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2011 Schedule Aug 18 Aug 18 Aug 19 Aug 19 Aug 26 Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27 Sep 2 Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 3 Sep 7 Sep 9 Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 10 Sep 14 Sep 17 Sep 21 Sep 23 Oct 1 Oct 5 Oct 8 Oct 12 Oct 15 Oct 19 Oct 22 Oct 25 Oct 29 Nov 1 Nov 5 Nov 8 Nov 10 Nov 12 Nov 19

Daemen College Bethel College Shawnee State University Indiana University - East Baker University Jamestown College Taylor University Valley City State University Lubbock Christian University Benedictine College Grand View University College of St. Mary Hastings College South Dakota Tech McPherson College College of the Ozarks Dakota State University Concordia University Mount Marty College Midland University Morningside College Dordt College Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. Briar Cliff University Hastings College Morningside College Midland University Northwestern College Concordia University Dakota Wesleyan University Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. Mount Marty College GPAC Quarterfinals GPAC Semifinals GPAC Finals NAIA Opening Round

Winona Lake, Ind. Winona Lake, Ind. Winona Lake, Ind. Winona Lake, Ind. Orange City, Iowa Orange City, Iowa Orange City, Iowa Orange City, Iowa Bellevue, Neb. Bellevue, Neb. Bellevue, Neb. Bellevue, Neb. Crete, Neb. Hastings, Neb. Hastings, Neb. Hastings, Neb. Hastings, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Fremont, Neb. Sioux City, Iowa Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Sioux City, Iowa Hastings, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Orange City, Iowa Seward, Neb. Crete, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Yankton, S.D.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011 Schedule Inside Cover 2011 Preseason Outlook 2-4 2011 Roster 4 Doane Staff & Players 5-23 2010 Season in Review 24-26 GPAC History, Directory, Stats 27-30 2011 Opponents 32-38 PlayNAIA 39 Volleyball History 41-50 This is Doane College 52 Doane President 53 Doane Admission Office 54 Doane Academics 55-56 Doane Facilities 57 Sports Medicine 58 Doane Sports Information Office 59 Doane Athletic Administration 60 Doane Head Coaches Back Inside Cover TV/Radio Roster Back Cover

Athletics Directory Athletics Office 826-6717 Athletic Director 826-8583 Asst. Athletic Director 826-8549 Sports Information 826-8248 Fax 826-8647 Baseball 826-6744 M Basketball 826-8281 W Basketball 826-8636 Cheer & Dance 520-0230 Cross Country 826-8656 Football 826-8201 M Golf 826-6719 W Golf 826-8653 Soccer 826-6783 Softball 826-6735 Tennis 826-8227 Track 826-8300 Volleyball 826-8202 (area code for all offices is 402)

Quick Facts Location Crete, Neb. 68333 Founded by Thomas Doane, 1872 Enrollment 1,034 President Dr. Jacque Carter Nickname Tigers Colors Orange & Black Affiliation NAIA Conference Great Plains Athletic Athletic Director Greg Heier Asst. Athletic Director Cody Vance Sports Information Rick Schmuecker Athletics Website www.doane.edu/Athletics

Volleyball Information Head Coach Cindy Meyer Overall Record 607-299 Years 25th Asst. Coaches Nick Thixton Conley Straight, Annie Gardiner

Media Guide Credits The 2011 Doane Volleyball Media & Recruit Guide was designed and written by Rick Schmuecker.

Photo Credits Doane Athletics photography is handled by Pete Fiumefreddo. Doane photographs are posted on the Tiger Sports Network facebook page.

2010 Record 2010 GPAC Record Last Post-season App.

27-8 14-2/2nd W , St. Ambrose (NAIA Pool Play, 2010) Letterwinners Return/Lost 9/8 Starters Return/Lost 5/1 Home Facility Haddix Center Capacity 1,200


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PRESEASON OUTLOOK The Tiger volleyball team always has high expectations with the ultimate goals of contending for a conference title and qualifying for nationals. Doane has finished runner-up in the GPAC for two straight years and qualified for nationals each of the last three years. They enter the 2011 season coming off of a 27-8 record and 14-2 mark in the GPAC. Cindy Meyer returns for her 25th year as coach of the Tigers. Schedule Doane will open the season at the Grace Ramada Plaza Invite in Indiana against Daemen College (NY) on August 18. The next morning they will face Shawnee State University, a national tournament qualifier last season. The following weekend, Doane will make the annual trip to the Red Raider Classic. The Tigers will face off against Jamestown on the first day. The Jimmies were a national qualifier and the two teams opened the 2010 season in the same location with Doane rallying for a five-set victory. On the second day, the GPAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll Tigers will take on Taylor University, a national tournament 1. Doane College (5) 94 qualifier. 2. Northwestern College (4) 91 The Great Plains Athletic Conference opener is set for September 7 and will also serve as the home opener for the Tigers. Doane will face rival Hastings in their first match in a new facility, the Haddix Center. In the final two years at Fuhrer Field House, the Tigers combined for a 20-1 record along with an 85-percent win percentage the last 10 years. Doane will return home for a pair of conference matches against Concordia and Mt. Marty with the match versus the Lancers at 10:00 AM, the first morning conference match for the Tigers since the GPAC formed in 2000.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Dordt College Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. Hastings College (2) Briar Cliff University Midland University Morningside College Dakota Wesleyan University Concordia University Mount Marty College

78 66 62 59 49 45 27 24 10

After a pair of road matches to Midland and Morningside, Doane will return home on October 1 for homecoming. The game will also mark the annual DIG PINK match as the Tigers and Dordt Defenders will join together in the fight against Breast Cancer. Rival Nebraska Wesleyan will come to town on October 5 for the first of two battles on the season. The two squads have put together some exciting matches over recent years. In what has become an annual trip, Doane will play at Northwestern for the fourth straight year in conference play on October 22. The Red Raiders last made a trip to Crete in 2007 and Doane has added three trips to Orange City in the GPAC Tournament the last three years as well.

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Outside Hitters The Tigers return last year’s starting outside hitters in Terra Andreasen and Ashley Axmann. Andreasen, a senior, will be a four-year starter for the Tigers and was named Second Team AllGPAC last year. She averaged 2.53 kills per set and 2.2 digs. Axmann, a sophomore, earned First Team honors last year as well as honorable mention AllAmerican honors. Axmann averaged a team-high 3.51 kills per set and had 27 matches with 10 or more kills. The back-up spot behind the two “A’s” (Andreasen/Axmann) is up for grabs. Competing for time in camp are sophomores Karmen Lawver and Alyssa Hangman along with freshman Karissa Blank. Middle Blockers Susan Rollman returns in the middle after receiving a number of accolades in 2010. During her sophomore campaign Rollman was named Second Team All-American, First Team All-GPAC and honorary captain of the All-Nebraska Team by the Omaha World Herald. Rollman posted 3.14 kills and a .366 attack percentage to go with 0.93 blocks per set. There is very little drop off behind Rollman as Emily Max also had a strong first year for the Tigers. Max earned Second Team All-GPAC honors. Max had 17 matches with 10 or more kills while averaging 2.91 per set. She added 0.86 blocks and a .332 attack percentage. The back-up spot will likely be battled for between senior Kellie Peterson and freshman Cassandra Choquette. Peterson is in a battle for the right-side hitter position but has played in the middle in previous years. Right-Side Hitters Seniors Peterson and Lisa Lord will compete with sophomore Michaela Stuhr for the top spots if the Tigers run a 6-2 offense this season. Peterson was mostly a utility-type player last year, playing on the right side, the middle and as a serving specialist. She had a season-high 10 kills against Briar Cliff as a middle, three assists and four blocks on the right-side against Olivet Nazarene and 15 ace serves and a .933 serving percentage. Lord had a breakout match against Hastings when she posted seven kills and six blocks. She also had seven kills against Dordt. On the season, she had 53 kills and 53 blocks; an average of 0.51 per set. Stuhr saw most of her action on the junior varsity side but played in some varsity action as well. She averaged 0.45 kills per set with a high of four against College of the Ozarks. Brooke Burianek will also compete for playing time.

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Setters The setter position is inexperienced following the departure of four-year starter Heather Davison. Competition for the setter position will depend on whether the Tigers go with a 5-1 or 6-2 offense. Last year, Doane went primarily with a 5-1 set but with the strength of the hitters, a 6-2 set is not out of the question. Desiree Erikson enters the season with the top spot after serving as a defensive specialist on varsity the last two years. She has earned most of her collegiate setting experience on the junior varsity squad. Lacey Woitaszewski enters the season as the second setter after spending last year on junior varsity. Chelsea Beach will also compete for a setter position on the depth chart but played primarily as a hitter in high school. Defensive Specialists The biggest question mark entering the season for Doane will be in the back row. Departures from the team, including honorable mention All-GPAC libero Nicole Skolnick who graduated, hit the team hard in the off-season. However, the incoming recruit class has addressed the issue with the only question being who comes along the quickest to fill spots on the court. Five freshmen could see time, led by Lindsay Coffin who was named to the Nebraska Coaches’ AllStar game this past summer and competed well in the libero position. Julie Els and Brandie Sykes may have an edge early on but will be pushed by Tessa Tierney and Karissa Blank for playing time. All five could see time throughout the year.

2011 ROSTER # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 28 29 32

Player Pos. Year Lacey Woitaszewski S SO Lindsay Coffin DS FR Chelsea Beach S FR Desiree Erikson S JR Julie Els DS FR Terra Andreasen OH SR Susan Rollman MB JR Kellie Peterson RS/MB SR Tessa Tierney DS FR Cassandra Choquette MB FR Ashley Axmann OH SO Brandie Sykes DS FR Lisa Lord RS SR Emily Max MB SO Alex Winters DS/S FR Alyssa Hangman OH SO Michaela Stuhr RS SO Karissa Blank OH/DS FR Brooke Burianek RS SO Karmen Lawver OH SO Lauren Rohe RS/MB FR Allycia Myers MB/OH JR Kelsey Schilf OH FR Audrey Wondercheck MB FR

Hometown Wood River, Neb. Shelby, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Comstock, Neb. Athens, Ohio Bellevue, Neb. Humphrey, Neb. Ord, Neb. Black Hawk, S.D. Minden, Neb. Pleasanton, Neb. Tobias, Neb. Indianola, Neb. Gothenburg, Neb. Elizabeth, Colo. Omaha, Neb. York, Neb. Madison, Neb. Arlington, Neb. Dorchester, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Merna, Neb. Deshler, Neb.

Previous School Wood River H.S. Shelby H.S. Malcolm H.S. Ord H.S. Alexander H.S. Bellevue East H.S. St. Francis H.S. Ord H.S. Sturgis Brown H.S. Minden H.S. Pleasanton H.S. Meridian H.S. Southwest H.S. Gothenburg H.S. Lutheran High Park Omaha Central H.S. York H.S. Lutheran High Northeast Arlington H.S. Dorchester H.S. Lincoln East H.S. Univ. of Nebraska-Kearney Deshler H.S.

Newman Grove, Neb.

Newman Grove H.S.


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Twenty-Five Year Head Coach

Cindy Meyer Head Coach Cindy Meyer began her collegiate coaching career at Doane College in 1987 with a victory over College of St. Mary. Since that time, Meyer’s teams have gone to eight national tournaments while her program emphasizes outstanding fundamentals and team cohesiveness. Meyer is the winningest coach in Tiger volleyball history and she has coached six conference players-of-the-year, 16 AllAmericans, and 35 NAIA Scholar-Athletes. Meyer’s early coaching days at Doane featured eight winning seasons and two national tournament berths in 1990 and 1994. In 1988, the Tigers won 37 matches, most in the Coach Meyer era and second-most in school history. The 1990 season saw Coach Meyer reached 100 career victories with a win over Washburn. In 1993, a victory over Midland Lutheran College gave Meyer win 200. The Tigers had a down season in 1995, finishing 15-19. They came back the next season with a 26-win season and in 1997 they qualified for the NAIA Tournament with a 32-win campaign. Meyer picked up win No. 300 against Hastings in 1997. With the formation of the Great Plains Athletic Conference in 2000, the Tigers posted a fourth place finish. Two years later, Doane claimed their first GPAC crown. They advanced to win the GPAC tournament crown, the NAIA Region IV title and qualified for nationals. In addition to all that happened in 2002, Coach Meyer picked up win No. 400 in a victory over Hastings.


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The Tigers missed the national tournament in 2003 and 2004 as they finished one spot away from an at-large berth. Meyer’s teams posted 25+ wins in each of those seasons with runner-up finishes in the GPAC. The Tigers returned to nationals in 2005 with an upset win over Hastings in the regional tournament. They took third place in the tournament as the region earned three bids to nationals. In 2006, Meyer picked up her 500th victory as a collegiate coach with a 3-0 victory over Dakota Wesleyan. Doane returned to the national scene with an appearance at the NAIA Tournament in 2008. Doane placed fourth in the GPAC but used and come-from-behind victory over Hastings to cement their place in the tournament. Doane defeated Bethel (KS) in the NAIA Opening Round as the Tigers hosted their first-ever national tournament game. For the first time in school history, Meyer and the Tigers returned to the NAIA Tournament. This marked the first back-to-back appearance at nationals. The season opened with an upset of Biola University, a Final Four qualifier in 2008. Doane tied for second in the GPAC and upset Morningside in Sioux City to advance to the GPAC Tournament finals and earned an automatic berth to nationals. In 2010, the Tigers had several memorable moments. Midway through the year, Coach Meyer joined an exclusive club when her squad defeated Morningside for the 600th collegiate victory. Meyer is one of three coaches to accomplish the feat in the state of Nebraska, joining Terry Pettit (Nebraska) and Rosella Meier (Nebr-Kearney). The Tigers capped the season with a runner-up finish in the GPAC regular season & post-season and a trip to the national tournament. Meyer, associate professor of physical education, earned a bachelor’s degree from Wayne State College and a master’s degree from Kearney State College (UNK). She began her coaching career at Ainsworth High School, where she led her teams to an 83-30 overall record and four state tournament appearances. Meyer has also established one of the premier summer volleyball camps, drawing hundreds of young student-athletes each year.


