conference selection at Peninsula Catholic in Newport News, Va. She also earned MaxPreps Athlete of the Week seven times during

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her high school career. Middle Blockers LaVenice and Parrott both return in the middle and look to help the Buccaneers offset the graduation of senior Wynter Davis. LaVenice set the CSU single match record last season with 13 total blocks against USC Upstate last year and finished third on the team with 69 blocks in the middle last season. Parrott, a 2012 Big South All-Freshman team selection, led all Big South freshmen with a .305 hitting percentage in conference play and had seven matches with at least 10 kills to pace the Buccaneers offense. She also steadily improved during her play over the season, improving an all-around game which saw a high of nine digs at Gardner-Webb as well. Setters Junior Kirsten Struksnes, sophomore Cassidy Greer and senior Laura Grace Swindler return to set up the Bucs offense on the season and all three will make an impact in the CSU lineup. Stuksnes led the way for the Buccaneers last season, averaging 7.79 set assists per game with 935 assists on the season in starting all 34 matches. She had four matches with at least 50 assists on the season and looks to reprise her role in the lineup this season. Close on her heels is Greer who has shown marked improvement during the offseason and was second on the team last season with 209 set assists, averaging nearly three assists a game in seeing action in 30 matches. Swindler will also be in the mix entering her final season and is one of the team’s leading defensive players, as well as handling some of the setting duties.

Libero/Defensive Specialist Junior Ashley Higginbothem and senior Maggie Murphy reprise the defensive specialist role on the season for the Buccaneers with both players earning accolades from the CSU coaching staff for their work over the summer and the preseason, while freshman Kellyn Litten will also see time on the backline for the Bucs this season. Higginbothem led the Bucs backline defense last year with 327 digs, averaging 3.56 digs per set on the year. This fall, she has shown marked improvement and continues to impress her teammates with her dedication and abilities. Murphy has also shown improvement heading into her final season and is a team leader both on and off the court. Her leadership will be put to the test early with the Buccaneers early schedule on the road. Litten was a standout player at Huron High School in Huron, Ohio, where she recorded a 91.5 percent serving percentage with 23 aces, and added 200 set assists and 129 digs to her totals in her senior season. Schedule One year after playing a schedule which saw Charleston Southern host two tournaments and featured 16 games at home, the Buccaneers return to the road for four away tournaments this season, while nine home matches highlight the Charleston Southern volleyball schedule. Seven of the nine home contests will feature Big South Conference matchups, beginning with Campbell on October 4, while Senior Day comes against rival Coastal Carolina on November 8. Charleston Southern opens up the schedule on the on August 30-31 at the Davidson Tournament, while the Bucs host Savannah State on September 8 in their home opener inside the Buc Dome.

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Christy Mooberry Head Coach 1st Season Moody Bible, ‘01 Mooberry comes to Charleston Southern in the summer of 2013 by way of Union University in Jackson, Tenn. after one season with the Bulldogs, leading the team to the NCCAA MidEast Region Championship match before falling to Campbellsville to end the season. She coached two players that finished on the NCCAA MidEast All-Region team in freshmen Kristin Cook and Elise Seufert, while Cook received NCCAA National Player of the Week honors during the 2012 season as well. Mooberry’s career head coaching record at four year schools is 102-94 (.520) over five seasons. Before going to Union, Mooberry left her mark on Montreat College as she led the volleyball program to the Appalachian Athletic Conference regular season title in 2010, and a tournament title in 2011. She improved their standing in conference rankings each season she coached at Montreat. In 2010, her team set a Montreat volleyball record with a program best 28 wins. Her team participated in the NAIA National Championships Opening Round in 2011. She led her team to at least 25 victories in each of her last three seasons at Montreat. The four seasons captured many AAC, AVCA and NAIA awards for the Cavs including the prestigious NAIA National Player of the Year award, 9 AAC First Team All-Conference awards, 2 AAC Second Team All-Conference Awards, 6 AAC All Freshmen Team awards, 7 AAC All-Tournament Team awards, 1 AAC Tournament MVP and 17 All-Academic Team awards. Also in the list of awards the Cavs have earned in her four seasons are: 10 AAC Player of the Week at the Conference Level awards, 9 AAC Hitter of the Week awards, 8 AAC Setter of the Week awards, 4 NAIA AVCA All Region, Northeast Region, 2 NAIA AVCA Honorable Mention All American, 1 AAC Libero of the Week award, and 2 Daktronics Scholar Athletes. Prior to coaching at Montreat, Mooberry coached at Newfane (N.Y.) High School. She also coached the Western New York Stars Volleyball Club team. Mooberry played volleyball at the high school and club levels in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. She played college volleyball for two seasons at the University of Saint Francis (Ill.). While there, she helped lead her teams to back-to-back Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament titles. Mooberry was named a scholar athlete and was named to the Dean’s List in both 1998 and 1999.

Mooberry then transferred to the Moody Bible Institute where she graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in sports ministry. While at the Moody Bible Institute, she earned numerous volleyball awards, including two NCCAA Division II First Team All-American awards, NCCAA Midwest Region All-Tournament in 1999 and 2000, six all-tournament awards, and two tournament MVPs. She served as team captain and also earned the Most Inspirational Award while playing in the Grace Bible College Volleyball Classic. Mooberry earned the President’s Award and was named the Moody Bible Institute Female Athlete of the Year for 2000-01. After graduation, Mooberry (then Simmons) and her husband Scott were married in June of 2001 and moved to Newfane. Her first job was an assistant coach position for Wilson (N.Y.) High School for one year, before taking the head coaching job at Newfane High School. During her six years as head coach at Newfane, she posted a 92-26 record and was a perfect 48-0 in conference play over the last four years. They earned four conference titles and were Section VI state finalist from 200407. Mooberry founded the Western New York Stars USA Volleyball Club in 2002, which provided opportunities for both athletic development and ministry impact. Mooberry is a USAV Level II Certified Coach through the USAV’s Coaching Accreditation Program, an International Sports Sciences Association Certified Fitness Trainer, and a New York State Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. In addition, she holds a New York State coaching certification. She was published in the June/July 2011 American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Coaching Volleyball magazine. Mooberry also holds a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology with a Coaching emphasis through Georgia Southern University. Coach Mooberry’s Career Record Overall Conference Year School W L Pct. W L Pct. 2008 Montreat 24 14 .631 11 9 .550 2009 Montreat 25 19 .568 11 5 .688 2010 Montreat 28 13 .683 12 2 .857 2011 Montreat 25 14 .641 13 3 .813 (102 60 .630 47 19 .712) 2012 Union 7 28 .200 1 15 .063 (7 28 .200 1 15 .063) 2013 CSU Career 109 88 .553 48 34 .585

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Kim Lissinna

Carley Reiter

Assistant Coach 2nd Season Weber State, ‘11

Student Assistant 2nd Season

Kimberly Lissinna begins her second season with the CSU volleyball coaching staff after joining the program in the fall of 2012.

Reiter begins her second season with the Charleston Southern volleyball coaching staff in the fall of 2013 after lining up in the CSU Blue and Gold for two years.

Lissinna came to CSU after a one year stint at Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota, where she served as an Assistant Coach. She served as the lead recruiter for Canadian athletes and was also responsible for the equipment for the players and practices. She also served as the main statistician for the Beavers’ volleyball team.

During her career, she saw action in eight matches and 10 sets, lining up as an outside hitter. Among her career highlights include registering her first career kill in 2010 vs. Savannah State, and her first dig on Sept. 17 vs. Western Carolina.

Prior to Minot State, she served as an individual volleyball instructor from 2008-2009, working on position specific skills. Lissinna has extensive club volleyball coaching experience, serving as the Head Coach for the Under 16 Club Xtreme Volleyball team in 2008, as well as the Under 14 Pipestone Crocs Club Volleyball team from 2004-2007. While with the Crocs, the team won a provincial bronze medal. She also served as the junior high girls’ volleyball head coach at Kelvington High School from 2004-2007. She was the youngest coach in the town’s history to take the position when she started. Lissinna started coaching after a decorated career as a setter at Weber State University, where she started as a true freshman under Coach Givens in 2007. She was a four year starter at Weber State and served as the captain of the team in 2010. Career highlights include Big Sky All-Conference Academic Awards in 2007 and 2010, as well as being named to the President’s List in 2011 and 2012 at Minot State. She graduated from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah in May 2011 with a Bachelor’s of Science, with an emphasis in Athletic Therapy.

In high school, Reiter was a four year varsity member at Wade Hampton High School under Coach Grant Hunter. She was an All-Region selection during her senior season, serving as captain in 2009. She also played for Club South under Coach Regina Schantz. During her time in high school, she was a National Honor Society member and was named Student of the Year in Sports Medicine and Spanish, while also participating on the softball, basketball and swimming teams.

Kendall Canzater Student Assistant 1st Season Canzater joins the CSU staff in the fall of 2013 after coming to Charleston Southern from Columbia, S.C. and Spring Valley High School, where she played under Coach Deanna Rudnik. She also played on the club team M.O.T.O., also under Coach Rudnik. While on the team, she was a senior captain, and was a member of the 2010 and 2011 Regional Championship team.

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April Varnum

Seth Montgomery

Assistant Athletic Trainer 2nd Year Central Florida, ‘08

Assistant SID 2nd Year North Greenville, ‘08

April Varnum joined the CSU Athletic Training staff in the fall of 2012 and will be working with the Lady Bucs women’s basketball team, as well as the cheer and dance teams.

Seth Montgomery begins his first year as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Charleston Southern University, joining the staff during the summer of 2012.

Varnum comes to CSU after serving as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at College of Charleston from 2010-2012 where she worked with the CofC women’s basketball, cheerleading and dance teams, as well as filling in with other sports as needed.

Montgomery joins the Buccaneers SID staff after four years at Brevard College where he served as the Athletic Media Relations Director. He served as the primary media contact for all 18 of the Tornados athletic teams, as well as an alternate color commentator for BC football, basketball and baseball games.

She also worked as an athletic training student at Erskine College where she worked under the supervision of the head athletic trainer. She assisted with the Flying Fleet’s men’s basketball, women’s and men’s soccer, softball and baseball teams. She also helped with the Dixie High School varsity football team and the Emerald High School JV and Varsity football teams. Varnum also assisted with multiple summer camps from 20082011 where she helped prepare male and female adolescent soccer athletes for practices and games. She also supervised games in case of emergency situations for various sports including: soccer, baseball, men’s and women’s basketball and cheerleading. She is currently certified by the Red Cross in CPR/AED, First Aid and Blood Borne Pathogens and can administer first aid and wound care to athletes. She also utilizes therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercises, taping and wrapping techniques for treatment and prevention of injuries to athletes at the collegiate level. Varnum also has experience working as an ACI and has Graston Technique M1 Training and Impact experience.

Montgomery also served as one of the hosts for Tornado Talk, BC’s weekly Friday morning radio sports show hosted by WSQL 1240 AM from 8:45-9 a.m., where he recapped the week’s events with Brevard student-athletes, coaches, staff and Tornados fans. He graduated magna cum laude in December of 2008 from North Greenville University with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration. Montgomery started his work in Athletic Media Relations as a student-assistant at North Greenville University, where he worked with the football and baseball teams as both a statistician and radio color commentator. He also served as the main media contact for the Spartanburg Stingers baseball team in the Coastal Plains League in 2007, serving as the statistician and radio alternate. Prior to joining the staff at Brevard, Montgomery worked as a media intern at the Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf Tournament at the Bay Hill Country Club in Orlando, Fla. in 2008.

Varnum is also a member of the National Athletic Training Society, South Carolina Athletic Training Society and the MidAtlantic Athletic Training Association. Varnum graduated from Erskine College in May of 2010 with her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and received her master’s degree in Health, Exercise and Sport Science in June of 2012 from The Citadel Graduate College.

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Kayla Klinger

L aura Grace Swindler

Outside Hitter 5-9 * Senior Cary, Ill. Cary Grove HS

Setter 5-6 * Senior Lexington, S.C. Lexington HS

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2012 (Jr.): Played in 27 matches and 94 sets in her junior season, recording 26 starts for CSU...Finished second on the team with 235 kills, leading the team with 2.50 kills per set...Hit .166 from the floor on the season...Finished second on the team with 228 digs overall, averaging 2.43 digs per set...Led the team with eight double-doubles on the season...Had 13 matches with double-digit kills, capped by a season-high 15 kills on three separate occasions (Sept. 18 vs. CofC, Oct. 12 vs. Liberty and Oct. 20 at Gardner-Webb)...11 matches with doubledigit digs, including a season-high 17 on Sept. 22 against Winthrop... Tied for second on the team with 20 service aces...Recorded 20 set assists...Finished with 25 block assists on the year, averaging 0.27 blocks per set. 2011 (So.): Played in all 30 matches and 103 sets on the season, recording 29 starts as a sophomore for CSU…Was one of four players to see action in all 30 matches on the year…Led the team with 219 kills and 23 service aces…Finished third on the team with 184 digs on the year…Finished the season with 27 total blocks...Recorded 10 doubledigit kill matches on the season, including a career high 15 kills on Sept. 3 at Wake Forest…Had three double-digit digs games…Recorded two double-doubles on the season (Oct. 1 vs. Campbell, 10 kills-12 digs, Sept. 3 vs. North Florida, 12 kills-12 digs)…Posted a career high with six service aces on Oct. 1 vs. Campbell...Contributed a career high six total blocks on Sept. 13 at the Citadel. 2010 (Fr.): Started in 28 matches while appearing in all 33 of the team’s contests as a freshman…Saw action in 117 sets, and is one of five Buccaneers to play in all 33 matches…Placed second on the team with 24 service aces, and ranked third with 213 kills and 236 digs…Recorded three double-doubles, all in conference play…Spiked 11 kills at a .409 pace in Big South Quarterfinal win, becoming first CSU freshman in over a decade to register double-digits in kills in first BSC tournament match…Added 10 kills in Big South Semifinal…Posted double-figure kills totals seven times, including in four out of last five matches of season…Had back-to-back double-doubles, with a 10-kill, 13-dig performance at UNC Asheville and a 14-kill, 13 dig outing vs. GardnerWebb…Set career high of 14 kills Oct. 23 at Radford and tied in Nov. 12 vs. Gardner-Webb…Had 11 10+-dig games, including career-high 14 Sept. 11 vs. Chattanooga…Also served up career-best four aces against Chattanooga…Posted 34 total blocks, contributing three blocks three times. High School: Klinger competed at Cary Grove HS, under Coach Patty Lanqanis...Was part of four consecutive Conference Championships and acted a captain on 2009 4A State Championship team...Named to the All-Conference Team during her senior year while being tabbed special mention All-State...Also 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.

