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EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

2009 VOLLEYBALL

kim jarzynka senior, libero

victoria randolPH

senior, outside Hitter

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Quick Facts TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 15 16 16 16 18 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 46 47 54 55 56

T.O.C./Quick Facts EMU Athletic Media Relations 2009 Outlook Team Photo/Roster Kim Jarzynka Victoria Randolph Jennifer Swartz Joi McKenzie Emily Good Jillian Bates Ashley Mason Cassie Sowers Haley Stein Kaitlyn Vincek Kristen Baker Kimberly Hildreth Rachel Iaquaniello Colleen Lasecki Carolyn Steger Head Coach Kim Berrington Assistant Coach Camila Runha Assistant Coach Karen O’Brien Eastern Michigan University President Susan W. Martin EMU Board of Regents Director of Athletics Derrick Gragg EMU Athletics Staff NCAA Compliance Student Athlete Support Services EMU Convocation Center The EMU Identity Mid-American Conference 2009 Composite Schedule 2008 MAC Season In Review 2008 Statistics All-Time Coaching Records All-Time Honors Team and Individual Records Individual Kills and Digs Records Convocation Center Records EMU Single-Game Records EMU Career Records All-Time Year-by-Year Results All-Time Letterwinners The 1990 Trip to Postseason Eagles in the Pros

UNIVERSITY Location: Founded: Enrollment: President: Nickname: Colors: Conference: Home Arena: Capacity:

Ypsilanti, Michigan 1849 22,638 Dr. Susan W. Martin Eagles Green (349) and White Mid-American Conference (MAC) Convocation Center 8,824

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

Athletics Director: Dr. Derrick Gragg Assoc. AD/SWA: Stephannnie Vandenberg Assoc. AD/External Ops: Doug Dowdy Assoc. AD/Internal Ops: Mike Malach Assoc. AD/Compliance: Melody Reifel Werner Assoc. AD/Development: Craig Fink Assoc. AD/Media Relations: Jim Streeter Faculty Athletics Representative: Liz Broughton Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Nordwall Head Strength and Conditioning: Mike Szerszen Equipment Manager: Jay Sofen Ticket Manager: Ron Reid

VOLLEYBALL STAFF

Head Coach: Kim Berrington (South Carolina, ‘85) Record at EMU (Years): 201-195 (13) MAC Record (Years): 101-118 (13) Career Record (Years): 304-271 (17) Office Phone Number: 734.487.0291 Assistant Coach: Camila Runha (EMU, ‘02) Assistant Coach: Karen O’Brien (Georgia, ‘85)

Athletic Media Relations

Assoc. AD/Media Relations: Jim Streeter Asst. Director of Media Relations: Greg Steiner Media Relations GA: Jeremy Allen Media Relations GA: Lucas Pattarozzi Media Relations GA: Dan Wyar Office Phone: Office Fax: Office E-mail: Mailing Address: Web site:

EMU Athletics Mission Statement

Our mission above all else, is to guide, support and inspire our student-athletes in their pursuit of excellence- academically, athletically and socially while maintaining a successful Division I-A athletics program.

Vision of EMU Athletics

Our vision is to become the premier program in the Mid-American Conference, both academically and athletically.

Core Values of EMU Athletics

Four values guide and govern our action at all times and in all our affairs. The values define “what we stand for” and “what we will not stand for.” These values include: ♦ Respect - We treat ourselves and those we serve

with dignity, kindness and respect.

♦ Integrity - We operate in a spirit of integrity at all times and know that doing the right thing is of utmost importance.

Passion - We have strong work ethic and are passionate about what we do. This is more than just a job to us.

♦ Excellence - Excellence is the cornerstone of all we do within our department, on campus, within the community, as well as on the regional and national levels

EMU Volleyball on the Web

734.487.0317 or 0318 734.485.3840 EMU_Sportsinfo@emich.edu 799 N. Hewitt Road Convocation Center Room 307 Ypsilanti, MI 48197 emueagles.com

2009 TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Overall Record: 2008 MAC Record/Finish: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: Newcomers:

10-22 4-12/6th West 9/2 4+Libero/2 5

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EMU Athletic Media Relations

Directions to the Convocation Center

EMU Athletic Media Relations

Jim Streeter

Greg Steiner

Jeremy Allen

Luke Pattarozzi

Dan Wyar

Associate Athletic Director/Media Relations......................................................... Jim Streeter Office Phone..................................................................................................................................... 734.487.0317 Cellular Phone.................................................................................................................................. 734.260.1004 E-mail...............................................................................................................................jim.streeter@emich.edu Primary Sports Covered................................................................................Football and Men’s Basketball Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations......................................................Greg Steiner Office Phone..................................................................................................................................... 734.487.0318 Cellular Phone.................................................................................................................................. 734.845.1132 E-mail............................................................................................................................. greg.steiner@emich.edu Primary Sports Covered.........................................Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, Golf and Web site Athletic Media Relations Graduate Assistant........................................................ Jeremy Allen Office Phone..................................................................................................................................... 734.487.0318 Cellular Phone.................................................................................................................................. 724.980.9260 E-mail........................................................................................................................................jallen6@emich.edu Primary Sports Covered..........................................................................Rowing, Tennis, and Track & Field Athletic Media Relations Graduate Assistant....................................................Luke Pattarozzi Office Phone..................................................................................................................................... 734.487.0318 Cellular Phone.................................................................................................................................. 608.225.9802 E-mail..................................................................................................................................... lpattaro@emich.edu Primary Sports Covered...........................................................Soccer, Swimming & Diving and Softball Athletic Media Relations Graduate Assistant..............................................................Dan Wyar Office Phone..................................................................................................................................... 734.487.0318 Cellular Phone.................................................................................................................................. 440.666.2129 E-mail.........................................................................................................................................dwyar@emich.edu Primary Sports Covered................................................................... Baseball, Cross Country, Gymnastics Office Fax............................................................................................................................................ 734.485.3840 Address:......................................................799 N. Hewitt Rd., Convocation Center, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 EMU MEDIA POLICIES AND SERVICES The EMU Athletic Media Relations Office offers a weekly release containing team and individual notes, statistics, reviews of past games and a look ahead to upcoming events. Additional information will include Mid-American Conference rankings, statistics and league notes.

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CREDENTIALS AND PARKING All credential requests should be directed to Greg Steiner at least one week in advance of home games. All media wishing to attend away matches should contact the host institution regarding media policies and services. EMU does not issue parking credentials for volleyball. Parking for the Convocation Center can be found at the arena on a first-come, first-serve basis. Media personnel will be responsible for their own parking arrangements. INTERNET ACCESS For those media that can file over the World Wide Web with laptop computers that can automatically select an IP address, there is wireless internet access available throughout the Convocation Center.

INTERVIEWS Head coach Kim Berrington and her staff are available for interviews on an appointment-only basis after matches and practices. Personal interviews with the coach and players should be scheduled with the EMU Athletic Media Relations Office. Individual players are available for interviews Monday-Thursday. Their availability will depend on practice and class schedules. Please give at least 24-hour advance notice so the players can be contacted and arrangements can be made. Home phone numbers for players and coaches will not be given out by the EMU Athletic Media Relations Office. The coaching staff and players will be available for post-game interviews following a short cooling-off period. WORLD WIDE WEB The media can access all the latest EMU volleyball news on the athletic department’s Web site, located at emueagles.com. The EMU Athletic Media Relations Office produces this Web site with the most up-to-date and extensive coverage of the Eagles. Volleyball information available on the EMU Web site includes statistics, rosters, press releases and notes.

By air: Arriving at Detroit Metro Airport, take I-94 west to Michigan Avenue exit (exit 181B). Get in the far left lane and turn left on Hewitt Road. Head north on Hewitt for 2.5 miles, past Washtenaw Avenue. The arena is on the east side of the road. From North: U.S. 23 south to Washtenaw Avenue east (exit 37A); take Washtenaw to Hewitt Road; turn left on Hewitt and proceed to the Convocation Center. From South: U.S. 23 north to Washtenaw Avenue east (exit 37A); take Washtenaw to Hewitt Road; turn left on Hewitt and proceed to the Convocation Center. From East: (A) Take I-94 west to Michigan Avenue exit (exit 181B). Get in the far left lane and turn left on Hewitt Road. Head north on Hewitt for 2.5 miles, past Washtenaw Avenue. The arena is on the east side of the street. (B) Take I-96 west to M-14 west. Follow M-14 to U.S. 23 south. Go south to Washtenaw Avenue east (exit 37A); take Washtenaw to Hewitt Road; turn left on Hewitt and proceed to the Convocation Center. From West: Take I-94 east to Michigan Avenue exit (exit 181). Turn left and get in the far left lane. Turn left on Hewitt and head north on Hewitt approximately 2.5 miles, past Washtenaw. The arena is on the east side of the road.

Call on Us

All University Numbers start with 734.487. (The last four are listed below) Athletics Administrators A.D. Derrick Gragg...............................................1050 Assoc. A.D. Doug Dowdy..................................5279 Assoc. A.D. Mike Malach....................................7859 Assoc. A.D. Stephannnie Vandenberg..........5642 Assoc. A.D. Craig Fink ........................................8236 Assoc. A.D. Melody Reifel Werner..................2327 Assoc. A.D. Jim Streeter.....................................0317 Secretary Karen Hansen....................................1050 Athletics Equipment Staff Equip. Mgr. Jay Sofen.............................1173/1029 Asst. Equip. Mgr. Wayne Smith...........1173/1029 Facilities Staff Fac. Supervisor Erich Keil..................................5152 Ticket Office Ticket Manager Ron Reid..................................2282


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2009 Eagle Outlook It was not a customary season for the Eastern Michigan University volleyball team last year. A program that averaged nearly 20 wins over seven seasons prior to the 2008 campaign, managed just 10 wins last season. Absent from the team was a driving force in the middle the Eagles normally bring into each season. A year ago the EMU leader in blocks averaged 0.76 per set. It marked the first time in 12 seasons the Eagles’ leader in blocks failed to reach 100 total blocks on the year. Also gone from the Green and White’s repertoire was the ability to pick up a kill in clutch situations. The Eagles played in 10 five-set matches during the 2008 season, posting just a 4-6 record in those matches. In the five seasons prior, Eastern went to a deciding fifth set a combined 20 times. Back to lead the program for her 14th season in Ypsilanti will be head coach Kim Berrington who guided the Eagles to their first MAC West Division title in 2005. Berrington is the school’s all-time winningest coach with a 201-195 record and only three times in the past 10 years has the team failed to post a winning record. The Green and White return nine letterwinners from last year’s squad, including four starters, along with welcoming five newcomers. Seniors Kim Jarzynka and Victoria Randolph will lead the squad this year with the help of junior Jennifer Swartz and sophomore Ashley Mason. Gone from last year are Hayvolla Leite and ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American selection Jill Wolosiansky. Leite was a role player that stepped into the starting lineup in 2008. At the end of the year she ranked second on the team in kills (318), attacks (966) and points (363.5). Meanwhile, Wolosiansky set career highs in every statistical category, racking up 261 kills, 258 digs, 78 total blocks, 69 set assists, and 18 service aces last season. Youth will be heavily served in 2009 as 11 of the 15 players on the roster have one year or less of collegiate experience. Additionally, just two studentathletes have two-or-more years starting experience. With that in mind, here are the breakdowns by position heading into the 2009 campaign. SETTER In just one season, Ashley Mason has already secured a spot in the EMU record book, ranking 11th best for career assists. Mason tallied the 15th most assists in a season and finished ranked 166th in the nation with 8.94 per set. Berrington threw the Eastlake, Ohio native right into the action early in the season to learn. “I like having freshman come in and start because you then get them for four years,” said Berrington. “Ashley stepped in right away and became our quarterback. She makes each attacker better by adjusting to so many different situations that we have complete confidence in her. She has made so much progress in just a year. Last year she was setting for the team, this year she is running the show.”

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“Kaitlyn jumps very well and has the ability to get quick kills that are hard to defend,” said Berrington. “Her inexperience though may lead to some mistakes, but there will be some situations that we put her in to help us. Cassie hits a heavy ball and is a gamer-type player, she also can play as a defensive or serving specialist. We just have to best figure out how to utilize both of them throughout the year.” MIDDLE BLOCKERS With Berrington’s defensive philosophy, the middle blockers need to play a bigger role. Junior Jennifer Swartz and freshman Kristen Baker are the favorites to hold down the starting spots in the heart of the net. Swartz came into her own last season, leading the Eagles in total blocks with 94 and ranking third on the squad in kills (256) and points (325.5). Meanwhile, Baker comes to Ypsilanti from Mentor, Ohio, where she was a three-year starter and an All-Ohio selection. “Jenny’s best hit is off the slide and that was something we really struggled with last year,” replied Berrington. “With spring training that will change immediately this year and will open up some more things offensively for her. Defensively she isn’t a very big blocker, but we rely on her lateral quickness to close the block so we can play defense around her.” “Kristen has a very high volleyball IQ and she is very coachable,” Berrington said. “Her skills are very solid right now, so I can put her in there and not have to worry about mental mistakes. The things that she is going to do well she has already done at a high level in club and she is only going to get better as the year progresses.” Freshman Carolyn Steger along with junior Joi McKenzie and sophomore Emily Good will also compete for playing time. “Steger is a great athlete with lightening speed and good hang-time,” added Berrington. Steger comes to EMU from Wexford, Pa. where she was an All-State honoree, while McKenzie and Good saw spot starting roles in the rotation during the 2008 campaign. LIBERO/DEFENSIVE SPECIALISTS Kim Jarzynka has secured herself not only in the EMU record book but as one of the top defenders in the conference. The Pittsburgh, Pa. native started every match in 2008, leading the Eagles with 590 digs, the second most in a single season in school history.` “Kim is one of the best in the conference,” said Berrington. “She knows every angle out there and is prepared to play every back row position. So, it has been like having another assistant coach as she teaches her trade to the younger back row players.” Sophomore Haley Stein will also see a considerable amount of time on the court providing support on defense as both a libero and as a defensive specialist. Freshman Colleen Lasecki has had a very strong preseason and may find some time in the back row as well.

Outside Hitters At outside hitter in 2009 the Eagles return senior Senior Kim Jarzynka (4) and Victoria Randolph (8) Victoria Randolph along with sophomore Jill Bates. Randolph has been a three-year fixture on the outside of the EMU rotation, as she led the team last season in kills (341), total attempts Schedule (1194), points (386.5) and tied for the team lead with 26 service aces. A nationally rec- The 2009 schedule is once again packed with many challenges prior to the start of ognized talent at the high school level, Bates played sparingly as a freshman notching a grueling 16-match Mid-American Conference slate. The Eagles will open the season 42 kills and 19 total blocks in 55 sets played. at the Army Invitational, Aug. 28-29, before playing in Fort Wayne, Ind., Sept. 1, against “I think Victoria has the best all-around skills on the team,” said Berrington. “She is just IPFW. From there, Eastern heads west to the Hampton Inn and Suites Northern Colorado so rock solid, but a variety of injuries have set her back and resulted in inconsistent play. Classic, Sept. 4-5. The Green and White entertain Michigan, Sept. 9, to open up the home Hopefully, we are through all that as we need her to be our best passer, best defensive portion of the schedule before jetting south to the Mississippi State Invitational, Sept. player and our best hitter.” 11-12. A final non-conference tune up at the DePaul Tournament, Sept. 18-19, awaits “Jill was hampered by a hamstring pull at the start of the preseason last year and the Eagles before the MAC season tips off Sept. 25, when EMU hosts West Division rival that hurt her training and confidence,” mentioned Berrington. “There were times when Central Michigan. The season wraps with the MAC Championship at the SeaGate Centre I could use her off the bench and she’d provide a lift with a big kill. Spring training was in Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 17-22. huge for her. She never came off the court and she learned how to compete, so both EMU will host nine conference matches and looks to continue to be a dominant team mentally and physically she is more prepared heading into this season.” in the Convocation Center, where the Eagles have posted a 61-26 record over the past Also getting thrown into the mix will be freshman Rachel Iaquaniello along with eight seasons. sophomore Cassie Sowers and redshirt freshman Kaitlyn Vincek. “We feel we have put together a schedule that will help us prepare for the MAC season. “Rachel is lightening quick but she has some catching up to do with her skills and We’ll have to be at our best night in and night out as we take on teams from the Atlantic strength,” Berrington added. “I think she is going to pick that up quickly. She also has Coast Conference, the Big East Conference, the Big Ten Conference, the Southeastern the skills to play all the way around. We can toss her in the back row defensively and on Conference and the Big Sky Conference,” said Berrington. “We’re looking forward to the serve receive, so it should be a lot of fun watching her develop. She could see playing challenges ahead and believe that playing this high level competition will prepare us time on the left or right side.” in the quest for another MAC West Championship.”


Roster and Team Photo

Front row (l to r): Ashley Mason, Kaitlyn Vincek, Carolyn Steger, Kim Jarzynka, Kimberly Hildreth, Rachel Iaquaniello, Kristen Baker, Victoria Randolph, Emily Good. Back Row: Student Trainer Christina Magon, Haley Stein, Jennifer Swartz, Cassie Sowers, Assistant Coach Camila Runha, Assistant Coach Karen O’Brien, Head Coach Kim Berrrington, Joi McKenzie, Colleen Lasecki, Jillian Bates, Graduate Assistant Trainer Ashley Davidson

2009 Eastern Michigan Eagles Volleyball Roster No. Player Pos. Ht. Cl.-Elig. Hometown-High School (Previous School) 1 Ashley Mason* S 5-9 So.-So. Eastlake, Ohio-Lake Catholic 2 Kaitlyn Vincek OH 6-0 So.-Fr. South Lyon, Mich.-South Lyon 3 Carolyn Steger MB 5-11 Fr.-Fr. Wexford, Pa.-Pine Richland 4 Kim Jarzynka*** L/S 5-7 Sr.-Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa.-Baldwin 5 Kimberly Hildreth S 5-8 Fr.-Fr. Novi, Mich.-Novi 6 Rachel Iaquaniello OH 5-11 Fr.-Fr. Plymouth, Mich.-Dearborn Divine Child 7 Kristen Baker MB 6-1 Fr.-Fr. Mentor, Ohio-Mentor 8 Victoria Randolph*** OH 6-0 Sr.-Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio-Mount Notre Dame 9 Emily Good* OH/MB 6-3 Jr.-So. Grand Rapids, Mich.-Forest Hills Central 10 Haley Stein* L 5-6 So.-So. Carleton, Mich.-Monroe St. Mary’s Catholic Central 11 Jennifer Swartz** MB 6-0 Sr.-Jr. Canton, Mich.-Westland John Glenn 12 Cassie Sowers* OH 5-10 So.-So. Williamsport, Ohio-Westfall 13 Joi McKenzie** MB 5-11 Jr.-Jr. State College, Pa.-State College 14 Colleen Lasecki DS 5-6 Fr.-Fr. Dexter, Mich.- Dexter 15 Jillian Bates* OH/MB 6-2 So.-So. Billings, Mont.-Billings Senior Head Coach: Kim Berrington (South Carolina, 1985) -- 14th season Pronunciation Guide Assistant Coach: Camila Runha (Eastern Michigan, 2002) Iaquaniello - eye-uh-qua-NELL-O Assistant Coach: Karen O’Brien (Georgia, 1985) Jarzynka - jar-ZINK-aa Lasecki - LA-seck-ee Runha - hun-YA Breakdown by State/Country: Vincek - VIN-sec Michigan (7): Emily Good, Kimberly Hildreth, Rachel Iaquaniello, Colleen Lasecki, Haley Stein, Jennifer Swartz, Kaitlyn Vincek Ohio (4): Kristen Baker, Ashley Mason, Cassie Sowers, Victoria Randolph Pennsylvania (3): Kim Jarzynka, Joi McKenzie, Carolyn Steger Montana (1): Jillian Bates

Returning Starters: • Kim Jarzynka........................................................................................................................ Sr. • Libero • Ashley Mason......................................................................................................................So. • Setter • Victoria Randolph...............................................................................................Sr. • Outside Hitter • Jennifer Swartz............................................................................................Sr.-Jr. • Middle Blocker

Other Returning Letterwinners: • Jillian Bates...........................................................................So. • Middle Blocker/Outside Hitter • Emily Good.................................................................................................. Jr.-So. • Middle Blocker • Joi McKenzie.....................................................................................................So. • Middle Blocker • Cassie Sowers..................................................................................................... So. • Outside Hitter • Haley Stein...........................................................................................................................So. • Libero Starters Lost: • Hayvolla Leite............................................................................................................. Middle Blocker • Jill Wolosiansky............................................................................................................Outside Hitter

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The 2009 Eagles

Kim Jarzynka

#4

Senior-Senior 5-7 ♌ Libero/Setter Pittsburgh, Pa.-Baldwin Letters Won: 2006, 2007, 2008

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EMU: 2008 Played in 32 matches throughout the season...Finished the year with a team-high 590 digs and tied for the team lead in service aces with 26...Set a career high with 31 digs against Oakland (Oct. 7)...Racked up 29 games with double-digit digs...Had 11 matches with 20-plus digs...Was named to the Georgia Southern University Bash in the Boro AllTournament Team (Sept. 12-13)...2007: Played in all 34 matches as the libero, appearing in 122 sets...Led the Eagles with 531 digs, which is the fifth most in a single season in school history...Averaged 4.35 digs per game, including 30 matches with double-digit digs...Recorded 20 or more digs seven times on the season...Tallied a then-career-high 27 digs in a victory at Central Michigan (Oct. 4)...Posted a 23-dig effort at Charlotte (Aug. 24)...Ranked eighth in the MAC in digs per contest...2006: Played in 27 matches, with 81 sets played...Recorded 13 digs and three assists against Iowa (Sept. 16)...Had five kills against Sacramento State (Aug. 26)...Tallied double-digit digs five times...Averaged 1.94 digs per set...Recorded seven service aces on the season...High School: Three-year letterwinner...Garnered All-State and All-Conference accolades her senior year... Led the Highlanders to a third-place finish in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League...Captured second-team All-Conference and All-Sectional honors as a junior...BHS captured the conference crown during her sophomore campaign and ranked SP third in the state...Played for the Pittsburgh Elite Year 2006 81 Club, qualifying for nationals three consecutive 2007 122 years...Personal: Full name: Kimberly Gwen 2008 124 TOTAL 327 Jarzynka...Born: 11-4-88...Parents are Alexander SP and Terri Jarzynka...Has a brother, Alan, and a Year sister, Laura...Majoring in English Language, 2006 81 2007 122 Literature and Writing. 2008 124

MP 27 34 32 93

K 13 3 7 23

RE DIG 14 157 52 531 43 590 TOTAL 327 109 1278

Kim Jarzynka - Career Totals K/S E TA Pct A A/S 0.16 20 72 -.097 14 0.17 0.02 1 24 .083 40 0.33 0.06 9 30 -.067 42 0.34 0.07 30 126 -.056 96 0.29 D/S 1.94 4.35 4.76 3.91

BS 0 0 0 0

BA 1 0 0 1

TB B/S 1 0.01 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 0.00

SA 7 10 26 43

SA/S 0.09 0.08 0.21 0.13

BE BHE 0 2 0 2 1 3 1 7

PTS 20.5 13.0 33.0 66.5

SE 7 14 23 44

Career Highs: Kills..............................................................................................................5, vs. Sacramento State, 8-26-06 Digs.............................................................................................................................. 31, at Oakland, 10-8-08 Assists.................................................................5, twice (most recent at Western Michigan), 11-8-08 Blocks........................................................ 2, four times (most recent at Western Michigan), 10-6-06 Aces......................................................................................................4, vs. Charleston Southern, 9-12-08


The 2009 Eagles

Victoria Randolph

Senior-Senior 6-0 ♌ Outside Hitter Cincinnati, Ohio-Mount Notre Dame Letters Won: 2006, 2007, 2008

#8

EMU: 2008: Played in 32 matches throughout the season...Led the team with 341 kills, 1,194 total attacks, 386.5 points, and was tied for the team lead with 26 service aces...Ranked second on the team with 340 digs...Had double-digit kills in 22 matches...Racked up doubledigit digs in 18 matches...Led the team with 19 kills in the victory over Kent State University (Nov. 15)...Recorded a career-high 19 digs, while hitting .386 against the University of Akron (Oct. 24)...Notched 15 kills against Pittsburgh at the Pitt Invitational (Sept. 19)...Was named to the AllTournament Team at the Georgia Southern University Bash at the Boro (Sept. 13)...2007: Played in 33 matches, totaling 113 sets played...Recorded 146 kills and 310 digs on the season...Totaled 177.5 points with a season-best of 17.0 at Bowling Green (Oct.

13)...Finished the year with four double-doubles and 14 matches with 10-or-more digs...Notched a season-best 15 kills at Bowling Green (Oct. 13) and at home versus Northern Illinois (Nov. 2)...Had a career best 30 digs at Kent State (Nov. 10)...Added four block assists at Central Michigan (Oct. 4)...Had a stellar match serving versus Akron (Nov. 13), posting a careerhigh five service aces...2006: Played in all 30 matches, totaling 109 sets played...Averaged 2.50 kills and 2.62 digs per set...Tallied a career-best 16 kills, to go along with nine digs and a service ace against UTEP (Aug. 25)... Recorded best all-around match against Northern Illinois (Sept. 22) with 18 digs, 13 kills and one block...Totaled double-digit kills 14 times and double-digit digs 14 times...Had 27 service aces on the season...High School: Four-time letterwinner at Mount Notre Dame...Reached the state Final Four three times, finishing as runner-up in 2002, 2003 and 2005...Earned All-City and AllConference accolades during Victoria Randolph - Career Totals her senior year, as the Cougars won the Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE Girls Greater Cincinnati League...Selected to 2006 109 30 273 2.50 125 1014 .146 21 0.19 27 0.25 38 2007 113 33 146 1.29 66 548 .146 25 0.22 21 0.19 28 play on the Senior Showcase All-Star Team... 2008 123 32 341 2.77 125 1194 .181 32 0.26 26 0.21 29 Earned Honorable Mention All-Conference TOTAL 345 95 760 2.20 316 2,765 .161 78 0.23 74 0.21 95 honors during her junior campaign...Played Year SP RE DIG D/S BS BA TB B/S BE BHE PTS club volleyball for Team Z, the national 2006 109 50 286 2.62 6 42 48 0.44 8 2 327.0 champions in 2003...Team Z also finished ninth 2007 113 29 310 2.74 1 19 20 0.18 2 0 177.5 2008 123 49 340 2.76 2 35 37 0.30 3 1 386.5 at nationals in 2004 and was ranked sixth TOTAL 345 128 936 2.71 9 96 105 0.30 13 3 891.0 in the nation in 2005...Personal: Full name: Career Highs: Victoria Elexene Randolph...Born: 5-17-88... Kills.................................................................................19,twice (most recent vs. Kent State), 11-15-08 Parents are Russ and Patricia Randolph...Has a Digs.........................................................................................................................30, at Kent State,11-10-07 Assists.......................................................................................................... 5, at Central Michigan, 10-4-07 sister, Alexandra...Special education major. Blocks................................................................................................................................. 5,vs. Ohio, 11-17-06 Aces..................................................................................................................................5, vs. Akron,11-13-07

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The 2009 Eagles

Jennifer Swartz

Senior-Junior 6-0 ♌ Middle Blocker Canton, Mich.-Westland John Glenn Letters Won: 2007, 2008 EMU: 2008: Played in all 32 matches throughout the season...Ranked first on the team with 83 block assists and 94 total blocks, third in kills with 256 and third in points with 325.5...Tallied a team-high 13 kills against Ball State University (Oct. 31)...Hit for a team best .381 with 11 kills against the Miami University RedHawks (Oct. 18)...Posted 14 kills against Oakland University (Oct. 7)...Racked up eight matches with double-digit kills...2007: Played in 33 matches, totaling 101 sets played...Totaled 130 kills and 53 digs on the season...Recorded 170 points with her season-best of 15.5 coming against Central Michigan (Nov. 8)...Provided a consistent effort off the bench by recording at least one kill in all but one match...Notched a then-career-best 13 kills versus Central Michigan (Nov. 8)...Added

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Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

Jennifer Swartz - Career Totals SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A DNP 101 33 130 1.29 58 343 .210 2 124 32 256 2.06 112 700 .206 9 225 65 386 1.72 170 1043 .207 11

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

SP DNP 101 124 225

RE DIG

D/S

0 53 0.52 1 59 0.48 1 112 0.50

BS

BA

TB

B/S

5 36 41 0.41 11 83 94 0.76 16 119 135 0.60

A/S

SA

0.02 0.07 0.05

17 17 34

BE BHE 0 4 4

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12 kills at Bowling Green (Oct. 13)...Dug 11 balls at Kent State (Nov. 10)...2006: Redshirted...High School: A two-sport letterwinner in volleyball and basketball... Voted team captain as a senior, earned All-Conference, All-Division and All-Observer and Eccentric honors in volleyball...Two-time MVP basketball player...Earned AllConference, All-Division and AllMetro honors her last three years in basketball...Four-time ScholarAthlete Award Winner...Member of National Honor Society and Student Government...Personal: Full name: Jennifer Hosanna Swartz...Born: 4-17-88...Parents are William and Kathleen Swartz... Has three brothers, Noah, Jeremy and Josiah, and a sister, Noelle... Comes from a family of athletes as all of her family played sports collegiately...Mother and father both participated in athletics at Grand Valley State University... Brother, Noah, played football for the University of Toledo before spending the 2003 season with the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals... Brother, Jeremy, played football for Ferris State University while brother Josiah played SA/S SE for Hillsdale College...Sister, Noelle, played 0.17 11 volleyball for both Schoolcraft College and 0.14 35 0.15 46 University of Wisconsin-Parkside ...Clinical laboratory science major. PTS

2 170.0 1 325.5 3 495.5

Career Highs: Kills....................................................................................... 14, twice (most recent at Oakland), 10-7-08 Digs........................................................................................................................11, at Kent State, 11-10-07 Assists......................................................2, three times (most recent vs. UNC Wilmington), 9-12-08 Blocks............................................................................................................8, vs. Northern Illinois, 10-4-08 Aces.................................................................................................................................. 3, vs. Brown, 9-15-07


The 2009 Eagles

Joi McKenzie

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Junior-Junior 5-11 ♌ Middle Blocker State College, Pa.-State College Letters Won: 2007, 2008 EMU: 2008: Played in 27 matches throughout the season...Finished the season with 57 kills, 181 total attacks and 36 total blocks...Paced the Eagle attack with six kills and a .308 hitting percentage against Ball State University in the opener of the MidAmerican Conference Tournament (Nov. 18)...Racked up five matches with at least five kills...2007: Saw limited playing time as a freshman, appearing in 10 matches totaling 13 sets played...Racked up four kills, three digs and three blocks on the season...Posted a pair of kills versus Oakland (Sept. 25)...Also posted a kill versus IPFW (Aug. 28) and Delaware State (Aug. 31)...Collected a dig against IPFW, Delaware State and Albany (Sept. 14), High School: Three-year letterwinner at State College H.S... During senior year led the Lions to an undefeated regular season and a third consecutive third-place finish in the state tournament...Selected to the AAA All-State Team, All-District first-team and first-team All-Star Mountain Athletic Conference...Named team MVP...Tabbed MVP of the Saint Francis University Tournament...Won the 2006 Early Bird Tournament and the East Coast Championships with her club team, Lions Pride...Personal: Full name: Joi Loree McKenzie...Born: 10-8-88...Parents are Harold and Sherren McKenzie...Has two brothers, Ephraim and Jason...Father, Harold, played basketball at Lock Haven University...Sports Medicine major. Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

SP MP 13 10 63 27 76 37

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

SP 13 63 76

Joi McKenzie - Career Totals K K/S E TA Pct A A/S 4 0.31 3 19 .053 1 0.08 57 0.90 40 181 0.94 1 0.02 61 0.80 43 200 .090 2 0.03

RE DIG D/S 0 3 0.23 0 3 0.05 0 6 0.08

BS 0 7 7

BA 3 29 32

TB B/S 3 0.23 36 0.57 39 0.51

SA 0 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00 0.00

BE BHE 1 0 2 0 3 0

PTS 5.5 78.5 84.0

SE 2 0 2

Career Highs: Kills.............................................................................6, two times (most recent at Ball State), 11-18-08 Digs............................................................................1,six times (most recent vs. Kent State), 11-15-08 Assists...................................................... 1,four times (most recent vs. Central Michigan), 11-13-08 Blocks..............................................................................................................5,at Northern Illinois, 11-7-08 Aces................................................................................................................................................................ None

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The 2009 Eagles

Emily Good

Junior-Sophomore 6-3 ♌ Outside Hitter/Middle Blocker Grand Rapids, Mich.- Forest Hills Central Letters Won: 2008 EMU: 2008: Played in 29 matches throughout the season...Led the team with 12 solo blocks...Ranked second on the team with 68 block assists and 80 total blocks...Posted five kills and added four block assists against the University of Akron (Oct. 24)... Had six matches with at least five kills...Had a career-best seven kills against IPFW (Sept. 16)...Tallied 19 total attacks against Pittsburgh at the Pitt Invitational (Sept. 19) and against IPFW...2007: Redshirted...High School: Three-year letterwinner in volleyball... Named All-Conference twice during her career...Tabbed Honorable Mention All-Area during her junior season...Selected as the most improved player following her freshman campaign...Member of the varsity basketball team for two years...National Honor Society and Honor Roll member...Personal: Full name: Emily Marie Good...Born: 12-13-88...Parents are Gregory and Karla Good...Has two brothers, Alex and Elliott...Sports Medicine-Exercise Science major.