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Nick Thixton

Conley Straight

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Nick Thixton became an assistant coach for the Tigers in 2008. Thixton graduated from Doane in May 2009 and was a member of the track & field team for four years and the tennis team for one year.

Conley Straight joined the Tiger staff in 2009. He has many duties but one that he excels at is working on film breakdown, both for opponents and for the TIger players.

He also serves as an assistant jumps coach with the track & field team, having done so since 2009. He has helped coach several NAIA national meet qualifiers.

He is orginially from Shickley, Neb., and graduated from Doane in May 2011 with a degree in exercise science with a minor in biology.

He is originially from Lexington, Neb.

Straight has coached club volleyball for Nebraska Elite and got his start as a student assistant in high school. He now resides in Lincoln where he is a paraeducator at Lincoln Southwest High School. He is currently working on a master’s degree through Concordia University-Irvine in California.


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Annie Gardiner

Shaylah Schadwinkel

Assistant Coach

Student Asst Coach

Annie Gardiner joined the coaching staff as an assistant in Fall 2011. Gardiner will begin working on her master’s degree while also coaching for the Tigers.

Shaylah Schadwinkel joined the Tiger coaching staff in Fall 2011 after playing a year in the Doane program.

A graduate of Abilene Christian University, Gardiner (then Rediger) was named honorable mention All-Lone Star Conference and team offensive playerof-the-year in 1998. She also earned academic all-conference honors while at ACU. Doane will be Gardiner’s first coaching stop. Gardiner works as a youth specialist at Cedars Youth Services. She resides in Milford with her husband, Lawrence, and their three children, Josiah, Jabin and Justus.

Shaylah is the daughter of Craig & Robin Schadwinkel. She is working towards a degree in education.


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Terra andreasen Senior

5-10

Bellevue, Neb.

Bellevue East H.S.

2010 • Second Team All-GPAC • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Fourth in kills (311) • Season-high 18 kills against Dakota Wesleyan • Recorded 14 matches with 10+ kills • Season-high 5 aces against Taylor • Recorded 11 matches with 10+ digs

2008 • Honorable Mention All-GPAC • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Led team with 472 kills and 3.35 kills per game • Third digs with 287 • Season-high 24 kills against Black Hills State • Season-high 20 digs against Dordt

2009 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Fourth in kills (332) • Season-high 16 kills againt LewisClark State • Recorded 15 matches with 10+ kills

Personal • Daughter of Todd & Jody Andreasen • One sister, Jessica, and one brother, Jace • Majoring in biology

‘08 ‘09 ‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

472 332 311 1115

3.35 1373 2.35 1017 2.53 963 2.75 3353

PCT .197 .214 .181 .197

Career Statistics A

SA SE

TA

Digs D/s

BS

BA

TB

B/s

3 3 7 13

8 0 10 18

100 0 129 229

287 108 270 665

11 2 8 21

46 41 39 126

57 43 47 147

0.40 0.30 0.38 0.36

14 0 28 42

2.04 0.77 2.20 1.64


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Lisa Lord Senior

6-0

Indianola, Neb.

2010 • NAIA Scholar-Athlete • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Fourth on team in total blocks (53) • Sixth on team in kills (53) • Season-high seven kills vs. Hastings and Dordt • Season-high six blocks vs. Hastings

2008 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Season-high 11 kills against Hastings in GPAC Tournament • Season-high nine set assists versus Bethel in NAIA National Tournament Opening Round • Season-high five total blocks against Briar Cliff and Bethel

2009 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Fifth on team in total blocks (69) • Sixth on team in kills (152) • Season-high nine kills vs. Westmont • Season-high four blocks vs. Morningside

‘08 ‘09 ‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

95 152 53 300

0.93 1.08 0.51 0.87

283 439 190 912

.194 .187 .147 .181

Southwest H.S.

Personal • Daughter of Tim & Kathy Lord • One sister, Kimberly, and one brother, Michael • Majoring in pychology and sociology

Career Statistics A

40 34 32 106

SA SE 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

TA

Digs D/s

BS

BA

TB

B/s

0 0 0 0

20 0.20 59 0.42 29 0.28 108 0.31

5 5 7 17

43 64 46 153

48 69 53 170

0.47 0.49 0.51 0.49


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Kellie Peterson Senior

5-11

Ord, Neb.

Ord H.S.

2010 • NAIA Champion of Character • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Season-high 10 kills at Briar Cliff • Season-high four blocks against Olivet Nazarene & Briar Cliff

2008 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Season-high 13 kills against Mount Marty • Season-high six total blocks against Nebraska Wesleyan, Briar Cliff and Bethel

2009 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Second on team in blocks (103) • Fifth in kills (224) • Fifth in ace serves (25) • Season-high 10 kills vs. Ozarks, Oklahoma Baptist, Dakota Wesleyan and Lewis-Clark State • Season-high seven blocks at Bellevue

‘08 ‘09 ‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

201 224 47 472

1.44 1.59 0.39 1.17

534 623 164 1321

.238 .246 .189 .235

Personal • Daughter of Dale & Jeanne Peterson • Four sisters: Shannon, Jessie, Heidi and Alisha • Majoring in exercise science and minoring in biology

Career Statistics A

SA SE

19 8 19 46

24 25 15 64

TA

18 239 30 390 28 416 76 1045

Digs D/s

BS

BA

TB

B/s

76 125 72 273

11 15 1 27

64 88 25 177

75 103 26 204

0.54 0.73 0.21 0.51

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desiree erikson Junior

5-9

Comstock, Neb.

2010 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Second on team in aces (25) • Fourth on team in digs (267) • Recorded four aces at Midland • Recorded 11 matches with 10+ digs • Notched 17 digs vs. Ozarks & Northwestern

‘09 ‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

0 2 2

0.00 0.02 0.02

0 8 8

.000 .125 .125

Ord H.S. 2009 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Recorded three set assists vs. Mount Marty • Recorded two digs vs. The Master’s Personal • Daughter of Perry Erikson & Carol Erikson • One sister, Nicole • Majoring in biology & chemistry

Career Statistics A

SA SE

TA

Digs D/s

BS

BA

TB

B/s

3 3 6

0 25 25

13 381 394

4 0.44 267 2.57 271 2.40

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00

1 28 28


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Susan Rollman Junior

6-1

Humphrey, Neb.

2010 • NAIA Second Team All-American • First Team All-GPAC • All-Nebraska honorary captain • Letter winner • Led team in attack pct (.366) • Led team in blocks (114) • Second on team in kills (386) • Notched 24 matches with 10+ kills • Recorded 18 kills against Oklahoma Baptist, Ozarks, Briar Cliff & Morningside • Posted eight blocks vs. Mt. Marty

St. Francis H.S.

2009 • NAIA honorable mention AllAmerican • First Team All-GPAC • Letter winner • Led team in blocks (181) • Third in kills (336) • Season-high 21 kills vs. Hastings • Recorded 14 matches with 10+ kills • Season-high nine blocks vs. Biola, Dordt and Morningside (2x) • Recorded 20 matches with 5+ blocks Personal • Daughter of Tim and Margery Rollman • Two sisters, Linda & Amy and two brothers, Eric & Paul • Majoring in biology

‘09 ‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

336 386 722

2.38 3.14 2.73

781 837 1618

.314 .366 .341

Career Statistics A

SA SE

TA

3 3 6

14 0 14

182 0 182

29 0 29

Digs D/s 71 27 98

0.50 0.22 0.37

BS

BA

TB

B/s

23 22 45

158 92 250

181 114 295

1.28 0.93 1.12


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Ashley Axmann Sophomore 5-8

• •

2010 • NAIA honorable mention AllAmerican • First Team All-GPAC • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner

‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

432

3.51

1087

.252

Pleasanton, Neb. Pleasanton H.S.

Led team in kills (432) Recorded 27 matches with 10+ kills

Personal • Daughter of Kraig & Karen Axmann • Two brothers, Jordan & Brendan • Majoring in elementary education

Career Statistics A

SA SE

TA

Digs D/s

3

13

156

118 0.96

24

BS

BA

TB

B/s

5

50

55

0.45

Brooke Burianek Sophomore 6-0

2010 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Recorded three blocks vs. College of St. Mary

‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

0

0.00

5

-.400

Arlington, Neb. Arlington H.S.

Personal • Daughter of Jeff Burianek & Jill Reel • One brother, Nick • Majoring in biology

Career Statistics A 0

SA SE 0

0

TA 0

Digs D/s 0

0

BS

BA

TB

B/s

2

1

3

0.60


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Alyssa Hangman Sophomore 5-9

Omaha, Neb. Omaha Central H.S.

2010 • Played on the junior varsity squad

Personal • Daughter of Robert & Mari Hangman • One sister, Mallari, & two brothers, Dan & Zach • Majoring in biology

Karmen Lawver Sophomore 6-0

Dorchester, Neb. Dorchester H.S.

2010 • Played on the junior varsity squad

Personal • Daughter of Dale & Noelle Lawver and Tim & LeAnna Hessheimer • Four sisters, Katlin, Maggie, Shelby & Malorie • Majoring in physical education (middle school)


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Emily Max Sophomore 6-0

2010 • Second Team All-GPAC • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Second on team in blocks (100) • Third on team in kills (338) • Notched 17 matches with 10+ kills

‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

338

2.91

751

.332

Gothenburg, Neb. Gothenburg H.S.

Posted 25 kills at Morningside

Personal • Daughter of Doug & Crys Max • One sister, Amanda, & one brother, Shane • Majoring in sociology

Career Statistics A 3

SA SE 0

3

TA 5

Digs D/s 38

0.33

BS

BA

TB

B/s

8

92

100

0.86

Michaela Stuhr Sophomore 5-11

York, Neb. York H.S.

2010 • GPAC Scholar-Athlete • Letter winner • Recorded four kills and three digs against College of the Ozarks

‘10

Kills

K/s

TA

PCT

9

0.45

27

.185

Personal • Daughter of Kevin & Deb Stuhr • One sister, Danae • Majoring in secondary math education

Career Statistics A 3

SA SE 0

0

TA 0

Digs D/s 5

0.25

BS

BA

TB

B/s

0

0

0

0.00


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Lacey Woitaszewski Sophomore 5-4

Wood River, Neb. Wood River H.S.

2010 • Played on the junior varsity squad

Personal • Daughter of Larry & Anne Woitaszewski • One sister, Lily, and one brother, Lance • Majoring in special education


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Allycia Myers Junior

2010 • Attended the University of Nebraska-Kearney and participated in track

5-11

Merna, Neb. Anselmo-Merna H.S.

Personal • Daughter of Walt & Rhonda Myers • One sister, Tamara, and two brothers, Blain & Luke • Majoring in biology

2009 • Attended Dana College and participated in volleyball & track

Chelsea Beach Freshman

Prior to Doane • First Team All-State • First Team All-Conference • Letter winner (3x)

5-5

Lincoln, Neb. Malcolm H.S.

Personal • Daughter of David & Tonya Beach • One sister, Mckenzie, & one brother, Maclain • Majoring in pre-engineering


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Karissa Blank Freshman

5-5

Madison, Neb. Lutheran High Northeast

Prior to Doane • NSAA volleyball state qualifier (2x) and one state championship (C2) • Honorable mention All-State (2x) • LHNE Female Athlete-of-the-Year (3x) • Northeast Nebraska All-Star game participant • Academic All-State • National Honors Society

Personal • Daughter of Darwin & Karen Blank • One brother, Eric • Majoring in general studies

Cassandra Choquette Freshman

5-10

Minden, Neb. Minden H.S.

Prior to Doane • Honorable mention All-Region (Kearney Hub) • First Team All-Southwest Conference • Academic All-State

Personal • Daughter of Kerwin & Stacy Choquette • Two brothers, Collin & Jacob • Majoring in pre-physical therapy


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Lindsay Coffin Freshman

Prior to Doane • Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star game participant • First Team All-State (2010) • Second Team All-State (2009) • All-Conference selection (4x) • Academic All-State • National Honor Society • Salutatorian

5-3

Shelby, Neb. Shelby H.S.

Personal • Daughter of Bill & Tami Coffin • Two brothers, Parker & Austin • Majoring in human sciences (occupational therapy)

Julie Els Freshman

Prior to Doane • State Champions (2008) • State Runner-up (2007) • Regional finalist (2009) • Regional semi-finalist (2010) • District & Conferernce Player-of-the-Year (2010) • All-District & Conference (2009) • Magna Cum Laude • National Honor Society

5-7

Athens, Ohio Alexander H.S.

Personal • Daughter of Ross & Jane Els • One sister, Taylor, and one brother, Bo • Majoring in biology


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Lauren Rohe Freshman

5-11

Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln East H.S.

Prior to Doane • Team Captain • Letter winner • Qualified for district finals (2010)

Personal • Daughter of Amy Rohe • One sister, Taylor • Majoring in business administration

Kelsey Schilf Freshman

5-8

Deshler, Neb. Deshler H.S.

Prior to Doane • DHS Offensive Player-of-the-Year (2010) • Letter winner • National Honor Society

Personal • Daughter of James Schilf & Kim Ruhnke • Two sisters, Courtney & Allie and one brother, Holden • Majoring in athletic training


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Brandie Sykes Freshman

Prior to Doane • Southeast Nebraska All-Star game participant • First Team All-State • First Team All-Sunland Area • First Team All-Crossroads Conference • MUDECAS All-Tournament team • Academic All-State • National Honor Society

5-5

Tobias, Neb. Meridian H.S.

Personal • Daughter of Jody & Scott Elkins and Robert Sykes • Two sisters, Bobbi Jo & Brittany • Majoring in biology

Tessa Tierney Freshman

Prior to Doane • Letter winner • U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award • Academic All-Conference • National Honor Society

5-7

Black Hawk, S.D. Sturgis Brown H.S.