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2012 (Jr.): Saw action in 32 matches, playing in 69 sets for the Bucs in lining up as a setter and defensive specialist...Third on the team with 43 set assists...Recorded two kills on the season... Had three service aces...Finished the season with 67 digs, averaging 0.97 digs per set...Season-high 10 assists on Aug. 24 vs. Southern Methodist...Season-high six digs on Sept. 15 vs. Stetson. 2011 (So.): Took the floor in 10 matches, playing in 18 sets as a sophomore for CSU…Finished third on the team with 53 set assists…Recorded four kills on the season…Finished the season with 17 digs…Recorded her best match of the season on Nov. 5 against Coastal Carolina with four kills, 22 set assists and five digs…Recorded three matches with double-digit set assists. 2010 (Fr.): Competed in 34 sets over 10 matches played as a freshman… served as backup setter, finishing second on team with 83 assists… also added 31 digs, two aces and two kills… recorded 15 assists and 11 digs over two-match span against North Florida and Chattanooga Sept. 11… registered doubledigit assists in four matches, including three straight conference matches… dished out 12 assists and a season-high eight digs Sept. 18 vs. South Alabama, also adding an ace… posted seasonhigh 15 assists Sept. 24 vs. Radford, and followed with 12 assists against High Point and 13 helpers vs. Winthrop. 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 all-region 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.

Kayla Klinger Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S 2012 94 27 235 2.50 110 752 .166 20 0.21 20 0.21 34 20 228 2.43 2011 103 30 218 2.12 151 860 .078 23 0.22 24 0.23 55 34 183 1.78 2010 117 33 213 1.82 129 745 .113 20 0.17 24 0.21 52 236 2.02 32 Career 314 90 666 2.12 390 2357 .117 63 0.20 68 0.22 141 647 2.06 86

BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 0 25 25 0.27 2 3 2 24 26 0.25 2 2 1 33 34 0.29 5 1 3 82 85 0.27 9 6

Laura Grace Swindler Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S 2012 69 32 2 0.03 1 8 .125 43 0.62 3 0.04 6 67 0.97 5 2011 16 9 4 0.25 1 9 .333 54 3.38 0 0.00 5 15 0.94 0 2010 34 10 2 0.06 2 11 .000 83 2.44 2 0.06 5 31 0.91 0 Career 119 51 8 0.07 4 28 .143 180 1.51 5 0.04 16 113 0.95 5

BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 0 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 0 0 0 0.00 1 6

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M aggie Murphy

Erin L aVenice

Libero 5-6 * Senior Marion, Iowa Marion HS

Middle Blocker 6-0 * Senior Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Mennonite HS

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2012 (Jr.): Saw action in 28 matches and 50 sets, earning one start as a junior for the Bucs...Lined up primarily as a defensive specialist and libero, finishing with 39 digs, averaging 0.78 digs per set...Had two kills, three set assists and two service aces... Season-high nine digs on Aug. 25 vs. Cal State Fullerton...Had eight digs on oct. 12 vs. Liberty. 2011 (So.): Saw action in 20 matches, playing in 43 sets as a sophomore for CSU…Recorded one set assist…Recorded seven service aces…Finished the season with 37 digs…Recorded three matches with at least five digs, including a season high seven digs on Oct. 21 against Gardner-Webb. 2010 (Fr.): Competed in 84 sets as a freshman, making two starts in the back row…Served as backup libero, and collected 75 digs, eight service aces, five assists and one kill…Recorded career-high 10 digs while making first start Sept. 18 at Georgia Southern…Posted six or more digs on six occasions, including back-to-back six dig matches on Sept. 11 in Jacksonville… Effective at the service line, Murphy served up a season-high three aces against Liberty Oct. 29…Recorded one kill, along with seven digs and one assist Sept. 11 vs. South Alabama. High School: Murphy was a three-year varsity starter at Marion HS in Marion, 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.

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2012 (Sr.): Played in 32 matches and 93 sets, recording 17 starts as a junior at the middle blocker position...Finished with 106 kills, averaging 1.14 kills per set...Third on the team with a .194 hitting percentage with 46 errors in 309 attacks...Added five set assists...Third on the team with 69 total blocks (10 solo, 59 block assists) in averaging 0.74 blocks per set...Added 22 digs...Season-high nine kills on two separate occasions (Aug. 31 vs. Canisius, Sept. 4 at Savannah State)...Season-high 13 blocks on Aug. 31 against USC Upstate. 2011 (So.): Played in all 30 matches, recording 29 starts and saw action in 106 sets as a sophomore…Was one of four CSU players to play in all 30 matches…Finished fifth on the team with 153 kills, averaging 1.46 kills per set…Was third on the team with a 16.3 percent hitting percentage…Added 15 set assists…Was second on the team with 82 total blocks on the season, averaging 0.78 blocks per set…Added 43 digs…Recorded three matches with double-digit kills, including a season high 12 kills on Oct. 1 vs. Campbell…Recorded six matches with at least five total blocks, including two matches with seven blocks (Aug. 27 vs. Furman, Sept. 3 vs. North Florida). 2010 (Fr.): Competed in 55 sets, making five starts in 20 matches as a freshman…Posted 35 total blocks (two solo, 33 assist), and was second on the team with 0.64 blocks per set…Also recorded 18 kills at a .135 clip and added 18 digs on the season…Made her collegiate debut during the North Florida Tournament, recording three or more blocks in three matches…Posted career-high six block assists Sept. 11 vs. Chattanooga… Registered multiple blocks in nine different matches… Recorded four total blocks against East Tennessee St. and UNC Asheville… Set career high with five kills Nov. 12 vs. Gardner-Webb, hitting .625 on the night…Posted an .800 attack percentage (4-0-5) at Winthrop…Had at least one block in each of last seven Big South appearances. High School: Competed for Lancaster Mennonite School in volleyball and basketball…Served as team captain for volleyball as a senior… Named to Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star team in 2009…Recorded 219 kills, hitting .268 as a senior…Helped team to third-place finish in Districts in 2008 and ’09…In 2007, aided team to District runner-up finish, falling to the eventual state champion in the finals…Was an All-State performer in basketball, being named second-team in AA as a senior…Led team to back-to-back State quarterfinal appearances…Twotime All-League, and three time All-District…Finished basketball career with 1,092 points…Broke school record in high jump in track and field, leaping 5’2” while qualifying for Districts as a junior.

Maggie Murphy Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S 2012 50 28 2 0.04 0 3 .667 3 0.06 2 0.04 2 39 0.78 7 2011 43 20 0 0.00 1 8 -.125 1 0.02 7 0.16 9 37 0.86 3 2010 84 27 1 0.01 0 6 .167 5 0.06 8 0.10 7 75 0.89 2 Career 177 75 3 0.02 1 17 .118 9 0.05 17 0.10 18 151 0.85 12

BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0

Erin LaVenice Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S 2012 93 32 106 1.14 46 309 .194 5 0.05 0 0.00 0 22 0.24 0 2011 105 30 154 1.47 79 460 .163 15 0.14 0 0.00 0 45 0.43 1 2010 55 20 18 0.33 11 52 .135 1 0.02 0 0.00 0 18 0.33 0 Career 253 82 278 1.10 136 821 .173 21 0.08 0 0.00 0 85 0.34 1

BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 10 59 69 0.74 10 2 8 75 83 0.79 9 0 2 33 35 0.64 4 0 20 167 187 0.74 23 2

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Kirsten Struksnes

Ashley Higginbothem

Setter 5-9 * Junior Calgary, Alberta, Canada Queen Elizabeth HS

Libero 5-5 * Junior Middletown, Md. Middletown HS

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2012 (So.): Saw action in 34 matches and 120 sets, starting 34 times for the Buccaneers as a sophomore...Led the team with 935 set assists, averaging 7.79 assists per set...Finished the season eighth overall in the Big South standings for assists per set...Hit .190 on the season with 21 kills and 10 errors in 58 attacks...Recorded 13 service aces...Fourth on the team with 183 digs, averaging 1.52 digs per set...Recorded 16 block assists on the season, averaging 0.13 blocks per set...Finished second in the conference with four 50-assist matches on the season... Had a career high 56 set assists against Liberty on Oct. 12...Had 55 assists against The Citadel on Oct. 9...53 set assists against Winthrop on Sept. 22...50 assists against Coastal Carolina on Oct. 5...Had four double-doubles of assists and digs on the season...Season-high 12 digs on Nov. 2 at Coastal Carolina. 2011 (Fr.): Saw action in 26 matches and 78 sets, starting three times for CSU as a freshman…Was second on the team with 319 set assists, averaging 4.09 set assists per game…Recorded nine service aces and five kills…Hit 14.6 percent on the season… Finished the season with 114 digs, averaging 1.46 digs per set… Recorded four block assists…Recorded one double-double on the season on Sept. 17 vs. Gardner-Webb with 36 assists and 14 digs. High School: Played three seasons of varsity volleyball at Queen Elizabeth High School in Calgary, Alberta, Canada for coach Jeff Van Leenan. While in high school, she helped her team to a pair of city championships and three Provincial titles. She was a three-year co-captain as setter for club team Calgary Dinos and head coach Reid Brodie, playing on the same team as Morgan Hadden. Struksnes aided the Dinos to a silver medal at 2010 Canadian National Team Challenge Cup, being named to the All-Tournament Team. Additionally, she played badminton in high school, where she placed first in the Division 3 championships. She earned the 17U Dinos Award for exemplifying the characteristics of a Dinos player, being hardworking, positive, selfless, striving for excellence, and exhibiting a love for competition.

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2012 (So.): Saw action in all 34 matches and played 120 sets for Charleston Southern as a sophomore, lining up as the primary libero...Was one of four players to play at least 120 sets for the Bucs...Led the team with 427 digs on the season, averaging 3.56 digs per set...Finished ninth in the Big South in digs per set... Added seven kills and 22 set assists...Finished fourth on the team with 19 service aces...Had four matches with at least 20 digs, including a season-high 24 coming on Oct. 5 vs. Coastal Carolina...23 matches with double-digit digs. 2011 (Fr.): Saw action in 106 sets and all 30 matches as a freshman for CSU in 2011…Was one of four players to play in all 30 matches…Was fourth on the team with 41 set assists on the season…Was third on the team with 19 service aces…Led the team with 422 digs on the season, finishing seventh in the Big South with 3.98 digs per set…Finished the season with 24 double-digit dig efforts, including five with 20+ digs…Recorded a season high 24 digs on Sept. 3 at Wake Forest. High School: Competed at Middletown HS in Middletown, Md., where she was coached by Aubrey Pfau. As a sophomore, she was named the team’s offensive player. In 2009, she earned Middletown’s most valuable player and defensive player of the year awards. Higginbothem has also earned First Team honors at the County, League, and Area levels. She played club with Metro American, under coach Silvia Johnson. Her club posted a 17-1 record during the 2009-10 season, during which Higginbothem was the captain and starting libero. The team qualified for nationals, winning Regionals. The Middletown, Md., native also competed in swimming during high school, making the state meet in 2010. She is an AP scholar with honor and a member of National Honor Society, and was a semifinalist for Maryland Distinguished Scholar.

Kirsten Struksnes Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S 2012 120 34 21 0.17 10 58 .190 935 7.79 13 0.11 10 183 1.52 2 2011 78 26 5 0.06 1 30 .133 319 4.09 9 0.12 12 114 1.46 3 Career 198 60 26 0.13 11 88 .170 1254 6.33 22 0.11 22 297 1.50 5

BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 0 16 16 0.13 1 26 0 4 4 0.05 2 10 0 20 20 0.10 3 36

Ashley Higginbothem Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S 2012 120 34 7 0.06 0 17 412 22 0.18 19 0.16 11 427 3.56 41 2011 106 30 2 0.02 3 30 -0.33 44 0.42 19 0.18 23 423 3.99 45 Career 226 64 9 0.04 3 47 .128 66 0.29 38 0.17 34 850 3.76 86

BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 0 0 0 0.00 0 2

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Siraya Windsor

Katrina

Outside Hitter 5-9 * Sophomore Lexington, S.C. White Knoll HS

Outside Hitter 5-8 * Sophomore Stafford, Va. North Stafford HS

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2012 (Fr.): Played in 31 matches and 95 sets, earning 22 starts as a true freshman at Charleston Southern...Finished fifth on the team with 153 kills, averaging 1.61 kills per set...Hit .127 from the floor with 84 errors in 543 total attacks...Finished the season with 13 set assists...Tied for second on the team with 20 service aces, averaging 0.21 aces per set...Fifth on the team with 170 digs on the season, averaging 1.79 digs per set...Recorded 16 total blocks (two solo, 14 assists)...Four matches with at least 10 kills, including a season-high 12 on Sept. 22 vs. Winthrop... Eight matches with at least 10 digs, including a season-high 13 on Sept. 18 vs. CofC...Finished the season with three doubledoubles. High School: Windsor comes to Charleston Southern by way of Lexington, S.C. where she played at White Knoll High School under Coaches Cindy Espisito and Erica Gambrell...Was an AllRegion and All-State player at White Knoll...Was selected the 4A Player of the Year...Received the MVP award for White Knoll volleyball...Finished her senior season with 262 kills, hitting 32.8% from the field...Added 41 service aces and 128 digs... Recorded 32 combined blocks...Also participated in track and field...Holds the high jump, long jump and triple jump records at White Knoll.

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2012 (Fr.): Played in 33 matches and 90 sets as a true freshman at CSU, earning 10 starts as an outside hitter for the Bucs... Finished 130 kills, averaging 1.44 kills per set...Had a hitting percentage of .110 with 84 errors in 418 attempts...Finished the season with four set assists and four service aces...Recorded 60 digs, averaging 0.67 digs per set...Had 32 total blocks (two solo, 30 block assists) in averaging 0.36 blocks per set...Season-high 11 kills on Aug. 31 vs. USC Upstate...Season high 10 digs on Oct. 12 vs. Liberty. High School: Houston comes to Charleston Southern by way of Stafford, Va. and North Stafford High School, where she played under Coach Dan Jones...Earned All-Area Player of the Year honors...Earned All-District Player of the Year honors... Was selected for the High Performance Girls Youth Continental Team...Earned First Team All-District and All-Regional honors... Earned All-Metro Area and All-State Honorable Mention...Also played basketball at North Stafford, lettering four years on the varsity team. Personal: She is the daughter of Randolph and Leola Houston.

