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2012 EOU VOLLEYBALL NOTEBOOK

EASTERN OREGON

BARRETT HENDERSON, ASST. AD, MEDIA RELATIONS ONE UNIVERSITY BLVD. LA GRANDE, ORE. 97850 O: 541.962.3946 C: 541.805.5687 F: 541.962.3577 BHENDERSON@EOU.EDU EOUSPORTS.COM

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2012 SCHEDULE

COMING UP:

8-2, 2-0 CASCADE AUGUST 11 17 17 18 23 24 24 25 25 31

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ALUMNI # 7 p.m. No. 10 Vanguard (Calif.) % L, 1-3 No. 8 Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) % W, 3-0 William Jessup (Calif.) % W, 3-0 Montana Western $ W, 3-0 Montana Tech $ W, 3-0 RV Great Falls (Mont.) $ W, 3-0 MSU-Northern $ W, 3-1 No. 21 Carroll (Mont.) $ L, 2-3 Evergreen (Wash.) * W, 3-0

SEPTEMBER 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28

Northwest (Wash) * CORBAN (Ore.) * NW CHRISTIAN (Ore.) * Southern Oregon * Oregon Tech * CONCORDIA (Ore.) * WARNER PACIFIC (Ore.) * College of Idaho *

W, 3-2 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m.

Matches 11-12: vs. Corban (2-6, 0-2) and vs. Northwest Christian (5-5, 0-2) When: Friday, Sept. 7, and Saturday, Sept. 8 Where: La Grande, Ore. (Quinn Coliseum) Live Video: www.EOUSports.com Live Stats: www.EOUSports.com Series: Under Kaki Morehead, EOU is 9-1 against Corban and 8-1 versus NCU.

NW Christian (Ore.) * Corban (Ore.) * NORTHWEST (Wash.) * EVERGREEN (Wash.) * COLLEGE OF IDAHO * WALLA WALLA Warner Pacific (Ore.) * Concordia (Ore.) *

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

NOVEMBER 2 3

OREGON TECH * SOUTHERN OREGON *

3 - KAITLYN DUNCAN GP: 36

K/G: 0.1

TA:34

PCT: -.029 A/G: 0.4

SA: 9

SR * Libero * Prineville, Ore. DIG/G: 5.7 BLK/G: 0.0

* Duncan is sixth in the country and second in the CCC currently with 205 digs. * Her 43 digs was one shy of her own school record last week at Northwest.

OCTOBER 5 6 12 13 19 23 26 27

EASTERN’S PROBABLE STARTERS

7 p.m. 7 p.m.

All dates and times are Pacific HOME MATCHES played at Quinn Coliseum * Cascade Conference match # Non-counting contest % College of Idaho tournament $ Cascade/Frontier Red Lion Cup

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4 - REBECCA HAIGHT GP: 33

K/G: 1.6

SR * Outside Hitter * Longview, Wash. TA: 210 PCT: .138 A/G: 0.1 SA: 9 DIG/G: 3.5 BLK/G: 0.3

* Haight is sixth in the conference with 115 total digs. * Named the conference Newcomer of the Year last season.

5 - ALISHA CRANE GP: 35

K/G: 2.2

SR * Middle Blocker * Glenns Ferry, Idaho TA: 178 PCT: .331 A/G: 0.1 SA: 5 DIG/G: 0.6 BLK/G: 0.6

* Crane’s 21 total blocks is 11th in the Cascade Conference. * She currently has the second best hitting percentage in the conference.

6 - CASEY LOPER GP: 35

K/G: 2.6

TA: 221 PCT: .271 A/G: 0.3

SO * Middle Hitter * Powell Butte, Ore. SA: 6 DIG/G: 0.6 BLK/G: 0.8

* Loper is fifth in the conference in total blocks and 42nd in the NAIA. * She is currently third in the conference in total kills and hitting percentage.

10 - JESSICA PERRON GP: 29

K/G: 0.0

TA: 9

PCT: .111 A/G: 5.8

SA: 2

FR * Setter * Dietrich, Idaho DIG/G: 1.4 BLK/G: 0.0

* Currently fifth in the conference in assists per game and total assists. * She has totaled 169 assists through 10 matches.