Personal • Daughter of Dale & Judi Pepper • One brother, Drew, and two sisters, Tylea and Maleah • Majoring in biology or biochemistry


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Alex WinterS Freshman

5-5

Elizabeth, Colo. Lutheran High Parker

Prior to Doane • Second Team All-State (2010) • All-Conference (4x) • Academic All-State

Personal • Daughter of Lon & Jane Winters • Undeclared major

Audrey Wondercheck Freshman

5-10

Newman Grove, Neb. Newman Grove H.S.

Prior to Doane • Columbus Telegram All-Star game participant • Honorable Mention All-State • Academic All-State

Personal • Daughter of Zane & Teresa Wondercheck • One sister, Lila, and one brother, Nolan • Majoring in biology


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2010 Season in Review •

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Finished 27-8 overall (14-2 GPAC), and advanced to the NAIA National Tournament Qualified for nationals for the third straight year Hosted an Opening Round match for the third straight year

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Team ranked 7th in the NAIA in kills per game (13.5) Team ranked 18th in the NAIA in assists per game (12.0) Team ranked 20th in the NAIA in attack percentage (.260) Team ranked 37th in the NAIA in digs per game (16.8)

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Team led GPAC in attack percentage (.260) Team led GPAC in kills (13.5) Team led GPAC in assists (12.0) Team ranked 3rd in the GPAC in blocks (2.1) Team ranked 6th in the GPAC in aces (1.3) Team ranked 7th in the GPAC in digs (16.8)

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Susan Rollman named Second Team All-American Ashley Axmann named honorable mention All-American Rollman named honorary captain of the Omaha World Herald NAIA All-Nebraska Team Rollman, Axmann & Heather Davison named First Team All-GPAC Emily Max & Terra Andreasen named Second Team All-GPAC Nicole Skolnick named honorable mention AllGPAC Davison ranked 14th in the NAIA in assists (10.7) Rollman ranked 19th in the NAIA in attack percentage (.366) Max ranked 39th in the NAIA in attack percentage (.332) Rollman ranked 2nd in the GPAC in attack percentage Davison ranked 2nd in the GPAC in assists (10.7) Axmann ranked 3rd in the GPAC in kills (3.51) Max ranked 4th in the GPAC in attack percentage Davison ranked 4th in the GPAC in aces (0.35) Rollman ranked 5th in the GPAC in kills (3.14) Max ranked 8th in the GPAC in kills (2.91) Skolnick ranked 10th in the GPAC in digs (3.63) Andreasen ranked 14th in the GPAC in kills (2.53) Axmann ranked 17th in the GPAC in attack percentage (.252) Davison ranked 17th in the GPAC in digs (2.91) Desiree Erikson ranked 25th in the GPAC in digs (2.57)


Media & Recruit Guide 25 The Tiger volleyball team put together another successful season under head coach Cindy Meyer. Doane qualified for the NAIA National Tournament for the third straight year and finished the season with a 27-8 record. They also earned runner-up honors in the GPAC for the second straight year after posting a 14-2 conference record. The season opened with a 2-2 record at the Red Raider Classic. Doane followed with a 4-0 mark at the Bellevue Classic with a win over #12 Olivet Nazarene University. Doane opened GPAC play with a straight-set victory over Hastings College before traveling to the Hastings Classic where they went 3-1. Coach Meyer reached the 600 win plateau in a victory at home over Morningside College. She became only the third coach in the state of Nebraska to reach 600 collegiate coaching victories. Doane went into the GPAC Tournament as the No. 2 seed and defeated Morningside in the first round. In the semifinals, they avenged a five-set loss to Dordt with a sweep over the 15th-ranked Defenders. Northwestern claimed the GPAC crown in the finals. In the NAIA Opening Round, Doane defeated Trinity Christian College in straight sets and advanced to Sioux City where they went 1-2 and ended the season with a sweep of St. Ambrose. Along with team success came individual honors for Doane. Susan Rollman was named Second Team NAIA All-American, First Team All-GPAC and the honorary captain of the Omaha World Herald NAIA team. Ashley Axmann earned First Team All-GPAC and NAIA honorable mention All-American honors. Heather Davison was named First Team All-GPAC and finished her career in the Top 5 in set assists at Doane. Axmann and Davison were also named AllNebraska by the Omaha World Herald. Terra Andreasen and Emily Max were named Second Team All-GPAC while Nicole Skolnick earned honorable mention All-GPAC at her libero position. All three earned honorable mention All-Nebraska by the Omaha World Herald.

Date Aug 27 Aug 27 Aug 28 Aug 28 Sep 3 Sep 3 Sep 4 Sep 4 Sep 8 Sep 10 Sep 10 Sep 11 Sep 11 Sep 15 Sep 18 Sep 22 Sep 28 Oct 2 Oct 5 Oct 8 Oct 9 Oct 13 Oct 16 Oct 20 Oct 23 Oct 27 Oct 30 Nov 3 Nov 9 Nov 11 Nov 13 Nov 20 Nov 30 Dec 1 Dec 2

Opponent vs Jamestown College W vs #4 Lee University L vs #10 Taylor University L vs MidAmerican Nazarene Univ. W vs #12 Olivet Nazarene Univ. W vs Tabor College W vs Baker University W vs Benedictine College W Hastings College* W vs #22 Oklahoma Baptist Univ. L vs College of the Ozarks W vs College of St. Mary W vs Bethany College W at Morningside College* W at #5 Northwestern College* L #21 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ.* W at Concordia University* W Mount Marty College* W at Midland University* W at Briar Cliff University* W at Univ. of Sioux Falls* W at Hastings College* W Dakota Wesleyan University* W Morningside College* W Midland University* W at #19 Nebraska Wesleyan* W #18 Dordt College* L Concordia University* W Morningside College W #15 Dordt College W at #4 Northwestern College L Trinity Christian College W #11 Concordia University (CA) L #2 Univ. of Texas-Brownsville L St. Ambrose University W

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral:

W-L 27-8 14-2 10-1 7-2 10-5

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


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2010 SEASON STATISTICS Attack ## Player 1 Heather Davison 2 Nikki Degenhardt 3 Jordynn Weidner 4 Desiree Erikson 5 Ali Janky 6 Terra Andreasen 7 Susan Rollman 8 Kellie Peterson 9 Cassie Reicks 10 Amy Kreikemeier 11 Nicole Skolnick 12 Ashley Axmann 13 Kelsi Wichmann 14 Lisa Lord 15 Emily Max 16 Morgan Griffith 18 Michaela Stuhr 22 Brooke Burianek DOANE COLLEGE Opponents

sp 123 106 7 104 28 123 123 122 108 115 123 123 22 103 116 9 20 5 123 123

k 68 2 0 2 0 311 386 47 2 0 6 432 1 53 338 0 9 0 1657 1371

## Player 1 Heather Davison 2 Nikki Degenhardt 3 Jordynn Weidner 4 Desiree Erikson 5 Ali Janky 6 Terra Andreasen 7 Susan Rollman 8 Kellie Peterson 9 Cassie Reicks 10 Amy Kreikemeier 11 Nicole Skolnick 12 Ashley Axmann 13 Kelsi Wichmann 14 Lisa Lord 15 Emily Max 16 Morgan Griffith 18 Michaela Stuhr 22 Brooke Burianek TEAM DOANE COLLEGE Opponents

sp 123 106 7 104 28 123 123 122 108 115 123 123 22 103 116 9 20 5 123 123

re 0 21 0 22 0 23 0 0 0 0 14 7 5 1 3 0 0 0 28 124 168

k/s 0.55 0.02 0.00 0.02 0.00 2.53 3.14 0.39 0.02 0.00 0.05 3.51 0.05 0.51 2.91 0.00 0.45 0.00 13.4 11.1

e 15 1 2 1 0 137 80 16 0 0 9 158 1 25 89 0 4 2 540 619

Set

Serve

ta pct a a/s ta pct sa sa/s 178 .298 1311 10.6 3068 .427 43 0.35 10 .100 15 0.14 97 .155 6 0.06 5 -.400 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0.00 8 .125 3 0.03 41 .073 25 0.24 0 .000 0 0.00 1 .000 5 0.18 963 .181 7 0.06 86 .081 10 0.08 837 .366 3 0.02 18 .167 0 0.00 164 .189 19 0.16 71 .268 15 0.12 5 .400 59 0.55 155 .381 9 0.08 4 .000 0 0.00 6 .000 20 0.17 61 -.049 11 0.09 89 .124 17 0.14 1087 .252 3 0.02 31 .097 13 0.11 3 .000 1 0.05 4 .250 0 0.00 190 .147 32 0.31 135 .237 0 0.00 751 .332 3 0.03 28 .107 0 0.00 0 .000 1 0.11 1 1.000 0 0.00 27 .185 3 0.15 11 .273 0 0.00 5 -.400 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0.00 4298 .260 1471 11.9 3842 .383 163 1.33 4120 .183 1261 10.2 2369 .532 124 1.01

Recept Dig ta pct dig dig/s 3 1.000 358 2.91 180 .883 243 2.29 0 .000 1 0.14 263 .916 267 2.57 5 1.000 10 0.36 643 .964 270 2.20 11 1.000 27 0.22 2 1.000 72 0.59 1 1.000 102 0.94 3 1.000 45 0.39 578 .976 446 3.63 289 .976 118 0.96 71 .930 27 1.23 7 .857 29 0.28 34 .912 38 0.33 4 1.000 2 0.22 0 .000 5 0.25 0 .000 0 0.00 2130 .942 2060 16.75 2099 .920 1825 14.84

Blocking bs ba total 6 39 45 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 39 47 22 92 114 1 25 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 50 55 0 0 0 7 46 53 8 92 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 59 386 252.0 45 403 246.5

blk/s 0.37 0.00 0.29 0.00 0.00 0.38 0.93 0.21 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.45 0.00 0.51 0.86 0.00 0.00 0.60 2.05 2.00

se 45 14 0 28 3 28 0 28 19 23 13 24 2 0 3 1 0 0 231 207

ta 576 112 0 381 76 129 0 416 207 382 361 156 3 0 5 1 0 0 2805 1862

pct .922 .875 .000 .927 .961 .783 .000 .933 .908 .940 .964 .846 .333 .000 .400 .000 .000 .000 .918 .889


Media & Recruit Guide 27 Welcome From the GPAC Commissioner... Welcome to the GPAC website! The membership of the Great Plains Athletic Conference welcomes you to our on-line home. We hope that you find all the infomation you need about the GPAC on this site, but if you have additional quesitons please contact me at corey.westra@gpacsports.com. The GPAC is extremely proud of our athletic accomplishments, but we are also pleased to announce that in 2010-2011 our league totaled 528 NAIA Scholar-Athletes! Our student athletes work very hard to balance academics with athletics and this is a testament to the administrators, faculty, and coaches in the league. 2011-12 marks our 12th year as the Great Plains Athletic Conference, with the league founded originally as the Nebraska-Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (NIAC) in 1969. Thank you again for taking the time to visit our website and supporting the more than 4,000 student-athletes in the GPAC! The History of the Great Plains Athletic Conference... The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) is an affiliated conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), consisting of 11 private, faith-based colleges and universities in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. Originally founded in 1969 as the Nebraska Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (NIAC), the league retains five of the six charter members - Concordia, Doane, Hastings, Midland and Nebraska Wesleyan. In 1992, the NIAC added Northwestern and became the Nebraska-Iowa Athletic Conference. Eight years later, Dakota Wesleyan, Dordt, Mount Marty and Sioux Falls joined the conference which became the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) in 2000-2001. Briar Cliff entered the league in 2002-2003 and Morningside became the 13th member starting with the 2003-2004 school year. Both schools are in Sioux City, Iowa. In the summer of 2010 Dana College ceased operations and in 2011 The University of Sioux Falls left the GPAC to join NCAA Division II and the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. The GPAC sponsors 19 intercollegiate sports - nine for women and ten for men - and awards an All-Sports Trophy based on the final league standings and conference meet results at the end of each school year. Wrestling has added as a sanctioned GPAC sport for 2006-2007. The GPAC is the only NAIA conference in the country to sponsor wrestling. Beginning with the 2005-2006 school year, the GPAC started awarding the Christopherson All-Academic Award. The award is a traveling trophy to be presented annually to the GPAC institution with the best academic performance by its studentathletes in all sports. The award is named in honor of Dr. Myrvin Christopherson, who recently retired as President of Dana College. Christopherson had served as the first chair of the GPAC Council of Presidents. The GPAC has 19 NAIA National Champions... In 2000-2001 the Northwestern women and men won NAIA Division II National Basketball Championships, while the Doane women shared the outdoor NAIA Track and Field title. 2001-2002 brought two NAIA titles to our league. The Hastings women won the NAIA Division II National Basketball title, while Doane’s women won the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championship outright. In 2002-2003 the GPAC won two more National Championships with the Hastings women repeating as NAIA Division II National Basketball Champions (defeating GPAC foe Dakota Wesleyan in the title game), and the Northwestern men winning the NAIA Division II crown for the second time in three years. The Morningside women’s basketball teams won the 2004 and 2005 titles in front of the hometown Sioux City fans at the Tyson Events Center. In 2006 the Hastings women’s basketball team won their third basketball title in five years. The GPAC won six straight NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championships from 2001 to 2006. Also, in 2006 Dana College claimed the NAIA National Wrestling Championship, while the Nebraska Wesleyan’s men’s golf team won the NCAA III National Title. In the fall of 2006 when Sioux Falls won the Football National Championship in Savannah, Tennessee. The Northwestern women’s basketball team capped a 35-2 season in winning the 2008 NAIA Division II National Championship. The University of Sioux Falls won their second NAIA Football Title in three years by claiming the 2008 National Championship in Rome, Georgia, on December 20. In March of 2009 the Morningside Women’s Basketball team capped a perfect 38-0 season by claiming the NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship (defeating GPAC foe Hastings in the title game). On December 19, 2009, the Sioux Falls Football Team Claimed Back-to-Back National Titles and won their fourth overall National Title while capping a 15-0 season in Rome, Georgia. In March of 2010 Northwestern’s women’s basketball team won the NAIA Division II National Championship. In the fall of 2010 the Hastings Men’s Soccer Team capped a perfect 25-0 season by claiming the NAIA National Title. The Hastings Women’s Soccer team were NAIA National Runner-Ups in the fall of 2010. Northwestern repeated as NAIA women’s basketball champions in 2010-11 marking the eleventh champion from the GPAC in NAIA Division II basketball in the last 12 years.