Personal: She is the daughter of Lisa Sarvis and Scott Windsor.

Siraya Windsor Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 2012 95 31 153 1.61 84 543 .127 13 0.14 20 0.21 47 170 1.79 26 2 14 16 0.17 5 0 Career 95 31 153 1.61 84 543 .127 13 0.14 20 0.21 47 170 1.79 26 2 14 16 0.17 5 0 Katrina Houston Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 2012 90 33 130 1.44 84 418 .110 4 0.04 4 0.04 15 60 0.67 3 2 30 32 0.36 17 2 Career 90 33 130 1.44 84 418 .110 4 0.04 4 0.04 15 60 0.67 3 2 30 32 0.36 17 2

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Cassidy Greer

Meredith Parrott

Setter 5-10 * Sophomore Semmes, Ala. Montgomery HS

Middle Blocker 6-0 * Sophomore Mobile, Ala. Cottage Hill Christian

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2012 (Fr.): Saw action in 30 matches and 70 sets as a true freshman at CSU, seeing playing time at setter...Second on the team with 209 set assists, averaging 2.99 assists per set... FInished the season with three kills and seven service aces...Had 65 digs on the season, averaging 0.93 digs per set...Recorded two block assists...Nine matches with at least 10 digs, including a season-high 25 assists on Aug. 31 vs. USC Update...Seasonhigh nine digs on Oct. 27 at Winthrop. High School: Greer comes to Charleston Southern by way of Mobile, Ala. where she played at Mary G. Montgomery High School under Coach Leslie Gates. Personal: She is the daughter of Melissa and Jeff Greer.

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2012 (Fr.): 2012 Big South All-Freshman Team...CRONS Brand Freshman of the Week on Oct. 8...Played in all 34 matches and 120 sets on the season, earning 29 starts as a true freshman at the middle blocker position...Fourth on the team with 221 kills on the season, averaging 1.84 kills per set...Hitting percentage of .259 with 77 errors in 557 attempts...Had 19 set assists and 12 service aces...Second on the team with 71 total blocks (seven solo, 64 block aassists), averaging 0.59 blocks per set...Had 72 digs, averaging 0.60 digs per set...In Big South play, Parrott was fifth in the conference in hitting percentage, hitting .305 to lead all freshman on the season...Seven matches with at least 10 kills, including a season-high 14 on Oct. 5 vs. Coastal Carolina... Season-high eight blocks on Oct. 5 vs. Coastal Carolina...Seven blocks against USC Upstate on Aug. 31...Season-high nine digs on Oct. 20 at Gardner-Webb. High School: Parrott comes to Charleston Southern by way of Mobile, Ala. where she played at Cottage Hill Christian Academy under Coach Jenifer Newton...Currently holds the most kills in a match with 26 at Cottage Hill...Was a member of the CHCA 2011 State Championship team...Earned State MVP honors...Was selected as the Team MVP three times...Named to the All-Star team...Was selected to the Newspaper Super 72 team...Also played basketball and tennis at Cottage Hill. Personal: She is the daughter of Chip and Deborah Parrott.

Cassidy Greer Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 2012 70 30 3 0.04 2 11 .091 209 2.99 7 0.10 9 65 0.93 0 0 2 2 0.03 3 16 Career 70 30 3 0.04 2 11 .091 209 2.99 7 0.10 9 65 0.93 0 0 2 2 0.03 3 16 Meredith Parrott Career Stats Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct. Asst A/S SA SA/S SE RE Digs D/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 2012 120 34 221 1.84 77 557 .259 19 0.16 12 0.10 18 72 0.60 0 7 64 71 0.59 6 3 Career 120 34 221 1.84 77 557 .259 19 0.16 12 0.10 18 72 0.60 0 7 64 71 0.59 6 3

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Personal: Her sister, Erica Allman, plays volleyball at Columbia College, and she is the daughter of Sherrie and Darrell Allman.

Kellyn Litten Defensive Specialist 5-5 * Freshman Huron, Ohio Huron HS

Nikia Clark

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High School: Litten comes to Charleston, S.C. and Charleston Southern by way of Huron, Ohio, and Huron High School where she lined up as a defensive specialist under Coach Don Wood. She also lined up for the Northshore Volleyball Club under Coach Korrie Caple. During her senior season at Huron, Litten had a 91.5 percent serving percentage with 23 aces, and she added 200 set assists and 129 digs to her totals in her final year with the Tigers. She also lined up on the Tigers’ basketball and softball teams during her time at Huron. Personal: She is the daughter of Robin and Mark Litten, and plans to major in Nursing.

Middle Blocker 6-1 * Freshman Newport News, Va. Peninsula Catholic

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High School: Clark came to Charleston Southern by way of Newport News, Va. and Peninsula Catholic where she played under Coach Tommy Thomas, lining up at middle blocker and rightside hitter. She also played for the Hampton Roads Jr. 18 National club team under Coach Karissa Cumberbatch. On the volleyball court, she was a two-time All-State selection and four-time All-Conference selection, earning Best Attacker at the 2012 Monument Classic. She was also a JVA Athleader in 2012 and earned MVP honors for Peninsula Catholic High School. Among her other awards include being a seven-time MaxPreps Athlete of the Week and she was named the MVP at the State Tournament. Personal: She is the daughter of James and Diana Clark.

Taylor Allman Outside Hitter 5-9 * Freshman Little River, S.C. North Myrtle Beach HS

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High School: Allman comes to Charleston Southern by way of Little River, S.C. and North Myrtle Beach High School where she played under Coach Estelle Barentine. She was also a member of the Grand Strand Juniors club team, where she played under Coaches Alex Sing and Richard Knott. While at North Myrtle Beach, Allman was a member of the 2011 and 2012 All-State Championship teams and was a four-time All-Region selection. She was also named the 2012 Toast of the Coach Player of the Year, as well as being named the 3A All-State Player of the Year. In addition to volleyball, Allman excelled on the basketball court and was a four-time All-State selection, as well as a four-time All-Region selection. She was also a two-time Toast of the Coast selection in 2011 and 2012.

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2013 Overall record: 13-21 Conf: 5-9 Home: 8-9 Away: 3-8 Neutral: 2-4

2013 Charleston Southern Season Statistics

ATTACK SET SERVE ## Name SP MP-MS K K/Set E TA Pct A A/Set SA SA/Set SE 12 MURPHY, Maggie 50 28-1 2 0.04 0 3 .667 3 0.06 2 0.04 2 9 HIGGINBOTHEM, Ashley 120 34-0 7 0.06 0 17 .412 22 0.18 19 0.16 11 15 LUNA, Michaela 56 30-1 2 0.04 0 5 .400 3 0.05 4 0.07 5 8 HURT, Catie 5 4-0 2 0.40 0 6 .333 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 11 DAVIS, Wynter 121 34-33 219 1.81 80 500 .278 10 0.08 3 0.02 5 20 PARROTT, Meredith 120 34-29 221 1.84 77 557 .259 19 0.16 12 0.10 18 24 LAVENICE, Erin 93 32-17 106 1.14 46 309 .194 5 0.05 0 0.00 0 1 STRUKSNES, Kirsten 120 34-34 21 0.17 10 58 .190 935 7.79 13 0.11 10 6 TRACY, Sydney 115 33-31 250 2.17 103 801 .184 10 0.09 43 0.37 54 3 KLINGER, Kayla 94 27-26 235 2.50 110 752 .166 20 0.21 20 0.21 34 4 WINDSOR, Siraya 95 31-22 153 1.61 84 543 .127 13 0.14 20 0.21 47 10 SWINDLER, Laura 69 32-0 2 0.03 1 8 .125 43 0.62 3 0.04 6 13 HOUSTON, Katrina 90 33-10 130 1.44 84 418 .110 4 0.04 4 0.04 15 14 GREER, Cassidy 70 30-0 3 0.04 2 11 .091 209 2.99 7 0.10 9 32 JOHNSTON, Ashley 36 23-0 17 0.47 14 74 .041 1 0.03 2 0.06 3 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 122 34-34 1370 11.23 611 4062 .187 1297 10.63 152 1.25 219 Opponents 122 34-34 1582 12.97 643 4113 .228 1476 12.10 158 1.30 258 DIG BLOCKING ## Name S RE DIG Dig/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE 12 MURPHY, Maggie 50 7 39 0.78 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 9 HIGGINBOTHEM, Ashley 120 41 427 3.56 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 15 LUNA, Michaela 56 11 54 0.96 0 1 1 0.02 0 1 8 HURT, Catie 5 0 2 0.40 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 11 DAVIS, Wynter 121 1 38 0.31 21 100 121 1.00 23 7 20 PARROTT, Meredith 120 0 72 0.60 7 64 71 0.59 6 3 24 LAVENICE, Erin 93 0 22 0.24 10 59 69 0.74 10 2 1 STRUKSNES, Kirsten 120 2 183 1.52 0 16 16 0.13 1 26 6 TRACY, Sydney 115 22 199 1.73 7 42 49 0.43 3 2 3 KLINGER, Kayla 94 20 228 2.43 0 25 25 0.27 2 3 4 WINDSOR, Siraya 95 26 170 1.79 2 14 16 0.17 5 0 10 SWINDLER, Laura 69 5 67 0.97 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 13 HOUSTON, Katrina 90 3 60 0.67 2 30 32 0.36 17 2 14 GREER, Cassidy 70 0 65 0.93 0 2 2 0.03 3 16 32 JOHNSTON, Ashley 36 5 21 0.58 0 3 3 0.08 0 1 TEAM 15 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 122 158 1647 13.50 49 356 227.0 1.86 70 67 Opponents 122 152 1791 14.68 43 368 227.0 1.86 67 38 MATCH WINS BY #SETS 1 2 3 4 5 Total Charleston Southern 0 0 8 1 4 13 Opponents 0 0 12 7 2 21

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SETS WON BY SET Charleston Southern Opponents

1 13 21

2 14 20

3 17 17

4 2 12

5 4 2

Total 50 72

POINTS BY SET Charleston Southern Opponents

1 710 769

2 701 773

3 738 737

4 270 339

5 77 64

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2013 Charleston Southern Game-By-Game Statistics

ATTACK SET SERVE PASS DEF BLOCK GEN Date Opponent SP K E TA Pct A SA SE RE DIG BS BA BE Total BHE Aug 24 vs Southern Methodist 3 24 13 83 .133 23 2 7 9 17 2 10 0 7.0 2 Aug 25 at Georgia Tech 3 17 15 74 .027 14 5 5 11 26 0 0 0 0.0 2 Aug 25 vs Cal State Fullerton 3 31 15 94 .170 29 4 2 8 31 2 8 2 6.0 2 Aug 31 CANISIUS 5 52 23 146 .199 49 4 16 3 65 2 18 3 11.0 3 Aug 31 USC UPSTATE 5 44 21 136 .169 42 6 11 4 61 1 36 4 19.0 5 Sep 1 MERCER 3 31 19 118 .102 31 4 9 6 47 1 10 6 6.0 2 Sep 1 FURMAN 3 23 14 84 .107 23 3 2 5 31 0 10 5 5.0 3 Sep 4 at Savannah State 3 38 10 84 .333 33 5 7 4 37 0 6 1 3.0 0 Sep 7 vs Morgan State 3 38 17 89 .236 36 7 4 5 27 1 2 0 2.0 1 Sep 8 at Loyola Maryland 4 43 18 147 .170 41 5 4 5 67 2 8 1 6.0 3 Sep 8 vs Rider 4 49 29 152 .132 46 2 7 6 66 1 10 0 6.0 2 Sep 14 WOFFORD 4 33 26 112 .062 30 4 9 6 36 0 8 4 4.0 0 Sep 15 STETSON 3 36 17 100 .190 32 6 4 4 42 2 14 2 9.0 1 Sep 15 THE CITADEL 3 29 19 106 .094 29 4 6 6 40 0 8 1 4.0 2 Sep 18 COLL. OF CHARLESTON 4 51 11 146 .274 50 6 8 0 53 1 14 0 8.0 2 Sep 21 PRESBYTERIAN 3 30 19 109 .101 27 4 7 4 41 0 8 1 4.0 0 Sep 22 WINTHROP 5 61 20 145 .283 61 7 10 3 65 2 8 1 6.0 3 Sep 28 at Campbell 3 43 16 120 .225 41 6 7 5 50 1 6 0 4.0 6 Sep 29 at High Point 3 33 18 126 .119 32 1 3 4 50 0 10 2 5.0 2 Oct 5 COASTAL CAROLINA 5 65 25 170 .235 60 5 13 4 69 3 20 2 13.0 4 Oct 9 vs Savannah State 3 36 8 77 .364 33 5 3 5 30 1 12 4 7.0 0 Oct 9 at The Citadel 5 61 24 167 .222 59 3 6 3 67 4 8 5 8.0 2 Oct 12 LIBERTY 5 64 30 188 .181 62 4 6 2 85 1 12 2 7.0 4 Oct 13 RADFORD 3 36 20 122 .131 35 4 2 4 54 1 10 0 6.0 4 Oct 19 at UNC Asheville 4 48 20 154 .182 43 6 10 4 57 4 14 3 11.0 2 Oct 20 at Gardner-Webb 3 45 14 113 .274 42 6 8 4 57 4 4 5 6.0 0 Oct 23 S.C. STATE 4 52 18 136 .250 51 10 5 3 53 1 10 1 6.0 2 Oct 26 at Presbyterian 4 40 19 130 .162 40 3 8 8 58 3 16 1 11.0 0 Oct 27 at Winthrop 3 27 17 102 .098 26 4 4 5 35 0 14 3 7.0 4 Oct 30 SAVANNAH STATE 3 36 7 71 .408 33 8 5 1 32 0 6 2 3.0 0 Nov 2 at Coastal Carolina 3 29 15 111 .126 27 4 2 2 45 1 12 5 7.0 0 Nov 9 HIGH POINT 4 41 24 137 .124 38 0 7 8 54 1 10 0 6.0 2 Nov 10 CAMPBELL 3 47 12 104 .337 45 4 7 3 52 2 14 1 9.0 1 Nov 15 vs Liberty 3 37 18 109 .174 34 1 5 4 47 5 0 3 5.0 1 Charleston Southern 122 1370 611 4062 .187 1297 152 219 158 1647 49 356 70 227.0 67 Opponent 122 1582 643 4113 .228 1476 158 258 152 1791 43 368 67 227.0 38 TEAM PER-GAME: Sets played: 122 Kills per set: 11.23 Assists per set: 10.63 Service aces per set: 1.25 Reception errors per set: 1.30 Digs per set: 13.50 Blocks per set: 1.86 Ball handling errors per set: 0.55 Reception errors per set: 1.30