Year SP MP 2007 DNP 2008 91 28 TOTAL 91 28

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Year SP 2007 DNP 2008 91 TOTAL 91

K

70 0.77 70 0.77

RE DIG 3 3

K/S

8 8

Emily Good - Career Totals E TA Pct A 43 236 .114 43 236 .114

6 6

D/S

BS

BA

TB

B/S

0.9 0.9

12 12

68 68

80 0.88 80 0.88

A/S

SA

SA/S

SE

0.07 0.07

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

BE BHE

PTS

3 3

0 116.0 0 116.0

Career Highs: Kills....................................................................................................................................... 7, vs. IPFW, 9-16-08 Digs............................................................................................................................ 2, at Pittsburgh, 9-19-08 Assists......................................................................1, six times (most recent vs. Kent State), 11-15-08 Blocks..............................................................................................................8, vs. SIU Edwardsville, 9-5-08 Aces................................................................................................................................................................ None

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The 2009 Eagles

JillIAN Bates

Sophomore-Sophomore 6-2 ♌Outside Hitter/ Middle Blocker Billings, Mont.-Billings Senior Letters Won: 2008

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EMU: 2008: Played in 26 matches throughout the season, totaling 55 sets... Posted 19.0 total blocks on the season and 22 digs...Had a career-best seven kills against Bowling Green (Oct. 17)...Tallied a career-best four digs twice, against Georgia Southern (Sept. 13) and Bowling Green...Recorded two service aces versus Central Michigan (Nov. 13)... High School: Named to the 2007-08 AVCA High School Senior All-American team, one of 32 high school seniors from around the nation to receive the award...Helped lead the Billings Senior High team to three consecutive state championships...During her senior year, was an AllState selection averaging a .324 attack percentage...Recorded 0.96 blocks and 0.62 aces per game en route to a 31-0 mark her senior year and junior year... Posted 2.07 kills and 1.17 blocks per game...Personal: Full name: Jillian Brie Bates...Born: 10-15-89...Parents are Bruce and Debbie Bates...Has a brother, Jonothan...Exercise science major.

Year 2008 TOTAL

SP MP 55 26 55 26

Year 2008 TOTAL

SP 55 55

Jillian Bates - Career Totals K K/S E TA Pct A 42 0.76 34 175 .046 2 42 0.76 34 175 .046 2

RE DIG D/S 2 22 0.40 2 22 0.40

BS 2 2

BA 17 17

TB B/S 19 0.35 19 0.35

A/S 0.04 0.04

SA 6 6

SA/S 0.11 0.11

BE BHE 3 1 3 1

PTS 58.5 58.5

SE 5 5

Career Highs: Kills................................................................................................................. 7, vs. Bowling Green, 10-17-08 Digs..............................................................................................................4, at Georgia Southern, 9-13-08 Assists.......................................................1, two times (most recent vs. Central Michigan) 11-13-08 Blocks........................................................3, two times (most recent vs. Central Michigan) 11-13-08 Aces.......................................................................................................... 2, vs. Central Michigan, 11-13-08

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The 2009 Eagles

Ashley Mason

Sophomore-Sophomore 5-9 ♦ Setter Eastlake, Ohio- Lake Catholic Letters Won: 2008 EMU: 2008: Started 32 matches, totaling 124 sets... Led the team with 1,109 assists, the 15th best singleseason total in EMU history...Dished out at least 40 assists 11 times...Recorded double-digit digs in 10 matches, with a season-best 21 against Western Michigan (Oct. 3)...Was third on the team with 300 digs...Had a season high .583 attack percentage versus Northern Illinois (Oct. 4)...Had a season high 50 assists versus Charleston Southern (Sept. 12)... High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner... Selected as The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Lake-Geauga Player of the Year two years in a row...Was named first-team All-Ohio... Recorded 681 assists, 164 digs, 83 kills and 159 blocks during senior season...Named first team Division II AllOhio...Voted two-time varsity captain...Named first team North Coast League both junior and senior years...Was selected to the Lake County Herald’s Players to Watch List...Personal: Full name: Ashley Marie Mason...Born: 10-24-89...Parents are Timothy and Linda Mason...Has a brother, Ryan, and a sister, Brittany...Buiness major.

Year SP MP 2008 124 32 TOTAL 124 32

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Year SP 2008 124 TOTAL 124

Ashley Mason - Career Totals K K/S E TA Pct A A/S 79 064 37 306 .137 1109 8.94 79 064 37 306 .137 1109 8.94

RE DIG D/S 0 300 2.42 0 300 2.42

BS 3 3

BA 29 29

TB B/S 32 0.26 32 0.26

SA 23 23

SA/S 0.19 0.19

SE 18 18

BE BHE PTS 3 18 119.5 3 18 119.5

Career Highs: Kills...................................................................................................................................... 8, at Ohio, 10-11-08 Digs..........................................................................................................21, vs. Western Michigan, 10-3-08 Assists............................................................................................... 50, vs. Charleston Southern, 9-12-08 Blocks......................................................... 3, three times (most recent at Northern Illinois), 11-7-08 Aces................................................................................................................3, at Northern Illinois, 11-7-08

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The 2009 Eagles

Cassie Sowers

Sophomore-Sophomore 5-10 ♌ Outside Hitter Williamsport, Ohio-Westfall Letters Won: 2008

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EMU: 2008: Played in 30 matches throughout the season as a defensive specialist, totaling 91 sets played... Racked up 71 digs on the season, recording at least one dig in 22 matches...Had a season-high eight digs at Akron (Oct. 24)...Recorded two service aces against Western Michigan (Oct. 3)...Totaled seven matches with at least five digs...High School: Four-year varsity letter winner...Selected Scioto Valley Conference Player of the Year three-times...Junior and senior years was named All-Ohio first team and sophomore year was named All-Ohio second team...Holds seven Westfall High School records including kills in a match (39), kills in a season (565), kills in a career (1,622), digs in a match (35), kills in a season (346), digs in a career (1,063), and aces in a match (10)...Was a two-time scholar athlete award winner and a member of two district championship teams...Was senior class president...Personal: Full name: Cassie Lynn Sowers... Born: 10-28-89...Parents are Larry and Crystal Sowers...Has a brother, Chance...Undecided major.

Year 2008 TOTAL

SP MP 91 30 91 30

Year 2008 TOTAL

SP 91 91

Cassie Sowers - Career Totals K K/S E TA Pct A A/S 1 0.01 5 22 -.182 11 0.12 1 0.01 5 22 -.182 11 0.12

RE DIG D/S 7 71 0.78 7 71 0.78

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

TB B/S 0 0.00 0 0.00

SA 3 3

SA/S 0.03 0.03

BE BHE 0 1 0 1

PTS 4.0 4.0

SE 10 10

Career Highs: Kills........................................................................................................1, vs. Charleston Southern, 9-12-08 Digs...................................................................................................................................8, at Akron, 10-24-08 Assists....................................................... 2, three times (most recent vs. Northern Illinois), 10-4-08 Blocks............................................................................................................................................................. None Aces........................................................................................................... 2, vs. Western Michigan, 10-3-08

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The 2009 Eagles

Haley Stein

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Sophomore-Sophomore 5-6 ♌ Libero Carleton, Mich.-Monroe St. Mary’s Catholic Central Letters Won: 2008 EMU: 2008: Played in 28 matches throughout the season, totaling 105 sets played... Finished the season with 174 digs...Had a season-high 14 digs twice, coming against Georgia Southern (Sept. 13) and Western Michigan (Oct. 3)...Recorded double-digit digs in three matches...Picked up a service ace against Ball State in the MAC Tournament (Nov. 18)...High School: Senior year was co-captain and named first-team All-State, second team as a junior and third team as a sophomore...Earned All-Huron League honors three times...Was selected MVP of the University of Michigan Dearborn Tournament and to the All-Tournament team at The Monroe Evening News Tournament... Had a total of 802 digs her senior year, averaging 5.31 per game, with a total of 2,052 for her career... Three-year member of the Eastern Michigan Volleyball Academy (EVA)...Placed third at the AAV Nationals junior year and eighth at the ASICS National Championship her sophomore year...With the EVA she received the Best Passer Award...Was voted MVP for both her sophomore and freshman years...Personal: Full name: Haley Christine Stein... Born: 4-12-90...Parents are Brian and Barb Stein...Has two sisters, Gretchen and Kelsey...Health major.

Year SP MP 2008 105 28 TOTAL 105 28

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Year SP 2008 105 TOTAL 105

Haley Stein - Career Totals K K/S E TA Pct A 4 0.04 7 39 -.077 15 4 0.04 7 39 -.077 15

RE DIG D/S 22 174 1.66 22 174 1.66

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

TB B/S 0 0.00 0 0.00

A/S 0.14 0.14

SA 1 1

SA/S 0.01 0.01

BE BHE 0 2 0 2

PTS 5.0 5.0

SE 5 5

Career Highs: Kills...................................................................................1, four times (most recent vs. Toledo), 11-1-08 Digs..................................................................14, twice (most recent vs. Western Michigan), 10-3-08 Assists...................................................................2, twice (most recent at Central Michigan), 10-9-08 Blocks............................................................................................................................................................. None Aces............................................................................................................................1, at Ball State, 11-18-08


The 2009 Eagles

Kaitlyn Vincek

Sophomore-Freshman 6-0 ♦ Outside Hitter South Lyon, Mich.-South Lyon EMU: 2008: One of the 2008 recruits who redshirted as a freshman...High School: Earned nine letters participating in diving, track and volleyball...Earned All-Region first team as a senior along with being selected All-Area second team and All-Kensington Valley Conference in volleyball...Led the team to its first district championship in 20 years...Twice selected a team captain...Garned honor-

able mention All-Region and All-Conference accolades as a junior...Helped lead the Lions’ swimming and diving team to an undefeated season and their first KVC Championship in school history in 2006-07...In track, was part of the state qualifying 4x400 relay team during her junior year... Personal: Full name: Kaitlyn Alyssa Vincek...Born: 5-22-90...Parents are Michael and Diane Vincek...Has a brother, Jared, and a sister, Erin...Occupational Therapy major.

kristen baker

Freshman-Freshman 6-1 ♦ Middle Blocker Mentor, Ohio-Mentor

EMU: 2009: One of the 2009 recruits...High School: Three-year starter at Mentor High...Named AllOhio second team and Division I District Two first team...During senior season, was co-captain while being named MVP

EMU: 2009: One of the 2009 recruits...High School: Selected team captain during senior campaign as she led her team to the district championship and regional finals...Selected to the All-Tournament team at the Fowlerville Volleyball Tournament, as well as being named first team All-KLAA, first team All-Region and All-State honorable

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after leading her team to the Lake Erie League Championship...Selected MVP of the league and the Lake County News Hearld Player of the Year...Personal: Full name: Kristen Marie Baker...Born: 5-1-91...Parents are Bob and Sue Baker...Has a brother, Michael, and a sister, Kaylee...Undecided major.

Kimberly Hildreth

Freshman-Freshman 5-8 ♦ Setter Novi, Mich.-Novi

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mention...Led Wildcats to the final four in 2007 when she was named first team All-Region, first team All-KVC and first team All-Area by The Novi News...Four year honor roll student and 15 an Academic All-State selection... Personal: Full name: Kimberly Yvonne Hildreth...Born: 1-21-91...Parents are David and Laurie Hildreth...Has two sisters, Tina and Katie...Undecided major.


The 2009 Eagles

Rachel Iaquaniello

Freshman-Freshman 5-11♦ Outside Hitter Plymouth, Mich.-Dearborn Divine Child EMU: 2009: One of the 2009 recruits...High School: Four-year letterwinner at Dearborn Divine Child...Holds high school and MHSAA records with 670 kills in a season...Also holds Divine Child record for kills in a career at 1,345...Selected first team All-State, MIVCA All-Region, All-Catholic League and Academic All-State following senior season...Tabbed as one of the top-10 players in Metro Detroit

by The Detroit News’ Dave Gorecki...Named to the All-Area Team by The Dearborn Press and Guide...Nominated for City of Dearborn Female Athlete of the Year, Wendy’s High School Heisman and MHSAA Scholar Athlete...Personal: Full name: Rachel Leigh Iaquaniello...Born: 11-1-91...Parents are Joe and Virginia Iaquaniello...Has a brother, Joseph, and a sister, Maria, who plays basketball at Western Michigan University... Undecided major.

Colleen Lasecki

Freshman-Freshman 5-6 ♦ Defensive Specialist Dexter, Mich.-Dexter

EMU: 2009: One of the 2009 recruits...High School: Two-time first team All-SEC selection...Selected honorable mention All-Area by The Ann Arbor News twice... After junior season, was tabbed All-Region and All-Area by

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EMU: 2009: One of the 2009 recruits...High School: Three-year letterwinner at Pine Richland...Named first-team All-Section, first-team All-WPIAL and to the AllPIAA State team following her senior season...Led her team to a seventh place finish at the state finals during 2008...Voted team captain and MVP...During junior season, was named All-WPIAL, All-Section and All-PIAA...Voted Most Improved Player following sophomore season...Also was a standout on

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The Ann Arbor News...Personal: Full name: Colleen Alyce Lasecki...Born: 5-6-91...Parents are John and Colleen Lasecki... Has two brothers, Ryan and Derrick, and a sister, Leanne...Undecided major.

Carolyn Steger

Freshman-Freshman 5-11 ♦ Outside Hitter Wexford, Pa.-Pine Richland

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#3

the basketball court...Was awarded the United States Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Medal which goes to the school’s top scholar athlete...Also earned a 2009 PRHS Honor Roll Medal for being on honor roll every grading period and was awarded an Academic Excellence Medal for achieving a 4.00 or above every grading period during her high school career...Personal: Full name: Carolyn Marie Steger...Born: 127-90...Parents are Bob and Debbie Steger...Has two sisters, Jennifer and Chrissy...Undecided major.


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Head Coach Kim Berrington

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Kim Berrington will start her 14th season as head coach of the Eastern Michigan University volleyball team when the Eagles open the 2009 season. Berrington has been a permanent fixture in the consistent success of the EMU volleyball program. In fact, Berrington is the fourth-longest tenured head coach at the university. The seventh coach in the program’s history, Berrington became its winningest coach on Sept. 20, 2003, as the Eagles posted a victory over East Carolina in the Coastal Carolina Tournament. The victory was Berrington’s 110th win at the helm of the EMU program. During her tenure as head coach, Berrington has posted an overall record of 201-195 and a 101-118 mark in conference play. In nine of the last 10 seasons she has led the Eagles to the Mid-American Conference Tournament, with the 1999 campaign marking the first time the squad has played in the postseason event since the 1990 season. Her teams have also led the MAC in digs seven of the last 12 seasons, including ranking nationally in six of those. She has also had 16 players earn All-MAC honors during her tenure. In 2008, Berrington picked up her 200th EMU victory with a 3-0 victory over the University at Buffalo, Oct. 25, and the 300th win of her distinguished career with a sweep of the University of Toledo, Sept. 26, 2008. She currently holds sole possession of sixth place in the MAC record books for the most victories at a league institution, trailing Bowling Green State University’s Denise Van De Walle who holds the league record for most wins with 487 during her 27 years coaching the Falcons. In the classroom, Berrington’s squads perennially have one of the top team cumulative gradepoint averages in the conference and have earned the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Academic Award on nine separate occasions. This past semester the volleyball team earned one of the top GPA’s among EMU squads with a 3.448. In 2007, the Green and White wrapped up the campaign with a 20-14 overall record and an 8-8 mark in conference play. The record was a seven-game improvement over the team’s 2006 mark when EMU finished at 13-17. Also, with a MAC Tournament Quarterfinal upset victory over No. 2 Western Michigan, the Eagles reached the 20-win plateau for the ninth time in the program’s history. In 2005, Berrington guided the Eagles to a 22-7 overall record and a 14-2 MidAmerican Conference mark en route to the program’s first-ever MAC West Division Championship. The Green and White’s 14 league wins were the most in program history. Leading the West Division from wire-to-wire in the regular season, Eastern

Michigan was the second most dominant team in the MAC, winning 13 out of its last 15 matches to end the season. Prior to taking over the role as head coach, Berrington served as an assistant coach at EMU from 1987-92. She was was also the head women’s volleyball coach at Concordia (Mich.) College for four seasons, from 1992-96. In four years as the head coach at Concordia, Berrington turned the women’s volleyball team into a national power. During those years, she built up a 103-76 overall record. Her 1995 team earned the school’s first national ranking and was the runner-up in the NCCAA National Championship Tournament in the school’s first-ever appearance. She also served as Concordia’s sports information director. Berrington was named Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Coach of the Year the last three years, after leading her team to the conference championship her final two seasons at the helm. Berrington now has a career coaching record of 304-271 in 17 seasons. The 46-year-old Berrington (7-25-63) is a 1985 graduate of the University of South Carolina, where she earned a bachelor of arts degree from the College of Journalism. While at South Carolina, Berrington won four varsity volleyball letters and was one of 11 players awarded the Metro Conference Medallion for excellence in athletics and academics. She earned her master’s of science in physical education from EMU in 1992. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., and a graduate of Norwin Senior High School in North Huntingdon, Pa., she earned three letters and helped the team win three state titles. As the assistant women’s volleyball coach at EMU from 1987-92, Berrington helped the team to a 91-53 record. Eastern was invited to its first-ever National Invitational Volleyball Tournament in 1990 and the team finished second in the Mid-American Conference twice and qualified for the league’s postseason tournament four times. Berrington played beach volleyball for more than 20 years while winning open tournaments in three decades (`80s, `90s and 2000). She had been playing on the Midwest Professional Volleyball Association (MPVA) tour since its inception in 1991. Berrington and beach volleyball partner, former EMU assistant coach Sara Schaub, captured more than 20 tournament titles together playing on various tours and events including the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) qualifiers, Bud Light Tour, East End Volleyball and Extreme Volleyball Professionals (EVP). In 2008, she officially retired from professional play. During the summer of 2009, Berrington served as head coach of the Lakeshore Region Youth team that took part in the 2009 USA Volleyball High Performance Championship in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The squad was comprised of girls from the state of Michigan that were born in 1992 and 1993. Berrington and her husband Chuck reside in Britton, Mich., with their daughter Kelsey (12-19-93).


Head Coach Kim Berrington Berrington’s Head Coaching Experience Year

School

Record

MAC Finish

Year

School

Record

MAC Finish

2008

Eastern MIchigan

10-22

6th-West

2001

Eastern Michigan

19-10

5th-West

Berrington picked up her 300th career victory, along with her 200th win as EMU’s head coach...Jill Wolosiansky was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American third team, becoming the first volleyball player to earn the honor.

2007

Eastern Michigan

20-14

3rd-West

Kate Sulewski was selected the MAC’s Setter of the Year along with garnering first-team honors...Becky Reenders claimed second-team All-MAC accolades... Jill Wolosiansky and Kate Sulewski received ESPN The Magazine volleyball Academic All-District IV honors along with Academic All-MAC mentions... Reached the 20-win plateau for the ninth time in the program’s history.

2006

Eastern Michigan

13-17

t-5th-West

2005

Eastern Michigan

22-7

1st-West

Qualified for the Mid-American Conference Tournament for the second time in the last three years...Coached the top team in the MAC in digs, the fourth in the last five years, averaging 17.22 digs per game...Coached two All-MAC selections, as Camila Olaio was named to the second team and Emily Busch to the All-Freshman squad.

2000

Eastern Michigan

7-23

5th-West

Coached the top-ranked team in the Mid-American Conference, and 12th in the nation, in defensive digs, averaging 19.13 digs per game... EMU also ranked fourth in the MAC in blocks, averaging 2.48 per game.

1999

Eastern Michigan

20-12

3rd-West

First winning season since 1993...Most wins, first 20-win seaSet the MAC record for best in-season turnaround, going from an 0-8 team to son and first berth in the Mid-American Conference Tournament 6-10...Lindsay Piccolini was selected to the All-MAC first team while Kate Sulewski since 1990...Coached senior Jill Hutton, second-team All-MAC selecearned All-MAC second-team accolades...Ashley Cudney tied the MAC record for tion and sophomore Camila Olaio, All-MAC Honorable Mention pick. digs in a single-match with 50...Team ranked 30th in the nation in digs per game.

Captured the program’s first MAC West Division title...EMU’s 14 league wins were the most in program history...Led the West Division from wire-to-wire in the regular season, the Eagles were the second most dominant team in the MAC, winning 13 out of their last 15 matches to end the season....Lindsay Piccolini and Kate Sulewski selected to the All-MAC first team...Ranked 11th i n the nation in k ills per game.

1998

Eastern Michigan

11-19

5th-West

Most wins since 1994... Coached junior Jill Hutton, EMU’s first AllM A C s e l e c t i o n s i n c e 1 9 9 4 . . . Te a m r a n k e d 1 3 t h i n t h e n a tion with 18.99 digs-per-game average...Team was No. 2 in NCAA Division I AVCA Team Academic Awards with a 3.53 overall team GPA.

1997

Eastern Michigan

8-18

5th-West

Coached her team to a 19.5 digs-per-game average, leading the conference and ranking ninth nationally…Coached senior Jody Thompson, who was ranked 2004 Eastern Michigan 16-13 3rd-West 14th in the nation with a 4.39 dig per-game average…Her team was named as the Made four th straight MAC Tournament appearance...Recorded No. 1 NCAA Division I AVCA Team Academic Award with a 3.56 overall team GPA. fourth consecutive winning season for the Eagle spikers, and the second winningest four-year span in the program’s history at 931996 Eastern Michigan 7-21 10th 42...Emily Busch selected to the All-MAC second team...Team ranked 17th in the nation in digs per game and 47th in blocks per game. Took over a team that was 2-24 in 1995.

2003

Eastern Michigan

21-12

t-3rd-West

Made third straight MAC Tournament appearance...Became Eastern Michigan’s all-time winningest head coach with her 110th win, against East Carolina on Sept. 20...Jennifer Nighswander became EMU’s and the MAC’s all-time leader in career digs with 1,897 and set school records in career attack attempts (4,456)...Katie Wagenmaker named All-MAC Honorable Mention...Seventh 20-win season in school history.

2002

Eastern Michigan

27-7

2nd-West

Qualified for the Mid-American Conference Tournament for the third time, advancing to the semifinals...Recorded the second-most victories in school history with 27, only bettered by the 1990 team, which played in the Women’s Invitational Volleyball Championship...Coached three All-MAC selections, as Camila Olaio and Katie Wagenmaker were named first team and Jennifer Nighswander was selected to the Honorable Mention squad.

Kim Berrington

14th season at Eastern Michigan Overall Coaching Record: 304-271 (17 years) Eastern Michigan Record: 201-195 (14 years) Mid-American Conference Record: 101-118

1995

Concordia College

35-13

Co a c h e d t h e te a m to f i r s t N A I A n a t i o n a l r a n k i n g… R u n n e r u p i n t h e N C C A A N a t i o n a l C h a m p i o n s h i p s … Wo n Wo l v e r ine-Hoosier Athletic Conference title and named Coach of the Year.

1994

Concordia College

33-14

Coached the team to first-ever NAIA Regional Tournament…Co-champions of Wolverine-Hoosier Conference and named Coach of the Year.

1993

Concordia College

20-28

Coached the team to first-ever NAIA District 23 postseason tournament…Named Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Coach of the Year.

1992

Concordia College

Took over a team that was 2-16 in 1991.

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Assistant Coach Camila Runha No stranger to the East- ed the best passer in 1993 and 1994, the best blocker in ern Michigan University 1995, the best setter in 1996 and the best hitter in 1997. volleyball family, Camila Runha then joined the EMU volleyball program in (Olaio) Runha returns for her 1998 and graduated in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in third year as an Eagles’ as- marketing and is currently pursuing her master’s degree sistant coach after spending in business with an expected graduation date later this the 2006 campaign as the year. program’s graduate assis- Runha was married to Delano Runha, Aug. 3, 2009, in tant. Prior to rejoining EMU, Las Vegas, Nev. Runha worked three years in international relations in Brazil. ”Camila is the right fit for us here at Eastern Michigan University,” said head coach Kim Berrington. “She is a huge asset in recruiting, as she has an understanding of being a Division I level player. Combine that with her international coaching and playing experience and she adds a new dimension to our staff and program. Plus adding an alum is always a special hire.” One of the most complete athletes ever to don the Green and White, Runha earned four letters as a volleyball player from 1998-2002. She is EMU’s career leader in aces with 233 and also ranks on the career charts in assists, digs and games played. Known for her trademark powerful jump serve, Runha broke the Mid-American Conference and EMU single-season records for career service aces, each of which had stood for more than 15 years until she broke them. The 29-year old Runha (9-23-79) led the Eagles in aces every season during her career, in addition to topping the MAC in assists per game in 2002. For her efforts during her senior campaign, she was named first-team All-MAC and became just the third player in school history Camila Runha - Career Totals to garner All-Region honors, as an honorable Year SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE 1998 86 24 31 0.36 24 133 .053 22 0.26 37 0.43 49 mention All-Mideast selection. 1999 120 32 133 1.11 57 366 .208 1351 11.26 65 0.54 A native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Runha played 2001 106 29 112 1.06 27 262 .324 1209 11.41 50 0.47 84 50 for Tenis Club where she was named the best 2002 116 33 141 1.22 50 342 .266 1449 12.49 81 0.70 77 all-around player in 1995. She was also select- TOTAL 428 118 417 0.97 158 1103 .235 4031 9.42 233 0.54 260

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Year 1998 1999 2001 2002 TOTAL

SP DIG 86 233 120 328 106 281 116 452 428 1294

D/S 2.71 2.73 2.65 3.90 3.02

RE BS BA TB B/S 22 12 14 26 0.30 0 2 74 76 0.63 1 1 37 38 0.36 0 30 55 58 0.50 23 18 180 198 0.46

BE BHE PTS PT/S 1 6 87.0 1.01 5 17 237.0 1.98 2 35 181.5 1.71 8 19 252.5 2.17 16 77 758.0 1.77

Career Highlights: • Named AVCA All-Mideast Region Honorable Mention in 2002 • Led the team in aces four consecutive seasons and also led the MAC in assists in 2002 • Is EMU’s career leaders in aces with 233 and also ranks on the career charts in assists, digs and games played • Selected first-team All-MAC in 2002, second-team All-MAC in 2001 and Honorable Mention in 1999


Assistant Coach Karen O’Brien A familiar face around the Eastern Michigan University volleyball team has returned. Karen O’Brien begins her third year with the program as the squad’s second assistant coach. O’Brien spent the 1996 and 1997 campaigns as head coach Kim Berrington’s assistant coach. The 46-year-old O’Brien (8-24-63) spent nine years coaching volleyball at Dundee High School in Dundee, Mich. prior to returning to EMU in 2007. Before coming to EMU, O’Brien was the head coach at Siena Heights University in Adrian, Mich. for the 1995-96 campaign. Prior to her one-year stint at Siena Heights, O’Brien served the University of Toledo as the head volleyball coach from 1989-94. She led her 1993 Toledo squad to the school’s first-ever Mid-American Conference postseason tournament berth. She was 75-97 during her tenure. She was also an assistant volleyball coach at both Michigan State University (1988-89) and the University of Georgia (1985-88). O’Brien was a first-team All-America selection at School-

craft Community College in Livonia, Mich. before finishing her college career at the University of Georgia where she was an AllSoutheastern Conference pick in both 1983 and 1984. She graduated from Georgia in 1985 with a degree in therapeutic recreation. A native of East Lansing, Mich., O’Brien grew up in Livonia and graduated from Livonia Stevenson High School in 1981. She was the first female athlete in Stevenson history to earn nine varsity letters in volleyball, basketball and track. She was a first-team All-State volleyball player in 1981 and was named her school’s Female Athlete of the Year. O’Brien lives in Petersburg, Mich. with her husband, Dan, and their son, Wyatt (1-2-00). Dan is a volunteer assistant coach with the EMU baseball team.