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Briar Cliff University Chargers 3303 Rebecca Street, Sioux City, IA 51104 Founded: 1930 Enrollment: 1100 Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Athletic Director: Steve Gast Phone: 712-279-1707 Sports Information: Jared Bodammer Phone: 712-279-1653 Volleyball Coach: Jill Muhe

Midland University Warriors 900 N Clarkson, Fremont, NE 68025 Founded: 1883 Enrollment: 910 Colors: Black and Orange Athletic Director: Jason Dannelly Phone: 402-941-6360 Sports Information: Rich Ray Phone: 402-941-6074 Volleyball Coach: Paul Giesselmann

Concordia University Bulldogs 800 North Columbia, Seward, NE 68434 Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 1717 Colors: Navy and White Athletic Director: Devin Smith Phone: 402-643-7366 Sports Information: Scott Retzlaff Phone: 402-643-7392 Volleyball Coach: Rachel Miller

Morningside College Mustangs 1501 Morningside Ave., Sioux City, IA 51106 Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 1200 Colors: Maroon and White Athletic Director: Jerry Schmutte Phone: 712-274-5313 Sports Information: Dave Rebstock Phone: 712-274-5127 Volleyball Coach: Sara Horn

Dakota Wesleyan University Tigers 1200 West University, Mitchell, SD 57301 Founded: 1885 Enrollment: 750 Colors: Royal Blue and White Athletic Director: Curt Hart Phone: 605-995-2898 Sports Information: Leah Rado Phone: 605-995-2854 Volleyball Coach: Eric Viney

Mount Marty College Lancers 1105 West 8th Street, Yankton, SD 57078 Founded: 1936 Enrollment: 1100 Colors: Navy Blue and Gold Athletic Director: Chuck Iverson Phone: 605-668-1529 Sports Information: Andy Bernatow Phone: 605-668-1601 Volleyball Coach: Candice Climer

Dordt College Defenders 498 4th Avenue NE, Sioux Center, IA 51250 Founded: 1955 Enrollment: 1350 Colors: Black, White and Gold Athletic Director: Glenn Bouma Phone: 712-722-6305 Sports Information: Mike Byker Phone: 712-722-6301 Volleyball Coach: Chad Hanson

Nebraska Wesleyan University Prairie Wolves 5000 Saint Paul Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504 Founded: 1887 Enrollment: 1600 Colors: Gold, Brown and Black Athletic Director: Ira Zeff Phone: 402-465-2360 Sports Information: Alex Linden Phone: 402-465-2151 Volleyball Coach: Gina Chambers

Hastings College Broncos 800 North Turner, Hastings, NE 68901 Founded: 1882 Enrollment: 1200 Colors: Crimson, Black and White Athletic Director: Ian Roberts Phone: 402-461-7331 Sports Information: Dave Kimura Phone: 402-461-7309 Volleyball Coach: Lyndi Rouzee & Abbie Welliver

Northwestern College Red Raiders 101 7th Street SW, Orange City, IA 51041 Founded: 1882 Enrollment: 1250 Colors: Red and White Athletic Director: Barry Brandt Phone: 712-707-7284 Sports Information: Matt Bos Phone: 712-707-7289 Volleyball Coach: Kyle Van Den Bosch

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2010 GPAC STANDINGS & HONORS MATCH WON-LOST PCT Team Northwestern Doane Dordt Nebraska Wesleyan Hastings Briar Cliff Sioux Falls Morningside Dakota Wesleyan Midland Concordia Mount Marty

First Team All-GPAC OH Ashley Axmann S Kaitlin Beaver OH Laura Brammeier S Heather Davison RS Leah Dostal RS Kelsey Elman OH Hillary Hanno L Dorinda Hibma RS/S Amber Nieuwsma MB Kendra Potgeter MB Bobbie Jean Rich MB Susan Rollman MB Shayna Schacher MB Liz Sutherland

GPAC W-L Pct 16-0 1.000 14-2 .875 12-4 .750 12-4 .750 10-6 .625 8-8 .500 8-8 .500 7-9 .438 4-12 .250 4-12 .250 1-15 .062 0-16 .000

FR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SO FR JR

Honorable Mention for Doane Nicole Skolnick (L)

Overall W-L Pct 36-2 .947 27-8 .771 32-8 .800 23-6 .793 21-14 .600 20-17 .541 21-19 .525 17-16 .515 10-24 .294 13-19 .406 11-21 .344 4-22 .154

Doane Northwestern Neb Wesleyan Doane Hastings Neb Wesleyan Northwestern Dordt Sioux Falls Dordt Northwestern Doane Hastings Morningside

GPAC Player-of-the-Week Player/Setter/Libero Wk 1 Kendra Potgeter Dordt Monica Iverson Morningside Dorinda Hibma Dordt Wk 2 Liz Sutherland Morningside Heather Davison Doane Darcy Christensen Morningside Wk 3 Kaprice Glover Sioux Falls Kaitlin Beaver Northwestern Dorinda Hibma Dordt Wk 4 Leah Dostal Hastings Kaitlin Beaver Northwestern Dorinda Hibma Dordt Wk 5 Ashley Axmann Doane Heather Davison Doane Liz Hervert Hastings Wk 6 Laura Brammeier Nebraska Wesleyan Heather Davison Doane Dorinda Hibma Dordt Wk 7 Terra Andreasen Doane Heather Davison Doane Nicole Skolnick Doane Wk 8 Hillary Hanno Northwestern Kaitlin Beaver Northwestern Rachel Heeney Sioux Falls Wk 9 Hillary Hanno Northwestern Monica Iverson Morningside Dorinda Hibma Dordt

Second Team All-GPAC S Caitlin Anderson OH Terra Andreasen OH Katie Dettmer RS Erin Downing S Erin Frank RS Danae Geels OH Kaprice Glover L Rachel Heeney OH Nicole Hoogeveen OH Rylee Hulstein RS Jennie Jansen MB Emily Max OH Kendra Schwein MB Chelsea Vaudt

FR JR SO SR FR SO SO SR SR JR SO FR SO SR

Neb Wesleyan Doane Midland Morningside Briar Cliff Dordt Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Briar Cliff Northwestern Northwestern Doane Hastings Concordia


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2010 GPAC STATISTICS KILLS PER GAME Team Doane Northwestern Briar Cliff Morningside Nebraska Wesleyan Dordt Hastings Sioux Falls Concordia Midland

Sets 123 141 109 107 105 153 130 143 114 117

Kills 1657 1837 1401 1351 1307 1875 1563 1680 1256 1260

P/Gm 13.47 13.03 12.85 12.63 12.45 12.25 12.02 11.75 11.02 10.77

HITTING PERCENTAGE Team Doane Northwestern Morningside Dordt Nebraska Wesleyan Sioux Falls Hastings Midland Briar Cliff Mount Marty

Sets 123 141 107 153 105 143 130 117 109 86

Kills 1657 1837 1351 1875 1307 1680 1563 1260 1401 744

Pct .260 .257 .233 .232 .197 .193 .190 .175 .172 .157

ASSISTS PER GAME Team Doane Northwestern Morningside Briar Cliff Dordt Hastings Nebraska Wesleyan Midland Sioux Falls Concordia

Gm 123 141 107 109 153 130 105 117 143 114

Asst 1471 1648 1234 1241 1730 1462 1150 1168 1401 1058

P/Gm 11.96 11.69 11.53 11.39 11.31 11.25 10.95 9.98 9.80 9.28

Asst 787 507 429 386 218 346 342 285 166 281

P/Gm 2.94 2.36 2.05 2.05 2.01 1.92 1.88 1.81 1.81 1.75

BLOCKS PER GAME Team Dordt Northwestern Sioux Falls Doane Morningside Hastings Midland Nebraska Wesleyan Mount Marty Concordia

Gm 153 141 143 123 107 130 117 105 86 114

Solo 57 79 79 59 106 77 49 48 73 59

KILLS Player, Team Hillary Hanno - NOR Laura Brammeier - NWU Ashley Axmann - DOA Kendra Potgeter - DOR Susan Rollman - DOA Kaeli Austin - MOR Kaprice Glover - USF Emily Max - DOA Liz Sutherland - MOR Kelsey Elman - NWU

Sets 141 104 123 153 123 103 117 116 106 105

Kills 565 374 432 509 386 310 342 338 297 281

P/Gm 4.01 3.60 3.51 3.33 3.14 3.01 2.92 2.91 2.80 2.68

HITTING PERCENTAGE Player, Team Liz Sutherland - MOR Susan Rollman - DOA Kendra Potgeter - DOR Emily Max - DOA Chelsea Vaudt - CNC Halie Wewel - MID Jennie Jansen - NOR Danae Geels - DOR Erin Downing - MOR Hillary Hanno - NOR

Sets 106 123 153 116 114 117 135 153 100 141

Kills 297 386 509 338 292 254 226 385 241 565

Pct .373 .366 .353 .332 .316 .294 .293 .291 .284 .282

ASSISTS Player, Team Monica Iverson - MOR Heather Davison - DOA Kaitlin Beaver - NOR Erin Frank - BCU Caitlin Anderson - NWU Carina Fesenmaier - DWU Lyndi Rouzee - HAS Jessica DeStigter - DOR

Gm 106 123 135 92 98 123 131 152

Asst 1152 1311 1417 778 741 838 707 807

P/Gm 10.87 10.66 10.50 8.46 7.56 6.81 5.40 5.31

DIGS Player, Team Dorinda Hibma - DOR Rachel Heeney - USF Erika Goldsmith - NWU Liz Krog - BCU Liz Hervert - HAS Kayla Ranek - MMC Darcy Christensen - MOR Brooke Warne - DWU Rylee Hulstein - NOR Nicole Skolnick - DOA

Gm 154 136 105 93 129 86 99 116 141 123

Digs 1003 856 562 476 608 401 457 460 515 446

P/Gm 6.51 6.29 5.35 5.12 4.71 4.66 4.62 3.97 3.65 3.63


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Doane Volleyball 2011 Daemen College Aug 18 - Winona Lake, IN

2011 Opponent Information

Team Information Location Amherst, N.Y. Enrollment 2,000 Nickname Wildcats Colors Royal Blue/White Home Court Lumsden Gymnasium President Dr. Edwin Clausen Athletic Director William Morris 2010 Overall Record 14-18 2010 Conference Record 5-5 2010 Conference Finish 6th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Mark Parisi Alma Mater/Year Buffalo/1980 Record at School 73-116 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 716-839-8346 Volleyball SID Mike Miranto SID Office Phone 716-839-8385 E-mail mmiranto@daemen.edu Internet daemen.edu/athletics Starters Returning/Lost 5/1

Bethel College (IN)

Shawnee State University

Aug 18 - Winona Lake, IN

Aug 19 - Winona Lake, IN

Team Information Location Mishawaka, Ind. Enrollment 2,000 Nickname Pilots Colors Royal Blue/White Home Court Goodman Gymnasium President Dr. Steve Cramer Athletic Director Jody Martinez 2010 Overall Record 21-20 2010 Conference Record 5-11 2010 Conference Finish 7th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Julia Reininga Alma Mater/Year Bethel/1997 Record at School 269-150 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 574-257-2573 Volleyball SID Jeff Welsh SID Office Phone 574-807-7031 E-mail welshj@bethelcollege.edu Internet bethelcollegepilots.com Starters Returning/Lost 7/2

Team Information Location Portsmouth, Ohio Enrollment 4,500 Nickname Bears Colors Navy/Grey Home Court James A. Rhodes Center President Dr. Rita Rice Morris Athletic Director Jeff Hamilton 2010 Overall Record 35-12 2010 Conference Record 12-1 2010 Conference Finish 1st 2010 NAIA Tournament Pool Play (0-3) Head Coach Susan Shelton Alma Mater/Year Shepard/1991 Record at School 0-0 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 740-351-3633 Volleyball SID Kara Bobo SID Office Phone 740-351-3393 E-mail kbobo@shawnee.edu Internet ssubears.com Starters Returning/Lost 2/5


Media & Recruit Guide 33 Baker University Aug 26 - Orange City, IA Team Information Location Enrollment Nickname Colors

Jamestown College Aug 26 - Orange City, IA

President Dr. Patricia Long Athletic Director Theresa Yetmar 2010 Overall Record 23-14 2010 Conference Record 6-4 2010 Conference Finish 4th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Kathy Allen Alma Mater/Year n/a Record at School n/a Career Record 286-164 Volleyball Office Phone 785-594-8455 Volleyball SID Kevin Kunde SID Office Phone 785-594-8495 E-mail kevin.kunde@bakeru.edu Internet bakeru.edu/athletics2 Starters Returning/Lost n/a

Team Information Location Jamestown, N.D. Enrollment 1,025 Nickname Jimmies Colors Orange/Black Home Court Hansen Center President Dr. Robert Badal Athletic Director Lawrie Paulson 2010 Overall Record 20-13 2010 Conference Record 13-1 2010 Conference Finish 1st 2010 NAIA Tournament Opening Round (L) Head Coach Jon Hegerle Alma Mater St. Olaf University Record at School 43-21 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 701-252-3467 Volleyball SID Andrew Gideon SID Office Phone 701-252-3467 (x5222) E-mail agideon@jc.edu Internet jimmieathletics.com Starters Returning/Lost 4/4

Home Court

Baldwin City, Kan. 950 Wildcats Orange /Blue

George F Collins Sports Center

Taylor University

Valley City State University

Aug 27 - Orange City, IA

Aug 27 - Orange City, IA

Team Information Location Upland, Ind. Enrollment 1,975 Nickname Trojans Colors Purple/Gold Home Court Odle Arena President Dr. Eugene Habecker Athletic Director Dr. Angie Fincannon 2010 Overall Record 35-8 2010 Conference Record 16-0 2010 Conference Finish 1st 2010 NAIA Tournament Pool Play (1-2) Head Coach Brittany Smith Alma Mater/Year Taylor/2000 Record at School 189-68 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 765-998-4380 Volleyball SID Eric Smith SID Office Phone 765-998-4569 E-mail ersmith@taylor.edu Internet athletics.taylor.edu Starters Returning/Lost 4/2