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ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) KILLS (K-E-TA) KILLS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) KILLS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) KILLS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) ASSISTS ASSISTS 3-SETS ASSISTS 4-SETS ASSISTS 5-SETS DIGS DIGS 3-SETS DIGS 4-SETS DIGS 5-SETS ACES BLOCKS

.408 (36- 7- 71) 65 (65-25-170) 5s 47 (47-12-104) 52 (52-18-136) 65 (65-25-170) 188 (64-30-188) 5s 126 (33-18-126) 154 (48-20-154) 188 (64-30-188) 62 (5s) 45 51 62 85 (5s) 57 67 85 10 19.0

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Date Aug 24 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug 31 Aug 31 Sep 1 Sep 1 Sep 4 Sep 7 Sep 8 Sep 8 Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep 15 Sep 18 *Sep 21 *Sep 22 *Sep 28 *Sep 29 *Oct 5 Oct 9 Oct 9 *Oct 12 *Oct 13 *Oct 19 *Oct 20 Oct 23 *Oct 26 *Oct 27 Oct 30 *Nov 2 *Nov 9 *Nov 10 Nov 15

2013 Charleston Southern M atch Results Score Match results Overall Conf

Opponent vs Southern Methodist at Georgia Tech vs Cal State Fullerton CANISIUS W USC UPSTATE W MERCER FURMAN at Savannah State W vs Morgan State W at Loyola Maryland vs Rider WOFFORD STETSON W THE CITADEL COLL. OF CHARLESTON PRESBYTERIAN WINTHROP W at Campbell W at High Point COASTAL CAROLINA W vs Savannah State W at The Citadel LIBERTY RADFORD at UNC Asheville at Gardner-Webb W S.C. STATE W at Presbyterian at Winthrop SAVANNAH STATE W at Coastal Carolina HIGH POINT CAMPBELL W vs Liberty

TEAM RECORD W-L Overall 13-21 Conference 5-9 Home 8-9 Away 3-8 Neutral 2-4 3 sets 8-12 4 sets 1-7 5 sets 4-2 ATTEND Dates Total Average Total 34 7820 230 Home 17 4319 254 Away 11 3179 289 Neutral 6 322 54

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

17-25,15-25,15-25 15-25,13-25,15-25 17-25,19-25,22-25 22-25,25-22,25-16,21-25,15-7 25-23,12-25,25-17,25-27,15-4 19-25,29-31,19-25 16-25,15-25,13-25 25-17,25-13,25-18 26-24,25-16,25-20 17-25,22-25,25-20,14-25 25-18,21-25,15-25,19-25 14-25,25-22,16-25,16-25 25-21,25-23,25-22 19-25,12-25,20-25 20-25,23-25,25-16,19-25 17-25,19-25,23-25 25-14,25-23,15-25,18-25,15-11 25-23,25-21,26-24 16-25,18-25,22-25 24-26,25-17,25-23,21-25,15-12 25-17,25-17,25-9 25-16,20-25,16-25,25-19,12-15 22-25,25-21,25-23,17-25,5-15 23-25,23-25,19-25 20-25,14-25,25-13,19-25 28-26,25-19,25-19 25-21,25-20,22-25,25-18 12-25,21-25,25-20,15-25 13-25,12-25,19-25 25-3,25-12,25-14 17-25,20-25,18-25 21-25,10-25,25-22,16-25 25-20,25-21,25-16 20-25,13-25,23-25

0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-11 7-11 7-12 8-12 9-12 9-13 9-14 9-15 9-16 10-16 11-16 11-17 11-18 12-18 12-19 12-20 13-20 13-21

Time Attend 0-0 1:12 0-0 0-0 1:20 0-0 2:12 117 0-0 1:59 313 0-0 1:29 388 0-0 1:07 178 0-0 1:17 56 0-0 1:15 63 0-0 1:52 162 0-0 74 0-0 1:35 488 0-0 1:18 450 0-0 1:01 318 0-0 1:59 244 0-1 1:21 209 1-1 1:58 103 2-1 1:33 351 2-2 1:26 1190 3-2 2:17 237 3-2 1:05 72 3-2 2:02 72 3-3 2:10 141 3-4 1:25 107 3-5 1:50 462 4-5 1:30 157 4-5 1:37 193 4-6 1:42 253 4-7 1:15 129 4-7 1:10 241 4-8 1:23 347 4-9 1:50 232 5-9 1:25 360 5-9 1:25 113

Individual Match Highs ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA)

.500 (12- 1-22) .444 (17- 1-36) .435 (12- 2-23)

PARROTT, Meredith at Presbyterian (Oct 26, 2012) TRACY, Sydney vs Winthrop (Sep 22, 2012) DAVIS, Wynter at The Citadel (10/09/2012)

KILLS (K-E-TA)

20 (20- 4-46) 5s 18 (18- 3-36) 5s 17 (17- 1-36) 5s

TRACY, Sydney vs Liberty (Oct 12, 2012) TRACY, Sydney vs Canisius (Aug 31, 2012) TRACY, Sydney vs Winthrop (Sep 22, 2012)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA)

61 (15-10-61) 5s 46 (20- 4-46) 5s 42 (11- 7-42) 4s

KLINGER, Kayla vs Liberty (Oct 12, 2012) TRACY, Sydney vs Liberty (Oct 12, 2012) KLINGER, Kayla vs S.C. State (Oct 23, 2012)

ASSISTS

56 (5s) 55 (5s) 53 (5s)

STRUKSNES, Kirsten vs Liberty (Oct 12, 2012) STRUKSNES, Kirsten at The Citadel (10/09/2012) STRUKSNES, Kirsten vs Winthrop (Sep 22, 2012)

DIGS

24 (5s) 23 (5s) 22 (5s)

HIGGINBOTHEM, Ashley vs Coastal Carolina (Oct 05, 2012) HIGGINBOTHEM, Ashley vs Liberty (Oct 12, 2012) TRACY, Sydney vs Canisius (Aug 31, 2012)

ACES

5

BLOCKS (BS-BA)

13 ( 0-13) 11 ( 0-11)

TRACY, Sydney vs Winthrop (Sep 22, 2012) LAVENICE, Erin vs USC Upstate (Aug 31, 2012) DAVIS, Wynter vs USC Upstate (Aug 31, 2012)

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Kills 1. 44 MONSON, Jennifer............................... Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 2. 33 MONSON, Jennifer.............................. at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 3. 31 HILL,Amanda........................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 4. 29 HILL,Amanda.......................................UNC Wilmington, Sep 07, 2010 5. 28 MONSON, Jennifer.................................... at High Point, Sep 29, 2001 6. 27 HILL,Amanda....................................... at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 27 MONSON, Jennifer..................................UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 8. 26 HILL,Amanda............................................... The Citadel, Aug 31, 2010 26 HILL,Amanda.................................................. vs Liberty, Nov 20, 2009 26 HILL,Amanda......................................... vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 26 SHEPHERD, Jenni............................................. at Liberty, Oct 09, 2006

Digs 1. 32 MONSON, Jennifer..................................UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 2. 31 KADATZ, Ashlee.................................................. Radford, Oct 20, 2007 3. 29 RODL,Tricia................................................... The Citadel, Aug 31, 2010 4. 28 LIBERTOWSKI,Emily...........................vs Delaware State, Aug 28, 2010 28 MONSON, Jennifer.......................at Coll. of Charleston, Nov 14, 2000 6. 27 HICKS, Jamaica..................................at Coastal Carolina, Sep 30, 2003 27 O’RIORDAN, Katie.................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 27 RODL,Tricia.................................................. vs Campbell, Aug 29, 2009 27 RODL,Tricia......................................... vs South Alabama, Sep 18, 2010 27 RODL,Tricia......................................................... Radford, Sep 24, 2010 27 SASAN, Sam........................................at Gardner-Webb, Sep 05, 2008

Attack attempts 1. 83 MONSON, Jennifer.............................. at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 2. 76 MONSON, Jennifer............................... Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 3. 72 HILL,Amanda......................................... vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 4. 69 HILL, Amanda.......................................... Gardner-Webb, Oct 10, 2008 5. 68 MONSON, Jennifer..................................UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 6. 67 HILL,Amanda............................................... The Citadel, Aug 31, 2010 67 OWENS, Victoria.................................................. Liberty, Oct 07, 2005 8. 66 HILL, Amanda..........................................at Presbyterian, Oct 27, 2007 9. 65 OWENS, Victoria...................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 10. 63 HILL,Amanda....................................... at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 63 HILL,Amanda........................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 63 OWENS, Victoria................................................ Radford, Oct 08, 2005

Solo blocks 1. 6 BATES, Hollie............................................................ Elon, Oct 20, 2000 2. 5 BATES, Hollie....................................................... Liberty, Nov 01, 2002 5 BATES, Hollie.................................................. High Point, Oct 18, 2002 5 ERDOGAN, Canan.................................. at Presbyterian, Sep 12, 2006 5. 4 BATES, Hollie......................................... Coastal Carolina, Oct 22, 2002 4 BATES, Hollie................................................... at Citadel, Sep 07, 2002 4 BATES, Hollie........................................UNC Wilmington, Sep 20, 2001 4 HOLEMAN, Cori......................................at Presbyterian, Oct 27, 2007 4 JOHNSON, Melanie.................................................. Elon, Oct 27, 2001 4 MONSON, Jennifer............................................. Liberty, Nov 09, 2001 4 SHEPHERD, Jenni..................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004 4 SHEPHERD, Jenni........................................... High Point, Sep 27, 2003

Attack percentage (20 attempts) 1. .760 SHEPHERD, Jenni............................................ S.C. State, Nov 03, 2004 2. .700 HILL, Amanda.................................Savannah State Univ., Oct 07, 2008 3. .682 O’RIORDAN, Katie................................................... FMU, Sep 26, 2005 4. .619 BATES, Hollie................................................... at Citadel, Sep 07, 2002 .619 O’RIORDAN, Katie.............................vs Grambling State, Sep 17, 2004 6. .577 MONSON, Jennifer..............................................at Elon, Sep 28, 2001 7. .571 TRINDER, Amberle............................. Georgia Southern, Sep 11, 2007 8. .556 O’RIORDAN, Katie.....................................at The Citadel, Oct 04, 2005 9. .550 MONSON, Jennifer..............................................Citadel, Oct 17, 2000 10. .548 MONSON, Jennifer.................................. at The Citadel, Nov 13, 2001

Assist blocks 1. 13 LAVENICE, Erin........................................... USC Upstate, Aug 31, 2012 2. 11 BATES, Hollie........................................................ Liberty, Oct 14, 2000 11 DAVIS, Wynter........................................... USC Upstate, Aug 31, 2012 4. 10 ERDOGAN, Canan.............................................. Radford, Oct 20, 2007 10 MILLER, Becky...................................................... Liberty, Oct 14, 2000 6. 9 ERDOGAN, Canan.....................................at The Citadel, Oct 04, 2005 9 TRINDER,Amberle...................................... Presbyterian, Sep 26, 2009 8. 8 BATES, Hollie................................................... at Citadel, Sep 07, 2002 8 ERDOGAN, Canan............................ at Coastal Carolina, Nov 12, 2004 8 ERDOGAN, Canan................................................ Liberty, Oct 07, 2005 8 HOLEMAN,Cori...................................... vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 8 OWENS, Victoria...................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 8 SKOKAN,Crissy.............................................. at Radford, Nov 06, 2009 8 TRACY, Sydney..........................................at The Citadel, Sep 13, 2011

Assists 1. 71 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle..................... at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 2. 64 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle...................... Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 64 SASAN,Sam.......................................... at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 4. 63 O’RIORDAN, Katie......................... East Tennessee State, Sep 20, 2003 5. 61 O’RIORDAN, Katie.................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 6. 60 O’RIORDAN, Katie.................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004 7. 58 NOKES,Amy.............................................. UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 58 SASAN, Sam....................................... Georgia Southern, Sep 11, 2007 9. 57 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle......................................... Elon, Oct 27, 2001 57 O’RIORDAN, Katie.................................. South Alabama, Sep 10, 2005 Service aces 1. 6 KLINGER, Kayla.................................................Campbell, Oct 01, 2011 6 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle................... vs Savannah State, Sep 24, 2000 6 MONSON, Jennifer................................ Savannah State, Oct 20, 2001 6 O’RIORDAN, Katie.............................. at Savannah State, Oct 19, 2004 6 RODL,Tricia............................................. Savannah State, Sep 01, 2009 6 SHEPHERD, Jenni.................................. at North Florida, Sep 02, 2005 7. 5 BEAM, Allyn....................................................... Radford, Oct 04, 2003 5 HILL,Amanda...................................... at Gardner-Webb, Oct 03, 2009 5 KADATZ, Ashlee........................................ at The Citadel, Aug 28, 2007 5 KADATZ, Ashlee...................................... Savannah State, Oct 16, 2007 5 KADATZ, Ashlee.................................. at Savannah State, Sep 16, 2008 5 KADATZ, Ashlee.................................................. Radford, Sep 27, 2008 5 LIBERTOWSKI, Emily....................................... at Mercer, Sep 08, 2007 5 MILLER, Becky............................................... The Citadel, Oct 17, 2000 5 OWENS, Victoria............................................... Radford, Nov 02, 2002 5 OWENS, Victoria........................................... The Citadel, Oct 05, 2004 5 OWENS, Victoria...................................................... Elon, Oct 19, 2002 5 POPOVICH, Renae............................... at Gardner-Webb, Oct 18, 2005 5 SASAN, Sam........................................... at Presbyterian, Sep 12, 2006 5 SASAN,Sam........................................ Georgia Southern, Sep 16, 2009 5 SHEPHERD, Jenni................................... at Presbyterian, Sep 12, 2006 5 SHEPHERD, Jenni................................................at Navy, Aug 30, 2003 5 TRACY, Sydney................................................ Winthrop, Sep 22, 2012 5 WILSON, Tricia...................................... Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001