All-Time Opponents vs. Eastern Michigan Adrian.............................................................1-0 Akron.........................................................12-16 Alabama-Birmingham..............................2-0 Albany............................................................0-1 Appalachian State......................................2-1 Arizona State................................................0-1 Arkansas State.............................................0-1 Auburn...........................................................2-0 Baldwin-Wallace.........................................1-0 Ball State...................................................17-38 Baylor..............................................................1-0 Bethune Cookman.....................................1-0 Boise State....................................................0-1 Bowling Green . .....................................21-27 Bradley...........................................................2-3 Brockport..................................................2-0-1 Brown.............................................................1-0 Buffalo......................................................... 13-0 Butler..............................................................0-1 BYU..................................................................0-1 Cal State Northridge..................................0-1 California-Irvine..........................................0-1 Calvin College..............................................1-4 Canisius..........................................................2-0 Central Florida.............................................1-1 Central Michigan...................................18-49 Charleston Southern.................................2-0 Charlotte........................................................1-0 Chicago State...............................................4-0 Cincinnati......................................................3-3 Cleveland State...........................................9-7 Coastal Carolina..........................................1-0 College of Charleston...............................1-0 Colorado........................................................1-1 Columbia.......................................................1-0 Dayton............................................................2-4 Defiance.........................................................2-0

Delaware State............................................1-0 Delta College................................................2-0 DePaul............................................................4-1 Drake...............................................................1-0 Duke................................................................1-0 Duquesne......................................................1-0 East Carolina.................................................1-0 East Tennessee State.................................2-0 Eastern Illinois ............................................4-6 Eastern Kentucky........................................3-4 Eastern Washington..................................0-1 Evansville.......................................................1-0 Ferris State....................................................8-2 Florida.............................................................1-0 Florida Atlantic............................................2-1 Florida State.................................................0-2 Furman...........................................................1-0 George Washington...................................2-0 Georgetown.................................................3-0 Georgia...........................................................1-2 Georgia Southern.......................................2-0 Gonzaga.........................................................1-1 Grand Valley State..................................6-3-1 Guelph........................................................3-0-1 Hartford.........................................................1-0 Hofstra............................................................1-0 Hope ..............................................................1-0 Houston.........................................................0-1 Idaho...............................................................0-1 Illinois-Chicago...........................................3-4 Indiana...........................................................1-2 Indiana State................................................2-2 Indiana Tech.................................................1-0 Iowa.................................................................2-2 IPFW................................................................6-4 IUPUI...............................................................1-1 Jacksonville...................................................2-0

Jacksonville State.......................................1-0 Kansas.............................................................0-3 Kansas State.................................................0-1 Kellogg CC.................................................1-7-3 Kent State.............................................29-16-1 Kentucky........................................................1-4 Lake Superior State................................2-2-1 Laurentian.....................................................2-0 Lehigh.............................................................1-0 Loyola.............................................................1-1 Loyola-Chicago...........................................2-1 Malone...........................................................1-0 Marquette.....................................................1-0 Marshall.........................................................8-3 Maryland.......................................................1-0 Massachusetts.............................................0-1 McMaster...................................................1-1-2 Md.-Baltimore County..............................0-1 Memphis State............................................1-0 Miami (Ohio)...........................................12-33 Miami-Dade..................................................1-0 Miami (Fla.)...................................................1-0 Michigan...................................................10-27 Michigan State......................................... 7-20 Michigan Tech..............................................1-0 Middle Tennessee State...........................1-0 Mississippi.....................................................0-1 Missouri..........................................................0-1 Missouri-Kansas City.................................1-0 Montana........................................................1-0 Montana State.............................................1-1 Morehead State...........................................5-0 Navy................................................................1-0 Nebraska-Omaha.......................................0-1 Nevada-Reno...............................................1-0 New Hampshire..........................................0-2 New Mexico State.......................................0-2

Niagara...........................................................1-0 UNC-Greensboro........................................1-0 UNC-Wilmington........................................1-0 North Carolina State..................................2-0 North Florida................................................1-0 Northeastern................................................2-0 Northwestern St..........................................1-0 Northeastern Illinois..................................1-0 Northern Illinois.....................................18-20 Northern Iowa.............................................1-1 Northern Kentucky....................................0-1 Northern Michigan................................2-0-1 Northwestern...............................................1-1 Northwood Institute.................................2-0 Notre Dame .................................................1-6 Oakland....................................................... 21-1 Ohio........................................................16-28-1 Ohio Northern.............................................5-0 Ohio State.....................................................0-5 Ole Miss..........................................................0-1 Pennsylvania................................................1-0 Pittsburgh.....................................................1-4 Portland.........................................................0-1 Presbyterian.................................................1-0 Rhode Island ...............................................1-0 Robert Morris...............................................2-1 Rutgers...........................................................1-0 Sacramento State.......................................0-1 Saint Louis.....................................................1-1 Saint Peter’s..................................................1-0 San Francisco...............................................1-1 San Jose State .............................................0-2 Schoolcraft CC.............................................2-2 Seneca ...........................................................2-0 South Carolina . ..........................................1-1 South Florida................................................1-2 Southeast Missouri....................................1-0

Southern Illinois..........................................1-3 SIU Edwardsville..........................................0-1 Southwest Missouri State........................0-1 Spirit of Six....................................................0-1 Spring Arbor . ..............................................2-0 Stanford.........................................................0-1 Syracuse.........................................................0-1 Temple ..........................................................1-0 Tennessee ....................................................1-3 Texas Tech.....................................................0-2 Toledo........................................................42-11 Utah.................................................................0-2 UTEP................................................................1-0 Valparaiso......................................................4-2 Villanova........................................................1-0 Virginia ..........................................................2-0 VA Commonwealth....................................0-1 Virginia Tech ................................................1-0 Waterloo....................................................0-2-2 Western Illinois............................................3-1 Western Kentucky......................................1-0 Western Michigan ................................19-48 Western Ontario..........................................2-1 Wilfrid Laurier..............................................5-0 William and Mary........................................0-2 Windsor......................................................8-0-1 Winnipeg.......................................................1-1 Wisconsin......................................................0-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay ...............................2-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee...............................5-1 Wisconsin-Superior ..................................1-0 Wright State..................................................3-7 Wayne State..............................................9-7-1 Xavier..............................................................4-1 York..............................................................2-1-1 Youngstown State......................................2-0

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Eastern Michigan University Where We’re Located

Eastern Michigan University is located in historic Ypsilanti, seven miles east of Ann Arbor, 40 miles west of Detroit and just 20 minutes from Detroit Metropolitan Airport. It is an area rich in academic, research, technological and recreational resources. The University also has sites in Livonia, Jackson, Traverse City, Flint, Detroit and Monroe. EMU’s 800 plus-acre main campus of scenic flora and wooded areas includes 18 miles of walkways and jogging trails and has 122 buildings throughout the academic and athletic campuses. Eagle Crest – Eastern Michigan’s conference center, golf course and resort – is located on the banks of nearby Ford Lake. Recently named “A Cool City,” by Michigan’s Governor Jennifer Granholm, Ypsilanti plays a leading role in industry and education. The city and the University have forged close ties that have lasted 160 years.

What Makes Us Unique

In 1849, with the passage of Act No. 138, the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Michigan formally paved the way for the establishment of Michigan State Normal School, with the exclusive purposes of instructing persons in the art of teaching; providing a good common school education; and giving instruction in the mechanic arts, husbandry, agricultural chemistry and the laws of the United States. Since its inception, Eastern Michigan, first as a Normal School, then as a College and finally as a University, has grown and developed to respond to the ever-changing needs of society. Over the years, EMU has educated thousands of sons and daughters of Michigan, the nation, and the world. The University currently serves nearly 22,000 students who are pursuing undergraduate, graduate, specialist, doctoral and certificate degrees in the arts, sciences and professions. In all, more than 200 majors, minors and concentrations are delivered through the University’s Colleges of Arts and Sciences; Business; Education; Health and Human Services; Technology, and its graduate school. Eastern Michigan’s exceptional faculty, students and alumni include CEOs from major businesses; a National Student Teacher of the Year, National Teacher of the Year, numerous Fulbright Scholars and Milken Family Foundation National Educators award winners; and several Michigan Teachers of the Year. EMU is regularly recognized by national publications for its excellence, diversity, and commitment to applied education.

Enrollment Profile

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With nearly 22,000 students, EMU provides a rich learning environment for the university community. The University currently has approximately 17,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students. Our students represent 45 states and 93 foreign countries. Of undergraduate students, 69 percent are full time and 60 percent are women. The most popular majors are education, business, social sciences and history, science and engineering, English, and the health professions. EMU’s population is approximately 70 percent white; 16 percent black; 3 percent international; 6 percent undeclared; 2.5 percent Asian-American; 2 percent Hispanic and 0.5 percent Native-American. Eastern Michigan offers a number of special academic programs to help students succeed. These include the Honors College; the Holman Learning Center; distance learning; accelerated format programs; online, weekend and evening programs and courses; American Humanics certification; the World College Study Abroad Tours; a specialized master’s degree program for corporations offered on site; a double master’s degree; online technologies for education and training through the Centers for Corporate Training; and EMU Worldwide. With more than 200 academic and social organizations, an extensive intramural sports program, 21 NCAA Division I-A sports and numerous cultural activities from which to choose, EMU students have diverse opportunities to become involved in campus life. Students’ on-campus housing choices range from traditional dormitory-style rooms to apartments and include living/learning center options.

Faculty/Staff

EMU’s Economic Impact

Since its founding in 1849, Eastern Michigan has provided quality services to the residents of Ypsilanti, Washtenaw County, the State of Michigan and other states and nations. EMU’s total impact on the Michigan economy of an estimated $3 billion annually reflects a return of more than $30 for each dollar received from the state. The University’s total impact on the Michigan economy results in a contribution of $115 million in state tax revenue. Thus, EMU’s impact on state government tax revenue is $1.25 in taxes for each dollar received from Community Outreach Eastern Michigan is making an impact nationally by the state. channeling its academic research as a means of solving real-world problems. EMU currently has 14 research institutes and centers that focus on community building and civic engagement, quality, community and regional development, small business development, geospatial education, textiles, export assistance and product development. EMU is well known for merging theory and practice for the benefit of the community. Applied research leads to new knowledge, new jobs and new business. Annually, the university receives about $15 million in revenues for sponsored research and community service activities. Eastern Michigan University employs 689 full-time faculty and 1,100 staff members. Ninety-four percent of EMU professors have doctoral degrees or terminal degrees in their field. The student to faculty ratio is 19:1. Faculty work closely with students, and many involve students in their research. In 2009, the University celebrated its 29th annual Undergraduate Symposium; a benchmark program for undergraduate research.

The Alumni Association

Representing more than 142,000 alumni and friends, the Alumni Association sponsors social and service-related programs for more than 20 geographically-based and special-interest alumni chapters.


Eastern Michigan University Mission Statement

Timeline March 28, 1849: State Legislature passed Act No. 138 entitled “An Act to Establish a State Normal School.”

Eastern Michigan University is committed to excellence in teaching through traditional and innovative approaches, the extension of knowledge through basic and applied research, and creative and artistic expression. Building on a proud tradition of national leadership in the preparation of teachers, we maximize educational opportunities and personal and professional growth for students from diverse backgrounds through an array of baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral programs. We strive to provide a student-focused learning environment that enhances the lives of students and positively impacts the community. We extend our commitment beyond the campus boundaries to the wider community through service initiatives, and public and private partnerships of mutual interest addressing local, regional, national and international opportunities and challenges.

Sept. 15, 1897: The student newspaper is renamed The Normal College News, published twice a month.

Our History

1897: MSNS is the first U.S. teacher’s college to become a four-year institution.

When the state of Michigan was just 12 years old, Michigan State Normal School was designated by the state legislature as the first institution to educate teachers to serve the public schools. The University thus began, somewhat humbly, as the sixth teacher education institution in the nation. A campus that today comprises more than 800 acres was once a four-acre plot with one building and two programs of study – a classical course and an English Course. The school’s name has changed several times ­– to Michigan State Normal College in 1899; to Eastern Michigan College in 1956; and finally to Eastern Michigan University in 1959. During its first 100 years, the institution certified thousands of teachers and developed the broad-based curricula that ultimately prepared it for university status. Within that new university, three colleges emerged: Education, Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School. The University has since expanded three more times; adding the College of Business in 1964, the College of Health and Human Services in 1975 and the College of Technology in 1980. More recently Eastern Michigan has developed Extended Programs that include Continuing Education, the Centers for Corporate Training, the World College and numerous community-focused institutes. The University has enhanced its learning environment through structural initiatives during the past several years. Recent construction includes the Terrestrial and Aquatic Research Facility (1998), the Convocation Center (1998), the Bruce T. Halle Library (1998), the John W. Porter College of Education Building (1999), the Everett L. Marshall College of Health and Human Services Building (2000), the Village residence hall (2001), University House (2003) and the Student Center (2006).

Fast Facts

Founded: 1849 - Michigan State Normal School Enrollment: Fifth-largest state institution in Michigan Undergraduates: 17,808 Graduates: 4,830 Gender: Undergraduates: 59% female; 41% male Graduates: 65% female; 35% male Michigan residents: 88 percent President: Susan Martin Board of Regents: Eight-member board, appointed by governor Faculty: 689 full time Faculty holding Ph.D.: 93 percent Student/Faculty Ratio: 19:1 New Freshmen Average GPA: 3.1 New Freshmen Average ACT: 21 New Freshmen Average SAT: 1014 Academic programs: 423 majors, minors and concentrations, plus 167 graduate degrees and certificate programs Doctoral programs: 2 - Educational Leadership; Clinical Psychology Campus Buildings: 122 Campus Size: 880 acres Athletic Affiliation: NCAA Division FBS (1-A) NCAA Conference: Mid-American Conference Mascot: Eagles Colors: Green and White 2009-10 Tuition and Fees* In-state and Ohio, 30 credit hours: Out-of-State, 30 credit hours: Room and Board, 18 meals weekly: *subject to change

$8,377 $22,282 $7,785

The City of Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti is a city in Washtenaw County with a population of 22,362. Originally a trading post established in 1809 by Gabriel Godfroy, a FrenchCanadian fur trader from Montreal, a permanent settlement was established on the east side of the Huron River in 1823 by Major Thomas Woodruff. It was incorporated into the Territory of Michigan as the village Woodruff’s Grove. A separate community a short distance away on the west side of the river was established in 1825 under the name “Ypsilanti”, after Demetrius Ypsilanti, a hero in the Greek War of Independence. Woodruff’s Grove changed its name to Ypsilanti in 1829, and the two communities eventually merged. Henry Ford and the automotive industry came to Ypsilanti in the 1930s and beautiful Ford Lake was created to generate hydroelectric power for the manufacturing plants. During World War II, Ypsilanti became home to the Willow Run Bomber Plant, a factory that would employ 100,000 workers.

Oct. 5, 1852: Official dedication of Michigan State Normal School. March 29, 1853: Michigan State Normal School opens, offering two programs of study, a “classical course” and an “English course.” 1854: Michigan State Normal School holds first commencement, with three graduates. Sept. 1881: The student newspaper, The Normal News, is founded as a monthly. 1890: MSNS is the first Michigan institution to establish a department of geography. Oct. 22, 1896: Theodore Roosevelt visits Michigan State Normal School.

April 28, 1899: Michigan State Normal School is renamed Michigan State Normal College. 1900: Student athletes unofficially adopt the nickname Normalites. Athletes could wear either a “Y” for Ypsilanti or an “N” for Normal. 1915: MSNC is the first U.S. teacher’s college to establish training for teachers of the disabled. Oct. 24, 1929: Athletic teams are named the Hurons. July 1, 1956: Michigan State Normal College becomes Eastern Michigan College. July 6, 1956: The student newspaper is renamed The Eastern Echo, a weekly publication. June 1, 1959: Eastern Michigan College is renamed Eastern Michigan University. 1959: The College of Education is established. 1959: The College of Arts and Sciences is established. Oct. 13, 1960: Senator John F. Kennedy visits Eastern Michigan University 1964: The College of Business is established. 1975: The College of Health and Human Services is established. 1980: The College of Technology is established. 1990: Eastern Michigan University begins the first phase of a $213-million investment in campus renovations. Jan. 30, 1991: The Board of Regents approve changing the Huron name and logo. May 22, 1991: Board of Regents approve new EMU logo and nickname - the Eagles. Sept. 9, 1994: The mascot “Swoop” is officially adopted. Nov. 28, 1995: Groundbreaking for the Bruce T. Halle Library is held. Oct. 30, 1996: President Bill Clinton visits EMU to present a speech on women in the business community. Sept. 20, 1997: A “beaming ceremony” is hosted to celebrate construction of the new Convocation Center. June 1, 1998: The official opening of the $41-million Bruce T. Halle Library is held. Oct. 9, 1998: Official dedication of the Bruce T. Halle Library takes place. Jan. 1, 1999: Eastern Michigan University begins a year-long celebration of its sesquicentennial. May 2000: President Bill Clinton delivers the commencement address at Eastern Michigan University’s Convocation Center. Sept. 21, 2004: A ground breaking Ceremony is held for the New $37.5-million EMU Student Center. May 14, 2008: Dr. Susan Martin is appointed the 22nd president of EMU by a unanimous vote of the EMU Board of Regents. July 7, 2008: Dr. Susan Martin begins her role as EMU President.

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EMU President Susan W. Martin

Dr. Susan W. Martin EMU President Entering her second year as the president of Eastern Michigan University, Dr. Susan W. Martin has made a significant impact on the campus in her short time in Ypsilanti. Named the 22nd president of EMU May 14, 2008, she is the first female president in EMU’s 160-year history. Martin officially took office July 7, 2008. “I am thrilled to be chosen for the honor of leading this great University, which has a strong history of excellent education and a bright future,” said Martin. During her inaugural address Martin 24 set fourth an ambitious vision for the university. The goals included building on the pillars of academic excellence, refreshing alumni relationships, comprehensive fundraising and earning the public’s trust. Under Martin’s guidance in 2008, EMU was again recognized as a “Best

Midwestern College” by The Princeton Review for the sixth straight year. Additionally, for the fifth consecutive year, The Princeton Review recognized Eastern’s College of Business as one of the “Best 296 Business Schools” in the nation. Eastern Michigan also was awarded a 2009 Michigan Historic Preservation Network’s (MHPN) Government/ Institutional Award for its preservation of the University’s core historic campus. Prior to coming to EMU, Martin was the provost and vice-chancellor of academic affairs at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. The majority of Martin’s higher education career was at Grand Valley State University, where she taught and published as a professor of accounting and taxation. Martin served as director of the master of taxation program, director of international business programs, and chair of the accounting and taxation department. In June 2001, Martin joined the GVSU provost’s office and served in roles as assistant, associate, and executive as-

sociate vice president of academic affairs. One of her major duties in that office was to help manage the $154 million budget for the Academic Affairs Division. Before GVSU, Martin was deputy state treasurer for the Bureau of Local Government Services for Michigan from June 1981-June 1984. She also was the commissioner of revenue for the state of Michigan from 1985-1988. Martin is chair of the State of Michigan Hospital Finance Authority, originally appointed by former Gov. Blanchard and then reappointed by Governors Engler and Jennifer Granholm. She also was appointed by Gov. Granholm to serve as her ex-officio representative on The Detroit Medical Center Financial Emergency Task Force in 2003-2004. Martin received her doctoral degree in accounting from Michigan State University in 1988 and her master’s degree in accounting from MSU in 1976. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University in 1971. In 2009, Martin received the MSU Department of Accounting and Information Systems Alumna of the Year Award. Martin is married and has three children.


EMU Board of Regents The Board of Regents is the governing body of Eastern Michigan University. Its current format was created when the State of Michigan ratified a new constitution, Jan. 6, 1964. The Board comprises eight regents who are appointed to eight-year terms by the governor. The current EMU Regents are Roy Wilbanks, chair; Francine Parker, vice chair; Floyd Clack; Gary D. Hawks; Philip A. Incarnati; Mohamed Okdie; Thomas W. Sidlik; and James F.

Stapleton. “Other institutions of higher education established by law having authority to grant baccalaureate degrees shall each be governed by a board of control which shall be a body corporate. The board shall have general supervision of the institution and the control and direction of all expenditures from the institution’s funds. It shall, as often as necessary, elect a president of the institution under its supervision. He shall be the principal executive officer of the institution and be ex-officio a member of the board without the right to vote. The board may elect one of its members or may designate the president to preside at board meetings. Each board of control shall consist of eight members who shall hold office for terms of eight years, not more than two of which shall expire in the same year, and who shall be appointed by the governor by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. Vacancies shall be filled in like manner.”

Roy E. Wilbanks Chair

Roy E. Wilbanks was appointed to the Board of Regents by Governor Granholm in December 2004 to fill the seat vacated by Dr. Rosalind E. Griffin for a term ending in December 2012. Wilbanks was employed by Eastern Michigan University in various roles such as: Assistant to the President for Roy E. Wilbanks Chair Government and Community Relations, Vice President for University Relations and Secretary to the Board of Regents, Executive Vice President, Interim Chief Executive Officer and President and Chief Executive Officer of the Eastern Michigan Foundation. In 2004, he was inducted into the Ypsilanti High School Athletic Hall of Fame and, in 2003, he was awarded the John W. Porter Distinguished Service Award. Wilbanks earned a master’s degree from Eastern Michigan University. Mr. Wilbanks serves as chair of the Athletic Affairs Committee and is a resident of Ypsilanti.

Francine Parker Vice Chair

Floyd Clack

Floyd Clack was appointed by Governor Granholm in June 2005 to fill the seat vacated by Steven G. Gordon, and then reappointed to a full term in January 2007. Clack was a member of the Genesee County Board of Commissioners (District 2) from 1996-2004 and is a former state representative, serving seven terms from 1982 – 1996. He also served as a Floyd Clack member of the Flint City Council from 1979 – 1982 and was a guidance counselor and teacher in the Flint Community Schools. He is a former president of the Flint NAACP. Mr. Clack received a master’s degree in counseling from EMU in 1972. He lives in Flint.

Gary D. Hawks

Gary D. Hawks was appointed by Governor Granholm in January 2007 to replace Sharon Rothwell, who resigned. He is appointed for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2010. He was vice president for Community Development at Davenport University from 1993-1998. From 1987-92, Hawks served in the Michigan Department of Education where he held the position of Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction and Gary D. Hawks served as Interim State Superintendent of Public Instruction from 1987-88 and again from 1991-92. From 1964-81, he held various positions at EMU, including Director of Personnel (1964-70), Executive Director, University Relations (1970-72) and Vice President of University Relations and Secretary to the Board of Regents (1972-81). He has been involved in numerous community organizations such as the Ypsilanti Chamber of Commerce, the Ypsilanti Area Kiwanis, and the Boy Scouts of America. Hawks holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Michigan State University and a Master’s Degree in Higher Education from EMU and an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Madonna University.

Philip A. Incarnati

Philip A. Incarnati was appointed to the board by Governor John Engler in February 1992, to fill the seat left vacant by John Burton. He was reappointed in 1994 for a term ending December 2002. In December 2002, Governor Engler reappointed him for a term ending December 2010. Incarnati is president and chief executive officer for the McLaren Philip A. Health Care Corporation in Flint, Michigan. He is a member Incarnati of the following boards: Michigan Health and Hospital Association, Genesee Area Focus Council, Healthcare Council of MidMichigan, Genesee County Medical Control Authority, Flint Cultural Center, Greater Flint Health Coalition, Flint Area Medical Education Corporation, The One Hundred Club of Flint, Inc., HBO & Company and the Detroit Area CEO Exchange. Incarnati is an Eastern Michigan University alumnus with a bachelor of business administration degree in 1976 and a master’s of business administration in 1982. He served as chair of the Board from 1995 to 2005. He is a resident of Clarkston.

Francine Parker Vice Chair

Francine Parker was appointed by Governor Granholm in January 2007 to replace Joseph Antonini, whose term expired in December 2006. In 2008, Parker retired as president and CEO of Health Alliance Plan. She is appointed for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2014.

Mohamed Okdie

Mohamed Okdie was appointed to the Board by Governor Jennifer Granholm in November 2007 to replace Ismael Ahmed, who resigned to lead the Michigan Department of Human Services. Okdie was reappointed by Governor Granholm in January 2009 to a term that expires Dec. 31, 2016. Okdie is a school social worker for the Detroit Public School Mohamed Okdie System. He received a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and a master’s degree in social work from Wayne State University. Prior to working for the Detroit Public School System, Okdie was a psychiatric social worker at Detroit Receiving Hospital and was a community liaison for Congressman John Conyers.

Thomas W. Sidlik

Thomas W. Sidlik was appointed to the Board of Regents of Eastern Michigan University by Governor Granholm in Dec. 2004 to a term expiring in December 2012. He was elected by the Board as EMU’s Vice-Chair from June 2005 to Jan. 2007. In January 2007, he was elected to be the Chair of the EMU Board of Regents, for a term ending in Feb. 2009. Thomas Sidlik He has served as the Chair of the EMU Educational Policies Committee since January 2007. In March 2009 he was appointed to be the Vice Chair of the Faculty Affairs Committee. He is a member of the Finance Policy Committee. In other capacities, he is also a member of the Board of Directors of The Detroit Institute of Arts. Sidlik retired as a member of the Board of Management of DaimlerChrysler AG in Aug. 2007. Sidlik has been Vice-Chairman of the National Minority Supplier Development Council and Chairman of the Council’s Executive Committee. Mr. Sidlik is a resident of Ann Arbor.

James F. Stapleton

James Stapleton was appointed by Governor Granholm in January 2007 to replace Karen Valvo, who resigned. Stapleton is president and CEO of B&R Consultants. Stapleton was reappointed by Governor Granholm in January 2009 to a term that expires Dec. 31, 2016.

James F. Stapleton

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Director of Athletics Dr. Derrick Gragg

Dr. Derrick Gragg Athletics Director

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The mark of an exceptional athletics program is the progress that is made each year. And under the leadership of athletics director Dr. Derrick Gragg, the Eastern Michigan University department of athletics has turned in a trio of successful campaigns in his first three years at the helm. During Gragg’s first year at EMU in 2006-07, the department set a school and Mid-American Conference record by capturing a remarkable eight team conference titles, adding a league post-season crown and recording two runnerup finishes. The MAC-record eight team championships eclipsed the mark of six held jointly by Central Michigan University (2003-04) and Western Michigan University (1984-85). In 2007-08, Gragg’s second as athletics director, EMU followed up the record-breaking eight championships in 2006-07 with four league regular-season titles and one MAC Tournament crown and the Eagles secured the Reese Trophy which is awarded annually to the top overall men’s athletics program in the league. Eastern had won the prestigious Reese Trophy three previous times (1987-88, 1990-91 and 199596). Gragg was nationally recognized for the leadership in 2008-09, earning the Black Coaches & Administrators (BCA) Administrator of the Year Award. He received the award at the BCA National Convention and Expo Awards Banquet, May 29, 2009, in Indianapolis, Ind. The Eagles won a pair of MAC titles last season in men’s cross country and swimming, while finishing as the runner-up in men’s golf, men’s indoor track, men’s outdoor track, women’s golf and women’s soccer en route to a second place

finish in the Reese Trophy standings. Gragg was named EMU’s 11th athletic director, Feb. 21, 2006, after spending the previous six years at the University of Arkansas. He first joined the U of A in 2000 as an associate athletic director and was promoted to senior associate athletic director in 2003 and then to deputy athletic director. In his tenure at Arkansas, Gragg was involved in various areas including: athletic administration, sport program oversight, marketing, sports information, recruitment, budget, student-athlete support, compliance, facilities and game management, fund-raising and research. During his career, Gragg has published several articles and editorials on intercollegiate athletics as well as a nationwide study on sports-related gambling. He is a former member of the NCAA’s Minority Opportunities & Interests Committee, having served as co-chair of the committee in 2004-05. Gragg also served as a member of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Northwest Arkansas Board of Directors and as a member of the American Heart Association, Northwest Arkansas Board of Directors. He currently serves as a member of the NCAA’s Legislative Council and is a member of the NACDA Division I-A Athletic Directors Scholarship Ad Hoc Steering Committee. A former collegiate wide receiver, Gragg lettered four years at Vanderbilt while earning his degree. He graduated with a bachelor’s in human development in 1992 and was a member of the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll during his senior year. Gragg served from 1993 to 1995 as an academic counselor at his alma mater before adding the title of director

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of student life in his final year at Vanderbilt. During his time as a Commodore athletic administrator, he coordinated student life and support programs as well as supervising the academic counseling programs for studentathletes. In 1995, Gragg was named director of compliance & operations at the University of Missouri. During his two years in Columbia, he was the game event manager for 10 Olympic sports programs and served on the Big 12 Compliance Coordinators Group during his last year as compliance coordinator at the university. Named assistant athletic director for compliance at Michigan in 1997, Gragg spent three years with oversight of the UM compliance department. While serving in Ann Arbor, Gragg also earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State University. He then served on the faculty at WSU, teaching intercollegiate sport administration and sports marketing classes. During the past three years, he has also served as an adjunct faculty instructor at both WSU and EMU. Gragg earned his doctorate in higher education administration from the U of A in May of 2004 and also taught two undergraduate courses during his tenure there as an athletic administrator. Gragg is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He is also a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the Black Coaches and Administrators (BCA). Gragg and his wife, Sanya, have a daughter, DeSha, 15, and two sons, Avery, 12, and PhillipRaymond, 8.

THE DERRICK GRAGG FILE

Derrick Lamont Gragg 11-19-69 in Huntsville, Ala. Lee H.S. (Graduated in 1988) Vanderbilt University (Graduated in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in human development) Wayne State University (Graduated in 1999 with a master’s degree in sports administration) University of Arkansas (Earned his doctorate in higher education administration in 2004) Wife: Sanya (Whittaker); Daughter: DeSha (15); Sons: Avery (12) and Phillip-Raymond (8)

Intercollegiate Athletics Experience Year School Position 2006-Pre. Eastern Michigan University Director of Athletics 2000-2006 University of Arkansas 2003-06 Senior Associate Athletics Director 2000-03 Associate Athletics Director/Compliance 1997-2000 University of Michigan Director of Compliance 1995-97 University of Missouri Director of Compliance and operations 1993-95 Vanderbilt University Academic Counselor for two years; Director of Student Life for his final year


EMU Athletic Department Personnel

Lori Baron Athletic Secretary

Bobbie Bowling Senior Account Specialist

Liz Broughton Faculty Athletics Representative

Erin Burdis Asst. Director of SASS

Matthew Cohen Nelligan Sports Marketing

Doug Dowdy Associate Athletic Director

Craig Fink Associate Athletic Director

Karen Hansen Administrative Secretary

Stephannnie HarveyVandenberg Assoc. AD/SWA

Erich Keil Facilities Manager

Mike Malach Associate Athletic Director

Jessica Nietrzeba Development Assistant

Steve Nordwall Head Athletic Trainer

Dr. Michael Paciorek Faculty Compliance Associate

Ann Pierson Academic Counselor

Dr. Melody Reifel Werner Associate Athletic Director

Scott Schultz Director of Marketing

Wayne Smith Asst. Equipment Manager

Jay Sofen Equipment Manager

Megan Snow Staff Athletic Trainer

Greg Steiner Asst. Director of Media Relations

Jim Streeter Assoc. AD/ Media Relations

Mike Szerszen Head Strength Coach

Bill Tuscany Assoc. Athletic Trainer

EMU Head Coaches

Jay Alexander Baseball

Karen Baird Softball

Kim Berrington Volleyball

Bruce Cunningham Men’s Golf

Derek DelPorto Wrestling

Ron English Football

Brad Fairchild Men’s Track

AnnMarie Gilbert Women’s Basketball

John Goodridge Men’s XC

Scott Hall Women’s Soccer

Brad Holdren Rowing

Peter Linn Swimming

Sue Parks Women’s Cross Country/Track

Charles E. Ramsey Men’s Basketball

Ryan Ray Women’s Tennis

Buck Smith Diving

Sandy Wagner Women’s Golf

Steve Wilce Gymnastics

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NCAA Compliance

Recruiting Do's And Don'ts Only EMU coaches may be involved in the recruiting process. Boosters may not make any recruiting contacts with prospective studentathletes, Boosters are prohibited from the following: • Do not telephone, write or make in-person contact with a prospect for recruiting purposes • Do not contact a prospect's coach, principal or counselor in an attempt to evaluate the prospect • Do not become involved in making arrangements for a prospect, the prospect's relatives or friends to receive money or financial aid of any kind • Do not visit a prospect's school to acquire films or transcripts in an attempt to evaluate the prospect's academic or athletics eligibility • Do not have contact with a prospect, their relatives or friends during any of their visits to EMU's campus • Do not contact student-athletes enrolled in other four-year institutions regarding the possibility of transferring to EMU

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Even though there are many rules prohibiting your involvement with prospects and the recruiting process, as a booster you are permitted to do the following: • Notify EMU coaching staff about noteworthy prospects in your area, • Attend a prospect's athletics event on your own initiative, provided no contact with the prospect, the prospect's parents or coach occurs, • Continue existing friendships, provided solicitation of a prospect's enrollment does not occur.

FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact Dr. Melody Reifel Werner, EMU’s Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Special Projects.

Dr. Melody Reifel Werner mreifel@emich.edu 734.487.2327

The Eastern Michigan University Office of Athletics Compliance is committed to a comprehensive compliance program that educates student-athletes, prospective student-athletes, institutional employees, community members and boosters about the importance of adhering to NCAA, Mid-American Conference and institutional rules. The commitment to compliance ensures institutional control over the department of athletics. The existence of a successful compliance program depends on the willingness of coaches, administrators, staff, student-athletes and boosters to be cognizant of NCAA, MAC and institutional rules. WHAT IS COMPLIANCE? At Eastern Michigan University, the Office of Compliance works within the department of athletics and the University to ensure EMU's compliance with all applicable NCAA, MAC and institutional rules. In doing so, the compliance office is charged with the following tasks: • Educating administrators, coaches, staff, prospective student-athletes, current student-athletes and boosters about NCAA, MAC and institutional rules; • Developing monitoring systems to ensure compliance with NCAA, MAC and institutional rules (e.g., recruiting, academic eligibility, financial aid, awards and benefits, amateurism and agents); • Investigating and reporting violations of NCAA, MAC and institutional rules. ARE YOU A BOOSTER? You are a booster if you are or ever have: • Been a member of a booster organization that supports EMU athletics (e.g., EMU Athletic Club, E-Gridiron Group); • Made any financial contributions to the athletics department; • Been involved in promoting EMU's athletics program; • Been a season ticket holder; or • Provided benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their relatives or friends. You can become a booster if you provide benefits to prospects, student-athletes, their relatives or friends and any of the following statements are true: • The relationship between the athlete (or parents of the athlete) and the individual providing the benefits developed as a result of the athlete's participation in athletics or their reputation as an athlete; • The relationship began only after the athlete become a prospect; • The relationship began only after the athlete had achieved notoriety due to his or her athletic ability or reputation; • The pattern of benefits increased after the athlete attained notoriety as a talented athlete.

ONCE A BOOSTER ALWAYS A BOOSTER. Once an individual is identified as a booster, the person retains that identity forever! This is true even if the individual no longer contributes to, or is involved with, EMU's athletics program. WHO IS A PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETE? A prospective student-athlete (prospect) is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade, students enrolled in preparatory schools and two-year colleges are also considered prospects. An individual remains a prospect even after he/she signs a National Letter of Intent. WHAT IS AN EXTRA BENEFIT? An extra benefit is any special arrangement by a EMU employee or booster to provide a prospect, student-athlete or their relatives or friends a benefit not expressly authorized by the NCAA. Examples of impermissible benefits include, but are not limited to, the following: • Gifts of cash, clothing, equipment or any other tangible item; • A special discount, payment arrangement or credit on any purchase or service; • Loan of money or co-signing of loans; • A vehicle, use of a vehicle, or any transportation expenses; • Free or reduced-cost services, purchases or rentals; • Entertainment on- or off-campus; or • Free or reduced-cost rent or housing. WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES? EMU is responsible for the actions of its boosters. If a booster provides an impermissible benefit to a prospect, student-athlete, their relatives or friends, EMU may be subject to penalties from the NCAA and Mid-American Conference. When a violation occurs, regardless of intention, it can: • Jeopardize the eligibility of prospective and current student-athletes; • Result in the EMU athletics program being penalized by the NCAA and/or the MidAmerican Conference; and • Cause you to lose benefits or privileges associated with the athletics department (i.e., booster club membership, ticket privileges). QUESTIONS? The above information is a brief overview of compliance and rules pertaining to boosters and their interactions with prospective studentathletes. If you have any questions about any NCAA, MAC or institutional rules, please contact the Dr. Melody Reifel Werner at 734.487.2327 or mreifel@emich.edu. For more information on compliance and boosters, please visit the Office of Athletic Compliance's website at: EMUEagles.com/compliance


Student-Athlete Support Services Student-Athlete Support Services

Academic, personal and professional support are essential to college success. At EMU, Student-Athlete Support Services (SASS) helps student-athletes reach their full potential. Our philosophy is to offer an academic support program, integrated with the University, that will assist all student-athletes with their transition into college. This all-encompassing support continues throughout each student-athlete’s collegiate career, until the day he or she receives a diploma, lands a job or enters graduate school. Being proactive rather than reactive, our staff does not wait for an academic crisis to occur. We gather important background information and build an academic profile on each student-athlete, assessing his or her needs in advance. Services provided through SASS include the following: programs that focus on student-athletes’ special needs, monitoring academic performance, providing learning assistance, assisting with registration procedures, assisting in monitoring athletic eligibility, providing priority registration and making sure that athletes are advised about current NCAA, MAC and University rules and regulations. Freshmen and transfer student-athletes encounter a major transition when making the switch from high school or community college to a university. These students, while adjusting to their new routines, receive extra attention and support. College is not easy. But with hard work and dedication from both the studentathlete and the support staff, the student-athlete can have a successful college experience. The success of Eastern’s student-athletes hinges on their willingness to seek assistance from SASS as well as other University student services. SASS staff members continually refer student-athletes to the Admissions Office, Academic Advising Center, Career Services Center, Health Services, the Records Office, Financial Aid and The Holman Learning Center. Faculty members also provide assistance to student-athletes through advising in course selection and providing additional help with courses when requested.

Athletic Training and Sports Medicine

The Eastern Michigan University Sports Medicine Department has a long history and reputation for excellence in the health care of student-athletes and the education of athletic training students. Founding practitioners Gary Strickland, Ron Venis and Dr. Wally Roeser envisioned a goal of first-class prevention, management and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for all student-athletes. Although the department continues to grow, its primary mission remains the same. The student-athletes participating in intercollegiate athletics receive comprehensive health care from an expansive sports medicine team. The Eastern Michigan University Sports Medicine staff is led by Dr. Wally Roeser and head athletic trainer Steve Nordwall. Additionally, the staff consists of two primary care sports medicine fellows, three full-time staff athletic trainers, two full-time athletic training clinical educators, five graduate assistant athletic trainers. Our sports medicine staff works in conjunction with various medical professionals within the community who provide nutritional, dental, vision and other specialized services for our student-athletes. At Eastern Michigan University, the philosophy of the Sports Medicine staff is two-fold: to provide a high standard of medical care through effective preventive and management programs, and to facilitate an effective post-injury rehabilitation process for a safe return to competition. In all cases, the ultimate well-being of each student-athlete is considered our number one priority, not only while they compete at Eastern Michigan University, but during their lifetime as well. The Sports Medicine staff operates out of three campus athletic training facilities in the Convocation Center, Bowen Field House and the Rynearson Stadium team building.

Strength and Conditioning

The main focus of the EMU strength and conditioning program is to develop the complete student-athlete. Everything that is incorporated into the training program relates to success on the court. The program is not just about lifting weights, but rather the development of all aspects of athletic performance. These areas include speed, strength, quickness, agility, flexibility, explosion, sports nutrition and mental toughness. One of the main objectives of the program is to improve the players’ agility and speed. The goal is to develop stronger and more physical student-athletes without losing speed or flexibility. With that in mind, our staff focuses on improving strength in the “Power Zone.” Abdominal, lower back and hip strength are crucial for an athlete’s success. Increasing strength in these areas decreases the chance and severity of injury and assists in strength and power development. EMU athletes are pushed as much as possible to prepare for competition. The athletes are challenged through physically demanding and intense workouts year-round. The athletes are also challenged during each workout with some type of mental toughness/physical challenge. We train not only the physical side of the student-athlete, but also the mental and competitive side. While everyone lifts weights during the year, EMU Eagle student-athletes will also condition. This places us as one of the best conditioned teams in the country each year. Our goal is simple: Be the best conditioned/most physical team in the country. A highly motivated athlete is a program’s most valuable asset. Everyone in the country works on developing their athletes from the neck down, but at EMU, our program strives for excellence both mentally and physically. Our staff works to develop long-term and short-term goals for success. We work closely with the athletes so we know exactly what they are doing and what they need to do to improve. Developing athletes is a year-round task for our strength staff. During the year, the athletes will spend almost as much time in the weight room as they do on the court. Strength and Conditioning at EMU is a full-time commitment. There is no such thing as part-time champions. EMU athletes work hard but have fun. The camaraderie and work ethic developed in the weight room carry onto the field.

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EMU Convocation Center

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The Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center, in its 11th season as the crown jewel of EMU athletics, opened up a new era of excitement on the west campus of EMU in the fall of 1998. The state-of-the-art, $29-million facility is the result of a decade-long effort to improve and upgrade University facilities and followed closely the opening of the $41-million Bruce T. Halle Library on the main campus. Construction of the Convocation Center began in the spring of 1997 and culminated with its dedication game, Dec. 9, 1998, with a men’s basketball game against the University of Michigan in front of a crowd of 7,647. Since its opening, the Convocation Center has served as home court for the Eagles’ men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. The EMU wrestling team and women’s gymnastics team have held several meets on the arena floor. The Convocation Center has also served as the site for four Mid-American Conference Championships. EMU hosted the 2000 and 2007 MAC Gymnastics Championship and the 2002 and 2009 MAC Wrestling Championship. The arena has been the host site for four firstround MAC Women’s Basketball Tournament games, four first-round MAC Volleyball Tournament games and one first-round game for the men’s basketball squad. The Convocation Center also played host to the 2008 WNBA’s Eastern Conference Finals and the WNBA Championship, as the Detroit Shock utilized the facility for the playoffs. Along with their commitment to EMU Athletics, the Convocation Center staff has brought some of the finest entertainers in the world to Ypsilanti. The Convo has hosted concerts by the Black Crowes, Indigo Girls, Godsmack, Smashmouth, Ludacris, Bob Dillion, Toby Keith, Matchbox Twenty, Goo Goo Dolls, Dave Chapelle and John Mayer.

The Convocation Center is also the site for EMU’s spring and winter commencement ceremonies. Among other events that have taken place include numerous youth sporting competitions, high school commencements, trade shows, job fairs, conventions, charity and community awareness events as well as a circus. The 204,316-square-foot facility features three user-friendly levels — arena, concourse and office — and three seating configurations to maximize crowd capacity and space usage. The largest seating capacity is for centerstage entertainment activities, with 9,500 seats available. The capacity for basketball games is approximately 8,800. EMU’s athletic administration is located on the office level, along with offices for the EMU football, men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball coaching staffs. The EMU Athletic Media Relations Office, as well as offices for the Convocation Center staff, are located on the office level. The main athletic training room and office space for EMU’s sports medicine staff is located on the arena level as are strength and conditioning facilities and equipment rooms. There is no doubt that the Convocation Center has become a special place for athletic events, but there is a warm spot in the hearts of Eastern Michigan fans for Bowen Field House, the home for men’s and women’s basketball games for 43 years. Bowen was built in 1955 at a cost of $1.25 million. The facility has 79,529 square feet of floor space and includes an eight-laps-to-themile indoor track. An additional 9,394 square feet, along with new permanent seating, a new court and upgrading of the facility was completed in 1982 at a cost of $506,938. Bowen still serves as home to EMU’s track teams and also serves as a practice facility for many of Eastern’s varsity squads.

Tale of the Tape The Convocation Center Cost - $29.6 million Square Feet - 204,316 Seating Capacity (Basketball) - 8,824 Seating Capacity (Other Events) - 9,512 Building Time Frame Construction Started: 1996 Dedication: December 12, 1998 Design/Build Team Barton-Malow Company Architects Rossetti Associates of Birmingham/ The Argos Group


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The EMU Identity Since the 1991 season, Eastern Michigan University athletic teams have gone by the nickname “Eagles.” The Eagles name was officially adopted on May 22, 1991, when the EMU Board of Regents voted to replace the existing Huron nickname and logo with the new one. EMU originally went by the nicknames “Normalites,”“Men from Ypsi”and various other titles through the years before “Hurons” was adopted in 1929. The “Hurons” first came into being as the result of a contest sponsored by the Men’s Union in 1929. On Oct. 31 of that year, a three-person committee, composed of Dr. Clyde Ford, Dr. Elmer Lyman and Professor Bert Peet, selected the name “Hurons” from the many entries in the contest. The name was submitted by two students, Gretchen Borst and George Hanner. Hanner was working at the Huron Hotel at the time of the contest and was no doubt as much influenced by his place of employment as by the Huron Indian tribe. The runner-up name in that contest was Pioneers. EMU began investigating the appropriateness of its Huron Indian logo after the Michigan Department of Civil Rights issued a report in October 1988 suggesting that all schools using such logos drop them. The report indicated that the use of Native American names, logos and mascots for athletic teams promoted racial stereotypes. At that time, four colleges, 62 high schools and 33 junior high/middle schools in Michigan used Indian logos or names. The EMU Board of Regents voted to replace the Huron name with Eagles, taken from three recommendations from a committee charged with supplying a new nickname. The other two final names submitted were Green Hornets and Express.

Eastern Eagles Fight Song

A Look Back at EMU’s Logos

“Eastern Eagles, hats off to you! Fight, fight, fight for ole EMU. Look to the sky, the Eagles will fly, the bravest we’ll defy. ... Rah,rah, rah!”

1929-1991

“Hold that line for ole Green and White. Sons and daughters show your might. So, FIGHT, FIGHT! for ole EMU and vic-tor-y!”

1991-1994

EMU Alma Mater Eastern, sacred Alma Mater to your name we shall be true. Ever marching on to victory, we’ll stand by to see you through, Softly floating on the breeze, verdant green with white of snow, This our banner we will carry in our hearts whe’er we go.

1995-2001

Go Green Go Green, roll up the score. Go Green, let’s get some more. Raise a cheer for old Green and White. Let’s show them we came here to fight. Go Green, vic’try we’ll claim. Go Green, let’s win this game. We’ll always fight for old EMU. Come on and let’s go Green!

2002

2003-present

Some of EMU’s Prominent Alumni • Charlie Batch, Lional Dalton, Jason Jones, L. J. Shelton, Barry Stokes, Kevin Walter – professional football players • Ron Campbell – President, Tampa Bay Lightning

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Fred Cofield, Earle Higgins, Harvey Marlatt, George Gervin, Grant Long, Derrick Dial, Earl Boykins, Carl Thomas, Charles Thomas – professional basketball players

• General John G. Coburn -- one of eight four-star generals in the United States • Hayes Jones -- Olympic gold medalist

• Bruce T. Halle -- Founder and CEO of Discount Tire Co.

• Rodney Slater -- former U.S. Secretary of Transportation

• John Heffron -- Winner of NBC’s Last Comic Standing in 2004

• Shirley Spork -- co-founder of the LPGA

• Greg Mathis –Judge and later TV personality • Lloyd Olds - designed the zebra shirt worn by referees • Dean Rockwell – Olympic team wrestling coach in 1964 • Rocky Roe -- Major League Baseball umpire • Jack Roush -- CEO and owner of Roush Racing

• Bob Welch -- Cy Young Award winner


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The Mid-American Conference

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Since its inception in 1946, the Mid-American Conference has progressively grown and developed into one of the most aggressive Division I conferences in the country. One of only 11 football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conferences, the MAC named Dr. Jon Steinbrecher as its eighth commissioner in the 63-year history of the league this past March. Steinbrecher came to the MAC after serving for six years as the commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference. The league has grown its commitment to championships by expanding to six its number of neutral site post season events – football (Detroit’s Ford Field), volleyball (Toledo’s SeaGate Centre), men’s and women’s basketball (Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena), softball (Akron’s Firestone Stadium) and most recently baseball (Chillicothe’s VA Memorial Stadium). The MAC tied a league record in 2008 with five schools participating in bowl games – Buffalo (International); Ball State (GMAC); Central Michigan (Motor City); Western Michigan (Texas); and Northern Illinois (Independence Bowl). The 2008 season also saw the first MAC football team ranked in the Top 25 since 2003. Ball State was ranked as high as 12th in the BCS Standings, 12th in the AP and 13th in the USA Today Poll. The Cardinals were ranked in all three polls for 10 straight weeks. MAC football teams won a league record four games versus opponents from the Big Ten. Toledo became the first MAC team to ever beat Michigan in Ann Arbor; Ball State won its first-ever game against a Big Ten foe when the Cardinals beat Indiana; Central Michigan also defeated Indiana; and Western Michigan beat Illinois in a game played at Ford Field. In its partnership with ESPN, the MAC signed an eight-year rights agreement through the 2016-2017 academic year for football, as well as men’s and women’s basketball. The deal will be the most extensive in the 63-year history of the conference. The new deal calls for a minimum of 25 events annually to be produced and aired on an ESPN platform including the men’s and women’s basketball championships, a regular-season MAC presence on ESPN, the Marathon MAC Football Championship and a minimum of 11 regular-season football games. Women’s athletics shined for the MAC this past year. For the first time in the history of the

conference the MAC sent three teams to the NCAA women’s volleyball tournament (Miami, Ohio and Western Michigan). Western Michigan became only the third team to make it to the Sweet Sixteen (Ohio 2005 and Western Michigan 1983). In women’s basketball MAC Tournament Champion Ball State upset perennial national power Tennessee in the first round of the NCAA tournament handing the Lady Vols their first ever loss in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. The victory was named “Pontiac Game Changing Performance” of the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, while first year head coach Kelly Packard was named Maggie Dixon Division I Rookie Coach of the Year by the WBCA. Akron continued its dominance of MAC men’s soccer with its 11 regular-season championship to go along with its sixth MAC Tournament title – both league records. The Zips were ranked as high as No. 2 during the season and reached the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament before falling to Northwestern, 1-0. Steve Zakuani, who helped guide the University of Akron men’s soccer program to a record-setting campaign in 2008, was the first overall pick of the 2009 Major League Soccer Super Draft. Zakuani earned 2008 MAC Men’s Soccer Player of the Year honors and was a finalist for the Hermann Trophy, which goes to the best men’s soccer player in the country. From two-time Super Bowl quarterback winning Ben Roethlisberger (Miami University), NFL Defensive MVP James Harrison (Kent State University), British Open winner Ben Curtis (Kent State University), World Series winning manager Bob Brenly (Ohio University) and Olympic bobsled team member Brock Kreitzburgh (University of Toledo), the Mid-American Conference continues to excel in producing leaders in the world of athletics.

History of the MAC Based in Cleveland since July 1999 following a 15-year stay in Toledo, Ohio, the MAC has established historic measurements in both football and men’s and women’s basketball since moving to Northeast Ohio. The Mid-American Conference was founded as a five-school league on February 24, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio with Ohio, Butler, Cincinnati, Wayne State and Western Reserve admitted as charter members. The MidAmerican Conference has 12 full-time schools and a 13th, Temple, for football only. Comprising the East Division is the University of Akron (joined in 1992), Bowling Green State University (1952), University at Buffalo (1998), Kent State University (1951), Miami University (1947), Ohio University (1946) and Temple University (2007). The West Division members are Ball State University (1973), Central Michigan University (1971), Eastern Michigan University (1971), Northern Illinois University (1975-86, 1997), University of Toledo (1950) and Western Michigan University (1947). In 1946 men’s basketball was the first competitive sport in the MAC, which now sponsors a total 23 sports. Women’s sports were brought into the conference’s structure in 1980. For men, championships (11) are sponsored in football, basketball, baseball, cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, golf and tennis. For women, championships (12) are sponsored in basketball, softball, volleyball, cross country, field hockey, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis.


2009 MAC Composite Schedule Friday, Aug. 28 Northern Illinois vs. Western Illinois,10 a.m. C. Michigan vs. N. Dakota St., 11:30 A.m. Eastern Michigan vs. Fairfield, Noon Akron vs. SIU Edwardsville, 2:30 Eastern Michigan vs. Sacred Heart, 3P.m. Bowling Green vs. Loyola (MD), 3 p.m. Ohio vs. South Dakota State, 6 P.m. Miami vs. Penn State, 6 p.m. Buffalo vs. Boston College, 7 P.m. Central Michigan vs. Florida St., 7 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Robert Morris, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Indiana State, 7:30 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. Southern Illinois, 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Bryant, 7 p.m. Ball State vs. Purdue, 7:30 p.m. Kent State at IPFW Tournament, TBA Saturday, Aug. 29 Toledo vs. Marist, 10 a.m. Eastern Michigan at Army, Noon Ball State vs. Dayton, Noon Miami vs. Saint Louis, Noon Buffalo vs. Fordham, Noon Northern Illinois vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2 p.m. Central Michigan vs. Florida A&M, 2 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Howard, 3 p.m. Akron vs. UMKC, 4:30 p.m. Ball State vs. Coastal Carolina, 5 p.m. Miami vs. Alabama, 6 p.m. Ohio vs. Duke, 6 p.m. Buffalo vs. Seton Hall, 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Kennesaw State, 7 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Duquesne, 7 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. Illinois Chicago, 7 p.m. Western Michigan vs. UCLA, 10 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Hawai‘i, Midnight Kent State vs. TBA Sunday, Aug. 30 Ohio vs. Wisconsin, 4 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Santa Clara, 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.1 Northern Illinois at Bradley, 7 p.m. Eastern Michigan at IPFW, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4 Akron vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 11:30 a.m. Northern Illinois vs. Northern Iowa, 2 p.m. Buffalo vs. Penn State, 4 p.m. Eastern Michigan vs. Miami (FL), 4:30 p.m. Toledo vs. Stony Brook, 4 p.m. Akron vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 5 p.m. Ball State vs. IPFW, 7:30 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Wake Forest, 7 p.m. C. Michigan at Wisconsin-Green Bay, 7 p.m. Bowling Green at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Ohio vs. Northern Iowa, 8 p.m. Kent State vs. TBA Saturday, Sept. 5 Western Michigan vs. Illinois St.,10 a.m. Mia.m.i OH vs. Northwestern, 10 a.m. Toledo vs. Colgate, 10 a.m. Akron at Ole Miss, 11:30 a.m. Central Michigan vs. Iowa, 11 a.m. Eastern Michigan at N. Colorado, Noon Ball State vs. SIU Edwardsville, 12:30 p.m. Buffalo vs. Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Texas Tech, 1 p.m. Northern Illinois at Middle Tennessee, 2 p.m. Ohio vs. Georgia Tech, 3 p.m. Central Michigan vs. S. Dakota St., 4:30 p.m. E. Michigan vs. N. Dakota St., 4:30 p.m. Mia.m.i OH vs. Western Kentucky, 4:30 p.m. Buffalo vs. Robert Morris, 4 p.m. Bowling Green vs. SE Louisiana, 5 p.m. Akron vs. Alcorn St., 5 p.m. Ball State vs. Louisville, 7:30 p.m. Toledo vs. Harvard, 7 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. Georgia Tech, 7 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Dayton, 7 p.m. Kent State vs. TBA

Sunday, Sept. 6 Ohio at Middle Tennessee, 3 p.m. Miami OH at IUPUI, 3p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9 Eastern Michigan vs. Michigan, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. Niagara, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11 Northern Illinois vs. Memphis, 11:30 a.m. Akron vs. St. Francis (Pa.), Noon Western Michigan vs. Marquette, Noon E. Michigan vs. NW St., 4:30 p.m. Ball State vs. Chicago State, 4 p.m. Miami vs. St. John’s. 5 p.m. Ohio vs. Indiana, 7 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Wisc.-Green Bay, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Bucknell, 7:30 p.m. Northern Illinois at Western Kentucky, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. Youngstown St., 7 p.m. W. Michigan at Wisc.-Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Kent State vs. TBA Toledo vs. TBA Saturday, Sept. 12 Eastern Michigan vs. Arkansas St.,10 a.m. Miami vs. Troy, 10 a.m. Ball State vs. Eastern Illinois, 10 a.m. Northern Illinois vs. Tennessee Tech, 11 a.m. Akron vs. West Virginia, 11 a.m. Western Michigan vs. Kansas, Noon Bowling Green vs. N. Iowa, 12:30 p.m. Ohio vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2:30 p.m. Buffalo vs. Youngstown St., 4 p.m. Western Michigan vs. South Dakota, 6 p.m. Miami OH vs. Pacific, 7 p.m. E. Michigan at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. Akron vs. TCU, 7:30 p.m. Ohio vs. Delaware, 7 p.m. Ball State at Indiana State, 7 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Robert Morris, 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 13 Ohio vs. Missouri State, 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15 Ball State vs. Orlando Predators, 7 P.m. Northern Illinois vs. Wisc.-Milwaukee, 7 P.m. Western Michigan at IPFW, 7 P.m. Central Michigan at Illinois-Chicago, 7 P.m. Buffalo vs. Syracuse, 7 P.m. Friday, Sept. 18 Ball State vs. Penn, Noon Miami vs. Sacred Heart, 1 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Cleveland State, 3:30 p.m. Ball State vs. George Washington, 4:30 p.m. Central Michigan vs. N. Texas, 4 p.m. Buffalo vs. St. John’s, 4 p.m. Toledo vs. UC Davis, 6 p.m. Western Michigan at Indiana, 7 p.m. Eastern Michigan at DePaul, 7:30 p.m. Ohio at Purdue, 7:30 p.m. Akron at Northwestern, 7 p.m. Bowling Green at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m. Kent State vs. TBA Saturday, Sept. 19 Central Michigan vs. Lamar, 9 a.m. Ball State at Towson, 10 a.m. E. Michigan vs. Sacramento State, 10 a.m. Akron vs. Cincinnati, 10:30 a.m. Miami OH vs. Houston, 11 a.m. Toledo vs. Saint Louis, Noon W. Michigan vs. North Carolina A&T, Noon E. Michigan vs. W. Kentucky, 12:30 p.m. Buffalo vs. Colgate, 1 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Xavier, 3:30 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Alabama A&M, 5 p.m. Akron vs. Long Island, 5 p.m. Toledo vs. SIU Edwardsville, 6 p.m. Central Michigan at Sam Houston St., 6 p.m. Buffalo at Cornell, 7 p.m. Miami at Stephen F. Austin, 8 p.m. Kent State vs. TBA

Monday, Sept. 21 Western Michigan vs. Cincinnati, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22 Bowling Green vs. Oakland, 7 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. DePaul, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24 Ohio vs. Kent State, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25 Bowling Green vs. Akron, 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Western Michigan, 7 p.m. Eastern Michigan vs. C. Michigan, 7 p.m. Ball State vs. Northern Illinois, 7 p.m. Miami vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 Bowling Green vs. Buffalo, 3 p.m. Toledo vs. Northern Illinois, 6 p.m. Akron vs. Mia.m.i OH, 7 p.m. Ohio vs. Central Michigan, 7 p.m. Ball State vs. Western Michigan, 7 p.m. Miami vs. Akron, 7 p.m. Kent State vs. Eastern Michigan, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1 Northern Illinois vs. W. Michigan, 7 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Miami OH, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2 Eastern Michigan vs. Toledo, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. Kent State, 7 p.m. Central Michigan vs. Ball State, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3 Northern Illinois vs. Maryland, 7 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. Central Michigan vs. Toledo, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Kent State, 7 p.m. Eastern Michigan vs. Ball State, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6 Eastern Michigan vs. Oakland, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8 Buffalo vs. Akron, 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Ball State, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9 Ohio vs. Bowling Green 7 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. Central Michigan, 7 p.m. Kent State vs. Miami, 7 p.m. W. Michigan vs. Eastern Michigan, 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 23 Northern Illinois vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Kent State, 7 p.m. Central Michigan vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. Ball State vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Miami, 7 p.m. Eastern Michigan vs. Akron, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24 Toledo vs. Bowling Green, 3 p.m. Ball State vs. Miami, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Central Michigan, 7 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. Kent State, 7 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. Central Michigan vs. Akron, 7 p.m. Eastern Michigan vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 Kent State vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. C. Michigan vs. Eastern Michigan, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 Western Michigan vs. Ball State, 7 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. Toledo, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Miami, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31 Akron vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. Miami, 7 p.m. Northern Illinois vs. Ball State, 7 p.m. Western Michigan vs. Toledo, 7 p.m. Central Michigan vs. Kent State, 7 p.m. Eastern Michigan vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3 Akron vs. Youngstown St., 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5 Western Michigan vs. N. Illinois, 7 p.m. Miami vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6 Ball State vs. Eastern Michigan 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Central Michigan, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Kent State, 7 p.m. Ohio vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7 Miami vs. Western Michigan, 5 p.m. Kent State vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Ohio, 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Eastern Michigan, 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8 Ball State vs. Central Michigan, 1 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 10 Toledo vs. Akron, 3 p.m. Ohio vs. Miami, 7 p.m. W. Michigan vs. Central Michigan, 7 p.m. Kent State vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Ball State vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. N. Illinois vs. Eastern Michigan, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 12 Akron vs. Buffalo, 7 p.m. Ball State vs. Toledo, 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 16 Miami vs. Central Michigan, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. North Carolina State, 7 p.m. Kent State vs. Ball State, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Western Michigan, 7 p.m. Ohio vs. Toledo, 7 p.m. E. Michigan vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 14 Miami vs. Kent State, 5 p.m. Buffalo vs. Toledo, 6 p.m. Akron vs. Ball State, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 17 Miami vs. Eastern Michigan, 5 p.m. Kent State vs. Toledo, 7 p.m. Buffalo vs. Western Michigan, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Northern Illinois, 7 p.m. Ohio vs. Ball State, TBA

Saturday, Nov. 28 Miami at Cincinnati, 2 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 13 Central Michigan vs. W. Michigan, 7 p.m. Mia.m.i OH vs. Ohio, 7 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 27 Ohio vs. Dayton, 7 p.m.