Team Information Location Valley City, N.D. Enrollment 1,200 Nickname Vikings Colors Cardinal/Blue Home Court Graichen Gymnasium President Dr. Steven Shirley Athletic Director Jack Denholm 2010 Overall Record 10-22 2010 Conference Record 5-9 2010 Conference Finish 5th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Susan Kolbow Alma Mater/Year

Minn. State-Morehead/2002

Record at School 10-22 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 701-845-7166 Volleyball SID Susan Kolbow SID Office Phone 701-845-7166 E-mail susan.kolbow@vcsu.edu Internet vikings.vcsu.edu Starters Returning/Lost 5/3


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Lubbock Christian University

Benedictine College

Sep 2 - Bellevue, NE

Sep 2 - Bellevue, NE

Team Information Location Lubbock, Texas Enrollment 2,000 Nickname Lady Chaps Colors Blue/White Home Court Rip Griffin Center President Dr. L. Ken Jones Athletic Director Paul Hise 2010 Overall Record 25-8 2010 Conference Record 11-3 2010 Conference Finish 2nd 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Jennifer Lawrence Alma Mater/Year Lubbock Christian/1995 Record at School 186-72 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 806-720-7280 Volleyball SID Chris Due SID Office Phone 806-720-7283 E-mail chris.due@lcu.edu Internet lcuchaps.com Starters Returning/Lost 4/3

Team Information Location Atchison, Kan. Enrollment 1,530 Nickname Ravens Colors Black/Red/White Home Court Ralph Nolan Gymnasium President Stephen D. Minnis Athletic Director Charlie Gartenmayer 2010 Overall Record 13-12 2010 Conference Record 6-4 2010 Conference Finish 5th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Mary Lile Alma Mater/Year Missouri-KC/1984 Record at School 91-56 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 913-360-7374 Volleyball SID Josh Pound SID Office Phone 913-360-7634 E-mail jpound@benedictine.edu Internet ravenathletics.com Starters Returning/Lost 3/3

Grand View University

College of St. Mary

SEP 3 - Bellevue, NE

Sep 3 - Bellevue, NE

Team Information Location Enrollment Nickname Colors

Des Moines, Iowa 2,200 Vikings Red/White

Home Court Charles S. Johnson Wellness Center

President Athletic Director 2010 Overall Record 2010 Conference Record 2010 Conference Finish 2010 NAIA Tournament Head Coach Alma Mater/Year

Kent Henning Troy Plummer 33-9 7-1 2nd DNQ Tina Carter

Southern Methodist/1998

Record at School 74-44 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 515-263-2898 Volleyball SID Courtney Boyd SID Office Phone 515-263-6156 E-mail cboyd@grandview.edu Internet gvvikings.com Starters Returning/Lost 4/3

Team Information Location Omaha, Neb. Enrollment 1,000 Nickname Flames Colors Navy/Gold Home Court Lied Fitness Center President Dr. Maryanne Stevens Athletic Director Jim Krueger 2010 Overall Record 19-17 2010 Conference Record 10-6 2010 Conference Finish 4th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Samantha Hammond Alma Mater/Year Nebr-Kearney/2006 Record at School 19-17 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 402-399-6271 Volleyball SID Shad Beam SID Office Phone 402-399-2382 E-mail sbeam@csm.edu Internet csm.edu/Athletics/#_1 Starters Returning/Lost 5/1


Media & Recruit Guide 35 South Dakota Tech Sep 9 - Hastings, NE Team Information Location Rapid City, S.D. Enrollment 2,354 Nickname Hardrockers Colors Blue/Gold Home Court Goodell Gymnasium President Dr. Robert A. Wharton Athletic Director Dr. Richard Kaiser 2010 Overall Record 10-18 2010 Conference Record 3-11 2010 Conference Finish 7th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Tiffany McCampbell Alma Mater Taylor University Record at School 19-37 Career Record 578-602 Volleyball Office Phone 605-394-2643 Volleyball SID Brad Blume SID Office Phone 605-394-2355 E-mail bradley.blume@sdsmt.edu Internet gorockers.com Starters Returning/Lost 5/1

McPherson College Sep 9 - Hastings, NE Team Information Location Enrollment Nickname Colors Home Court

McPherson, Kan. 650 Bulldogs Red/White

McPherson College Sports Center

President Michael Schneider Athletic Director Doug Quint 2010 Overall Record 20-13 2010 Conference Record 11-7 2010 Conference Finish 5th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Susan Barton Alma Mater Hutchinson CC Record at School 34-51 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 620-242-0588 Volleyball SID Alan Grosbach SID Office Phone 620-242-0431 E-mail grosbaca@mcpherson.edu Internet macbulldogs.com Starters Returning/Lost 5/1

College of the Ozarks

Dakota State University

Sep 10 - Hastings, NE

Sep 10 - Hastings, NE

Team Information Location Point Lookout, Mo. Enrollment 1,500 Nickname Bobcats Colors Maroon/White Home Court Al Waller Court President Dr. Jerry Davis Athletic Director Al Waller 2010 Overall Record 29-12 2010 Conference Record 15-1 2010 Conference Finish 1st 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Nealy Thomas Alma Mater/Year Ozarks/2000 Record at School 55-22 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 417-690-2564 Volleyball SID Candace Sullinger SID Office Phone 417-690-2565 E-mail sullinger@cofo.edu Internet cofo.edu/athletics Starters Returning/Lost 4/2

Team Information Location Madison, S.D. Enrollment 3,101 Nickname Trojans Colors Royal Blue/Gold Home Court DSU Field House President Dr. Douglas Knowlton Athletic Director Gene Wockenfuss 2010 Overall Record 11-22 2010 Conference Record 4-10 2010 Conference Finish 6th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Amy Veenhof Alma Mater Si Tanka University Record at School 20-41 Career Record 34-57 Volleyball Office Phone 605-256-5689 Volleyball SID Nick Huntimer SID Office Phone 605-256-5229 E-mail nick.huntimer@dsu.edu Internet dsuathletics.com Starters Returning/Lost 3/5


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Hastings College

Concordia University

Sep 7 - Crete / Oct 12 - Hastings

Sep 14 • Crete / Oct 25 - Seward

Team Information Location Hastings, Neb. Enrollment 1,200 Nickname Broncos Colors Crimson/White Home Court Lynn Farrell Arena President Dennis Trotter Athletic Director Ian Roberts 2010 Overall Record 21-14 2010 Conference Record 10-6 2010 Conference Finish 5th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coaches Lyndi Rouzee/Abbie Welliver Alma Mater/Year Hastings/11, Hastings/08 Record at School 0-0 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 402-461-7335 Volleyball SID Dave Kimura SID Office Phone 402-461-7309 E-mail dkimura@hastings.edu Internet hastings.edu Starters Returning/Lost n/a

Team Information Location Seward, Neb. Enrollment 1,717 Nickname Bulldogs Colors Navy/White Home Court Walz Human Perform. Complex President Brian Friedrich Athletic Director Devin Smith 2010 Overall Record 11-21 2010 Conference Record 1-15 2010 Conference Finish 11th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Rachel Miller Alma Mater/Year Concordia/2003 Record at School 96-104 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 402-643-7325 Volleyball SID Scotty Retzlaff SID Office Phone 402-643-7392 E-mail scott.retzlaff@cune.edu Internet cune.edu/athletics Starters Returning/Lost 4/3

Mount Marty College

Midland University

Sep 17 - Crete / Nov 5 - Yankton

Sep 21 - Fremont / Oct 19 - Crete

Team Information Location Yankton, S.D. Enrollment 1,100 Nickname Lancers Colors Navy/Gold Home Court Laddie E. Cimpl Arena President Dr. Joseph Benoit Athletic Director Chuck Iverson 2010 Overall Record 4-22 2010 Conference Record 0-16 2010 Conference Finish 12th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Candice Climer Alma Mater/Year Mount Marty/2005 Record at School 4-22 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 605-668-1366 Volleyball SID Andy Bernatow SID Office Phone 605-668-1601 E-mail abernatow@mtmc.edu Internet mtmc.edu/athletics Starters Returning/Lost 5/2

Team Information Location Fremont, Neb. Enrollment 910 Nickname Warriors Colors Navy/Orange Home Court Bracker Court President Dr. Ben Sasse Athletic Director Jason Dannelly 2010 Overall Record 13-19 2010 Conference Record 4-12 2010 Conference Finish 10th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Paul Gieselmann Alma Mater/Year Wayne State/1988 Record at School 13-19 Career Record 240-99 Volleyball Office Phone 402-941-6318 Volleyball SID Rich Ray SID Office Phone 402-941-6074 E-mail rayr@midlandu.edu Internet midlandu.edu/sports Starters Returning/Lost 6/0


Media & Recruit Guide 37 Morningside College

Dordt College

Sep 21 - Sioux City / Oct 15 - Crete

Oct 1 - Crete

Team Information Location Sioux City, Iowa Enrollment 1,200 Nickname Mustangs Colors Maroon/White Rosen Verdoorn Sports Center Home Court President John C. Reynders Athletic Director Jerry Schmutte 2010 Overall Record 17-16 2010 Conference Record 7-9 2010 Conference Finish 8th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Sara Horn Alma Mater/Year Nebraska/2004 Record at School 0-0 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 712-274-5317 Volleyball SID Dave Rebstock SID Office Phone 712-274-5127 E-mail rebstock@morningside.edu Internet morningside.edu/mustangs Starters Returning/Lost 4/3

Team Information Location Sioux Center, IA Enrollment 1,350 Nickname Defenders Colors Black/White/Gold Home Court De Witt Gymnasium President Dr. Carl Zylstra Athletic Director Glenn Bouma 2010 Overall Record 32-8 2010 Conference Record 12-4 2010 Conference Finish 3rd 2010 NAIA Tournament Opening Round (L) Head Coach Chad Hanson Alma Mater/Year Washington State/2000 Record at School 0-0 Career Record 4-3 Volleyball Office Phone 712-722-6320 Volleyball SID Mike Byker SID Office Phone 712-722-6301 E-mail mbyker@dordt.edu Internet dordt.edu/athletics Starters Returning/Lost 8/4

Nebraska Wesleyan Univ.

Briar Cliff University

Oct 5 - Crete / Nov 1 - Lincoln

Oct 8 - Sioux City

Team Information Location Lincoln, Neb. Enrollment 1,600 Nickname Prairie Wolves Colors Gold/Brown/Black Home Court Snyder Arena President Dr. Fred Ohles Athletic Director Ira Zeff 2010 Overall Record 23-6 2010 Conference Record 12-4 2010 Conference Finish 3rd 2010 NCAA Tournament First Round (L) Head Coach Gina Chambers Alma Mater Nebraska Wesleyan/1997 Record at School 122-83 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 402-465-2373 Volleyball SID Alex Linden SID Office Phone 402-465-2151 E-mail sid@nebrwesleyan.edu Internet nwusports.com Starters Returning/Lost 3/4

Team Information Location Sioux City, Iowa Enrollment 1,100 Nickname Chargers Colors Royal Blue/Gold Home Court Newman Flanagan Center President Beverly Wharton Athletic Director Steve Gast 2010 Overall Record 20-17 2010 Conference Record 8-8 2010 Conference Finish 6th 2010 NAIA Tournament Pool Play (0-3) Head Coach Jill Muhe’ Alma Mater/Year California-Davis/1998 Record at School 20-17 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 712-279-5262 Volleyball SID Jared Bodammer SID Office Phone 712-279-1653 E-mail bodammerj@briarcliff.edu Internet bcuchargers.com Starters Returning/Lost 3/3


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Northwestern College

Dakota Wesleyan University

Oct 22 - Orange City

Oct 29 - Crete

Team Information Location Orange City, Iowa Enrollment 1,250 Nickname Red Raiders Colors Red/White Home Court Bultman Center President Greg Christy Athletic Director Barry Brandt 2010 Overall Record 36-2 2010 Conference Record 16-0 2010 Conference Finish 1st 2010 NAIA Tournament Pool Play (1-2) Head Coach Kyle Van Den Bosch Alma Mater/Year Dordt/1997 Record at School 190-43 Career Record same Volleyball Office Phone 712-707-7285 Volleyball SID Matt Bos SID Office Phone 712-707-7289 E-mail matt.bos@nwciowa.edu Internet nwcraiders.com Starters Returning/Lost 6/3

Team Information Location Mitchell, S.D. Enrollment 750 Nickname Tigers Colors Blue/White Home Court Christen Family Rec Center President Robert Duffett Athletic Director Curt Hart 2010 Overall Record 10-24 2010 Conference Record 4-12 2010 Conference Finish 9th 2010 NAIA Tournament DNQ Head Coach Eric Viney Alma Mater/Year Defiance/2002 Record at School 36-69 Career Record 54-82 Volleyball Office Phone 605-995-2855 Volleyball SID Leah Rado SID Office Phone 605-995-2854 E-mail lerado@dwu.edu Internet dwu.edu/athletics Starters Returning/Lost 1/5


Register online at PlayNAIA.org. • •

Create an account with a valid email address. Pay the one-time registration fee ($60 domestic students / US$85 international students) or indicate qualification for a fee waiver.

Within the online registration you will create a profile including:

About Me - Includes basic contact information, previous residences during high school and any military service history My Academic Info - Records the student’s high school experience (including home school and GED) and colleges attended for transfers or current NAIA students. My Sports Experience - Collects information on athletic experiences outside of the high school setting. My NAIA Connections is an optional feature that allows a student to create an additional Sport Resume that can be shared with NAIA institutions. Once the online registration is complete, the prospective student submits the profile to the NAIA Eligibility Center for evaluation.