Total blocks 1. 13 LAVENICE, Erin........................................... USC Upstate, Aug 31, 2012 2. 12 BATES, Hollie........................................................ Liberty, Oct 14, 2000 12 BATES, Hollie................................................... at Citadel, Sep 07, 2002 12 ERDOGAN, Canan.....................................at The Citadel, Oct 04, 2005 5. 11 DAVIS, Wynter........................................... USC Upstate, Aug 31, 2012 11 MILLER, Becky...................................................... Liberty, Oct 14, 2000 7. 10 ERDOGAN, Canan.............................................. Radford, Oct 20, 2007 10 SHEPHERD, Jenni..................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004 9. 9 BATES, Hollie............................................................ Elon, Oct 20, 2000 9 DILLER, Nichole.............................................. High Point, Sep 29, 2006 9 JOHNSON, Melanie.................................................. Elon, Oct 27, 2001 9 TRINDER,Amberle...................................... Presbyterian, Sep 26, 2009 Points 1. 44.5 MONSON, Jennifer............................... Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 2. 36.5 MONSON, Jennifer.............................. at UNC-Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 3. 35.0 HILL,Amanda........................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 4. 34.0 HILL,Amanda....................................................... UNCW, Sep 07, 2010 5. 31.0 HILL,Amanda......................................... vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 6. 30.0 SHEPHERD, Jenni..................................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004 7. 29.5 BEAM, Allyn...............................................at High Point, Nov 14, 2003 29.5 HILL,Amanda....................................... at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 9. 29.0 HILL, Amanda......................................................vs Navy, Sep 06, 2008 10. 28.5 MONSON, Jennifer..................................UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 28.5 MONSON, Jennifer........................................ at High Point, Sep 29, 01 28.5 SHEPHERD, Jenni............................................. at Liberty, Oct 08, 2006

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CSU 3-Set M atch Records (Modern Era with R ally Scoring) Kills (3 sets) 1. 24 SHEPHERD, Jenni...................... Newberry, Sep 09, 2006 2. 22 SHEPHERD, Jenni............................Liberty, Oct 21, 2006 3. 21 HILL,Amanda....................Savannah State, Oct 12, 2010 21 MONSON, Jennifer............. UNC Asheville, Oct 30, 2001 5. 20 HILL,Amanda................ at Gardner-Webb, Oct 16, 2010 20 HILL,Amanda............................... Radford, Sep 24, 2010 20 MONSON, Jennifer....................Winthrop, Sep 25, 2001 20 SHEPHERD, Jenni.......................S.C. State, Nov 03, 2004 9. 19 HILL,Amanda..................... UNC Asheville, Nov 18, 2010 19 MONSON, Jennifer............ at The Citadel, Nov 13, 2001 Attempts (3 sets) 1. 51 HILL,Amanda..................... UNC Asheville, Nov 18, 2010 2. 48 SHEPHERD, Jenni...................... Newberry, Sep 09, 2006 3. 46 HILL,Amanda............................... Radford, Sep 24, 2010 46 MONSON, Jennifer......Coll. of Charleston, Sep 26, 2000 5. 45 MONSON, Jennifer....................Winthrop, Sep 25, 2001 6. 44 HILL, Amanda................................ Liberty, Sep 26, 2008 44 HILL,Amanda......................... at Winthrop, Oct 19, 2010 44 HILL,Amanda............at Georgia Southern, Sep 18, 2010 9. 42 MONSON, Jennifer......Coll. of Charleston, Sep 04, 2001 10. 41 MILLER, Becky...............vs Alabama A&M, Sep 24, 2000 41 OWENS, Victoria.......................at Radford, Oct 22, 2005 Aces (3 sets) 1. 6 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.Savannah State, Sep 24, 2000 6 MONSON, Jennifer...........Savannah State, Oct 20, 2001 6 O’RIORDAN, Katie.........at Savannah State, Oct 19, 2004 6 RODL,Tricia.......................Savannah State, Sep 01, 2009 5. 5 KADATZ, Ashlee................Savannah State, Oct 16, 2007 5 KADATZ, Ashlee............at Savannah State, Sep 16, 2008 5 KADATZ, Ashlee........................ RADFORD, Sep 27, 2008 5 MILLER, Becky............................... Citadel, Oct 17, 2000 5 OWENS, Victoria..........................Radford, Nov 02, 2002 5 POPOVICH, Renae........ at Gardner-Webb, Oct 18, 2005

Blocks (3 sets) 1. 9 BATES, Hollie..................................... Elon, Oct 20, 2000 9 TRINDER,Amberle................Presbyterian, Sep 26, 2009 3. 8 BATES, Hollie............................High Point, Oct 26, 2001 8 DAVIS, Wynter.......................... Campbell, Nov 10, 2012 8 HOLEMAN,Cori.................. UNC Asheville, Nov 18, 2010 8 HOLEMAN,Cori.............................Radford, Oct 10, 2009 8 SKOKAN,Crissy............................. at Radford, 11/6/2009 8. 7 BATES, Hollie..................................... vs UMBC, 9/21/02 7 DAVIS, Wynter.............................. Stetson, Sep 15, 2012 7 HOLEMAN,Cori...............Coastal Carolina, Nov 02, 2010 7 HOLEMAN,Cori................. at Presbyterian, Oct 24, 2009 7 HOLEMAN,Cori............................ Radford, Sep 24, 2010 7 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.........High Point, Oct 26, 2001 7 O’RIORDAN, Katie......... at Gardner-Webb, Oct 18, 2005 7 SHAW, Jenny................at Coastal Carolina, Oct 04, 2000 7 SHAW, Jenny.......................... at S.C. State, Sep 10, 2001 Points (3 sets) 1. 25.5 SHEPHERD, Jenni.................. Newberry, Sep 09, 2006 2. 24.0 SHEPHERD, Jenni........................Liberty, Oct 21, 2006 3. 23.5 HILL,Amanda................Savannah State, Oct 12, 2010 4. 22.5 MONSON, Jennifer........ at The Citadel, Nov 13, 2001 22.5 MONSON, Jennifer.................... at Elon, Sep 28, 2001 6. 22.0 HILL,Amanda............ at Gardner-Webb, Oct 16, 2010 7. 21.5 MONSON, Jennifer................Winthrop, Sep 25, 2001 21.5 SHEPHERD, Jenni...................S.C. State, Nov 03, 2004 9. 21.0 BATES, Hollie...................... at S.C. State, Sep 04, 2002 21.0 HILL,Amanda................. UNC Asheville, Nov 18, 2010 21.0 HILL,Amanda........................... Radford, Sep 24, 2010 21.0 KADATZ, Ashlee.............Savannah State, Oct 16, 2007 21.0 MONSON, Jennifer......... UNC Asheville, Oct 30, 2001

Assists (3 sets) 1. 49 SASAN, Sam........................UNC Asheville, Sep 29, 2007 2. 46 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle. Gardner-Webb, Sep 08, 2001 46 O’RIORDAN, Katie............ Savannah State, Nov 01, 2005 4. 44 SASAN, Sam....................................Liberty, Oct 21, 2006 44 SASAN, Sam..................at Savannah State, Sep 18, 2007 6. 42 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.. at The Citadel, Nov 13, 2001 42 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.. UNC Asheville, Nov 15, 2001 42 O’RIORDAN, Katie.........at Savannah State, Sep 06, 2005 42 STRUKSNES, Kirsten.................. Campbell, Nov 10, 2012 10. 41 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle... UNC Asheville, Oct 30, 2001 Digs (3 sets) 1. 27 RODL,Tricia.................................. Radford, Sep 24, 2010 2. 24 MONSON, Jennifer............Alabama A&M, Sep 24, 2000 3. 23 NOKES, Amy......................... at Campbell, Nov 11, 2011 4. 20 DEANGELO, Rachel..........Coastal Carolina, Oct 22, 2002 20 HILL,Amanda...........East Tennessee State, Sep 17, 2010 20 LIBERTOWSKI,Emily....... vs UNC Asheville, Nov 18, 2010 20 WILSON, Miki.............at Coastal Carolina, Nov 10, 2006 8. 19 MONSON, Jennifer...................High Point, Oct 21, 2000 19 O’RIORDAN, Katie............... UNC Asheville, Oct 31, 2003 19 OWENS, Victoria.................................BCC, Sep 06, 2002

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Kills (4 sets) 1. 33 MONSON, Jennifer.........at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 2. 28 MONSON, Jennifer...............at High Point, Sep 29, 2001 3. 25 BEAM, Allyn......................... at High Point, Nov 14, 2003 25 HILL,Amanda....................... Presbyterian, Nov 13, 2010 5. 23 HILL,Amanda............... vs Delaware State, Aug 28, 2010 23 HILL,Amanda...................Coastal Carolina, Oct 27, 2009 23 OWENS, Victoria............................ Citadel, Oct 05, 2004 23 SHEPHERD, Jenni..........................Radford, Oct 20, 2006 9. 22 HILL, Amanda............ vs UNC Wilmington, Sep 13, 2008 22 HILL,Amanda...................... vs The Citadel, Sep 19, 2009 22 SHEPHERD, Jenni................ UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004

Assists (4 sets) 1. 71 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 2. 60 O’RIORDAN, Katie............... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004 3. 54 NOKES,Amy................. vs Delaware State, Aug 28, 2010 4. 53 O’RIORDAN, Katie.............................ACVB, Oct 11, 2005 53 O’RIORDAN, Katie.................. at S.C. State, Oct 21, 2003 6. 51 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.........at High Point, Sep 29, 01 51 O’RIORDAN, Katie...................... Campbell, Oct 26, 2005 8. 50 SASAN,Sam..............at Coll. of Charleston, Sep 22, 2009 9. 49 O’RIORDAN, Katie..................... at Citadel, Nov 09, 2004 49 SASAN, Sam..................................Radford, Oct 20, 2006 49 SASAN,Sam......................Coastal Carolina, Oct 27, 2009

Attempts (4 sets) 1. 83 MONSON, Jennifer.........at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 2. 67 OWENS, Victoria.............................Liberty, Oct 07, 2005 3. 60 OWENS, Victoria...... at Birmingham Southern, 10-30-04 4. 59 SHEPHERD, Jenni............... UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2006 59 SHEPHERD, Jenni..........................Radford, Oct 20, 2006 59 WILSON, Tricia................at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 7. 58 SHEPHERD, Jenni............ Coastal Carolina, Sep 23, 2006 8. 57 OWENS, Victoria.........at Coastal Carolina, Nov 12, 2004 57 OWENS, Victoria.............. vs East Carolina, Sep 16, 2005 10. 56 HILL,Amanda....................... Presbyterian, Nov 13, 2010 56 HILL,Amanda...................Coastal Carolina, Oct 27, 2009

Digs (4 sets) 1. 28 LIBERTOWSKI,Emily..... vs Delaware State, Aug 28, 2010 2. 26 DEANGELO, Rachel................vs Lipscomb, Sep 07, 2002 26 HILL,Amanda...........at Coll. of Charleston, Sep 22, 2009 4. 25 HILL,Amanda...................at North Florida, Sep 11, 2010 25 KADATZ, Ashlee........................High Point, Oct 13, 2007 25 OWENS, Victoria.............................Liberty, Oct 07, 2005 25 TERZO, Olivia...................... at The Citadel, Oct 04, 2005 8. 24 Ashley Higginbothem....... at Wake Forest, Sep 03, 2011 9. 23 DEANGELO, Rachel............. at The Citadel, Sep 07, 2002 23 KADATZ, Ashlee........ vs Eastern Michigan, Sep 12, 2008 23 TERZO, Olivia......... Birmingham Southern, Oct 09, 2004 23 WORBY, Jillian..................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004

Aces (4 sets) 1. 6 KLINGER, Kayla.......................... Campbell, Oct 01, 2011 6 SHEPHERD, Jenni.............at North Florida, Sep 02, 2005 3. 5 HILL,Amanda...................... at Gardner-Webb, 10-03-09 5 OWENS, Victoria............................ Citadel, Oct 05, 2004 5 OWENS, Victoria................................ Elon, Oct 19, 2002 5 SASAN,Sam...................Georgia Southern, Sep 16, 2009 7. 4 ERDOGAN, Canan.....................at Radford, Oct 02, 2004 4 HILL, Amanda............................ Campbell, Sep 01, 2007 4 HOLEMAN, Cori...............................Citadel, 09/10/2008 4 MILLER, Rebecca..... at Georgia Southern, Aug 31, 2002 4 OWENS, Victoria....................vs Lipscomb, Sep 07, 2002 4 POPOVICH, Renae..................... Campbell, Oct 26, 2005 4 RODL,Tricia.......................... Presbyterian, Nov 13, 2010 4 RODL,Tricia........................Gardner-Webb, Oct 30, 2009 4 SAN MARTIN, Laren....at Coastal Carolina, Nov 12, 2004 4 TRACY, Sydney........................... S.C. State, Oct 23, 2012 4 TRACY, Sydney.............Coll. of Charleston, Sep 18, 2012

Blocks (4 sets) 1. 12 BATES, Hollie............................. at Citadel, Sep 07, 2002 12 ERDOGAN, Canan............... at The Citadel, Oct 04, 2005 3. 10 SHEPHERD, Jenni................ UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004 4. 8 ERDOGAN, Canan.......at Coastal Carolina, Nov 12, 2004 8 ERDOGAN, Canan...........................Liberty, Oct 07, 2005 8 ERDOGAN, Canan............ vs East Carolina, Sep 16, 2005 8 HOLEMAN,Cori................. at Presbyterian, Oct 15, 2010 8 HOLEMAN,Cori................at North Florida, Sep 11, 2010 8 HOLEMAN,Cori.............Georgia Southern, Sep 16, 2009 8 MILLER, Rebecca....................... at Citadel, Sep 07, 2002 8 SHEPHERD, Jenni... Birmingham Southern, Oct 09, 2004 8 TRACY, Sydney.................... at The Citadel, Sep 13, 2011 8 WICKER, Erin..............at Coastal Carolina, Nov 12, 2004 Points (4 sets) 1. 36.5 MONSON, Jennifer.......at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2001 2. 30.0 SHEPHERD, Jenni.............. UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2004 3. 29.5 BEAM, Allyn...................... at High Point, Nov 14, 2003 4. 28.5 MONSON, Jennifer.............at High Point, Sep 29, 2001 5. 28.0 OWENS, Victoria......................... Citadel, Oct 05, 2004 6. 27.5 HILL,Amanda..................... Presbyterian, Nov 13, 2010 27.5 SHEPHERD, Jenni........................Radford, Oct 20, 2006 8. 25.0 HILL,Amanda.................Coastal Carolina, Oct 27, 2009 9. 24.5 HILL,Amanda............. vs Delaware State, Aug 28, 2010 24.5 SHEPHERD, Jenni............ Gardner-Webb, Sep 26, 2006

