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Table of Contents and 2017 Quick Facts

INTRODUCTION Table of Contents & Quick Facts.........................................1

THE 2017 RED WOLVES Schedule .............................................................................2 Numerical & Alphabetical Rosters.......................................3 Returning Player Profiles ...............................................4-12 Newcomer Profiles.......................................................13-16

COACHING STAFF Head Coach David Rehr ..............................................17-18 Assistant Coach Brian Gerwig ..........................................19 Assistant Coach Ross Kessler ..........................................20 Student Assistants Kelsey Reis and Markie Schaedig......21 Support Staff .....................................................................22

REVIEWING 2016 2016 Year in Review .........................................................23 2016 Statistics..............................................................24-29 2016 in Pictures ................................................................30

RED WOLVES RECORD BOOK Sun Belt Conference Championships ...............................31 NCAA Tournament Appearances ......................................32 1,000-1,000 Club...............................................................33 A-State All-Americans .......................................................34 Sun Belt Conference Honors ............................................35 National and Other Conference Awards............................36 2016 Awards Pictures .......................................................37 Red Wolves Records ...................................................38-40 Coaching Records.............................................................41 Season-By-Season Results .........................................42-49 All-Time Series Results.....................................................50 All-Time Letterwinners ......................................................51 Convocation Center and Convo Records ....................52-53 A-State Hall of Honor ...................................................54-55

THE SUN BELT CONFERENCE Sun Belt Conference .........................................................56 2016 SBC All-Conference, Standings, and Stats.............57-59

THIS IS A-STATE Athletics Facilities ........................................................60-61 Arkansas State University............................................62-63 Jonesboro .........................................................................64 Arkansas State Administration ..........................................65 ASU System President Dr. Charles L. Welch....................66 A-State Chancellor Dr. Kelly Damphousse .......................67 Arkansas State Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir.......68-69 Media Information .............................................................70 Staff Directory ...................................................................71 CREDITS The 2017 Arkansas State volleyball reference guide is a publication of the Arkansas State University Athletics Media Relations Office. PHOTOGRAPHY Richard Bishop (Bishop Photography), Erika Christian, Travis Clayton, Hannah Dolle, Andrew Ferguson, Bob Harris, Clayton Hotze, Jason Roberts (Envision Sports Media), Richard McEnery, Arkansas State Athletics Media Relations, and Sun Belt Conference.

GENERAL INFORmATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jonesboro, Arkansas (72,589) Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red Wolves Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13,410 Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scarlet & Black Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1909 Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Convocation Center (10,563) Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division I Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sun Belt President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Charles Welch Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Kelly Damphousse Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Terry Mohajir Faculty Athletics Representative . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Karen McDaniel Senior Woman Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Amy Holt Athletic Dept. Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-3880 Ticket Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-2781 Athletic Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AStateRedWolves.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David Rehr Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .South Florida ‘97 Record & Years at Arkansas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108-54 (6) Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .501-117 (18) Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brian Gerwig Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Western Kentucky ‘10 Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ross Kessler Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Butler ‘09 Volleyball Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-3876 Best Time to Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contact SID Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nikki Frushour Strength and Conditioning Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rebekah Sittig

TEAm INFORmATION 2016 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25-8 Sun Belt Record/Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-1/1st West Division Postseason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC Tournament Finals Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4/4+Libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7/8 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

PROGRAm HISTORY First Year of Volleyball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1975 All-Time Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,004-507-5 (42 seasons) All-Time SBC Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .251-111 (26 seasons) SBC Regular Season Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Last SBC Championship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2015 SBC Tournament Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 NCAA D1 Tournament Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Last NCAA Tournament Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2015 Opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Michigan State Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seattle, Wash. Result . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L, 3-0

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2017 Schedule

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Aug. 25 Aug. 25 Aug. 26 Aug. 29 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 9 Sept. 15 Sept. 15 Sept. 16 Sept. 22 Sept. 23 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 16-19

2017 ARKANSAS STATE VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE OPPONENT

at Kentucky% vs. Cincinnati% vs. Utah% at Southern Illinois Virginia Tech vs. Ole Miss^ Ole Miss vs. SMU^ Virginia Tech^ SmU^ SMU vs. Virginia Tech^ Ole miss^ at Central Arkansas+ vs. UCF+ vs. Southern+ vs. Georgetown# at Rice# vs. Stephen F. Austin# Coastal Carolina* Appalachian State* at Louisiana-Lafayette* at ULM* UT Arlington* Texas State* Little Rock* ULm* Louisiana-Lafayette* at Troy* at South Alabama* Georgia State* Georgia Southern* at Texas State* at UT Arlington* at Little Rock* Sun Belt Conference Tournament

All Times Central Bold indicates home matches *Sun Belt Conference match

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%Bluegrass Battle +UCA Invitational

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LOCATION

Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Carbondale, Ill. Convocation Center Convocation Center Convocation Center Convocation Center Convocation Center Convocation Center Conway, Ark. Conway, Ark. Conway, Ark. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Convocation Center Convocation Center Lafayette, La. Monroe, La. Convocation Center Convocation Center Convocation Center Convocation Center Convocation Center Troy, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Convocation Center Convocation Center San Marcos, Texas Arlington, Texas Little Rock, Ark. Convocation Center ^A-State Invitational #Rice Invitational II

TImE

10 a.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 10 a.m. 6 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. TBD


2017 Roster

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 21

Name Sheridan Webb Carlisa May Peyton Uhlenhake Lindsay Cline Ellie Watkins Kenzie Fields Timber Terrell Diane Phillips Madison Brown Tatum Ticknor Jessica Uke Anna Murphy Drew Jones Nicole Knight Sara Betts Madison Turner Ryley Gill

Pos. S OH OH DS/L S OH MB DS OH DS/L MB MB OH DS OH MB DS/L

Ht. 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-7 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-7 6-1 5-8 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-8 5-10 6-4 5-5

No. 16 9 4 6 21 14 15 2 13 8 7 10 17 3 11 5 1

Name Sara Betts Madison Brown Lindsay Cline Kenzie Fields Ryley Gill Drew Jones Nicole Knight Carlisa May Anna Murphy Diane Phillips Timber Terrell Tatum Ticknor Madison Turner Peyton Uhlenhake Jessica Uke Ellie Watkins Sheridan Webb

Pos. OH OH DS/L OH DS/L OH DS OH MB DS MB DS/L MB OH MB S S

Ht. 5-10 6-1 5-7 6-1 5-5 6-1 5-8 5-10 6-3 5-9 5-11 5-8 6-4 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-11

Numerical Roster Cl. Exp. Hometown (Previous School) Fr. HS Southlake, Texas (Southlake Carroll HS) Jr. 2L Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit West HS) Fr. HS Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West HS) Sr.-R 2L Keller, Texas (UT Arlington) Jr. TR Weldon Spring, Mo. (Pittsburgh) So.-R 1L Bartlett, Tenn. (Bartlett HS) Fr. HS Wheeling, Ill. (Wheeling HS) So. SQ Marion, Ark. (Marion HS) Fr. HS Cabot, Ark. (Cabot HS) Fr. HS Grapevine, Texas (Colleyville Heritage HS) Sr. 3L Cedar Hill, Texas (Ursuline Academy) Sr. 3L Jefferson City, Mo. (Helias HS) Sr. 3L Fort Smith, Ark. (Southside HS) Sr. 3L Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside HS) Fr. HS Marion, Ark. (Marion HS) So. SQ Drexel, Mo. (Louisburg (Kan.) HS) Fr. HS Ashburn, Va. (Stone Bridge HS) Alphabetical Roster Cl. Exp. Hometown (Previous School) Fr. HS Marion, Ark. (Marion HS) Fr. HS Cabot, Ark. (Cabot HS) Jr.-R 1L Keller, Texas (UT Arlington) Fr.-R RS Bartlett, Tenn. (Bartlett HS) Fr. HS Ashburn, Va. (Stone Bridge HS) Jr. 2L Fort Smith, Ark. (Southside HS) Jr. 2L Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside HS) So. 1L Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit West HS) Jr. 2L Jefferson City, Mo. (Helias HS) Fr. HS Marion, Ark. (Marion HS) Fr. HS Wheeling, Ill. (Wheeling HS) Fr. HS Grapevine, Texas (Colleyville Heritage HS) Fr. HS Drexel, Mo. (Louisburg (Kan.) HS) Fr. HS Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West HS) Jr. 2L Cedar Hill, Texas (Ursuline Academy) Jr. TR Weldon Spring, Mo. (Pittsburgh) Fr. HS Southlake, Texas (Southlake Carroll HS)

Coaching Staff David Rehr, Head Coach Brian Gerwig, Assistant Coach; Ross Kessler, Assistant Coach Kelsey Reis, Student Assistant; Markie Schaedig, Student Assistant

Pronunciation Guide David Rehr - REAR Carlisa May - CAR-leesa

Kelsey Reis - RICE Jessica Uke - OOH-kay

Markie Schaedig - SHAY-dig Peyton Uhlenhake - YOUL-in-HAKE

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A-State Returnees: Lindsay Cline

Lindsay Cline Defensive Specialist/Libero 5-7 | Redshirt Senior Keller, Texas | UT Arlington/Keller HS

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REDSHIRT JUNIOR SEASON (2016): Played in all of team's 33 matches and 113 of 115 sets ... drew seven starts as a defensive specialist ... registered 222 digs on the year for a 1.96 per set average ... had 13 service aces against 26 service errors on the year ... contributed nine assists and a kill ... picked up a career-high 15 digs against ULM on Oct. 16 ... recorded double-digit digs in nine matches ... named to the SBC Commissioner's List.

Cline Career Highs

Kills: Attacks:

Hitting %: Digs: Assists: Aces:

1 - vs. WKU (9/3/16) 1 - Three Times Last vs. GSU (11/18/16) N/A 15 - at ULM (10/16/16) 1- 12 Times Last vs. CCU (11/20/16) 2 - Four Times Last at UTA (11/19/16)

REDSHIRT SOPHOmORE SEASON (2015): Appeared in 12 matches and 29 sets as a redshirt sophomore ... registered 36 digs for a 1.24 digs per set average as a reserve defensive specialist ... also tallied four service aces and three assists on the year ... set career high in digs twice with six, once at Florida Gulf Coast Sept. 5 and at Troy Sept. 19 ... named to SBC Commissioner's List. SOPHOmORE SEASON (2014): Redshirted due to NCAA transfer rules.

FRESHmAN SEASON (2013): Did not record any statistics at UT Arlington.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Keller High School ... All-District Second Team as a sophomore and first-team All-District as a senior ... two-year captain ... earned All-Tournament selection and led team to championship at San Marcos Tournament ... led team to area playoffs during senior season ... member of National Honor Society ... awarded Academic All-District all four years of high school.

PERSONAL: Born October 6, 1994 ... daughter of Douglas and Patricia Cline ... majoring in exercise science ... interests include reading and bungee jumping.

Season 2015 2016 TOTAL

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SP mP 29 12 113 33 142 45

K 0 1 1

K/S 0.00 0.01 0.01

E 0 0 0

CAREER STATISTICS TA Pct A A/S SA SE RE DIG D/S BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 0 .000 3 0.10 4 3 6 36 1.24 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 3 .333 9 0.08 13 26 14 222 1.96 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 3 .333 12 0.08 17 29 20 258 1.82 0 0 0 0.00 0 1

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A-State Returnees: Jessica Uke

Jessica Uke Middle Blocker 6-1 | Senior Cedar Hill, Texas | Ursuline Academy

JUNIOR SEASON (2016): Saw action in 26 matches with 21 starts during junior campaign ... led the team with a .365 hitting percentage, which ranked as second best in the Sun Belt Conference and fifth best in a season in school history ... totaled 148 kills for a 2.06 per set average ... registered second most blocks on the team with 50, including 16 solo blocks ... also contributed 15 digs and four assists on the year ... tied career high with seven blocks against Coastal Carolina Nov. 20 in SBC Tournament Championship match ... hit a season-best .714 against Texas State (10 kills in 14 attempts with no errors) on Nov. 5 ... recorded a season-high 11 kills at Louisiana-Lafayette on Oct. 14.

Uke Career Highs

Kills: Attacks: Hitting %: Digs: Assists: Aces: Blocks:

19 - App. St. (10/24/14) 31 - App. St. (10/24/14) .818 - at GW (8/29/14) 2 - Six Times Last Troy (10/22/16) 2 - Twice Last at ULL (10/14/16) 0 7 - Three Times Last vs. CCU (11/20/16)

SOPHOmORE SEASON (2015): Played in eight matches and drew five starts ... registered 32 kills on a .404 hitting percentage with 16 blocks, including three block solos ... named to the All-Tournament Team at the USF Classic after tallying 23 kills (2.09 per set) with no errors in 31 attempts for a .742 attacking percentage along with 10 blocks defensively ... had season-high 12 kills on a careerbest .750 hitting percentage with a season-best five blocks against Florida Gulf Coast Sept. 5 ... named to the Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll.

FRESHmAN SEASON (2014): Played in 25 matches as a true freshman ... won SBC Freshman of the Week award three times ... had the team's highest hitting percentage of .363 ... had fourth-most kills on the team at 195 (2.24 per set) ... second on the team in total blocks with 68, including 22 block solos ... registered a season-high 19 kills against Appalachian State on Oct. 24 ... had a season-best .818 hitting percentage against George Washington Aug. 29 ... totaled seven blocks on two different occasions against Texas State (Nov. 28) and ULL (Nov. 27). HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Ursuline Academy in Dallas, Texas ... named to the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) 5A All-Tournament team as a junior after helping Ursuline Academy reach the semifinals of the state tournament ... 5A TAPPS honorable mention middle blocker as a senior ... led team to the 2013 TAPPS 5A state championship match and a runner-up finish ... also played basketball ... named to the Honor Roll as a senior.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Augustine and Irene Uke ... Born on December 11, 1995 ... majoring in biology ... enjoys watching Netflix, shopping, volleyball, eating, and sleeping ... has one brother and two sisters ... sister Claire is an All-American thrower on the Rice University track and field team and broke a 29-year-old school record with a 17.95m throw in the shot put in the 2015 C-USA Indoor Championships ... Claire is also ranked first in Nigeria in the discus and shot put and competed for Nigeria in the 2015 World Championships in Beijing, China.

Season 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL

SP mP K K/S E TA 87 25 195 2.24 55 386 22 8 32 1.45 9 57 72 26 148 2.06 40 296 181 59 375 2.07 104 739

Pct .363 .404 .365 .367

CAREER STATISTICS A A/S SA SE RE DIG D/S BS 4 0.05 0 0 0 19 0.22 22 0 0.00 0 0 0 1 0.05 3 4 0.06 0 2 0 15 0.21 16 8 0.04 0 2 0 35 0.19 41

BA 46 13 34 93

TB 68 16 50 134

B/S BE BHE 0.78 7 0 0.73 4 0 0.69 7 2 0.74 18 2

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A-State Returnees: Anna Murphy

Anna Murphy Middle Blocker 6-3 | Senior jefferson City, Mo. | Helias HS

murphy Career Highs

Kills:

Attacks: Hitting %: Digs: Assists: Aces: Blocks:

14 - Twice Last vs. IUPUI (9/17/16) 28 - vs. Cle. St. (9/17/16) .632 - vs. IUPUI (9/17/16) 5 - at App. St. (9/23/16) 3 - at App. St. (9/23/16) 2 - UTM (9/9/16) 7 - vs. UAPB (9/12/14)

JUNIOR SEASON (2016): Competed in 23 matches during junior season with 17 starts ... recorded 157 kills for a 2.24 kills per set average that ranked fifth on the team ... registered a .353 hitting percentage that was good for second on the team and third best in the Sun Belt Conference ... the .353 hitting percentage is also the 10th best in a single season in school history ... tallied the fourth most blocks on the team with 39, including 10 block solos ... also added 19 digs, five service aces, and four assists on the year ... set career high in kills twice with 14 in back-to-back games versus Cleveland State and IUPUI Sept. 17 at the Hoosier Classic ... had career high in digs (five) and assists (three) at App State Sept. 23 ... compiled two service aces against UT Martin Sept. 9 for career high ... set career high with a .632 attacking percentage versus IUPUI Sept. 17 ... named to the SBC Commissioner's List.

SOPHOmORE SEASON (2015): Saw action in nine matches with six starts ... recorded 22 kills on a .300 hitting percentage ... also had 22 blocks in 22 sets along with three digs and an assist ... had season highs in kills (8), hitting percentage (.615), and blocks (6) at South Alabama Sept. 18 ... named to the SBC Commissioner's List. FRESHmAN SEASON (2014): Played in 11 matches and 32 sets ... registered 41 kills on a .330 hitting percentage ... had 21 blocks, including four block solos ... had a season-high 12 kills against Memphis Sept. 6 ... had season bests in hitting percentage (.600) and blocks (7) against UAPB on Sept. 12.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter for Helias High School in Jefferson City, Mo. ... earned All-District and All-Region honors during junior and senior campaigns ... team captain as a senior in 2013 ... helped the Lady Crusaders win two district titles and earn one sectional appearance ... named to Academic All-State team all four years ... second player in school history to register 300 kills in a season and holds school record for block assists ... named to 2010 Frosh 59 list, which honored the 59 best varsity freshman in the country ... helped her club team to a nationals bid ... also played basketball ... member of National Honor Society, Club International, Sports Medicine Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), and Ping Pong Club ... honor roll student and Zonta Club student of the month. PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Lorna Murphy ... born on July 19, 1996 ... has not decided on a major ... enjoys shopping, watching Netflix, and spending time with her friends and family.

Season 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL

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SP mP K K/S 32 11 41 1.28 22 9 22 1.00 70 23 157 2.24 124 43 220 1.77

E TA Pct 12 88 .330 7 50 .300 45 317 .353 64 455 .343

CAREER STATISTICS A A/S SA SE RE DIG D/S BS 1 0.03 1 1 0 6 0.19 4 1 0.05 0 0 0 3 0.14 6 4 0.06 5 16 0 19 0.27 10 6 0.05 6 17 0 28 0.23 20

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BA 17 16 29 62

TB 21 22 39 82

B/S BE BHE 0.66 2 0 1.00 2 0 0.56 3 1 0.66 7 1


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A-State Returnees: Drew Jones

Drew Jones outside hitter 6-2 | Senior Fort Smith, Ark. | Southside HS

JUNIOR SEASON (2016): Competed in 14 matches with four starts in injury-plagued season ... tallied 81 kills for a 3.00 per set average on a .222 attacking percentage ... accumulated 53 digs, five blocks, four service aces, and four assists on the year ... tied career high with 20 kills against TCU Aug. 27 and also added 10 digs for only double-double of season ... earned all-tournament honors at TCU Invitational after registering 44 kills (4.00 per set) with 20 digs ... injured leg Sept. 2 and didn't return until Oct. 1 ... named to SBC Commissioner's List.

Jones Career Highs

Kills:

Attacks:

Hitting %: Digs: Assists: Aces:

Blocks:

Season 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL

20 - Twice Last at TCU (8/27/16) 63 - Twice Last at TCU (8/27/16) .583 - at SLU (9/2/16) 17 - at LR (10/7/15) 3 - Twice Last at LR (10/7/15) 4 - Twice Last at LR (10/7/15) 5 - Twice Last at TXST (11/28/14)

SOPHOmORE SEASON (2015): Played in all of the team's 106 sets with starts in all 30 matches ... second on the team in kills with 340 for a 3.21 per set mark on a .184 attacking percentage ... totaled 1,169 attempts on the season to lead team ... had the most service aces on the team with 36 against 17 service errors ... also tallied third-most digs on the squad with 239 (2.25 per set) ... recorded 47 blocks and 26 assists ... second on the team in double-doubles with six and all of them featured double-digit kills and digs ... 3.21 kills per set ranked fifth in the SBC, while her 0.34 service aces per set mark ranked in a tie for third in the league ... named MVP of the Redhawks Invitational ... set career highs in digs with 17 at Little Rock Oct. 7 and had four aces against Little Rock Oct. 7 and UT Arlington Sept. 25 ... registered season high in kills twice (at Little Rock Oct. 7 and at Troy Sept. 19) ... earned a spot on the SBC Commissioner's List.

FRESHmAN SEASON (2014): Played in all 31 matches and 113 of team's 114 sets ... had the second-most kills on the team with 298 (2.64 per set) on a .219 attacking percentage ... won the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Week award twice ... earned her first-career all-tournament accolades at the University of Memphis Invitational ... recorded 49 blocks, including 12 block solos on the year ... also added 89 digs and five service aces on the year ... registered a double-double with 14 kills and 12 digs against Memphis Sept. 6 ... tallied a season-high 20 kills against Appalachian State Oct. 24 ... hit a season-high .571 against Georgia State Oct. 10 ... had season-best 15 digs against South Alabama Sept. 27 and had five blocks in two different contests. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter for the Confederettes of Southside High School in Fort Smith, Ark. ... three-time All-Conference and All-State player and was named 7A State Tournament MVP as a senior after leading Southside to a 34-3 record and 7A State Championship ... registered 388 kills on an attack percentage of .431, 151 blocks and 23 service aces during senior season ... named AllArkansas Prep Volleyball Player of the Year ... awarded 2013 Gatorade Arkansas Volleyball Player of the Year ... earned a spot on the 2013 PrepVolleyball.com All-American team and was only player from Arkansas to be listed on the team of the top 150 players in the nation ... member of National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... made the Honor Roll and won the All A's Award ... Arkansas Scholar ... also participated in basketball and track and field. PERSONAL: Born June 22, 1996 ... daughter of Dan and Casey Jones ... volunteered at Special Olympics, as math tutor, and as youth basketball and volleyball camp counselor ... majoring in accounting and finance ... enjoys watching Netflix, reading, eating, and sleeping.

SP mP K K/S E TA 113 31 298 2.64 89 954 106 30 340 3.21 125 1169 27 14 81 3.00 24 259 246 75 719 2.92 238 2382

CAREER STATISTICS Pct A A/S SA SE RE DIG D/S BS .219 7 0.06 5 11 6 89 0.79 12 .184 26 0.25 36 17 19 239 2.25 6 .220 4 0.15 4 4 5 53 1.96 1 .202 37 0.15 45 32 30 381 1.55 19

BA 37 41 4 82

TB 49 47 5 101

B/S BE BHE 0.43 4 3 0.44 9 1 0.19 0 0 0.41 13 4

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A-State Returnees: Nicole Knight

Nicole Knight Defensive Specialist 5-8 | Senior Fort Smith, Ark. | Northside HS

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JUNIOR SEASON (2016): Played in 30 total matches and 49 sets during junior campaign ... solid server that registered nine aces on the year ... also added four digs and three assists ... recorded a career-high two service aces versus UCA Sept. 8 ... seasonhigh two digs against Cleveland State Sept. 17 ... named to SBC Commissioner's List.

SOPHOmORE SEASON (2015): Appeared in three matches and drew first career start in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament Championship against Appalachian State Nov. 22 ... totaled 16 digs for a 2.67 per set average and also had one service ace ... recorded a career-high 10 digs against Little Rock in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament Semifinals and followed with six digs and a service ace in the championship match.

Knight Career Highs

Kills: Attacks: Digs: Assists: Aces:

0 0 10 - vs. LR (11/21/15) 1 - Three Times Last at GSU (10/29/16) 2 - UCA (9/8/16)

FRESHmAN SEASON (2014): Saw limited action in three sets in three different games at defensive specialist as a true freshman ... picked up only two digs of the season against UAPB on Sept. 12 as part of the SIU-Edwardsville Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Northside High School in Fort Smith, Ark. ... team captain for the Lady Bears as a senior ... led the team in kills and digs during senior campaign ... earned All-Conference honors during junior and senior seasons ... garnered AllState honors as a senior after leading Northside to the 7A State Tournament semifinals ... participated in the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star game ... also played basketball ... named an Arkansas Scholar, made the Honor Roll, and graduated top 5% of her class. PERSONAL: Daughter of Tom and Karen Knight ... born on December 8, 1995 ... majoring in psychology ... enjoys watching Netflix, volleyball, eating, and sleeping.

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CAREER STATISTICS A A/S SA SE RE DIG D/S BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 0 0.00 0 0 0 2 0.67 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 1 4 0 16 2.67 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 3 0.06 9 16 0 4 0.08 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 0.05 10 20 0 22 0.38 0 0 0 0.00 0 0

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A-State Returnees: Carlisa May

Carlisa May outside hitter 5-10 | junior lee’s Summit, Mo. | lee’s summit west Hs

may Career Highs

Kills: Attacks: Hitting %: Digs:

Assists: Aces: Blocks:

26 - at LR (10/7/15) 55 - at LR (10/7/15) .667 - Twice Last UTM (9/9/16) 6 - Twice Last vs NWST (8/26/16) 1 - Five Times Last at UTA (11/19/16) 0 4 - at LR (10/7/15)

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SOPHOmORE SEASON (2016): Appeared in all 33 of the team's matches with 26 starts and played in 114 of the squad's 115 sets ... earned Honorable Mention AVCA All-Southwest Region honors ... named the Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Year ... earned First-Team All-SBC honors for second straight season ... led the team with 445 kills for a 3.90 per set mark with both marks leading the league ... hit .250 on the year and also contributed 50 digs, 32 blocks (10 solo), and three assists ... earned SBC Offensive Player of the Week accolades on Oct. 3 and Nov. 7 to give her 10 weekly awards for her career ... earned all-tournament honors at the TCU Invitational, Hoosier Classic, and Sun Belt Conference Tournament ... tallied season-high 22 kills in 3-1 win at Indiana Sept. 16 ... had 20 kills against UT Arlington Nov. 4 ... registered double-digit kills in 27 matches ... hit .667 vs UT Martin Sept. 9 with nine kills on 12 attempts with one error ... picked up career-high six digs vs. Northwestern State in season opener Aug. 26 ... named to SBC Academic Honor Roll. FRESHmAN SEASON (2015): Played in all 30 matches with 14 starts and played in 102 of the team's 106 sets ... recorded one of the best freshman campaigns in school history by earning Honorable Mention All-American honors from the AVCA and All-Southwest Region accolades ... was named the AVCA Southwest Region Freshman of the Year and Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year ... earned First-Team All-SBC recognition after leading the team in kills with 365 (3.58 per set) on a .300 hitting percentage ... her 3.58 kills per set mark ranked in a tie for third in the league, while the .300 attack percentage was sixth ... won school record seven SBC Freshman of the Week awards, including six straight from weeks three through eight ... also won the SBC Offensive Student-Athlete of the Week award for week three and was recognized by PrepVolleyball.com as a National Player of the Week during week three ... named to the PrepVolleyball.com All-Freshman team ... claimed the SBC Tournament MVP after registering 44 kills on a .379 hitting percentage during the three matches ... also had 46 digs and 32 blocks defensively ... made the Golden Hurricane Classic All-Tournament squad ... had season-high 26 kills at Little Rock Oct. 7 along with a seasonbest four blocks ... hit a season-high .619 against South Alabama Oct. 16 at home ... named the Arkansas State Female Freshman of the Year at "The stAte Awards."

HIGH SCHOOL: Named First-Team All-State, All-District, and All-Region as a junior and senior at Lee's Summit West High School ... earned All-Conference honors from 2012-14 and All-District as a sophomore ... named to Mo-Kan All-Tournament and All-Star teams as a senior ... 944 kills in her career, including a career-high 30 in a single match ... finalist for the Evelyn Gates Award, which is given to the top high school volleyball student-athlete in the Kansas City area ... 2014-15 Cotillion Participant Youth Development and Scholarship Program of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. PERSONAL: Daughter of Carlton and Tammie May ... birthday is Feb. 25, 1997.

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SP mP K K/S E 102 30 365 3.58 128 114 33 445 3.90 183 216 63 810 3.75 311

TA 791 1047 1838

CAREER STATISTICS Pct A A/S SA SE RE DIG D/S BS .300 2 0.02 0 0 1 46 0.45 5 .250 3 0.03 0 1 2 50 0.44 10 .271 5 0.02 0 1 3 96 0.44 15

BA 27 22 49

TB 32 32 64

B/S BE BHE 0.31 4 0 0.28 5 0 0.30 9 0

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A-State Returnees: Kenzie Fields

Kenzie Fields outside hitter 6-1 | redshirt sophomore Bartlett, Tenn. | Bartlett Hs

Fields Career Highs

Kills: Attacks: Hitting %: Digs: Assists: Aces: Blocks:

18 - vs. Cal Poly (9/3/16) 56 - vs. Cal Poly (9/3/16) .375 - LR (10/24/16) 16 - USA (10/21/16) 4 - at SLU (9/2/16) 4 - Twice Last USA (10/21/16) 4 - at LR (11/11/16)

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REDSHIRT FRESHmAN SEASON (2016): Appeared in all 33 matches with 31 starts and played in 108 sets ... earned the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year award ... tabbed Second-Team All-SBC ... compiled the second most kills on the team with 288 and third highest kills per set mark with 2.67 ... earned SBC Freshman of the Week honors Sept. 5 and Nov. 14 ... had the second most doubledoubles on the team with six, all in kills and digs ... registered career-high 18 kills versus Cal Poly Sept. 3 ... tallied 11 kills on career-best .375 hitting percentage against Little Rock Oct. 24 ... led team with 32 service aces and had fourth most digs on the team with 238 (2.20 per set) ... also had 40 blocks on the year (eight block solos) and handed out 19 assists ... set career high in service aces with four on two separate occasions (Sept. 6 at Ole Miss and Oct. 21 vs. South Alabama) ... tallied season-high 16 digs against USA Oct. 21 ... had four blocks in win over Little Rock Nov. 11 for season high and four assists at Saint Louis Sept. 2 ... named to SBC Commissioner's List. FRESHmAN SEASON (2015): Redshirted during the 2015 season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Started on varsity squad all four years at Bartlett High School ... earned District Player of the Year all four seasons ... named the region and district tournament MVP all four seasons ... All-State selection in 2012 ... Commercial Appeal Best of Preps Finalist from 2012-14 ... finalist for All-Metro Player of the Year ... led state of Tennessee with 704 kills as a senior ... also tallied 256 digs, 72 service aces, and 49 blocks as a senior ... named to PrepVolleyball.com Academic All-American Team ... registered a 4.25 GPA and was a member of National Honor Society and Beta Club ... will have her jersey retired by Bartlett High School. PERSONAL: Daughter of Art and Diane Fields ... birthday is Sept. 26, 1996.