Test scores When a prospective student-athlete takes the ACT or SAT, he/she must specify the code “9876” when registering for the exam in order to have the test scores sent directly to the NAIA Eligibility Center. Please register with the NAIA Eligibility Center before having your test scores sent.

Transcript Upon graduation from high school, transferring from a two- or four-year college, or completing one or more semesters at an NAIA school, prospective student-athlete must ask their high school guidance counselors or college registrars to send official transcripts to the NAIA Eligibility Center. Official transcripts must be: • Stamped with the official school seal and/or signature, and • Sent in an official school envelope that is marked by a school official over the seal, showing that a school official was the last person to handle the document. If you are sending transcripts from several schools, you can place the already sealed official transcripts into one, larger envelope and mail them together. Transcripts received directly from students/parents without the school-sealed envelope are not official and will not be accepted. Please register with the NAIA Eligibility Center and complete your academic information before having transcripts sent. This will allow you to generate your personal transcript cover page you can give to your school to be mailed with your documents. NOTE: Students who finish their junior year with an overall 3.00 GPA on a 4.00 scale, and have at least an 18 ACT or 860 SAT test score, can receive an early eligibility decision. Those students should request their high school send an official transcript at the end of their junior year.


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Doane History


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NAIA All-Americans Lori Stueckrath - Middle Hitter 1987 - Second Team (Jr.) 1988 - First Team (Sr.) A Plainview HS grad, Stueckrath was not only the first Tiger to earn All-American honors but she was a two-time recipient. She holds the most dominant offensive season in school history as she pounded out 646 kills with a .382 attack percentage in 1988. She added 346 digs and 163 blocks. All-time, Stueckrath is first in kills per set (3.66) while sitting second in kills (1,738) and attack percentage (.315). Meri Nienkamp - Middle Hitter 1989 - Second Team (Sr.) Nienkamp balanced three sports at Doane and for her efforts, she received several honors. The Midlands Athleteof-the-Year, Nienkamp recorded 515 kills in 1989. The mark is sixth best for a season on the Doane charts for the Nebraska City native. She recorded 351 digs, 168 total blocks and 44 aces. Nienkamp still holds the school mark for total career blocks with 587 while sitting fifth in kills (1,485) and attack percentage (.293). Dayna Nyland - Setter 1990 - Honorable Mention (So.) 1991 - Second Team (Jr.) 1992 - Third Team (Sr.) The only three-time All-American in Tiger history, Nyland is one of the top setters in school history. She finished her career atop the assists (4,605) and ace serve (200) categories but has since been pushed to No. 2 in each statistic. An Adams H.S. product, Nyland posted three straight years of 1,200 assists or more... 1,221 (1992), 1,318 (1990), & 1,489 (1991). Cindy Peterson - Middle Hitter 1991 - First Team (Sr.) A Lincoln East grad, Peterson posted a team best 468 kills to go with a .327 attack percentage in 1991. Her attack percentage for the year ranks eighth best on the Doane charts. She added 143 blocks, 67 aces and 302 digs during the year. Peterson was named to three all-tournament teams during the season and earned District 11 Player-ofthe-Year honors. She holds the fourth best mark for career ace serves with 184.


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NAIA All-Americans Cathy Russell - Middle Hitter 1992 - Second Team (Sr.) Russell recorded 455 kills in her senior year with a school record .385 attack percentage on her way to various honors on the year. A Broken Bow product, Russell collected 144 total blocks, 331 digs and 48 aces during the season. She was named the State College Female Athlete-of-the-Year as the Tigers finished ranked with 29 wins in ‘92.

Jenny Chapman - Setter 1994 - Honorable Mention (Sr.) Chapman posted one of the top seasons in school history for a setter in 1994. The Grand Island Central Catholic grad dished out 1,435 assists, then the third most in school history. She added a team high 78 ace serves, third best on the school charts and only two off of her career best of 80 in 1993. Chapman sits sixth in career assists with 2,948 and eighth in aces with 168.

Laura Glaser - Outside Hitter 1996 - Honorable Mention (So.) 1997 - Honorable Mention (Jr.) A Grand Island Northwest product, Glaser had a pair of strong season to earn back-to-back All-American honors. In 1996, she led the Tigers with 314 kills, 622 digs and 51 aces. The following year, Glaser posted 415 kills, 702 digs and 61 aces. At the completion of her playing days, she was the leader in career digs with 1,961 but has since been pushed to third. Andrea Gall - Middle Hitter 1998 - Third Team (Jr.) 1999 - Third Team (Sr.) Gall, a native of Howells, put together two of the best offensive seasons in school history. In 1998, she posted 599 kills (4.4/set) and a .342 attack percentage. She came back in 1999 with 568 kills (4.9/set) and a .370 attack effort. Those two years rank second & third in kills in a single season. Gall graduated with 1,784 kills, first all-time, and a .314 attack percentage which is third best. She ranks second in blocks with 561 all-time.


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NAIA All-Americans Lissa Hagemann - Setter 2002 - Honorable Mention (Sr.) A two-sport athlete out of Yutan HS, Hagemann helped the Tigers to the only GPAC crown in school history as Doane won the regular season and post-season titles. She averaged 6.47 assists (893 total) in the Tigers’ 6-2 offense. Hagemann posted 74 ace serves, fifth most in a single season. She added 445 digs during her senior season.

Rochelle Schmidt - Outside Hitter 2003 - Third Team (Sr.) One of the most decorated athletes in school history, Schmidt drew in numerous accolades her senior year. The State Athlete-of-the-Year by the newspapers, Schmidt averaged 4.24 kills per set for a total of 509 on the year. She added 594 digs and 56 ace serves. Schmidt ranks first in alltime ace serves (227), third in kills (1,704) and fourth in digs (1,926). The Indianola HS graduate was a two-sport star at Doane and earned 16 All-American honors in track & field. Rachel Hagerman - Setter 2004 - Second Team (So.) Coming from Norris HS, Hagerman posted 1,279 set assists during her sophomore year. The number ranks 10th to date, topped twice by Hagerman in 2005 & 2006. She was second on the team with 44 ace serves and added 304 digs, 26 blocks and 24 kills. Her final year in 2006 led Hagerman to the top of the setting charts, finishing her career with 4,813 set assists.

Ashley Fitzgerald - Outside Hitter 2004 - Honorable Mention (Sr.) Fitzgerald graduated as the all-time leader in digs with 2,726 during her four-year career. Coming from Lincoln Southeast HS, her all-around game helped the Tigers to several successful years. She posted 334 kills, 49 ace serves, 819 digs and 31 blocks her senior year. Her 819 digs are now third most in a single season.


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NAIA All-Americans Chelsee Marvin - Middle Hitter 2008 - Honorable Mention (Sr.) A Crete product, Marvin had a solid senior campaign as she helped the Tigers to the NAIA National Tournament for the first time in three years. Marvin posted 406 kills and 112 blocks. She also had a strong service game, notching 50 ace serves.

Jessy Livers - Outside Hitter 2009 - Honorable Mention (Sr.) Livers posted 420 kills (2.98/set) in her senior campaign and displayed solid play in the all-around game. Out of Lincoln North Star, she was second in ace serves (34) and digs (405) while sitting in the Top 5 on the team in serve reception percentage (.966) and blocks (83).

Susan Rollman - Middle Hitter 2009 - Honorable Mention (Fr.) 2010 - Second Team (So.) A two-time selection, the Humphrey St. Francis product was a force in the middle during her first two seasons. Rollman led the Tigers in blocks with 1.28/set in 2009 and 0.93/set in 2010. She also led the team in attack percentage with a mark of .314 in 2009 and .366 in 2010. She ranked in the Top 20 of the NAIA in attack percentage in 2010.

Ashley Axmann - Outside Hitter 2010 - Honorable Mention (Fr.) Axmann had one of the top seasons in Doane history for a freshman. Coming out of Pleasanton H.S., Axmann led the Tigers with 432 kills, an average of 3.51 per set. She had 27 matches with 10 or more kills and posted a .252 attack percentage.


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All-Conference Honors First Team 1987 Staci Hass Meri Nienkamp Lori Stueckrath 1988 Lisa Hass Meri Nienkamp Lori Stueckrath 1989 Meri Nienkamp 1990 Dayna Nyland Cindy Peterson Wanda Stienike 1991 Dayna Nyland Cindy Peterson Cathy Russell 1992 Dayna Nyland Cathy Russell Wanda Stienike 1993 Lisa Pilakowski Jenny Chapman 1994 Jenny Chapman Gretchin Kotschwar 1995 Laura Glaser 1996 Laura Glaser Jolene Messinger 1997 Andrea Gall Laura Glaser 1998 Andrea Gall 1999 Andrea Gall Brenda Simons 2000 Jackie Jakubowski 2001 Brenda Simons 2002 Lissa Hagemann Rochelle Schmidt 2003 Rochelle Schmidt 2004 Ashley Fitzgerald Rachel Hagerman 2005 Rachel Hagerman Kari Hochstein 2006 Rachel Hagerman Kari Hochstein 2007 Kari Hochstein 2008 Chelsee Marvin Emily Schwisow 2009 Jessy Livers Susan Rollman Ivie Speer 2010 Ashley Axmann Heather Davison Susan Rollman

Second Team 1994 Teri Sherbeck 1996 Kelly Benson 1997 Kelly Benson Jolene Messinger 1998 Jacki Jakubowski Julie Mason Brenda Simons 1999 Julie Mason 2000 Rochelle Schmidt Brenda Simons 2001 Lissa Hagemann Rochelle Schmidt 2002 Ashley Fitzgerald Shelley Hagemann 2003 Ashley Fitzgerald 2004 Kirby Schmidt Sherise Wichmann 2005 Gail Klitz 2006 Allison Weaver 2007 Chelsee Marvin 2008 Jessy Livers Ashley Sluka 2009 Emily Schwisow 2010 Terra Andreasen Emily Max Honorable Mention 1987 Judy Buhr 1989 Danelle Drews Cindy Peterson Cathy Russell 1990 Danelle Drews

Wanda Stienike Three-time All-NIAC

1991 1992 1993

1994 1995

1996 1998 1999

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Danelle Drews Wanda Stienike Danelle Drews Belinda Bostwick Sara Heppell Nicole Kramer Belinda Bostwick Jen Meyerink Sarah Franzen Jenn Smith Tobiann Uldrich Andrea Gall Tobiann Uldrich Lindsay Hanzlik Kelly Benson Jackie Jakubowksi Tanya Mulder Shannon Tupa Cassie Baker Sarah Becker Gail Klitz Allison Weaver Chelsee Marvin Ashley Sluka Terra Andreasen Heather Davison Nicole Skolnick


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All-Time Conference Results 1987 (28-19, 6-4 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/24 Dana 9/29 Midland 10/1 Hastings 10/6 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/8 Concordia 10/13 Dana 10/15 Midland 10/20 Hastings 10/22 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/27 Concordia

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

1988 (37-12, 7-3 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/27 Hastings 9/29 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/1 Midland 10/4 Dana 10/6 Concordia 10/13 Hastings 10/18 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/20 Dana 10/25 Concordia 10/27 Midland

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

1989 (25-12, 7-3 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/14 Concordia 9/21 Midland 9/26 Dana 10/3 Hastings 10/10 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/12 Dana 10/17 Concordia 10/19 Hastings 10/24 Midland 10/25 Nebraska Wesleyan

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

Meri Nienkamp - 1989 2nd Team All-American

1990 (31-14, 8-2 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/25 Hastings 9/27 Midland 10/2 Dana 10/4 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/9 Concordia 10/11 Hastings 10/16 Midland 10/18 Dana 10/23 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/25 Concordia

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

1991 (30-11, 9-3 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/24 Midland 9/27 Dana 9/28 Northwestern 10/1 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/10 Concordia 10/15 Hastings 10/18 Midland 10/22 Dana 10/24 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/29 Northwestern 11/5 Concordia 11/8 Hastings

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

1992 (28-7, 9-3 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/15 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/22 Midland 9/29 Northwestern 10/2 Concordia 10/6 Hastings 10/13 Dana 10/16 Midland 10/20 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/23 Northwestern 10/27 Concordia 10/30 Hastings 11/6 Dana

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

1993 (23-15, 6-6 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/10 Northwestern 9/22 Concordia 9/24 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/28 Midland Lutheran 10/5 Dana 10/8 Northwestern 10/12 Hastings 10/15 Concordia 10/19 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/26 Midland Lutheran

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

10/29 Dana 11/5 Hastings 1994 (25-22, 7-5 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/20 Concordia 9/22 Hastings 9/27 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/4 Northwestern 10/6 Midland Lutheran 10/11 Dana 10/18 Hastings 10/24 Concordia 10/26 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/28 Northwestern 11/1 Midland Lutheran 11/3 Dana NIAC Tournament 11/5 Concordia 11/8 Hastings 1995 (15-19, 2-10 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/19 Midland Lutheran 9/22 Dana 9/26 Northwestern 9/29 Concordia 10/3 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/10 Hastings 10/12 Midland Lutheran 10/17 Dana 10/20 Northwestern 10/24 Concordia 10/25 Nebraska Wesleyan 11/2 Hastings NIAC Tournament 11/4 Midland Lutheran 1996 (26-10, 10-2 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/10 Concordia 9/17 Hastings 9/24 Midland Lutheran 9/26 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/1 Dana 10/10 Northwestern 10/15 Hastings 10/18 Concordia 10/22 Midland Lutheran 10/24 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/29 Dana 11/5 Northwestern NIAC Tournament 11/12 Northwestern