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2008 MAC Standings and Leaders 2008 Final MAC Standings East Division Conference Matches School W-L For Opp Pct. Ohio 13-3 43 21 .812 Bowling Green 12-4 38 24 .750 Miami 12-4 41 16 .750 Akron 5-11 21 37 .312 Kent State 3-13 17 42 .188 Buffalo 1-15 9 45 .062

Overall Matches W-L For Opp Pct. 24-8 80 41 .750 25-9 82 51 .735 21-12 75 45 .636 11-17 46 58 .393 13-18 53 62 .419 6-25 31 77 .194

West Division School W. Michigan C.Michigan Northern Illinois Ball State Toledo E. Michigan

Conference Matches W-L For Opp Pct. 14-2 45 14 .875 12-4 39 17 .750 9-7 34 26 .562 6-10 28 37 .375 5-11 20 38 .312 4-12 22 40 .250

Overall Matches W-L For Opp Pct. 28-7 90 39 .800 1 9-11 67 41 .633 1 8-14 67 50 .562 1 2-21 55 72 .364 1 4-17 51 63 .452 9-22 45 74 .290

2008 MAC Team Statistics HITTING PERCENTAGE Team G Western Michigan 120 Miami 120 Bowling Green 133 Ohio 121 Central Michigan 108 N. Illinois 117 Kent State 115 Toledo 114 Akron 104 Ball State 127 Buffalo 108 Eastern Michigan 119 KILLS Team Western Michigan Miami Ohio Central Michigan Bowling Green N. Illinois Akron Toledo Ball State Kent State Eastern Michigan Buffalo

G 129 120 121 108 133 117 104 114 127 115 119 108

Kills 1825 1663 1746 1648 1444 1526 1340 1445 1334 1578 1196 1368

Errs 602 634 668 658 568 601 578 649 629 768 646 668

No. 1825 1663 1648 1444 1746 1526 1334 1445 1578 1340 1368 1196

Total 4883 4197 4489 4137 3780 4169 3723 4137 3711 4423 3499 4508

Per Set 14.15 13.86 13.62 13.37 13.13 13.04 12.83 12.68 12.43 11.65 11.50 11.07

HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum .200/3.0 attacks per set) Player G Kills Errs GRIFFIN, Megan (MIA) 117 328 82 SCHULTZ, Kaitlyn (CMU) 108 274 74 HALM, Kendra (BGSU) 133 393 112 SIMONS, Meghan (OHIO) 111 246 75 BOYD, Jennifer (BSU) 108 206 57 Strachan, Shannon (UT) 92 291 81 BIGNELL, Kristin (UB) 108 252 74 FEUTZ, Ashley (KSU) 99 333 99 GOTHAM, Jaime (WMU) 121 264 73 SYTSMA, Jane (OHIO) 121 270 84

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KILLS (Minimum 2.00 per set) Player G HERMAN, Ellen (OHIO) 115 SCHOENROCK, Meagan (NIU) 117 MOORE, Michelle (WMU) 129 PATTERSON, Brionna (AKRON)103 FEUTZ, Ashley (KSU) 99 Deweerdt, Amber (UT) 114 SCHROEDER, Emily (MIA) 106 Strachan, Shannon (UT) 92 McGLAUGHLIN, Allison (NIU) 117 DOMEK, Corey (BGSU) 128

Pct .250 .245 .240 .239 .232 .222 .205 .192 .190 .183 .157 .155

No. 526 507 502 348 333 377 336 291 366 396

Total 687 561 847 530 476 676 579 781 645 638

Pct .358 .357 .332 .323 .313 .311 .307 .300 .296 .292

Per Set 4.57 4.33 3.89 3.38 3.36 3.31 3.17 3.16 3.13 3.09

ASSISTS Team Western Michigan Miami Ohio Central Michigan Bowling Green Akron N. Illinois Toledo Ball State Kent State Eastern Michigan Buffalo SERVICE ACES Team Central Michigan Toledo Buffalo Kent State Ohio N. Illinois Eastern Michigan Western Michigan Ball State Akron Bowling Green Miami

G 129 120 121 108 133 104 117 114 127 115 119 108 G 108 114 108 115 121 117 119 129 127 104 133 120

No. 1693 1550 1525 1340 1630 1248 1402 1347 1468 1244 1244 1107 No. 173 177 149 155 162 137 134 145 135 106 130 116

Per Set 13.12 12.92 12.60 12.41 12.26 12.00 11.98 11.82 11.56 10.82 10.45 10.25

Per Set 1.60 1.55 1.38 1.35 1.34 1.17 1.13 1.12 1.06 1.02 0.98 0.97

ASSISTS (Minimum 5.00 per set) Player G MITCHELL, Jillian (WMU) 129 ATTEBERRY, Andrea (MIA) 116 BUDDE, Stephanie (CMU) 97 Kadera, Kassie (UT) 114 SMITH, Kara (AKRON) 101 JANTSCH, Michelle (OHIO) 120 FISH, Sam (BGSU) 133 MCGINNIS, Brittany (BSU) 127 TADLA, Amanda (NIU) 69 HOFFMAN, Kristin (NIU) 70

No. 1470 1302 1046 1220 1050 1220 1347 1245 654 626

SERVICE ACES (Minimum 0.25 per set) Player G No. JONES, Lauren (KSU) 111 44 JANTSCH, Michelle (OHIO) 120 47 Kadera, Kassie (UT) 114 41 STAVERMAN, Nicole (OHIO) 67 22 Ruth, Lori (UT) 112 36 EVERS, Whitney (CMU) 107 33 BUDDE, Stephanie (CMU) 97 29 SCHLEGEL, Lindsey (UB) 108 32 HORNBAKER, Marisa (UB) 89 26 McGLAUGHLIN, Allison (NIU) 117 33

Per Set 11.40 11.22 10.78 10.70 10.40 10.17 10.13 9.80 9.48 8.94

Per Set 0.40 0.39 0.36 0.33 0.32 0.31 0.30 0.30 0.29 0.28

BLOCKS Team Ohio Akron Western Michigan Miami Kent State Bowling Green Central Michigan Ball State Eastern Michigan Buffalo N. Illinois Toledo

G 121 104 129 120 115 133 108 127 119 108 117 114

Solo 97 82 41 49 42 53 42 59 39 28 66 16

DIGS Team Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Ball State Akron Central Michigan Toledo N. Illinois Miami Bowling Green Ohio Kent State Buffalo

G 129 119 127 104 108 114 117 120 133 121 115 108

No. 2177 1903 1959 1575 1611 1686 1707 1750 1937 1692 1482 1263

Asst 399 296 428 370 363 409 330 365 371 293 235 268

Bpg 2.45 2.21 1.98 1.95 1.94 1.94 1.92 1.90 1.89 1.62 1.57 1.32

Per Set 16.88 15.99 15.43 15.14 14.92 14.79 14.59 14.58 14.56 13.98 12.89 11.69

BLOCKS (Minimum 1.00 per set) Player G Solo ANTOSZ, Jess (AKRON) 86 31 GOTHAM, Jaime (WMU) 121 12 BIGNELL, Kristin (UB) 108 12 HALM, Kendra (BGSU) 133 25 SIMONS, Meghan (OHIO) 111 17 GOOD, Emily (EMU) 87 12 SYTSMA, Jane (OHIO) 121 19 SCHULTZ, Kaitlyn (CMU) 108 14 LUTHER, Shari (BGSU) 133 16 CORBETT, Kate (WMU) 118 9 DIGS (Minimum 3.00 per set) Player G STRIMEL, Caitlin (WMU) 129 MEEK, Chelsey (BGSU) 133 STEWART, Jennifer (AKRON) 104 JARZYNKA, Kim (EMU) 119 LONNEMAN, Alexis (CMU) 108 RIO, Alyssa (BSU) 127 HUGHES, Maddie (NIU) 117 ZENZ, Melissa (MIA) 120 Ruth, Lori (UT) 112 BARR, Kristen (KSU) 100

Total 296.5 230.0 255.0 234.0 223.5 257.5 207.0 241.5 224.5 174.5 183.5 150.0

Asst Total 63 94.0 111 123.0 97 109.0 106 131.0 92 109.0 66 78.0 89 108.0 79 93.0 94 110.0 86 95.0 No. 662 663 494 559 495 566 519 524 389 344

Bpg 1.09 1.02 1.01 0.98 0.98 0 .90 0.89 0.86 0.83 0.81

Per Set 5.13 4.98 4.75 4.70 4.58 4.46 4.44 4.37 3.47 3.44


2008 EMU Statistics and Results 2008 Eastern Michigan individual Statistics A TTACK SET SERVE PASS DEF NAME GP K E TA PCT AST SA SE RE DG RANDOLPH, Victoria 123 341 125 1194 .181 32 26 29 49 340 LEITE, Hayvolla 121 318 174 966 .149 9 20 45 19 151 SWARTZ, Jennifer 124 256 112 700 .206 9 17 35 1 59 WOLOSIANSKY, Jill 124 261 109 842 .181 69 18 32 6 258 MASON, Ashley 124 79 37 306 .137 1109 23 18 0 300 GOOD, Emily 91 70 43 236 .114 6 0 0 3 8 MCKENZIE, Joi 63 57 40 181 .094 1 0 0 0 3 BATES, Jill 55 42 34 175 .046 2 6 5 2 22 JARZYNKA, Kim 124 7 9 30 -.067 42 26 23 43 590 STEIN, Haley 105 4 7 39 -.077 15 1 5 22 174 SOWERS, Cassie 91 1 5 22 -.182 11 3 10 7 71 TEAM 25 EASTERN MICHIGAN.... 124 1436 695 4691 .158 1305 140 203 177 1976 Opponents........... 124 1661 719 4724 .199 1551 177 209 140 2274

! ! ! @ @ @ # # # $ $ $ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * %

Date Aug. 29, 2008 Aug. 30, 2008 Aug. 30, 2008 Sep. 05, 2008 Sep. 05, 2008 Sep. 06, 2008 Sep. 09, 2008 Sep. 12, 2008 Sep. 12, 2008 Sep. 13, 2008 Sep. 16, 2008 Sep. 19, 2008 Sep. 19, 2008 Sep. 20, 2008 Sep. 26, 2008 Sep. 27, 2008 Oct. 03, 2008 Oct. 04, 2008 Oct. 07, 2008 Oct. 09, 2008 Oct. 11, 2008 Oct. 17, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Oct. 24, 2008 Oct. 25, 2008 Oct. 31, 2008 Nov. 01, 2008 Nov. 07, 2008 Nov. 08, 2008 Nov. 13, 2008 Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 18, 2008

Opponent vs Appalachian State at William and Mary vs Md.-Balt. County vs SIU Edwardsville vs Wisc.-Milwaukee at Bradley WRIGHT STATE vs Charleston S. vs UNC Wilmington at Georgia Southern IPFW vs VA Commonwealth at Pittsburgh vs Gonzaga at Toledo at Ball State WESTERN MICHIGAN NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Oakland at Central Michigan at Ohio BOWLING GREEN MIAMI at Akron at Buffalo BALL STATE TOLEDO at Northern Illinois at Western Michigan CENTRAL MICHIGAN KENT STATE at #7 Ball State

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

Score-by-SET 22-25,26-24,25-23,30-28 19-25,20-25,23-25 25-23,18-25,19-25,25-22,13-15 20-25,23-25,25-19,25-19,16-18 16-25,16-25,25-19,14-25 22-25,23-25,18-25 25-18,25-16,25-13 25-15,25-14,21-25,25-18 25-19,25-16,25-14 16-25,25-21,24-26,25-23,15-10 24-26,22-25,19-25 15-25,23-25,25-21,14-25 25-19,19-25,19-25,26-24,12-15 15-25,23-25,17-25 25-22,30-28,34-32 20-25,12-25,25-23,13-25 20-25,16-25,25-23,17-25 25-18,19-25,27-25,19-25,15-13 26-24,18-25,25-16,24-26,15-8 25-27,25-21,17-25,20-25 25-18,21-25,25-18,12-25,11-15 19-25,19-25,21-25 21-25,21-25,28-30 12-25,25-19,27-25,20-25,9-15 25-22,25-23,25-17 26-28,25-20,20-25,17-25 23-25,23-25,14-25 25-22,25-20,16-25,14-25,17-19 26-28,25-27,20-25 14-25,22-25,14-25 25-17,25-17,20-25,23-25,15-10 18-25,17-25,19-25

* Mid-American Conference match Home matches in BOLD CAPS ! Tribe Volleyball Invitational @ Bradley Tournament # Georgia Southern Tournament $ Pittsburgh Invitational % Mid-American Conference Tournament

ATT. 183 112 83 124 156 172 143 135 51 105 155 346 346 140 145 369 248 200 213 246 1332 172 352 550 408 137 252 331 757 178 203 157

BLOCK BS BA TOT 2 35 37 2 47 49 11 83 94 1 77 78 3 29 32 12 68 80 7 29 36 2 17 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BE BHE PTS 3 1 386.5 7 1 363.5 4 1 325.5 4 2 318.5 3 18 119.5 3 0 116.0 2 0 78.5 3 1 58.5 1 3 33.0 0 2 5.0 0 1 4.0

40 385 232.5 48 379 237.5

30 40

30 1808.5 39 2075.5

Jill Wolosiansky played in all of the team’s 124 sets in 2008, surpassed her career highs in every statistical category. She racked up 261 kills, 258 digs, 78 total blocks, 69 set assists, and 18 service aces. Her 261 total kills were the third most on the squad, while her 69 assists ranked as the second most on the team.

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All-Timer EMU Coaching Records 33 years

Year 1980 1981 two yrs.

Overall: 518-518-14

Dennis Caldwell Year Record 1976 15-10-2

Claudia Wasik Year Record 1977 21-24-1 1978 19-8 1979 15-23-6 two yrs. 55-55-7

Lenora Lee Record MAC Finish 18-25 1-2 (Pool B) 6th 20-24-2 3-1 (Pool A) 4th 38-49-2 4-3

MAC: 191-237-1

Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 7-plus

Nona Richardson Record MAC 14-11 5-3 18-8 6-2 30-5 6-2 8-20 4-12 8-21 4-14 18-11 8-10 13-14 7-10 0-5 0-0 109-95 40-53

Year 1995

Tim Koth (Interim) Record MAC 2-19 2-15

Kim Berrington Year Record MAC 1996 7-21 1-16 1997 8-18 4-12 1998 11-19 7-11 1999 20-12 10-8 2000 7-23 5-13 2001 19-10 11-7 2002 27-7 13-5 2003 21-12 8-8 2004 16-13 10-6 2005 22-7 14-2 2006 13-17 6-10 2007 20-14 8-8 2008 10-22 4-12 13 yrs. 201-195 101-118

Finish 3rd (tie) 3rd 2nd 8th 9th 5th 6th n/a

Finish 10th

Finish 10th 5th West 5th West 3rd West 5th West 3rd West 2nd West 3rd West 3rd West 1st West 5th West 3rd West 6th West

Mid-American Conference Tournament All-Time Appearances (9-12)

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Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 six yrs.

Frank Fristensky Record MAC 16-19-3 5-9-1 19-15 11-7 10-21 7-11 15-18 8-10 17-13 8-8 21-9 5-3 98-95-3 44-48-1

Finish 7th (tie) 4th (tie) 6th (tie) 5th 5th 3rd (tie)

2008: 2007: 2006: 2005: 2004: 2003: 2002: 2001: 1999: 1990: 1989: 1988: 1987:

EMU 0, Ball State 3 EMU 3, Akron 0 EMU 3, Western Michigan 1 Miami 3, EMU 0 EMU 3, Kent State 1 Ohio 3, EMU 2 EMU 3, Bowling Green 0 Ball State 3, EMU 2 EMU 3, Central Michigan 0 Western Michigan 3, EMU 0 EMU 3, Bowling Green 1 Ball State 3, EMU 0 EMU 3, Marshall 1 Ball State 3, EMU 0 Ball State 3, EMU 1 Western Michigan 3, EMU 1 EMU 3, Western Michigan 1 Miami 3, EMU 2 (Championship) Western Michigan 3, EMU 1 EMU 3, Central Michigan 1 Western Michigan 3, EMU 0 (Championship) Western Michigan 3, EMU 0


All-Time EMU Honors EMU’s First-Team All-Mid-American Conference Selections

Jeree Hickman 1981

Diane Warmington 1982

Roxanne Munch 1987-1989

Sherry Anderson 1989, 1990

Stacy Graham 1990

Nikki Stubbs 1990

Erin Chase 1993

Katie Wagenmaker 2002

Camila Olaio 2002

AVCA All-Region Selections

Lindsay Piccolini 2005, 2006

Jeree Hickman Diane Warmington Cornelia Koller Bonnie Covey Lisa Henderson Denise Loetscher Roxanne Munch Roxanne Munch Nancy Rademacher Sherry Anderson Sherry Anderson Roxanne Munch Sherry Anderson Roxanne Munch Sherry Anderson Sharon Dunovsky Stacy Graham Nikki Stubbs Erin Chase Erin Chase Jill Hutton Jill Hutton Camila Olaio Camila Olaio Camila Olaio Katie Wagenmaker Jennifer Nighswander Katie Wagenmaker Emily Busch Lindsay Piccolini Kate Sulewski Melissa Bartlett Lindsay Piccolini Kate Sulewski Kate Sulewski Becky Reenders Frank Fristensky Kate Sulewski Lisa Henderson Sherry Anderson

Kate Sulewski 2005, 2007 All-MAC Selections 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1989 1990 1990 1993 1994 1998 1999 1999 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 MAC Coach of the Year 1987

Roxanne Munch 1989 All-North Central Region First Team

First First Second Second Second Second Honorable Mention First Second Honorable Mention Second First First First First Honorable Mention First First First Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Second Honorable Mention Second First First Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Second First First Honorable Mention First Second First Second (co-winner)

MAC Setter of the Year 2007 MAC Freshman of the Year 1985 1987

Sara Uehlin Courtney Huffman Emily Busch

MAC All-Freshman Volleyball Team 1997 1998 2001

Jill Wolosiansky

ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American 2008

Third Team

Sherry Anderson 1990 All-Mideast Region

Cornelia Koller Lisa Henderson Denise Loetscher Nancy Rademacher Roxanne Munch Linda Wiggins Roxanne Munch Nikki Stubbs Stacy Graham Nikki Stubbs Danielle Darland Jill Hutton Jill Hutton (Defensive) Jill Hutton Emily Busch Camila Olaio Jennifer Nighswander Katie Wagenmaker Jennifer Nighswander Jennifer Nighswander Katie Wagenmaker Kate Sulewski Lindsay Piccolini Melissa Bartlett Becky Reenders Ashley Cudney Lindsay Piccolini Becky Reenders Becky Reenders Jill Wolosiansky Hayvolla Leite Sara Schaub Sara Schaub Melissa Bartlett Becky Baltare Jill Wolosiansky Kate Sulewski Jill Wolosiansky Carol Suarez Lisa Henderson Roxanne Munch Roxanne Munch Nikki Stubbs Erin Chase Sandy Burke Jody Thompson Camila Olaio Sara Schaub Camila Olaio Camila Olaio Jennifer Nighswander Katie Wagenmaker Lindsay Piccolini Kate Sulewski

Camila Olaio 2002 All-Mideast Region Honorable Mention

MAC Player of the Week Nov. 22, 1983 Oct. 14, 1985 Sept. 27, 1986 Oct. 5, 1987 Nov. 9, 1987 Nov. 23, 1987 Sept. 18, 1988 Oct. 1, 1990 Oct. 15, 1990 Nov. 12, 1990 Sept. 19, 1993 Oct. 5, 1998 Oct. 17, 1998 Nov. 15, 1999 Sept. 24, 2001 Sept. 9, 2002 Sept. 30, 2002 Oct. 28, 2002 Sept. 22, 2003 Oct. 6, 2003 Oct. 27, 2003 Oct. 17, 2004 Sept. 30, 2005 Oct. 30, 2005 Sept. 18, 2006 Oct. 9, 2006 Oct. 23, 2006 Sept. 20, 2007 Nov. 12, 2007 Sept. 15, 2008 Oct. 6, 2008 ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 1998 2000 2005 2005 2007 2007 2008 MAC Statistical Leaders from EMU 1983 Aces Per Game 1985 Kills Per Game 1987 Hitting Efficiency 1989 Hitting Efficiency 1990 Kills Per Game 1993 Kills Per Game 1995 Assists Per Game 1997 Digs Per Game 1999 Aces Per Game 2000 Digs Per Game 2002 Aces Per Game 2002 Assists Per Game 2002 Digs Per Game 2002 Blocks Per Game 2004 Blocks Per Game 2007 Assists Per Game

First Team First Team Second Team Third Team Second Team Third Team First Team 0.72 4.39 .350 .355 4.75 4.37 12.47 4.39 0.54 4.42 0.70 12.49 4.83 1.30 1.47 12.20

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EMU Team and Individual Records Individual: Kills: 41 Attempts: 88 Hitting Pct.: .917 Aces: 9 Block Solos: 17 Block Assists: 12 Digs: 50 Assists: 87 Team: Kills: 104 Attempts: 292 Hitting Pct.: .641 Aces: 20 Block Solos: 27 Block Assists: 42 Digs: 183 Assists: 99

EMU Team Match Records Lisa Henderson (vs. Bowling Green, 9-28-85) Nikki Stubbs (vs. Miami, 10-24-90) Veronica Smith (11-0-12) (vs. Toledo, 9-30-95) Carol Suarez (vs. Miami, 10-15-84) Cornelia Koller (vs. Ferris State, 9-13-83) Roxanne Munch (at Miami, 11-11-89) Ashley Cudney (at Northern Illinois, 10-7-06) Gretchen Olsen (at Western Michigan, 10-22-93)

Veronica Smith (1993-97) gets a kill. She holds the school record for hitting percentage in a match at .917.

vs. Ball State (10-20-84) vs. Miami (10-24-84) vs. Ferris State (9-10-83) vs. Ball State (10-29-88) vs. Ferris State (9-13-83) vs. Miami (11-11-89) vs. William & Mary (9-8-89) vs. Ball State (10-20-84)

EMU Individual Match Records Hitting Percentage .917 Veronica Smith vs. Toledo 9-30-95 .826 Lisa Henderson vs. Bowling Green 11-2-85 .778 Bethany Piccolini vs. BGSU 11-18-05* .769 Keely Nunamaker vs. Valparaiso 9-10-94 .750 Keely Nunamaker vs. Dayton 10-4-94 .750 Veronica Smith vs. Bowling Green 11-3-95 .750 Lindsay Piccolini at Kent State 11-5-05* .727 Theresa Ford vs. Central Florida 8-31-90 .727 Nikki Stubbs vs. Windsor 10-6-90 .727 Stacy Graham vs. Auburn 10-6-90 Assists 87 Gretchen Olsen vs. Western Mich. 81 Sandy Burke vs. Central Michigan 81 Sara Uehlin vs. Youngstown State 80 Sherry Anderson vs. Miami 77 Sara Uehlin vs. Bowling Green 76 Denise Loetscher vs. Michigan State 76 Sherry Anderson vs. Western Mich. 75 Camila Olaio at Ball State 73 Lauren Viney vs. Marshall 72 Kate Sulewski vs Central Michigan 71 Sara Uehlin vs. Cleveland State 70 Sandy Burke vs. Ohio 70 Kate Sulewski vs. Robert Morris 69 Gretchen Olsen vs. Central Mich. 68 Accomplished Six Different Times

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Attempts 88 Nikki Stubbs vs. Miami 85 Pam Davan vs. Miami 84 Jody Thompson vs. Bowling Green 83 Lisa Henderson vs. Bowling Green 82 Lisa Henderson vs. Toledo 75 Jen Nighswander at Ohio 74 Jody Thompson vs. Akron 74 Sara Schaub vs. Central Michigan 73 Nikki Stubbs vs. Central Michigan 73 Jody Thompson vs. Akron 73 Sara Schaub at Oakland 73 Jen Nighswander at Akron

10-22-93 9-28-94 10-4-98 11-24-90 9-20-97 9-23-86 10-27-89 10-19-02* 11-7-03* 11-4-05* 9-10-97 9-16-94 9-18-04* 11-17-92

11-24-90 11-24-90 9-20-97 9-28-85 9-27-85 10-5-02* 10-19-96 10-18-00 10-25-90 10-18-97 9-12-00 10-16-02*

Aces 9 Carol Suarez vs. Miami 8 Linda Wiggins vs. Ball State 8 Cintia Runha vs. Ohio 8 Alexis Tipton vs. Bowling Green 7 Lisa Henderson vs. Northwood 7 Lisa Hayes vs. Central Michigan 7 Linda Wiggins vs. Tennessee 7 Stacy Graham vs. Michigan 7 Camila Olaio vs. Western Illinois Solo Blocks 17 Cornelia Koller vs. Ferris State 8 Cornelia Koller vs. Eastern Illinois 7 Dawn Diener vs. Ferris State 7 Roxanne Munch vs. Western Mich. 6 Laura Hayes vs. Akron 6 Katherine Bigler vs. Bowling Green 6 Bonnie Covey vs. Ball State 6 Roxanne Munch vs. Notre Dame 5 eight players tied

10-15-83 10-29-88 10-11-96 11-2-96 9-10-85 10-29-85 10-14-88 10-29-91 11-3-02*

9-13-83 9-9-83 9-13-83 9-24-88 9-10-83 10-22-83 10-25-85 10-7-89

Block Assists 12 Roxanne Munch vs. Miami 11-11-89 12 Keely Nunamaker vs. Ohio 9-16-94 11 Alexis Tipton vs. Toledo 10-10-97 10 Sharon Dunovsky vs. Kent 11-13-87 10 Donna Stevenson vs. Miami 11-24-90 10 Jill Hutton vs. Toledo 10-10-97 10 Jill Hutton vs. Northern Illinois 10-25-97 10 Katie Wagenmaker at Ohio 10-5-02* 10 Lindsay Piccolini at Toledo 10-21-05* 9 Stacy Graham vs. Miami 11-11-89 9 Sharon Dunovsky vs. Miami 11-11-89 9 Heather Waltz vs. Central Michigan 11-17-92 9 Danielle Darland vs. Toledo 10-7-94 9 Danielle Darland vs. Toledo 11-11-94 9 Veronica Smith vs. Toledo 9-27-96 9 Veronica Smith vs. Bowling Green 9-20-97 9 Jill Hutton vs. Toledo 10-2-98 9 Kristie Price at Central Michigan 11-1-00 9 Shayna Munson at Ball State 11-20-01* 9 Lindsay Piccolini vs. Charleston 9-15-06

Total Blocks 18 Cornelia Koller vs. Ferris State 9-13-83 15 Roxanne Munch vs. Miami 11-11-89 14 Keely Nunamaker vs. Ohio 9-16-94 13 Donna Stevenson vs. Miami 11-24-90 13 Jill Hutton vs. Northern Illinois 10-25-97 12 Alexis Tipton vs. Toledo 10-10-97 11 Sharon Dunovsky vs. Kent State 11-13-87 11 Roxanne Munch vs. Notre Dame 10-7-89 11 Katie Wagenmaker at Ball State 11-20-01* 11 Katie Wagenmaker vs. Marshall 11-4-02* 10 Katherine Bigler vs. Bowling Green 10-22-83 10 Cornelia Koller vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee 9-8-83 10 Jill Hutton vs. San Francisco 9-19-98 10 Jill Hutton vs. Toledo 10-2-98 10 Jill Hutton vs. Youngstown State 10-4-98 10 Kristie Price at Oakland 9-12-00 10 Kristie Price at Central Michigan 11-1-00 10 Shayna Munson at Ball State 11-20-01* 10 Bethany Piccolini at IPFW 10-18-05* 10 Lindsay Piccolini at Toledo 10-21-05*

* Matches prior to the 2001 season were played using 15-point side-out scoring. From 2001-07, the matches were played using 30-point rally scoring.