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CAREER STATISTICS SP mP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE RE DIG D/S BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 108 33 288 2.67 148 972 .144 19 0.18 32 34 14 238 2.20 8 32 40 0.37 4 2 108 33 288 2.67 148 972 .144 19 0.18 32 34 14 238 2.20 8 32 40 0.37 4 2

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A-State Returnees: Diane Phillips

Diane phillips Defensive Specialist 5-7 | Sophomore Marion, Ark. | Marion HS

FRESHmAN SEASON (2016): Did not record any statistics during 2016 season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner for Marion High School ... led the Lady Patriots to an Arkansas Activities Association Class 6A state championship in 2015 as a senior after a runner-up finish in 2014 ... four-time all-conference honoree to go along with a three-time all-state and all-state tournament selection ... named the 2015 Class 6A state tournament MVP ... won the Wendy's High School Heisman in 2015 ... set school records in kills (1,448) and digs (1,959) ... Best of Preps Metro Selection by The Commercial Appeal in 2014 and 2015 ... played for the Memphis Metro Volleyball Club ... honor graduate.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Diane and Woody Wheeless ... majoring in speech pathology ... birthday is Nov. 24 ... enjoys watching Netflix. Season 2016 TOTAL

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A-State Returnees: Madison Turner

Madison Turner Middle Blocker 6-4 | Sophomore Drexel, Mo. | Louisburg (Kan.) HS

FRESHmAN SEASON (2016): Did not record any statistics during 2016 season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Louisburg High School in Louisburg, Kan., ... helped lead the Lady Cats to a Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) Class 4A Division I state tournament third-place finish as a senior ... led the team in blocks (266) and kills (327), including one match where she registered 20 kills and 20 blocks, and ended the season with a .408 hitting percentage ... named to the 2015 all-state tournament team in Class 4A ... earned 2015 MO-KAN All-Tournament and All-Star team honors ... helped the team to a 2013 KSHSAA Class 4A state tournament runner-up finish as a sophomore and fourth-place mark as a junior in 2014 ... graduated top 10 percent of class ... member of National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Brad and Amy Turner ... majoring in nursing ... enjoys shopping ... birthday is Oct. 25. Season 2016 TOTAL

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A-State newcomers: Ellie Watkins/Sheridan Webb

Ellie Watkins Setter 5-10 | junior Weldon Spring, Mo. | Pitt/Lutheran HS

PITTSBURGH (2016): Appeared in 117 sets during the 2016 campaign ... dished out 86 assists with 20 blocks, 15 digs, and two kills ... helped Pitt register a 25-9 record and advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... tallied a season-high 20 assists in addition to five digs against Missouri ... had one assist and one dig in Pitt’s NCAA Tournament victory over #23 Dayton in the first round. PITTSBURGH (2015): Saw action in one match ... handed out two assists.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Lutheran High School in St. Peters, Mo. ... led the Cougars to three straight district championships from 2012-14 ... first-team AllState honoree as a senior and garnered second-team All-State accolades as a junior ... two-time St. Louis AAA Conference Player of the Year in 2013 and 2014 ... three-year starter ... ranked in the top 50 by PrepVolleyball.com.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Brian and Shannon Watkins ‌ has a younger brother named Drew ... birthday is April 23.

Sheridan Webb Setter 5-11 | freshman southlake, texas | southlake carroll HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Southlake Carroll High School in Southlake, Texas ... helped the Lady Dragons to a 43-7 record as a senior and appearance in the 6A State Tournament semifinals ... earned Honorable Mention All-District 5-6A honors ... led club team Skyline to national championship in 2015 ... top server at Skyline with 101 aces ... named to the all-tournament team at 2016 national competition ... tabbed Academic All-State. PERSONAL: Daughter of Sheila and Jim Webb ... birthday is Nov. 3 ... majoring in pre-med biology ... enjoys reading.

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A-State newcomers: Peyton Uhlenhake/timber terrell

peyton Uhlenhake outside hitter 5-10 | freshman overland Park, Kan. | blue valley west hs

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letter winner at Blue Valley West High School in Overland Park, Kan. ... team captain as a senior ... helped the Jaguars a 42-2 mark and 6A State Runner-Up finish in 2016 ... led Blue Valley West High School to a 40-4 record and Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) 6A State Championship as a junior ... two-time All-State selection, two-time All-Eastern Kansas League honoree, and three-time Kansas Volleyball Association All-Academic FirstTeam member ... named to the AVCA/Under Armour Phenom List in 2014 and 2015 and was on the AVCA/Under Armour All-American Watch List in 2016 ... earned Special Mention All-American recognition in 2016 ... recorded MO-KAN All-Star Team honors in 2016.

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PERSONAL: Daughter of Todd and Erin Uhlenhake ... birthday is March 9 ... born in Milwaukee, Wis. ... majoring in exercise science.

Timber Terrell middle Blocker 5-11 | freshman wheeling, Ill. | wheeling HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner for Wheeling High School ... earned All-Conference and All-Area selections from 2015-17 ... totaled more than 1,000 career kills, including a team-high 397 as a senior when she helped the team to a regional championship and co-division championship ... led team in serve-receive efficiency, hitting efficiency, digs (397), and blocks (73) ... also a standout track and field athlete for the Wildcats ... all-academic senior ... three years on the Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Daughter of James and Monique Terrell ... Birthday is Oct. 19 ... majoring in exercise science ... enjoys drawing and listening to music.

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A-State newcomers: Madison Brown/Tatum Ticknor

madison brown outside hitter 6-1 | freshman Cabot, ark. | Cabot HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Cabot High School where she was a threeyear starter ... led the state of Arkansas in 2016 as a senior with 492 kills (4.82 per set) ... named an Honorable Mention AVCA/Under Armour AllAmerican ... also named Special Mention All-American by PrepVolleyball.com ... won All-Conference accolades three years and was All-State in 2014 and 2016 ... tabbed All-State Tournament team as a senior ... earned AVCA/Under Armour Phenom status in 2015 ... ended her high school career with 998 kills, 502 digs, 165 blocks, and 151 aces ... claimed highest honorable mention status in 2014 on PrepVolleyball.com Sophomore 79 ... played club volleyball for Conway Juniors, Golden Suns, and most recently Fatchmo Valley ... member of National Honor Society.

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PERSONAL: Daughter of Justin and Cynnamon Brown ... birthday is Feb. 11 ... majoring in accounting ... enjoys camping and hanging out with friends.

tatum ticknor Defensive Specialist/libero 5-8 | freshman grapevine, texas | colleyville heritage hs

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner for the Lady Panthers of Colleyville Heritage High School ... 2016 Texas Association of Volleyball Coaches All-State Libero ... 2016 TAVC All-Star Team ... Texas Girls Coaches Association Academic All-State as a senior ... 8-5A District Defensive MVP and First-Team AllDistrict during senior year ... 2016 Fort Worth Star Telegram All-Area Libero ... Dallas Morning News All-Area Libero as a senior ... named team MVP junior and senior campaigns ... led the team and district in digs ... helped team to regional quarterfinal appearance in 5A State Tournament ... won a Dallas-Fort Worth Player of the Week award as a senior ... team captain as a junior and senior ... named an AVCA/Under Armour Phenom in 2015 ... two-time, Second-Team AllDistrict selection ... earned a Prep Volleyball Defensive Dandy award as a sophomore in 2014 ... four-time academic all-district honoree ... member of National Honor Society ... CHHS Principal Scholar.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Tracy Ticknor ... birthday is Jan. 30 ... majoring in education ... enjoys participating in National Charity League.

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A-State newcomers: Sara Betts/Ryley Gill

Sara Betts Outside Hitter 5-10 | freshman Marion, Ark.| Marion HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner for Marion High School ... threetime All-Conference selection and was named to the 6A All-State Tournament team the past three seasons ... helped the Patriots to three straight 6A State Championship games with a win during her junior season ... won an AVCA/Under Armour Phenom award as a senior ... named the Marion Chamber of Commerce Player of the Week once as a senior ... named Patriot Scholar ... made All A's Honor Roll.

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PERSONAL: Daughter of Pam Betts ... birthday is April 14 ... majoring in exercise science ... enjoys cooking.

Ryley Gill Defensive Specialist/Libero 5-5 | freshman Ashburn, Va. | Stone Bridge HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, Va. ... named First-Team All-Conference 14 as a senior ... named 5A First-Team AllState as a senior ... chosen by the Washington Post as All-Metro DC First-Team libero ... recognized by Loudoun County Times as Outstanding Libero ... earned Most Outstanding Female Athlete honors at SBHS as a senior ... recognized for leadership with Coaches' Award during senior campaign ... helped the Lady Bulldogs to a regular-season conference championship in 2016 ... led team to a 5A Virginia High School League (VHSL) State Championship during her junior season in 2015 ... was a VHSL 5A All-State selection as a libero in 2015 and also garnered VHSL 5A North Region First-Team honors ... picked up Conference 14 First-Team libero honors ... led VHSL 5A in digs as a junior ... made the academic honor roll as a junior and senior ... earned Prep Volleyball Defensive Dandy award as a sophomore in 2014.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Craig and Mary Chris Gill ... birthday is Dec. 10 ... majoring in exercise science ... enjoys electronic dance music, participating in Young Life, socializing with friends and her sisters, traveling and playing with animals.

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David Rehr

A-State head coach: David Rehr Sixth Year • Career Record: 501-117 (18) • A-State Record: 108-54 (6)

Two-time Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year David Rehr

enters his sixth season as head coach of the A-State volleyball squad and 18th season overall as a head coach in 2017. Rehr has compiled an overall record of 501-117 (.811) over his time as a head coach, which included stints at Blinn College and Frank Phillips College before being named the seventh head coach in A-State volleyball history. He’s registered a 108-54 (.667) record through his first five seasons at Arkansas State. 2016 was another banner year for the Red Wolves volleyball program that has become accustomed to success as A-State went 25-8 and 15-1 in SBC play to win the Sun Belt Conference's West Division and earn the top seed in the league tournament. The Red Wolves lost 3-1 in the tournament final to Coastal Carolina and narrowly missed out on making the NCAA Tournament for the second season in a row. Rehr accomplished a personal feat by winning his 500th career match in a 3-0 victory over Georgia State Nov. 18, 2016 in the first round of the SBC Tournament. He also saw the A-State program register its 1,000th victory on Nov. 4, 2016 against UT Arlington as the Red Wolves became the 18th program with 1,000 or more wins in NCAA history. Additionally, he was named the SBC Coach of the Year for the second straight campaign and helped the team 25 or more wins in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1994 and 1995. Markie Schaedig became the first player in AState history to be named an All-American twice with AVCA Honorable Mention honors in addition to winning the SBC Defensive Player of the Year for the third straight season. She also added All-American honors from PrepVolleyball.com along with setter Mallory Warrington. Schaedig earned the honor in 2014 as well, while Carlisa May was an All-American in 2015 to give Rehr five total All-American selections at Arkansas State, which are also the only five All-Americans in school history. Schaedig, Warrington, May, and Kelsey Reis earned All-SBC First Team accolades during 2016, while Kenzie Fields was a Second-Team selection and was the league's Freshman of the Year. Warrington was tabbed Setter of the Year and May earned Offensive Player of the Year honors. Schaedig and Warrington

were named to the AVCA All-Southwest Region team, while May earned Honorable Mention status. The 2015 season was one for the record books as Rehr led the team to a 28-2 mark with a .933 winning percentage, which is the second best in school history. The team was a perfect 16-0 in Sun Belt Conference play for its first outright conference championship since 1998 and also won the SBC Tournament for the first time since 1999 to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since that season. It was the program's fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Rehr was named the 2015 SBC Coach the Year and also took home the American Volleyball Coaches Association Southwest Region Coach of the Year. Additionally, he helped A-State's Carlisa May to the AVCA AllAmerican Honorable Mention Team, which was the team's second All-American in school history with Markie Schaedig in 2014. Additionally, Rehr oversaw the selection of five All-SBC players (four first-team) with May earning Freshman of the Year honors, Schaedig picking up the Defensive Student-Athlete of the Year award, and Mallory Warrington taking home the Setter of the Year award. May, Schaedig, and Warrington were named to the AVCA All-Southwest Region Team, while Darby Graff was named to the AVCA All-Southwest Region Honorable Mention squad. The 2014 season was a good one for the Red Wolves as the team won 21 games, the most since the 2011 season, when that squad also registered a 21-10 record. A-State advanced to the SBC Tournament semifinals for the third straight season after not winning a game in the conference tournament since the 2000 season before he arrived. The Red Wolves finished tied for second in the conference with a 15-5 SBC record, their best finish since the 2011 squad won the West Division of the Sun Belt. There were also several individual accolades for the Red Wolves as Markie Schaedig led the nation in digs per set (6.68) and total digs with 762, which is also the Arkansas State school record for digs in a season. She won the 2014 SBC Defensive Player of the Year and became the first player in A-State history to receive an AVCA All-American honor by being named an Honorable Mention selection. Additionally, Mallory Warrington was named to the All-Sun Belt Conference second team after an outstanding sophomore campaign. During his second season as head coach of the Red Wolves, he led the 2013 squad to a 15-20 record and an appearance in the semifinals of the Sun Belt

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Conference Tournament after defeating UALR 3-2 in the first round; marking the first time A-State won a match in back-to-back SBC Tournaments since 1999-2000. Under his guidance, Megan Baska became the second player in school history to record 2,000 digs and finished her career with the second most digs at Arkansas State with 2,190. In his first season as Arkansas State's head coach he led the Red Wolves to a 19-14 record and 8-6 mark in conference play. Coach Rehr led A-State to its first Sun Belt Conference Tournament win since 2000 with a 3-1 victory over UALR in the first round. Under his leadership, Allison Kearney earned a spot on the AllSBC First Team, while Baska was named to the All-SBC Second Team. Prior to being named the head coach at Arkansas State, Rehr spent nine seasons at Blinn College in Texas. During his time at Blinn he led the Buccaneers to two NJCAA National Championships (2008 and 2011), was a two-time NJCAA National Tournament Coach of the Year, a three-time AVCA Southwest Region Coach of the Year and a nine-time NJCAA District Coach of the Year. While at Blinn, Rehr posted a 313-35 record and led the Buccaneers to eight regional championships including six straight from 2003-08. He helped Blinn win its first national championship in 2008, guiding the Buccaneers to a 33-2 mark. He again led Blinn to a national title in 2011 with a perfect 38-0 record that ended with a four-set victory over Western Wyoming in the NJCAA National Championship match. When he arrived at Blinn in 2003 he won his first 41 matches as head coach and led the school to their first appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament that

The Rehr File

Birthday ................................June 26 Hometown .........Satellite Beach, Fla. High School ....................Satellite HS Alma Mater.............South Florida ‘97 Wife.........................................Felicia Son ...........................................Noah Daughter ..................................Rylee Record at A-State ........108-54 (.667) Career Record ...........501-117 (.811) SBC Record...................63-21 (.750) SBC Tournament Record...8-4 (.667) SBC Championships .......................2 SBC Tourney Championships .........1 NCAA Tournament App. ..................1 NJCAA Nat. Championships ...........2 NJCAA Con. Championships ........10

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same year. He was inducted into the NJCAA Volleyball Coaches Hall of Fame on Nov. 16, 2011. From 2007-11 Rehr served as Blinn's Director of Athletics and helped guide to the school to success in other sports. In 2009 the Buccaneer football team won the NJCAA National Championship, the fourth in the program's history. The squad was led by eventual 2010 Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton. Prior to coaching at Blinn College, Rehr coached for three seasons at Frank Phillips College in Texas, where he amassed an 80-28 record. In 2002 he led the squad to the regional championship and an NJCAA tournament appearance. The Lady Plainsmen won the Western Junior College Athletic Conference title in 2001 and 2002, going undefeated in conference play both seasons. Rehr was named the WJCAC Volleyball Coach of the year both seasons, as well as winning the District C Volleyball Coach of the Year award in 2002. During his career, Rehr has helped lead teams to 10 conference championships, 10 NJCAA regional championships and nine NJCAA tournament appearances. He has coached 14 NJCAA All-Americans, 12 AVCA All-Americans, 10 NJCAA Academic All-Americans, 56 all-region players and 48 all-conference players. A native of Tampa, Fla., Rehr attended Brevard Community College in Melbourne, Fla., where he was a student assistant with the volleyball program. He earned both his Bachelors of Science in Wellness and Masters of Arts in Physical Education from the University of South Florida in Tampa. He and his wife, Felicia, were married in 2005. They have a son named Noah and a daughter named Rylee.


Brian Gerwig

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assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator • first Season

Brian Gerwig was hired as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator on Jan. 18, 2017. He coaches A-State's outside hitters and middle blockers while playing an integral role in opponent scouting and game planning along with his recruiting responsibilities.

He came to A-State from George Washington University, where the GW volleyball program registered 70 wins during his four years as an assistant coach, including back-to-back 20+ win campaigns in 2014 and 2015.

A native of Louisville, Ky., Gerwig was responsible for scouting and game planning for the Colonials and coached six Atlantic 10 All-Conference selections during his four-year tenure. His first season with the program in 2013 saw GW post a 10-4 mark in A10 play, the most league wins since 2002, and also win a match in the conference tournament for the first time since 2006. The momentum from 2013 carried over into 2014 as the Colonials registered a 22-8 record with an 11-3 mark in Atlantic 10 matches and advanced to the conference tournament championship match for the first time since the 2002 campaign with the help of Gerwig. George Washington posted another successful season in 2015 with a 21-11 record and advanced to the A10 Conference Tournament semifinals for the third season in a row before experiencing a down season in 2016. Prior to his time at GW, Gerwig spent 2012 as a volunteer assistant coach at Western Kentucky, helping the Lady Toppers to their most successful season in the history of the program. WKU finished with a 33-4 overall record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. He worked in all aspects of the game with an emphasis on the defense and blockers. He helped coach two AllAmericans and SBC Defensive Player of the Year, Ashley Potts. Prior to his stint at Western Kentucky, Gerwig was the varsity volleyball head coach at Trinity High School in Louisville, Ky., guiding the Rocks to a 17-4 overall record in 2012 and their first state championship since the 2005 season.

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A-State Volleyball

ross Kessler

Assistant Coach • first Season

Ross Kessler was named an assistant coach at Arkansas State on Feb. 13, 2017.

Kessler coaches the setters for the Red Wolves and has additional responsibilities in opponent scouting a game planning. A native of Louisville, Ky., Kessler was responsible for coaching the defense and the recruiting coordinator for the Trojans in 2016. He helped the defense for Troy average 13.80 digs per set and saw six players tally 120 or more digs. The Trojans also had two players finish with 95 or more blocks.

Kessler spent the 2015 season at Georgia Southern where he was responsible for the Eagles' setters and liberoes, including Alex Beecher who led the Sun Belt with 5.57 digs per set. Kessler was also responsible for opponent scouting, film breakdown and, before coming to Troy, was the program's acting recruiting coordinator. He spent the 2014 campaign as a volunteer assistant coach at Kentucky. The Wildcats went 27-6 overall, finished second in the SEC with a 15-3 mark and earned an at-large into the NCAA Championships as the No. 13 national seed. They were ranked in the AVCA Coaches Top 25 Poll all season, climbing to as high as 12th before finishing 17th. A three-time state champion for Trinity High School in Louisville, Kessler has been coaching at the collegiate and club level since he was a freshman at Butler University in 2005.

He spent two seasons coaching for the Kentucky Indiana Volleyball Association's 18 team. As an assistant coach in 2014, he guided the squad to a third-place finish at the AAU National Championships. Kessler began his coaching career as a student at Butler University. As a freshman in 2005, he was one of two cofounders of the Women's Club Volleyball Program. He was elected head coach of the team and built the program from a team of nine girls to a three-team program which competes on the national stage. In addition to his duties with the club program, where he was head coach for four years, Kessler served as a student assistant coach with the Butler women's volleyball team for two seasons. Kessler also competed for the Butler University men's club volleyball team in each of his four years in Indianapolis and was elected president at the end of his freshman year. He was the team's starting setter for four years.

Kessler earned his Bachelors of Economics degree from Butler University in 2009. He received his Masters of Business Administration degree from Bellarmine University in 2012.

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Kelsey Reis

A-State Volleyball

student Assistant Coach • first Season

Kelsey Reis was named a student assistant coach for Arkansas State on Aug. 16, 2017

Reis, a native of Smithton, Ill., played for the Red Wolves from 2013-16 along with Schaedig. She will handle a good portion of the day-to-day operations of the program along with some coaching responsibilities. The former middle blocker was a two-time First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference selection in 2015 and 2016.

Reis finished her collegiate career at A-State with a .302 hitting percentage, good enough to rank as the seventh best in school history. Additionally, she registered 399 blocks during her career, which is the eighth most in program history. She led the squad in blocks in three of her four campaigns.

Markie Schaedig

Student Assistant Coach • first Season

Markie Schaedig was named a student assistant coach for the AState volleyball program on Aug. 16, 2017.

A native of Little Rock, Ark., Schaedig will help coach the team's back row and libero, the position she excelled at for the last three seasons at A-State. She was the program's first All-American with Honorable Mention honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) in 2014 and claimed the accolade once again to become the Red Wolves' first two-time All-American.

Additionally, Schaedig was a three-time Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year from 201416 and was First-Team All-SBC all three of those seasons. She garnered AVCA All-Southwest Region accolades from 2014-16 and finished with the third most digs in school history with 2,153 during her four-year career. She set the school record for digs in a season in 2014 with 762 and led the nation with a 6.68 per set mark.

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The 2016 campaign for the A-State volleyball squad was another success as head coach David Rehr guided the Red Wolves to a 25-8 record and 15-1 mark in Sun Belt Conference play to win the West Division. The division title was the second straight regular-season conference championship for the team and earned them the top seed in the SBC Tournament. The 25 wins paired with last year’s 28 gave the team back-to-back 25+ win seasons for the first time since 1994-95. However, the Red Wolves’ 25 wins and final RPI of 55 weren’t enough to earn the program its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance after dropping the SBC Tournament finals to Coastal Carolina. Despite the disappointment of the end of the season, A-State accomplished several feats including its first win over a school from the Big 10 (a 3-1 win at Indiana Sept. 16) and also defeated ACC opponent NC State 3-0 Aug. 27. Those two wins represented the first time since 2000 that the Red Wolves had defeated two teams from “Power 5” leagues. Additionally, A-State hosted a non-conference tournament for the first time since 2010 and finished second in the event with a 2-1 record. Conference play was again a strong point as Arkansas State ran its conference win streak to 20 before losing at Texas State Oct. 7. The Red Wolves wouldn’t experience another loss in league play to finish 15-1 as the team claimed the West Division title. The program will enter the 2017 season with wins in 46 of its last 52 SBC matches dating back through the 2014 campaign. A-State also ran its stretch of winning at least one game in the league tournament to five seasons after previously not winning a game in the event since 2000. A large chunk of this success also came after senior-to-be Drew Jones went down with an injury on the second weekend of the season. The Fort Smith, Ark., native

2016 Year in Review

was expected to be a stalwart in the team’s lineup after an impressive sophomore season, but missed around two months before returning late in the year. The Red Wolves were recognized for a number of individual awards at the conclusion of the season with none more impressive than Markie Schaedig earning Honorable Mention All-American nods from the AVCA and PrepVolleyball.com. Schaedig became the first two-time All-American in school history and ended her career with 2,153 digs to rank as the third most in school history. Additionally, the Little Rock, Ark., native earned the SBC Defensive Player of the Year award for the third consecutive season and also garnered First-Team All-SBC accolades. Setter Mallory Warrington was also recognized for her fantastic play as she finished second in the nation with an 11.93 assists per set average and earned Honorable Mention All-American honors from PrepVolleyball.com. She was tabbed the SBC Setter of the Year, First-Team All-Conference, and also won 10 of the league’s 12 Setter of the Week awards. Additionally, she became the ninth member of the 1,000-1,000 Club in digs (1,183) and assists (4,296) with the 4,296 dimes representing the third most in school history. Carlisa May was named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year and was a First-Team All-SBC selection after leading the team with 445 kills. Kelsey Reis also earned First-Team All-Conference honors for the second season in a row after leading the team in blocks with 81 and ending her career with the eighth most blocks in school history at 399. Kenzie Fields was a revelation during the season as she won the SBC Freshman of the Year and was a Second-Team All-Conference performer. Fields was second on the team with 288 kills and led the team with 32 aces. Last, but certainly not least, Coach Rehr won his second straight SBC Coach of the Year award.

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2016 Overall Individual Stats Arkansas State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 20, 2017) All matches Overall record: 25-8 Conf: 15-1 Home: 9-3 Away: 11-3 Neutral: 5-2 Attack ##

Player

2

May, Carlisa Jones, Drew Fields, Kenzie Weaver, Brentlee Murphy, Anna Reis, Kelsey Uke, Jessica Holmes, Shelby Manoa, Pulotu Warrington, Mallory Petersen, Lauren Weeks, Alden Schaedig, Markie Cline, Lindsay Heuertz, Jessica Knight, Nicole ARKANSAS STATE Opponents

14 6 5 13 16 11 10 12 7 9 22 1 4 18 15

sp mp-ms

114 27 108 59 70 98 72 50 3 115 3 2 115 113 115 49 115 115

33-26 14-4 33-31 19-8 23-17 31-28 26-21 21-3 3-0 33-33 3-0 2-0 33-0 33-7 33-20 30-0 33-33 33-33

k

k/s

445 81 288 150 157 216 148 99 3 89 2 1 4 1 0 0 1684 1258

3.90 3.00 2.67 2.54 2.24 2.20 2.06 1.98 1.00 0.77 0.67 0.50 0.03 0.01 0.00 0.00 14.6 10.9

e

Set ta

Player

2

May, Carlisa Jones, Drew Fields, Kenzie Weaver, Brentlee Murphy, Anna Reis, Kelsey Uke, Jessica Holmes, Shelby Manoa, Pulotu Warrington, Mallory Petersen, Lauren Weeks, Alden Schaedig, Markie Cline, Lindsay Knight, Nicole Heuertz, Jessica TEAM ARKANSAS STATE...... Opponents...........

14 6 5 13 16 11 10 12 7 9 22 1 4 15 18

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24

sp

re

dig

a

Serve a/s

sa

183 1047 .250 3 0.03 24 259 .220 4 0.15 148 972 .144 19 0.18 50 357 .280 4 0.07 45 317 .353 4 0.06 54 468 .346 1 0.01 40 296 .365 4 0.06 43 243 .230 2 0.04 2 9 .111 0 0.00 24 255 .255 1372 11.9 0 2 1.000 4 1.33 2 4 -.250 0 0.00 6 31 -.065 111 0.97 0 3 .333 9 0.08 0 2 .000 25 0.22 0 0 .000 3 0.06 622 4266 .249 1565 13.6 622 3982 .160 1194 10.3

0 4 32 0 5 14 0 0 0 23 0 0 23 13 16 9 139 79

Dig ##

pct

Blocking

dig/s

bs

114 2 50 0.44 27 5 53 1.96 108 14 238 2.20 59 2 23 0.39 70 0 19 0.27 98 0 42 0.43 72 0 15 0.21 50 0 15 0.30 3 0 0 0.00 115 0 342 2.97 3 0 1 0.33 2 0 0 0.00 115 14 609 5.30 113 14 222 1.96 49 0 4 0.08 115 11 252 2.19 - 17 115 79 1885 16.39 115 139 1660 14.43

10 1 8 4 10 23 16 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 79 58

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ba

total

blk/s

be

bhe

22 32 4 5 32 40 10 14 29 39 58 81 34 50 23 26 0 0 30 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 242 200.0 306 211.0

0.28 0.19 0.37 0.24 0.56 0.83 0.69 0.52 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.74 1.83

5 0 4 1 3 9 7 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 45

0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 21 0 0 5 1 0 0 32 33

sa/s

se

0.00 1 0.15 4 0.30 34 0.00 2 0.07 16 0.14 16 0.00 2 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.20 40 0.00 1 0.00 0 0.20 21 0.12 26 0.14 26 0.18 16 1.21 205 0.69 205


2016 Overall Team Stats Arkansas State Overall Team Statistics (as of Jul 20, 2017) All matches Overall record: 25-8 Conf: 15-1 Home: 9-3 Away: 11-3 Neutral: 5-2 Team Statistics ATTACK Kil ls Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct K i l l s / Set SET Assists Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE T o t al Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

ASU

OPP

1684 622 4266 .249 14.6

1258 622 3982 .160 10.9

1565 13.6

1194 10.4

139 205 1.2

79 205 0.7

79 0.7

139 1.2

1885 16.4

1660 14.4

79 242 200.0 1.7 33 32

58 306 211.0 1.8 45 33

4934 12/411 7/260 0 0

7425 14/530 -

Match wins by #sets Arkansas State Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

0 0

0 0

19 1

4 6

2 1

Sets won by set Arkansas State Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

25 8

23 10

26 7

7 6

2 1

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

778 801 806 298 601 689 619 295

44 36

Points by set Arkansas State Opponents

Total 25 8 Total 83 32 Total 2727 2240

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2016 SBC Individual SBC Stats Arkansas State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 20, 2017) Conference matches Overall record: 15-1 Conf: 15-1 Home: 7-0 Away: 8-1 Neutral: 0-0 Attack ##

Player

sp mp-ms

2

May, Carlisa Reis, Kelsey Fields, Kenzie Uke, Jessica Holmes, Shelby Jones, Drew Weaver, Brentlee Murphy, Anna Manoa, Pulotu Petersen, Lauren Warrington, Mallory Schaedig, Markie Knight, Nicole Heuertz, Jessica Weeks, Alden Cline, Lindsay ARKANSAS STATE Opponents

52 45 50 48 28 12 25 18 2 2 53 53 24 53 1 51 53 53

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Player

sp

re

2

May, Carlisa Reis, Kelsey Fields, Kenzie Uke, Jessica Holmes, Shelby Jones, Drew Weaver, Brentlee Murphy, Anna Manoa, Pulotu Petersen, Lauren Warrington, Mallory Schaedig, Markie Cline, Lindsay Weeks, Alden Knight, Nicole Heuertz, Jessica TEAM ARKANSAS STATE...... Opponents...........