L 2-3 L 1-3

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

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

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


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All-Time Conference Results 1997 (32-12, 8-4 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/16 Dana 9/23 Northwestern 9/27 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/30 Hastings 10/7 Midland Lutheran 10/14 Concordia 10/17 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/21 Northwestern 10/25 Dana 10/28 Hastings 10/31 Concordia 11/4 Midland Lutheran NIAC Tournament 11/8 Dana 11/11 Northwestern 11/13 Hastings 1998 (19-18, 6-6 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/15 Hastings 9/16 Midland Lutheran 9/22 Dana 9/23 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/2 Northwestern 10/6 Concordia 10/13 Hastings 10/16 Midland Lutheran 10/20 Dana 10/22 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/30 Northwestern 11/3 Concordia NIAC Tournament 11/7 Dana 11/10 Northwestern 11/12 Hastings 1999 (20-12, 5-7 NIAC) Date Opponent 9/21 Hastings 9/23 Concordia 9/28 Dana 10/1 Midland Lutheran 10/5 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/8 Northwestern 10/15 Northwestern 10/20 Hastings 10/22 Concordia 10/26 Dana 10/28 Midland Lutheran 11/2 Nebraska Wesleyan NIAC Tournament 11/6 Midland Lutheran 11/9 Northwestern

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

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

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

Andrea Gall - 1999 3rd Team All-American 2000 (19-14, 6-4 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/23 Mount Marty 9/27 Hastings 9/30 Dordt 10/4 Concordia (NE) 10/7 Dakota Wesleyan 10/11 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/18 Dana 10/21 Sioux Falls 10/25 Midland Lutheran 10/28 Northwestern GPAC Tournament 11/4 Midland Lutheran 11/8 Hastings 11/11 Dordt 2001 (19-10, 6-4 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/19 Dordt 9/26 Concordia (NE) 9/29 Mount Marty 10/3 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/6 Northwestern 10/10 Dana 10/15 Sioux Falls 10/17 Midland Lutheran 10/24 Hastings 10/27 Dakota Wesleyan GPAC Tournament 11/3 Hastings 11/7 Dordt 2002 (28-12, 15-1 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/3 Concordia (NE)

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

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

Score W 3-0

9/11 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/18 Midland Lutheran 9/20 Briar Cliff 9/21 Northwestern 9/24 Dana 10/2 Hastings 10/8 Concordia (NE) 10/11 Sioux Falls 10/12 Dakota Wesleyan 10/16 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/23 Midland Lutheran 10/26 Mount Marty 10/30 Dana 11/2 Dordt 11/5 Hastings GPAC Tournament 11/9 Hastings 11/13 Midland Lutheran 11/16 Dordt 2003 (27-9, 14-2 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/3 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/9 Morningside 9/17 Concordia (NE) 9/23 Midland Lutheran 9/25 Dakota Wesleyan 10/1 Hastings 10/4 Briar Cliff 10/7 Dana 10/10 Dordt 10/15 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/21 Morningside 10/24 Northwestern 10/28 Concordia (NE) 10/31 Sioux Falls 11/1 Mount Marty 11/5 Hastings GPAC Tournament 11/8 Midland Lutheran 11/12 Sioux Falls 11/15 Dordt 2004 (25-9, 14-2 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/1 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/8 Morningside 9/14 Concordia (NE) 9/22 Midland Lutheran 9/25 Sioux Falls 9/28 Hastings 10/2 Briar Cliff 10/5 Dana 10/8 Dordt 10/12 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/19 Morningside

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

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

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


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All-Time Conference Results 10/22 Northwestern 10/23 Dakota Wesleyan 10/26 Concordia (NE) 10/30 Mount Marty 11/3 Hastings GPAC Tournament 11/6 Morningside 11/10 Hastings 2005 (24-16, 11-5 GPAC) Date Opponent 8/31 Concordia (NE) 9/7 Hastings 9/14 Midland Lutheran 9/20 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/30 Mount Marty 10/1 Northwestern 10/4 Concordia (NE) 10/7 Dakota Wesleyan 10/8 Sioux Falls 10/11 Dana 10/14 Dordt 10/18 Hastings 10/22 Briar Cliff 10/26 Midland Lutheran 10/29 Morningside 11/1 Nebraska Wesleyan GPAC Tournament 11/5 Northwestern 11/9 Dordt 2006 (26-9, 12-4 GPAC) Date Opponent 8/30 Concordia (NE) 9/6 Hastings 9/12 Midland Lutheran 9/19 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/29 Mount Marty 9/30 Northwestern 10/3 Concordia (NE) 10/6 Dakota Wesleyan 10/7 Sioux Falls 10/11 Dana 10/17 Hastings 10/20 Dordt 10/21 Briar Cliff 10/25 Midland Lutheran 10/28 Morningside 10/31 Nebraska Wesleyan GPAC Tournament 11/4 Concordia (NE) 11/8 Northwestern

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

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

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

2007 (16-13, 10-6 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/5 Dana 9/11 Concordia (NE) 9/19 Hastings 9/25 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/29 Dordt 10/2 Midland Lutheran 10/5 Briar Cliff 10/6 Morningside 10/10 Concordia (NE) 10/16 Hastings 10/19 Mount Marty 10/20 Northwestern 10/23 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/26 Dakota Wesleyan 10/27 Sioux Falls 10/30 Dana GPAC Tournament 11/3 Hastings 2008 (28-10, 12-4 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/10 Dana 9/17 Concordia (NE) 9/24 Hastings 9/30 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/4 Dordt 10/7 Midland Lutheran 10/10 Briar Cliff 10/11 Morningside 10/15 Concordia (NE) 10/21 Hastings 10/24 Mount Marty 10/25 Northwestern 10/28 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/31 Dakota Wesleyan 11/1 Sioux Falls 11/4 Dana GPAC Tournament 11/8 Hastings 11/12 Northwestern 2009 (29-10, 13-3 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/8 Morningside 9/16 Concordia (NE) 9/22 Hastings 9/25 Midland Lutheran 9/26 Dana 10/2 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/6 Concordia (NE) 10/9 Dakota Wesleyan 10/10 Sioux Falls

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

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

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

Rochelle Schmidt - 2003 3rd Team All-American 10/16 Dordt 10/17 Northwestern 10/20 Hastings 10/23 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/24 Mount Marty 10/30 Briar Cliff 10/31 Morningside GPAC Tournament 11/7 Briar Cliff 11/11 Morningside 11/14 Northwestern 2010 (27-8, 14-2 GPAC) Date Opponent 9/8 Hastings 9/15 Morningside 9/18 Northwestern 9/22 Nebraska Wesleyan 9/28 Concordia (NE) 10/2 Mount Marty 10/5 Midland 10/8 Briar Cliff 10/9 Sioux Falls 10/13 Hastings 10/16 Dakota Wesleyan 10/20 Morningside 10/23 Midland 10/27 Nebraska Wesleyan 10/30 Dordt 11/3 Concordia (NE) GPAC Tournament 11/9 Morningside 11/11 Dordt 11/13 Northwestern

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

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


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Records

Rally Score Match Records Match - Kills 20 - Allison Weaver (3 sets) St. Mary (KS), 2005 25 - Rochelle Schmidt (4 sets) Midland Lutheran, 2002 27 - Kari Hochstein (5 sets) Nebraska Wesleyan, 2005 27 - Sherise Wichmann (5 sets) Hastings, 2004 Match - Assists 49 - Rachel Hagerman (3 sets) Peru State, 2005 71 - Rachel Hagerman (4 sets) Concordia, 2005 71 - Rachel Hagerman (5 sets) Morningside, 2004 Match - Service Aces 12 - Chelsee Marvin (3 sets) York, 2008 7 - Lissa Hagemann (4 sets) Valley City State, 2001 7 - Rachel Hagerman (4 sets) Bellevue, 2004 7 - Jessy Livers (5 sets) Biola, 2009 Match - Digs 33 - Ashley Fitzgerald (3 sets) Bethel (KS), 2001 45 - Allison Weaver (4 sets) Nebraska Wesleyan, 2006 62 - Gail Klitz (5 sets) Nebraska Wesleyan, 2005 (NAIA RECORD) Match - Total blocks 16 - Sherise Wichmann (3 sets) Dordt, 2002 10 - Kari Hochstein (4 sets) Briar Cliff, 2005 11 - Cassie Baker (5 sets) Hastings, 2001 All-Time Match Records Match - Kills 37 - Lori Stueckrath, 1988 Midland (4 sets) Match - Service Aces 12 - Chelsee Marvin, 2008 Match - Digs 62 - Gail Klitz, 2005 Match - Total blocks 16 - Sherise Wichmann, 2002 16 - Lisa Hass, 1988 Kearney State (5 sets)

Season - Kills 646 - Lori Stueckrath - 1988 599 - Andrea Gall - 1998 568 - Andrea Gall - 1999 549 - Kari Hochstein - 2005 545 - Lori Stueckrath - 1987 515 - Meri Nienkamp - 1989 509 - Rochelle Schmidt - 2003 495 - Allison Weaver - 2005 484 - Lori Stueckrath - 1986 472 - Terra Andreasen - 2008

Career - Kills 1784 - Andrea Gall - 1996-99 1738 - Lori Stueckrath - 1985-88 1704 - Rochelle Schmidt - 2000-03 1578 - Kari Hochstein - 2004-07 1485 - Meri Nienkamp - 1986-89 1463 - Chelsee Marvin - 2005-08 1340 - Jessy Livers - 2006-09 1298 - Ashley Fitzgerald - 2001-04 1295 - Cathy Russell - 1989-92 1225 - Cindy Peterson - 1988-91

Season - Assists 1597 - Lisa Hass - 1988 1573 - Rachel Hagerman - 2005 1489 - Dayna Nyland - 1991 1485 - Brenda Simons - 1998 1435 - Jenny Chapman - 1994 1416 - Jenny Chapman - 1993 1382 - Rachel Hagerman - 2006 1344 - Brenda Simons - 1999 1318 - Dayna Nyland - 1990 1311 - Heather Davison - 2010

Career - Assists 4813 - Rachel Hagerman - 2003-06 4605 - Dayna Nyland - 1989-92 4125 - Brenda Simons - 1998-01 3731 - Lisa Hass - 1986-88 3337 - Heather Davison - 2007-10 2948 - Jenny Chapman - 1991-94 2888 - Jolene Messinger - 1995-98 2084 - Lissa Hagemann - 1999-02 1550 - Ashley Sluka - 2005-08 1527 - Sarah Becker - 2002-03

Season - Service Aces 100 - Brenda Scholl - 1986 80 - Jenny Chapman - 1993 78 - Jenny Chapman - 1994 77 - Lindsay Hanzlik - 1998 74 - Lissa Hagemann - 2002 73 - Jolene Messinger - 1997 70 - Dayna Nyland - 1990 69 - Cassie Baker - 2003 67 - Cindy Peterson - 1991 66 - Rochelle Schmidt - 2002

Career - Service Aces 227 - Rochelle Schmidt - 2000-03 200 - Dayna Nyland - 1989-92 194 - Tanya Mulder - 1998-01 184 - Cathy Russell - 1989-92 184 - Cindy Peterson - 1988-91 177 - Lissa Hagemann - 1999-02 175 - Ashley Fitzgerald - 2001-04 168 - Jenny Chapman - 1991-94 161 - Rachel Hagerman - 2003-06 161 - Heather Davison - 2007-10

Season - Digs 930 - Gail Klitz - 2005 836 - Teri Sherbeck - 1994 819 - Ashley Fitzgerald - 2004 761 - Allison Weaver - 2005 761 - Jen Meyerink - 1994 754 - Kaylee Lubken - 2006 740 - Ashley Fitzgerald - 2003 702 - Laura Glaser - 1997 696 - Ashley Fitzgerald - 2002 675 - Gail Klitz - 2004

Career - Digs 2726 - Ashley Fitzgerald - 2001-04 2674 - Allison Weaver - 2003-06 1961 - Laura Glaser - 1995-98 1926 - Rochelle Schmidt - 2000-03 1801 - Andrea Gall - 1996-99 1709 - Tanya Mulder - 1998-01 1678 - Kaylee Lubken - 2004-07 1668 - Gail Klitz - 2003-05 1592 - Danelle Drews - 1989-92 1553 - Emily Schwisow - 2006-09

Season - Total blocks 223 - Andrea Gall - 1997 193 - Meri Nienkamp - 1988 181 - Susan Rollman - 2009 168 - Meri Nienkamp - 1989 163 - Lori Stueckrath - 1988 157 - Kari Hochstein - 2005 152 - Cassie Baker - 2002 151 - Cindy Peterson - 1990 150 - Cindy Peterson - 1988 149 - Julie Mason - 1998

Career - Total blocks 587 - Meri Nienkamp - 1986-89 561 - Andrea Gall - 1996-99 513 - Kari Hochstein - 2004-07 510 - Cathy Russell - 1989-92 491 - Chelsee Marvin - 2005-08 486 - Cindy Peterson - 1988-91 388 - Cassie Baker - 2000-03 341 - Sherise Wichmann - 2001-04 337 - Lori Stueckrath - 1985-88 331 - Julie Mason - 1996-99


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ABOUT DOANE The Doane College mission is to provide an exceptional liberal arts education in a creative, inclusive, and collaborative community where faculty and staff work closely with undergraduate and graduate students preparing them for lives rooted in intellectual inquiry, ethical values, and a commitment to engage as leaders and responsible citizens in the world. When Thomas Doane, chief civil engineer of the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad, began building the railroad across Nebraska in the late 1800s, his goal was not only to enhance civilized life for the pioneers, but also to build a liberal arts college on the Nebraska frontier. He and the Congregationalists soon chose the town of Crete, overlooking the Big Blue River, for a college on the plains. The college maintains historical ties with the United Church of Christ. Thomas Doane’s vision of a college in the tradition of Harvard and Yale has become a reality. Fully established in 1872, Doane is Nebraska’s first private liberal arts and sciences college. From the college’s formative years under the tutelage of first president David Brainerd Perry to the current 12th president, Dr. Jacque Carter, the college continues its purpose to educate students to serve and lead in the state, the nation and the world. Today, the college serves more than 3,200 students in bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in Crete, Lincoln, and Grand Island, Neb., and focuses on providing an exceptional educational experience for all students. The Crete campus serves approximately 1,000 residential students on 300 scenic acres. Designated a state arboretum, the once treeless landscape now boasts more than 100 varieties of trees, numerous plantings, ponds, and swans. Doane College offers bright, ambitious, and service-minded students a world-class liberal arts and sciences education grounded in the uncompromising pursuit of leadership through academic excellence, innovation, community, and the creation of a special sense of place for each individual. Leadership development underscores the students’ experience in all aspects of the college. Doane’s unique Hansen Leadership Program works with students to help enhance their leadership skills and talents, through speakers and events, alumni mentors, course offerings, community service, and other activities. Additional highlights include the four-year graduation guarantee for students…graduate within four years or the college will pay for a fifth year of course work. A travel scholarship for students provides opportunities to travel on college-sponsored trips in the U.S. or abroad. Doane College was the first institution in the nation to initiate a warranty for its education graduates to hiring school districts, and guarantees teacher education graduates a position. Doane College also offers three graduate degree programs, including the Master of Arts in Management (MAM), Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC), and Master of Education (MED) in Curriculum and Instruction or Educational Leadership.