11 - TAYLOR STEWART GP: 34

K/G: 1.7

JR * Outside Hitter * Priest River, Idaho TA: 189 PCT: .159 A/G: 0.1 SA: 6 DIG/G: 2.7 BLK/G: 0.2

* Is 20th in the conference in hitting percentage. * Totaled 142 kills and 97 assists in 2011.

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QUICK FACTS Location ............................................ La Grande, Ore. Founded ............................................................... 1929 Enrollment .......................................................... 4,357 Nickname ............................................. Mountaineers Colors .... Navy & Vegas Gold (Pant. 2745 and 583) Court .................................. Quinn Coliseum (1,400) Conference .................................. Cascade Collegiate First Volleyball Season ..................... 1968 (43 years) President ............................................. Dr. Bob Davies Interim Athletic Director .............. Anji Weissenfluh Faculty Representative .......... Dr. Peter Diffenderfer Athletics Website ................... www.EOUSports.com Main Athletic Dept. Phone ………… 541.962.3497

WEEK 4 - CORBAN AND NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN SUN SEPT 2 MON SEPT 3 TUE SEPT 4 WED SEPT 5 THU SEPT 6 Practice La Grande

Practice La Grande

Practice La Grande

FRI SEPT 7

SAT SEPT 8

Match 11 Corban La Grande 7 p.m.

Match 12 NW Christian La Grande 7 p.m.

Practice La Grande

EASTERN OREGON NOTEWORTHY

• Under Morehead, the Mountaineers have won four straight over Corban, including 12 of the last 14 sets. • EOU has won nine of the 10 matches against the Warriors under Morehead. The lone loss came on Oct. 25, 2008, in Salem, 3-1. • Eastern has won seven straight over Corban in La Grande. • The Mountaineers are 10-1 all-time against Northwest Christian. • The Beacons’ lone victory over EOU was the first meeting between the schools on Sept. 21, 2007, 3-1, in Eugene. VOLLEYBALL FACTS 2012 Starters Returning/Lost ................................ 4/2 • Eastern responded by winning the next 30 consecutive sets. 2011 Record ........................................................ 17-11 • EOU has won all five meetings over the Beacons in La Grande. 2011 Cascade Record/Finish ...................... 15-3/ 3rd • Eastern Oregon is looking to begin Cascade Conference play 4-0 for the second 2011 High Ranking ................................................. RV straight season, after acheiving the feat for the first time in school history in 2011. Highest NAIA Ranking Ever ........................... No. 19 • EOU swept the opening weekend of CCC play for the fourth straight season. • The Mountaineers’ 15-set win streak earlier this season was the longest since 2000. Best Season Ever ...................................... 20-6 (1974) • EOU is 8-2 in the first set this season. All-Time Record ................................. 466-587 (.443) • Eastern has appeared in 10 straight NAIA polls. All-Time Cascade Record .................. 135-204 (.398) • EOU’s No. 19 NAIA ranking is the highest in program history. All-Time Postseason Record ............................ 13-26 • The Mountaineers victory over No. 8 Lewis-Clark State was the first in the last 15 CCC tournament .....… 10 appearances (6-15) tries against a top 10-ranked team for the Mountaineers in the last 10 years. ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘01, ‘05, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11 • EOU has won only four of its 47 matches versus a top 25-ranked opponent over NAIA National tournament ..... 0 appearances the past 10 seasons. • Eastern lost all six of its matches on a neutral floor last season, but are 6-2 on a COACHING STAFF neutral court this season. IHead Coach ...................................... Kaki Morehead • EOU broke its nine-match losing streak in five-set matches last week at NU. Year at School .......... Sixth Year (85-52, 66-29 CCC) • Eastern is in the top 25 in five statistical categories, including 14th in total digs, Volleyball Office Phone ...................... 541-962-3687 13th in total kills and 12th in total assists. Assistant Coach ................................ Haley McEnroe • Kaitlyn Duncan is sixth in the NAIA in total digs. Athletic Trainer ........................................ Russell Yap • Stefani Sorensen, Alisha Crane, and Casey Loper are 1-2-3 in the conference in hitting percentage. SPORTS INFORMATION Phone ………….......………………… 541.962.3946 • EOU is first in the CCC in kills per set, assists per set, digs per set, and hitting Fax ……………...….……………..….. 541.962.3577 percentage. • Morehead is 15 wins shy of her 100th career victory.