52 45 50 48 28 12 25 18 2 2 53 53 51 1 24 53 53 53

0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 5 5 20 75

16 6 11 10 14 5 13 12 9 7 1 15 18 22 4

k

199 126 140 108 60 24 48 30 3 2 45 3 0 0 0 0 788 533

16-15 15-13 16-16 16-16 11-0 8-0 9-1 9-3 2-0 2-0 16-16 16-0 15-0 16-15 1-0 16-1 16-16 16-16

k/s

e

Set ta

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

3.83 77 487 .251 2.80 17 226 .482 2.80 55 471 .180 2.25 27 205 .395 2.14 24 145 .248 2.00 9 78 .192 1.92 21 132 .205 1.67 6 67 .358 1.50 2 9 .111 1.00 0 2 1.000 0.85 9 127 .283 0.06 2 15 .067 0.00 0 0 .000 0.00 0 2 .000 0.00 2 3 - .667 0.00 0 0 .000 14.8 251 1969 .273 10.0 286 1852 .133

1 0 11 3 2 2 3 4 0 1 627 59 2 15 0 4 734 504

0.02 0.00 0.22 0.06 0.07 0.17 0.12 0.22 0.00 0.50 11.8 1.11 0.08 0.28 0.00 0.08 13.8 9.51

0 9 16 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 15 13 2 9 0 8 75 20

0.00 0.20 0.32 0.00 0.00 0.17 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.00 0.28 0.25 0.08 0.17 0.00 0.16 1.42 0.38

0 9 21 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 11 8 7 11 0 15 87 93

Dig

16 6 11 10 14 5 13 12 9 7 1 4 22 15 18

-

26

dig

Serve

pct

Blocking

dig/s

bs

ba

total

blk/s

be

bhe

22 0.42 21 0.47 127 2.54 13 0.27 9 0.32 29 2.42 9 0.36 9 0.50 0 0.00 1 0.50 183 3.45 283 5.34 107 2.10 0 0.00 2 0.08 117 2.21 932 17.58 787 14.85

7 10 4 11 2 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 41 32

8 29 15 24 16 1 3 5 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 116 112

15 39 19 35 18 1 4 10 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 99.0 88.0

0.29 0.87 0.38 0.73 0.64 0.08 0.16 0.56 0.00 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.87 1.66

2 2 1 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 19

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 4 0 0 0 0 17 20

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2016 SBC Team Stats Arkansas State Overall Team Statistics (as of Jul 20, 2017) Conference matches Overall record: 15-1 Conf: 15-1 Home: 7-0 Away: 8-1 Neutral: 0-0 Team Statistics ATTACK Kil ls Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct K i l l s / Set SET Assists Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE T o t al Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

ASU

OPP

788 251 1969 .273 14.9

533 286 1852 .133 10.1

734 13.8

504 9.5

75 87 1.4

20 93 0.4

20 0.4

75 1.4

932 17.6

787 14.8

41 116 99.0 1.9 12 17

32 112 88.0 1.7 19 20

3075 7/439 0/0 11 7

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Match wins by #sets Arkansas State Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

0 0

0 0

12 0

2 1

1 0

Sets won by set Arkansas State Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

15 1

13 3

14 2

3 1

1 0

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

397 393 394 251 308 276

93 83

15 9

Points by set Arkansas State Opponents

Total 15 1 Total 46 7 Total 1292 927

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2016 Team Leaders Arkansas State Category Leaders (as of Jul 20, 2017) All matches

# ATTACK (by K)

May, Carlisa 6 Fields, Kenzie 16 Reis, Kelsey 13 Murphy, Anna 5 Weaver, Brentlee 11 Uke, Jessica 10 Holmes, Shelby 7 Warrington, Mallory 14 Jones, Drew 1 Schaedig, Markie 12 Manoa, Pulotu 9 Petersen, Lauren 22 Weeks, Alden 4 Cline, Lindsay 18 Heuertz, Jessica TM TEAM 2

# SET (by A)

Warrington, Mallory 1 Schaedig, Markie 18 Heuertz, Jessica 6 Fields, Kenzie 4 Cline, Lindsay 11 Uke, Jessica 14 Jones, Drew 5 Weaver, Brentlee 13 Murphy, Anna 9 Petersen, Lauren 15 Knight, Nicole 2 May, Carlisa 10 Holmes, Shelby 16 Reis, Kelsey 7

# BLOCK (by Total)

Reis, Kelsey 11 Uke, Jessica 6 Fields, Kenzie 13 Murphy, Anna 7 Warrington, Mallory 2 May, Carlisa 10 Holmes, Shelby 5 Weaver, Brentlee 14 Jones, Drew 18 Heuertz, Jessica 4 Cline, Lindsay 16

S

K

114 108 98 70 59 72 50 115 27 115 3 3 2 113 115 115

445 288 216 157 150 148 99 89 81 4 3 2 1 1 0 0

S

A

K/S

A/S

115 1372 11.93 115 111 0.97 115 25 0.22 108 19 0.18 113 9 0.08 72 4 0.06 27 4 0.15 59 4 0.07 70 4 0.06 3 4 1.33 49 3 0.06 114 3 0.03 50 2 0.04 98 1 0.01 S

98 72 108 70 115 114 50 59 27 115 113

BS

23 16 8 10 4 10 3 4 1 0 0

E

TA

Pct

3.90 183 1047 .250 2.67 148 972 .144 2.20 54 468 .346 2.24 45 317 .353 2.54 50 357 .280 2.06 40 296 .365 1.98 43 243 .230 0.77 24 255 .255 3.00 24 259 .220 0.03 6 31 -.065 1.00 2 9 .111 0.67 0 2 1.000 0.50 2 4 -.250 0.01 0 3 .333 0.00 0 2 .000 0.00 1 1-1.000

BA

58 34 32 29 30 22 23 10 4 0 0

TA

-

Total

81.0 50.0 40.0 39.0 34.0 32.0 26.0 14.0 5.0 0.0 0.0

Pct

-

Blk/S

0.83 0.69 0.37 0.56 0.30 0.28 0.52 0.24 0.19 0.00 0.00

# KILL (by K)

May, Carlisa 6 Fields, Kenzie 16 Reis, Kelsey 13 Murphy, Anna 5 Weaver, Brentlee 11 Uke, Jessica 10 Holmes, Shelby 7 Warrington, Mallory 14 Jones, Drew 1 Schaedig, Markie 12 Manoa, Pulotu 9 Petersen, Lauren 22 Weeks, Alden 4 Cline, Lindsay 18 Heuertz, Jessica TM TEAM 2

# SERVE (by SA)

Fields, Kenzie 7 Warrington, Mallory 1 Schaedig, Markie 18 Heuertz, Jessica 16 Reis, Kelsey 4 Cline, Lindsay 15 Knight, Nicole 13 Murphy, Anna 14 Jones, Drew 9 Petersen, Lauren 12 Manoa, Pulotu 11 Uke, Jessica 5 Weaver, Brentlee 2 May, Carlisa 6

# DEFENSE (by Dig)

Schaedig, Markie 7 Warrington, Mallory 18 Heuertz, Jessica 6 Fields, Kenzie 4 Cline, Lindsay 14 Jones, Drew 2 May, Carlisa 16 Reis, Kelsey 5 Weaver, Brentlee 13 Murphy, Anna 11 Uke, Jessica 10 Holmes, Shelby 15 Knight, Nicole 9 Petersen, Lauren 22 Weeks, Alden 12 Manoa, Pulotu 1

# RECEPT (by TA) TM TEAM

Schaedig, Markie 6 Fields, Kenzie 18 Heuertz, Jessica 4 Cline, Lindsay 14 Jones, Drew 5 Weaver, Brentlee 2 May, Carlisa 11 Uke, Jessica 15 Knight, Nicole 13 Murphy, Anna 16 Reis, Kelsey 7 Warrington, Mallory 10 Holmes, Shelby 1

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114 108 98 70 59 72 50 115 27 115 3 3 2 113 115 115 S

108 115 115 115 98 113 49 70 27 3 3 72 59 114 S

115 115 115 108 113 27 114 98 59 70 72 50 49 3 2 3 S

115 108 115 113 27 59 114 72 49 70 98 115 50

K

K/S

445 288 216 157 150 148 99 89 81 4 3 2 1 1 0 0 SA

3.90 2.67 2.20 2.24 2.54 2.06 1.98 0.77 3.00 0.03 1.00 0.67 0.50 0.01 0.00 0.00

SE SA/S

32 23 23 16 14 13 9 5 4 0 0 0 0 0

34 40 21 26 16 26 16 16 4 1 0 2 2 1 Dig

609 342 252 238 222 53 50 42 23 19 15 15 4 1 0 0

0.30 0.20 0.20 0.14 0.14 0.12 0.18 0.07 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

-

Dig/S

0.15 0.12 0.13 0.10 0.12 0.19 0.03 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Pct

-

BHE

5.30 2.97 2.19 2.20 1.96 1.96 0.44 0.43 0.39 0.27 0.21 0.30 0.08 0.33 0.00 0.00

RE RE/S

17 14 14 11 14 5 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

TA

5 21 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

TA

-

Pct

-


2016 Match-by-Match Results Arkansas State Match Results (as of Jul 20, 2017) All matches

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Date Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27 Sep 02 Sep 03 Sep 03 Sep 06 Sep 08 Sep 09 Sep 10 Sep 13 Sep 16 Sep 17 Sep 17 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 01 Oct 07 Oct 08 Oct 14 Oct 16 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 24 Oct 28 Oct 29 Nov 04 Nov 05 Nov 11 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 20

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: 3 sets: 4 sets: 5 sets:

Opponent vs Northwestern State vs NC State at TCU at Saint Louis vs Cal Poly vs #19 Western Kentucky at Ole Miss CENTRAL ARKANSAS UT MARTIN TULSA MISSOURI STATE at Indiana vs Cleveland State vs IUPUI at Appalachian State at Coastal Carolina ULM LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at Texas State at UT Arlington at Louisiana-Lafayette at ULM SOUTH ALABAMA TROY LITTLE ROCK at Georgia Southern at Georgia State UT ARLINGTON TEXAS STATE at Little Rock vs Georgia State at UT Arlington COASTAL CAROLINA

W-L-T 25-8 15-1 9-3 11-3 5-2 19-1 4-6 2-1

Attend Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

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

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

Dates 33 12 14 7

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

Total 14176 4934 7425 1817

Overall 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-3 5-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 7-5 7-6 8-6 9-6 10-6 11-6 12-6 12-7 13-7 14-7 15-7 16-7 17-7 18-7 19-7 20-7 21-7 22-7 23-7 24-7 25-7 25-8

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

Time 1:16 1:25 2:30 1:47 2:11 1:41 1:54h 1:52 1:18 1:49 1:54 2:00 2:02 1:15 1:21 2h10 1:16 1:17 1:51 1:26 1:19 1:15 1:28 1:21 1:16 1:25 1:28 1:45 1:15 1:48 1:13 1:14 1:50

Att. 144 161 1379 578 372 411 475 442 361 417 287 938 128 178 581 420 425 364 626 605 246 83 380 388 355 175 215 414 749 484 423 620 352

Avg. 430 411 530 260

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14-Time SBC Regular Season Champions A-State Sun Belt Championships

2016 SBC West Division Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 15-1 25-8 Texas State 13-3 21-12 UT Arlington 10-6 17-16 Little Rock 8-8 12-18 Louisiana-Lafayette 6-10 10-21 ULM 3-13 9-25

2010 SBC West Division Co-Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L West Division North Texas 11-5 20-13 Arkansas State 11-5 17-12 Denver 8-8 14-18 Louisiana-Lafayette 7-9 17-16 UALR 5-11 7-19 0-16 0-25 ULM

2015 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 16-0 28-2 Appalachian State 13-3 22-8 Texas State 13-3 19-12 UT Arlington 10-6 19-10 Little Rock 9-7 14-14 South Alabama 7-9 13-15 Troy 7-9 14-18 Georgia Southern 5-11 10-19 ULM 3-13 14-18 Georgia State 3-13 7-19 Louisiana-Lafayette 2-14 6-23

2011 SBC West Division Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L West Division Arkansas State 12-4 20-11

Denver North Texas UALR Louisiana-Lafayette ULM

10-6 7-9 6-10 6-10 4-12

13-16 17-17 11-20 14-18 10-16

2009 SBC West Division Co-Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L West Division Arkansas State 12-6 22-11 New Orleans 12-6 20-13 Denver 11-7 16-17 UALR 10-8 16-14 North Texas 8-10 12-21 Louisiana-Lafayette 3-15 9-24 0-18 3-30 ULM

2004 SBC East Division Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L East Division Arkansas State 11-3 25-8 Western Kentucky 11-3 26-7 Middle Tennessee 9-5 17-14 Arkansas-Little Rock 7-7 14-13 Florida International 2-12 3-25

1999 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 14-2 28-7 UALR 14-2 19-13 Denver 13-3 18-11 Western Kentucky 9-7 18-14 Louisiana Tech 8-8 13-20 Louisiana-Lafayette 7-9 15-18 New Orleans 5-11 10-22 Florida International 1-15 7-23 South Alabama 1-15 6-21

1998 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 12-2 23-11 UALR 10-4 20-9 New Orleans 10-4 20-12 Western Kentucky 9-5 26-10 Louisiana Tech 7-7 12-21 Louisiana-Lafayette 6-8 14-19 Florida International 1-13 4-21 South Alabama 1-13 3-24

1995 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 9-0 27-7 Louisiana Tech 7-2 16-11 Arkansas-Little Rock 6-3 10-13 South Alabama 5-4 14-12 New Orleans 5-4 16-20 Lamar 5-4 13-22 UTPA 3-6 18-14 Louisiana-Lafayette 3-6 18-18 Jacksonville 1-8 8-21 South Alabama 1-8 7-26

1994 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 9-0 26-7 Arkansas-Little Rock 7-2 16-14 Western Kentucky 6-3 24-11 Louisiana Tech 6-3 26-14 Lamar 6-3 12-17 South Alabama 4-5 17-22 New Orleans 3-6 14-21 Louisiana-Lafayette 3-6 9-21 Jacksonville 1-8 16-18 UTPA 0-9 6-22

1996 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 9-0 22-15 Arkansas-Little Rock 7-2 29-8 Louisiana Tech 7-2 19-10 New Orleans 6-3 17-18 Western Kentucky 5-4 18-17 Lamar 3-6 20-13 UTPA 3-6 19-15 Louisiana-Lafayette 3-6 16-19 Jacksonville 2-7 9-21 South Alabama 0-9 4-23

1992 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 9-0 41-6 Louisiana Tech 8-1 29-10 Western Kentucky 7-2 13-20 New Orleans 6-3 20-20 Lamar 5-4 17-20 Arkansas-Little Rock 4-5 10-18 Jacksonville 3-6 17-15 South Alabama 2-7 12-20 Louisiana-Lafayette 1-8 5-30 UTPA 0-9 1-27

1991 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 5-0 41-9 Lamar 4-1 20-15 Louisiana-Lafayette 3-2 19-16 New Orleans 2-3 17-16 Louisiana Tech 1-4 25-15 UTPA 0-5 4-20

1993 Sun Belt Champs Conference Overall W-L W-L Arkansas State 9-0 30-11 Arkansas-Little Rock 8-1 24-12 Lamar 7-2 24-12 Louisiana Tech 6-3 22-16 Western Kentucky 5-4 21-16 New Orleans 4-5 16-15 UTPA 3-6 11-20 Louisiana-Lafayette 2-7 15-14 Jacksonville 1-8 9-25 South Alabama 0-9 8-24

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Five NCAA Tournament Appearances A-State NCAA Tournament History

No. 24 Arkansas State Falls to Michigan State in NCAA Volleyball Tournament

SEATTLE, Wash. (12/4/15) – The Arkansas State volleyball team’s season ended Friday night with a 3-0 loss to Michigan State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion on the campus of the University of Washington in Seattle, Wash.

The Red Wolves, ranked 24th in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Top-25 Poll, end the 2015 campaign with a 28-2 record. The team’s winning percentage of .933 is the second highest in school history. The loss to Michigan State (19-13) snapped the nation’s longest winning streak of 24 matches and dropped A-State to 0-5 in NCAA Tournament matches in school history. MSU advances to the second round to play the winner of Washington and Denver.

A-State began the match with the first two points after a Kariana Castanon-Hill and Jessica Uke block and Spartans’ attack error, but Michigan State battled back with two straight points of its own to set the stage for a set that featured 14 ties. Mallory Warrington put A-State on top 8-6 after an ace, but a 3-0 run by Michigan State gave them the lead at 9-8. The teams then battled with neither team getting ahead by more than one point and Drew Jones knotted the set at 23-23 with a kill. However, Michigan State won the final two points with kills and claimed a 1-0 edge in the match. The second game went much like the first one early with Arkansas State earning an 8-7 advantage on a kill by Jones. The Spartans responded with a 6-0 run to take control of the set at 13-8, but AState clawed its way back to within three at 16-13 on a Carlisa May kill to force a Michigan State timeout. However, A-State couldn’t get any closer and fell in the second set 25-17.

The two teams split the first six points of set three, but went on an 8-3 run to take control at 11-6. A-State got two straight points on a Warrington kill and MSU attack error to get within 11-8, but a 40 Spartans’ run stretched their lead out to 15-8. Michigan State went on to close the match on a 10-4 run to clinch set three 25-12 and the match 3-0.

A-State Volleyball NCAA Tournament History

2015 NCAA Tournament at Seattle, Wash. Michigan State 3 .................A-State 0 1999 NCAA Tournament at malibu, Calif. Pepperdine 3 ......................A-State 0

1995 NCAA Tournament East Region at Lubbock, Texas Texas Tech 3 .......................A-State 2

1994 NCAA Tournament Northwest Region at missoula, mont. Montana 3 ...........................A-State 1

1992 NCAA Tournament Northwest Region at Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach State 3 ............A-State 1

“This was not how we wanted it to end and not how we thought it should have went,” A-State head volleyball coach David Rehr said. “Not to make excuses, but not having Darby Graff on the court hurt us. We were able to play some smoke and mirrors in the first set and it was ok, then we just didn’t have enough in the second set and it fell apart in the third. Not to take anything away from Michigan State because they handled the match and we didn’t show up like we should have.”

Jones led the team with 13 kills and 10 digs for her seventh double-double of the season, while May added nine kills of her own. Warrington handed out 27 assists and registered five kills on a .556 hitting percentage. Castanon-Hill had four kills and two blocks, while Hannah Robey had two digs and an assist in the pair’s final match for A-State.

“I felt like we didn’t play our game,” Warrington said. “They’re a big team, but we just weren’t ourselves. This season has definitely been one for the books. It’s not even about our record, it’s about the people you’re with. You don’t even think about the wins and losses with this team and I hope that carries into next year.”

“Something just clicked today and I was really excited to play and play with this team,” said Jones. “We play so well because we love each other and we have such good team chemistry on the court. We’re going to work super hard in the spring to come back even better than we were this year.”

“You want to take this ride with the team that we had because we didn’t have any problems,” Rehr added. “Everybody knows why they are here and knows their role on the team. You couldn’t ask for a better bunch of girls to be a part of and it’s sad that it’s over.”

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A-State 1,000-1,000 Club

Nine Arkansas State players are members of the 1,000-1,000 club, accumulating over 1,000 of two of the following three statistical categories -- kills, digs and/or assists. Setter Mallory Warrington became the latest member following the 2016 season. Jo Beth Mathis is the only player in school history to record over 1,000 kills, assists and digs in a career.

1,000-1,000 CLUB

Mallory Warrington . . . . . . . . . .2013-16 Katie Peil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004-07 Caitlyn Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-04 Nicole Grimes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995-98 Cathy Koontz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-95 Margie Kolat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-94 Amy Patchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-94 Cyndi Rhone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990-91

mallory Warrington

1,000-1,000-1,000 CLUB

Jo Beth Mathis . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990-92

Katie Peil

Caitlyn mitchell

Setter | 2013-16 4,296 Assists | 1,183 Digs

Setter | 2004-07 5,048 Assists | 1,104 Digs

Outside Hitter | 2001-04 1,371 Kills | 1,382 Digs

Nicole Grimes

Cathy Koontz

Jo Beth mathis

Setter | 1995-98 4,725 Assists | 1,043 Digs

margie Kolat

Outside Hitter | 1991-94 1,789 Kills | 2,291 Digs

middle Hitter | 1992-95 1,061 Kills | 1,043 Digs

Amy Patchell

Outside Hitter | 1991-94 1,007 Kills | 1,069 Digs

Setter/Outside Hitter | 1990-92 3,054 Ast. | 1,359 Kills | 1,089 Digs

Cyndi Rhone

Outside Hitter | 1990-91 1,304 Kills | 1,081 Digs

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A-State All-Americans

Markie Schaedig

Markie Schaedig became the A-State volleyball program’s first AllAmerican in 2014 when she led the nation in digs and set the school record with 762 (6.68 per set average, which also led the country). She was named an American Volleyball Coaches Association Honorable Mention All-American at the conclusion of the season. Two years later as a senior in 2016 she garnered her second HM All-American honor from the AVCA after registering 609 digs (5.30 per set). She later picked up another Honorable Mention AllAmerican honor from PrepVolleyball.com. The Little Rock, Ark., native ended her career with the third most digs in school history (2,153) and was a three-time Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

Carlisa May

Carlisa May became the second All-American in Red Wolves’ history by being named an Honorable Mention honoree by the American Volleyball Coaches Association as a true freshman in 2015. The outside hitter was named the AVCA Southwest Region Freshman of the Year in addition to the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year. She posted 365 kills (3.58 per set) on a .300 hitting percentage and won seven SBC Freshman of the Week honors. The Lee’s Summit, Mo., native followed with a 445 kill campaign as a sophomore and was named the SBC Offensive Player of the Year. She returns for her junior season and looks to keep climbing the career leaderboards as she enters the year with 810 kills.

Mallory Warrington

Mallory Warrington was named an Honorable Mention All-American in 2016 by PrepVolleyball.com after finishing second in the nation with an 11.93 assists per set ratio. The Lake St. Louis, Mo., native dished out 1,372 assists, which is the sixth most in a single season in school history. Additionally, she became the ninth member of the 1,000-1,000 Club with 4,296 assists and 1,183 digs. The 4,296 assists are the third most in school history, while the 1,183 digs were just outside the top 10. She won the SBC Setter of the Year award twice and was a two-time First-Team All-SBC and AVCA All-Southwest Region selection.

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Sun Belt Conference Honors (1991-Present)

Player of the Year 2004 ......................................................Giedre Tarnauskaite 1999 ................................................................Beth Cochran 1996 ....................................................................Lauren Fair 1995 ....................................................................Lauren Fair 1994 ..................................................................Margie Kolat 1992...............................................................Jo Beth Mathis 1991..................................................................Cyndi Rhone Offensive Player of the Year 2016 ...................................................................Carlisa May Defensive Player of the Year 2016............................................................Markie Schaedig 2015............................................................Markie Schaedig 2014............................................................Markie Schaedig 2010 ................................................................Megan Baska 2009...........................................................Heather Bowman 2000.................................................................Amy Johnson

Setter of the Year 2016 ........................................................Mallory Warrington 2015 ........................................................Mallory Warrington

Freshman of the Year 2016.................................................................Kenzie Fields 2015 ...................................................................Carlisa May 2008 .................................................................Cayla Fielder 2004 .......................................................................Katie Peil 1999 ..............................................................Jessica Barney 1996 ................................................................Beth Cochran Newcomer of the Year 1997 .................................................................Tera Hayman

Coach of the Year 2016 ....................................................................David Rehr 2015 ....................................................................David Rehr 2011 .................................................................Justin Ingram 1999............................................................Craig Cummings 1998............................................................Craig Cummings 1996............................................................Craig Cummings 1994 ..............................................................Jeff Hulsmeyer 1992....................................................................Chris Poole 1991....................................................................Chris Poole

2010.......................................................Megan Baska (2nd) 2010........................................................Cayla Fielder (2nd) 2009.........................................................Cayla Fielder (1st) 2008........................................................Cayla Fielder (2nd) 2007 .........................................................Robin Aaron (2nd) 2006 .........................................................Robin Aaron (2nd) 2005 .........................................................Robin Aaron (2nd) 2004 ..............................................Giedre Tarnauskaite (1st) 2003.............................................Giedre Tarnauskaite (2nd) 2002 .....................................................Miranda Griffin (2nd) 2001 .......................................................Katie Silliman (2nd) 2000....................................................Susanne Snipes (1st) 2000 .......................................................Katie Silliman (2nd) 2000..................................................Shauna Standart (2nd) 1999 ................................................................Beth Cochran 1999 ............................................................Susanne Snipes 1998 ................................................................Beth Cochran 1998................................................................Nicole Grimes 1998.................................................................Tera Hayman 1997 ........................................................Beth Cochran (1st) 1996............................................................Lauren Fair (1st) 1996 ......................................................Nicole Grimes (2nd) 1996......................................................Kris Vandeven (2nd) 1995............................................................Lauren Fair (1st) 1995 ........................................................Cathy Koontz (1st) 1995 ....................................................Jenny Wobrock (2nd) 1994..........................................................Margie Kolat (1st) 1994 ..........................................................Lauren Fair (2nd) 1994........................................................Amy Patchell (2nd) 1993..........................................................Margie Kolat (1st) 1993 ........................................................Susan Buttry (2nd) 1992 ..............................................................Jo Beth Mathis 1992 ................................................................Michelle Burtt

All-SBC Tournament 2016 ...................................................................Carlisa May 2016 ........................................................Mallory Warrington 2015 ........................................................Carlisa May (MVP) 2015 ...................................................................Drew Jones 2015 ........................................................Mallory Warrington 2014 ...........................................................Markie Schaedig 2013 ................................................................Megan Baska 1999 .....................................................Katie Silliman (MVP) 1999 ............................................................Susanne Snipes 1999 ................................................................Beth Cochran 1998 ................................................................Beth Cochran 1996....................................................................Lauren Fair 1996 ...............................................................Kris Vandeven 1995.........................................................Lauren Fair (MVP) 1995 .............................................................Jenny Wobrock 1994.......................................................Margie Kolat (MVP) 1994 .................................................................Amy Patchell 1993 .................................................................Amy Patchell 1992 ...................................................Jo Beth Mathis (MVP) 1992 ............................................................Angela Lightfoot 1991 ......................................................Cyndi Rhone (MVP) 1991...................................................................April Devine 1991 ..............................................................Jo Beth Mathis

All-Conference 2016 ...................................................Markie Schaedig (1st) 2016 ................................................Mallory Warrington (1st) 2016 ...........................................................Carlisa May (1st) 2016 ...........................................................Kelsey Reis (1st) 2016 .......................................................Kenzie Fields (2nd) 2015 ...................................................Markie Schaedig (1st) 2015 .................................................Mallory Warrington(1st) 2015 ...........................................................Carlisa May (1st) 2015 ...........................................................Kelsey Reis (1st) 2015 ..........................................................Darby Graff (2nd) 2014 ...................................................Markie Schaedig (1st) 2014 ...............................................Mallory Warrington (2nd) 2012 .....................................................Allison Kearney (1st) SBC medallion Winner 2012 .......................................................Megan Baska (2nd) 1992 ..............................................................Jo Beth Mathis 2011 .........................................................Cayla Fielder (1st) 2011 ....................................................Allison Kearney (2nd) 2011.........................................................Ashley Tipps (2nd)

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National and Regional Awards/Previous Conference honors

AVCA All-American 2016...................................................Markie Schaedig (HM) 2015...........................................................Carlisa May (HM) 2014...................................................Markie Schaedig (HM) PrepVolleyball.com All-American 2016...................................................Markie Schaedig (HM) 2016 ...............................................Mallory Warrington (HM)

AVCA All-Region 2016............................................................Markie Schaedig 2016 ........................................................Mallory Warrington 2016...........................................................Carlisa May (HM) 2015............................................................Markie Schaedig 2015 ........................................................Mallory Warrington 2015....................................................................Carlisa May American South (1987-90) Player of the Year 1990........................................................Jennifer Schumann 1989 ...............................................................Beth Anderson 1988 ..............................................................Kim Janikowski

All-Conference 1990 ...............................................Jennifer Schumann (1st) 1990.......................................................Jo Beth Mathis (1st) 1990 ........................................................Cyndi Rhone (2nd)

All-ASC Tournament 1990...............................................................Jo Beth Mathis 1990..................................................................Cyndi Rhone 1990........................................................Jennifer Schumann 1989 ...............................................................Beth Anderson 1989 ................................................................Darlene Dunn 1988 ...............................................................Beth Anderson 1988 ..............................................................Kim Janikowski 1987........................................................................Pat Clark 1987 ..................................................................Missy Welch

Coach of the Year 1990 ....................................................................Chris Poole 1989 ....................................................................Chris Poole 1988 ....................................................................Chris Poole

medallion Winner 1989...................................................................Tracey Kiest

Commissioner’s List 1990..................................................................Amie Binkley 1990...............................................................Jo Beth Mathis 1990...................................................................Abby Cheng 1990....................................................................Shelly Kirby 1990........................................................Jennifer Schumann 1989...................................................................Abby Cheng 1989........................................................................Pat Clark 1989 ................................................................Darlene Dunn 1989...................................................................Tracey Kiest 1989....................................................................Shelly Kirby 1989 .................................................................Tracy Segars 1988 ................................................................Darlene Dunn 1988...................................................................Tracey Kiest 1988....................................................................Shelly Kirby

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2015 ...........................................................Darby Graff (HM) 2014............................................................Markie Schaedig 2004 .............................................Giedre Tarnauskaite (HM) 1999.................................................................Beth Cochran 1992 .....................................................Jo Beth Mathis (2nd) 1991 ........................................................Cyndi Rhone (2nd)

AVCA Southwest Region Freshman of the Year 2015....................................................................Carlisa May AVCA Southwest Region Coach of the Year 2015.....................................................................David Rehr

Academic All-District 2004 ......................................................Giedre Tarnauskaite 1999.................................................................Beth Cochran

1988 .....................................................................Karen Toth 1987 .....................................................................Karen Toth

Southland Conference (1982-86) All-Conference 1984 ........................................................Andrea Crane (1st) 1984 ........................................................Mary Vaughn (2nd) 1984 ....................................................Cindy Campbell (HM) 1983 ....................................................Treva McDougal (1st) All-SLC Tournament 1984 ................................................................Andrea Crane 1983 ............................................................Treva McDougal

miscellaneous Awards Gwin Award 2004 ..............................................................Caitlyn Mitchell 1996 ....................................................................Lauren Fair 1992...............................................................Jo Beth Mathis 1990....................................................................Shelly Kirby 1989 ................................................................Darlene Dunn 1986 ................................................................Andrea Crane

AWISA All-Conference 1978 ....................................................................Juli Vaccari 1978 ..........................................................Glenna Jo Driesel 1977 ....................................................................Juli Vaccari 1977....................................................................Vicki Nelms 1977.......................................................................Nora King 1976 ....................................................................Juli Vaccari 1976....................................................................Vicki Nelms 1976 ..........................................................Glenne Jo Driesel 1975 ....................................................................Juli Vaccari

Coach of the Year 1981 ..................................................................Kay Woodiel 1980 ..................................................................Kay Woodiel 1979 ..................................................................Kay Woodiel 1978 ..................................................................Kay Woodiel 1977 ..................................................................Kay Woodiel U.S Junior National Team ............................................................................Juli Vaccari


2016 SBC Awards Photos

Freshman of the Year Kenzie Fields

Defensive Player of the Year Markie Schaedig

Offensive Player of the Year Carlisa May

Setter of the Year Mallory Warrington

Coach of the Year David Rehr

Team with West Division Championship Trophy

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A-State Volleyball Team/Single Match Records

Team Single Season Records

Best Record: 41-1 (.976)..............................................1988 Most Matches Won: 43 ................................................1989 Worst Record: 5-19 (.208)............................................1984 Most Matches Lost: 26 ................................................1982 Most Matches Played: 53 ............................................1982 Most Kills: 2,660 ..........................................................1991 Most Attempts: 7,291 ..................................................1993 Best Hitting Percentage: .267 ......................................2015 Most Assists: 2,329 ......................................................1991 Most Service Aces: 402................................................1991 Most Digs: 3,579 ..........................................................1991 Most Block Solos: 241..................................................1990 Most Block Assists: 706 ..............................................1989 Most Total Blocks: 585 ................................................1989 Winning Streak: 34 ......................................................1989 Losing Streak: 12 ........................................................1986

Individual Single Season Records

Most Kills: 765 by Cyndi Rhone ..................................1991 Most Attempts: 2,037 by Cyndi Rhone ........................1991 Best Hitting Percentage: .411 by Jo Beth Mathis ........1992 Most Assists: 1,868 by Susan Buttry* ..........................1993 Most Service Aces: 104 by Cyndi Rhone ....................1991 Most Digs: 762 (6.68 per set) by Markie Schaedig ** ..2014 Most Block Solos: 96 by Risa Ramsey ........................1983 Most Block Assists: 191 by Michelle Burger ................1985 Most Total Blocks: 267 by Jennifer Schumann ............1989

Individual Career Records

Most Kills:1,789 by Margie Kolat ............................1991-94 Most Attempts: 5,317 by Margie Kolat ....................1991-94 Best Hitting Percentage: .346 by Beth Cochran ....1996-99 ....................................... .346 by Katie Silliman......1998-01 Most Assists: 5,048 by Katie Peil ............................2004-07 Most Service Aces: 296, by Shelley Kirby ..............1987-90 Most Digs: 2,291 by Margie Kolat ..........................1991-94 Most Block Solos: 157 by Jennifer Schumann........1989-90 Most Block Assists: 474 by Beth Cochran ..............1996-99 Most Total Blocks: 602 by Beth Cochran ................1996-99 Most Matches Played: 172 by Margie Kolat*** ......1991-94 Most Consecutive Matches Played: 159 by Cathy Koontz****....1992-95

* — Buttry’s single season assist mark of 1,868 is the fifth most assists in a single season in NCAA Division I history from 1981-2000 before the current 25-point scoring system. ** — Schaedig’s 762 digs are the seventh-most in NCAA history under current 25-point system, her 6.68 digs per set is third-highest in NCAA history under current system. *** — Kolat’s career record of 172 matches played is the most in NCAA Division I history. **** — Koontz’s career record of 159 consecutive matches played is the most in NCAA Division I history.