Individual Kills and Digs Records

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Career Single Match Kills Leaders

Lisa Henderson vs. Bowling Green Lisa Henderson vs. Toledo Nikki Stubbs vs. Miami Erin Chase vs. Toledo Kiba Kemp vs. Ohio Sara Arndt vs. Youngstown State Roxanne Munch vs. Kent State Karen Simpson vs. Western Michigan Nikki Stubbs vs. Ball State Nikki Stubbs vs. Miami Karen Simpson vs. Miami Jill Hutton vs. Bowling Green Marilene Shane vs. Western Michigan Lindsay Piccolini vs. Western Michigan Nikki Stubbs vs. Western Michigan Nikki Stubbs vs. Colorado Erin Chase vs. Akron Erin Chase vs. Bowling Green Sara Schaub vs. Bowling Green Sara Schaub vs. Marshall Roxanne Munch vs. Michigan State Linda Wiggins vs. Western Michigan Kiba Kemp vs. Michigan Jill Hutton vs. Kent State Sara Schaub vs. Miami Bethany Piccolini at Valparaiso Bonnie Covey vs. Miami Lisa Henderson vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee Roxanne Munch vs. Northwood Roxanne Munch vs. Western Michigan Roxanne Munch vs. Central Michigan Roxanne Munch vs. Notre Dame Pam Davan vs. Miami Marilene Shane vs. Western Michigan Erin Chase vs. Toledo Erin Chase vs. Dayton Jody Thompson vs. Wright State Jody Thompson vs. Bowling Green Sara Schaub vs. Oakland Sara Schaub vs. Marshall Melissa Bartlett vs. Akron Becky Reenders vs. Columbia Lindsay Piccolini vs. Northern Illinois Lindsay Piccolini vs. Ohio Roxanne Munch vs. Western Michigan Roxanne Munch vs. Miami Erin Chase vs. Morehead State Erin Chase vs. Central Michigan Erin Chase vs. Kent State Kiba Kemp vs. Miami Marilene Shane vs. Toledo Sara Arndt vs. Cleveland State Sara Arndt vs. St. Louis Emily Busch vs. Robert Morris Miki Truchan vs. Ball State Accomplished 22 times

9-28-85 9-27-85 11-24-90 10-16-93 9-16-94 10-4-98 11-12-88 10-22-93 10-14-89 11-2-90 10-29-93 11-27-99 10-10-95 9-23-06 10-27-89 11-30-90 11-5-93 11-19-93 10-27-99 11-19-99 10-11-88 10-27-89 9-7-94 11-6-99 10-14-00 9-10-05 10-19-84 9-7-85 9-9-86 10-31-87 10-28-88 10-7-89 11-24-90 10-22-93 9-2-94 10-4-94 9-12-97 9-20-97 9-12-00 9-22-00 10-29-05 9-16-06 9-22-06 11-17-06 10-27-89 11-11-89 10-17-92 11-17-92 11-6-93 9-17-94 10-7-94 9-10-97 9-18-98 9-18-04 10-20-84

Emily Busch

Bonnie Covey

Jill Hutton

Denise Loetscher

Jen Nighswander

Jody Thompson

Sara Schaub

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Career Single Match Digs Leaders Ashley Cudney at. Northern Illinois Erin Chase vs. Ohio Nikki Stubbs vs. William & Mary Ashley Cudney at IPFW Sara Schaub vs. Akron Ashley Cudney vs. Ball State Linda Wiggins vs. William & Mary Sherry Anderson vs. Michigan Roxanne Munch vs. William & Mary Ashley Cudney at Toledo Becky Baltare vs. Robert Morris Jill Wolosiansky vs. Md.-Baltimore County Ashley Cudney at Akron Terri Pawlowski vs. William & Mary Nikki Stubbs vs. Miami Marilene Shane vs. Akron Jody Thompson vs. Bowling Green Ashley Cudney vs. Oakland Ashley Cudney at. Akron Kim Jarzynka at Oakland Denise Loetscher vs. Ball State Kim Relyea vs. Michigan Nikki Stubbs vs. Central Michigan Nikki Stubbs vs. Bowling Green Jennifer Nighswander vs. Marshall Jennifer Nighswander at Ohio Jennifer Nighswander vs. Akron Ashley Cudney vs. Montana State Kim Relyea vs. Central Michigan Sherry Anderson vs. Bowling Green Karen Simpson vs. Ohio Ashley Cudney vs. Iowa Kim Jarzynka vs SIU Edwardsville Kim Jarzynka at Northern Illinois Miki Truchan vs. Michigan Sara Uehlin vs. Bowling Green Jody Thompson vs. Toledo Sara Schaub vs. Northern Illinois Jennifer Nighswander vs. Portland Jennifer Nighswander vs. Akron Jennifer Nighswander at Ball State Jennifer Nighswander at Cleveland State Bree Hickman at Akron Bree Hickman at Ball State Bree Hickman vs Marshall Ashley Cudney at. UTEP Kim Jarzynka at Georgia Southern Lauren Viney vs. Ball State Karen Simpson vs. Ohio Pam Davan vs. Bowling Green Jody Thompson vs. Toledo Ashley Cudney at. Buffalo Miki Trucahn vs. Cleveland State Sherry Anderson vs. Miami Erin Chase vs. Eastern Kentucky Sara Arndt vs. Akron Camila Olaio vs. Bowling Green Jill Hutton vs. Kent State Sara Schaub vs. Toledo Shayna Munson vs. Akron Jennifer Nighswander at Central Mich. Nancy Rademacher vs. Notre Dame Roxanne Munch vs. Central Michigan Nikki Stubbs vs. Ohio Karen Simpson vs. Morehead State Karen Simpson vs. Central Michigan Kiba Kemp vs. Ohio Erin Chase vs. Toledo Jennifer Nighswander vs. New Hampshire Jennifer Nighswander vs. Miami Jennifer Nighswander vs. Oakland Bree Hickman at Central Michigan Miki Truchan vs. Kent State Karen Simpson vs. Eastern Illinois Erin Chase vs. Northeastern Illinois Karen Simpson vs. Akron Sara Arndt vs. Cleveland State Jody Thompson vs. Ball State Courtney Huffman vs. Kent State Accomplished 13 times

10-7-06 9-16-94 9-8-89 10-18-05 10-13-98 11-19-05 9-8-89 9-23-88 9-8-89 10-21-05 9-18-04 8-30-08 10-1-04 9-8-89 11-24-90 10-19-96 9-20-97 9-11-04 10-28-06 10-7-08 11-8-86 9-23-88 10-25-90 11-11-90 11-16-02 10-5-02 10-13-03 9-13-03 10-28-88 11-11-90 11-6-92 9-16-06 9-5-08 11-7-08 10-23-84 9-20-97 10-10-97 11-10-00 9-16-00 10-12-01 11-15-03 9-16-03 10-16-02 10-19-02 11-26-02 8-25-06 9-13-08 10-3-03 10-19-90 11-11-90 9-27-96 10-27-06 11-1-83 11-24-90 9-6-93 10-13-98 11-27-99 11-6-99 10-27-00 10-12-01 11-6-01 11-19-85 10-28-88 10-19-90 10-17-92 11-17-92 9-16-94 11-11-94 9-9-00 10-14-00 11-14-00 11-6-01 11-3-83 10-11-91 9-12-92 10-10-92 9-10-97 10-11-97 11-6-99

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Convocation Center Individual Records Kills (gms) 28 (5g) 27 (4g) 26 (4g) 26 (4g) 26 (5g) 26 (5g) 25 (4g) 25 (4g) 25 (4g) 25 (5g) 25 (5g) 25 (5g) 23 (4g) 23 (4g) 23 (5g) 23 (5g) 22

Player Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) Sara Schaub (EMU) Molly Rutledge (Akron) Sara Schaub (EMU) Jill Hutton (EMU) Meagan Schoenrock (Northern Ill.) Melissa Bartlett (EMU) Becky Reenders (EMU) Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) Cheryl Berg (Indiana State) Mandy Swick (Northern Illinois) Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) Jill Hutton (EMU) Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) Caty Rommeck (Bowling Green) Jill Hutton (EMU) Accomplished five Times

Opponent Western Michigan Marshall Eastern Michigan Miami Kent State EMU Akron Columbia Northern Illinois EMU EMU Ohio Akron Texas Tech EMU Ball State

Date 9-23-06 11-19-99 10-29-05 10-14-00 11-6-99 10-4-08 10-29-05 9-16-06 9-22-06 9-4-99 11-10-00 11-17-06 11-13-98 8-26-06 10-13-01 9-25-99

Player Sara Schaub (EMU) Sara Schaub (EMU) Sara Schaub (EMU) Megan Hammons (Ball State) Stefanie Rotunno (Western Mich.) Mandy Swick (Northern Illinois) Sara Schaub (EMU) Ashlie Case (Akron) Jill Hutton (EMU) Meagan Schoenrock (NIU) Ashlie Case (Akron) Laura Baetzel (Northern Illinois) Becky Baltare (EMU) Jennifer Nighswander (EMU) Becky Baltare (EMU) Carrie Patterson (Kent State) Michelle Moore (Western Mich.) Sara Schaub (EMU) Carrie McEnery (Kent State)

Opponent Miami Central Michigan Kent State EMU EMU EMU Ball State EMU Kent State EMU EMU EMU Western Michigan Akron Northern Illinois EMU EMU Marshall EMU

Date 10-14-00 10-18-00 11-6-99 9-25-99 11-7-98 11-10-00 9-25-99 11-13-98 11-6-99 10-4-08 10-12-01 11-2-07 10-7-05 10-13-03 9-24-04 11-6-99 10-3-08 11-19-99 11-6-99

Opponent Oakland Oakland Chicago State Northern Illinois Indiana State Eastern Michigan Ball State Georgia Southern EMU Central Michigan Western Illinois Columbia Marshall Eastern Michigan EMU Buffalo Kent State EMU EMU

Date 9-25-07 9-20-05 9-3-99 10-25-02 9-4-99 10-28-05 9-25-99 9-4-99 10-14-00 9-22-01 11-3-02 9-16-06 10-6-01 10-29-05 11-18-00 10-28-05 11-4-06 10-23-01 10-20-01

Total Att. 86 (4g) 74 (5g) 71 (5g) 71 (5g) 71 (4g) 69 (5g) 69 (5g) 66 (4g) 65 (5g) 65 (5g) 64 (5g) 63 (4g) 62 (4g) 62 (5g) 61 (4g) 60 (5g) 60 (4g) 58 (4g) 58 (5g)

Attack Pct. (min. 10 kills) .696 (16-0-23) Becky Reenders (EMU) .667 (13-1-18) Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) .643 (11-2-14) Karen Simpson (EMU) .643 (19-1-28) Katie Wagenmaker (EMU) .615 (17-1-26) Jill Hutton (EMU) .609 (15-1-23) Lauren Burd (Buffalo) .588 (11-1-17) Angie Black (EMU) .588 (11-1-17) Jill Hutton (EMU) .577 (16-1-26) Susan Poll (Miami) .542 (17-4-24) Emily Busch (EMU) .538 (16-2-26) Emily Busch (EMU) .538 (25-4-39) Becky Reenders (EMU) .529 (10-1-17) Bree Hickman (EMU) .524 (26-4-42) Molly Rutledge (Ball State) .522 (13-1-23) Susie Meshberger (Ball State) .517 (16-1-29) Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) .517 (18-3-29) Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) .500 (11-0-22) Zakiya Pope (Western Michigan) .500 (11-3-16) Susie Meshberger (Ball State)

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In addition to leading the MAC in assists per game in 2002, Camila Olaio (No.1) led Eastern Michigan in aces every season during her career (1998-99, 2001-02). She is one of three Eastern Michigan players to ever earn All-Region honor, an honorable mention All-Mideast nod in 2002.

Aces

Date Western Illinois Northern Illinois Western Michigan Toledo Buffalo Ball State Akron

11-3-02 11-10-00 10-23-01 9-24-99 10-26-02 9-21-07 11-13-07

Block Solos Player 5 Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) 5 Becky Reenders (EMU) 3 Laura Hageman (Ohio) 3 Kristie Price (EMU) 3 Emily Busch (EMU) 3 Bethany Piccolini (EMU) 3 Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) 3 Emily Busch (EMU) 3 Bethany Piccolini (EMU) 3 Becky Baltare (EMU) 3 Whitney Warner (Central Michigan) 2 Accomplished 21 times Block Asts. Player 9 Katie Wagenmaker (EMU) 8 Sara Schaub (EMU) 8 Zakiya Pope (Western Michigan) 8 Sarah Gregerson (EMU) 8 Jill Hutton (EMU) 8 Katie Wagenmaker (EMU) 8 Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) 8 Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) 7 Caty Rommeck (Bowling Green) 7 Emily Busch (EMU) 7 Kristie Price (EMU) 7 Danielle Black (EMU) 7 Kim Schaper (Akron) 7 Kim Branam (Akron) 7 Lyndsay Spresser (Akron) 7 Jill Hutton (EMU) 7 Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) 7 Whitney Warner (Central Michigan) 7 Becky Reenders (EMU) 7 Jennifer Swartz (EMU)

Opponent Central Michigan Akron EMU Buffalo Marshall Buffalo Central Mich. Kent State Western Michigan Toledo Eastern Michigan

Date 11-2-06 10-20-07 10-19-01 9-30-00 11-7-03 9-25-04 11-16-04 10-15-04 10-7-05 11-12-05 11-4-05

Opponent Marshall Miami EMU Indiana State Indiana State Western Michigan Toledo Ohio EMU Akron Northern Illinois Toledo EMU EMU EMU Toledo Ball State Eastern Michigan Central Michigan Northern Illinois

Date 11-16-02 10-14-00 10-29-99 9-4-99 9-4-99 11-09-02 10-18-06 11-17-06 10-13-01 10-12-01 11-10-00 10-11-00 10-15-99 10-15-99 10-15-99 9-24-99 10-9-04 11-4-05 11-2-06 10-4-08

Total Blocks 11 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 Digs 38 34 31 30 30 30 30 29 28 28 27

Player Katie Wagenmaker (EMU) Whitney Warner (Central Michigan) Kristie Price (EMU) Sarah Gregerson (EMU) Bethany Piccolini (EMU) Lindsay Piccolini (EMU) Becky Reenders (EMU) Accomplished 12 Times

Opponent Marshall Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Indiana State Western Michigan Toledo Central Michigan

Date 11-16-02 11-4-05 11-10-00 9-4-99 10-7-05 10-18-06 11-2-06

Player Sara Schaub (EMU) Jaime Stanley (Ball State) Julie McDivitt (Akron) Jennifer Nighswander (EMU) Jennifer Nighswander (EMU) Ashley Cudney (EMU) Maddie Hughes (Northern Illinois) Ashley Cudney (EMU) Jennifer Nighswander (EMU) Sara Schaub (EMU) Bree Hickman (EMU)

Opponent Akron EMU EMU Akron Marshall Montana State EMU Iowa Akron Northern Illinois Marshall

Date 11-13-98 9-25-99 11-13-98 10-13-03 11-16-02 9-13-03 11-2-07 9-16-06 10-12-01 11-10-00 11-26-02

Player Lauren Viney (EMU) Kate Sulewski (EMU) Camila Olaio (EMU) Emily Sallee (Ball State) Kate Sulewski (EMU) Kate Sulewski (EMU) Sara Uehlin (EMU) Kim Schaper (Akron) Kristin Hoffman (Northern Ill.) Camila Olaio (EMU) Kate Sulewski (EMU) Kate Sulewski (EMU) Camila Olaio (EMU) Kate Sulewski (EMU)

Opponent Marshall Central Michigan Ball State EMU Northern Illinois Ohio Akron EMU EMU Kent State Akron Texas Tech Valparaiso Western Michigan

Date 11-7-03 11-4-05 9-25-99 9-25-99 11-2-07 11-17-06 11-13-98 11-13-98 10-4-08 11-6-99 10-29-05 8-26-06 10-27-02 9-23-06

Player 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 4

Assists 73 72 68 68 68 67 66 66 66 64 64 63 61 60

Opponent Camila Olaio (EMU) Courtney Huffman (EMU) Courtney Huffman (EMU) Camila Olaio (EMU) Camila Olaio (EMU) Kate Sulewski (EMU) Victoria Randolph (EMU) Accomplished 16 times


Convocation Center Team Records Kills-3 games No. Team Opponent 73 Kent State Eastern Michigan 63 Ohio Eastern Michigan 62 Ohio Eastern Michigan 60 Western Michigan Eastern Michigan 59 Eastern Michigan Buffalo 58 Eastern Michigan Marshall 58 Ball State Eastern Michigan 56 Ohio Eastern Michigan 56 Eastern Michigan Buffalo 56 Eastern Michigan Western Illinois 55 Eastern Michigan Bowling Green 55 Eastern Michigan Miami 54 Accomplished four times Kills -4 games No. Team Opponent 82 Miami Eastern Michigan 81 Eastern Michigan Valparaiso 80 Eastern Michigan Central Michigan 77 Eastern Michigan Akron 77 Eastern Michigan Akron 76 Akron Eastern Michigan 76 Eastern Michigan Western Michigan 76 Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois 72 Akron Eastern Michigan 71 Central Michigan Eastern Michigan 69 Accomplished four times Kills-5 games No. Team Opponent 86 Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan 86 Eastern Michigan Ball State 86 Eastern Michigan Marshall 81 Ball State Eastern Michigan 80 Eastern Michigan Kent State 77 Central Michigan Eastern Michigan 75 Eastern Michigan Western Michigan 74 Eastern Michigan Ohio 73 Akron Eastern Michigan 73 Eastern Michigan Kent State 73 Northerin Illinois Eastern Michigan 72 Eastern Michigan Marshall Total Attempts No. Team Opponent 247 Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan 247 Eastern Michigan Kent State 244 Miami Eastern Michigan 243 Akron Eastern Michigan 234 Eastern Michigan Ohio 229 Eastern Michigan Akron 228 Kent State Eastern Michigan 226 Eastern Michigan Ball State 226 Eastern Michigan Akron 225 Akron Eastern Michigan 221 Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Best Attack Percentage Attack Pct. Team Opponent .594 (42-4-64) Eastern Michigan Chicago State .384 (49-11-99) Central Michigan Eastern Michigan .378 (44-13-82) Eastern Michigan Georgia Southern .376 (56-15-109) Eastern Michigan Buffalo .365 (48-10-104) Eastern Michigan Toledo .351 (51-14-114) Eastern Michigan Western Illinois .350 (58-17-117) Eastern Michigan Marshall .346 (51-14-107 Eastern Michigan Miami(FL) .333 (58-13-114) Eastern Michigan Oakland .331 (60-16-133) Western Michigan Eastern Michigan .327 (48-13-107) Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois .324 (53-19-105) Eastern Michigan Toledo .324 (51-15-111) Michigan State Eastern Michigan

Date 11-11-00 10-6-07 10-1-05 11-3-07 10-28-05 10-6-01 11-18-00 10-28-00 10-16-99 9-13-03 11-13-99 11-5-99

Date 10-14-00 10-27-02 11-4-05 11-13-98 10-29-05 11-13-98 10-22-03 11-2-07 10-29-05 11-8-07

Date 11-10-00 9-25-99 11-7-03 9-25-99 11-6-99 10-18-00 9-23-06 11-17-06 10-12-01 9-27-02 10-4-08 11-16-02 Date 11-10-00 11-6-99 10-14-00 11-13-98 10-17-03 10-12-01 11-6-99 9-25-99 11-13-98 10-12-01 10-18-00 Date 9-3-99 11-13-08 9-4-99 10-16-99 9-22-07 11-3-02 10-6-01 8-1-06 9-20-05 11-3-07 10-8-05 10-9-02 9-11-07

Aces No. 14 13 13 11 10

Team Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Indiana State Accomplished five times

Opponent Western Illinois Western Michigan Toledo Eastern Michigan

Date 11-3-02 11-9-02 10-22-04 9-4-99

Block Solos No. 7 6 6 5 5 5 4

Team Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Ohio Eastern Michigan Accomplished seven times

Opponent Eastern Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Akron

Date 11-4-05 11-4-05 11-2-07 10-7-05 10-6-07 10-20-07

Opponent Indiana State Miami Eastern Michigan Toledo Northern Illinois Robert Morris Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Toledo Eastern Michigan

Date 9-4-99 10-14-00 10-15-99 10-11-00 11-10-00 11-7-99 10-18-00 10-29-99 9-24-99 11-18-00

Opponent Marshall Central Michigan Indiana State Miami Eastern Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Buffalo Western Michigan Central Michigan Columbia Toledo Kent State

Date 11-16-02 11-2-06 9-4-99 10-14-00 11-4-05 11-16-04 10-15-99 11-10-00 9-25-04 10-7-05 11-4-05 9-16-06 10-18-06 11-4-06

Team Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Akron Kent State Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Miami Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan

Opponent Kent State Akron Akron Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Marshall Miami

Date 11-6-99 11-13-98 10-12-01 11-13-98 11-6-99 11-10-00 11-10-00 10-14-00 11-2-02 10-14-00

Team Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Miami Ball State Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Akron Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois

Opponent Marshall Eastern Michigan Ball State Central Michigan Kent State Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Ohio Akron Eastern Michigan Valparaiso Eastern Michigan

Date 11-7-03 11-10-00 9-25-99 11-4-05 11-6-99 10-14-00 9-25-99 11-2-07 11-17-06 11-13-98 11-13-98 10-27-02 10-4-08

Block Assists No. Team 32 Eastern Michigan 29 Eastern Michigan 28 Akron 26 Eastern Michigan 24 Eastern Michigan 23 Eastern Michigan 22 Eastern Michigan 22 Western Michigan 22 Eastern Michigan 21 Ball State Total Blocks No. Team 18.0 Eastern Michigan 18.0 Eastern Michigan 17.0 Eastern Michigan 16.5 Eastern Michigan 16.0 Central Michigan 16.0 Eastern Michigan 15.0 Akron 15.0 Eastern Michigan 15.0 Eastern Michigan 15.0 Eastern Michigan 15.0 Eastern Michigan 15.0 Eastern Michigan 15.0 Eastern Michigan 15.0 Eastern Michigan Digs No. 125 125 111 110 109 108 106 105 103 101 Assists No. 81 81 77 76 75 73 73 73 72 70 70 70 70

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Single Season Records Sets Lisa Hayes (1985)............................................... 129 Nancy Rademacher (1985)............................. 129 Tracy Hawkes (1985)......................................... 125 Sherry Anderson (1990).................................. 125 Lisa Hayes (1983)............................................... 124 Kim Jarzynka (2008).............................. 124 Ashley Mason (2008)............................. 124 Jennifer Swartz (2008).......................... 124 Jill Wolosiansky (2008).......................... 124 Lisa Henderson (1985)..................................... 123 Nikki Stubbs (1990)........................................... 123 Ashley Cudney (2003)...................................... 123 Lauren Viney (2003).......................................... 123 Jennifer Nighswander (2003)........................ 123 Katie Wagenmaker (2003).............................. 123 Victoria Randolph (2008)...................... 123 Kills Nikki Stubbs (1990)........................................... 584 Lisa Henderson (1985)..................................... 499 Lindsay Piccolini (2006)................................... 492 Jill Hutton (1999)............................................... 468 Erin Chase (1993)............................................... 459 Becky Reenders (2007).................................... 449 Jill Hutton (1998)............................................... 429 Sara Schaub (1999)........................................... 429 Roxanne Munch (1988)................................... 425 Sara Schaub (2000)........................................... 422 Jennifer Nighswander (2003)........................ 415 Karen Simpson (1993)...................................... 407 Emily Busch (2003)............................................ 406 Erin Chase (1994)............................................... 404 Sara Schaub (1998)........................................... 397 Abby Reenders (2007)..................................... 395

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Attempts Jennifer Nighswander (2003).....................1,401 Nikki Stubbs (1990)........................................1,390 Sara Schaub (2000)........................................1,366 Abby Reenders (2007)..................................1,300 Jody Thompson (1997).................................1,232 Lisa Henderson (1985)..................................1,225 Sara Schaub (1999)........................................1,197 Sara Schaub (1998)........................................1,185 Becky Baltare (2004)......................................1,182 Lindsay Piccolini (2006)................................1,166 Becky Reenders (2007).................................1,166 Jennifer Nighswander (2002).....................1,101 Erin Chase (1993)............................................1,081 Sara Arndt (1998)............................................1,077 Pam Davan (1991)..........................................1,072 Jill Hutton (1999)............................................1,054 Jody Thompson (1996).................................1,052 Karen Simpson (1993)...................................1,040 Roxanne Munch (1988)................................1,023 Becky Baltare (2005)......................................1,023

Aces Camila Olaio (2002).............................................81 Carol Suarez (1983)..............................................68 Camila Olaio (1999).............................................65 Lisa Hayes (1985)..................................................56 Laura Hayes (1983)...............................................52 Sara Schaub (2000)..............................................51 Camila Olaio (2001).............................................50 Roxanne Munch (1987)......................................47 Stacy Rerucha (1985)...........................................44 Kim Relyea (1987).................................................44 Lisa Hayes (1983)..................................................43 Lisa Henderson (1985)........................................43 Camila Olaio (1998).............................................43 Denise Loetscher (1986)....................................42 Sherry Anderson (1990).....................................42 Katie Wagenmaker (2003).................................42 Digs* Ashley Cudney (2006)...................................... 640 Kim Jarzynka (2008).............................. 590 Jennifer Nighswander (2003)........................ 558 Ashley Cudney (2005)...................................... 554 Ashley Cudney (2004)...................................... 536 Kim Jarzynka (2007)......................................... 531 Jennifer Nighswander (2002)........................ 522 Abby Reenders (2007)..................................... 519 Nikki Stubbs (1990)........................................... 478 Ashley Cudney (2003)...................................... 468 Sara Schaub (2000)........................................... 460 Nancy Rademacher (1985)............................. 452 Camila Olaio (2002).......................................... 452 Lisa Henderson (1985)..................................... 445 Bree Hickman (2002)........................................ 438 Jody Thompson (1997).................................... 426 Becky Baltare (2004)......................................... 424 Jennifer Nighswander (2000)........................ 421 Sara Schaub (1999)........................................... 411 Jennifer Nighswander (2001)........................ 396 Lauren Viney (2003).......................................... 383 Shayna Munson (2002).................................... 386 *The libero position was added in 2003.

Jill Hutton (No.12; 1996-99) put her name in the record book in her four years, being the season block leader all four years and kills leader her last two seasons. For her career, she finished first in block assists and total blocks and third in kills.

Assists Lauren Viney (2003).......................................1,529 Kate Sulewski (2007).....................................1,489 Camila Olaio (2002).......................................1,449 Sara Uehlin (1998)..........................................1,427 Sherry Anderson (1990)...............................1,421 Camila Olaio (1999).......................................1,351 Kate Sulewski (2005).....................................1,347 Kate Sulewski (2004).....................................1,340 Kate Sulewski (2006).....................................1,298 Gretchen Olsen (1993)..................................1,234 Lisa Hayes (1985)............................................1,210 Camila Olaio (2001).......................................1,209 Sara Uehlin (1997)..........................................1,155 Denise Loetscher (1986)..............................1,110 Ashley Mason (2008).......................... 1,109 Danielle Black (2000).....................................1,095 Sherry Anderson (1989)...............................1,063 Sherry Anderson (1987)...............................1,020 Sherry Anderson (1988)...............................1,009 Gretchen Olsen (1992)..................................1,003 Sandy Burke (1994)........................................... 923 Block Solos Cornelia Koller (1983)..........................................97 Lisa Henderson (1985)........................................55 Stacy Graham (1990)...........................................50 Dawn Diener (1983).............................................48 Roxanne Munch (1987)......................................40 Roxanne Munch (1989)......................................39 Roxanne Munch (1988)......................................38 Jill Hutton (1998)..................................................34 Stacy Graham (1991)...........................................29 Heather Waltz (1992)...........................................27 Lindsay Piccolini (2004)......................................27 Block Assists Katie Wagenmaker (2002).............................. 135 Lindsay Piccolini (2006)................................... 131 Jill Hutton (1999)............................................... 118 Lindsay Piccolini (2005)................................... 117 Stacy Graham (1990)........................................ 115 Becky Reenders (2006).................................... 113 Jill Hutton (1998)............................................... 111 Becky Reenders (2007).................................... 108 Bethany Piccolini (2005).....................................98 Lindsay Piccolini (2004)......................................95 Kristie Price (2000)................................................94 Katie Wagenmaker (2003).................................94 Emily Busch (2002)...............................................93 Alexis Tipton (1996).............................................92 Stacy Graham (1989)...........................................91 Jill Hutton (1997)..................................................90 Jill Hutton (1996)..................................................83 Shayna Munson (2001).......................................83 Sharon Dunovsky (1989)....................................81 Veronica Smith (1996).........................................81 Shayna Munson (2002).......................................81 Emily Busch (2003)...............................................80 Roxanne Munch (1989)......................................80


Single Game Team Records Assists 99 vs. Ball State 92 vs. Miami 91 vs. Western Michigan 88 vs. Central Michigan 88 vs. Youngstown State 83 vs. Michigan State 83 at Ball State 82 vs. Bowling Green 81 vs. Marshall 81 vs. Western Michigan 81 vs. Marshall 80 vs. Michigan 78 vs. Miami 78 vs. Cleveland State

10-20-84 11-24-90 10-22-93 9-28-94 10-4-98 9-23-86 10-19-02 9-20-97 11-7-03 10-27-89 11-7-03 10-23-84 10-19-84 9-10-97

Kills 104 103 100 97 97 94 91 90 89 88 87 86 86 86 86 86

vs. Ball State vs. Western Michigan vs. Youngstown State vs. Michigan State vs. Miami vs. Central Michigan at Ball State vs. Bowling Green vs. Cleveland State at Bowling Green vs. Western Michigan vs. Marshall vs. Michigan vs. Notre Dame vs. Ball State vs. Marshall

10-20-84 10-22-93 10-4-98 9-23-86 11-24-90 9-28-94 10-19-02 9-20-97 9-10-97 10-27-99 10-27-89 11-7-03 10-23-84 10-7-89 9-25-99 11-7-03

Attempts 292 vs. Miami 272 vs. Bowling Green 270 vs. Central Michigan 268 at Ball State 263 vs. Youngstown State 256 vs. Akron 247 vs. Kent State 244 at Akron 244 at Kent State 243 vs. Robert Morris 242 vs. Ball State 242 vs. Ball State 242 vs. Ohio 242 vs. Cleveland State 241 vs. Ball State 239 at Bowling Green 239 vs. Marshall

11-24-90 9-20-97 10-28-88 10-19-02 10-4-98 10-18-97 11-6-99 10-16-02 11-10-07 9-18-04 10-3-03 10-3-02 10-19-90 9-10-97 11-8-86 11-1-02 11-16-02

Kills 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Cornelia Koller Bonnie Covey Lisa Henderson Gisela Roth Roxanne Munch Roxanne Munch Roxanne Munch Nikki Stubbs Stacy Graham Erin Chase Erin Chase Erin Chase Marilene Shane Marilene Shane Jody Thompson Jill Hutton Jill Hutton Sara Schaub Jennifer Nighswander Katie Wagenmaker Jennifer Nighswander Becky Baltare Lindsay Piccolini Lindsay Piccolini Becky Reenders Victoria Randolph

322 372 499 357 367 425 394 584 339 329 459 404 278 329 340 429 468 422 298 394 415 371 378 492 449 341

Aces 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Aces 20 17 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 13

vs. Ball State vs. Ohio at Buffalo vs. Michigan vs. Michigan State at Buffalo vs. Western Illinois vs. Ferris State vs. Ball State vs. Bowling Green vs. Ball State vs. Northwood vs. Northern Illinois at Central Michigan

10-29-88 10-9-84 11-2-01 9-29-87 10-11-88 10-27-06 11-3-02 9-13-83 10-14-83 10-22-83 10-20-84 9-10-85 10-28-83 11-11-99

Block Solos 27 vs. Ferris State 21 vs. Akron 15 vs. Eastern Illinois 15 vs. Bowling Green 12 vs. UNC-Greensboro 11 vs. Ball State 11 vs. Iowa

9-13-83 9-10-83 9-9-83 10-22-83 9-6-93 10-25-85 9-14-02

Block Assists 42 vs. Miami 40 vs. Toledo 32 vs. Ohio 32 at Kent State 32 vs. Western Michigan 31 at Coll of Charleston 30 vs. Bowling Green 29 vs. Miami 28 vs. Kent State 28 vs. Toledo 28 vs. Akron 28 vs. Northern Illinois 28 at Central Michigan 26 vs. Miami 26 vs. Toledo 26 vs. UMKC Total Blocks 29 vs. Ferris State 25 vs. Bowling Green 24 vs. Akron 24 vs. Miami 24 vs. Toledo 24 vs. Ball State 20 vs. Miami 20 vs. Northern Illinois 19 accomplished three times

11-11-89 10-10-97 9-16-94 11-13-87 11-9-03 9-15-06 10-16-98 10-14-00 11-12-88 9-27-96 10-18-97 10-25-97 11-1-00 11-24-90 10-7-94 9-14-96 9-13-83 10-22-83 9-10-83 11-11-89 10-10-97 10-3-03 11-24-90 10-25-97

Digs 183 vs. William & Mary 145 vs. Cincinnati 140 vs. Ohio 140 vs. Bowling Green 139 vs. Bowling Green 135 vs. Michigan 135 vs. Miami 134 vs. Michigan 134 vs. Ball State 133 vs. Ball State 132 vs. Akron 130 at Kent State 127 vs. Central Michigan 124 vs. Robert Morris 124 at Toledo 123 vs. Akron 121 vs. Bowling Green 120 vs. Ohio 114 at IPFW 111 vs. Akron 111 vs. Akron 106 vs. Portland 106 vs. Northern Illinois 106 at Northern Illinois 106 vs. Md.-Baltimore County Hitting Percentage .642 vs. Ferris State .594 vs. Chicago State .575 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee .449 vs. Middle Tennessee State .395 at Kent State .378 vs. Georgia Southern .376 vs. Buffalo .372 vs. Western Michigan .366 vs. Akron .365 vs. Toledo .360 vs. Winnipeg .359 at Valparaiso .358 vs. Eastern Illinois .357 at Miami .357 vs. Toledo .350 vs. Marshall .346 vs. Jacksonville State .346 vs. Miami (FL) .340 at Buffalo .333 vs. Toledo .333 vs. Oakland .331 vs. Western Michigan .330 vs. Duquesne .329 vs. Miami .328 at St. Peter’s