Ast. Ath. Dir., Media Relations .. Barrett Henderson Office phone ………….…..… 541.962.3946 Cell phone ………..……..….. 541.805.5687 E-mail ……….....….. bhenderson@eou.edu Mailing Address …….... Eastern Oregon University ……………….....………….… One University Blvd. ……………….....……..…….. La Grande, OR 97850

MEDIA REQUESTS

All requests for volleyball interviews and credentials should be directed to Barrett Henderson in the EOU Sports Information office. To arrange interviews or request credentials, call 541-805-5687 or e-mail bhenderson@eou.edu. Requests should be made at least 24 hours in advance. All interviews are prohibited from conflicting with classes, practice sessions, meetings or medical treatments.

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EASTERN OREGON MOUNTAINEERS W L Hit% 8 2 .230 Kills: Sorensen (86)

KPG APG 13.33 12.39 Assists: Perron (169)

CORBAN WARRIORS

8-2, 2-0 CCC SAPG DPG BPG 1.36 17.19 1.6 Digs: Duncan (205)

2-6, 0-2 CCC

W L Hit% KPG APG SAPG DPG BPG 2 6 .151 11.00 10.25 1.43 15.43 1.6 Kills: Assists: Digs: Teague (85) Salness (195) Hilt (89)

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN BEACONS

5-5, 0-2 CCC

W L Hit% KPG APG 5 5 .196 12.14 11.19 Kills: Assists: Brown (109) Dorr (184)

SAPG DPG BPG 1.68 16.57 2.0 Digs: McGowan (179)

STANDINGS

TEAM Eastern Oregon Warner Pacific THE MOUNTAINEERS LAST TIME OUT College of Idaho FIVE SET THRILLER GOES TO MOUNTAINEERS Concordia Sept. 1, 2012 Eastern took a two-point lead, 22-20, on Southern Oregon a kill by Haight and an attack error by Northwest KIRKLAND, Wash. – The Eastern Oregon Northwest. After a Crane kill, Lauryn Oregon Tech University volleyball team grabbed a 3-2 Ernster would make it 24-22 with her kills, Northwest Christian win at Northwest University. but EOU would come away with the set Corban victory on an attack error by the Eagles. Evergreen The Mountaineers (8-2, 2-0 Cascade Collegiate Conference) snapped their ninematch losing streak in five-set matches with the victory. The Northwest and EOU series was even at 11-11 over the last 10 years entering the match, and Saturday was another battle. “I’m just so happy we got this win tonight,” Eastern head coach Kaki Morehead said. “Not only to win a five-set match, but to beat such a quality team like Northwest means a lot. Northwest is a tough team no doubt about it.” Eastern Oregon was led by Stefani Sorensen’s 17 kills. Kaitlyn Duncan had a match-high 43 digs. Jessica Perron had a match-high 25 assists, and Bobbi Sumpter added 20 assists. Casey Loper and Alisha Crane combined for 24 kills, while Rebecca Haight totaled 11 kills and 20 digs. The first set featured seven ties early on. The turning point came with the score knotted at 13-13. Four straight attack errors by EOU would lead to a 17-13 Northwest lead. Irene Walters would stop the run with her kill. However, four straight kills by NU, and a service error by EOU would end the set, 25-19 for the Eagles.

VanDlac helped give NU a 10-8 lead in the fourth set with two service aces. Northwest maintained the lead the remainder of the set, growing the lead to 20-13 after Arika Zwack’s kill. Sorenson closed the lead to 22-17 with a pair of kills. Kills by Haight and Crane would make it a two point lead for NU, 22-20. But, the Eagles hung on and forced an extra set. The fifth and final set was close through its entirety, and following a 10-all tie, Eastern moved into a 12-10 lead on a Taylor Stewart kill and service ace. Zwack pulled the Eagles within one point with a kill, 1312, but following a Van Dlac kill, Stefani Sorensen closed the match with a kill. VanDlac led Northwest U. (2-5, 0-2 CCC) with a match-high 18 kills and added 15 digs. Covey had 12 kills and 12 digs. Heather Shulke, had a team-high 37 digs. Ashton Arbuthnot finished with 21 assists and 14 digs. Sarah Stoker had a matchhigh four blocks.