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Team Single match Records

Most Kills: 94 at North Carolina ..............................11/12/95 Fewest Kills: 14 vs. Texas-Arlington ......................10/24/86 Most Attempts: 311 vs. Southwestern Louisiana......10/6/84 Best Hitting Percentage: .667 vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff ....9/25/98 Most Assists: 86 vs. Western Kentucky (Match 2)..11/17/91 ..................................................at North Carolina, 11/12/91 Most Service Aces: 22 vs. Centenary ........................9/8/07 Most Digs: 140 vs. Texas Tech ................................10/5/91 Most Block Solos: 26 at SE Missouri State ..............9/21/82 Most Block Assists: 61 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock ......9/24/85 Most Total Blocks: 43 at SE Missouri State..............9/21/82

Individual Single match Records

Most Kills: 39 by Beth Cochran vs. SEMO ..............9/12/97 Most Attempts: 84 by Giedre Tarnauskaite vs FAU 11/13/04 Best Hitting Percentage: 1.000 (15-0/15), Katie Silliman vs. Jackson St.*****....10/11/98 Most Assists: 83 by Nicole Grimes vs. La. Tech ....10/30/98 Most Service Aces: 10 by Jennifer Schumann vs. Murray State ......10/10/89 Most Digs: 45 by Margie Kolat vs. Northern Arizona..9/7/91 Most Block Solos: 15 by Terry Duckworth vs. McNeese State........11/15/86 Most Block Assists: 16 by Michelle Burger vs. UALR ........................9/24/85 Most Total Blocks: 20 by Terry Duckworth vs. McNeese State........11/15/86 Most Consecutive Points Served to Start a Match: 13 by Allison Kearney vs. Alcorn State****** ......9/16/11

Opponents Single match Records

Most Kills: 96 vs. Montevallo at Tenn.-Martin ..........9/30/83 Fewest Kills: 2 at Louisiana Tech ............................10/4/88 Most Attempts: 302 vs. Southwestern Louisiana ....10/6/84 Best Hitting Percentage: .418 by UALR ................10/14/14 Worst Hitting Percentage: -.289 by Alcorn State ......9/16/11 Most Assists: 86 vs. Western Kentucky..................11/17/91 ..................................................at North Carolina, 11/12/91 Most Service Aces: 20 vs. Saint Louis ....................9/15/84 Most Digs: 196 vs. Western Kentucky....................11/17/91 Most Block Solos: 26 vs. SE Missouri State ............9/28/87 Most Block Assists: 36 at William & Mary ..............11/14/92 ....................................................at Memphis State, 9/1/89 Most Total Blocks: 35 at SE Missouri State ............ 9/21/82

***** — Silliman’s 1.000 hitting percentage is tied with one other player for the best mark in a single match in NCAA history with at leat 15 attempts. ****** — Kearney’s 13 points served to start a match is tied with one other player for the best mark in a single match in NCAA history.


A-State Volleyball Individual Season and Career Records Digs Career Leaders 2,291 — Margie Kolat, 1991-94 2,190 — Megan Baska 2010-13 2,153 — Markie Schaedig, 2013-16 1,669 — Tessa Millikan, 2001-04 1,497 — Erin Neeley, 2006-09 1,382 — Caitlyn Mitchell, 2001-04 1,295 — Kolette Niemeyer, 1992-95 1,248 — Amie Binkley, 1990-92 1,245 — Amy Johnson, 1997-00 1,203 — Randilyne Volkmer, 2003-06

Kills Career Leaders 1,789 — Margie Kolat, 1991-94 1,636 — Beth Cochran, 1996-99 1,526 — Lauren Fair, 1993-96 1,461 — Robin Aaron, 2004-07 1,399 — Cayla Fielder 2008-11 1,371 — Caitlyn Mitchell, 2001-04 1,359 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1990-92 1,304 — Cyndi Rhone, 1990-91 1,266 — Susanne Snipes, 1997-00 1,144 — Pip Soulsby, 2002-05

Service Aces Career Leaders 296 — Shelly Kirby, 1987-90 221 — Margie Kolat, 1991-94 182 — Cyndi Rhone, 1990-91 165 —Susanne Snipes, 1997-00 132 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1990-92 127 — Michelle Hall, 1991-92 125 — Tracey Kiest, 1988-89 121 — Kelly Linder, 2000-03 115 — Katie Peil, 2004-07 104 — Amy Johnson, 1997-00

Assists Career Leaders 5,048 — Katie Peil, 2004-07 4,725 — Nicole Grimes, 1995-98 4,296 — Mallory Warrington, 2013-16 3,728 — Kelly Linder, 2000-03 3,344 — Allison Kearney, 2010-2012 3,054 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1990-92 2,817 — Susan Buttry, 1993-94 2,736 — Laura Bennett, 2007-09 2,343 — Shelly Kirby, 1987-90 1,840 — Tristan Erford, 2002-05

Hitting Percentage Career Leaders (min. 1,000 att.) .346 — Beth Cochran, 1996-99 .346 — Katie Silliman, 1998-01 .345 — Cayla Fielder, 2008-11 .341 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1990-92 .341 — Jennifer Schumann, 1989-90 .327 — Tera Hayman, 1997-98 .302 — Kelsey Reis, 2013-16 .296 — Cathy Koontz, 1992-95 .294 — Beth Anderson, 1988-89 .279 — Meredith Kiest, 1987-88

Total Blocks Career Leaders 602 — Beth Cochran, 1996-99 510 — Jennifer Schumann, 1989-90 471 — Robin Aaron, 2004-07 463 — Cathy Koontz, 1992-95 459 — Lauren Fair, 1993-96 425 — Abby Cheng, 1989-90 421 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1990-92 399 — Kelsey Reis, 2013-16 387 — Cayla Fielder, 2008-11 381 — Beth Jones, 2003-06

Season Leaders 762 — Markie Schaedig, 2014 748 — Margie Kolat, 1993 698 — Heather Bowman, 2009 666 — Cyndi Rhone, 1991 638 — Kolette Niemeyer, 1993 623 — Megan Baska, 2013 620 — Margie Kolat, 1991 609 — Markie Schaedig, 2016 568 — Angela Lightfoot, 1992 564 — Megan Baska, 2010

Season Leaders 1,868 — Susan Buttry, 1993 1,562 — Nicole Grimes, 1998 1,555 — Nicole Grimes, 1997 1,553 — Katie Peil, 2006 1,457 — Jessica Barney, 1999 1,372 — Mallory Warrington, 2016 1,326 — Laura Bennett, 2009 1,308 — Kelly Linder, 2000 1,305 — Allison Kearney, 2012 1,224 — Laura Bennett, 2008

Season Leaders 765 — Cyndi Rhone, 1991 603 — Beth Cochran, 1997 576 — Margie Kolat, 1993 566 — Beth Anderson, 1989 545 — Angela Lightfoot, 1992 539 — Cyndi Rhone, 1990 530 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1992 529 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1991 509 — Beth Anderson, 1988 501 — Giedre Tarnauskaite, 2004

Season Leaders (min. 250 att.) .411 — Jo Beth Mathis, 1992 .401 — Cayla Fielder, 2011 .396 — Beth Cochran, 1997 .375 — Katie Silliman, 1999 .365 — Jessica Uke, 2016 .363 — Jessica Uke, 2014 .360 — Cathy Koontz, 1992 .357 — Jennifer Schumann, 1990 .356 — Cayla Fielder, 2008 .355 — Darby Graff, 2015

Season Leaders 104 — Cyndi Rhone, 1991 103 — Shelly Kirby, 1988 78 — Cyndi Rhone, 1990 78 — Margie Kolat, 1991 74 — Shelly Kirby, 1990 73 — Amy Buford, 1983 73 — Michelle Hall, 1991 72 — Angela Lightfoot, 1992 68 — Tracy Kiest, 1989 65 — Shelly Kirby, 1989

Season Leaders 267 — Jennifer Schumann, 1989 257— Michelle Burger, 1985 243 — Jennifer Schumann, 1990 219 — Abby Cheng, 1990 206 — Abby Cheng, 1989 204 — Terri Duckworth, 1986 193 — Mary Vaughn, 1985 191 — Karen Toth, 1988 187 — Beth Anderson, 1988 179 — Michelle Burtt, 1991 179 — April Devine, 1991

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S u n Be l t C o nf e re nc e To u rname nt Hig h s A-State Volleyball Postseason Records

Arkansas State Kills (Ind.): 26, Cyndi Rhone, vs. Western Ky., 11/17/91 (Match 2) Kills (Team): 93, vs. Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Attempts (Ind.): 67, Cyndi Rhone, vs. Western Ky., 11/17/91 (Match 2) Attempts (Team): 260, vs. Western Ky., 11/17/91 (Match 2) Percentage (Ind.): .882, Katie Silliman, vs. New Orleans, 11/19/99 Percentage (Team): .465, vs. New Orleans, 11/19/99 Assists (Ind.): 68, Jessica Barney, vs. New Orleans, 11/19/99 Assists (Team): 86, vs. Western Ky., 11/19/91 (Match 2) Aces (Ind.): 3, by nine players; last by Kenzie Fields, vs. Georgia State, 11/18/16 Aces (Team): 9, vs. South Alabama, 11/20/98 (Match 1); vs. North Texas, 11/16/01 (Match 1) Digs (Ind.): 36, Markie Schaedig, vs. Texas State, 11/28/14 Digs (Team): 127, vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/19/93; vs. Western Ky., 11/17/91 (Match 1) Total Blocks (Ind.): 9, Cathy Koontz, vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/19/93 Total Blocks (Team): 17, vs. Appalachian State, 11/22/15 Block Solos (Ind.): 4, twice, last by Jessica Uke, vs. ULL, 11/27/14 Block Solos (Team): 7, twice, last vs. Texas State, 11/28/14 Block Assists (Ind.): 11, Kariana Castanon-Hill, vs. Appalachian State, 11/22/15 Block Assists (Team): 28, vs. Appalachian State, 11/22/15

Opponents Kills (Ind.): 27, Michelle Mingus, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Kills (Team): 94, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Attempts (Ind.): 65, Michelle Mingus, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Attempts (Team): 256, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Percentage (Ind.): .615, Lisa Bordes, Southwestern Louisiana, 11/21/97 (Match 1) Percentage (Team): .336, Western Kentucky, 11/16/12 Assists (Ind.): 71, Cindy Bradley, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Assists (Team): 74, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Aces (Ind.): 6, Melissa Starck, WKU, 11/21/98 (Match 2) Aces (Team): 9, USL, 11/21/97 (Match 1); WKU, 11/21/98 (Match 2) Digs (Ind.): 47, Michelle Mingus, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Digs (Team): 196, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2) Total Blocks (Ind.): 11, Anne Donovan, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 1) Total Blocks (Team): 17.5, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 1). Block Solos (Ind.): 3, by Annayka Legros, Coastal Carolina, 11/20/16 Block Solos (Team): 4, Arkansas-Little Rock, 11/20/92 Block Assists (Ind.): 9, Anne Donovan, Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 1) Block Assists (Team): 29, WKU, 11/17/91 (Match 1)

N C AA/N IVC To u rname nt Hig h s

Arkansas State Kills (Ind.): 18, Cyndi Rhone vs. Georgia (WIVC), 11/29/90 Kills (Team): 64, at Montana (NCAA), 11/30/94 Attempts (Ind.): 60, Margie Kolat vs. N. Iowa (NIVC), 12/4/93 Attempts (Team): 206, vs. Notre Dame (NIVC), 12/4/91 Percentage (Ind.): .600, Cyndi Rhone vs. Ga. (WIVC), 11/29/90 Percentage (Team): .310, vs. Murray State (WIVC), 21/1/89 Assists (Ind.): 49, Susan Buttry at Montana (NCAA), 11/30/94 Assists (Team): 52, at Montana (NCAA), 11/30/94 Aces (Ind.): 5, Set three times Aces (Team): 9, vs. Georgia (WIVC), 11/29/90 Digs (Ind.): 22, April Devine vs. Drexel (NIVC), 12/4/91 Digs (Team): 103, vs. Notre Dame (NIVC), 12/4/91 Total Blocks (Ind.): 9, Jennifer Schumann vs. Georgia (WIVC), 11/29/90; Jennifer Schumann vs. Boise State (WIVC), 12/1/89 Total Blocks (Team): 20, vs. Boise State (WIVC), 12/1/89 Block Solos (Ind.): 4, Michelle Burtt vs. Notre Dame (NIVC), 12/4/91; Jennifer Schumann vs Georgia (WIVC), 12/1/89 Block Solos (Team): 8, vs. Georgia (WIVC), 12/1/89 Block Assists (Ind.): 8, Jennifer Schumann vs. Georgia (WIVC), 11/29/90 Block Assists (Team): 26, vs. Georgia (WIVC), 11/29/90

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Opponents Kills (Ind): 22, Danielle Scott, Long Beach St. (NCAA), 12/4/92 Kills (Team): 71, Long Beach State (NCAA), 12/4/92 Attempts (Ind.): 50, Kate Galer, Northern Iowa (NIVC), 12/4/93; Agnes Dusza, Drexel (NIVC), 12/4/91 Attempts (Team): 182, Drexel (NIVC), 12/4/91 Percentage (Ind.): .875, Megan Tompkins, Michigan State (NCAA), 12/4/15 Percentage (Team): .442, Pepperdine (NCAA), 12/3/99 Assists (Ind.): 56, Sabrina Hernandez, Long Beach State (NCAA), 12/4/92 Assists (Team): 64, Long Beach State (NCAA), 12/4/92 Aces (Ind.): 4, Holly Toliver, Michigan State (NCAA), 12/4/15 Aces (Team): 10, Boise State (WIVC), 12/1/89 Digs (Ind.): 27, Deb Naylor, Drexel (NIVC), 12/4/91 Digs (Team): 110, Drexel (NIVC), 12/4/91 Total Blocks (Ind.): 11, Amy Guidick, Drexel (NIVC), 12/4/91 Total Blocks (Team): 20, Notre Dame (NIVC), 12/4/91 Block Solos (Ind.): 5, Carrie Shurr, N. Iowa (NIVC), 12/4/93 Block Solos (Team): 7, Northern Iowa (NIVC), 12/4/93 Block Assists (Ind.): 9, Jessica Fiebelkorn, Notre Dame (NIVC), 12/4/91 Block Assists (Team): 36, Notre Dame (NIVC), 12/4/91


A-State Volleyball Coaching Records Year

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Coach

Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Cheryl Buckmeier Cheryl Buckmeier Cheryl Buckmeier Chris Poole Chris Poole Chris Poole Chris Poole Chris Poole Chris Poole Jeff Hulsmeyer Jeff Hulsmeyer Jeff Hulsmeyer Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Craig Cummings Justin Ingram Justin Ingram Justin Ingram David Rehr David Rehr David Rehr David Rehr David Rehr 42 Seasons

Kay Woodiel 1975-1983 265-105-5 (.713)

Conference (Record)

---------------AWISA (20-0) AWISA (18-0) AWISA (15-0) AWISA (14-0) AWISA (16-0) AWISA (13-0) Southland (1-1) Southland (2-1) Southland (1-5) Southland (2-4) Southland (1-5) American South (4-2) American South (10-0) American South (10-0) American South (11-1) Sun Belt (5-0) Sun Belt (9-0) Sun Belt (9-0) Sun Belt (9-0) Sun Belt (9-0) Sun Belt (9-0) Sun Belt (6-3) Sun Belt (12-2) Sun Belt (14-2) Sun Belt (11-5) Sun Belt (3-11) Sun Belt (4-10) Sun Belt (8-6) Sun Belt (11-3) Sun Belt (4-9) Sun Belt (12-6) Sun Belt (8-10) Sun Belt (10-8) Sun Belt (12-6) Sun Belt (11-5) Sun Belt (12-4) Sun Belt (8-6) Sun Belt (9-9) Sun Belt (15-5) Sun Belt (16-0) Sun Belt (15-1)

Finish

---------Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Third Third Sixth Fourth Fifth Third Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Third Champions Co-Champions 3rd/East Div. 5th/East Div. 4th/East Div. 3rd/East Div. Co-Champions 5th/East Div. T-2nd/West Div. 5th/West Div. 4th/West Div. Co-Champions Co-Champions Champions 3rd/West Div. T-Fifth T-Second First 1st/West Div.

Overall

25-6 34-12 26-10 33-11 35-15 35-8-2 29-5-2 26-26-1 22-12 5-19 15-18 8-24 8-24 41-1 43-6 39-8 41-9 41-6 32-13 26-7 27-7 24-9 21-12 23-11 28-7 20-11 8-20 10-20 21-11 25-8 11-19 21-14 12-19 21-12 22-11 17-12 21-10 19-14 15-20 21-10 28-2 25-8 1,004-507-5

Pct.

.806 .739 .758 .750 .700 .778 .806 .491 .647 .208 .455 .250 .250 .976 .878 .830 .820 .872 .711 .788 .794 .727 .636 .676 .800 .645 .286 .333 .657 .757 .366 .600 .387 .636 .667 .586 .677 .576 .429 .677 .933 .758 .664

Postseason AIAW Regional AIAW Regional AIAW Regional AIAW Regional AIAW Regional AIAW Regional

WIVC WIVC NIVC NCAA 1st Round NIVC NCAA 1st Round NCAA 1st Round

NCAA 1st Round

NCAA 1st Round

Arkansas State Head Coaches

Cheryl Buckmeier 1984-1986 28-61 (.315)

Chris Poole 1987-1992 213-54 (.798)

Jeff Hulsmeyer 1993-1995 85-27 (.759)

Craig Cummings 1996-2008 245-173 (.586)

Justin Ingram 2009-2011 60-33 (.645)

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David Rehr 2012-Present 108-54 (.667)

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Year-by-Year Results

1975 Results Record: 25-6 (Third AWISA Tournament) Coach: Kay Woodiel Opponent Result Score UAPB W 2-0 Arkansas College W 2-0 vs. Ouachita Baptist W 2-1 at UALR W 2-1 vs. Central Arkansas W 2-0 vs. UALR W 2-1 at Arkansas College W 2-0 vs. Ouachita Baptist L 0-2 vs. Arkansas Tech W 2-1 at UAPB W 2-0 at Meramec College L 1-2 at Saint Louis L 1-2 at Hendrix College W 2-0 vs. UT Martin L 0-2 at Southwestern (Mem.) W 2-0 vs. UALR W 2-0 at Southern St. College W 2-0 vs. Hendrix College W 2-0 vs. Ouachita Baptist W 2-0 vs. UAPB W 2-1 at Arkansas Tech W 2-0 Central Arkansas W 2-0 Arkansas Tech W 2-0 vs. Southern St. College L 1-2 vs. UAPB W 2-0 at Central Arkansas W 2-0 Henderson State W 2-0 Hendrix College W 2-0 Southwestern (Mem.) W 2-0 AWISA State Tournament at Little Rock, Ark. vs. Arkansas W 2-0 vs. Southern St. College L 1-2

1976 Results Record: 34-12 (20-0 AWISA, AWISA Regular Season and Tournament Champions, AIAW Regional Participant) Coach: Kay Woodiel Opponent Result Score Saint Louis L 1-2 Southern Arkansas* W — UALR* W — vs. Hendrix College* W — at Ouachita Baptist* W — vs. UAPB* W — Southwestern (Mem.) W — Unknown L —

UT martin Invitational vs. Middle Tennessee W at UT Martin L vs. Ole Miss W vs. Southwestern (Mem.) W vs. Freed-Hardeman W at UT Martin W vs. Northern Kentucky L vs. Central Arkansas* at UAPB* at Henderson State* at Ouachita Baptist*

W W W W

vs. Arkansas Tech* at UALR*

W W

— — — — — — — — — — —

Southern Illinois Invitational at Southern Illinois L — vs. Eastern Illinois L — Unkown L — — —

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vs. Lambuth W vs. Middle Tennessee L vs. Freed-Hardeman W vs. Tulane L

Arkansas Tech* W Central Arkansas* W at Arkansas College* W vs. Southern Arkansas* W vs. UAPB* W Arkansas College* W Missouri-St. Louis W at Arkansas Tech* W vs. Henderson State* W at Southwestern (Mem.) W Hendrix College* W

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

AWISA State Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. Southern Arkansas W — Henderson State W — Henderson State W —

AIAW Region IV Tournament at Conway, Ark. Texas Lutheran L — Tulsa L — Oral Roberts L 1-2 Southern Arkansas W — —No Scores Available

1977 Results Record: 26-10 (18-0 AWISA, AWISA Regular Season and Tournament Champions, AIAW Regional Participant) Coach: Kay Woodiel Opponent Result Score at Southern Arkansas* W 3-0 vs. Arkansas Tech* W 3-0 vs. Ouachita Baptist* W 3-0 at Central Arkansas* W 3-1 at UALR* W 3-0 vs. Henderson State* W 3-1 Central Arkansas* W 3-0 UAPB* W 3-0 vs. UALR* W 3-0 at Arkansas College* W 3-0 Ole miss Invitational vs. Mississippi State W 2-0 vs. Jackson State W 2-0 at Mississippi L 0-2 vs. Montevallo W 2-0 at Mississippi L 0-3 at Southwestern (Mem.) W vs. Southern Arkansas* W at Hendrix College* W

3-0 3-0 3-1

memphis State Invitational at Memphis State L 1-2 vs. Northern Kentucky L 1-2 vs. Austin Peay State W 2-0 vs. SW Louisiana L 0-2

Saint Louis Invitational at Saint Louis L 0-2 vs. Eastern Illinois L 1-2 vs. Northeast Missouri St. L 0-2 at Arkansas College* W 3-0 vs. UAPB* W 3-0 Ouachita Baptist* W 3-0 Henderson State* W 3-0 Hendrix College* W 3-1 Arkansas Tech* W 3-0 Southwestern (Mem.) W 2-0 Christian Brothers W 2-0

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AIAW Region IV Tournament at Bethany, Okla. vs. Nicholls State L — vs. Abilene Christian L — vs. Okla. Panhandle St. W — —No Scores Available

1978 Results Record: 33-11 (15-0 AWISA, AWISA Regular Season and Tournament Champions, AIAW Regional Participant) Coach: Kay Woodiel Result Score Opponent vs. John Brown* W 3-0 at Arkansas Tech* W 3-0 Arkansas College* W 3-0 at UALR* W 3-0 vs. UAPB* W 3-0 Ole miss Invitational vs. Miss. U. for Women L 0-2 vs. Alabama L 0-2 vs. Tennessee-Martin W 2-0 at Mississippi L 1-2 vs. Memphis State W 2-1 vs. Memphis State L 0-2 Hendrix College* Central Arkansas*

W W

3-0 3-0

mississippi Univ. for Women Invitational vs. Florida State W 2-1 vs. Columbus College W 2-0 vs. New Orleans L 0-2 vs. Memphis State W 2-1 at Miss. U for Women L 1-2 at Henderson State* at Ouachita Baptist*

W W

3-1 3-0

at Arkansas College* vs. Arkansas Tech* at Southwestern (Mem.) vs. Lambuth at Southeast Missouri vs. Southern Illinois John Brown* Southern Arkansas* at Lambuth vs. Murray State Southeast Missouri at Central Arkansas* at Hendrix College*

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

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

UT martin Invitational vs. Southwestern (Mem.) W 2-0 vs. Mississippi L 0-2 vs. Tennessee Tech W 2-0 vs. Kentucky State W 2-1 vs. Memphis State W 2-0 vs. Mississippi L 0-2

AWISA State Tournament at magnolia, Ark. vs. Arkansas College W 3-0 vs. Henderson State W 3-0

AIAW Region IV Tournament at Fort Worth, Texas vs. Nicholls State W Forfeit vs. East Texas State L 0-2 vs. Southwestern (Texas) L 0-2

1979 Results Record: 35-15 (14-0 AWISA, AWISA Regular Season and Tournament Champions, AIAW Region-

al Participant) Coach: Kay Woodiel Opponent Result Score at Philander Smith* W 3-0 Henderson State* W 3-0 Memphis State L 1-2 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 3-0 mississippi Invitational vs. Mississippi State W 2-0 vs. Tulane L 0-2 vs. Tennessee-Martin W 2-0 at Mississippi L 1-2 vs. Memphis State L 0-2 vs. Mississippi State W 2-0 at Mississippi L 0-2 at Arkansas College* W 3-0 at Memphis State L 1-2

mississippi Univ. for Women Invitational at Columbus, miss. vs. Florida State L 0-2 vs. SE Louisiana W 2-0 vs. Nicholls State W 2-1 at Miss. U for Women W 2-1 vs. Alabama L 1-3 at John Brown* at Hendrix College* at Central Arkansas*

W W W

3-0 3-0 3-0

Arkansas Tech* Arkansas Tech* Arkansas College* at Southern Arkansas* Hendrix College* Southeast Missouri at Arkansas-Pine Bluff*

W W W W W W W

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

Central Arkansas* Ouachita Baptist*

W W

3-0 3-0

memphis State Invitational vs. Miss. U for Women L 1-2 vs. Tennessee-Martin W 2-0 at Memphis State W 2-0 vs. Louisville L 1-2 vs. Mississippi State W 2-0 vs. Mississippi L 0-2 vs. Miss. U. for Women L 2-3

UT martin Invitational Tournament vs. Austin Peay W 2-0 vs. Southwest Baptist W 2-1 vs. Northwest Missouri W 2-0 at Tennessee-Martin W 2-0 vs. MTSU W 2-0 vs. Murray State W 2-0 vs. Northwest Missouri W 2-0

AWISA State Tournament at Conway, Ark. at Hendrix College W 3-0 vs. Southern Arkansas W 3-1 vs. Arkansas College W 3-0

AIAW Region IV Tournament at Huntsville, Texas vs. Baylor L 1-2 vs. Southwestern (Texas) L 0-2 at Sam Houston State L 0-2

1980 Results Record: 35-8-2 (16-0 AWISA, AWISA Regular Season and Tournament Champions, AIAW Regional Participant)


Coach: Kay Woodiel Opponent Result Score Central Arkansas* W 3-0 Philander Smith* W 3-0 at Henderson State* W 3-1 at UALR* W 3-0

missouri Southern Tournament vs. Central Oklahoma W 2-0 at Missouri Southern T 1-1 vs. School of the Ozarks T 1-1 vs. William Woods L 1-2 at Arkansas College* W 3-0 at John Brown* W 3-0 vs. Arkansas Tech* W 3-1 at John Brown* W 3-0

Tennessee-martin Tournament vs. Vanderbilt W 2-0 vs. Austin Peay W 2-0 vs. Southwest Baptist W 2-0 vs. Mississippi State W 2-0 vs. Miss. U for Women W 3-1 vs. UAPB* W 3-0 mississippi State Tournament vs. SW Louisiana W 2-1 at Mississippi State W 2-1 vs. Southern W 2-0 vs. Northeast Louisiana W 2-0 vs. Southern Miss. W 2-0 vs. Northeast Louisiana W 2-0 at Mississippi State W 2-0

Arkansas Tech* Arkansas College* at Central Arkansas*

W W W

3-0 3-0 3-0

Oklahoma State Tournament vs. Oklahoma Baptist W 2-0 at Oklahoma State L 2-0 vs. Central Arkansas W 2-0 vs. Oklahoma L 0-2

at Hendrix College* Memphis State at Ouachita Baptist* Hendrix College* Southern Arkansas* at Memphis State

W L W W W L

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

AWISA State Tournament at Arkadelphia, Ark. vs. UALR W 3-0 vs. Southern Arkansas W 3-0

AIAW Region IV Tournament at Huntsville, Texas vs. Southern Arkansas W 2-0 vs. Southwestern (Texas) L 2-0 vs. Northeast Louisiana W 2-0 vs. Angelo State L 1-2 at Sam Houston State L 0-2

1981 Results Record: 29-5-2 (13-0 Arkansas Women’s Intercollegiate Sports Association, AWISA Regular Season and Tournament Champions, AIAW Regional Participant) Coach: Kay Woodiel Opponent Result Score at Arkansas-Pine Bluff* W 3-0

missouri Southern Tournament vs. Central Missouri T 1-1 at Missouri Southern T 1-1 vs. Northeast Oklahoma W 2-0 vs. School of the Ozarks W 2-0

vs. Tulsa vs. Central Missouri at Southern Arkansas* Arkansas Tech* Henderson State* Central Arkansas* Southeast Missouri St.