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Kills (5 sets) 1. 44 MONSON, Jennifer..........Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 2. 31 HILL,Amanda...................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 3. 29 HILL,Amanda................. UNC Wilmington, Sep 07, 2010 4. 27 HILL,Amanda..................at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 27 MONSON, Jennifer............ UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 6. 26 HILL,Amanda..........................The Citadel, Aug 31, 2010 26 HILL,Amanda.............................vs Liberty, Nov 20, 2009 26 HILL,Amanda....................vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 26 SHEPHERD, Jenni....................... at Liberty, Oct 08, 2006 10. 25 HILL, Amanda.................... UNC Asheville, Nov 15, 2008 25 HILL, Amanda....................Gardner-Webb, Oct 10, 2008 25 HILL, Amanda................... at Presbyterian, Oct 27, 2007 25 OWENS, Victoria........................... Stetson, Sep 09, 2005 Attempts (5 sets) 1. 76 MONSON, Jennifer..........Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 2. 72 HILL,Amanda....................vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 3. 69 HILL, Amanda....................Gardner-Webb, Oct 10, 2008 4. 68 MONSON, Jennifer............ UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 5. 67 HILL,Amanda..........................The Citadel, Aug 31, 2010 6. 66 HILL, Amanda................... at Presbyterian, Oct 27, 2007 7. 65 OWENS, Victoria................. UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 8. 63 HILL,Amanda..................at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 63 HILL,Amanda...................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 63 OWENS, Victoria...........................Radford, Oct 08, 2005 Aces (5 sets) 1. 5 BEAM, Allyn..................................Radford, Oct 04, 2003 5 KADATZ, Ashlee..................at The Citadel, Aug 28, 2007 5 LIBERTOWSKI, Emily..................at Mercer, Sep 08, 2007 5 SASAN, Sam............................. at Presbyterian, 9/12/06 5 SHEPHERD, Jenni..................... at Presbyterian, 9/12/06 5 SHEPHERD, Jenni.......................... at Navy, Aug 30, 2003 5 TRACY, Sydney...........................Winthrop, Sep 22, 2012 5 WILSON, Tricia.................Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 9. 4 HOLEMAN, Cori............................Stetson, Aug 31, 2007 4 KADATZ, Ashlee............................ vs Navy, Sep 06, 2008 4 KLINGER,Kayla..................vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 4 KMET, Andrea................................Liberty, Nov 05, 2004 4 O’RIORDAN, Katie..........................Liberty, Nov 05, 2004 4 SASAN, Sam........................... at Campbell, Sep 19, 2006 4 SHEPHERD, Jenni....vs Fairleigh Dickinson, Sep 05, 2003

Digs (5 sets) 1. 32 MONSON, Jennifer............ UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 2. 31 KADATZ, Ashlee............................Radford, Oct 20, 2007 3. 29 RODL,Tricia.............................The Citadel, Aug 31, 2010 4. 28 MONSON, Jennifer.. at Coll. of Charleston, Nov 14,2000 5. 27 HICKS, Jamaica........... at Coastal Carolina, Sep 30, 2003 27 O’RIORDAN, Katie............... UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 27 RODL,Tricia........................... vs Campbell, Aug 29, 2009 27 RODL,Tricia...................vs South Alabama, Sep 18, 2010 27 SASAN, Sam.................. at Gardner-Webb, Sep 05, 2008 10. 26 KADATZ, Ashlee............................ vs Navy, Sep 06, 2008 Blocks (5 sets) 1. 13 LAVENICE, Erin..................... USC Upstate, Aug 31, 2012 2. 12 BATES, Hollie..................................Liberty, Oct 14, 2000 3. 11 DAVIS, Wynter...................... USC Upstate, Aug 31, 2012 11 MILLER, Becky................................Liberty, Oct 14, 2000 5. 10 ERDOGAN, Canan.........................Radford, Oct 20, 2007 6. 9 DILLER, Nichole........................High Point, Sep 29, 2006 9 JOHNSON, Melanie........................... Elon, Oct 27, 2001 8. 8 BATES, Hollie.......................... vs Ole Miss, Sep 13, 2002 8 DILLER, Nichole..................at The Citadel, Aug 28, 2007 8 HOLEMAN,Cori.................vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 8 JOHNSON, Melanie.......................Liberty, Nov 09, 2001 8 OWENS, Victoria................. UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 8 PARROTT, Meredith.........Coastal Carolina, Oct 05, 2012 8 SKOKAN,Crissy.................... UNC Asheville, Oct 31, 2009 8 WICKER, Erin.................................Liberty, Nov 09, 2001

Points (5 sets) 1. 44.5 MONSON, Jennifer........Coastal Carolina, Oct 10, 2001 2. 35.0 HILL,Amanda.................... UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 3. 34.0 HILL,Amanda............... UNC Wilmington, Sep 07, 2010 4. 31.0 HILL,Amanda..................vs Chattanooga, Sep 11, 2010 5. 29.5 HILL,Amanda................at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 6. 29.0 HILL, Amanda............................. vs Navy, Sep 06, 2008 7. 28.5 MONSON, Jennifer.......... UNC Asheville, Nov 03, 2000 28.5 SHEPHERD, Jenni..................... at Liberty, Oct 08, 2006 9. 27.5 BEAM, Allyn.........vs Fairleigh Dickinson, Sep 05, 2003 27.5 HILL,Amanda..............vs South Alabama, Sep 18, 2010

Assists (5 sets) 1. 64 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.... Coastal Caro., Oct 10, 2001 64 SASAN,Sam.....................at UNC Asheville, Oct 02, 2009 3. 63 O’RIORDAN, Katie.........................vs ETSU, Sep 20, 2003 4. 61 O’RIORDAN, Katie............... UNC Asheville, Oct 28, 2005 5. 58 NOKES,Amy........................ UNC Asheville, Oct 08, 2010 58 SASAN, Sam..................Georgia Southern, Sep 11, 2007 7. 57 LEWANDOWSKI,Michelle.................. Elon, Oct 27, 2001 57 O’RIORDAN, Katie.............South Alabama, Sep 10, 2005 9. 56 STRUKSNES, Kirsten........................Liberty, Oct 12, 2012 10. 55 SASAN, Sam........................at The Citadel, Aug 28, 2007 55 SASAN, Sam...................... at Presbyterian, Oct 27, 2007 55 STRUKSNES, Kirsten............ at The Citadel, Oct 09, 2012

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Charleston Southern Individual Season Records

GAMES PLAYED (Minimum 120) 1. 135 Ashley McLaughlin.................................................................. 1990 2. 129 Sam Sasan............................................................................... 2008 129 Jennifer Mons......................................................................... 1990 4. 128 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2008 5. 127 Emily Libertowski.................................................................... 2008 127 Heide Brey.............................................................................. 1991 127 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1991 8. 126 Sam Sasan............................................................................... 2009 126 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1992 126 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1992 126 Kim Duncan............................................................................ 1992 KILLS (Minimum 350) 1. 569 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2010 2. 499 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2008 3. 472 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2009 4. 466 Jennifer Monson..................................................................... 2001 5. 446 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1993 6. 438 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1992 7. 429 Jenni Shepherd....................................................................... 2006 8. 415 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1992 9. 394 Jennifer Monson..................................................................... 2000 10. 390 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1991 ATTACKS (Minimum of 900) 1. 1489 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2010 2. 1296 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2008 3. 1184 Victoria Owens....................................................................... 2005 4. 1164 Jennifer Monson..................................................................... 2000 5. 1162 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2009 6. 1127 Jenni Shepherd....................................................................... 2006 7. 1107 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1992 8. 1087 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1993 9. 1085 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1992 10. 1080 Jennifer Monson..................................................................... 2001

SERVICE ACES (Minimum 35) 1. 58 Jennifer Mons......................................................................... 1990 2. 57 Kim Duncan............................................................................ 1993 3. 54 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1992 4. 53 Jennifer Mons......................................................................... 1989 5. 48 Wendi Loggins........................................................................ 1989 6. 46 Lea Simmons........................................................................... 1990 7. 44 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1993 8. 43 Sydney Tracy........................................................................... 2012 9. 41 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1991 10. 40 Tricia Rodl............................................................................... 2009 40 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2008 40 Sam Sasan............................................................................... 2006

DIGS (Minimum of 300) 1. 522 Carrie O’Connel...................................................................... 1992 2. 460 Carrie O’Connel...................................................................... 1993 3. 453 Tricia Rodl............................................................................... 2010 4. 446 Carrie O’Connel...................................................................... 1991 5. 441 Tricia Rodl............................................................................... 2009 6. 435 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2010 7. 427 Ashley Higginbothem............................................................. 2012 8. 423 Ashley Higginbothem............................................................. 2011 9. 420 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1993 10. 408 Amanda Hill............................................................................ 2009 408 Kandace Kessell...................................................................... 1995 BLOCK SOLOS (Minimum of 50) 1. 179 Angela Cunningham............................................................... 1989 2. 115 Jennifer Mons......................................................................... 1991 3. 99 Heide Brey.............................................................................. 1990 4. 83 Jennifer Mons......................................................................... 1990 83 Heide Brey.............................................................................. 1991 6. 67 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1993 7. 63 Angela Cunningham............................................................... 1990 8. 51 Hollie Bates............................................................................. 2002

HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum of 500 Attacks) 1. 0.541 Ann Thomas............................................................................ 1989 2. 0.486 Angela Cunningham............................................................... 1989 3. 0.412 Angela Cunningham............................................................... 1990 4. 0.322 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1991 5. 0.318 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1994 6. 0.297 Jennifer Monson..................................................................... 2001 7. 0.294 Erin Downer............................................................................ 1998 0.294 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1993 9. 0.278 Wynter Davis.......................................................................... 2012 10. 0.277 Priscilla Lauletolo.................................................................... 1992

BLOCK ASSISTS (Minimum 75) 1. 122 Cori Holeman.......................................................................... 2009 2. 120 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1994 3. 118 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1993 4. 117 Cori Holeman.......................................................................... 2010 5. 108 Carrie Fenwick........................................................................ 1997 6. 100 Wynter Davis.......................................................................... 2012 7. 91 Angela Cunningham............................................................... 1989 8. 88 Canan Erdogan........................................................................ 2005 9. 86 Heide Brey.............................................................................. 1990 10. 84 Katie O’Riordan....................................................................... 2005

ASSISTS (Minimum 800) 1. 1216 Katie O’Riordan....................................................................... 2003 2. 1211 Kim Duncan............................................................................ 1993 3. 1208 Ashely McLaughlin.................................................................. 1990 4. 1207 Sam Sasan............................................................................... 2009 5. 1199 Katie O’Riordan....................................................................... 2005 6. 1097 Kim Duncan............................................................................ 1992 7. 1042 Amy Nokes.............................................................................. 2010 8. 1040 Jodie Pearce............................................................................ 1995 9. 1036 Michelle Lewandowski........................................................... 2001 10. 1032 Sam Sasan............................................................................... 2007

TOTAL BLOCKS (Minimum of 100) 1. 270 Angela Cunningham............................................................... 1989 2. 194 Jennifer Mons......................................................................... 1990 3. 185 Heide Brey.............................................................................. 1990 4. 185 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1993 5. 164 Heide Brey.............................................................................. 1991 6. 157 Jennifer Mons......................................................................... 1989 7. 148 Carrie O’Connell...................................................................... 1994 8. 140 Cori Holeman.......................................................................... 2009 9. 139 Cori Holeman.......................................................................... 2010 10. 138 Carrie Fenwick........................................................................ 1997

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Charleston Southern Career Records

SETS PLAYED (Minimum 325) 1. 488 Amanda Hill.................................................................(2007-2010) 2. 475 Sam Sasan....................................................................(2006-2009) 3. 474 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 4. 446 Victoria Owens............................................................(2002-2005) 5. 433 Allison Arreola.............................................................(1995-1998) 433 Amberle Trinder...........................................................(2007-2010) 7. 430 Kim Duncan.................................................................(1991-1994) 8. 429 Tricia Rodl....................................................................(2007-2010) 9. 428 Cori Holeman...............................................................(2007-2010) 10. 421 Amy Nokes...................................................................(2007-2010)

SERVICE ACES (Minimum of 70) 1. 148 Kim Duncan.................................................................(1991-1994) 2. 136 Amanda Hill.................................................................(2007-2010) 3. 119 Sam Sasan....................................................................(2006-2009) 4. 118 Michelle Lewandowski................................................(1998-2001) 5. 113 Jenni Shepherd............................................................(2003-2006) 6. 111 Jennifer Mons..............................................................(1989-1990) 7. 109 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 8. 106 Victoria Owens............................................................(2002-2005) 9. 99 Kathy Dantzler.............................................................(1991-1994) 10. 98 Priscilla Lauletolo.........................................................(1992-1993)

KILLS (Minimum 700) 1. 1905 Amanda Hill.................................................................(2007-2010) 2. 1469 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 3. 1187 Victoria Owens............................................................(2002-2005) 4. 1174 Allison Arreola.............................................................(1995-1998) 5. 1133 Jenni Shepherd............................................................(2003-2006) 6. 893 Rebecca Miller.............................................................(1999-2003) 7. 884 Priscilla Lauletolo.........................................................(1992-1993) 8. 860 Jennifer Monson..........................................................(2000-2001) 9. 809 Katie O’Riordan............................................................(2002-2005) 10. 798 Renae Popovich...........................................................(2004-2007)

DIGS (Minimum of 800) 1. 1833 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 2. 1535 Amanda Hill.................................................................(2007-2010) 3. 1396 Tricia Rodl....................................................................(2007-2010) 4. 1271 Victoria Owens............................................................(2002-2005) 5. 1145 Kim Duncan.................................................................(1991-1994) 6. 1102 Sam Sasan....................................................................(2006-2009) 7. 1000 Kathy Dantzler.............................................................(1991-1994) 8. 984 Katie O’Riordan............................................................(2002-2005) 9. 983 Allison Arreola.............................................................(1995-1998) 10. 976 Emily Libertowski.........................................................(2007-2010)

ATTACKS (Minimum of 1500) 1. 4946 Amanda Hill.................................................................(2007-2010) 2. 3780 Victoria Owens............................................................(2002-2005) 3. 3697 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 4. 3380 Allison Arreola.............................................................(1995-1998) 5. 2798 Jenni Shepherd............................................................(2003-2006) 6. 2707 Rebecca Miller.............................................................(1999-2003) 7. 2357 Kayla Klinger........................................................... (2010-present) 8. 2336 Renae Popovich...........................................................(2004-2007) 9. 2250 Jillian Worby................................................................(2003-2006) 10. 2244 Jennifer Monson..........................................................(2000-2001)