EOU would lead the entire second set with the exception of one tie. Late in the set another EOU miscue, a kill by Sarah Stoker, and a service ace by Olivia VanDlac would make it a 22-20 score, but kills by Loper, and Haight would win the set for the Mountaineers. Seven ties in the third set would keep it close until the teams were tied at 20-20.

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

OVERALL 8-2 5-2 5-4 4-4 5-6 3-5 7-6 5-5 2-6 0-8

THIS WEEK: TUESDAY, SEPT. 4 Northwest at Evergreen, 3-1 Oregon Tech at Southern Oregon, 0-3 Concordia at Lewis and Clark, 3-0

THURSDAY, SEPT. 6 Columbia Bible at Northwest, 3 p.m. Simon Fraser at Evergreen, 5 p.m.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 Lewis and Clark vs. Northwest, 9 a.m. Columbia Bible at Evergreen, 1 p.m. Northwest vs. Columbia Bible, 5 p.m. Northwest Christian at College of Idaho, 6 p.m. Simon Fraser at Evergreen, 7 p.m. Corban at Eastern Oregon, 7 p.m. Oregon Tech at Concordia, 7 p.m. Southern Oregon at Warner Pacific, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 8 Northwest vs. Camosun, 9 a.m. Lewis and Clark at Evergreen, 1 p.m. Corban at College of Idaho, 6 p.m. Northwest Christian at Eastern Oregon, 7 p.m. Southern Oregon at Concordia, 7 p.m. Oregon Tech at Warner Pacific, 7 p.m.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 11 Warner Pacific at Multnomah, 6 p.m.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: HITTER Brianna Hogan (Concordia)

SETTER Lindsey Mangan (Concordia)

LIBERO Heather Shulke (Northwest)

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2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER

DOUBLE FIGURES Season

Career

KILLS Casey Loper Irene Walters Rebecca Haight Stefani Sorenson Taylor Stewart Alisha Crane Katie Keeney

4 2 1 3 1 3 1

4 2 10 9 6 6 1

DIGS Kaitlyn Duncan Rebecca Haight Leigh Anne MacCarthy Stefani Sorenson Katie Keeney Taylor Stewart Bobbi Sumpter

9 6 0 0 0 4 1

29 14 2 1 1 5 1

ASSISTS Bobbi Sumpter Jessica Perron Karly Stack

7 9 6

7 9 6

RECORD WHEN ... Playing at home Playing on the road On a neutral floor Playing on Monday Playing on Tuesday Playing on Wednesday Playing on Thursday Playing on Friday Playing on Saturday Playing on Sunday Playing during the day Playing at night Playing in August Playing in September Playing in October Playing in November Playing three sets Playing four sets Playing five sets Winning set one Losing set one Winning the first two sets Losing the first two sets Splitting the first two sets Leading in kills Trailing in kills Tied in kills Leading in blocks Trailing in blocks Tied in blocks Leading in digs Trailing in digs Tied in digs Leading in attack percentage Trailing in attack percentage Hitting .300 or better Hitting under .300 Opponents hit .250 or better Holding opponents below .250 Holding opponents to .100 or lower Longest set winning streak Longest set losing streak Current set streak Longest match winning streak Longest match losing streak Current match streak Current home match streak

0-0 2-0 6-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 4-1 3-1 0-0 6-1 2-1 8-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-0 1-1 1-1 5-2 1-0 6-1 0-0 2-2 7-1 1-1 0-0 6-1 2-1 0-0 5-1 3-1 0-0 7-2 1-0 3-0 5-2 1-0 7-2 3-1 15 3 W, 1 6 1 W, 2 N/A