W L W W W W L

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

Tennessee-martin Tournament vs. MTSU W 2-0 vs. Montevallo W 2-0 vs. Maryville W 2-0 vs. Southwest Baptist W 2-1 vs. Southwest Baptist W 2-1 vs. Montevallo W 2-0 Hendrix College* W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 3-0 Mississippi State W 3-2 at Arkansas Tech* W 3-0 Arkansas College* W 3-0 Ouachita Baptist* W 3-0 at Hendrix College* W 3-0 at Central Arkansas* W 3-0 at SEMO W 3-1 at Arkansas College* W 3-2 at Missouri-St. Louis W 3-0 vs. Harris-Stowe State W 2-0 at Saint Louis L 0-2 AWISA State Tournament at Batesville, Ark. vs. Ouachita Baptist W 3-1 vs. Henderson State W 3-0

Southwestern AIAW Regional Tournament at Nacogdoches, Texas vs. Southwest Texas St. L 0-2 vs. Angelo State L 0-2 vs. Okla. Panhandle St. W 2-0

1982 Results Record: 26-26-1 (1-1 SLC, 3rd place SLC) Coach: Kay Woodiel Result Score Opponent Principia (Ill.) W 3-2 Henderson State W 3-0 Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 Southwestern (Mem.) W 3-0

missouri Southern Invitational Evangel W 2-0 Missouri Southern T 1-1 Avila (Mo.) W 2-0 St. Mary’s (Kan.) L 0-2 Missouri Southern L 0-2 School of Ozarks W 2-0 Southeast Missouri

W

3-2

mississippi University for Women Invitational West Georgia W 2-0 Southern Mississippi W 2-0 SW Louisiana W 2-1 Miss. Univ. for Women L 1-2 Columbus College W 2-0 Jackson State L 1-2 South Alabama L 0-2 Central Arkansas W 3-0

Tennessee-martin Invitational Miss. Univ. for Women L 1-2 Jacksonville State W 2-0 Montevallo L 0-2 Alabama A&M W 2-0 UT Martin L 0-2 Tennessee Tech L 1-2

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Southwest Baptist Southwestern (Mem.) Christian Brothers Texas Arlington* Missouri-St. Louis UT Martin Central Arkansas Memphis State Ole Miss Southeast Missouri Missouri-St. Louis Indiana State Mississippi State

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

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

Ole miss Invitational Mississippi State W 2-1 New Orleans W 2-0 Memphis State L 0-2 Ole Miss L 1-2 Memphis State L 0-2 UT Martin W 3-2 Northeast Louisiana* W 3-0 Ole Miss L 0-3 Memphis State L 1-3 North Texas State L 2-3

Southland Conference Tournament Northeast Louisiana W 3-1 Lamar L 0-3 McNeese State W 3-0 SW Louisiana W 3-2 Lamar L 1-3

1983 Results Record: 22-12 (2-1 SLC, 3rd place SLC) Coach: Kay Woodiel Opponent Result Score Henderson State W 3-0 at Central Arkansas W 3-0 Southeast Missouri L 2-3 at Arkansas Tech W 3-1 at Memphis State L 1-3 Oral Roberts Invitational vs. Oklahoma W 3-0 at Oral Roberts L 1-3 vs. Southwestern (Texas) L 0-3 vs. Texas Wesleyan W 3-0 vs. Tulsa W 3-0 Tennessee-martin Invitational at Tennessee-Martin L vs. Montevallo W vs. Southeast Missouri W at Tennessee-Martin L Arkansas Tech W at Arkansas-Little Rock W vs. Austin Peay W at Tennessee-Martin L at Saint Louis W Mississippi State W at Southeast Missouri W at North Texas State* W at Texas-Arlington* L Memphis State W Central Arkansas W Tennessee-Martin W Northeast Louisiana* W Arkansas-Little Rock W

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

memphis State Invitational at Memphis State L 0-3 vs. Illinois L 0-3 vs. Tulsa W 3-1 Southland Conference

Championships at Beaumont, Texas McNeese State L 2-3 Northeast Louisiana W 3-0 North Texas State L 0-3

1984 Results Record: 5-19 (1-5 SLC, 6th place SLC) Coach: Cheryl Buckmeier Result Score Opponent at Murray State W 3-0 Saint Louis L 1-3 at Southeast Missouri L 0-3 vs. Evansville L 1-3 memphis State Invitational at Memphis State L 0-3 vs. Mississippi State L 2-3 vs. Middle Tennessee W 3-0 mississippi State Invitational vs. Tulane L 0-3 vs. Southern Mississippi L 2-3 vs. Memphis State L 0-3 Eastern Illinois L 1-3 McNeese State* W 3-0 Southwestern Louisiana* L 2-3 at Texas-Arlington* L 0-3 at North Texas State* L 2-3 Memphis State L 0-3 Lamar* L 1-3 Murray State W 3-1 at Southeast Missouri L 0-2 vs. Missouri-St. Louis L 0-2 at Northeast Louisiana* L 0-3 Southland Conference Championships at Denton, Texas at North Texas State W 3-1 vs. Lamar L 0-3 vs. SW Louisiana L 0-3 1985 Results Record: 15-18 (2-4 SLC, 4th place SLC) Coach: Cheryl Buckmeier Opponent Result Score at Southeast Missouri L 0-2 vs. Missouri Baptist W 2-0 Saint Louis Invitational vs. Quincy College W 3-1 at Saint Louis W 3-1 vs. Tulsa L 2-3 vs. Eastern Illinois L 0-2 Murray State W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock L 2-3 mississippi State Invitational vs. Louisville L 0-3 vs. Florida L 1-3 at Mississippi State L 0-3 vs. New Orleans Texas-Arlington* at Mississippi Northeast Louisiana* Tennessee-Martin North Texas State* Memphis State at Murray State at Arkansas-Little Rock at Lamar* at McNeese State* at SW Louisiana* Mississippi SE Missouri State at Memphis State at Southern Indiana at Evansville at Tennessee-Martin

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

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

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Southland Conference Tournament at Arlington, Texas vs. North Texas State W 3-1 at UT Arlington L 0-3 vs. SW Louisiana W 3-2 vs. Northeast Louisiana L 0-3

1986 Results Record: 8-24 (1-5 Southland Conference) Coach: Cheryl Buckmeier Opponent Result Score Arkansas-Little Rock L 2-3 Saint Louis Invitational vs. Tulsa W 3-0 at Saint Louis W 3-0 vs. Southeast Missouri L 0-3 vs. Tulsa L 0-3 Murray State W 3-0 Tennessee L 0-3 Mississippi L 2-3 Oral Roberts Invitational vs. Northeast Louisiana L 0-3 vs. Memphis State L 2-3 at Oral Roberts L 0-3 Southeast Missouri L 1-3 Evansville Invitational at Evansville W 3-1 vs. Indiana State W 3-0

at Mississippi L 0-3 at Murray State W 2-0 vs. Western Kentucky W 2-0 SW Louisiana* L 1-3 at Memphis State L 0-3 at SEMO L 2-3 at UT Arlington* L 0-3 at North Texas State* L 0-3 Lamar* L 0-3 mississippi State Tournament vs. Mississippi L 1-3 at Mississippi State L 0-3 vs. UAB L —

at Arkansas-Little Rock L — at Northeast Louisiana* L 1-3 Memphis State L 1-3 McNeese State* W 3-2 Southland Conference Championships at Beaumont, Texas at Lamar L 0-3 vs. North Texas State L 1-3

1987 Results Record: 8-24 (4-2 American South) Coach: Chris Poole Opponent Result Score at Ole Miss L 0-3 vs. Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 at New Orleans* L 2-3 at Murray State L 1-3 vs. UT Martin W 3-0 Oklahoma Tournament vs. Baylor L 2-3 at Oklahoma L 0-3 vs. Wichita State L 0-3 Southeast Missouri L 0-3 Evansville Tri-match vs. Eastern Illinois L 0-3 at Evansville W 3-2 vs. Tennessee Tech W 3-0

at Memphis State L 0-3 mississippi State Invitational vs. New Orleans L 1-3

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0-3

Ole Miss L 1-3 at Stephen F. Austin L 1-3 vs. North Texas State L 2-3 at Sam Houston State L 0-3 Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 New Orleans* W 3-0 at Southeast Missouri L 2-3 Memphis State L 1-3 vs. New Orleans* L 0-3 at Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 Murray State L 0-3 mississippi Tri-match vs. Memphis State L 0-3 vs. UAB L 0-3 at Mississippi L 0-3 American South Championships at Beaumont, Texas at Lamar L 0-3 vs. SW Louisiana W 3-1 vs. New Orleans L 2-3

1988 Results Record: 41-1 (10-0 ASC, ASC Regular Season and Tournament Champions) Coach: Chris Poole Result Score Opponent ASU-KFC Invitational Oral Roberts W 3-0 Mississippi State W 3-0 North Texas W 3-0 Evansville W 3-1 at Mississippi W 3-1 at UT Martin W 3-1 vs. Austin Peay W 3-1 Saint Louis Invitational vs. Marquette W 3-0 at Saint Louis L 2-3 vs. Wichita State W 3-1 vs. Murray State W 3-0 Mississippi State W Murray State W Southeast Missouri W ASU-KFC Classic Stephen F. Austin W Southern Mississippi W South Alabama W Missouri W

3-0 3-0 3-0

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

at Memphis State W 3-1 vs. Kentucky-Wesleyan W 3-0 at Murray State W 3-1 at Southeast Missouri W 3-1 vs. Saint Louis W 3-1 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 American South Conference mini-Series I at Lafayette, La. vs. Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 vs. Lamar* W 3-2 vs. New Orleans* W 3-1

Memphis State W 3-1 American South Conference mini-Series II at Ruston, La. vs. UT-Pan American* W 3-0 vs. SW Louisiana* W 3-1 at Louisiana Tech* W 3-0

Virginia Tech W 3-2 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 American South Conference mini-Series III

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Ole Miss W at Mississippi State W American South Championships at New Orleans, La. New Orleans W Lamar W Lamar W

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

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

1989 Results Record: 43-6 (10-0 ASC, ASC Regular Season and Tournament Champions, WIVC Participant) Coach: Chris Poole Result Score Opponent memphis State Tournament vs. Florida L 0-3 at Memphis State L 1-3 vs. South Alabama W 3-0 vs. Southwest Missouri St. L 0-3 vs. UAB W 3-1 at Murray State W 3-0 ASU/KFC Invitational at Jonesboro, Ark. Austin Peay State W 3-0 Mississippi W 3-2 Alabama W 3-0 Saint Louis W 3-0

Southeast Missouri W 3-1 at Mississippi L 1-3 at Mississippi State W 3-0 UAB/Lady Blazer Classic at UAB W 3-2 vs. South Carolina W 3-0 vs. Georgia State W 3-0

at Southern Illinois W 3-2 at Austin Peay State W 3-0 vs. Western Kentucky W 3-1 Southwest missouri State Classic vs. Murray State W 3-0 vs. Butler W 3-1 at Southwest Missouri St. W 3-2 Murray State at Houston

W W

3-0 3-1

American South Conference mini-Series I at Beaumont, Texas vs. UT-Pan American* W 3-1 vs. SW Louisiana* W 3-1 vs. Louisiana Tech* W 3-0

at Stephen F. Austin W 3-1 American South Conference mini-Series II at Jonesboro, Ark. Lamar* W 3-1 New Orleans* W 3-1 UT-Pan American* W 3-0 SW Louisiana* W 3-0

vs. Saint Louis W 3-2 at Southeast Missouri W 3-0 Memphis State W 3-1 at Southern Miss. W 3-0 American South Conference mini-Series III at New Orleans, La. vs. Louisiana Tech* W 3-0

vs. Lamar* at New Orleans*

W W

3-1 3-1

at Northeast Louisiana W 3-0 Mississippi W 3-1 at Northwestern State W 3-0 vs. Tulane W 3-0 American South Championships at Lafayette, La. vs. Louisiana Tech W 3-0 vs. New Orleans W 3-1 vs. Lamar W 3-0 Women's Invitational Volleyball Championships at Birmingham, Ala. vs. Boise State L 2-3 vs. Murray State W 3-0 vs. Georgia L 0-3

1990 Results Record: 39-8 (11-1 American South, ASC Regular Season and Tournament Champions, WIVC Participant) Coach: Chris Poole Opponent Result Score ASU/KFC-Pepsi Invitational Eastern Illinois W 3-0 Northeast Louisiana W 3-0 Florida A&M W 3-0 South Carolina Tournament vs. William & Mary W 3-0 at South Carolina W 3-1 vs. Auburn L 2-3 vs. North Carolina W 3-2 at Georgia State W 3-0 Southeast Missouri L 2-3 Saint Louis Invitational vs. Northeast Louisiana W 3-0 at Saint Louis W 3-1 vs. Austin Peay State W 3-0 vs. Murray State W 3-1 Mississippi L 2-3 Texas Tech Tournament vs. Texas-El Paso W 3-0 vs. South Florida W 3-0 at Texas Tech L 0-3 at Memphis State L 2-3 at Southern Illinois W 3-2 ASU/KFC-Pepsi Classic UAB W 3-1 Sam Houston State W 3-0 Murray State W 3-0 American South Conference mini-Series I at Lafayette, La. vs. Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 at SW Louisiana* W 3-0 vs. UT-Pan American* W 3-0 vs. New Orleans* W 3-0 American South Conference mini-Series II at Ruston, La. vs. Lamar* W 3-0 vs. Central Florida* W 3-0 vs. SW Louisiana* W 3-0

at Northeast Louisiana W 3-0 American South Conference mini-Series II at Ruston, La. vs. UT-Pan American* W 3-0

at Southeast Missouri W 3-1 American South Conference mini-Series III at Edinburg, Texas


vs. Lamar* vs. New Orleans* vs. Louisiana Tech* vs. Central Florida*

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Memphis State L 2-3 at Murray State W 3-0 vs. Western Kentucky W 3-0 at Mississippi W 3-0 American South Championships at Jonesboro, Ark. SW Louisiana W 3-0 Lamar W 3-1 New Orleans W 3-1 Women's Invitational Volleyball Championships at Knoxville, Tenn. vs. Akron W 3-0 vs. Northern Iowa W 3-1 vs. Georgia W 3-0 vs. Boise State L 0-3

1991 Results Record: 41-9 (5-0 Sun Belt, Regular Season and Tournament Champions, NIVC Participant) Coach: Chris Poole Opponent Result Score Arkansas State Invitational Western Kentucky W 3-0 Stephen F. Austin W 3-0 Northern Arizona L 2-3

Southeast Missouri StateW 3-0 Eastern Illinois Tournament vs. Loyola (Chicago) W 3-1 vs. Valparaiso W 3-2 vs. Eastern Washington L 2-3 at Eastern Illinois W 3-0 memphis State Classic vs. Tulane W 3-0 at Memphis State W 3-0 UAB/Blazer Invitational vs. SW Louisiana L 1-3 vs. Mississippi W 3-1 at UAB L 2-3 ASU/KFC Pepsi Invitational Tennessee W 3-2 Southern Illinois W 3-1 Texas Tech L 1-3

Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-1 Sun Belt Conference mini-Series at Beaumont, Texas at Lamar* W 3-0 vs. New Orleans* W 3-1 vs. SW Louisiana* W 3-2 vs. UT-Pan American* W 3-0 vs. Louisiana Tech* W 3-0

Oral Roberts W 3-0 Arkansas State Tournament Central Florida W 3-1 New Orleans W 3-1 Louisiana Tech W 3-0 Murray State W 3-0 DePaul W 3-1 Memphis State W 3-0 UNO/Asics Crescent City Classic vs. SW Louisiana W 3-0 at New Orleans W 3-0 vs. Central Florida W 3-0 vs. Louisiana Tech W 3-0 UALR Classic at Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0

vs. Saint Louis vs. Murray State

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Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. Central Florida W 3-0 Lamar W 3-1 Western Kentucky L 2-3 Lamar W 3-0 Western Kentucky W 3-1 Western Kentucky W 3-2 at Southeast Missouri W 3-1 Albuturkey Classic vs. Arizona W 3-1 at New Mexico L 1-3 vs. Pittsburgh W 3-2 National Invitational Volleyball Championships at Dayton, Ohio vs. Drexel W 3-1 vs. Notre Dame L 2-3 vs. California L 0-3 vs. West Virginia W 3-0

1992 Results Record: 41-6 (9-0 Sun Belt, Regular Season and Tournament Champions, NCAA Northwest Regional) Coach: Chris Poole Opponent Result Score Mississippi W 3-0 Butler Invitational vs. Wright State W 3-0 at Butler W 3-0 vs. Auburn W 3-0 vs. Central Michigan W 3-1 vs. Saint Mary's W 3-0 at Duke L 1-3 at North Carolina State L 2-3 at North Carolina L 2-3 Ole miss Invitational vs. MTSU W 3-1 vs. Tulane W 3-0 vs. Northwestern State W 3-0 at Mississippi W 3-1

Memphis State W 3-0 at Kentucky L 2-3 vs. Alabama W 3-0 at Louisville L 0-3 ASU/Pizza Inn Invitational Kansas W 3-1 Southwest Texas State W 3-1 South Florida W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 Southern Illinois W WKU Invitational at Western Kentucky* W vs. Loyola-Chicago W vs. Xavier W South Alabama* New Orleans* at Murray State Alabama-Birmingham at Louisiana Tech* at SW Louisiana* Jacksonville* Arkansas-Little Rock* at Memphis State at Lamar* at Sam Houston State at Texas-Pan American* vs. Texas-San Antonio

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William & mary Classic vs. Seton Hall W 3-1 vs. Pittsburgh W 3-1 at William & Mary W 3-1 vs. Memphis State W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 Western Kentucky W 3-0 Lamar W 3-0 Lamar W 3-0 NCAA Tournament Northwest Region at Long Beach, Calif. at Long Beach State L 1-3

1993 Results Record: 32-13 (9-0 Sun Belt, Regular Season Champions, NIVC Participant) Coach: Jeff Hulsmeyer Result Score Opponent at Ole Miss W 3-2 ASU/Pizza Inn Invitational North Texas W 3-0 UAB W 3-1 Xavier W 3-1 Austin Peay W 3-0 ASU Classic Butler L Mississippi State W Central Michigan W Murray State W

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

at Texas L 0-3 Southern Premier Tournament at Southwest Texas State W 3-2 vs. Stephen F. Austin L 2-3 vs. Alabama L 2-3 vs. Texas A&M L 0-3 Ole Miss W at Jacksonville* W at Florida State L Northeast Louisiana W Lamar* W Texas-Pan American* W Stephen F. Austin L at Arkansas-Little Rock* W Louisiana Tech* W Southwestern Louisiana* W at Louisiana State L at New Orleans* W at South Alabama* W Memphis State W Shocker Invitational at Wichita State L vs. Kansas State W

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Western Kentucky* W 3-1 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-1 Saluki Quad Tournament vs. Southeast Missouri W 3-0 vs. Loyola-Chicago W 3-1 at Southern Illinois W 3-2 vs. Memphis State W 3-1

Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. New Orleans W 3-0 Louisiana Tech L 2-3 Western Kentucky W 3-1 Lamar W 3-2 Lamar L 0-3 National Invitational Volleyball Championships at Kansas City, mo. vs. Lehigh W 3-0

vs. Sacramento State vs. Northern Iowa vs. Wright State

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1994 Results Record: 26-7 (9-0 Sun Belt, Regular Season and Tournament Champions, NCAA Northwest Regional) Coach: Jeff Hulsmeyer Opponent Result Score Idaho/Safeco-Brannegan's Classic at Idaho L 0-3 vs. Oklahoma L 1-3 vs. Portland W 3-0 at Eastern Washington L 0-3 ASU/Pizza Inn-Jr. Foods Classic Western Illinois W 3-0 SE Missouri State W 3-0 Dayton W 3-0 Tennessee/mazda Classic vs. Radford W 3-0 at Tennessee W 3-1 vs. Morehead State W 3-0 vs. Boise State W 3-0 Louisville L 2-3 at Murray State W 3-0 Southwest Texas State W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 3-1 Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 Western Kentucky* W 3-1 at Mississippi State W 3-0 at Mississippi W 3-2 at Lamar* W 3-0 at Texas-Pan American* W 3-0 at Houston L 1-3 South Alabama* W 3-0 Jacksonville* W 3-0 at SW Louisiana* W 3-0 at New Orleans* W 3-0 at SE Louisiana W 3-0 VA Tech/Hardee's Invitational vs. Pittsburgh W 3-0 at Virginia Tech W 3-0 vs. George Mason L 2-3 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. Western Kentucky W 3-1 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 NCAA Tournament NW Regional at missoula, mont. at Montana L 1-3

1995 Results Record: 27-7 (9-0 Sun Belt, Regular Season and Tournament Champions, NCAA East Regional #8 seed ) Coach: Jeff Hulsmeyer Opponent Result Score ASU/Jr. Food’s Classic Texas-San Antonio W 3-0 Bradley W 3-1 SEMO W 3-0 McNeese State W 3-0 Sheraton Inn Classic at Lubbock, TX at Texas Tech L 1-3 vs. #15 Arizona State L 0-3 vs. Eastern Michigan W 3-2 Mississippi W 3-0 mazzio’s SFA Ladyjack Invitational vs. Kansas State L 1-3 at Stephen F. Austin L 0-3

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Murray State W 3-1 Northeast Louisiana W 3-0 Oral Roberts L 0-3 at Arkansas-Little Rock* W 3-1 at Louisiana Tech* W 3-1 Southern Illinois W 3-0 at Western Kentucky* W 3-0 Conference USA Challenge at Louisville, Ky. vs. Memphis W 3-2 at Louisville L 0-3

Lamar* W 3-0 Texas-Pan American* W 3-0 at Jacksonville* W 3-0 at South Alabama* W 3-2 at Mississippi W 3-2 SW Louisiana* W 3-0 New Orleans* W 3-1 vs. William & Mary W 3-0 at North Carolina W 3-1 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. Lamar W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 Memphis W 3-0 NCAA Tournament East Regional at Lubbock, Texas at Texas Tech L 2-3

1996 Results Record: 24-9 (9-0 Sun Belt, Regular Season Champions) Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent Result Score Domino's Pizza Classic at Albuquerque, Nm at New Mexico L 0-3 vs. Brigham Young L 0-3 mountain man Extreme Sports Classic at Jonesboro, AR UMKC W 3-0 Northern Iowa L 1-3 Morehead State W 3-1 Butler Doubletree Classic vs. Middle Tennessee W 3-1 at Butler L 0-3 vs. San Francisco W 3-0 vs. Bowling Green L 1-3 Pocahontas Federal ASU Classic Memphis W 3-1 Ole Miss L 0-3 Saint Louis W 3-0

at Samford W 3-0 at Alabama W 3-0 South Alabama* W 3-1 Jacksonville* W 3-0 at LSU W 3-2 at SW Louisiana* W 3-0 at New Orleans* W 3-1 Mississippi State W 3-2 Louisiana Tech* W 3-1 at Ole Miss L 1-3 Western Kentucky* W 3-0 at Lamar* W 3-0 at Texas-Pan American* W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 3-0 SIU Saluki Invitational vs. American W 3-0 at Southern Illinois W 3-0 vs. Evansville W 3-0

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at Oral Roberts

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1997 Results Record: 21-12 (6-3 Sun Belt, Tied for 3rd place) Coach: Craig Cummings Result Score Opponent Creighton First Serve Festival vs. Iowa State L 0-3 vs. UMKC W 3-1 at Creighton W 3-2 Pocahontas Federal ASU Classic Tennessee State W 3-2 Northwestern State W 3-1 Ole Miss W 3-0 Saint Louis Billiken Invitational vs. SEMO L 2-3 at Saint Louis L 1-3 vs. George Washington L 1-3 vs. East Tennessee St. W 3-0 Indiana University Classic vs. Illinois-Chicago W 3-1 vs. Auburn L 0-3 at Indiana L 0-3

at Murray State W 3-2 Texas-Pan American* W 3-0 Lamar* L 1-3 at SEMO L 2-3 at Western Kentucky* W 3-0 at Belmont W 3-1 vs. Jacksonville State W 3-0 at Northeast Louisiana W 3-1 at Louisiana Tech* W 3-1 at Arkansas-Little Rock* L 0-3 SW Louisiana* L 1-3 New Orleans* W 3-1 at Jacksonville* W 3-1 at South Alabama* W 3-1 at Austin Peay State L 1-3 Belmont's Bruin Classic vs. Samford W 3-0 vs. Tennessee State W 3-2 at Belmont W 3-1

at Mississippi W 3-1 Sun Belt Conference Championships at Little Rock, Ark. vs. SW Louisiana L 2-3

1998 Results Record: 23-11 (12-2 Sun Belt, Regular Season Champions) Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent Result Score Pocahontas Federal ASU Classic Morehead State W 3-1 Ohio University W 3-0 Morehead State W 3-1 Fresno State Invitational vs. Loyola-Chicago W 3-1 vs. Marshall L 1-3 vs. Sacramento State L 0-3 at Fresno State L 0-3 Mississippi

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Kentucky’s Conference Challenge at Kentucky L 0-3 vs. Clemson L 1-3 vs. Southern Methodist L 0-3

at Western Kentucky* L 2-3 at Florida International* W 3-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 3-0 at Tennessee-Martin W 3-0 SW Louisiana* W 3-0 Louisiana Tech* W 3-1 at Southeast Missouri L 1-3 at South Alabama* W 3-0 at New Orleans* L 1-3 at Jackson State W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 3-0 Murray State W 3-0 Western Kentucky* W 3-2 Florida International* W 3-0 at SW Louisiana* W 3-0 at Louisiana Tech* W 3-2 Mississippi W 3-0 South Alabama* W 3-0 New Orleans* W 3-0 Southeast Missouri W 3-1 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Championships at Little Rock, Ark. vs. South Alabama W 3-0 vs. Western Kentucky L 0-3

1999 Results Record: 28-7 (14-2 Sun Belt, Regular Season Co-Champion and Tournament Champion, NCAA Central Regional #15 seed) Coach: Craig Cummings Result Score Opponent at Southeast Missouri W 3-0 Pocahontas Federal Savings And Loan/ASU Classic Belmont W 3-0 Baylor L 0-3 Jackson State W 3-0 Louisiana-Monroe W 3-0 New Mexico

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Ole miss/magnolia Invitational at Ole Miss L 1-3 Wake Forest L 1-3 Wake Forest L 1-3 Southern mississippi's Holiday Inn Classic IUPUI W 3-2 Southern University W 3-0 Troy State W 3-1 at Southern Mississippi W 3-0 Denver* W Florida International* W at Louisiana-Lafayette* W at South Alabama* W at Arkansas-Little Rock* L at Louisiana Tech* W New Orleans* W Western Kentucky* W at Denver* L at Florida International* W Mississippi W Louisiana-Lafayette* W South Alabama* W Tennessee-Martin W Arkansas-Little Rock* W Louisiana Tech* W at New Orleans* W

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

at Western Kentucky W 3-1 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Little Rock, Ark. New Orleans W 3-1 Louisiana-Lafayette W 3-0 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 NCAA Tournament Central Regional at malibu, Calif. at Pepperdine L 0-3

2000 Results Record: 20-11 (11-5 Sun Belt, 3rd place, East Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Result Score Opponent Pocahontas Federal Savings and Loan/ASU Classic Nicholls State W 3-0 UT Chattanooga W 3-2 Jackson State W 3-0 UT Martin W 3-1 missouri's Tiger Invitational Marquette W 3-1 Texas Christian L 0-3 Morgan State W 3-0 at Missouri L 0-3 LSU Tiger Classic at LSU W 3-2 vs. Texas Tech L 0-3 vs. SE Louisiana W 3-0 at Arkansas-Little Rock* L 0-3 at South Alabama* W 3-2 Ole Miss L 0-3 at Florida International* W 3-0 at Louisiana Tech* W 3-1 Western Kentucky* L 1-3 Middle Tennessee* W 3-2 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-1 North Texas W 3-1 at Mississippi L 0-3 at Denver* L 1-3 at New Mexico State* W 3-0 at Western Kentucky* L 1-3 at Middle Tennessee * W 3-0 Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 Florida International* W 3-0 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 3-0 at New Orleans* L 1-3 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at New Orleans, La. vs. North Texas W 3-0 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette L 0-3

2001 Results Record: 8-20 (5-9 Sun Belt, 5th place, East Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent ResultScore Texas-Arlington Classic vs. Oregon L 1-3 at UT Arlington W 3-2 vs. North Carolina A&T W 3-0 Ole miss/magnolia Invitational vs. UT Martin L 1-3 vs. Samford W 3-1 vs. Southern Miss. W 3-0 at Ole Miss L 2-3 UALR* South Alabama* Florida International* at Middle Tennessee* at Western Kentucky* Ole Miss at Louisiana-Lafayette* at North Texas*

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at Southeast Missouri L 0-3 Denver* L 0-3 New Mexico State* L 0-3 at UT Martin L 0-3 Western Kentucky* L 2-3 Middle Tennessee* L 2-3 at Miami L 1-3 at Florida International* L 1-3 at UALR* L 1-3 at New Orleans* L 0-3 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Denver, Colo. at Denver * L 0-3 Alabama Crimson Tide Invtl. vs. Samford W 3-0 at Alabama L 0-3

2002 Results Record: 10-20 (4-10 Sun Belt. 4th place, East Division Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent Result Score Arkansas State Classic Nicholls State W 3-0 Belmont W 3-0 Northwestern State W 3-2 Texas Christian L 0-3 Southeast Missouri L 1-3 memphis Tournament at Memphis L 0-3 vs. Birmingham-Southern W 3-1 at #25 Kansas State L Illini Classic at Illinois L vs. Jacksonville State L

UT Martin L Ole Miss L Florida International* W at Western Kentucky* L at Belmont W at Middle Tennessee* L Denver* W at UALR* L Oral Roberts L at New Orleans* L at South Alabama* W at Memphis L vs Belmont University W North Texas* L Louisiana-Lafayette* L UALR* L at New Mexico State* L Middle Tennessee* L Western Kentucky* L at Florida International* W

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0-3 2-3

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2003 Results Record: 21-11 (8-6 Sun Belt, 3rd place, East Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent Result Score American State Bank/ASU Classic Eastern Kentucky W 3-0 UT Martin W 3-0 Northwestern State W 3-1 Memphis W 3-2 Texas State Tournament vs. Pepperdine L 1-3 vs. Florida State L 1-3 at Texas State W 3-1 vs. Louisiana Tech W 3-1 at Ole Miss W TCU Adidas Classic vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff W vs. UT-Pan American W at TCU L

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Year-by-Year Results

Southeast Missouri W 3-0 at Tennessee-Martin W 3-0 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 3-0 at Florida International* W 3-2 at Oral Roberts L 1-3 Western Kentucky* W 3-2 Middle Tennessee* W 3-1 at Denver* L 2-3 UALR* W 3-0 New Orleans* W 3-0 South Alabama* W 3-0 at North Texas* L 2-3 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-2 at UALR* L 2-3 New Mexico State* L 1-3 at Middle Tennessee* L 2-3 at Western Kentucky* L 0-3 at Lipscomb W 3-0 Florida International* W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky. vs. North Texas L 0-3

2004 Results Record: 25-8 (11-3 Sun Belt, t-1st place, East Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Result Score Opponent American State Bank/ASU Classic Louisiana Tech W 3-0 Jackson State W 3-0 Stephen F. Austin W 3-2 Austin Peay W 3-0 at Southeast Missouri W 3-0 missouri Tiger Classic vs. Mississippi State L 1-3 at Missouri L 1-3 vs. Idaho L 1-3 vs. Creighton L 0-3

at Memphis W 3-1 UmKC Kangaroo Classic at UMKC W 3-1 vs. North Dakota State W 3-1

Ole Miss W 3-0 Florida International* W 3-0 Tennessee-Martin W 3-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 3-0 at Middle Tennessee* L 2-3 at Western Kentucky* L 0-3 at UALR* W 3-1 Denver* W 3-0 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 3-0 at South Alabama* W 3-1 at New Orleans* W 3-2 at UT Martin W 3-2 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-1 North Texas* W 3-0 UALR* W 3-1 at New Mexico State* L 1-3 Western Kentucky* W 3-1 Middle Tennessee* W 3-1 at Florida International* W 3-0 at Florida Atlantic W 3-2 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at New Orleans, La. vs. UALR L 1-3

2005 Results Record: 11-19 (4-9 Sun Belt,5th place, East Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent Result Score Houston Cougar Invitational vs. Miami L 1-3

vs. Sam Houston St. at Houston vs. Ole Miss

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UT Martin W 3-0 Saluki Invitational vs. UMKC W 3-0 at Southern Illinois W 3-0

at Ole Miss L 0-3 TIS Bookstore Hoosier Classic vs. Dayton L 0-3 at Indiana L 0-3 vs. Western Michigan L 1-3 Southeast Missouri W 3-1 Florida International* W 3-0 Memphis W 3-0 Middle Tennessee* L 1-3 Western Kentucky* L 0-3 at UALR* L 0-3 at Denver* L 0-3 at UT Martin W 3-0 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-0 at Southeast Missouri L 1-3 at South Alabama* L 2-3 at Alabama State W 3-0 at Troy* W 3-1 UALR* L 0-3 North Texas* W 3-1 at Western Kentucky* L 0-3 at Middle Tennessee* L 0-3 at Florida International* L 2-3 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at murfreesboro, Tenn. vs. Middle Tennessee L 0-3

2006 Results Record: 21-14 (12-6, Sun Belt, T2nd place, West Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent Result Score Florida Gator Aquafina Invitational vs. Utah L 0-3 vs. South Florida W 3-1 missouri State Invitational vs. Northwestern State W 3-0 vs. UMKC W 3-1 at Missouri State L 0-3 Stephen F. Austin Invitational vs. Baylor L 1-3 vs. Houston W 3-2 vs. Tennessee State L 2-3 at Stephen F. Austin L 0-3 Eastern Kentucky Invitational vs. IUPUI W 3-0 at Eastern Kentucky W 3-2 vs. Belmont L 1-3 vs. Miss. Valley State at Central Arkansas North Texas* Denver* at Louisiana-Lafayette* at New Orleans* at Louisiana-Monroe* Western Kentucky* Middle Tennessee* Alabama State Central Arkansas at Troy* at South Alabama* Florida International* Florida Atlantic* at UALR* at North Texas* at Denver* UALR* Louisiana-Lafayette*

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Louisiana-Monroe* W 3-0 New Orleans* W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Denton, Texas vs. Florida International L 0-3