Year-By-Year Leaders Carol Suarez Lisa Hayes Lisa Hayes Denise Loetscher Roxanne Munch Linda Wiggins Sherry Anderson Sherry Anderson Stacy Graham Gretchen Olsen Erin Chase Kiba Kemp Alexis Tipton Cintia Runha Sara Uehlin Camila Olaio Camila Olaio Sara Schaub Camila Olaio Camila Olaio Katie Wagenmaker Becky Baltare Bethany Piccolini Lindsay Piccolini Kate Sulewski V. Randolph/K. Jarzynka

68 37 56 42 42 39 32 42 23 29 40 40 31 30 32 43 65 51 50 81 42 30 31 31 37 26

Total Blocks 1983 Cornelia Koller 1984 Bonnie Covey 1985 Lisa Henderson 1986 Roxanne Munch 1987 Roxanne Munch 1988 Roxanne Munch 1989 Roxanne Munch 1990 Stacy Graham 1991 Stacy Graham 1992 Heather Waltz 1993 Theresa Ford 1994 Danielle Darland 1995 Danielle Darland 1996 Jill Hutton 1997 Jill Hutton 1998 Jill Hutton 1999 Jill Hutton 2000 Kristie Price 2001 Shayna Munson 2002 Katie Wagenmaker 2003 Katie Wagenmaker 2004 Lindsay Piccolini 2005 Lindsay Piccolini 2006 Lindsay Piccolini 2007 Becky Reenders 2008 Jennifer Swartz

159 70 124 78 92 97 119 165 76 76 79 80 60 106 110 145 136 113 100 155 113 122 143 131 131 94

Digs 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Miki Truchan Miki Truchan Nancy Rademacher Denise Loetscher Nancy Rademacher Kim Relyea Nikki Stubbs Nikki Stubbs Pam Davan Karen Simpson Karen Simpson Erin Chase Marilene Shane Jody Thompson Jody Thompson Sara Schaub Sara Schaub Sara Schaub Jennifer Nighswander Jennifer Nighswander Jennifer Nighswander Ashley Cudney Ashley Cudney Ashley Cudney Kim Jarzynka Kim Jarzynka

9-8-89 11-10-89 10-19-90 11-11-90 9-20-97 9-23-88 11-24-90 10-23-84 10-19-02 10-3-03 10-18-97 11-10-07 10-28-88 9-18-04 10-21-05 10-16-02 11-1-02 10-5-02 10-18-05 10-12-01 10-12-01 9-16-00 11-10-00 10-7-06 8-30-08 9-10-83 9-3-99 10-6-90 9-11-99 11-5-05 9-4-99 10-16-99 10-22-93 10-29-94 9-22-07 11-15-90 9-11-99 10-11-91 10-14-05 11-20-93 10-6-01 9-2-01 9-1-06 11-2-01 9-27-85 10-20-05 10-13-90 9-11-92 11-2-90 8-30-03

300 256 452 341 352 324 279 478 335 268 373 367 196 306 426 378 411 460 396 522 558 536 554 640 531 590

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Individual Career Records Sets Played 1. Ashley Cudney (2003-2006) 2. Jennifer Nighswander (2000-03) 3. Emily Busch (2001-04) 4. Kate Sulewski (2004-07) 5. Camila Olaio (1998-2002) 6. Jill Hutton (1996-99) 7. Sherry Anderson (1987-90) 8. Courtney Huffman (1998-2001) 9. Nancy Rademacher (1983-87) 10. Becky Baltare (2002-2005) 11. Roxanne Munch (1986-89) 12. Karen Simpson (1990-93) 13. Katie Wagenmaker (2000-03) 14. Stacy Graham (1988-91) 15. Sara Schaub (1997-2000)

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441 438 435 434 428 424 416 415 406 401 396 393 392 386 380

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Roxanne Munch (1986-89) Sara Schaub (1997-2000) Emily Busch (2001-04) Erin Chase (1991-94) Jennifer Nighswander (2000-03) Jill Hutton (1996-99) Lindsay Piccolini (2003-2006) Nancy Rademacher (1983-87) Becky Baltare (2002-2005) Katie Wagenmaker (2000-03) Stacy Graham (1988-91) Bethany Piccolini (2001-2005) Becky Reenders (2004-07) Nikki Stubbs (1989-90) Jody Thompson (1995-97)

1537 1405 1367 1288 1269 1245 1201 1131 1061 942 921 920 908 905 900

Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Jennifer Nighswander (2000-03) Sara Schaub (1997-2000) Roxanne Munch (1986-89) Emily Busch (2001-04) Erin Chase (1991-94) Becky Baltare (2002-2005) Jody Thompson (1994-97) Nancy Rademacher (1983-87) Jill Hutton (1996-99) Lindsay Piccolini (2003-2006) Bethany Piccolini (2001-2005) Karen Simpson (1990-93) Stacy Graham (1988-91) Becky Reenders (2004-07) Courtney Huffman (1998-2001)

4456 4215 3543 3307 3195 3184 3154 3119 2832 2805 2509 2480 2323 2317 2234

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

Camila Olaio (1998-99, 01-02) Jennifer Nighswander (2000-03) Nancy Rademacher (1983-87) Lisa Hayes (1983-85) Roxanne Munch (1986-89) Sherry Anderson (1987-90) Sara Schaub (1997-2000) Linda Wiggins (1986-89) Sharon Dunovsky (1986-89) Erin Chase (1991-94)

233 185 147 136 135 133 126 123 110 101

Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Ashley Cudney (2003-2006) Jennifer Nighswander (2000-03) Sara Schaub (1997-2000) Becky Baltare (2002-2005) Camila Olaio (1998-99, 01-02) Kim Jarzynka (2006-08) Sherry Anderson (1987-90) Karen Simpson (1990-93) Courtney Huffman (1998-2001) Nancy Rademacher (1983-87) Erin Chase (1991-94) Kate Sulewski (2004-07) Abby Reenders (2004-07) Jody Thompson (1994-97) Victoria Randolph (2006-2008)

2198 1897 1388 1327 1294 1278 1167 1167 1147 1117 1062 1029 1027 1019 936

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Kate Sulewski (2004-07) Sherry Anderson (1987-90) Camila Olaio (1998-99, 01-02) Gretchen Olsen (1991-94) Sara Uehlin (1997-1998) Lisa Hayes (1983-85) Lauren Viney (2002-03) Sandy Burke (1993-96 ) Laura Hayes (1983-84) Denise Loetscher (1986) Ashley Mason (2008) Danielle Black (2000) Bonnie Covey (1983-85) Cintia Runha (1995-1998)

5474 4513 4031 3386 2582 2161 1600 1541 1179 1110 1109 1093 469 257

Block Solos 1. Roxanne Munch (1986-89) 2. Cornelia Koller (1983) 3. Jill Hutton (1996-99) 4. Stacy Graham (1988-91) 5. Lindsay Piccolini (2003-2006) 6. Emily Busch (2001-04) 7. Bonnie Covey (1982-85) 8. Lisa Henderson (1985) 9. Sharon Dunovsky (1986-89) 10. Katie Wagenmaker (2000-03) 11. Nancy Rademacher (1983-87) 12. Becky Reenders (2004-07) 12. Theresa Ford (1990-93) 13. Keely Nunamaker (1991-94) 14. Danielle Darland (1992-95)

140 97 95 93 80 79 55 55 50 49 48 47 46 44 44

Block Assists 1. Jill Hutton (1996-99) 2. Lindsay Piccolini (2003-2006) 3. Emily Busch (2001-04) 4. Katie Wagenmaker (2000-03) 5. Stacy Graham (1988-91) 6. Bethany Piccolini (2001-2005) 7. Roxanne Munch (1986-89) 8. Becky Reenders (2004-07) 9. Alexis Tipton (1994-97) 10. Sharon Dunovsky (1986-89) 11. Kate Sulewski (2004-07) 12. Veronica Smith (1994-97) 13. Sara Schaub (1997-2000) 14. Camila Olaio (1998-99, 01-02) 15. Courtney Huffman (1998-2001) 16. Danielle Darland (1992-95) 17. Theresa Ford (1990-93)

402 348 320 298 288 253 246 243 219 213 209 187 185 180 177 176 160

Roxanne Munch (1986-89) is among Eastern Michigan’s career leaders in several categories. She is the school’s all-time leader in kills (1,537) and block solos (140). She is among the top 10 in attempts, aces, games played and block assists.


All-Time Year-by-Year Results 1976: 15-10-2 9-30 Kellogg CC T Spring Arbor W 10-2 Michigan W 10-6 Wayne State W Schoolcraft CC W 10-9 Central Michigan L Toledo W 10-12 Delta CC W 10-16 Ohio Northern W Kent State W Indiana State W 10-19 Calvin L 10-23 Michigan State L Waterloo L Southern Illinois L Ohio State L 10-26 Grand Valley W Michigan L 10-30 Western Michigan W Windsor W 11-5/6 vs. Wilfrid Laurier! W vs. Spirit of Six! L vs. McMasters! T 11-11/13 vs. Wayne State@ W vs. Western Michigan@ W vs. Grand Valley@ L vs. Calvin@ L !Can Am Tournament -Windsor, Canada @ AIAW State Tournament 1977: 19-23-1 9-27 at Michigan vs. Western Michigan 10-6 at Central Michigan vs. Oakland vs. Calvin 10-8 at Western Michigan vs. Central Michigan vs. Kellogg CC 10-12 MICHIGAN STATE BOWLING GREEN 10-15 OAKLAND Lake Superior State Spring Arbor Michigan 10-18 at Grand Valley 10-21 vs. Calvin vs. Kellogg CC vs. Eastern Kentucky 10-22 vs. York at Michigan State vs. Waterloo 10-25 Central Michigan Ohio Northern 10-28 Toledo Windsor 10-29 Wayne State Defiance 11-1 at Michigan vs. Central Michigan 11-4 vs. Kellogg CC# vs. Northwood# vs. Wilfred Laurier# vs. Wayne State# 11-5 vs. Guelph# vs. Brock# vs. Grand Valley# 11-11 vs. Ferris State$

L L L L L W L L W L W W W L L L L L L L L L W W W W W L L L W W W W t W W

10-29 Wayne State W Defiance W 11-1 Michigan W 11-3 Windsor% T York% T Guelph% T Kellogg CC% W 11-4 Wilfred Laurier% W McMasters% W Brock% W 11-9 Oakland^ W Michigan State^ L Western Michigan^ L 11-10 Michigan^ L %Can Am Tournament -Windsor, Canada ^AIAW State Tournament

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

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

Emily Busch (2001-2004) ranks third alltime in games played (435), block assists (320), kills (1367) and fourth in attempts (3,307). vs. Michigan State$ W 2-0 vs. Central Michigan L 1-2 vs. Wayne State$ W 2-1 11-12 vs. Oakland$ W 2-0 vs. Grand Valley$ L 0-2 vs. Michigan State$ L 1-2 #Can Am Tournament -Windsor, Canada $AIAW State Tournament - Grand Rapids, Mich. 1978: 24-9-3 9-27 Wayne State 9-30 Ball State 10-3 Michigan State 10-6 Western Michigan 10-7 Central Michigan Hope Calvin 10-10 Toledo 10-13 Northern Michigan Delta CC 10-14 Ohio Northern Baldwin Wallace Malone 10-17 Wayne State 10-19 Michigan 10-21 Central Michigan Grand Valley Ball State 10-27 Ferris State Oakland 10-28 Kent State Defiance

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

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

1979: 15-23-6 9-14/15 Wisconsin-Superior Lake Superior State Grand Valley State Michigan Tech Northern Michigan Lake Superior State Grand Valley 9-19 Adrian 9-21 Ball State 9-22 Kellogg CC Grand Valley Wright State 9-25 Wayne State 9-28 Dayton Miami-Dade Indiana Purdue East Tennessee St. 10-2 Central Michigan Michigan State 10-5 Miami-Ohio Ohio Northern Windsor 10-6 Ferris State Wayne State Michigan Wayne State 10-9 Toledo 10-12 Eastern Illinois 10-13 Indiana State 10-17 Bowling Green 10-19 Notre Dame 10-23 Western Michigan 10-26 Southern Illinois Memphis State Cincinnati Eastern Kentucky 10-31 Michigan 11-2/3 Windsor Wayne State Central Michigan Wright State McMasters Kent State

W T T W T L W W L L W L L L W L W W L L W W W W L L L W L L L W L L W L L L t L L L T T

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

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

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All-Time Year-by-Year Results 1980: 18-25 9-13 Indiana State 9-16 Michigan State 9-19 Kellogg CC Kentucky 9-20 Northern Michigan Ohio Northern 9-23 Kellogg 9-26 Miami Wright State 9-27 Appalachian State Northern Illinois 9-30 Toledo 10-4 Bowling Green Illinois-Chicago Northern Kentucky 10-4 Kellogg CC DePaul Michigan Ohio Northern Windsor 10-7 Ohio Northern Indiana Tech 10-10 Miami 10-11 Ball State 10-14 Bowling Green 10-17 Ohio Miami 10-18 Western Michigan 10-21 Western Michigan 10-24 Eastern Illinois 10-25 Laurentian Western Ontario Northern Illinois Western Ontario 10-28 Central Michigan 11-1 Laurier Wayne State Western Michigan Windsor Grand Valley Schoolcraft CC 11-3 Michigan 11-6 Winnipeg 11-14 Wayne State& 11-15 Central Michigan& & AIAW State - East Lansing, Mich.

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1981: 20-24-2 9-15 Kellogg CC 9-18 Wisc.-Milwaukee 9-19 Ball State Michigan Ohio 9-22 Toledo 9-25 Kent State Miami 9-26 Wright State Eastern Illinois Morehead State 9-29 Michigan State 10-2 Eastern Kentucky Central Michigan Northern Illinois Eastern Illinois 10-3 Cleveland State Temple Eastern Illinois Michigan East Tennessee St.

W L L L t W L L L L W W W W L L L L W W W W L L W W L L L W W W W L L W L L W W L L L L L

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

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

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

10-6 10-10 10-13 10-16 10-17 10-27 10-30 10-31 11-6/7 11-10

100th Win Michigan Ferris State Wayne State Cleveland State Kent State Ball State Bowling Green Northern Illinois Kent State Central Michigan Ohio Miami Western Michigan Central Michigan Bowling Green Cleveland State Kent State Bowling Green Wayne State Waterloo Michigan State Guelph Western Ontario Central Michigan Brock Oakland

L W L W W L W W W L W L L L W L L L t t L W W L W W

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

Sherry Anderson (No. 5) was a four-time All-MAC selection, earning first team honors during her junior and senior seasons. Anderson (1987-90) held three EMU career records for games played (416), digs (1,167) and assists (4,513) before they were broken.

1982: 16-18-3 (5-9-1 MAC) 9-11 at Ferris State L 9-17 Northern Illinois W 9-21 Western Michigan L 9-24 vs. Rhode Island^ W at Eastern Kentucky^ L vs. Wayne State^ L 9-25 vs. Indiana^ W vs. Schoolcraft CC^ W vs. Eastern Illinois^ L 9-29 Michigan L 10-9 Lake Superior State L 10-10 Miami * L York W Waterloo W 10-12 Ball State * L 10-15 vs. Illinois-Chicago! L vs. Wayne State! L 10-16 at Kent State! * W vs. Pittsburgh! L 10-19 at Western Michigan* L 10-22 vs. Illinois-Chicago@ W 10-23 vs. Ball State@ * L at Northern Illinois@* W vs. Northern Iowa@ W 10-26 Oakland W 10-29 at Michigan W 11-5 vs. Waterloo# T vs. Lake Superior St.# W 11-6 vs. Kellogg CC# T vs. Guelph# W vs. Schoolcraft# L 11-9 Central Michigan* L ^ Eastern Kentucky Tournament- Richmond, Ky. ! Kent State Invitational - Kent, Ohio @ Northern Illinois Tournament- DeKalb, Ill. # Can-Am Tournament 1983: 19-15 (11-7 MAC) 9-2 vs. Loyola-Chicago$ 9-3 at Pittsburgh$ vs. Akron$ vs. Navy$ 9-9 Wisc.-Milwaukee% Eastern Illinois% 9-10 Akron% Ferris State% 9-13 Ferris State 9-16 at Toledo* 9-17 at Bowling Green* 9-20 Michigan State 9-23 Northern Illinois* 9-24 Western Michigan* 9-27 at Michigan 9-30 at Kent State* 10-1 at Ohio* 10-4 Cleveland State 10-11 Michigan 10-14 Ball State* 10-15 Miami* 10-21 Toledo* 10-22 Bowling Green* 10-27 at Illinois-Chicago 10-28 at Northern Illinois* 10-29 at Western Michigan* 11-1 at Cleveland State 11-4 Kent State* 11-5 Ohio* 11-11 Central Michigan* 11-12 at Central Michigan*

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All-Time Year-by-Year Results 11-15 at Michigan State L 11-18 at Ball State* W 11-19 at Miami* L $ Pittsburgh Tournament - Pittsburgh, Pa. % EMU Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich. 1984: 10-21 (7-11 MAC) 9-1 vs. Loyola-Chicago^ L vs. Bradley^ L 9-2 at Northwestern^ L 9-7 Cleveland State& L Eastern Kentucky& W 9-8 Ferris State& W Michigan State& L 9-11 Illinois-Chicago L 9-14 at Miami * L 9-15 at Ball State * L 9-18 at Ferris State L 9-21 Bowling Green* L 9-22 Toledo* W 9-28 at Western Michigan* L 9-29 at Northern Illinois* L 10-2 at Michigan State L 10-5 Ohio* W 10-6 Kent State* W 10-9 at Ohio State L 10-19 Miami* L 10-20 Ball State* W 10-23 Michigan L 10-26 at Bowling Green* W 10-27 at Toledo* W 11-2 Western Michigan* L 11-3 Northern Illinois* W 11-6 at Michigan W 11-9 at Ohio* L 11-10 at Kent State* L 11-13 Central Michigan* L 11-17 at Central Michigan* L ^ Northwestern Tourney - Evanston, Ill. & Huron Invitational - Ypsilanti, Mich. 1985: 15-18 (8-10 MAC) 9-6 Bradley! Georgetown! 9-7 Wisc.-Milwaukee! Ferris State 9-10 Northwood 9-13 vs. Western Illinois vs. DePaul 9-14 vs. Northern Iowa vs. Bradley 9-17 at Michigan 9-20 at Ball State* 9-21 at Miami* 9-24 Ohio State 9-26 Toledo* 9-27 Bowling Green* 10-4 at Northern Illinois* 10-5 at Western Michigan* 10-8 at Cleveland State 10-11 Kent State* 10-12 Ohio* 10-15 Central Michigan* 10-25 Ball State* 10-26 Miami* 10-29 at Central Michigan* 11-1 at Toledo* 11-2 at Bowling Green* 11-5 at Michigan State 11-8 Northern Illinois*

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Jennifer Nighswander (2000-03) leads EMU in career attempts (4,456) and ranks second in aces (185), digs (1,897) and sets played (438). 11-9 Western Michigan* 11-15 at Kent State * 11-16 at Ohio * 11-19 at Notre Dame 11-22 Michigan ! Huron Invitational - Ypsilanti, Mich.

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1986: 17-13 (8-8 MAC) 9-6 vs. Bradley! W at Iowa! L 9-7 vs. Nebraska-Omaha! L 9-9 Northwood W 9-12 Western Illinois@ W 9-13 Kentucky@ W 9-19 at Ohio * W 9-20 at Kent State * L 9-23 Michigan State W 9-26 vs. Georgetown# W vs. Virginia# W 9-27 vs. Rutgers# W vs. Pennsylvania# W 10-3 Miami* L 10-4 Ball State* W 10-7 Central Michigan* W 10-10 at Bowling Green * L 10-11 at Toledo * W 10-17 Western Michigan* L 10-21 at Ohio State L 10-24 Ohio* L 10-25 Kent State* W 11-4 at Central Michigan * L 11-7 at Miami * L 11-8 at Ball State * W 11-14 Bowling Green* L 11-15 Toledo* W 11-5 Michigan State L 11-8 Northern Illinois * L 11-19 Notre Dame L 11-21 at Western Michigan * L 11-25 at Michigan L ! Iowa Invitational - Iowa City, Iowa @ Ann Arbor News Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich.

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1987: 21-9 (5-3 MAC) 9-4 vs. Auburn$ W 3-0 9-5 vs. Akron$ W 3-0 at Michigan$ W 3-0 9-11 at Kentucky L 0-3 9-12 at Morehead State W 3-0 9-15 Illinois-Chicago W 3-0 9-18 at Tennessee% L 0-3 9-19 vs. Virginia Tech% W 3-0 vs. UAB% W 3-0 9-25 Xavier^ W 3-0 9-26 George Washington^ W 3-0 9-29 Michigan W 3-2 10-2 at Miami* W 3-1 10-3 at Ball State* W 3-1 200th Win 10-9 Central Michigan* L 0-3 10-10 at Bowling Green* L 0-3 10-16 Windsor W 3-0 10-20 at Central Michigan* L 1-3 10-23 at Wisconsin L 1-3 10-24 at Northern Illinois* W 3-1 10-30 Toledo* W 3-0 10-31 Western Michigan* L 2-3 11-4 at Notre Dame L 2-3 11-7 Ohio* W 3-0 11-13 at Kent State* W 3-0 11-17 Cleveland State W 3-0 11-20 vs. Wilfred Laurier& W 3-0 at Toledo& W 3-0 11-21 vs. Seneca& W 3-0 11-27 vs. Western Michigan* L 0-3 $ Michigan Tournament - Ann Arbor, Mich. % Tennessee Tourn. - Knoxville, Tenn. ^ EMU/Ann Arbor News Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich. & Toledo Can-Am Tournament - Toledo, Ohio *MAC Tournament Semifinal 1988: 14-11 (5-3 MAC) MAC TOURNAMENT RUNNER-UP 9-9 at Indiana! L 9-10 vs. Colorado! L vs. Georgia! L 9-13 at Michigan W 9-16 vs. Northeastern@ W 9-17 vs. Maryland@ W at George Washington@ W 9-23 Bowling Green* W 9-24 at Western Michigan* L 9-30 Georgetown# W 10-1 New Mexico State# L 10-7 at Ohio* W 10-8 at Toledo* W 10-11 Michigan State L 10-14 Tennessee W 10-15 Akron* W 10-28 at Central Michigan* L 10-29 Ball State* W 11-1 at Cleveland State W 11-4 Notre Dame L 11-11 Miami * W 11-12 Kent State* L 11-13 Iowa L 11-25 vs. Central Michigan$ W 11-26 vs. Western Michigan% L ! Indiana Tournament - Bloomington, Ind. @ George Washington Invit. - Washington D.C. # EMU Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich. $ MAC Semifinal % MAC Championship

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All-Time Year-by-Year Results 1989: 18-8 (6-2 MAC) 9-1 at Syracuse^ L 9-2 vs. DePaul^ W vs. Hartford^ W 9-8 vs. William & Mary& L 9-9 at South Carolina& W vs. Duke& W 9-12 Michigan W 9-15 at Kentucky L 9-16 at E. Kentucky W 9-22 Southern Illinois# W 9-23 Villanova# W Northern Illinois# W 9-29 at Kent State* W 10-6 Central Michigan* W 10-7 at Notre Dame L 10-10 Michigan State W 10-14 at Ball State* W 10-20 Toledo* W 10-21 Ohio* W 10-27 Western Michigan* L 10-29 North Carolina St. W 11-3 at Wright State L 11-5 at Bowling Green* L 11-10 at Cincinnati W 11-11 at Miami* W 11-24 vs. Western Michigan! L ^ Syracuse Tournament - Syracuse, N.Y. & South Carolina Tourn. - Columbia, S.C. #EMU Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich. ! MAC Semifinal

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Nikki Stubbs (1989-90) was a first-team All-Mid-American Conference performer in 1990. She led the MAC in kills per game in 1990 and led the team in kills (584) and digs (478) in 1990. A junior-college AllAmerican before coming to Eastern, Stubbs is a member of both the EMU and the NJCAA Hall of Fames.

1990: 30-5 (6-2 MAC) MAC TOURNAMENT RUNNER-UP WIVC QUALIFIER 8-31 vs. Central Florida@ W vs. Nevada-Reno@ W 9-1 vs. Furman@ W at South Florida@ W 9-2 at Florida W 9-7 vs. Cincinnati# W 9-8 at Wright State# W vs. Virginia# W 9-11 at Michigan W 9-21 Akron$ W 9-22 Marquette$ W Valparaiso$ W 9-28 at Loyola-Chicago W 9-29 at DePaul W 10-5 Seneca% W Wisc.-Milwaukee% W 10-6 Windsor% W Auburn% W 10-9 Dayton W 10-13 Western Michigan* W 10-19 at Ohio * L 10-20 at Kent State* W 10-23 at Michigan State W 10-25 at Central Michigan* L 11-2 Miami* W 11-3 Ball State* W 11-10 at Toledo* W 11-11 at Bowling Green* W 11-15 Winnipeg W 11-23 vs. Western Michigan^ W 11-24 vs. Miami& L 11-29 vs. Hofstra^ W vs. Houston^ L 11-30 vs. Colorado^ W at Tennessee^ L @ South Florida Tourn.- Tampa, Fla. # Wright State Tournament - Dayton, Ohio $ EMU Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich. % EMU Tournament - Ypsilanti, Mich. ^ MAC Semifinal; & MAC Championship ^ WIVC - Knoxville, Tenn. 1991: 8-20 (4-12 MAC) 9-6 vs. SE Missouri State! 9-7 vs. Mississippi! at Southern Illinois! 9-13 at SW Missouri State@ 9-14 vs. Notre Dame@ vs. Ohio State@ 9-20 at Toledo * 9-21 at Bowling Green * 9-23 Michigan State 9-27 Ohio * 9-28 Kent State * 10-4 at Ball State * 10-5 at Miami * 10-8 at Dayton 10-11 Eastern Illinois# 10-12 Windsor# Loyola-Chicago# 10-15 Central Michigan* 10-19 Western Michigan* 10-25 Bowling Green* 10-26 Toledo* 10-29 Michigan 11-1 at Kent State* 11-2 at Ohio* 11-8 Miami *

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11-9 Ball State* L 0-3 11-12 at Central Michigan * L 1-3 11-22 at Western Michigan * L 0-3 ! Southern Illinois Tourn.-Carbondale, Ill. @ SW Missouri State - Springfield, Mo. # EMU/Ann Arbor News Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich. 1992: 8-21 (4-14 MAC) 9-4 at Illinois-Chicago # L 9-5 at Michigan State L 9-11 vs. Duquesne$ W 9-12 vs. NE Illinois$ W vs. Cincinnati$ L 9-18 Toledo* L 9-19 Bowling Green* L 9-25 at Ball State* L 9-26 at Western Michigan* L 10-2 Ohio* L 10-3 Miami* L 10-9 at Kent State * L 10-10 at Akron * L 10-13 Central Michigan* L 10-16 Windsor% W 10-17 Morehead State% W 10-20 Dayton L 10-23 at Toledo* L 10-24 at Bowling Green* L 10-30 Ball State* L 10-31 Western Michigan* L 11-6 at Ohio* W 11-8 at Miami* L 11-13 Kent State* W 11-14 Akron* W 11-17 at Central Michigan* W 11-20 vs. Missouri^ L 11-21 at Eastern Illinois^ L vs. Wright State^ L # at East Lansing, Michigan $ EMU/Ann Arbor News Classic - Ypsilanti, Mich. % EMU Tournament-Ypsilanti, Mich. ^ Eastern Illinois Tourn.-Charleston, Ill. 1993: 18-11 (8-10 MAC) 9-1 Cincinnati 9-3 at Morehead State 9-5 vs. Chicago State& vs. East Tennessee St& 9-6 vs. UNC Greensboro& at Eastern Kentucky& 9-8 at Michigan State 9-10 Canisius# Wisc.-Green Bay# 9-11 Chicago State# Wisc.-Milwaukee# 9-17 Western Michigan* 9-18 Ball State* 9-24 at Miami * 9-25 at Ohio * 300th Win 10-1 Akron* 10-2 Kent State* 10-6 at Central Michigan* 10-15 at Bowling Green* 10-16 at Toledo* 10-22 at Western Michigan* 10-23 at Ball State* 10-29 Miami* 10-30 Ohio* 11-5 at Akron* 11-6 at Kent State* 11-12 Central Michigan*

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All-Time Year-by-Year Results 11-19 Bowling Green* L 1-3 11-20 Toledo* W 3-0 & Eastern Kentucky Tournament-Richmond, Ky. # EMU/Ann Arbor News Classic- Ypsilanti, Mich. 1994: 13-14 (7-10 MAC) 9-2 vs. Toledo! W at South Florida! L 9-3 vs. Florida Atlantic! W vs. Wright State! L 9-7 Michigan W 9-9 vs. Valparaiso@ L 9-10 vs. Chicago State@ W vs. Xavier@ W 9-13 Michigan State L 9-16 Ohio* L 9-17 Miami* L 9-23 at Kent State* W 9-24 at Akron* L 9-28 Central Michigan* L 10-4 at Dayton W 10-7 Toledo* W 10-8 Bowling Green* L 10-14 at Ball State* L 10-15 at Western Michigan* L 10-21 at Ohio* W 10-22 at Miami* L 10-28 Kent State* W 10-29 Akron* W 11-4 at Central Michigan* L 11-9 Western Michigan* W 11-11 at Toledo* W 11-12 at Bowling Green* L ! South Florida Tournament - Tampa, Fla. @ Toledo Tournament - Toledo, Ohio 1995: 2-24 (2-15 MAC) 9-1 at San Francisco# L vs. Cal-St. Northridge# L 9-2 vs. Idaho# L vs. San Jose State# L 9-4 at Stanford L 9-8 vs. Arizona State$ L 9-9 at Texas Tech$ L vs. Arkansas State$ L 9-15 at Akron * L 9-16 at Kent State * L 9-22 Central Michigan* L 9-26 at Ohio* L 9-29 Bowling Green* L 9-30 Toledo* W 10-6 at Western Michigan* L 10-7 at Ball State* L 10-13 Miami * L 10-14 Ohio* L 10-20 Akron* L 10-21 Kent State* L 10-27 at Central Michigan * L 11-3 at Bowling Green * L 11-4 at Toledo * L 11-10 Western Michigan* L 11-11 Ball State* W # San Francisco Classic - San Francisco, Calif. $ Red Raider Blast - Lubbock, Texas