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 16

Name Shawna Smith Leigh Anne MacCarthy Kaitlyn Duncan Rebecca Haight Alisha Crane Casey Loper Stefani Sorensen Katie Keeney Karly Stack Jessica Perron Taylor Stewart Bobbi Sumpter Irene Walters Kenzie Kaba

Pos. DS DS Libero OH MH MH OH OH/DS S S OH S RH/MH MH

Ht. Yr. 5-9 FR 5-5 SR 5-4 SR 5-7 SR 5-11 SR 5-10 SO 5-11 SO 5-8 JR 5-9 JR 5-8 FR 5-9 JR 5-6 SO 5-11 JR 6-0 FR

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Longview, Wash. (Mark Morris HS) Monmouth, Ore. (Central HS) Prineville, Ore. (Crook County HS) Longview, Wash. (Mark Morris HS/Blue Mountain CC) Glenns Ferry, Idaho (Glenns Ferry HS/Blue Mountain) Prineville, Ore. (Crook County HS/Arkansas Tech) Camas Wash. (Camas HS) Boise, Idaho (Cole Valley Christian HS) Asquith, Sask. (Lord Asquith School/Williston State) Dietrich, Idaho (Dietrich HS) Priest River, Idaho (Lamanna HS) Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly HS) Keizer, Ore. (Blanchet Catholic HS/Western Oregon U.) Boise, Idaho (Mountain View HS)

2012 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 5 3 4 16 8 6 2 10 1 7 9 11 12 15

Name Alisha Crane Kaitlyn Duncan Rebecca Haight Kenzie Kaba Katie Keeney Casey Loper Leigh Anne MacCarthy Jessica Perron Shawna Smith Stefani Sorensen Karly Stack Taylor Stewart Bobbi Sumpter Irene Walters

Pos. MH Libero OH MH OH/DS MH DS S DS OH S OH S RH/MH

Ht. 5-11 5-4 5-7 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-5 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-9 5-9 5-6 5-11

Yr. SR SR SR FR JR SO SR FR FR SO JR JR SO JR

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Glenns Ferry, Idaho (Glenns Ferry HS/Blue Mountain) Prineville, Ore. (Crook County HS) Longview, Wash. (Mark Morris HS/Blue Mountain CC) Boise, Idaho (Mountain View HS) Boise, Idaho (Cole Valley Christian HS) Prineville, Ore. (Crook County HS/Arkansas Tech) Monmouth, Ore. (Central HS) Dietrich, Idaho (Dietrich HS) Longview, Wash. (Mark Morris HS) Camas Wash. (Camas HS) Asquith, Sask. (Lord Asquith School/Williston State) Priest River, Idaho (Lamanna HS) Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly HS) Keizer, Ore. (Blanchet Catholic HS/Western Oregon U.)

COACHES / SUPPORT STAFF Head Coach Assistant Coach Grad Assistant Coach Athletic Trainer Media Relations

Kaki Morehead (sixth season), EOU, 2005 Haley McEnroe (second season), EOU, 2010 Sareena Simpson (first season), EOU, 2009 Megan Yanda, Iowa State Barrett Henderson (third year), EOU, 2007

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE * Haight: hate * Alisha: ah-lee-sha * Stefani: steph-ah-knee

* Perron: pair-ren * Kaba: kah-bah

BY STATE:

BY CLASS:

Idaho: (6) Crane, Keeney, Perron, Stewart, Sumpter, Kaba Oregon: (4) MacCarthy, Duncan, Loper, Walters Washington: (3) Smith, Haight, Sorensen Saskatchewan: (1) Stack

Senior: (4) Crane, Duncan, Haight, MacCarthy Junior: (4) Keeney, Stack, Stewart, Walters Sophomore: (3) Loper, Sorensen, Sumpter Freshman: (3) Kaba, Perron, Smith

BY HEIGHT: 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-6 5-4

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6-0 (Harris, Kaba, Kemper) 5-11 (Crane, Sorensen, Walters) 5-10 (Loper) 5-9 (Smith, Stack, Stewart) 5-8 (Keeney, Perron) 5-7 (Haight) 5-6 (Sumpter) 5-5 (MacCarthy) 5-4 (Duncan)