2007 Results Record: 12-19 (8-10, Sun Belt, T5th place, West Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Result Score Opponent Ole miss/magnolia Inv. vs. Jacksonville State L 0-3 at Ole Miss L 2-3 vs. Missouri L 0-3 ASU/Bancorp South Classic Murray State L 0-3 Northwestern State L 0-3 San Jose State W 3-1 UCA Invitational vs. UT Martin L 0-3 vs. Centenary W 3-2 vs. Miss. Valley State W 3-0 memphis Classic vs. UAB L 0-3 vs. Stetson W 3-0 at Memphis L 0-3

at Denver* L 0-3 at North Texas* L 2-3 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-0 New Orleans* L 1-3 ULM* W 3-1 at Western Kentucky* L 0-3 at Middle Tennessee* L 1-3 vs. Troy* W 3-0 vs. South Alabama* W 3-0 at Florida International* L 0-3 at Florida Atlantic* W 3-1 vs. UALR* L 0-3 vs. North Texas* L 1-3 vs. Denver* L 1-3 at UALR* L 0-3 at ULM* W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-1 at New Orleans* W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Denver, Colo. vs. Middle Tennessee L 0-3

2008 Results Record: 21-12 (10-8, Sun Belt, 4th place, West Division) Coach: Craig Cummings Opponent Result Score Texas Southern Tournament vs. Miss. Valley State W 3-0 at Texas Southern W 3-0 vs. The Citadel W 3-0 vs. UT Martin W 3-0 UmKC Tournament vs. Samford L 0-3 vs. Morgan State W 3-0 at UMKC W 3-0 Southern Illinois Tournament vs. SE Missouri State L 2-3 at Southern Illinois L 1-3 vs. Western Illinois W 3-1 Western Carolina Tournament vs. Presbyterian W 3-0 at Western Carolina W 3-0 vs. Norfolk State W 3-2 New Orleans* Louisiana-Lafayette* ULM* at South Alabama* at Troy*

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Memphis W 3-1 Middle Tennessee* L 1-3 Western Kentucky* L 0-3 at New Orleans* W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-1 at ULM* W 3-0 Florida Atlantic* W 3-2 Florida International* L 1-3 at UALR* W 3-2 Denver* L 1-3 North Texas* L 1-3 UALR* L 0-3 at North Texas* W 3-0 at Denver* L 0-3 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at miami, Fla. vs. Middle Tennessee L 0-3

2009 Results Record: 22-11 (12-6, Sun Belt, T1st place, West Division) Coach: Justin Ingram Opponent Result Score memphis Invitational vs. SE Missouri State L 1-3 vs. Evansville W 3-2 at Memphis W 3-0 ASU Invitational UAPB W 3-0 Jackson State W 3-0 Houston Baptist W 3-0

at UT-Martin W 3-0 mSU Bulldog Invitational at Mississippi State W 3-1 vs. Northwestern State W 3-0 vs. Eastern Michigan W 3-1 UT-Arlington Hilton Invitational vs. Texas Southern W 3-0 at UT-Arlington L 2-3 vs. Tulsa L 0-3 vs. Texas Christian L 1-3

at New Orleans* L 1-3 at ULM* W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-0 South Alabama* W 3-0 Troy* W 3-1 at Middle Tennessee* L 2-3 at Western Kentucky* L 1-3 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-1 New Orleans* L 2-3 ULM* W 3-0 at Florida Atlantic* W 3-0 at Florida International* L 0-3 UALR* W 3-2 at Denver* L 1-3 at North Texas* W 3-2 at UALR* W 3-1 North Texas* W 3-1 Denver* W 3-2 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky. vs. New Orleans L 2-3

2010 Results Record: 17-12 (11-5, Sun Belt, T1st place, West Division) Coach: Justin Ingram Opponent Result Score ASU Invitational UAPB W 3-0 Northwestern State L 2-3 Louisiana Tech W 3-2 IU adidas Classic at Indiana L 0-3 vs. North Carolina State L 0-3 vs. Illinois State L 2-3 Radisson Tulsa Airport Invitational

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Western Kentucky* L 0-3 Middle Tennessee* L 0-3 at Troy* W 3-1 at South Alabama* L 2-3 at North Texas* W 3-1 at Denver* W 3-0 UALR* W 3-1 Florida Atlantic* W 3-0 Florida International* W 3-0 at ULM* W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L 1-3 Denver* W 3-2 North Texas* L 2-3 at UALR* W 3-1 ULM* W 3-0 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at murfreesboro, Tenn. vs. North Texas L 0-3

2011 Results Record: 21-10 (12-4, Sun Belt, 1st place, West Division) Coach: Justin Ingram Result Score Opponent Samford/UAB Tournament vs. Akron W 3-0 at UAB L 2-3 at Samford L 2-3 Lipscomb Invitational vs. Charlotte W 3-2 vs. Tennessee Tech W 3-0 at Lipscomb W 3-1 at Saint Louis L 1-3 missouri State Invitational vs. South Dakota State L 2-3 at Missouri State L 1-3 vs. Hofstra W 3-2

SEMO W 3-0 Northwestern State Invitational vs. Alcorn State W 3-0 vs. Central Arkansas W 3-0 at Northwestern State W 3-0 at Middle Tennessee* W 3-2 at Western Kentucky* L 0-3 UALR* W 3-1 South Alabama* W 3-1 Troy* W 3-0 Denver* W 3-1 North Texas* W 3-0 at UALR* W 3-1 at Florida International* L 2-3 at Florida Atlantic* W 3-0 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-1 ULM* W 3-1 at North Texas* L 0-3 at Denver* L 1-3 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-0 at ULM* W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at murfreesboro, Tenn. vs. North Texas L 1-3

2012 Results Record: 19-14 (8-6, Sun Belt, 3rd place, West Division) Coach: David Rehr Opponent Result Score

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Memphis W 3-0 Kansas University Invitational vs. Nebraska-Omaha W 3-1 vs. Tulsa L 0-3 vs. Sam Houston St. W 3-1 at Kansas L 1-3 mcNeese State Invitational vs. Baylor L 1-3 vs. Bethune-Cookman W 3-0 vs. Hampton W 3-0 at McNeese St. W 3-0 CEFCU Classic vs. Long Beach State L 1-3 vs. Northern Iowa W 3-1 at Bradley W 3-1

at Florida Atlantic* W 3-1 at Florida International* L 0-3 North Texas* L 0-3 ULM* W 3-0 at SEMO W 3-2 Troy* W 3-1 South Alabama* W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L 1-3 at UALR* W 3-0 at Western Kentucky* L 0-3 at Middle Tennessee* W 3-1 UALR* L 2-3 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-0 at Missouri L 0-3 at North Texas* L 1-3 at ULM* W 3-1 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky. vs. UALR W 3-1 at Western Kentucky L 0-3

2013 Results Record: 15-20 (9-9, Sun Belt, T5th Place) Coach: David Rehr Opponent Result Score mizzou Invitational vs. Pittsburgh L 0-3 vs. Idaho State L 0-3 vs. South Dakota L 1-3 at Missouri L 0-3 Ole miss magnolia Invitational vs. Georgia Southern L 1-3 vs. Kennesaw State W 3-2 at Ole Miss L 1-3 Hampton Inn Bama Bash vs. UT Martin W 3-1 at Alabama L 0-3 vs. Nicholls State W 3-0 at Memphis W 3-1 Belmont Bruin Classic vs. UAB L 0-3 at Belmont L 1-3 vs. Mississippi State L 1-3 Georgia State* Troy* at UALR* South Alabama* Louisiana-Lafayette* at Texas State* at UT Arlington* ULM* Western Kentucky* UAPB UT Arlington* at Western Kentucky*

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UALR* L 2-3 at South Alabama* L 0-3 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L 0-3 at Troy* L 1-3 at Georgia State* W 3-1 at ULM* W 3-0 Texas State* W 3-2 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Troy, Ala. vs. UALR W 3-2 vs. Texas State L 0-3

2014 Results Record: 21-10 (15-5, Sun Belt, T2nd Place) Coach: David Rehr Result Score Opponent George Washington Invitational at George Washington L 0-3 vs. North Dakota L 2-3 vs. Auburn L 0-3 memphis Invitational vs. UT Martin W 3-0 vs. Ole Miss L 1-3 at Memphis W 3-2 SIU-Edwardsville Invitational vs. UAPB W 3-0 vs. Southern Utah W 3-0 at SIU-Edwardsville W 3-0 Texas State* L 0-3 at Georgia Southern* W 3-1 at Troy* W 3-2 at South Alabama* W 3-0 ULM* W 3-0 UT Arlington* W 3-1 Georgia State* W 3-0 at UALR* L 0-3 at UT Arlington* L 2-3 at Texas State* L 1-3 Appalachian State* W 3-2 South Alabama* W 3-0 Troy* W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-2 at Georgia State* W 3-1 at Appalachian State* W 3-1 at ULM* W 3-0 Georgia Southern* W 3-1 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-1 UALR* L 0-3 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at San marcos, Texas vs. Louisiana-Lafayette W 3-0 at Texas State L 1-3

2015 Results Record: 28-2 (16-0, Sun Belt, 1st Place, Regular Season SBC Champions, SBC Tournament Champions, NCAA Tournament, First Round) Coach: David Rehr Opponent Result Score Redhawks Invitational at Southeast Missouri W 3-0 vs. UMKC W 3-0 vs. Saint Louis W 3-0 South Florida Classic at South Florida W 3-0 vs. Missouri L 2-3 vs. Florida Gulf Coast W 3-1 at Missouri State W 3-2 Golden Hurricane Classic vs. Southern Illinois W 3-0 at Tulsa W 3-0 vs. Stephen F. Austin W 3-0 at South Alabama*

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at Troy* W 3-2 UT Arlington* W 3-1 Troy* W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 3-0 at ULM* W 3-0 at Little Rock* W 3-2 at Georgia Southern* W 3-0 South Alabama* W 3-0 Texas State* W 3-2 ULM* W 3-0 Little Rock* W 3-1 Georgia Southern* W 3-0 at Georgia State* W 3-0 at Appalachian State* W 3-1 Appalachian State* W 3-0 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Statesboro, Ga. at Georgia Southern W 3-0 vs. Little Rock W 3-0 vs. Appalachian State W 3-2 NCAA Tournament First Round at Seattle, Wash. vs. Michigan State L 0-3

Year-by-Year Results

2016 Results Record: 25-8 (15-1, Sun Belt, 1st Place, West Division) Coach: David Rehr Opponent Result Score TCU Invitational vs. Northwestern State W 3-0 vs. North Carolina St. W 3-0 at TCU L 2-3 marcia E. Hamilton Classic at Saint Louis W 3-1 vs. Cal Poly W 3-2 vs. No. 19 WKU L 1-3 at Ole Miss L A-State Invitational Central Arkansas W UT Martin W Tulsa L Missouri State L Hoosier Classic at Indiana W vs. Cleveland State L vs. IUPUI W

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All-Time Records versus opponents

Abilene Christian . . . . . . . .0-1 Air Force . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Akron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5 Alabama A&M . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Alabama State . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Alcorn State . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 American . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Angelo State . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Appalachian State . . . . . .6-0 Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Arizona State . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Arkansas College . . . . . . .16-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff . . . . .22-0 Arkansas Tech . . . . . . . . .18-0 Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Austin Peay State . . . . . . .10-1 Avila (Mo.) . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-5 Belmont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2 Bethune-Cookman . . . . . . .1-0 Birmingham-Southern . . . . .1-0 Boise State . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 Bowling Green . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Bradley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2 California . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Cal Poly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Centenary . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Central Arkansas . . . . . .23-1 Central Florida . . . . . . . . .5-0 Central Michigan . . . . . . . . .2-0 Central Missouri . . . . . . .0-1-1 Central Oklahoma . . . . . . . .1-0 Charlotte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Christian Brothers . . . . . . . .2-0 Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Citadel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Clemson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Cleveland State . . . . . . . . .0-1 Coastal Carolina . . . . . . . .1-1 Columbus College (Ga.) . . .2-0 Creighton . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Dayton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Denver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-13 DePaul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Drexel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Duke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 East Tennessee State . . . . .1-0 East Texas State . . . . . . . . .0-1 Eastern Kentucky . . . . . . . .2-0 Eastern Illinois . . . . . . . . . .2-5 Eastern Michigan . . . . . . . .2-0 Eastern Washington . . . . . .0-2 Evangel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Evansville . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2 Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Florida A&M . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Florida Atlantic . . . . . . . . . .8-0 Florida Gulf Coast . . . . . . . .1-0 Florida International . . . . .15-9 Florida State . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Freed-Hardeman . . . . . . . .2-0 Fresno State . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 George Mason . . . . . . . . . .0-1 George Washington . . . . . .0-2 Georgetown . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Georgia Southern . . . . . . .6-1 Georgia State . . . . . . . . . .9-0 Hampton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0

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Harris-Stowe State . . . . . . .1-0 Henderson State . . . . . . . .15-0 Hendrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-0 Hofstra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2 Houston Baptist . . . . . . . . .1-0 Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Idaho State . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Illinois-Chicago . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Illinois State . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Indiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Indiana State . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 IUPUI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Iowa State . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Jackson State . . . . . . . . . . .6-1 Jacksonville . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0 Jacksonville State . . . . . . . .2-2 John Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-0 Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Kansas State . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 Kennesaw State . . . . . . . . .1-0 Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Kentucky State . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Kentucky Wesleyan . . . . . .1-0 Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23-11 Lambuth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Lehigh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Lipscomb . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Little Rock . . . . . . . . . . .54-23 Long Beach State . . . . . . . .0-2 Louisiana-Lafayette . . .47-14 Louisiana State . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . . .28-1 Louisville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-5 Loyola-Chicago . . . . . . . . . .4-0 Marquette . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Maryville College (Tenn.) . .1-0 Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 McNeese State . . . . . . . . . .5-2 Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29 Meramec College . . . . . . . .0-1 Miami (Fla.) . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Michigan State . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Middle Tennessee . . . . . .12-17 Mississippi State . . . . . . . .18-7 Miss. Univ. for Women . . . .2-6 Mississippi Valley State . . .3-0 Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-6 Missouri-St. Louis . . . . . . . .3-2 Missouri Baptist . . . . . . . . .1-0 Missouri Southern St. . . .0-1-3 missouri State. . . . . . . . . .2-4 Montana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Montevallo . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1 Morehead State . . . . . . . . .4-0 Morgan St. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Murray State . . . . . . . . . . .26-3 Nebraska-Omaha . . . . . . . .1-0 New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . .1-4 New Orleans . . . . . . . . . .32-15 Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Norfolk State . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 North Carolina . . . . . . . . . .2-1 North Carolina A&T . . . . . . .1-0 North Carolina State . . . . . .1-2 North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 North Dakota State . . . . . . .1-0 North Texas . . . . . . . . . .17-19 Northeast Missouri State . . .0-1 Northeastern State (Okla.) . .1-0 Northern Arizona . . . . . . . . .0-1

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Univ. of St. Mary (Kan.) . . .0-1 Utah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 UT Arlington . . . . . . . . . . .7-9 UT Martin . . . . . . . . . . . .25-11 Valparaiso . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Vanderbilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Virginia Tech . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Wake Forest . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 West Georgia . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Western Carolina . . . . . . . .1-0 Western Illinois . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Western Kentucky . . . . .20-24 Western Michigan . . . . . . . .0-1 Wichita State . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 William & Mary . . . . . . . . . .3-0 William Woods . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Wright State . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Xavier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 0-2 versus Unknown (1976)

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Arkansas College is now Lyon College Columbus College is now Columbus State (Ga.) East Texas State is now Texas A&M University-Commerce Little Rock was formerly UALR and Arkansas-Little Rock Louisiana-Lafayette was formerly Southwestern Louisiana Louisiana-Monroe is also known as ULM and was formerly Northeast Louisiana Missouri State was formerly Southwest Missouri State Northeast Missouri State is now Truman State Southern Arkansas was formerly Southern State College Texas-Pan American is now the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) Texas State was formerly Southwest Texas State


A Aaron, Robin '04 '05 ‘06 ‘07 Adams, Lindsey, ‘02 Anderson, Beth '88 '89 Asher, Kay '75 B Baker, Christin, ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Baker, Pat '76 '77 '78 '79 Barney, Jessica '99 Baska, Megan ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Beat, Stacy ‘95 '96 Bennett, Ashlyn '01 Bennett, Laura ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Benson, Kaelynn ‘08 Binkley, Amie '90 '91 '92 Bolenz, Valerie '75 Bowman, Heather ‘08 ‘09 Buford, Amy '83 Buckmeier, Cheryl '77 '78 '79 '80 Burger, Michelle '85 Burtt, Michelle '91 '92 Buttry, Susan '93 '94 C Cagle, Amber '00 Cagle, Kasey '97 '98 Campbell, Autumn '04 Campbell, Cindy '81 '82 '83 '84 Castanon-Hill, Kariana ‘14 ‘15 Catalane, Kristen ‘07 ‘08 Chaparro, Amanda ‘11 ‘12 Cheng, Abby '89 '90 Chowen, Leslie ‘95, '96 Chowen, Teddi '97 '99 '00 Clark, Cindy '90 Clark, Pat '87 '88 '89 Clark, Sadie ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Cline, Lindsay ‘15 ‘16 Cochran, Beth '96 '97 '98 '99 Cooper, Janis '75 '76 '77 '78 Cox, Laura '90 Cox, Pam '84 '85 '86 '87 Coughlin, Taylor ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Crane, Andrea '82 '84 '85 '86 Crislip, Brittany ‘08 ‘09 Crncic, Shelby ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Cunningham, Debbie '84 D Dack, Jamie '86 Darby, Sherri '81 '82 '84 '85 Davis, Judy '77 '78 '79 '80 Davis, Kendal ‘13 ‘14 Devine, April '91 DeWalt, Mandy ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Dreisel, Glenna Jo '76 '77 Duckworth, Terri '85 '86 Dunn, Darlene '88 '89 E Elkins, Lesli '99 '01 ‘02 England, Laurel ‘07 ‘08 Erford, Tristan '02 '03 '04 '05 Eskridge, Candice ‘07 Evers, Michal '97 '99 '00 ‘01 F Fair, Lauren '93 '94 ’95 '96 Falls, Cindy ‘78 '79 '80 '81 Fielder, Cayla ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Fields, Kenzie ‘16 Franke, Noelle ‘07 Franks, Christy Walker '85 '86 '87 Freeman, Amber '01 ‘02 Fukey, Laura '85 G

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Gerig, Jackie ‘13 Gillion, Heather '05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 Glitzner, Jenny '90 Graff, Darby ‘15 Griffin, Miranda ‘02 '03 Grimes, Nicole '95 '96 '97 '98 Grosser, Chayla '05 Guerra, Nikki '97 '98 '99 '00 H Hadar, Marie ‘11 ‘12 Hall, Michelle '91 '92 Hamilton, Jan '76 '77 Hardy, Jeanie Holland '86 '87 Harper, Libby '85 Harris, Nancy '76 '77 '78 Hawn, Kathy '75 '76 '77 '78 Hayman, Tera '97 '98 Heuertz, Jessica ‘13 ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Hinton-Seagars, Tracy '89 Hoag, Brittany ‘09 Hodges, Kelsie ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Holloway, Lauren '82 '83 '84 Holmes, Shelby ‘13 ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Humphrey, Jenni '86 J Janikowski, Kim '88 Johnson, Amy '97 '98 '99 '00 Johnson, Judy '76 Jones, Beth '03 '04 '05 ‘06 Jones, Drew ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Joyner, Debra '82 K Kearney, Allison ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Kemp, Sarah ‘13 ‘14 Kiest, Meredith '87 '88 Kiest, Tracey '88 '89 Kindricks, Dee Dee '87 King, Nora '75 '76 '77 '78 Kirby, Kristin '04 '05 Kirby, Shelley '87 '88 '89 '90 Klinefelter, Cass '81 '82 '83 Knauss, Anna '94 Knight, Nicole ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Kolat, Margie '91 '92 '93 '94 Koontz, Cathy '92 '93 '94 ’95 L Lambert, Allison ‘02 '03 Leadem, Amy '04 Less, Marie ‘14 Lightfoot, Angela '92 Linder, Kelly '00 '01 ‘02 '03 Lundquist, Natalie '05, ‘06 m Mafo, Joelle ‘07 ‘08 Malaschak, Heather '01 ‘02 '03 Manoa, Pulotu ‘16 Martin, Marsha '80 Matheny, Susie '76 '77 '78 '79 Mathis, Jo Beth Carmack '90 '91 '92 may, Carlisa ‘15 ‘16 McArthur, Tracy '95 '96 '97 McClendon, Karen '79 McDougal, Treva '80 '81 '82 '83 McRee, Hannah ‘13 Miller, Lindsay White- '95 '96 '97 '98 Millikan, Tessa '01 '02 '03 '04 Mitchell, Caitlyn '01 '02 '03 '04 Moraitis, Joanna '84 murphy, Anna ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 N Neeley, Erin ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Nelms, Vickie '75 '76 '77

Nicholson, Kim '84 '85 Niemeyer, Kolette '92 '93 '94 ’95 Nilson, Whitney ‘10 ‘11 Nitz, Sandy '80 '81 O Oesterblad, Denay ‘02 P Patchell, Amy Rengers '91 '92 '93 '94 Payne, Jessalyn ‘06 Peil, Katie '04 '05 ‘06 ‘07 Petersen, Lauren ‘16 Puente, Krystal ‘14 Purcell, Konae ‘08 Purtee, Laura ‘06 R Ramsey, Risa '80 '81 '82 '83 Reis, Kelsey ‘13 ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Rhone, Cyndi '90 '91 Rigo, Kathy '93 Roberson, Sherry '75 '76 Robey, Hannah ‘14 ‘15 Rose, Cathy Parker '75 Rowe, Amber '00 Russell, Emme ‘10 S Schaedig, Markie ‘13 ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Schuler, Stormy '05, ‘06 Schumann, Jennifer '89 '90 Silliman, Katie '98 '99 '00 '01 Soulsby, Pip '02 '03 '04 '05 Snider, Shari '80 '81 '82 Snipes, Susanne '97 '98 '99 '00 Standart, Shauna '97 '98 '99 '00 Stepp, Debbie '79 '80 '81 '82 Sullivan, Kelsey ‘12 ‘13 Szypulski, Taylor ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 T Taylor, Sarah '79 '80 '81 '82 Tarnauskaite, Giedre '03 '04 Terry, Jasmine ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Theoharis, Kathy '83 '84 '85 Thompson, A’Zlynn ‘11 ‘12 Thornton, Susie '77 Throesch, Janet '84 Tipps, Ashley ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Toth, Karen '87 '88 Townsend, Haley ‘12 U Uke, Jessica ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Ursell, Charlyn ‘08 ‘09 V Vaccari, Juli '75 '76 '77 '78 Vandehei, Amy '97 '98 Vandeven, Kris '93 '94 '95 '96 Volkmer, Randilyne '03 '04 '05 ‘06 W Warrington, Mallory ‘13 ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Weaver, Brentlee ‘14 ‘15 ‘16 Weeks, Alden ‘16 Weisburger, Elaine '80 '81 Welch, Missy '86 '87 Williams, Ann '79 '80 '81 '82 Williams, Jordan ‘08 Williams, Stacy '84 '85 '86 '87 Williams, Teri '77 Wilson, Jennifer '86 '87 Wobrock, Jenny ‘95 Woods, Hawley '91 * Returning Players in Bold

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Convocation Center The Arkansas State Volleyball program has racked up 272 victories at the Convocation Center in the 30 seasons it has played in the arena. A-State has an amazing 272-73 record (.788) in the building since its opening in 1987 and has only one season in which it didn’t play in the arena (2011) when it played on campus in the Health, Physical Education, and Sports Sciences (HPESS) building. The team has a 15-4 record at the HPESS, but doesn’t plan to play there in the immediate future. Last season, A-State went 9-2 at the Convo and had a 10-match win streak snapped versus Tulsa Sept. 10. The Red Wolves carry a seven-match winning streak at home into the 2017 campaign. The team has had undefeated home records in six seasons, with the last coming in 2015 when the team was 8-0 at the Convocation Center and drew a volleyball-only record crowd of 2,517 against Appalachian State Nov. 12, 2015. The building was built in 1987 at a cost of $19 million and paid for primarily by the state of Arkansas. The 10,563-seat multi-purpose facility has earned its title as the “Showplace of Northeast Arkansas” over the past 25 years. The Convocation Center is not only home to the Red Wolves’ volleyball program, but also the Arkansas State men’s and women’s basketball programs and the indoor home of the A-State track and field program. Beginning in 1990, the Convocation Center played host to seven straight conference post-season tournaments, including six straight Sun Belt Conference Volleyball Championships. In 1997, for the first time since A-State joined the Sun Belt Conference, the league's post-season tournament was held in a place other than Jonesboro. A-State won five of those seven conference tournaments it hosted, going 21-4 in tournament action at the Convocation Center. The 2017 SBC Tournament will be held in the Convocation Center for the first time since 1996. Arkansas State has had crowds of over 1,000 for a volleyball match nine times, including a record 4,140 for a match against the University of Memphis on Nov. 25, 1995, that was part of a men's basketball/volleyball doubleheader. A-State went undefeated in home matches in back-toback seasons in 1988 (15-0) and 1989 (12-0) and won its first three home matches of the 1990 season to post a 30match home winning streak, the longest in program history. A-State has gone through a season with just one loss in the Convocation Center six times, including four years ago in 2012 (3-1). The other five came in 1994 (11-1), 1995 (15-1), 1999 (14-1), 2003 (11-1), and 2009 (8-1). Not only does the Convocation Center play host to Arkansas State athletic home events, the building also attracts people from all over Northeast Arkansas and the MidSouth region for a variety of other events—from concerts to conventions, area business expositions and conferences, banquets and university and high school commencements as well.

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Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Year-by-Year Records A-State Convocation Center

Record Winning% 2-4 .333 15-0 1.000 12-0 1.000 9-4 .692 18-3 .857 15-0 1.000 19-4 .826 11-1 .917 15-1 .938 11-3 .786 5-2 .714 14-0 1.000 14-1 .933 10-2 .833 2-6 .250

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Total:

5-10 11-1 14-0 6-3 9-3 5-7 5-7 8-1 3-2 0-0 3-1 6-3 8-2 8-0 9-2 272-73

.333 .916 1.000 .667 .750 .416 .416 .888 .600 .000 .750 .667 .800 1.000 .818 .788

Top A-State Home Crowds

1. A-State vs. Memphis* 2. A-State vs. Appalachian State 3. A-State vs. Memphis State 4. A-State vs. Texas-San Antonio A-State vs. Bradley 6. A-State vs. UALR A-State vs. Western Kentucky 8. A-State vs. Memphis State 9. A-State vs. UALR 10. A-State vs. Little Rock

11/25/95 11/12/15 11/7/90 9/1/95 9/1/95 11/24/96 10/14/94 10/29/91 11/5/96 10/28/15

*Men’s Basketball Doubleheader All Top Crowds in the Convocation Center

4,140 2,517 1,104 1,102 1,102 1,068 1,068 1,026 1,014 838


Convocation Center Records Kills match (Individual): 35, Javone Brooks, New Orleans vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 10/18/91 match (Team): 105, by Lamar vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/19/93 Attempts match (Individual): 92, Miriam Erickson, Lamar vs. Arkansas State, 10/9/93 match (Team): 283, by Lamar vs. Arkansas State, 10/9/93

Hitting Percentage match (Individual, min. 10 TA): .900, Meredith Kiest vs. Louisiana Tech, 10/23/87 match (Team): .667 (21-1-30) Arkansas State vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 9/25/98

Assists match (Individual): 72, Susan Buttry, Arkansas State vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 11/9/93 match (Team): 86, Arkansas State vs. Western Kentucky, 11/17/91 (Match 2)

Digs match (Individual): 47, Michelle Mingus, Western Kentucky vs. Arkansas State, 11/17/91 (Match 2) match (Team): 196, Western Kentucky vs. Arkansas State, 11/17/91 (Match 2)

Blocking Total Blocks — match (Individual): 15, Missy Welch, Arkansas State vs. Mississippi, 10/13/87; Nancy Scheller, Southeast Missouri State vs. Arkansas State, 9/28/97 Block Solos — match (Individual): 12, Missy Welch, Arkansas State vs. Mississippi, 10/13/87 Block Assists — match (Individual): 10, Anne Donovan, Western Kentucky vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/91 Total Blocks — match (Team): 32, Western Kentucky vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/91 Block Solos — match (Team): 26, Southeast Missouri State vs. Arkansas State, 9/28/87 Block Assists — match (Team): 34, Arkansas State vs. Stephen F. Austin, 9/30/88

Service Aces match (Individual): 10, Jennifer Schumann, Arkansas State vs. Murray State, 10/10/89 match (Team): 18, Arkansas State vs. Murray State, 10/10/89

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A-State Hall of Honor

Neil Abel..................................2009 inductee Golf Coach, 1980-2006 Linda Allison ............................1994 inductee Basketball, 1980-84 Fred Barnett ..............................1999 inductee Football, 1986-89 Randy Barnhill .........................2003 inductee Football, 1984-86 Mike Beebe ..............................2008 inductee Honorary Inductee Earl Bell ...................................1986 inductee Track & Field, 1974-77 Bill Bergey ...............................1982 inductee Football, 1965-68 Harold Blood ............................2016 inductee Track & Field, 1988-90 Everett Bolton ..........................1986 inductee Three sports, 1939-41, 1946-48 Rusty Bourg ............................. 1995 inductee Baseball, 1967-70 Gene Bradley ...........................2009 inductee Football, 1976-79 Steve Brooks............................ 1995 inductee Basketball, 1970-74 Dwane Brown ..........................2001 inductee Football, 1984-87 Ray Brown ...............................1996 inductee Football, 1983-85 Dan Buckley ............................ 1995 inductee Football, 1966-69 Jess Bucy .................................1998 inductee Baseball, 1949-51; Basketball, 1949-51 Mike Burk ................................1997 inductee Basketball, 1964-68 Johnie Burnett ..........................1985 inductee Four sports, 1927-29 Bill Caldwell ............................1985 inductee Three sports, 1956-59 Jim Callaway ...........................1992 inductee Baseball, 1965-68

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Maurice Carthon ......................1991 inductee Football, 1979-82 Nelson Catalina ........................1991 inductee Basketball Coach, 1979-95 Howard Cissell ........................ 1993 inductee Football, 1954-57 Ron Carroll ..............................2005 inductee Trainer, 1976-present Michael Cline ...........................2015 inductee Football, 1983-85 Gary Crane............................... 1992 inductee Basketball, 1965-68; Football, 1967-68 Carter Ray Crawford ............... 1997 inductee Football, 1984-85 Dave Dailey .............................2000 inductee Golf, 1984-88 Bill Davidson ...........................1984 inductee Football, 1953-57; FB Coach, 1968-78 Tommy Davis........................... 2002 inductee Football, 1958-59 John Dickey ............................. 1997 inductee Basketball, Football, Baseball, 1947-48 John Dickson ...........................1984 inductee Basketball, 1963-67 Wayne Dorton ..........................2004 inductee Football, 1968-71 Bennie Ellender .......................1982 inductee Football Coach, 1963-70 Carlos Emmons.........................2015 inductee Football, 1992-95 Marina Engelbrecht ..................2014 inductee Women’s Tennis, 2003-06; Tennis Coach 2012-15 Frosty England......................... 1983 inductee Football Coach, 1946-53 Frank Farella ............................1999 inductee Football, 1954-57 David Faught ...........................2009 inductee Men’s Golf, 1994-97 Bob Ferralasco .........................2008 inductee Football 1946