BLOCK SOLOS (Minimum of 100) 1. 242 Angela Cunningham....................................................(1989-1990) 2. 219 Heide Brey...................................................................(1989-1992) 3. 198 Jennifer Mons..............................................................(1989-1990) 4. 130 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 5. 113 Hollie Bates..................................................................(1999-2002) 6. 105 Carrie Fenwick.............................................................(1994-1997)

HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum of 1000 Attacks) 1. 0.445 Angela Cunningham....................................................(1989-1990) 2. 0.310 Wendi Loggins.............................................................(1989-1990) 3. 0.301 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 4. 0.271 Priscilla Lauletolo.........................................................(1992-1993) 5. 0.265 Katie O’Riordan............................................................(2002-2005) 6. 0.250 Kim Duncan.................................................................(1991-1994) 7. 0.246 Amanda Hill.................................................................(2007-2010) 8. 0.240 Jennifer Monson..........................................................(2000-2001) 9. 0.232 Allyn Beam...................................................................(2002-2003) 10. 0.221 Cori Holeman...............................................................(2007-2010) ASSISTS (Minimum of 1000) 1. 4022 Katie O’Riordan............................................................(2002-2005) 2. 3979 Sam Sasan....................................................................(2006-2009) 3. 3479 Kim Duncan.................................................................(1991-1994) 4. 3365 Michelle Lewandowski................................................(1998-2001) 5. 2014 Ashley McLaughlin.......................................................(1989-1991) 6. 1997 Amy Nokes...................................................................(2007-2011) 7. 1254 Kirsten Struksnes.................................................... (2011-present) 8. 1114 Jodie Pearce.................................................................(1994-1995) 9. 645 Kristyn Schebil.............................................................(2000-2002) 10. 305 Lauren San Martin................................................................ (2006)

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BLOCK ASSISTS (Minimum of 150) 1. 350 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 2. 325 Cori Holeman...............................................................(2007-2010) 3. 311 Carrie Fenwick.............................................................(1994-1997) 4. 260 Jenni Shepherd............................................................(2003-2006) 5. 228 Amberle Trinder...........................................................(2007-2010) 6. 222 Heide Brey...................................................................(1989-1992) 7. 221 Katie O’Riordan............................................................(2002-2005) 8. 215 Kristen Lee...................................................................(1994-1997) 9. 214 Hollie Bates..................................................................(1999-2002) 10. 213 Canan Erdogan.............................................................(2004-2007) TOTAL BLOCKS (Minimum of 200) 1. 480 Carrie O’Connell...........................................................(1991-1994) 2. 441 Heide Brey...................................................................(1989-1992) 3. 416 Carrie Fenwick.............................................................(1994-1997) 4. 402 Angela Cunningham....................................................(1989-1990) 5. 388 Cori Holeman...............................................................(2007-2010) 6. 351 Jennifer Mons..............................................................(1989-1990) 7. 327 Hollie Bates..................................................................(1999-2002) 8. 315 Jenni Shepherd............................................................(2003-2006) 9. 299 Kristen Lee...................................................................(1994-1997) 10. 266 Katie O’Riordan............................................................(2002-2005)

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CSU Volleyball All-Time Records vs. Opponents

School MP Won Lost Alabama A&M 3 0 3 Alabama-Birmingham 2 0 2 Alabama State 2 1 1 Anderson 4 3 1 Appalachian State 7 1 6 Arkansas 1 0 1 Arizona State 1 0 1 Armstrong State 8 8 0 Army 2 0 2 Augusta 8 8 0 Benedict 7 7 0 Bethune Cookman 3 3 0 Birmingham Southern 12 1 11 Brevard 1 0 1 Bucknell 1 0 1 Cal State Fullerton 1 0 1 Campbell 27 19 8 Canisius 1 1 0 Central Florida 6 0 6 Central Wesleyan 3 2 1 Charles County 1 1 0 Chattanooga 1 1 0 The Citadel 20 16 4 Claflin 1 1 0 Clemson 11 0 11 Coastal Carolina 78 34 44 Coker 17 14 3 College of Charleston 78 18 60 Columbia (S.C.) 13 13 0 Concord 4 4 0 Converse 3 3 0 Davidson 14 5 9 Delaware State 1 0 1 DePaul 1 0 1 Drake 1 0 1 Duke 1 0 1 East Carolina 10 5 5 East Tennessee State 5 0 5 Eastern Michigan 2 0 2 Eastern Washington 1 0 1 Eckerd 1 1 0 Elon 12 5 7 Erskine 14 11 3 Evansville 1 0 1 Fairleigh Dickinson 2 2 0 Florida A&M 2 1 1 Florida Atlantic 3 0 3 Florida Gulf Coast 1 0 1 Florida International 1 0 1 Florida State 1 0 1 Florida Tech 2 2 0 Francis Marion 36 16 20 Furman 36 12 24

School 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 Loyola Marshall 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

MP Won Lost 16 12 4 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 3 16 8 8 6 1 5 4 1 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 32 11 21 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 7 1 6 1 0 1 2 0 2 3 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 39 4 35 6 3 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 11 1 10 1 0 1 1 1 0 11 10 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 3 2 1 8 8 0 1 1 0 5 4 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 4 1 3 1 1 0

School GP Won Lost Northwestern State 1 0 1 Oglethorpe 1 1 0 Oral Roberts 1 0 1 Paine 1 1 0 Pittsburgh 1 0 1 Presbyterian 16 7 9 Radford 50 16 34 Rider 1 0 1 Robert Morris 1 1 0 Rollings 2 0 2 Samford 3 2 1 Savannah State 21 21 0 South Alabama 4 2 2 South Carolina 6 0 6 South Carolina State 51 49 2 Southern Methodist 1 0 1 Southern Mississippi 1 0 1 Southern University 1 1 0 Spartanburg Methodist 1 1 0 Stetson 7 5 2 St. Andrews 5 3 2 St. Augustine 1 1 0 St. Francis 1 1 0 Syracuse 1 0 1 Tenn.-Chattanooga 3 2 1 Tennessee Martin 1 1 0 Tennessee Tech 1 0 1 Texas-El Paso 2 0 2 Texas-Pan American 1 0 1 Towson State 4 2 2 Troy 2 1 1 Tulsa 2 0 2 UNC Asheville 48 13 35 UNC Charlotte 9 1 8 UNC Greensboro 15 4 11 UNC Wilmington 38 13 25 USC Aiken 18 13 5 USC Upstate 21 9 12 Valparaiso 2 0 2 Virginia Commonwealth 2 0 2 Virginia Tech 3 1 2 Voorhees 2 2 0 Wake Forest 2 0 2 West Georgia 1 1 0 Western Carolina 13 2 11 Western Kentucky 1 0 1 Western Michigan 1 0 1 Wingate 1 1 0 Winston-Salem State 1 1 0 Winthrop 78 17 61 Wisconsin 2 0 2 Wofford 13 6 7

CSU Volleyball Head Coaching Records

Head Coaching Records Overall Big South Coach Years Won Lost Pct. Won Lost Pct. Amelia Martin 1979-1982 4 112 66 .629 - - Brett Maddox 1983-84 2 34 45 .430 - - Amir Khaledi 1985-1992 8 157 113 .581 22 19 .537 Sue Killian 1993 1 22 11 .667 6 3 .667 Tammy Craig 1994-95 2 22 41 .349 8 7 .533 Allison Welch 1996 1 2 29 .065 0 14 .000 Danyel Bellush 1997-2011 15 154 323 .323 42 166 .202 Al Givens 2012 1 13 21 .382 5 9 .357 Christy Mooberry 2013 Overall 34 516 649 .443 83 218 .276

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CSU Volleyball All-Time Letterwinners

LaShelle Adams 1979-80 Taylor Allman 2013-present Allison Arreola 1995-98 Chris Armstrong 1993 Sharon Baker 1994 Chrissy Barbee 2004-05 Emily Barbee 2004 Karen Barrow 1981-83 Hollie Bates 1999-2002 Allyn Beam 2002-03 Jennifer Begich 1995-98 Carla Black 1990 Sandra Boleman 1979-80 Hiede Brey 1989-1992 Barbara Brown 1984 Stacey Bruck 1991, 1994 Catie Bumber 1998 Stephanie Carey 2006 Nikki Carroll 1990-92 Abby Casey 2005 Erin Chanson 1984 Nikia Clark 2013-present Valerie Clemens 1995-98 Christina Cozzi 1996 Angela Cunningham-Donald 1987-90 Kathy Dantzler 1991-94 Jessica Davies 2007 Wynter Davis 2011-12 Rachel DeAngelo 2000-03 Carme Del Valle 1998 Nichole Diller 2006-09 Erin Downer 1998-99 Peggy Droze 1981 Debbie Duber 1999-2000 Kim Duncan 1991-94 Natalie Dunn 1989-92 Kacey Dupler 2000-01 Canan Erdogan 2004-07 Karen Etheridge 1983-85 Elaine Fala 1988-89 Carrie Fenwick 1994-97 Karmey Geiser 1995 Jennifer Gera 1995 Sarah Gerke 1999 Jerri Giesy 1997 Stacy Gikas 1979 Cassidy Greer 2012-present Morgan Hadden 2011 Colleen Hargrove 2010 Sonia Harper 1981 Katelyn Headrick 2008-09 Brenda Hearn 1979-82 Tammy Hewett 1980-81 Jamaica Hicks 2000-03 Ashley Higgenbothem 2011-present Amanda Hill 2007-10

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Angie Hinson Priscilla Hinson Cori Holeman Melody Horton Katrina Houston Kim Hughes Chi-Chi Loggins Hurley Catie Hurt Sadie Jenkins Jill Jobe Joyce Johnson Melanie Johnson Sarah Johnson Ashley Johnston Mia Jones Tammy Jones Ashlee Kadatz Susie Kady Andrea Keesee Kandace Kessel Anita Kidd Kayla Klinger Megan Klobusnik Andrea Kmet Callie Koval Kelly Kristy Michelle Lawandowski Katie Larue Priscilla Lauletolo Erin LaVenice Kristen Lee Mary Leithold Aisha Lewis Emily Libertowski Kellyn Litten Wendi Loggins Danyel Lonigro Michaela Luna Christina Lysacek Lee Ann Martin Tracy Masterson Vivian Mazur Jackie McCormick Sharon McCrary Ashley McLaughlin Beth Merker Francine Meyer Rebecca Miller Jennifer Mons Jennifer Monson Erica Moreland Maggie Murphy Jasmine Nieman Amy Nokes Carrie O’Connell Jessica O’Neal

1982 1983-86 2007-10 1981 2012-present 1984-85 1986-87 2012 1984 1998 1984 2001-03 1994 2009-12 1986 1991 2006-08 1983-86 2010-11 1995 1984-87 2010-present 2001 2004 2005 1997 1998-2001 1998 1992-93 2010-present 1994-97 1983-85 2003 2007-10 2013-present 1987-1990 1993-96 2009-12 2007 1998 1981-82 1979 1994-97 1982 1989-91 1997 1980-81 1999-2003 1989-90 2000-01 1991 2010-present 2011 2007-2011 1991-94 2003

Katie O’Riordan Bryanna Owen Victoria Owens Shari Parnell Meredith Parrott Jodie Pearce Patricia Pecko Lori Pim Renae Popovich Allison Pruitt Gina Raley Brianna Razete Carley Reiter Dorothy Robson Rhonda Rogers Tricia Rodl Lauren San Martin Sam Sasan Kristyn Schebil Jenny Shaw Jenni Shepherd Wendi Shreve Lea Simmons Lindsay Singer Laura Skipper Peggy Skipper Crissy Skokan Cindy Smart Jennifer Soranno Sheri Spotts Courtney Starbuck Kirsten Struksnes Amanda Suroviak Laura Grace Swindler Olivia Terzo Ann Thomas Amberle Trinder Sydney Tracy Debbie Usselman Karen Valentine Nicole Varnes Joanna Volousky Amy Weesner Erin Wicker Dawn Wilson Miki Wilson Tricia Wilson Terry Windham Siraya Windsor Jillian Worby

2002-05 1992 2002-05 1980-83 2012-present 1994-95 1984-87 1996 2004-07 1984-87 1980-83 2008 2010-11 1985-88 1980 2007-2010 2004, 2006 2006-09 1999-2002 1999-2002 2003-06 1991-94 1989-90 1998-99 1987-88 1982-85 2008-10 1986-87 1996 1986-87 1999 2011-present 1999 2010-present 2003-06 1988-89 2007-present 2011-12 1979-81 1984-85 1993 1990 1979-82 2001-05 1988 2006 1998-2001 1988 2012-present 2003-06

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Buccaneers Honors and Awards

Big South Annual Awards 1986 Pricilla Hinson Player of the Year 1989 Ann Thomas Tournament MVP 1998 Allison Arreola Scholar of the Year 2001 Danyel Bellush Coach of the Year 2010 Amanda Hill Player of the Year 2011 Team Sportsmanship Award Big South All-Conference Team 1986 Pricilla Hinson Anita Kidd 1987 Angie Cunningham Chi Chi Hurley 1988 Ann Thomas Angie Cunningham Laura Skipper 1989 Ann Thomas Angie Cunningham 1990 Carrie O’Connell 1991 Carrie O’Connell 1993 Kelly O’Brien Priscilla Laulotelo Carrie O’Connell 1994 Kathy Dantzler Carrie O’Connell 1998 Allison Arreola 2000 Jennifer Monson 2001 Jennifer Monson 2004 Katie O’Riordan 2005 Katie O’Riordan 2006 Jenni Sheperd 2007 Amanda Hill 2008 Amanda Hill 2009 Amanda Hill 2010 Amanda Hill Big South All-Freshman Team 2001 Erin Wicker 2002 Katie O’Riordan 2004 Andrea Kmet 2007 Amanda Hill 2008 Crissy Skokan 2012 Meredith Parrott

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Big South Individual Career Leaders Angela Cunningham Hitting% .445

Kim Duncan Priscilla Lauletolo Kacey Dupler Amanda Hill Amanda Hill

Big South Team Annual Leaders 1989 Hitting Percentage .417 Kills/Game 14.21 1993 Hitting Percentage .227 1994 Blocks/Game 2.78 1997 Blocks/Game 2.55 2002 Blocks/Game 2.21