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1996: 7-21 (1-16 MAC) 8-30 vs. Niagara% W vs. Youngstown State% W 8-31 at Buffalo% W vs. Canisius% W 9-8 at Georgia W 9-13 vs. Boise State^ L at South Carolina^ L 9-14 at Kansas State^ L vs. UMKC^ W 9-20 Central Michigan* L 9-21 at Michigan L 9-27 Toledo* W 9-28 Bowling Green* L 10-4 at Ball State * L 10-5 at Western Michigan * L 10-11 Ohio* L 10-12 Miami* L 10-18 at Kent State* L 10-19 at Akron* L 10-20 at Cleveland State L 10-25 at Central Michigan* L 11-1 at Toledo* L 11-2 at Bowling Green* L 11-8 Ball State* L 11-9 Western Michigan* L 11-12 Kent State* L 11-15 at Ohio* L 11-16 Akron* L % Buffalo Tournament-Buffalo, N.Y. ^ Kansas State Tournament-Manhattan, Kan. 1997: 8-18 (4-12 MAC) 8-29 vs. Florida Atlantic& W 8-30 at Central Florida& L vs. South Florida& L 9-5 vs. Montana # W 9-6 at Michigan # L vs. Florida State # L 9-10 Cleveland State L 9-12 at Wright State! W 9-13 vs. Eastern Illinois! L vs. Valparaiso! W 9-17 at Miami * L 9-20 Bowling Green* L 9-26 at Western Michigan * L 9-27 at Northern Illinois * L 10-3 at Central Michigan * L 10-10 Toledo* W 10-11 Ball State* L 10-15 Kent State* L 10-18 at Akron* W 10-24 Western Michigan* L 10-25 Northern Illinois* L 10-29 Central Michigan* W 11-7 at Toledo * L 11-8 at Ball State * L 10-12 at Ohio * L 11-15 Marshall* W & Central Florida Classic - Orlando, Fla. # Michigan Tournament - Ann Arbor, Mich. ! Wright State Tournament - Dayton, Ohio

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1998: 11-19 (7-11 MAC) 9-4 at Michigan State # L 9-5 vs. Pittsburgh # L vs. Central Michigan # L 9-9 at Oakland W 9-11 vs. Kentucky! L 9-12 at Butler! L vs. Kansas! L 9-18 vs. St. Louis@ L 9-19 at Kansas@ L vs. San Francisco@ W 9-23 at Central Michigan * W 9-26 at Akron* L 10-2 Toledo* W 10-3 Northern Illinois* L 10-4 Youngstown State W 10-7 at Western Michigan * W 10-9 Ohio* L 10-10 Marshall* L 10-16 Bowling Green* W 10-17 Ball State* L 10-21 Oakland W 10-23 at Marshall * L 10-24 at Ohio * L 10-30 at Miami * L 11-3 at Northern Illinois * L 11-6 Central Michigan* L 11-7 Western Michigan* W 11-13 Akron* L 11-14 at Kent State* W 11-21 at Buffalo* W # Michigan State Tourn.-E. Lansing, Mich. ! Butler Invitational-Indianapolis, Ind. @ Kansas Tournament-Lawrence, Kan. 1999: 20-12 (10-8 MAC) 9-1 Oakland W 9-3 Chicago State ! W 9-4 Indiana State ! L Georgia Southern ! W 9-10 vs. Middle Tenn. St. # W 9-11 at Valparaiso # W vs. DePaul # W 9-17 at Tennessee $ L 9-18 vs. Kansas $ L vs. Lehigh $ W 9-21 at Buffalo* W 9-24 Toledo* W 9-25 Ball State* L 10-1 at Ohio* W 10-2 at Kent State* L 10-8 at Miami* L 10-9 at Ball State* L 10-13 at Oakland W 10-15 Akron* L 10-16 Buffalo* W 10-22 at Toledo* W 10-27 at Bowling Green* W 11-5 Miami* W 11-6 Kent State* L 11-7 Robert Morris W 11-11 at Central Michigan* W 11-13 Bowling Green* W 11-15 Cleveland State W 11-19 Marshall* W 11-20 at Northern Illinois* L 11-23 at Western Michigan% L ! EMU Classic-Ypsilanti, Mich. # Valparaiso Classic - Valparaiso, Ind. $ Tennessee Tournament - Knoxville, Tenn % MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

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All-Time Year-by-Year Results 2000: 7-23 (5-13 MAC) 9-1 vs. Utah # L 0-3 9-2 at New Hampshire # L 1-3 9-2 vs. UMass # L 0-3 9-8 at Dayton @ L 0-3 9-9 vs. Cincinnati @ L 0-3 9-9 vs. New Hampshire @ L 2-3 9-12 at Oakland L 2-3 9-15 vs. San Jose State & L 0-3 9-16 at Portland & L 0-3 9-16 vs. Ala.-Birmingham & W 3-0 9-19 at Cleveland State L 0-3 9-22 at Marshall* W 3-1 9-23 at Ohio* L 0-3 9-29 Buffalo* W 3-0 9-30 Western Michigan* L 0-3 10-7 at Northern Illinois* L 0-3 10-11 Toledo* W 3-0 10-13 at Akron * L 1-3 10-14 Miami* L 1-3 10-18 Central Michigan* L 2-3 10-20 at Bowling Green* L 0-3 10-27 at Toledo* W 3-1 10-28 Ohio* L 0-3 11-1 at Central Michigan* L 1-3 11-3 at Ball State* L 0-3 11-4 at Western Michigan* L 0-3 11-10 Northern Illinois* W 3-2 11-11 Kent State* L 0-3 11-14 Oakland W 3-0 11-18 Ball State* L 0-3 # - New Hampshire Tournament - Durham, N.H. @ - Dayton Tournament - Dayton, Ohio & - Portland Tournament - Portland, Ore.

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2001: 19-10 (11-7 MAC) 9-1 at IUPUI # 9-2 vs. North Carolina St.# 9-2 vs. Jacksonville St. # 9-7 vs. Georgia ^ 9-8 at Michigan ^ 9-8 vs. Pittsburgh ^ 9-19 Northern Illinois* 9-22 Central Michigan* 9-26 at Toledo* 9-28 at Kent State* 9-29 at Ohio* 10-5 at Western Michigan* 10-6 Marshall* 10-9 at IPFW 10-12 Akron* 10-13 Bowling Green* 10-16 Cleveland State 10-19 Ohio* 10-20 Ball State* 10-23 Western Michigan* 10-26 at Miami* 10-27 at Ball State* 10-30 Oakland 11-2 at Buffalo* 11-6 at Central Michigan* 11-9 at Northern Illinois* 11-13 at Oakland 11-16 Toledo* 11-20 at Ball State $

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2002: 27-7 (13-5 MAC) 8-30 vs. E. Washington# L 8-31 vs. Xavier# W 8-31 at Jacksonville# W 9-6 vs. Florida Atlantic@ W 9-7 at Montana State W 9-7 vs. Gonzaga W 9-10 at Oakland W 9-13 vs. W. Kentucky% W 9-13 at Western Illinois% W 9-14 vs. Iowa% W 9-14 vs. Northwestern St. W 9-24 IPFW W 9-27 Kent State* W 9-28 Miami* W 10-4 at Marshall* W 10-5 at Ohio* L 10-9 Toledo* W 10-11 at Western Michigan* L 10-12 at Northern Illinois * W 10-16 at Akron* L 10-19 at Ball State * L 10-25 Northern Illinois* W 10-26 Buffalo* W 10-26 Valaparaiso W 10-30 Central Michigan* W 11-1 at Bowling Green* W 11-2 Ball State* L 11-3 Western Illinois W 11-8 at Toledo* W 11-9 Western Michigan* W 11-16 Marshall* W 11-20 at Central Michigan* W 11-26 Marshall $ W 11-29 at Ball State $ L #Jacksonville Tournament - Jacksonville, Fla. @ Montana St. Tournament - Bozeman, Mont. % Western Illinois Tournament - Macomb, Ill. $ MAC Tournament

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

Sara Schaub (1997-2000) was the first player in MAC history to average over four kills and digs per game in the same season.

2003: 21-12 (8-8 MAC) 8-29 vs. Loyola # W 8-29 at Duquesne # W 8-30 vs. St. Peter’s # W 8-30 at Robert Morris # W 9-3 Oakland W 9-12 Wisconsin-Green Bay @ W 9-13 Western Illinois @ W 9-13 Montana State @ L 9-16 at Cleveland State W 9-19 at Coastal Carolina $ W 9-20 vs. Bethune-Cookman $ W 9-20 vs. East Carolina $ W 9-26 at Kent State * W 9-27 at Buffalo * W 10-3 Ball State* W 10-4 at IPFW W 10-10 at Western Michigan* W 10-13 Akron* L 10-15 at Central Michigan* L 10-17 Ohio* L 10-22 Western Michigan* W 10-24 Bowling Green* W 10-28 at Northern Illinois* L 10-30 at Toledo* W 11-1 Central Michigan* L 11-7 Marshall* W 11-8 Northern Illinois* L 11-14 at Miami* L 11-15 at Ball State* L 11-18 Bowling Green^ W 11-21 at Ball State^ L 11-28 at Brigham Young L 11-29 at Utah L # at Robert Morris/Duquesne Invitational @ EMU Invitational - Ypsilanti, Mich. ^ MAC Tournament 2004: 16-13 (10-6 MAC) 9-1 at Oakland W 9-3 vs Ole Miss ! L 9-3 vs Morehead State ! W 9-4 vs Baylor ! W 9-10 at Michigan @ L 9-11 vs Florida State @ L 9-11 vs Oakland @ W 9-17 vs IUPUI # L 9-18 vs Robert Morris # L 9-18 at Cleveland State # L 9-22 at Central Michigan* W 9-24 Northern Illinois* W 9-25 Buffalo* W 10-1 at Akron* W 10-2 Central Michigan* W 10-5 IPFW W 10-8 Western Michigan* W 10-9 Ball State* L 10-15 Kent State* W 10-16 Miami* W 10-20 at Northern Illinois* L 10- 22 Toledo* W 10-30 at Bowling Green* W 11- 5 at Marshall* L 11-6 at Ohio* L 11-12 at Ball State* L 11-13 at Western Michigan* L 11-16 Central Michigan $ W 11-19 vs. Western Michigan $ L ! at Magnolia Invitational @ at Michigan/Pepsi Challenge # at Cleveland State Tournament $ Mid-American Conference Tournament

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

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


All-Time Year-by-Year Results 2005: 22-7 (14-2 MAC) MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE WEST DIVISION CHAMPIONS 9-2 vs. Charleston Southern! W 3-0 9-3 at Jacksonville ! W 3-0 9-3 at North Florida ! W 3-1 9-9 vs. Drake @ W 3-0 9-10 vs. Saint Louis @ W 3-0 9-10 at Valparaiso @ L 2-3 9-13 at Michigan L 1-3 9-16 vs. Cal-Irvine # L 1-3 9-17 vs. IPFW # L 0-3 9-20 Oakland W 3-0 9-23 at Northern Illinois* W 3-0 9-24 at Western Michigan* W 3-0 9-30 at Central Michigan* W 3-0 10-1 Ohio* L 0-3 10-7 Western Michigan* W 3-1 10-8 Northern Illinois* W 3-0 10-14 at Miami* W 3-0 10-15 at Bowling Green* W 3-1 10-18 at IPFW W 3-2 10-21 at Toledo* W 3-1 10-22 at Ball State* L 1-3 10-28 Buffalo* W 3-0 10-29 Akron* W 3-1 11-4 Central Michigan* W 3-1 11-5 at Kent State* W 3-0 11-11 Ball State* W 3-0 11-12 Toledo* W 3-0 11-18 vs. Bowling Green $ W 3-0 11-19 vs. Ball State $ L 2-3 ! at UNF Labor Day Classic - Jacksonville, Fla. @ at Valparaiso Popcorn Classic - Valparasiso, Ind. # at Florida Campus USA Classic - Gainesville, Fla. $ Mid-American Conference Tournament 2006: 13-17 (6-10 MAC) 8-25 vs. New Mexico State ! L 0-3 8-25 at UTEP ! W 3-2 8-26 vs. Texas Tech ! L 2-3 8-26 vs. Sacramento State ! L 0-3 9-1 at Michigan State@ L 0-3 9-1 vs. Miami (Fla.) @ W 3-0 9-2 vs. Villanova @ W 3-0 9-15 at Coll. of Charleston # W 3-1 9-16 vs. Iowa # L 1-3 9-16 vs. Columbia # W 3-1 9-22 Northern Illinois* L 1-3 9-23 Western Michigan* L 2-3 9-28 at Central Michigan* L 0-3 9-30 at No. 21 Ohio* L 0-3 10-3 IPFW L 0-3 10-6 at Western Michigan* L 0-3 10-7 at Northern Illinois* L 2-3 10-12 Miami* L 0-3 10-15 Bowling Green* L 0-3 10-18 Toledo* W 3-0 10-21 Ball State* W 3-0 10-24 at Oakland W 3-0 10-27 at Buffalo* W 3-1 10-28 at Akron* W 3-0 11-2 Central Michigan* W 3-2 11-4 Kent State* W 3-0 11-10 at Ball State* L 0-3 11-11 at Toledo* L 1-3 11-14 Kent State $ W 3-1 11-17 vs. No. 18 Ohio $ L 2-3 ! at Sun Bowl Volleyball Invitational - El Paso, Texas @ at Michigan State Tournament - E. Lansing, Mich. # at CofC Invitational - Charleston, S.C. $ Mid-American Conference Tournament

Ashley Cudney (2003-06) notched a careerhigh 50 digs to become EMU’s all-time digs leader against NIU, Oct. 7, 2006. She also set a team and tied the MAC record for digs in a single match. 2007: 20-14 (8-8 MAC) 8-24 at Charlotte ! W 8-25 vs. Appalachian State ! W 8-25 vs. Presbyterian ! W 8-28 at IPFW L 8-31 vs. Delaware State @ W 9-1 vs. Evansville @ W 9-1 at Xavier @ W 9-4 at Wright State W 9-7 at No. 14 Michigan # L 9-7 vs. Xavier # L 9-11 Michigan State L 9-14 at Albany $ L 9-15 vs. Brown $ W 9-15 vs. Northeastern $ W 9-21 Ball State* W 9-22 Toledo* W 9-25 Oakland W 9-28 at Western Michigan* L 9-29 at Northern Illinois* L 10-4 at Central Michigan* W 10-6 No. 21 Ohio* L 10-12 at Miami* L 10-13 at Bowling Green* L 10-19 Buffalo* W 10-20 Akron* W 10-26 at Toledo* W 10-27 at Ball State* W 11-2 Northern Illinois* W 11-3 Western Michigan* L 11-8 Central Michigan* L 11-10 at Kent State* L 11-13 Akron % W 11-16 vs. Western Michigan % W 11-17 vs. Miami L ! at Charlotte Invitational - Charlotte, N.C. @ at Xavier Tournament - Cincinnnati, Ohio # at Michigan Invitational - Ann Arbor, Mich. $ at Albany Tournament - Albany, N.Y. % Mid-American Conference Tournament

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

2008: 10-22 (4-12 MAC) 8-29 vs. Appalachian State ! W 8-30 at William and Mary ! L 8-30 vs. Md.-Baltimore County L 9-5 vs. SIU Edwardsville @ L 9-5 vs. Wiconsin-Milwaukee L 9-6 at Bradley @ L 9-9 Wright State W 9-12 vs. Charleston Southern# W 9-12 vs. UNC Wilmington # W 9-13 at Georgia Southern # W 9-16 IPFW L 9-19 vs. VA Commonwealth $ L 9-19 at Pittsburgh $ L 9-20 vs. Gonzaga $ L 9-26 at Toledo* W 9-27 at Ball State* L 10-3 Western Michigan* L 10-4 Northern Illinois* W 10-7 at Oakland W 10-9 at Central Michigan* L 10-11 at Ohio* L 10-17 Bowling Green* L 10-18 Miami* L 10-24 at Akron* L 10-25 at Buffalo* W 10-31 Ball State* L 11-1 Toledo* L 11-7 at Northern Illinois* L 11-8 at Western Michigan* L 11-13 Central Michigan* L 11-15 Kent State* W 11-18 at Ball State % L ! at Tribe Volleyball Invitational @ at Bradley Tournament # at Georgia Southern Tournament $ at Pittsburgh Invitational % Mid-American Conference Tournament

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

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Kate Sulewski set the EMU career record for assists and ranks fourth in the MAC, compiling 5,474 between 2004-07.


All-Time Letterwinners

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Allen, Jen Allen, Sue Alves, Laura (Granowski) Anderson, Julie Anderson, Sherry Arndt, Sara Atkins, Lucy Balko, Sherrie Baltare, Becky Barone, Christy Bartlett, Melissa Bates, Jill Bates, Katie Baun, Robin Black, Angie Black, Dani Blok, Cheryl Boehmer, Lauren Boyde, Christine Brown, Sharon Burke, Sandy Busch, Emily Butt, Richelle Calcamuggio, Corey Carlstedt, Angela Cassarino, Maureen (Hopkins) Chase, Erin Childs, Kathy Coleman, Chris Cook, Barb Covey, Bonnie Covell, Darlene Cox, Ramona Crecchiolo, Mary Crosby, Marsha (Baker) Cudney, Ashley Darland, Danielle Davan, Pam Davis, Dottie DeBoer, Barbara Diener, Dawn Dietz, Terri Dingman, Julie Dolan, Patricia Doyle, Mary Dunovsky, Sharon Enright, Renee Fabian, Jane Farmer, Diana Fodor, Bessheen Ford, Theresa Fontaine, Sharon Frenette, Penney Golden, Diane (Mazur) Good, Emily Goranson, Jenn Graham, Stacy Gregerson, Sarah Gregson, Leslie Hanley, Lorna Hawkes, Tracy Hayes, Laura Hayes, Lisa Henderson, Kris Henderson, Lisa Heuker, Julie Hibsky, Elizabeth Hickman, Bree Hickman, Jeradee Higgins, Kathleen Higgins, Patti Hinkle, Olivia Huffman, Courtney Hutton, Jill Irwin, Abigail Jadzinski, Karen (Craig)

1999-2000 1977-79 Postdated 1979 1987-90 1995-98 1996-99 Postdated 2002-05 2001 2004-05 2008 2004-07 Postdated 1998-99 1999-2000 2001 2007 1977 1986 1993-96 2001-04 1983 2004-07 1995-96 Postdated 1991-94 1980-82 1988 1978-79 1982-85 Postdated 1996-97 1979-80 Postdated 2003-06 1992-95 1990-91 1976-77 1977 1981-83 1976 1992 Postdated 1981 1986-89 1978 1986 1978-80 1988-89 1990-93 1980 1998 Postdated 2008 1987-88 1988-91 1998-99 1992 1985 1985 1983-84 1983-85 1995-96 1985 1999 Postdated 2001-02 1980-81 1977 Postdated 2003-05 1998-2001 1996-99 1977-78 Postdated

Janik, Marilyn Jarzynka, Kim Jiminez, Linda Johnson, Cathy Jones, Cynthia Karnatz, Terry Keefer, Kourtney Kelly, Noreen Kemp, Kiba Kivi, Kara Koller, Cornelia Krete, Dana Lane, Janice Lancaster, Kathy (O’Neil) Laurencelle, Staci Leonard, Mabel (Kluesner) Leite, Hayvolla Loetscher, Denise Mack, Stephanie Madson, Carol Mareski, Terry Mason, Ashley Massucci, Belinda Mate, Nancy (Dustin) McElfresh, Meg McKenzie, Joi Mosher, Crystal Mousseau, Amy Munch, Roxanne Munson, Shayna Murphy, Julie Norton, Lynn Nighswander, Jennifer Nunamaker, Keely Oatley, Alma Olaio, Camila Olsen, Gretchen Pachiva, Joanne Pawlowski, Teri Perkins, Keira Pesha, Diane Piccolini, Bethany Piccolini, Lindsay Pincumbe, Sharon Pirelle, Danniell Price, Anne Marie Price, Kristie Putnam, Vicki Rademacher, Nancy Rainey, Karen

Postdated 2006-08 1976-77 1978 Postdated Postdated 2000-02 1980 1992-94 1998-2001 1983 1996-99 1978-79 Postdated 1990-93 Postdated 2007-08 1986 2003-04 1981 Postdated 2008 Postdated Postdated Postdated 2007-08 1977-78 1994 1986-89 2001-02 1976-78 Postdated 2000-03 1991-94 Postdated 1998-99,2001-02 1991-93 1979-81 1986-90 1995 Postdated 2001, 2003-05 2003-06 1976-77 1976 2004-05 2000 Postdated 1984-87 Postdated

Randolph, Victoria Rapin, Elaine Ratajczak, Keri Reenders, Abby Reenders, Becky Relyea, Kim Rerucha, Stacy Reynolds, Wendy Roll, Nancy (Buzette) Roth, Gisela Runha, Cintia Saunders, Linda (Evans) Schaefer, Marcia Schaetzke, Biz Schaub, Sara Schneider, Cheryl Schneider, Sarah Shane, Marilene Simpson, Karen Simpson, Karen Smith, Sarah Smith, Shari Smith, Veronica Sowers, Cassie Stein, Haley Stevenson, Donna Steward, Kristen Stewart, Dana Stubbs, Nikki Suarez, Carol Sulewski, Kate Swartz, Jennifer Thompson, Jody Tipton, Alexis Truchan, Miki Uehlin, Sara Viney, Lauren Wagenmaker, Katie Waldron, Kathryn Mary Waltz, Heather Warmington, Diane Wettemhall, Kathy (Majer) Wiggins, Linda Wolosiansky, Jill Wujek, Jane Young, Kristin Young, Yvonne Zacharski, Beth Zaks, Susan (Friedman)

2006-08 1976-77 1991 2004-07 2004-07 1987-88 1984-85 1979 Postdated 1986 1995-98 Postdated 1981 2003-06 1997-2000 1983-85 2000-01 1993-96 1990-93 1996-99 1993 1986 1993-97 2008 2008 1990 1982 1999-2000 1989-90 1983-85 2004-07 2007-08 1994-97 1994-97 1983-84 1997-98 2002-03 2000-03 Postdated 1990-93 1979-82 Postdated 1986-89 2005-08 1979-82 1989-90 1977-79 1987-88 Postdated

** Postdated in the year field denotes that the letter was awarded postdated by their coach and the E-Club Board of Directors. These individuals participated prior to 1976 when EMU began awarding scholarships

The 2005 Eagles captured the program’s first Mid-American Conference West Division title with a 22-7 overall record and a 14-2 MAC mark. The squad set the school record for most conference victories (14) and reached the 20-win plateau for the eighth time in the program’s history.


The 1990 Trip to the Postseason 1990 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Record: 30-5 overall; 6-2 Mid-American Conference

The 1990 season marked the first-ever national postseason appearance for the Eastern Michigan University volleyball program, as the then-Hurons qualified for the Women’s Invitational Volleyball Championships, where Eastern went 2-2 before being eliminated by Tennessee. Led by head coach Nona Richardson and seniors Nikki Stubbs and Sherry Anderson, Eastern stormed out to 20 straight wins en route to a 30-5 season, both of which are school records. Current Eagles’ head coach Kim Berrington was an assistant coach with the 1990 EMU squad. Eastern finished the season as the South Florida Tournament champions, Wright State Tournament champions and Ann Arbor News Classic champions. Eastern then qualified for the MAC tournament, where it lost in the championship game to Miami in a five-set thriller. Eastern’s Stubbs, Anderson and Stacy Graham were named first-team All-MAC. Stubbs ranked fourth in hitting percentage in the conference and was second in kills per game at 4.75 kpg. Graham ranked second in the MAC in hitting percentage and blocks per game, while Anderson also ranked in the top three in the MAC in assists (11.37 apg) and led the team with 42 service aces.

Date Aug. 31 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 21 Sept. 22 Sept. 22 Sept. 28 Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 11 Nov. 15 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 29 Nov. 29 Nov. 30 Nov. 30 @ # $ % ^ & ! *

Opponent w/l vs. Central Florida@ w vs. Nevada-Reno@ w vs. Furman@ W at South Florida@ W at Florida W vs. Cincinnati# W at Wright State# W vs. Virginia# W at Michigan W Akron$ W Marquette$ W Valparaiso$ W at Loyola-Chicago W at DePaul W Seneca% W Wisc.-Milwaukee% W Windsor% W Auburn% W Dayton W Western Michigan* W at Ohio* L at Kent State* W at Michigan State W at Central Michigan* L Miami* W Ball State* W at Toledo* W at Bowling Green* W Winnipeg W vs. Western Michigan^ W vs. Miami& L vs. Hofstra! W vs. Houston! L vs. Colorado! W at Tennessee! L

Scores 15-5, 15-3, 15-9 15-13, 15-8, 15-8 15-8, 15-1, 15-5 15-5, 15-13, 15-10 15-13, 15-5, 16-14 15-12, 15-7, 15-7 13-15, 15-4, 15-3, 15-5 15-12, 17-15, 15-6 15-9, 15-10, 15-6 15-9, 17-19. 15-7, 3-15, 15-8 15-7, 15-13, 15-2 15-2, 15-3, 15-6 15-9, 15-9, 15-5 9-15, 15-6, 15-6, 15-12 15-1, 15-5, 15-2 15-5, 15-7, 15-6 15-3, 15-3, 15-1 15-7, 15-6, 15-7 15-7, 16-14, 15-8 15-8, 15-12, 15-1 15-10, 16-14, 11-15, 14-16, 12-15 15-9, 15-2, 15-7 15-9, 15-3, 15-7 15-13, 15-9, 11-15, 12-15, 6-15 15-4, 16-14, 5-15, 15-11 15-7, 15-2, 15-3 15-12, 15-3, 15-6 15-8, 8-15, 11-15, 15-10, 15-7 15-7, 16-14, 12-15, 15-8 7-15, 15-7, 15-9, 15-10 13-15, 19-17, 15-9, 6-15, 13-15 15-9, 7-15, 9-15, 15-12, 15-11 15-11, 6-15, 10-15, 6-15 15-7, 13-15, 15-11, 15-13 15-6, 10-15, 11-15, 9-15

South Florida Tournament - Tampa, Fla. Wright State Tournament - Dayton, Ohio EMU/Ann Arbor News Classic EMU Tournament - Ypsilanti, Mich. MAC Semifinal MAC Championship WIVC Championships - Knoxville, Tenn. Mid-American Conference match

A TTACK SET SERVE PASS NAME MP G K E TA PCT AST SA SE RE Stacy Graham 35 122 366 101 864 .307 14 11 19 1 Nikki Stubbs 35 123 584 212 1390 .268 7 22 21 40 Theresa Ford 18 51 78 30 183 .262 4 3 5 0 Krisitin Young 27 90 197 70 530 .240 62 25 32 17 Sherry Anderson 35 125 81 24 239 .238 1421 42 22 1 Pam Davan 34 115 302 63 1017 .235 15 19 14 44 Donna Stevenson 26 81 89 37 240 .217 4 4 8 3 Staci Laurencelle 28 65 38 17 134 .157 10 11 12 9 Teri Pawlowski 23 78 1 0 12 .083 0 17 13 14 Karen Simpson 35 112 24 15 116 .078 4 25 16 14 Heather Waltz 8 10 8 8 21 .000 0 0 2 1 Team 5 EMU TOTALS 35 125 1768 577 4746 .251 1541 179 164 149 OPP TOTALS 35 125 1637 830 4854 .166 1404 149 284 179

DEF DG 187 478 22 234 368 347 47 129 137 238 7

BS 50 8 9 7 6 11 23 2 0 1 0

2194 2062

117 80

BA 115 49 36 51 66 39 67 18 0 1 0

BLOCK BE BHE 21 4 9 5 9 7 5 5 7 28 7 9 25 3 0 5 0 3 3 3 1 1

442 87 261 126

73 87

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A pair of former Eastern Michigan University volleyball standouts have continued to excel on the court after graduation. Shayna Munson (Temperance, Mich.-BedfordKellogg C.C.) and Lindsay Piccolini (St. Clairsville, OhioSt. Clairsville) have taken their games to the professional level. Munson is a member of the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour, while Piccolini is in Europe playing for Somero Volleyball Club in Somero, Finland. Munson has played on the tour since 2005, including making it into the main draw on 16 occasions. In 2009, she and her playing partner Dana Fiume advanced to the main draw five times with their best finish happening at the Brooklyn event in New York, July 2-4, when they finished in 13th place. Recently at the Hermosa Beach Tournament in California, Aug. 6-8, the tandem squared off against the duo of Rachel Wacholder and Kerri Walsh. Wacholder/ Walsh prevailed by a score of 21-16, 21-11. Additionally, Munson and Fiume have been competing on the AVP Young Guns Tour and were at one point during the year ranked as the top team on the tour. They won 56 the Point Pleasant Beach Invitational in Point Pleasant, N.J., June 6-7, 2009, and finished as the runner-up at the Fort Lauderdale event, March 21-22, 2009.

Munson played for head coach Kim Berrington in 2001 and 2002 after transferring from Kellogg Community College. A force in the middle, Munson played in 63 matches for the Green and White, as the team posted a 46-17 record during her tenure in Ypsilanti. Munson tallied 644 kills and a .230 hitting percentage. Her skills were also been evident on defense, as she finished with 670 digs and 192 total blocks in just 226 sets played. Piccolini will play for Somero Volleyball Club in 2009 after spending the 2007 and 2008 seasons in Germany as a part of TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen I in Leverkusen, Germany, which is located on the eastern bank of the Rhine, half way between Cologne and D端sseldorf. While in Germany, Piccolini was voted onto the 2008-09 All-Star Team in Bundesliga and she finished 16th in the league in hitting percentage and 21st in blocks. A two-time first-team All-MAC selection in 2005 and 2006, Piccolini was a fixture in the EMU rotation from 2003 until 2006. She holds numerous spots in the EMU record books ranking second in block assists (348), fifth in block solos (80), seventh in kills (1,201) and 10th in total attempts (2,805). As a senior Piccolini played in all 109 sets, averaging 4.51 kills and 1.20 blocks. As a sophomore, Piccolini led the Mid-American Conference in blocks per set at 1.47.


EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

2009 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Date 8/28 8/29 9/1 9/4 9/5 9/9 9/11 9/12 9/18 9/19 9/25 9/26 9/29 10/2 10/3

OppOnent Fairfield# Sacred Heart# Army# IPFW Miami (Fla.)$ Northern Colorado$ North Dakota State$ micHiGan Northwestern State% Arkansas State% Mississippi State% DePaul^ Sacramento State^ Western Kentucky^ centRaL micHiGan* Kent State* Cleveland State tOLeDO* BaLL State*

LOcatiOn West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Fort Wayne, Ind. Greeley, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Greeley, Colo. convocation center Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. convocation center Kent, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio convocation center convocation center

time Noon 3 p.m. Noon 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Noon 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date 10/6 10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/24 10/29 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14

OppOnent OaKLanD Western Michigan* Northern Illinois* Bowling Green* Miami* aKROn* BUFFaLO* Central Michigan* OHiO* Ball State* Toledo* nORtHeRn iLLinOiS* WeSteRn micHiGan*

LOcatiOn convocation center Kalamazoo, Mich. DeKalb, Ill. Bowling Green, Ohio Oxford, Ohio convocation center convocation center Mount Pleasant, Mich. convocation center Muncie, Ind. Toledo, Ohio convocation center convocation center

time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

2009 miD-ameRican cOnFeRence tOURnament 11/17 11/20 11/21 11/22

First Round Quarterfinal Round Semifinal Round Championship Game

TBA (Campus Sites) Toledo, Ohio (SeaGate Centre) Toledo, Ohio (SeaGate Centre) Toledo, Ohio (SeaGate Centre)

7 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

Home matches in BOLD capS • * Mid-American Conference match • All times are local to site # Army Invitational • $ Northern Colorado Classic • % Mississippi State Invitational • ^ DePaul Tournament

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