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Charlotte Fields ........................1998 inductee Basketball, 1984-88 Jay Flanigan .............................2007 inductee Track & Fields Coach, 1989-2007 Chico Fletcher ..........................2012 inductee Basketball, 1997-2000 Don Floyd ................................2003 inductee Athletic Director, 1969-75 Pedtra Wilson Flournoy ............2002 inductee Track & Field, 1990-93 Charlie Fredrick .......................2006 inductee Football, 1984-87 Aubrey Gatewood ....................1988 inductee Baseball, 1956-59 Bob Giersburg.......................... 1994 inductee Track & Field, 1966-68 George Glenn........................... 1984 inductee Baseball, 1963-66 Terry Gwin............................... 1985 inductee Football, 1965-66 Julie Hagood .............................2010 inductee Women’s Basketball, 1997-2000 James Hamilton .......................1990 inductee Football, 1968-71 Foy Hammons ..........................1988 inductee Football, 1913-15; FB Coach, 1919-21 Lauren Fair Harmon ............2008 inductee Volleyball, 1993-96 Calvin Harrell ..........................1994 inductee Football, 1968-71 Jeff Hartwig ............................. 2000 inductee Track & Field, 1989-90 Dan Henderson ........................1995 inductee Basketball, 1974-77 Thomas Hill .............................1982 inductee Track & Field, 1968-72 David Hines ............................. 1996 inductee Football, 1972-75 Joe Hollimon............................ 1993 inductee Football, 1971-74


Keith Horn ................................2010 inductee Baseball, 1993-95 T.J. Humphreys ........................1988 inductee Football, Track, 1973-77 Marvin Jarrett .......................... 2000 inductee Basketball, 1978-80 Sue Jayroe................................ 1997 inductee Basketball, 1975-80 Rickey Jemsion.........................2012 inductee Football, 1983-86 Garry Johnson ...........................2011 inductee Football, 1999-02 Tyrell Johnson...........................2016 inductee Football, 2004-07 Ken Jones................................. 1987 inductee Football, 1972-75 Al Joyner ..................................1993 inductee Track, 1980-83 Gerald Jumper.......................... 1990 inductee Football, 1964-67 Tim Keane ................................2005 inductee Football, 1965-67; Football Coach, 1972-89 George Kell ..............................1999 inductee Tennis, 1940 Monica Klebe .......................... 1998 inductee Track & Field, 1986-89 Guy Kochel ..............................1984 inductee Track Coach, 1972-89 John Koldus .............................1995 inductee Baseball, 1952-53; Football, 1950-52 Larry Lacewell ........................1987 inductee FB Coach, Athletic Director, 1979-90 Tim Langford ...........................2008 inductee Football, 1980-83 Harry Larche ............................1983 inductee Three sports, 1946-48 Doug Lowery ...........................2005 inductee Football, 1970-73 Mike Malham, Jr. .....................2001 inductee Football, 1972-75 Mike Malham, Sr. ....................2006 inductee Football Coach, 1971-84 Tim Maloney ............................2004 inductee Baseball, 1981-83 Micah Marsh............................ 2007 inductee Basketball, 1994-98 Jo Beth Carmack Mathis ..... 2000 inductee Volleyball, 1990-92 Margie Kolat McGee ............ 2006 inductee Volleyball, 1991-94 Kendra Meichsner.................... 2005 inductee Tennis, 1995-98 Dennis Meyer .......................... 1991 inductee Football, 1968-71 Maurice Miller .........................1986 inductee Three sports, 1946-50 David Mitchell ..........................2013 inductee Football, 1970-73 Andy Morris ............................1990 inductee Baseball, 1958-61; SID, 1969-74; Asst. AD, 1974-77 Jerry Muckensturm ..................1992 inductee Football, 1972-75 Anthony Myles ........................2001 inductee Basketball, 1978-80 Marvin Neloms .........................2011 inductee Football, 1983-86 Newton Norris ......................... 2001 inductee Basketball, 1934-37

A-State Hall of Honor

Beth Anderson Nuneviller .... 2012 inductee Volleyball, 1988-89, & Tennis, 1989-90 Okey Oldham........................... 1990 inductee Football, 1928-29; Baseball, 1928-30 Roy Painter .............................. 2002 inductee Football, 1973-76 Bill Phillips ..............................1992 inductee Football, 1968-71 Paul Pilla...................................2015 inductee Track & Field, 1979-80 Wayne Pitcock ......................... 1991 inductee Baseball, 1967-69 Chris Poole..............................2010 inductee Volleyball Coach, 1987-92 Ed Preston.................................1991 inductee Track & Field 1975-77 John Rauth ................................1983 inductee Basketball Coach, Golf Coach, 1949-79 Tom Reese ............................... 2007 inductee Football, 1962-65 Kyle Richardson .......................2015 inductee Football, 1992-95 Don Riggs ................................1986 inductee Four sports, 1955-59 Kelly Riley............................... 2009 inductee Track & Field, 1989-92 David Rodely ............................2015 inductee Track & Field, 1988-91 Jerry Rook ................................1983 inductee Basketball, 1962-65 Scott Roper ...............................2010 inductee Football, 1986-87 John Rose................................. 1985 inductee Track, Basketball Coach, 1963-76 Dana Ryan................................ 1989 inductee Baseball, 1965-68 Daniel Ryland ...........................2014 inductee Track & Field, 1998-2000, 2002 Don Scaife ...............................1989 inductee Basketball, 1973-75 Bobby Scott .............................1992 inductee Four sports, 1948-51 Elbert Shelley .......................... 1997 inductee Football, 1983-86 Fred Shepherd.......................... 2002 inductee Basketball, 1990-93 Doug Shouse.............................2013 inductee Track & Field, 1982-84 James E. Simmons ................... 2006 inductee Football, 1970-72 Ron Smith .................................2014 inductee Football, 1976-79 Leslie Speck............................. 1984 inductee Three sports, 1931-35; Coach, 1936-38 Robert Speer .............................2014 inductee Football, 1973-76 Jerald Spencer ..........................2006 inductee Track & Field, 1965-67 Tommy Spiers.......................... 1998 inductee Football, 1954-56 Paul Stovall.............................. 2000 inductee Football, Track, 1953-54 Kellie Suttle ..............................2016 inductee Track & Field, 1994-96 Dan Summers .......................... 1998 inductee Football, 1962-65 Clovis Swinney ........................1989 inductee Football, 1967-69

John Tate .................................. 1998 inductee Basketball, 1986-89 Sonja Tate ................................2004 inductee Basketball, Track, 1990-93 Donnie Taylor .......................... 2001 inductee Track, 1976-79 Bill Templeton ......................... 1987 inductee FB, 1954-56; FB Coach, 1965-79, Asst. AD, 1980-2014 Harold Thomas ........................1996 inductee Baseball, 1953-56 Willard Tilley........................... 1982 inductee Football, Basketball, 1939-40 J.A. Tomlinson .........................1982 inductee Athletic Dir., Baseball Coach, 1944-76 Jan Troutt .................................1996 inductee Track & Field, 1983-85 Shyla Tucker ............................ 2003 inductee Basketball, 1991-94 Joe Turner .................................2011 inductee Football, 1960-62 Juli Vaccari ............................ 1990 inductee Volleyball, 1975-78 Tommy Walker .......................2013 inducteed Football, 1980-83 Jim Wagner .............................. 1996 inductee Baseball, 1967-70 Sam Wier ..................................1988 inductee Football, 1960-62; Football Assistant, 1971-72 Matt Whiteside......................... 2007 inductee Baseball, 1987-90 Terry Whiting............................2016 inductee Football, 1968-71 Bob Williams ........................... 1987 inductee Track, 1975-79; Coach, 1980-86 J.H. Williams ............................2013 inductee Basketball, 1973-75 Marcia Williams ...................... 1993 inductee Tennis, 1977-80; Coach, 1980-2011 H.T. Winters............................. 1983 inductee Football, Baseball, 1929-32 Jerry Ann Winters ....................1994 inductee Women's Basketball Coach, 1984-95 Bennie Wilhelm .......................1993 inductee Four sports, 1946-49 Jim Wiseman............................ 2007 inductee Football, 1984-87 Richie Woit .............................. 1989 inductee Football, 1950-53 Kay Woodiel ..........................1988 inductee Coach in three women’s sports, 1974-84

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The Sun Belt Conference

Already a long-time leader in innovation and progressive thinking in the world of intercollegiate athletics, the Sun Belt Conference also continues to establish itself as a force to be reckoned with on the playing field. The Sun Belt is in its fifth decade as a vibrant and vigorous part of the collegiate landscape, and has never shied away from taking a leadership role among conferences in its efforts to provide better experiences for its member schools, its student-athletes and coaches, and for its fans and followers. After all, this is the league that inaugurated college basketball's shot clock and was the first to partner with a fledgling cable television entity whose ESPN moniker was unknown at the time. Innovation is a great thing, but the just-completed 2016-17 athletic season also showed that the Sun Belt Conference takes a back seat to no other league in its competitive balance and in proving itself deserving of its status a member of the NCAA's highest conference tier. At no time was league athletic success more obvious than during the 2016 football season, when the Sun Belt broke out and fulfilled much of the promise that league founders and its members envisioned when the league inaugurated the sport just after the new millennium. Last season, Sun Belt members participated in six bowl games, a 50 percent increase in the league's former high-water mark and only a decade removed from a "onebowl league" moniker in its formative years. More importantly, Sun Belt teams didn't just get to bowl games; they won them, again in record numbers. The league finished 4-2 in the postseason, with more bowl wins than leagues such as the Big Ten and Pac-12. Only two leagues (the ACC and the SEC) won more games, and only the ACC's 8-3 bowl record ranked higher than the Sun Belt's winning percentage. Had ACC member Clemson not won the College Football Playoff Championship game, the Sun Belt would have shared the country's best bowl win ratio. The Sun Belt also had the most wins and best win percentage among the "Group of Five" peer conferences, including victories over teams in the two top-rated leagues in the final computer rankings. "The bowl season definitely validated the very strong regular season that we had," said Sun Belt commissioner Karl Benson. "It proved what we've been saying all along. The overall credibility of the Sun Belt is on the rise, and our members and fans that have been expecting to see positive results out of the league are now seeing that." The postseason wins by Arkansas State over Central Florida in the AutoNation Cure Bowl, Appalachian State over Toledo in the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl, Troy over Ohio in the Dollar General Bowl and Idaho over Colorado State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl helped the league double its previous single-season bowl victory high (two). Appearances by Louisiana in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - a bowl partner of the Sun Belt for the 16th straight year - and by South Alabama in the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl helped make the Sun Belt a highly visible part of the bowl season. The wins by Appalachian State and Arkansas State on the Dec. 17 start of bowl season meant the Sun Belt had matched its previous record for bowl wins by sundown on opening day. "Our teams stepped up this year," Benson said. "To go from two bowl games to five bowl tie-ins in a five-year period, for our teams to deliver like they have, and to throw television in there for the huge growth of people watching Sun Belt football, we had a banner year and it all came to a pinnacle in the bowl season." The bowl success was the crowning jewel of a season full of football successes for a conference that only began the sport in the 2001 season and became the first and still only already-existing league to inaugurate football. The Sun Belt ranked third in the final conference computer rankings among the "Group of Five" - ranking well ahead of the Mid-American Conference and Conference USA, and giving the league a significant financial boost through payouts from the College Football Playoff. The league also moved into third among the five in the four-year average computer ranking of conferences. Troy became the first league school to crack the Associated Press Football Top 25 during the season, reaching No. 25 on Nov. 14 as part of a five-win improvement over 2015. South Alabama also provided a milestone with a victory over a nationallyranked opponent when the Jaguars topped No. 19 San Diego State on the road in early October. All that success comes as the league finalizes its football transition this season, with Idaho and New Mexico State's football-only memberships ending at the conclusion of the 2017 season and new league member Coastal Carolina becoming a full-fledged football member this fall. Next year, the Sun Belt will compete in football divisions for the first time and will stage its first-ever championship game at the end of the 2018 season. "We are very excited going forward in football," Benson said. "Having our championship game next year only increases what we already have going. The footprint of this league was done to ensure long-term success and sustainability, and with the membership structure we now have in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas, that footprint is set up for even more success." The Sun Belt gained much notoriety and notice during the past football season, but that was by no means the league's only hallmark during the past year. Men's basketball - the league's symbol of success in its formative years - had its highest conference RPI in more than a decade with a No. 13 national finish, and conference members found success in several NCAA postseason events. Those league successes have been more public in recent years, in part because the Sun Belt itself has been progressive and in the forefront of "new media" and internet-based advancement. The league continues to adapt to the ever-changing world

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of collegiate athletics and continues the process of evolving to better serve its membership, keeping the pledge it made at its founding to be a league of opportunity. Athletic and academic programs who have shown progressive thinking and the desire to improve have always found a home in the Sun Belt. Opportunities also extend to the league's student-athletes, for whom Sun Belt institutions are leaders in providing career services and the tools to assist in the pursuit of personal goals. Sun Belt members all employ fulltime academic advisors and have on average nearly two dozen tutors for academic support. During the recent 2015-16 academic year, Sun Belt member institutions awarded over $50 million in scholarships to more than 3,100 student-athletes, while also providing life experiences such as team building, domestic and foreign travel, community service, mentoring and recognition through honors and awards. Individual opportunities also extend between the lines and on the fields and courts of competition. The Sun Belt had 40 players on active NFL rosters during the past season, with representation on 23 of 32 NFL clubs. The league became one of seven conferences nationwide to have back-toback first-round selections in the NBA Draft when Louisiana's Elfrid Payton went No. 10 overall to the Orlando Magic in 2014 and Georgia State's R. J. Hunter was the No. 28 pick of the Boston Celtics the following year. The Sun Belt has nationally-respected programs in nearly every NCAA sport offering and remains a fixture on the national scene while remaining heavily involved in the conduct and competition of college athletics. But it also provides opportunities for success on many unique and different levels. In athletic parlance, the Sun Belt has "upside," and its motto of "Together We Rise" is just as applicable now as when it was founded as a home to some of the nation's premier mid-major basketball programs. In its very first year, one of those programs reached the pinnacle of NCAA men's basketball competition when UNC Charlotte earned a berth in the Final Four. That type of success set the bar very high, but the league's four-decade history is sprinkled with landmark success in all seasons. In the spring, baseball and softball continue to put the league in the national spotlight with deep runs in postseason play and high visibility in national polls. Louisiana's baseball team ranked No. 1 nationally in the final third of the 2014 season and reached the NCAA Super Regional round in 2014 and 2015, while its softball team has advanced to Super Regional play five times in the last six seasons including a trip to the 2014 Women's College World Series. More recently, new member Coastal Carolina reigned supreme at the pinnacle of college baseball, winning the College World Series only one year ago in the 2016 season. Just as important as on-field success, the Sun Belt's commitment to academic excellence remains a league symbol. The league's record book for grade-point averages and academic honors is a constantly-changing document, seemingly with each year's success outdoing the previous year. This past spring, a record 23 league programs were recognized for outstanding performance in the classroom, with those teams earning NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR scores in the top 10 percent nationally. It was the third consecutive year the Sun Belt has broken its record for teams honored. The strength of any league is its membership, and the Sun Belt added to its strength when Coastal Carolina joined in all sports except football in July 2016. CCU is in the middle of a transition to the Football Bowl Subdivision and will be in its first year of full FBS membership in 2018, but will compete for the Sun Belt football championship this season even though not eligible for postseason play until 2018. Coastal joins Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Louisiana, ULM, South Alabama, Texas State and Troy to give the league 10 football members and enable the Sun Belt to inaugurate divisional football play and stage a conference championship game in 2018. Little Rock and UTA compete as Sun Belt members in all sports other than football, helping give the conference a mix of the "old" and the "new." Long-time league members, including charter member South Alabama's distinction in being a Sun Belt member since its founding in 1976, continue to have success, and a solid corps of conference newcomers continue to make their marks on league and national levels. The "old" and "new" mix also gives the league vitality and diversity among its membership across the South. The mix of regions and regional cultures provides a rare opportunity for student-athletes and staffers to experience many environments, and the chance to experience that diversity without leaving their own campuses. The Sun Belt is also noteworthy for its attempts to make each of its championship events in every sport a special moment in the lives of its student-athletes and its many fans and followers. Many individuals from Sun Belt institutions have brought distinction to their alma maters, and not just in athletics. For every All-Pro linebacker DeMarcus Ware (Troy) and NFL Man of the Year Charles Tillman (Louisiana), and for every World Series MVP David Freese (South Alabama) hailing from Sun Belt schools, there are also U.S. presidents (Lyndon Johnson, Texas State), business icons (Chick-fil-A president Daniel Cathy, Georgia Southern), nationally known entertainers (Tim McGraw, ULM and Ludacris, Georgia State), and even royalty (Miss America Debbye Turner, Arkansas State). These proud alumni, as well as those who represent the dozen league institutions, are proof that the Sun Belt Conference is a league of excitement, a league of opportunity, and one that continues to provide the promise of success with each coming sunrise.


2016 All-SuN Belt Conference and Standings 2016 Sun Belt Conference Awards All-SBC First Team

Edina Selimovic (Little Rock, Senior, MB) Carlisa may (Arkansas State, Sophomore, OH) Kelsey Reis (Arkansas State, Senior, mB) markie Schaedig (Arkansas State, Senior, L/DS) mallory Warrington (Arkansas State, Senior, S) Leah Hardeman (Coastal Carolina, Junior, OH) Annayka Legros (Coastal Carolina, Senior, MB) Kelsey Weynand (Texas State, Senior, OH) All-SBC Second Team

Carolee Dillard (Little Rock, Redshirt Senior, MB) Kenzie Fields (Arkansas State, Freshman, OH) Tahleia Bishop (Coastal Carolina, Senior, OH) Alex Beecher (Georgia Southern, Senior, L/DS) Mechell Daniel (South Alabama, Senior, OH) Qiana Cañete (UT Arlington, Junior, OH) Erin Hoppe (Texas State, Junior, S) Lauren Kirch (Texas State, Senior, MB)

Player of the Year Leah Hardeman (Coastal Carolina, Junior, OH) Offensive Player of the Year Carlisa may (Arkansas State, Sophomore, OH) Defensive Player of the Year markie Schaedig (Arkansas State, Senior, L/DS) Setter of the Year mallory Warrington (Arkansas State, Senior, S) Freshman of the Year Kenzie Fields (Arkansas State, Freshman, OH) Newcomer of the Year Tahleia Bishop (Coastal Carolina, Senior, OH) Coach of the Year David Rehr, Arkansas State

2016 SUN BELT CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS

East Division Coastal Carolina South Alabama Georgia Southern Georgia State Troy Appalachian State

West Division Arkansas State Texas State UT Arlington Little Rock Louisiana-Lafayette ULM

CONFERENCE W-L PCT 15-1 .938 7-9 .438 7-9 .438 6-10 .375 4-12 .250 2-14 .125 CONFERENCE W-L PCT 15-1 .938 13-3 .812 10-6 .625 8-8 .500 6-10 .375 3-13 .188

OVERALL W-L PCT 28-5 .848 16-14 .533 15-18 .455 10-18 .357 10-23 .303 4-25 .138 OVERALL W-L PCT 25-8 .758 21-12 .636 17-16 .515 12-18 .400 10-21 .323 9-25 .265

STREAK L1 L2 L1 L4 W1 L3 STREAK L1 L1 L1 L3 L2 L4

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2016 Sun Belt Team Stats

2016 SBC Team Stats Hitting Percentage

S 1. CCU 112 2. A-State 115 3. South Ala. 116 4. Texas State 123 5. Little Rock 113 6. UT Arlington 129 7. UL Lafayette 121 8. Ga. Southern 126 9. App State 118 10. Georgia St. 102 11. Troy 121 12. UL Monroe 124

K 1526 1684 1429 1578 1274 1530 1443 1492 1388 1148 1381 1320

E 519 622 534 683 512 655 654 710 661 628 782 716

TA 3732 4266 3969 4325 3835 4605 4228 4281 4143 3512 4054 4204

Pct. .270 .249 .225 .207 .199 .190 .187 .183 .175 .148 .148 .144

S 1. CCU 112 2. A-State 115 3. UT Arlington 129 4. Texas State 123 5. Ga. Southern 126 6. Georgia St. 102 7. Troy 121 8. South Ala. 116 9. Little Rock 113 10. UL Monroe 124 11. Louisiana 121 12. App State 118

K 1200 1258 1701 1396 1528 1188 1415 1451 1516 1564 1515 1527

E 633 622 845 646 674 517 629 611 688 627 559 577

TA 3820 3982 4983 4132 4332 3371 3918 4067 3983 4293 4209 4083

Pct. .148 .160 .172 .182 .197 .199 .201 .207 .208 .218 .227 .233

S 115 112 123 116 126 118 121 129 102 113 121 124

No. 1565 1425 1476 1350 1394 1301 1332 1377 1070 1182 1246 1217

Avg/S 13.61 12.72 12.00 11.64 11.06 11.03 11.01 10.67 10.49 10.46 10.30 9.81

S 115 112 123 116 121 129 126 118 121

No. 1684 1526 1578 1429 1443 1530 1492 1388 1381

Avg/S 14.64 13.62 12.83 12.32 11.93 11.86 11.84 11.76 11.41

Opponent Hitting Pct.

Assists

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Arkansas State Coastal Carolina Texas State South Alabama Georgia Southern Appalachian State UL Lafayette UT Arlington Georgia State Little Rock Troy UL Monroe

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

Arkansas State Coastal Carolina Texas State South Alabama UL Lafayette UT Arlington Georgia Southern Appalachian State Troy

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Little Rock Georgia State UL Monroe

113 102 124

1274 1148 1320

11.27 11.25 10.65

BS 72 38 40 108 38 35 61 79 44 68 58 31

BA 535 519 477 286 385 392 338 242 333 252 226 233

Total 339.5 297.5 278.5 251.0 230.5 231.0 230.0 200.0 210.5 194.0 171.0 147.5

Avg/S 3.00 2.31 2.26 2.24 1.99 1.91 1.83 1.74 1.70 1.60 1.45 1.45

1. Georgia State 2. Coastal Carolina 3. UL Lafayette 4. Georgia Southern 5. Texas State 6. Little Rock 7. Arkansas State 8. Troy 9. South Alabama 10. UL Monroe 11. UT Arlington 12. Appalachian State

S 102 112 121 126 123 113 115 121 116 124 129 118

No. 164 169 163 168 163 142 139 146 136 135 122 96

Avg/S 1.61 1.51 1.35 1.33 1.33 1.26 1.21 1.21 1.17 1.09 0.95 0.8

1. Arkansas State 2. UT Arlington 3. UL Lafayette 4. Georgia Southern 5. South Alabama 6. Coastal Carolina 7. Appalachian State 8. UL Monroe 9. Texas State 10. Georgia State 11. Troy 12. Little Rock

S 115 129 121 126 116 112 118 124 123 102 121 113

No. 1885 2057 1853 1866 1717 1655 1732 1812 1783 1476 1670 1511

Avg/S 16.39 15.95 15.31 14.81 14.80 14.78 14.68 14.61 14.50 14.47 13.80 13.37

S 1. Little Rock 113 2. UT Arlington 129 3. Texas State 123 4. CCU 112 5. South Ala. 116 6. Troy 121 7. Ga. Southern 126 8. A-State 115 9. UL Monroe 124 10. Louisiana 121 11. App State 118 12. Georgia St. 102

Blocks

Service Aces

Digs


2016 SBC Individual Stats Hitting Percentage (min. 3.0 TA/set)

Player S 1. Legros, Annayka-CCU 112 2. Uke, Jessica-A-State 72 3. murphy, Anna-A-State 70 4. Reis, Kelsey-A-State 98 5. Gardner, Chanelle-ULL 103 6. Shoff, Alana-App State 93 7. Kirch,Lauren-Texas St. 115 8. Antoine, Nia-ULL 98 9. Hardeman, Leah-CCU 112 10. Geathers, Zhanelle-UTA 127

K 317 148 157 216 264 137 277 220 427 303

E 91 40 45 54 73 27 78 71 126 117

TA 573 296 317 468 579 334 652 497 1018 660

Player 1. may, Carlisa-Arkansas State 2. Hardeman, Leah-CCU 3. Longley, Emma-App State 4. Reilly, Stacey-UL Lafayette 5. Canete, Qiana-UT Arlington 6. Bolden,Jaliyah-Texas State 7. Legros, Annayka-CCU 8. Pawlik, Hope-UL Monroe 9. Daniel,Mechell-South Ala. 10. Weynand,Kelsey-Texas St.

S 114 112 112 120 129 113 112 102 114 90

No. 445 427 363 387 379 322 317 284 313 244

Avg./S 3.90 3.81 3.24 3.22 2.94 2.85 2.83 2.78 2.75 2.71

Player 1. Warrington, mallory-A-State 2. Hoppe,Erin-Texas State 3. Bartczyszyn, Jessica-ULL 4. Renner, Sarah-Georgia State 5. Lindberg,Taylor-Little Rock 6. Brown, Ashlyn-App State 7. Krahl, Amanda-App State 8. Wheeler, Cassidy-UTA 9. Terry, Reina-Troy 10. Jenkins, Tara-UL Monroe

S 115 115 121 101 108 82 62 129 117 124

No. 1372 1101 1144 898 913 648 489 1002 841 856

Avg./S 11.93 9.57 9.45 8.89 8.45 7.90 7.89 7.77 7.19 6.90

Player 1. Rantala, Anna-Georgia St. 2. Friesen, Celeste-Georgia St. 3. Cordell, Chloe-UL Lafayette 4. Nero,Avalon-Troy 5. Lee, Crystal-Georgia St. 6. Selimovic,Edina-Little Rock Avram,Marina-Little Rock 8. Reilly, Stacey-UL Lafayette 9. Fields, Kenzie-Arkansas St. 10. Hardeman, Leah-CCU

S 97 100 116 115 78 112 112 120 108 112

No. 36 36 38 37 24 34 34 36 32 32

Avg./S 0.37 0.36 0.33 0.32 0.31 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.29

Kills

Assists

Service Aces

2016 Sun Belt Individual Stats Blocks

Pct. .394 .365 .353 .346 .330 .329 .305 .300 .296 .282

Player S 1. Dillard,Carolee-LR 113 2. Selimovic,Edina-LR 112 3. Richardson,S.-USA 95 4. Kirch,Lauren-TXST 115 5. Reichard, L.-GASO 125 6. Ingram, M.-UTA 88 7. Legros, A.-CCU 112

BS 33 13 13 8 27 10 35

Digs

Player 1. Schaedig, markie-A-State 2. Beecher, Alex-Ga. Southern 3. LeBlanc, Kacey-UL Monroe 4. Murata, Taylor-UT Arlington 5. Baker, Abby-South Alabama 6. Davis, Sydney-UL Lafayette 7. Friesen, Celeste-Georgia St. 8. Dinwiddie,Micah-Texas State 9. Cahill, Carla-Coastal Carolina 10. Canete, Qiana-UT Arlington

BA 125 127 96 123 109 83 81

Total 158.0 140.0 109.0 131.0 136.0 93.0 116.0

Avg./S 1.40 1.25 1.15 1.14 1.09 1.06 1.04

S 115 124 110 129 69 121 100 107 115 129

No. 609 632 497 566 295 508 407 421 447 468

Avg./S 5.30 5.10 4.52 4.39 4.28 4.20 4.07 3.93 3.89 3.63

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Athletics Facilities

Arkansas State’s athletics programs compete in top-ofthe-line facilities. Centennial Bank Stadium, which opened in 1974, has evolved into a beautiful stadium which seats over 30,000 fans. The stadium has undergone a “Centennial Expansion” construction project that covers 40,000 square feet, including the press box and concourse. The 192,000 square-foot Convocation Center is a multi-purpose facility that is home to the A-State basketball, volleyball and indoor track and field teams. Coaches and student-athletes moved into a new $2.7 million track and field complex in spring 2004. It contains an eight-lane 400-meter track, installed in 2016, and can be set up for two NCAA venues. Three local country clubs graciously allow A-State’s men’s and women’s golf programs to utilize their facilities for practice and play. J.A. “Ike” Tomlinson Stadium-Kell Field serves as home to Red Wolves baseball. Built in 1993, the stadium received complete lighting in 1996, 206 field level seats were added for the 2008 season and a new scoreboard was installed in 2011. A-State’s newest women’s program, bowling, competes in the Hijinx Family Entertainment Center in Jones-

boro, where a new locker room, lounge and pro shop have been constructed. The Red Wolves’ soccer and track and field teams utilized the same stadium for the first time in school history during 2014-15, as the soccer field was relocated as part of the track facility. A-State has also completed a new women’s soccer and women’s tennis facility, which houses both squads’ locker rooms, training room, offices and more. New tennis courts were completed in 2016 as well. Facilities have received a number of facelifts since Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir’s arrival in 2012, making sure that the athletic department’s “front door” and other sports areas possess a first-class appearance. A-State has completed, is in the process of completing and has committed a combined $60 million in construction and facility renovations since Mohajir’s arrival, including stadium lighting and seats at Centennial Bank Stadium. Also included in the upgrades have been renovations and updates inside the A-State Football Facility and weight rooms and locker rooms. Renovations to the training rooms at both Centennial Bank Stadium and the Convocation Center, where new seating has also been installed, are among the completed facility projects as well.

Volleyball Locker Room Entrance

Volleyball Locker Room

Convocation Center

Convocation Center Weight Room

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Centennial Bank Stadium

Student Activity Center

Women’s Soccer and Women’s Tennis Facility

A-State Women’s Tennis Courts

Track and Field/Women’s Soccer Complex

Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field

RidgePointe Country Club

Sage Meadows Country Club

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Arkansas State University

TRANSFORMATION l MOMENTUM • A vibrant on-campus community that will grow by 500 to a capacity of 3,700 with two new residence hall areas in fall 2017 • All-time record enrollment in the fall of 2016 • Investments of over $175 million in new facilities and major upgrades in the past five years • One of the nation’s top-10 nursing programs according to NurseJournal.org • Back-to-back No. 10 rankings (2016 and 2017) in U.S. News & World Report’s best online MBA programs

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Arkansas State University

• A veteran-friendly campus, recognized repeatedly by Military Times magazine, sponsors one of America’s oldest ROTC units, and home to the Beck PRIDE Center for America’s wounded veterans • The first osteopathic medical school in Arkansas with New York Institute of Technology • The first American-style residential university campus in Mexico at Campus Queretaro • The first convention center and hotel with the Red Wolf Convention Center near Centennial Bank Stadium

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City of Jonesboro

Jonesboro, home of Arkansas State University, weighs in as the largest city in Northeast Arkansas. As a matter of fact, if you form a triangle by connecting Little Rock, St. Louis and Memphis, Jonesboro stands out as the largest metropolitan city in what amounts to a 17,000 square mile triangular area. Jonesboro is a great city of over 70,000, and is always ready to welcome incoming A-State students from the moment they arrive in town. The booming community has matured over the past half century into a regional center for cultural, educational, industrial, commercial, agricultural, communication, transportation, recreational and medical interests. It contains almost every convenience of a big city and every comfort of a small town. The community is alive with cultural events such as the art exhibitions, theatrical and musical productions, not only on campus but in the city itself through the Jonesboro Fine Arts Council, NEA Foundation of Arts, the Forum and the Northeast Arkansas Symphony. Jonesboro is also the medical hub of northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri, with two major hospitals and countless medical professionals. The city is also a shopping mecca, offering a modern business district as well as quaint downtown antique shops and restaurants. The $100 million Mall at Turtle Creek recently opened with more than 100 stores. One of the five largest cities in Arkansas, Jonesboro is located between the vast and fertile Mississippi River and the cultural and scenic richness of the Ozark Mountains. It is nestled about 70 miles west of Memphis, Tennessee, on the gentle slopes of Crowley’s Ridge. Jonesboro is a comfortable one hour drive from Memphis, two hours from Little Rock and four hours from St. Louis.The city and University have meshed resources in recent years and have truly become the “capital” of the northeast quadrant of the state. Northeast Arkansas is a recreation haven for the person who enjoys water sports, fishing, hunting, and boating as well as the joys of unspoiled nature. Jonesboro and the surrounding area have an abundance of lakes, rivers, ponds, streams and forests to serve as nature’s playgrounds for the avid outdoors person.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

A-State Administration

University Vice Chancellors

Ron Rhodes (Chair) Cherokee Village, Ark. Dr. Lynita Cooksey Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs and Provost

Dr. Len Frey Vice Chancellor Finance and Administration

Dr. Jason Penry Vice Chancellor University Advancement

Dr. Rick Stripling Vice Chancellor Student Affairs

Dr. Tim Langford (Vice Chair) Little Rock, Ark.