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KAKI MOREHEAD • HEAD COACH • SIXTH SEASON AS HEAD COACH (85-52) • PLAYED AT EOU (2001-2005) FIRST TEAM ALL-CCC ‘04, ‘03, ‘02 • RANKS FIRST FOR SCHOOL WINNING PERCENTAGE en’s rodeo teamASSISTANTS that won The 2012 season will mark the MOREHEAD’S fifth year for Head Volleyball HALEY MCENROE Coach Kaki Morehead. The • ASSISTANT COACH, SECOND SEASON program was reenergized under McLean. In 2007, the Mountaineers, led by Morehead, finished 16-10 overall, and 13-7 in the SAREENA SIMPSON CCC. • GRAD ASSISTANT COACH, FIRST SEASON

The 16 wins was a six game improvement over the 2006 win total, which was her first season as head coach. Morehead was named First Team All-Conference three times in the Cascade Collegiate Conference and honorable mention to the All-NAIA Region I squad during her three years playing at Eastern Oregon. In that time, Morehead played in 236 games, gathering 812 kills and a .210 hitting percentage. She also had 802 digs, 61 service aces and 79 total blocks. Morehead was also a member of the 2004-05 Mountaineer womMOREHEAD VS. OPPONENTS Azusa Pacific Biola California Baptist California-San Marcos California-Santa Cruz Carroll Cascade College of Idaho Concordia-Irvine Concordia-Portland Corban Evergreen State George Fox

0-3 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 6-0 0-11 0-2 7-4 9-1 12-0 0-1

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Great Falls Lewis and Clark Lewis-Clark State Linfield Master’s College Montana Tech Montana Western Montana State-Northern Northwest Northwest Christian Northwest Nazarene Oregon Tech Southern Oregon Vanguard

1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 9-2 8-1 1-1 6-5 3-9 0-2

en’s rodeo team that won the Northwest regional title and competed at the National Collegiate Rodeo Finals. She finished 12th in the nation in barrel racing. The Paulina, Oregon native graduated from Crook County High School in 2001 where she was First Team All-State in volleyball as a senior. Morehead was the EOU volleyball assistant coach in 2005, a year after she graduated. Walla Walla Warner Pacific Westmont Whitworth Willamette William Jessup

5-1 9-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

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RADIO/TV ROSTER

DS/Lilbero

Kaitlyn Duncan DS/Libero

Rebecca Haight Outside Hitter

Alisha Crane MB/Opp

Casey Loper Middle Hitter

2

3

4

5

6

Shawna Smith DS

Leigh Anne MacCarthy

1 5-9 * Fr.

5-5 *Sr.

5-5 *Sr.

5-9 * Sr.

5-11 * Sr.

5-10* So.

Longview, Wash. (Mark Morris)

Monmouth, Ore. (Central)

Prineville, Ore. (Crook County)

Longview, Wash. (Blue Mt. CC)

Glenns Ferry, Id. (Blue Mt. CC)

Powell Butte, Ore. (Arkansas Tech)

Stefani Sorensen Outside Hitter

Katie Keeney Outside Hitter

Karly Stack Setter

Jessica Perron Setter

Taylor Stewart Outside Hitter

Bobbi Sumpter S/DS

7

8

9

10

11

12

6-0 * So.

5-10* Jr.

5-9* Jr.

5-8* Fr.

5-9* Jr.

5-6 * So.

Camas, Wash. (Camas)

Boise, Id. (Cole Valley Chr.)

Asquith, Sask. (Williston State)

Dietrich, Idaho (Dietrich)

Priest River, Id. (Lamanna)

Boise, Id. (Bishop Kelly)

Irene Walters MH/RH

Kenzie Kaba MH

14

15

5-11* Jr.

6-0 * Fr.

Keizer, Ore. (Western Oregon)

Boise, Idaho (MountainView)

2012 EOU VOLLEYBALL NOTEBOOK

Kaki Morehead Head Coach

Haley McEnroe Asst. Coach

Sareena Simpson Grad Assistant

Sixth Season

Second Season

First Season

Paulina, Ore. (Eastern Oregon ‘05)

Baker City, Ore. (Eastern Oregon ‘10)

Nampa, Idaho (Eastern Oregon ‘09)

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