Big South All-Academic Team 1996 Allison Arreola 1997 Allison Arreola 1998 Allison Arreola 1999 Tricia Wilson 2000 Rebecca Miller 2001 Hollie Bates 2002 Hollie Bates 2003 Rebecca Miller 2004 Victoria Owens 2005 Victoria Owens 2006 Canan Erdogan 2007 Nichole Diller 2008 Nichole Diller 2009 Nichole Diller 2010 Cori Holeman 2011 Maggie Murphy 2012 Wynter Davis Big South Individual Annual Leaders 1989 Ann Thomas Attack% Ann Thomas Kills/G 1990 Angela Cunningham Attack% Cunningham Kills/G 1994 Carrie O’Connel Blocks/G 1997 Carrie Fenwick Blocks/G 2001 Jennifer Monson Kills/G 2002 Hollie Bates Blocks/G 2008 Amanda Hill Kills/G 2010 Amanda Hill Kills/G Cori Holeman Blocks/G

Big South Individual Season Records 1989 Ann Thomas Hitting % .525 Big South Team Season Records 1989 Hitting % .417 Blocks 553.0 National Honors & Awards CVU.com National Player/Top Performer 2005 Katie O’Riordan Oct. 10 CoSIDA Academic All-American 1998 Allison Arreola 2nd Team .525 3.98 .413 3.50 1.47 1.47 4.91 1.10 3.90 4.70 1.16

Big South All-Tournament Team 1986 Priscilla Hinson Chi Chi Loggins 1987 Angela Cunningham 1988 Laura Skipper Ann Thomas 1989 Ann Thomas (MVP) 1990 Angela Cunningham

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Big South Announces Preseason Volleyball Awards

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (BigSouthSports.com) – The Liberty University volleyball team has been chosen first in the Big South Conference’s annual preseason poll and Lady Flames’ middle blocker Caroline Douglas was voted the Conference’s Preseason Player of the Year, as voted by the League’s head volleyball coaches and announced today by the Big South office. Liberty, under the direction of 10th year head coach Shane Pinder, was selected to finish first for the third year in a row. The Lady Flames received eight first-place votes and 98 total points. Coastal Carolina, last year’s tournament runner-up, picked up the two remaining first-place votes to finish second in the poll with 92 points. High Point earned 78 points from the coaches to claim the third spot, while UNC Asheville finished fourth with 56 points -- just two points ahead of fifth-place Presbyterian College (54). Radford garnered 52 points for sixth-place, ahead of Winthrop and Gardner-Webb, who were selected seventh and eighth with 47 and 32 points, respectively. Campbell and Charleston Southern round out the list tied for ninth-place with 20 points. Douglas, a redshirt-sophomore middle blocker from Greenville, N.C., is the reigning Big South Player of the Year in addition to being named Big South Freshman of the Year, First-Team All-Conference and AllTournament. Last season, as an outside hitter, she led the Big South with 454 kills and her league-high 3.69 kills per set ranked ninth nationally among all freshmen. Douglas posted 27 10-kill matches and two 20-kill efforts, including a career-best 26 kills at High Point. Her hitting percentage of .281 ranked seventh in the Conference and first among outside hitters. Douglas received eight first-place votes and 58 points to earn the top spot on the Preseason All-Conference Team. Preseason All-Conference Team Caroline Douglas, R-So., MB, Liberty Kindra Bailey, Sr., MB, Coastal Carolina Jade Craycraft, Sr., S, Liberty Gabriella Horvath, So., OH, Coastal Carolina Anna Moore, Sr., MB, UNC Asheville Kristin Heldt, Jr., OH, High Point Annemarie Chin, So., LIB, High Point The 2013 Big South volleyball season begins Friday, Aug. 30, with 12 matches scheduled. The Big South Volleyball Championship is slated for Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 21-24, on the campus of Presbyterian College.

2013 Big South Preseason Volleyball Coaches’ Poll Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. T-9.

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Team (1st) Points Liberty (8) 98 Coastal Carolina (2) 92 High Point 78 UNC Asheville 56 Presbyterian 54 Radford 52 Winthrop 47 Gardner-Webb 32 Campbell 20 Charleston Southern 20

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BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE QUICK FACTS Address: 7233 Pineville-Matthews Road, Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28226 Phone: (704) 341-7990 Fax: (704) 341-7991 www.BigSouthSports.com Founded 1983 President Penelope W. Kyle, Radford University Vice President Dr. Frank Bonner, Gardner-Webb University Secretary Dr. Anne Ponder, UNC Asheville Coordinator of Soccer Officials Paul James Full-Time Member Institutions (12): Campbell University, Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, Gardner-Webb University, High Point University, Liberty University, Longwood University, Presbyterian College, Radford University, UNC Asheville, Virginia Military Institute, Winthrop University. Associate Members: Stony Brook University (football), Bucknell University (women’s golf), College of the Holy Cross (women’s golf). Championship Sports (19): Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Cross Country, Women’s Cross Country, Football, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Softball, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Men’s Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball, Women’s Lacrosse (201213)

Embarking on its 30th year in 2013-14, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by notable accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing against some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 17 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new heights. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during his tenure, as he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and women’s lacrosse for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages.

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Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and oversaw the additions of men’s and women’s indoor track & field in 1997 and women’s lacrosse in 2013. At the same time, Kallander has solidified Conference membership, as an all-time high 12 member institutions comprise the 30-year old League. Recent additions include High Point, Gardner-Webb, Presbyterian College and Longwood, plus the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live video streaming event in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 900 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. Since 2000, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had an individual National Champion six times, has had more than 300 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship seven times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the first women’s golf program advance to the national finals, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team five consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, has received two at-large playoff berths in the Football Championship Subdivision since 2006, has had six NFL Draft picks, and has had two institutions finish in the top 10 in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships -- including the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event (fifth in 2007). In 2006-07, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed four times -- including a national

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seed for the first time in 2010, while the Chanticleers’ FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The 2009-10 season saw Liberty’s Sam Chelanga win two NCAA National Championships (cross country, 10,000-meter run); Coastal Carolina’s baseball team reach the Super Regionals for the second time in three years as well as being ranked No. 1 in the national RPI and as high as No. 3 in the national polls; and three women’s basketball teams reach the postseason for the first time in Conference history. In 2010-11, Chelanga won two more NCAA National Championships (cross country, outdoor 5,000-meter run), the Big South had its first automatic bid recipient in football (Coastal Carolina), UNC Asheville reached the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Coastal Carolina’s women’s golf team was the first in Conference history to advance to the NCAA Championship out of Regional play, and a League-record 18 baseball players were drafted in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. In 201112, the Big South had a record five individuals selected for the NCAA Men’s Golf Regionals -- the most of any Division I conference, as well as a record 42 All-Americans. This past season, the Big South had 32 student-athletes earn All-America distinction, while another 12 were named Academic All-Americans. The Conference also had two football playoff teams – and two playoff wins -for the first time, had a women’s basketball team win a postseason game for the first time since 2005, had a League-record four men’s basketball teams selected for postseason play, had two men’s soccer teams reach the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season, and had two men’s and women’s golf programs selected for NCAA Regional play. Several former Big South student-athletes have also reached national

Kyle B. Kallander Commisioner

Chad Cook Asst. Commissioner Marketing

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prominence in recent years. Coastal Carolina’s Amber Campbell made the U.S. Olympic Team in 2008 and 2012, and was one of five former Big South athletes to compete in the 2008 Games; High Point’s Tamas Kovacs qualified for the 2012 London Games; VMI’s Reggie Williams reached the NBA with the Golden State Warriors in 2010, UNC Asheville’s Ty Wigginton was named an American League All-Star in 2010, and Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson has won seven PGA Tour events since departing the Big South Conference in 2007. Three former Big South baseball players made their major league debuts in 2012, while Avery Warley became the third Big South women’s basketball player to play in the WNBA two years ago. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 19962007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. For the past four years, nearly 50 percent of Conference’s student-athletes were named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a 3.0 grade-point average for the academic year, and the League has had more than 110 Academic All-Americans in its history. Furthermore, the Big South has recorded double figure totals in NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR progress the last four years. As part of this year’s 30th anniversary celebration, the League will recognize All-Decade Teams for each sport spanning the Conference’s first three decades of existence.

James F. Companion, Jr. Assoc. Commissioner

Mark Simpson Asst. Commisioner Public Relations

Dawn Turner Assoc. Commissioner Senior Women’s Administrator

Nic Bowman Assistant Director of Public Relations

Mark Bryant Director of New Media

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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.r. 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. During his tenure at CSU, enrollment has increased from 1,600 students to more than 3,200. Academic programs have expanded to include graduate degrees in education, business administration, criminal justice and nursing. 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 annual Hunter Cup is given to the top athlete who also stands out academically and spiritually.

Dr . Rick Brewer , V.P. Student Affairs & 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 24-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. 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 Student Affairs and Athletics, 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.

H ank Small, Director of Athletics Henry “Hank” Small is in his 11th full year as CSU’s director of athletics and has helped lead CSU to 13 Big South Conference championships during his time, including the school’s first-ever League title in football. Small came to CSU in the summer of 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)

Dr. Rick Brewer Vice President for Student Affairs/Athletics............ 7503 .................................................................................................................... Stuart Lake Baseball Head Coach...................................................... 7591 Hank Small Athletics Director........................................................... 7080 .................................................................................................................... Barclay Radebaugh Men’s Basketball Head Coach.......................... 7690 Cathryn Broderhausen Associate A.D. - External Affairs................... 7523 .................................................................................................................... Fred Applin Women’s Basketball Head Coach.................................. 7684 James Bradley Assistant A.D. - Operations........................................ 7677 .................................................................................................................... Men’s Track & Field Head Coach....................................................... 7174 Mike Hammond Assistant A.D. - Compliance................................... 7078 .................................................................................................................... Tosha Ansley Women’s Track & Field Head Coach............................ 7111 Zeke Beam Assistant A.D. - Media..................................................... 7687 .................................................................................................................... Jamey Chadwell Football Head Coach.............................................. 7019 Brad Drake Assistant A.D. - Athletic Training..................................... 7681 .................................................................................................................... Chad Staggs Football Asst. Coach/Def. Coord................................... 7126 Rachelle Bouronich Business Manager/Ticketing............................. 7670 .................................................................................................................... Gabe Giardina Football Asst. Coach/Off. Coord................................ 7036 Anna McSwain Administrative Assistant.......................................... 7678 .................................................................................................................... Josh Miller Football Asst. Coach/Special Teams................................ 7109 Christie Faircloth-Dixon Senior Women’s Administrator.................. 7629 .................................................................................................................... Mike Wilson Men’s Golf Coach......................................................... 7556 Jennifer Wilson Director of Marketing and Promotions................... 7671 .................................................................................................................... Matthew Cram-Smith Women’s Golf Coach..................................... 7122 Chad Scott Head Strength & Conditioning Coach............................. 7597 .................................................................................................................... Eric Terrill Women’s Soccer Head Coach........................................... 7931 Seth Montgomery Assistant Director for Media............................... 7853 .................................................................................................................... Shane Winkler Softball Head Coach................................................. 7686 Kevin O’Rourke “Voice of the Bucs”, Sports Information Asst.......... 7688 .................................................................................................................... Mike Baker Women’s Tennis Head Coach......................................... 7145

.................................................................................................................... Christine Mooberry Volleyball Head Coach...................................... 7680

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The Bachelor of Arts degree is a fouryear degree designed primarily for students concentrating in the fine arts and may be earned with a major in any of the following areas: Business Administration Communication and Theatre English * Graphic Design Humanities and Fine Arts Music (Performance or Church Music) Music Education (Choral or Instrumental) Music Therapy Religion Spanish * Youth Ministry

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Degree Programs

Professional programs are offered in the following fields: Predentistry Preengineering Prelaw Premedicine Prepharmacy Preseminary

The Bachelor of Science degree is a fouryear 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: Applied Mathematics Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology * Business Administration Chemistry * Computer Science Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Economics * Elementary Education History * Mathematics * Natural Science Physical Education * Political Science * Psychology * Social Science Sociology * Health Promotion

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.

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. 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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The Big South Conference officially re-launched www.BigSouthSports. com this year, which now fully integrates the Conference website and the Big South Network (BSN) as part of a joint venture between the Conference office and Webstream Sports. In addition, the BSN -- the Conference’s online video channel presented by corporate partner State Farm, is no longer a subscription service and all live and on-demand events can be viewed for free.

The dynamic redesign of the site and video service offers all visitors a “one size fits all” experience, one that can be seen through the web browsers of phones, tablets, laptops or desktops that adapt to best fit the desired display -- all major platforms are supported. In addition to the new look, the site features simpler navigation as well as an instant click to launch the Big South Network’s free live and on-demand offerings of the more than 900 events the Big South Conference and its member institutions have produced annually. Webstream Sports, in conjunction with Indianapolis-based TGFI, hosts the fully integrated website and digital network. In addition, Webstream Sports will produce a minimum 50 Big South events covering every Conference team sport -- football, men’s and

women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, softball, baseball and women’s lacrosse -- exclusively for ESPN3 in high-definition. Big South corporate partner Hardee’s is also a contributing partner to the BSN’s new free viewing format.

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Aug. 30 Aug. 31 Aug. 31 Sept. 3 Sept. 6 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 13 Sept. 14 Sept. 20 Sept. 21 Sept. 21 Sept. 27 Sept. 28

vs. Cal State-Bakersfield^ 5 p.m. vs. Charlotte^ 10 a.m. @ Davidson^ 5 p.m. @ College of Charleston 7 p.m. vs. Mississippi Valley State# 2 p.m. @ Jacksonville# 7 p.m. vs. Florida Atlantic# 2 p.m. Savannah State 7 p.m. vs. DePaul& noon @ The Citadel& 6 p.m. vs. S.C. State& 3 p.m. vs. Jacksonville State% 5 p.m. vs. Central Michigan% 10 a.m. @ Georgia Southern% 7 p.m. @ Presbyterian* 7 p.m. @ Winthrop* 2 p.m.

^-Davidson Tournament #-Jacksonville Tournament &-TheCitadel Tournament %-Georgia Southern Tournament

Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 29 Nov. 1 Nov. 2 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 16

Campbell* High Point* East Carolina @ Coastal Carolina* @ Liberty* @ Radford* Gardner-Webb* UNC Asheville* @ South Carolina State Presbyterian* Winthrop* Coastal Carolina* @ High Point* @ Campbell*

7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

*-indicated Big South games Gold indicates home matches

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