Niel Crowson (Secretary) Jonesboro, Ark.

Stacy Crawford Jonesboro, Ark.

Price Gardner Little Rock, Ark.

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS COmmITTEE

The Intercollegiate Athletics Committee (IAC) was formed in the spring of 1997. The IAC reviews and makes recommendations on issues involving the welfare of student-athletes, the role of athletics in campus life, and the athletics program’s compliance with the university, conference, and NCAA regulations; serves as a search advisory committee for key athletics program Dr. Karen McDaniel personnel; reviews the role of existing and potential IAC Chair sports programs; and reviews the athletics budget. Faculty Athletics Representative The committee reports to the Chancellor. Membership consists of four students appointed annually by the Student Government Association (one should be a student-athlete); four faculty appointed by the Faculty Senate (staggered two-year terms); one Faculty Athletic Representative appointed by the Chancellor (two-year term); one executive staff member appointed by the Chancellor (two-year term); the Dean of University College; two staff members appointed by the Staff Senate (staggered two-year terms); Student Government Association and Student Activities Board presidents; and representatives from the following external organizations: Alumni Association, Red Wolves Foundation, Lettermen’s Club, and the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce ASU Committee. The Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and the Senior Woman Athletic Administrator serve as ex-officio, nonvoting members. The chancellor appoints a chair at the beginning of each academic year.

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ASu System President Dr. Charles L. Welch

Dr. Charles Welch serves as president of the Arkansas State University System and has emerged as one of the state’s leading advocates for higher education. Dr. Welch was named the second president of the ASU System in November 2010 and officially began his new position in April 2011. He is the youngest person to ever serve as president or chancellor of an Arkansas community college, and is the youngest university president in Arkansas. During his tenure, Dr. Welch has hired new chancellors for all five of the system’s main campuses. Among the system’s major expansion initiatives under his leadership are the merger of Mid-South Community College in West Memphis; the August 2016 opening of NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State, which will be the state's second medical school; and development of the first U.S.-style university campus in Mexico, which will open this fall. Additionally, the ASU System office was relocated to Little Rock and expanded to enhance its statewide exposure and position in higher education leadership at the State Capitol.

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Dr. Welch is chairman of the board of the Arkansas Association of Public Universities, as well as co-chair of the executive council of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. He previously served as president of Henderson State University, chancellor of the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope; vice chancellor for academic affairs at ASU-Beebe; and dean of university studies at Pulaski Technical College. Welch also worked at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and has served as an instructor of education and political science at three different colleges in Arkansas. A native of Jonesboro, Dr. Welch was a firstgeneration college student and the first member of either side of his extended family to receive a graduate degree. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Arkansas, where he served as president of the student body. He received a Master of Arts degree in political management from George Washington University and a Doctor of Education degree in higher education administration from UALR. His experience in the governmental affairs arena includes serving as a White House intern and on the staffs of U.S. Sen. David Pryor and then-U.S. Rep. Blanche Lincoln. He is a past president of the Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges, is a former board member for the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches, and was inducted into the Arkansas Boys State Hall of Fame. AY Magazine named Welch as one of the “Powerful Men of 2013”, and in 2005, Arkansas Business selected Welch to “40 Under 40,” which profiled 40 “intriguing business and political leaders under age 40.” He also has been active in the communities where he has worked, serving on a variety of local and regional boards and committees. Dr. Welch and his wife, Mandy, are the parents of three daughters: Wheatley Grace, Emma Caroline, and Ava Claire.


A-State Chancellor Dr. Kelly Damphousse

Kelly Damphousse became Chancellor of Arkansas State University on July 1, 2017, thanks to a personal email. An academic administrator at the University of Oklahoma since 2004, Damphousse (DAM-fiss) was serving as the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He and his wife Beth were the family in residence at OU’s freshman Headington Hall. In addition to enjoying teaching “Introduction to Sociology” to 700 first-year students each year, he was the Sooners’ Big 12/NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative. Then, he got that email. The last person to say so, Damphousse over the years had become a highly sought-after, but “thanks, not interested,” recruit of numerous president or chancellor searches. He’d seen his share of head-hunter pitches. But on that day, there was a personal message from the President of the Arkansas State University System. Chuck Welch explained how he was convinced Kelly Damphousse was the man for the job at A-State. A personal touch with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the Norman community was Damphousse’s hallmark. His emphasis on placing students first became apparent during his campus visit to A-State in May 2017. The A-State Staff Senate heard the message and made “Every Red Wolf Counts” t-shirts that welcomed him and Beth when they were introduced later that month. His self-effacing humor and a lifetime spent relating to individuals regardless of the job led him to Jonesboro to become the third permanently appointed Chancellor of Arkansas State, the sixth to hold the title since it was instituted in 2006. Damphousse joins the line of successors to the university’s founding leader, V. C. Kays, from 1909 as the 13th chief executive of the institution. Raised in a small fishing village in northern Canada, Damphousse attended Lethbridge Community College where he earned an associate’s degree in law enforcement in 1982. A failed professional hockey tryout foiled one of his two early life ambitions, a career as a goalie in the NHL. His degree

was the starting point for his other goal: becoming a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer. As he likes to say, three years in prison at the Alberta Correctional Service where he served as a correctional officer refocused his dream of becoming a Mountie. Heading south, Damphousse enrolled at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, where his life was changed forever. Along with completing his bachelor’s in criminal justice, specializing in law enforcement and police science in 1987, he met Beth Smith, a College Station native who, in Kelly’s words, “neither wanted to marry a cop or a Canadian.” After a brief stint as a security manager for Macy’s in Atlanta and New Orleans, he returned to graduate school at Texas A&M University where he discovered Satanism. Actually, it was his thesis on the etiology of youthful Satanism that earned him his master’s in sociology in 1991. After completing his master’s degree, he progressed into the study of drug use at A&M, completing his doctorate under Howard Kaplan, the director of the laboratory for the Studies of Social Deviance, and examined in his dissertation the longterm consequences of using drugs. He began his university career as an assistant professor in the Department of Justice Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1994, and then returned to his alma mater of Sam Houston State one year later as an assistant professor in the College of Criminal Justice. Damphousse moved to OU in 1997 as member of the Department of Sociology, where he directed several research projects, most notably the “American Terrorism Study” with Brent Smith of the University of Arkansas. He also worked on the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring project in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, and the first-ever field test of voice-stress analysis deception detection software. Damphousse was the principal investigator or co-principal investigator on 42 projects at Oklahoma and Sam Houston State. The co-author with Smith and Jeffrey Gruenewald of the forthcoming 2018 book, Patterns of American Terrorism, Damphousse also served as the co-editor of Social Science Quarterly, volumes 92 through 97. He has authored or co-authored 26 peer-reviewed articles in scholarly publications, 31 book chapters and 20 peer-reviewed technical reports. Becoming associate dean in 2004, he was appointed the interim dean of CAS at Oklahoma in 2013. Damphousse was made the permanent dean in 2014. As the leader of OU’s largest and oldest college, Damphousse led the first collegewide strategic planning exercise as well as assisting faculty and staff in the raising of more than $30 million in private giving. He and Beth have two daughters who are both graduates of Oklahoma. Kayleigh, a 2014 sociology graduate, earned a master’s degree at Kansas, and is now the assistant director for retention and persistence at the University of Florida. Kristen, a 2016 biology graduate, is at Emory University working on her master’s degree in public health. The Damphousses are also the proud parents of Maple Leif, a standard poodle and lab mix, who serves as the First Dog of A-State and tweets at @MapleLeifDamp.

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Director of athletics Terry Mohajir

Terry Mohajir became the 11th Director of Athletics in A-State history on September 19, 2012, and since that time the Red Wolves have enjoyed unprecedented overall success academically, competitively and financially. Since being named director of athletics, Mohajir (pronounced MOHODGE-ER) has adopted an “ALWAYS RISING” slogan as an expansion on the popular “RED WOLVES RISING” campaign. With that theme in mind, the Arkansas State alumnus has instituted sweeping changes, created new policies, produced record-breaking fundraising totals, overseen significant facility upgrades, almost doubled the athletics department budget and implemented creative philosophies that have put the Red Wolves on course to strengthen their national brand. During his watch, the Red Wolves have accomplished numerous firsts in both academics and athletics accomplishments, but the Red Wolves' passionate and energetic leader continues to reinforce his belief that “our accomplishments of today become our expectations of tomorrow.” A-State has claimed 13 conference championships under Mohajir, including four Sun Belt football titles (2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016) and league crowns in volleyball (2015), men's indoor (2015) and outdoor (2016) track and field, women's bowling (2016), women's basketball (2014 and 2016), women's indoor (2013) and outdoor (2015) track and field and women's cross country (2014). Arkansas State had its first female student-athlete ever win an individual national championship and its women's athletics program claimed its highest finish all-time in the Capital One Cup standings, earning two prestigious “Top-50” awards for ranking No. 44 among all NCAA Division I programs during 2013-14 and No. 45 in 2015-16. The No. 44 ranking was the highest ever by a Sun Belt Conference women's program. The 2013-14 athletics year also saw A-State enjoy its highest ever finish in the Learfield Sports Director's Cup standings, ranking No. 1 in the Sun Belt Conference and No. 83 in the nation among 297 schools. The Red Wolves' finish not only set a school record, it topped the program's previous high of No. 134 set in 1999-2000 by 51 places. Most recently, A-State posted its second highest finish ever in the standings in 2015-16. During Mohajir's tenure, A-State has won four football conference championships with three different head coaches, including Gus Malzahn, Bryan Harsin and Blake Anderson. His hires have been heralded by the national media as some of the best in the country. Mohajir has responded well with coaching transitions. Carrying out one of his first major acts as athletics director, he appointed an interim head football coach and kept the entire assistant coaching staff in place for the 2013 GoDaddy.com Bowl. The Red Wolves went on to claim their first bowl victory since 1970 and their first win over a top-25 ranked opponent since joining the FBS in 1992. Faced with a head football coaching change following the next season as well, Mohajir guided A-State through the process again by keeping the assistant coaching staff in place and giving the Red Wolves everything needed in order to pick up a second consecutive GoDaddy Bowl win. Mohajir has successfully guided A-State through coaching changes in other sports as well. He appointed Mike Hagen head men's golf coach prior to the 2015-16 season, and he was promptly named the Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year.  Mohajir's most recent hire,

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Mike Balado, was previously the lead assistant at one of the elite men's basketball programs in the nation in Louisville and is considered one of the top up-and-coming head coaches in the nation. He replaced Mohajir's previous hire, Grant McCasland, who led the Red Wolves to 20 regular-season victories to tie the school record in his lone year with the program. Six different coaches at A-State since Mohajir's arrival have been named either a Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year or national Coach of the Year a combined 12 times. The value he places on the student-athlete has been evident, creating the inaugural A-State Awards held at the end of each year to celebrate both their academic and athletic accomplishments. He was behind the development of a student-advisory group that encompasses everything from a student-athlete mentorship program to fostering leadership in the community. The Red Wolves Leadership Academy program (RWLA) was designed with the sole purpose to obtain 100 percent job placement for all the athletics department's student-athletes upon graduation, and that key initiative has been achieved the last three years in a row. The RWLA continues to strengthen with a new study abroad component added to foster global awareness, which is often cited by employers as a positive attribute they seek. The study abroad program was designed to allow students the ability to make themselves more marketable in the workforce. The summer of 2015 saw Arkansas State student-athletes take part in the first study abroad program offered by any university and their athletics department in the nation. The program goes hand-in-hand with the RWLA's primary purpose to obtain 100 percent job placement for all its graduating student-athletes. The Red Wolves also saw their academic performance reach an all-time high during record-setting 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 fall semesters, which saw student-athletes achieve the best four ever all-department GPA's in consecutive years. A-State achieved a 3.083 all-department GPA in the fall of 2016. The 2015 fall semester featured a school-record 213 student-athletes named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll. The athletics department also posted its best ever department-wide APR score each of the last two years, according to the latest data. Additionally, the Red Wolves' have made a strong commitment to cost of attendance, appropriating funds for all student-athletes that is in the top 15 percent of all FBS schools. Mohajir's candid media interviews and engaging public speaking appearances have captivated the Red Wolves fan base, but his actions in a short amount of time have also reflected his vision to take A-State Athletics to new heights. The primary development arm of A-State Athletics, formerly known as the Red Wolf Club, has been renamed the Red Wolves Foundation and a new logo has been introduced as part of a rebranding effort. The changes have been in conjunction with new and exciting initiatives that have been put in place, designed to make a significant impact on donor relations and fundraising opportunities. The positive results are evident with a 300 percent increase in the foundation's annual fund revenue, while capital facilities fundraising is at an alltime high as well. A-State has also achieved its highest spot ever in the Collegiate Licensing Company's (CLC) rankings and set school records for both football total season ticket sales and season ticket revenue. Not only that, A-State is ranked 21st among the schools in the Group of 5 conferences in self-generated revenue. The athletics department's budget has increased from $15.9 million in Mohajir's first year to $43.1 million (FY 2016), representing an increase of 171 percent. A-State Athletics placed among the top 10 programs in the nation in each of the four most recent Excellence in Management Cup standings, which annually reviews the nation's athletics departments in regards to maximizing fiscal resources while providing results in the form of championship victories. The growth of A-State's brand under Mohajir led to signing a new 10-year agreement in 2016 with Learfield Sports, one of the multi-


Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir

media industry leaders, which will generate unprecedented revenue in the athletics department's history. Arkansas State, in the fall of 2016, also entered a new seven-year partnership with adidas that is the most lucrative apparel-based contract in school history and makes it an elite adidas program. Mohajir has made it a point to engage the fan base, stressing the importance of fan experience through avenues such as courtside seating at basketball games, enhancing game-day atmosphere and ensuring that staff go out of their way to extend every fan their assistance. Also among the changes in this area was the installation of a new approximately 1,600 square foot LED Daktronics scoreboard at Centennial Bank Stadium. Facilities have received a number of facelifts since Mohajir's arrival as well, making sure that the athletic department's “front door” and other sports areas possess a first-class appearance. A-State has completed, is in the process of completing and has committed a combined $60 million in construction and facility renovations since Mohajir's arrival, including stadium lighting and seats at Centennial Bank Stadium, new tennis courts and a new outdoor track. Also included in the upgrades have been renovations and updates inside the A-State Football Facility and with weight rooms, locker rooms and training rooms at both Centennial Bank Stadium and the Convocation Center, where new seating has been installed. The Red Wolves Foundation received a $5 million gift commitment from alumnus Johnny Allison for a renovation to its “Centennial Expansion,” and it is the largest individual donation in A-State Athletics history. The construction and renovation project to the stadium's press box and west-side concourse covered 40,000 square feet and cost $26 million. Additionally, a 78,000-square foot Student Activity Center (SAC), which also serves as an indoor practice facility for A-State sports, has been constructed on the north side of Centennial Bank Stadium. The approximate cost was $11 million for construction of the center and the relocation of the soccer complex. He is currently overseeing the fundraising efforts for a $26-million football facility project in Centennial Bank Stadium's north end zone as well. Committed to Title IX and gender-equity initiatives, A-State has worked to improve coaching staff sizes and salaries, operation funding and facilities under Mohajir. Among the upgrades, A-State has completed a new women's soccer and women's tennis facility, which houses both squads' locker rooms, training room and more. A new women's bowling locker room, lounge and pro shop have also been constructed. His philosophies on scheduling have been well documented, and they have resulted in home-and-home games with nationally-prominent programs such as Missouri and Miami for the first time in A-State history. He has capitalized on the Red Wolves recent success by gaining additional games against teams such as Southern Cal, making A-State the first Sun Belt program to schedule a football contest against the Trojans. Mohajir was appointed as the Sun Belt Conference's representative on the inaugural College Football Playoff Athletic Director's Advisory Board, acting as one of 10 athletics directors from FBS conferences on the board. He was also asked to serve on the NCAA Division I Championships Cabinet and the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee. Mohajir was one of six athletics directors appointed to the NCAA Division I Football Ad Hoc Recruiting Working Group, which was formed to conduct a comprehensive review of Division I football recruiting legislation. Additionally, he is scheduled to be a guest panelist at Knight Commission public meeting May 1, 2017, at the National Press Club. Speaking alongside fellow panelists such as Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby, Conference USA Commissioner Judy MacLeod, Missouri Valley Football Conference Commissioner Patty Vivirito and Don Yee of Yee & Dublin Sports, LLC, Mohajir will discuss “The Future of College Football: A Focus on Finances and Player Benefits and Pro-

tections. Mohajir continues to evaluate and process information to complete a national-branding campaign, but has already started building a strong foundation for the future of A-State Athletics. Mohajir's career path went through three other NCAA Division I institutions, including the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Florida Atlantic and Kansas, before leading him back to his alma mater. Mohajir's wealth of experience, history of success working with a university in A-State's current conference and his noted accomplishments at a BCS automatic qualifying school made him a clear choice to take over the reins at Arkansas State. Mohajir has gained national respect in collegiate athletics while working with some of the finest administrators and coaches in the country, such as former FAU, Louisville, Miami and Oklahoma head football coach Howard Schnellenberger. The Overland Park, Kansas native has been involved with major fundraising campaigns at multiple universities, while al so overseeing corporate sales, marketing promotions and ticket sales. Prior to AState, he most recently served 16 months as Kansas' Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to his time with the Jayhawks, he spent a seven-year stint as Florida Atlantic's Senior Associate Director of Athletics for External Relations from 2004-11 after working at UMKC from 1997-2004 as its Assistant Director of Athletics for External Relations. Mohajir worked at Kansas in a variety of capacities during two different stints, but his latest stop in Lawrence saw him assume responsibility for the Williams Education Fund that totaled over $22 million in revenue for the fiscal year 2012. He supervised the athletics department's areas that generated over $40 million in revenue. In addition, Mohajir oversaw Kansas' multimedia rights partnership for IMG. His most recent role as Chief Marketing Officer was heavily focused on the market strategies for the proposed football stadium renovations. Mohajir went to Kansas from his position at Florida Atlantic, where he oversaw development, marketing, ticket sales, corporate sales and the media relations department. Foremost among his responsibilities was a fundraising campaign for a $70 million on-campus football stadium. His astute project management helped the Owls' football program reach the 2007 New Orleans Bowl in just its fourth year as an FBS program, an NCAA record for the fastest start-up program to go to a bowl game. During his tenure, FAU's athletics department enhanced its major gift program 800 percent, Owl Club giving increased 400 percent and special-events revenue increased 150 percent. Mohajir's original connection to KU dated back to the early 1990's, when he was a graduate assistant, an assistant offensive line coach and game-day special team's football coach for the Jayhawks (199396). He left Kansas in 1997 but didn't go far, staying in the Kansas City area to take over his administrative position with the newly-created Division I UMKC Athletics program. There he supervised marketing and promotions, sports information, fundraising, radio and TV contracts, corporate sales, tickets, event operations, sports medicine, strength and conditioning and men's soccer. Under his leadership, the Kangaroos saw dramatic increases in endowment, sponsorships, ticket revenue and its donor base. One of his more visible accomplishments at UMKC was the fundraising and construction efforts for a new training room and strength and conditioning center. During his time as an assistant coach at Kansas, Mohajir was on the staff that beat UCLA in the 1995 Aloha Bowl and had a final ranking of No. 9 in the AP poll. He was also a football ticket sales and promotions account executive for Kansas Athletics and earned a master's degree in sports management at KU in 1997. Mohajir graduated from Arkansas State University with a major in sports management and a minor in business marketing in 1993. He was a starting safety on A-State's football team. Mohajir is married to the former Julie Hammond and they have two daughters, Maria (16) and Molly (14), and son, Marco (9).

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Athletics Media Relations

FACILITIES: Media facilities in the Convocation Center consist of an area at floor level on the east side of the court for reporters, broadcasters and photographers, as well as a television-film booth located high on the east side of the arena. There is also a Media Room located on the west side open to the press before, during and after games. Admittance to these areas is by special credential issued only by the A-State Media Relations Office.

CREDENTIALS: Credentials for home games are provided to those members of the media who are covering the game in a full working capacity. Requests with names should be submitted in writing on company letterhead. Passes will be mailed to valid applicants as long as time permits; otherwise, passes may be claimed at the Media Entrance on the east side of the arena. Spouses, dates, children and non-workers are NOT permitted in the media areas. Passes must be displayed at all times, and A-State reserves the right to revoke passes and privileges at any time due to misrepresentation or misconduct. Requests for road-game credentials should be made to the SID of the host institution.

PARKING: A limited number of parking spaces are available to members of the media on a paved lot adjacent to the Media Entrance on the east side of the arena, Lot “A”. Display a parking pass to the parking attendant for admittance. Parking is on a first-come, first-serve basis. All parking pass requests should be made to the Media Relations Office.

ENTRY: Media representatives with proper A-State-issued credentials will be allowed to enter the building ONLY at the Media Entrance (ground level, green corner of the arena) on the east side of the Convocation Center. This is also the main entry to the athletic offices and is adjacent to the Media parking area.

GAmE SERVICES: Notes, programs, media guides, statistics, play-by-play, and live statistics (StatBroadcast) are provided. Books of all information will be available after the game.

PHOTOGRAPHERS: The arena lighting system is a combination of 1,000watt and 1,500-watt metal halide lamps with a 150-footcandle level of illumination. Excellent results have been obtained with daylight film. Photographers are not allowed to shoot from in front of the team benches nor from the catwalk above the floor (for security, insurance

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and safety reasons). Credentials are required to shoot from courtside. Certified photographers of newspapers, magazines, wire services and TV stations must request passes in writing. No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers.

INTERVIEWS: The head coach will be available for interviews in the media room after each game, following a brief team meeting. A-State student-athletes will also be available by request at this time. The locker room is closed to the media following games. To arrange for a student-athlete interview during the week, contact Dennen Cuthbertson at (870) 972-2541. All interviews must be approved by the head coach.

INJURY INFORmATION POLICY: A student-athlete's protected health information is protected by federal regulations under either the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (the Buckley Amendment) and may not be disclosed without either the student-athlete's authorization under HIPAA or their consent under the Buckley Amendment. Authorized/consented injury information pertaining to a student-athlete shall be released to the media through the Department of Athletics Media Relations office after being authorized by the athletic trainer. It is also appropriate-in postgame or weekly press conferences-for head coaches to announce team injury updates. It is the policy of the Department of Athletics to provide accurate information on injuries and not withhold injury information from the media. Team physicians may be available to offer explanation on injuries if requested by the athletic trainer. Any sideline or locker room report made to the media shall be made by an athletic trainer, team physician, or a media relations staff representative.

FOR mORE INFORmATION: Contact Dennen Cuthbertson, Assistant /Volleyball Contact at (870) 972-2541, or write Media Relations Office, P.O. Box 1000, State University, AR, 72467. Overnight mail can be sent to Media Relations Office, Convocation Center, 217 Olympic Drive, Jonesboro, AR, 72401.

WEB ACCESS: In addition, schedules, rosters, statistics, bios, etc., are available on the volleyball page of A-State’s official athletics website, www.AStateRedWolves.com.

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A-STATE ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Jerry Scott

Director Office: 870-972-3405 Cell: 870-243-6021 jscott@astate.edu

Chris Graddy

Assistant Director Office: 870-972-2707 Cell: 870-340-7836 cgraddy@astate.edu

mark Taylor

Assistant Director Office: 870-972-3547 Cell: 870-219-5705 martaylor@astate.edu

Dennen Cuthbertson Assistant Director Office: 870-972-3383 Cell: 870-820-0594 mcuthbertson@astate.edu

Dustin Sullivan

Director of Digital Media Office: 870-972-2682 Cell: 870-275-8375 dsullivan@astate.edu main Phone: 870-972-2541 Fax: 870-972-3367

mailing Address: Arkansas State Media Relations P.O. Box 1000 State University, AR 72467 Delivery Address: Athletic Department 217 Olympic Dr. Jonesboro, AR 72401

STUDENT ASSISTANTS Brian Cook, Dylan Tedder, Caleb Booker,


AREA CODE 870 ATHLETICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-3880 ATHLETIC TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-3342 COMPLIANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2813 DEVELOPMENT AND RED WOLVES FOUNDATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2401 MARKETING AND PROMOTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-3930 MEDIA RELATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2541 STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2082 STUDENT SERVICES AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2813 TICKET OFFICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2781 BASEBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2700 MEN’S BASKETBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2077 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2303 WOMEN’S BOWLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .680-8552 FOOTBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2082 MEN’S GOLF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-3411 WOMEN’S GOLF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2777 TRACK AND FIELD, CROSS COUNTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-3350 WOMEN’S SOCCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2340 WOMEN’S TENNIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-2795 VOLLEYBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .972-3876

ADMINISTRATION Terry Mohajir Rich Zvosec Amy Holt Jason Martin Claire Drerup Karen Carter Tabitha Huskey Dr. Karen McDaniel

ATHLETIC TRAINING Ron Carroll TBA Simone Rush Eric Ennis Adam Norman Phil Duplessy Rachel Lamb Nikki Frushour Kortney Delafosse Konstandena Brown

COMPLIANCE Joel Weems Chad Williams Oswin Schlenkrich B.J. McClaren

Director of Athletics Senior Associate AD for Administration Associate AD & Senior Woman Administrator Associate AD for External Relations Assistant AD for Administration Business Manager Administrative Assistant Faculty Athletics Representative

972-3882 972-3005 972-4163 972-2950 972-3126 972-3115 972-2991 972-3430

Head Certified Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Athletic Training GA Athletic Training GA Athletic Training GA Athletic Training GA Athletic Training GA

972-3923 972-2419 680-4009 680-4008 680-8312 680-8310 972-3682 680-8309 680-8308 680-8311

Associate AD for Compliance Assistant Director of Compliance Compliance GA Administrative Assistant

972-3098 972-3162 972-2304 972-2304

DEVELOPMENT AND RED WOLVES FOUNDATION Adam Haukap Associate AD & Director of the Red Wolves Foundation Jeff Cummings Dir. of Annual Fund & Premium Seating Bryan Thompson Development Coordinator Carlos McCants Development Coordinator for Lettermen Relations Gina Winchester Administrative Assistant, Red Wolves Foundation

FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT Randy Knowles David Swift Jason Jones Miles Clover Robert Marchand Aubrey Champion Bobby Burton

Assistant AD for Facilities & Event Management 972-2578 Assistant, Facilities & Event Management 972-2578 Equipment Supervisor 680-8093 Facilities and Event Management GA 972-2578 Assistant Equipment Manager 680-8093 Equipment GA 680-8093 Athletics Facilities Supervisor/Grounds and Landscape 972-2066

MARKETING AND FAN EXPERIENCE Dani Smith Assistant AD for Marketing & Fan Engagement Garret Dellwo Director of Marketing, Community Outreach Erika Henderson Marketing and Design GA Andrew Geswein Director of Video Content and Operations

RED WOLVES SPORTS PROPERTIES Erik Book General Manager Nathan Garcia Manager, Business Development Shayne Odum Coordinator of Partnership Services SPIRIT GROUPS Paige Pauley

MEDIA RELATIONS Jerry Scott Chris Graddy Mark Taylor Dennen Cuthbertson Dustin Sullivan

ATHLETICS PERFORMANCE Kaz Kazadi TBA Brighton Hill Ethan Gold

972-2401 972-3895 680-4353 972-3004 972-2401

972-2943 972-2558 972-2558 972-9996 972-2944 972-2944 972-2464

Coordinator/Head Coach

972-4077

Assistant AD for Media Relations Assistant Director of Media Relations Assistant Director of Media Relations Assistant Director of Media Relations Director of Digital Media

972-3405 972-2707 972-3547 972-3383 972-2682

Assistant AD for Athletics Performance Associate Director of Athletics Performance Assistant Director of Athletics Performance Assistant Director of Athletics Performance

680-8253 972-3897 972-3897 972-2082

Directory Matt Murphy Jen Taft Max Tilden

TICKET OFFICE Haley Stout Teresa Ryan Tyler Weedon

Assistant Athletics Performance Coach Assistant Athletics Performance Coach Athletics Performance GA Coach

972-2082 972-2082 972-2082

Box Office Manager Assistant Box Office Manager Ticket Sales & Fan Development Executive

972-2781 972-2781 680-8325

STUDENT SERVICES AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT Abby Wilson Associate AD for Student Services Shaquita Lee-Renelique Academic Coordinator Katharine Whitaker Academic Coordinator Nate Carr Academic Coordinator Brodrick Johnson Academic Coordinator Crimsynn Dover Eligibility Certification Officer Mary Tinsley Administrative Assistant for Student Services BASEBALL Tommy Raffo Rowdy Hardy Rick Guarno TBA

MEN’S BASKETBALL Mike Balado Vince Walden Casey Stanley Mike Scutero Josh Pierre

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Brian Boyer Deidra Johnson Aundrea Gamble Autumn Rademacher Adam Marso WOMEN’S BOWLING Justin Kostick Tanner Seal FOOTBALL Blake Anderson Trooper Taylor Joe Cauthen Buster Faulkner Kyle Cefalo Brian Early Allen Johnson Norval McKenzie Luke Paschall Allen Rudolph Matt Ellerbrock Parks Frazier Michael Gibbs Cedric Douglas Andrew Norman Derrik Haney Jason Andrews Dave Roberson Yvonne Foster Karen Rinehart Chris Rodriguez MEN’S GOLF Mike Hagen Max McGrail

WOMEN’S GOLF MJ Desbiens Shaw Rachel Pollock

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Volunteer Coach

972-2700 680-4339 680-4338 680-4336

Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Basketball Operations

972-2077 972-3512 972-2491 972-2390 972-2627

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Basketball Operations

972-2303 972-3637 972-3583 972-2473 972-3537

Head Coach Assistant Coach

680-8552 972-3876

Head Coach Assistant Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant Coach Quality Control for Special Teams Defensive Quality Control Assistant AD, Director of Football Operations Director of Player Personnel Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant Video Coordinator

972-2092 972-3873 972-3294 680-8438 680-8003 972-3872 680-8055 680-8002 972-3716 972-3871 972-2082 972-2082 972-2082 972-2082 972-2082 972-2082 972-3874 680-8005 972-2082 972-2092 680-8004

Head Coach Graduate Assistant Coach

972-3411 972-3411

Head Coach Graduate Assistant Coach

972-2708 972-2708

TRACK AND FIELD AND CROSS COUNTRY Jim Patchell Head Coach Kyle Chandler Head Cross Country Coach/Assistant T&F Jarius Cooper Assistant Coach Matt Kraft Assistant Coach Matt Vining Assistant Coach WOMEN’S SOCCER Brian Dooley Shannon Washington Jacob Schoch Daniel O’Hare WOMEN’S TENNIS Kel Lange VOLLEYBALL David Rehr Brian Gerwig Ross Kessler

972-3356 972-2302 972-2721 972-4791 972-3702 972-3831 972-2304

680-4001 680-3793 680-4005 680-4003 972-4002

Head Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant Coach

972-3195 972-8193 972-3876 972-3876

Head Coach

972-2795

Head Coach Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Assistant Coach

972-2725 972-3524 972-3524

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