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PRESIDENT On May 6, 2011, Doane’s Board of Trustees named Dr. Jacque Carter the 12th President of Doane College. Dr. Carter was previously at the University of New England (UNE) as provost and vice president of Academic Affairs for five years. He officially took the reigns at Doane on July 1.. Dr. Carter received his BS and MS from Northern Illinois University in Biological Sciences and his Ph.D. from the College of William and Mary in Marine Sciences. After three years as a conservation research fellow in Belize for Wildlife Conservation Society, he began his academic career teaching biology at Bucknell University in 1987. He joined the University of New England faculty in 1989, becoming dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 1998.

Dr. Jacque Carter 12th President of Doane

For the five years before Doane, he managed internal administrative operations of UNE. He brought a broad background of experiences and accomplishments. At UNE he helped secure significant grants and gifts, expanded study abroad and academic partnerships overseas, established a Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology and an office of International Programs, and also launched successful online programs. Carter and his wife, Judy, have a son and a daughter. Carter and his wife look forward to the chance to engage with the Crete community and to get to know the Lincoln and Grand Island communities as well, which are home to Doane’s nontraditional and graduate campuses.

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ADMISSION OFFICE Why Doane? Directions Program: Directions is a first-year program for high school leaders who would like to continue leading at Doane College. Each year, the Director of HLP selects 42 incoming freshmen (first-year students) to join Directions. Directions is a unique opportunity for you to jumpstart your leadership career on campus. Travel Scholarship: Education may well begin at home, but it shouldn’t end there. At Doane, we believe the only way to provide a well-rounded education is by giving you the opportunity to experience the world. That’s why we sponsor over a dozen domestic and international travel programs each year. When you enroll as a first-year student, Doane will provide up to $1000 for travel course expenses during your junior or senior years. Graduation Guarantee: Doane College was one of the first colleges in the nation to initiate a FourYear Graduation Guarantee. We believe a quality education can and should be achieved within four years, and our curriculum is designed for that very purpose. Opportunities to participate and get involved: Nearly 100% of Doane students participate in one of the 60+ clubs and organizations. In the last five years, students have participated in almost 700 internships.

Doane College is on the move…. Athletic Facilities: The George and Sally Haddix Recreation and Athletic Center, a $13 million, 63,535 sq. ft. facility, opened in the December of 2010. In the summer of 2011, Simon Field, home of Doane College football and soccer, received an upgrade as the field turf was completely replaced. Residence Halls: Over the past three years, Doane College has invested more than $14 million renovating three residence halls. Frees Hall, Sheldon Hall, and Smith Hall received substantial upgrades providing unique residential living environments for our students. High school seniors, interested in attending Doane College should consider the following checklist. • Register for ACT/SAT test. Have results sent to Doane College (ACT code 2448 and SAT code 6165). • Visit Doane College website. www.doane.edu . • Schedule a campus visit to Doane College. • Meet with a Doane College Representatives in your High School or at your local college fair. • Search web sites for Private Scholarship options. We suggest fastweb.com • Apply to Doane at www.doane.edu/applynow • Send your current high school transcripts and ACT/SAT scores to Doane College. • Send any transcripts from colleges where you have taken classes to Doane College. • Discuss Doane College scholarship opportunities with an Admissions Representative

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DOANE ACADEMICS Doane College offers 38 majors, six pre-professional programs and 24 minors through its Crete campus. These majors -- combined with the successful completion of the Doane Plan (general degree requirement), and relevant additional degree requirements -- lead to the awarding of a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. Majors Accounting Art Biology Honors-Biology Chemistry Computer Science Economics Elementary Education English as a Second Language Environmental Science French History Information Systems International Studies Journalism & Media Music Natural Science Physical Education Physical Science Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Science Spanish Special Education

Endorsement Programs Secondary Education Early Childhood Coaching Middle Grades

Minors Accounting Biology Chemistry Creative Writing English French History Music Physics Psychology Sociology Speech Communication

Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Engineering Pre-Environmental Studies Pre-Law Pre-Ministry Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Art Business Administration Computer Science Economics Environmental Studies German Mathematics Philosophy Political Science Religious Studies Spanish Theatre

Biochemistry Business Administration Honors-Computer Science English English/Language Arts German Honors-Information Systems Mathematics Philosophy Physics Public Administration Sociology Theatre

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DOANE ACADEMIC SUPPORT The transition from high school to college level academics is a dramatic one, but it need not be traumatic if students make use of the resources Doane College provides through the Academic Support Center (ASC). In contrast to many students’ high school ol course experiences, most college level courses demand a whole new study and exam preparation strategy. Most college professors fully expect that students will complete the assigned textbook readings and come to class prepared to ask questions and engage in discussion generated by the reading assignment. Professors’ lectures complement and supplement the required reading assignment, but they are not intended to o substitute for required readings. Likewise, students must attend lectures and labs if they are to gain the full benefit of their educational opportunity. Completing the assigned readings, attending lectures and labs, being able to record accurate reading/lecture notes and reviewing their notes regularly in preparation for exams and finals are all critical to any student’s academic success. Doane’s Academic Support Center (ASC) provides academic assistance, training and intervention to students who wish to improve their academic performance. The ASC consists of two separate programs: The Doane Learning Center (DLC) and Doane Student Support Services (DSS). Both programs are housed in the Student Services area on the lower level of Perry Campus Center. The Doane Learning Center is a walk-in center for students wanting to raise their grades or improve their study skills. The program provides academic counseling, peer tutoring, and writing assistance. Doane Student Support Services (DSS) is a TRIO program, federally funded through the United States Department of Education. It assists eligible students in reaching their academic and personal goals through a variety of activities. Notification of eligibility is sent to new students in the first few weeks of the fall and spring terms and is dependent on American citizenship AND family income level, (or) student disability status or both custodial parents/guardians having less than a four-year degree.

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VOLLEYBALL FACILITIES The George & Sally Haddix Center opened in Fall 2010 and is home to Tiger volleyball and basketball. The first game played in the Haddix Center was November 16, 2010, as the Tiger men’s basketball team hosted Nebraska-Kearney. The women’s basketball team played their first game on November 20 versus defending NAIA national champion, Northwestern. Tiger volleyball opened the 2011 season in the new facility with the first match against Hastings on September 7.

The Haddix Center also features a state-of-the-art weight room and fitness center that is utilized by Tiger athletes. A dance studio is adjacent to the fitness center and is utilized by the Doane Dance & Cheer teams as well as for classes. The coaches’ office are located on the second floor as well as classrooms and the Rick & Wanda Gibson Hall of Fame room. The Hall of Fame room overlooks the court from the west end zone and is used for special events, meetings and recruit visits. Fuhrer Field House is located north of the Haddix Center and can be used as a practice site when other events in the Haddix Center overlap. Also located in this building is the LeRoy W. & Bertha L. Hood Athletic Training Facility. Here, athletes will receive their m primary training needs although a smaller training room is located in the Haddix Center for initial evaluations and practice/game purposes.

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Crete Area Medical Center is proud to work in collaboration with Lincoln Orthopeadic Center to provide sports medicine services to Doane College. This winning team of medical professionals provides specialized diagnostic, prevention, rehabilitation, athletic training and surgical services to Doane Athletes through our local medical center and affiliation with the BryanLGH Health System.

Dr. Doug Tewes

Lance Kuhlmann

Team Physician

Director/ Physical Therapist

Dr. Douglas P. Tewes has been a physician with Lincoln Orthopaedic Center, P.C. since 1993. He graduated from the UNMC and completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Tewes also completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Minneapolis Sports Medicine Center. He also serves as team physician and medical director for the Lincoln Saltdogs baseball and Lincoln Stars.

Greg Seier Head Athletic Trainer Seier received his undergraduate degree from Doane College where he earned All-American honors as a track athlete. He received his master’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Toledo and Wayne State College. Seier was the head athletic trainer for Morningside College, Wayne State College and Simpson College. Seier has experience working with athletes from elementary grades up to the professional ranks.

Kuhlmann has nine years of physical therapy experience. He earned his undergraduate degree from Hastings College and his masters and doctorate of physical therapy degrees from Elon University. He is a Board Certified Orthopeadic specialist and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Kuhlmann earned academic all-American honors at Hastings College and coached with the Thayer Central Titans.

Brad Jenny Athletic Trainer Jenny earned his undergraduate degree from Doane College where he worked as a student athletic trainer and competed on the cross country and track teams. He earned his graduate degree from Northern State University, working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer. He worked at Concordia University and Memorial Physical Therapy in Seward before returning to Doane. While at Doane he has been an assistant athletic trainer, instructor, and head men’s and women’s cross country teams.

Micaela Kelso Athletic Trainer Kelso joined Crete Area Medical Center in August 2010. She graduated from Albion College (MI) and received a master’s degree from the University of Virginia. She completed her graduate assistantship at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI). After graduating in August 2006, she worked at Ferrum College and then returned to VMI as a full-time staff member.

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SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE The Doane College Sports Information Office is always interested in h helping members of the media in their coverage of Tiger Athletics. R Rick Schmuecker joined the Tiger team in August 2001 as Assistant S Sports Information Director, following four years as a student at M Midland Lutheran College. In May 2006, he was named head of the S Sports Information Department by Athletic Director Greg Heier. A At Doane, Rick is seen at all home athletic events, usually in the d designated media areas, either keep stats, broadcasting or both. H He has received 17 publication honors by the NAIA-SIDA for media g guide publications and the Doane athletic Web site. In June 2011, six of Doane’s media guide guides received Top 10 honors, a record number for the publications. Dave Ziola serves as an assistant to the Sports Information Office, helping with eligibility rosters, along with cross country and track information. Ziola is an assistant coach for both sports as well as a professor in the athletic department. Students working for the sports information office in 2011-12 are: Ashley Axmann, Kelly Baer, Cheryl Braithwait, Cali Bellar, Ashley Daily, Morgan Dubas, Morgan Griffith, Kelsie Grgurich, Veronica LeDuc, Lisa Lord, Brittany Luettel, Megan Meduna, Cassie Reicks, Brittany Ridder, Brooke Sampson and Madara Upeneice. Contact Information 1014 Boswell Avenue, Crete, NE 68333 E-mail: rick.schmuecker@doane.edu Phone: 402-826-8248 Fax: 402-826-8647 Web site: www.doane.edu/Athletics Interviews All interviews must be arranged through Rick Schmuecker, no exceptions! Please do not contact coaches or student-athletes directly without first going through the Sports Information Office. Photographs and statistics are available through the Sports Information Office. Press Credentials Credentials are not required but notification in advance is appreciated to let ticket takers know of arrival. Radio broadcasters can obtain a courtesy phone line, if available, by contacting the Sports Information Office. Local Media The Crete News (newspaper) Andy McCallister cretenews.sports@gmail.com

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Greg Heier

Cody Vance

Athletic Director

Asst. Athletic Director

Greg Heier took over as Athletic Director in May 2006. Heier played four years at Doane on the men’s basketball team guided by NAIA Hall-of-Fame coach Bob Erickson beginning with the 1981-82 season and ending with the 1984-85 season. Heier earned his B.S. degree in Political Science in 1985 and a J.D. degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1988. Heier also served as an assistant basketball coach for the Tigers from 1998-2002. During that time, Heier helped coach the last men’s basketball team to have won a post-season conference championship and earn a spot in the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament. Prior to serving as Athletic Director, Heier practiced law from 1988 until 1998 and worked in human resources and risk management for Doane from 1998 until 2006. He has been a life long fan of Doane Tiger Athletics!

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Cody Vance took over as Assistant Athletic Director for Outreach in August 2009. Cody is a Doane graduate and has been involved in Doane athletics for more than 30 years. He serves as the public address announcer for football and women’s basketball while continuing his support of all of the athletic programs in any way he can. His duties with the athletic department reach from game day management to community outreach and involvement. He also serves as Doane’s coordinator of Champions of Character through the NAIA.

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DOANE HEAD COACHES

Jeremey Jorgensen Baseball

Ian Brown Men’s Basketball

Tracee Fairbanks Women’s Basketball

Jamie Ourecky-Sand Cheer & Dance

Brad Jenny Cross Country

Matt Franzen Football

Myron Parsley Men’s Golf

Jeannine Foster Women’s Golf

Greg Jarosik M & W Soccer

Barry Mosley Softball

Pete Fuimefreddo Men’s Tennis

Mike Gay Women’s Tennis

Ed Fye M & W Track & Field

Cindy Meyer Volleyball

Faye Weber Athletics Secretary


TV/RADIO ROSTER

#1

#2 Lindsay Coffin

#3 Chelsea Beach

#4 Desiree Erikson

#5 Julie Els

#6 Terra Andreasen

#7 Susan Rollman

#8 Kellie Peterson

#9 Tessa Tierney

#11 Cassandra Choquette

#12 Ashley Axmann

#13 Brandie Sykes

#14 Lisa Lord

#15 Emily Max

#16 Alex Winters

#17 Alyssa Hangman

#18 Michaela Stuhr

#19 Karissa Blank

#22 Brooke Burianek

#23 Karmen Lawver

#24 Lauren Rohe

#28 Allycia Myers

#29 Kelsey Schilf

#32 Audrey

Coach Cindy Meyer

Coach Nick Thixton

Coach Conley Straight

Coach Annie Gardiner

Coach Shaylah

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