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2012-13 SCHEDULE.................................................................................................................................TEAM ROSTER SEPTEMBER 27-30 THU-SUN.......NAPA INVITATIONAL.................................... NAPA, CALIF...............................ALL DAY OCTOBER 5-7 FRI-SUN........AGGIE INVITATIONAL................................... DAVIS, CALIF..............................ALL DAY 19-22 FRI-MON.......ITA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS................ ST MARY’S, CALIF.....................ALL DAY NOVEMBER 2-4 FRI-SUN........PACIFIC TIGER INVITATIONAL..................... STOCKTON, CALIF......................ALL DAY JANUARY 18 FRI.................VS. ST. MARY’S............................................ FRESNO, CALIF.......................... 2:00 PM 20 FRI.................VS. CAL POLY............................................... FRESNO, CALIF........................ 10:30 AM ......................VS. UC RIVERSIDE....................................... FRESNO, CALIF.......................... 3:30 PM 25-26 FRI-SAT.........ITA KICK OFF WEEKEND.............................. LOS ANGELES, CALIF.............. 10:30 AM

REID DELAUBENFELS So. - Seattle, Wash. (Nathan Hale HS)

FELIPE FRITZ Fr. - Santiago, Chile

SAI KARTIK NAKIREDDI

So. - Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh (National Institute of Open School)

FEBRUARY 2 SAT................UCLA............................................................ LOS ANGELES, CALIF................. 1:00 PM 3 SUN...............UC IRVINE.................................................... IRVINE, CALIF............................. 1:00 PM 8 FRI.................SAN DIEGO STATE....................................... FRESNO, CALIF........................... 3:00 PM 10 SUN...............AUBURN....................................................... FRESNO, CALIF......................... 12:00 PM 23 SAT................PACIFIC........................................................ FRESNO, CALIF........................... 2:00 PM 24 SUN...............SACRAMENTO STATE.................................. FRESNO, CALIF......................... 12:00 PM 28 THUR.............RICE (PACIFIC COAST DOUBLES)................ LA JOLLA, CALIF...................... 11:00 AM

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JEREMY QUIROZ Jr. - Bakersfield, Calif. (Niagara University)

APRIL 5 FRI.................AIR FORCE................................................... COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO...... 2:00 PM 7 SUN...............NEW MEXICO............................................... ALBUQUERQUE, N.M................ 11:00 AM 14 SUN...............BOISE STATE................................................ FRESNO, CALIF......................... 12:00 PM 20 SAT................UNLV............................................................ LAS VEGAS, NEV...................... 12:00 PM 25-28 THU-SUN.......WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS @ AIR FORCE......... COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO......ALL DAY All dates and times are subject to change.

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Jr. - Denfermline, Scotland (Brevard College)

NIKOLAS PAPIC Fr. - Santiago, Chile

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MARCH 1-3 FRI-SUN........PACIFIC COAST DOUBLES........................... LA JOLLA, CALIF........................ALL DAY 9 SAT................HAWAII......................................................... FRESNO, CALIF........................... 1:00 PM 11 MON..............WASHINGTON.............................................. FRESNO, CALIF......................... 10:30 AM 13 WED..............PURDUE....................................................... FRESNO, CALIF........................... 1:00 PM 22 SUN...............OREGON....................................................... FRESNO, CALIF........................... 5:00 PM 20 TUE................NEW MEXICO STATE.................................... FRESNO, CALIF........................... 5:00 PM 22 FRI.................IOWA............................................................ FRESNO, CALIF........................... 1:00 PM 24 SUN...............WILLIAMETTE UNIVERSITY......................... FRESNO, CALIF......................... 12:00 PM 27 WED..............TEXAS TECH................................................. LUBBOCK, TEXAS.................... 10:00 AM 31 SUN...............NEVADA....................................................... FRESNO, CALIF......................... 12:00 PM

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COMPETITIVE FACILITIES fresNo state aQUatiCs CeNter

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The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

Fresno State’s Pete Beiden Field is one of the premier college ballparks in the country and home to the 2008 College World Series Champion Bulldogs. The facility was built in 1966 and redesigned in 1983. It features 3,575 theater-style seats, a spacious press box, locker rooms, new restrooms and concession stands, offices for the coaching staff, indoor and outdoor batting cages and six mounds inside two bullpens.

Bulldog Stadium has established itself as one of the most difficult places to win for visiting teams. One of the premier stadiums in the Mountain West, Bulldog Stadium seats 41,031 fans and features 22 sky suites. In 2004, Bulldog Stadium was voted one of the 25 best college football stadiums by CBSSportsline.com.

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The Ricchiuti Academic Center, benefiting all student-athletes, provides study tables, tutorial and computer labs, plus office suites for the academic advisors and compliance personnel. One of the newest additions to the Fresno State athletics complex, this facility is a cornerstone where student-athletes can be served and is a focal point of the new Student-Athlete Village, a part of Fresno State’s master facility plan.

The $100 million plus facility opened in November 2003 with a seating capacity of 15,596. It contains 32 private suites, a club level concourse, team locker rooms and athletics training facilities. With its size, scope, unique architectural features and state-of-the-art video, sound and telecom systems, the center will serve as the major provider of entertainment and home of Bulldog men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs.

The 10,000 square-foot weight room facility houses a host of free weights, as well as, a variety of modern fitness equipment. The spacious room is equipped with 25,000 pounds of Olympic weights. A long list of Bulldog athletes have been voted as a National Strength and Conditioning Association All-Americans. The strength and conditioning program at Fresno State is ergonomically designed for the greatest efficiency and safety.

Regarded as one of the finest softball facilities in the country, Bulldog Diamond boasts a seating capacity of 3,288. The stadium features 1,688 permanent seat-back chairs that include 388 box seats, a beautiful grass berm that surrounds the outfield fence, sunken dugouts, lights, concessions stands, restrooms, practice areas, indoor and outdoor batting cages and one of the most spacious press boxes in all of college softball.

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With the wide array of golf courses in close proximity to the Fresno State campus, Bulldog golfers have the opportunity to refine their skills at some of California’s finest clubs. San Joaquin CC hosted the NCAA Championship final, WAC Championships and U.S. Mid-Amateur; Sunnyside CC hosted the 1981 U.S. Junior Amateur and California State Junior Championship; and Fort Washington CC hosted two PGA Tour qualifiers. The official practice course is Riverbend Golf Club.

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The Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center is one of the premier facilities in the west and has become a key fixture in the recent success of the Bulldog men’s and women’s tennis teams. Host to numerous NCAA and conference postseason tournaments, the Wathen Center boasts approximately 400 luxury chair-back seats atop the platform that face the complex’s six main courts, making for easy viewing of all six courts.

The Student Horse Center, located on the Fresno State campus, is the site of all Fresno State equestrian home shows. The facility features 20 stalls in a main barn and an additional 20 in an adjacent pipe barn. All horse-related activities sponsored by the department are held at the horse center, which also features two adjacent large arenas and bleacher and burm seating for fans, as well as a permanent scoreboard.

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Home to the men’s and women’s track and field programs, Warmerdam Field has been playing host to Fresno State home meets since 1976. The nine-lane, 400-meter oncampus facility is named after Cornelius “Dutch” Warmerdam, the former Fresno State head coach and world record holder in the pole vault. It has served as the host for the Fresno Relays, Cal-Nevada Championships and numerous conference championship events.

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CAPITAL PROJECTS

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FRESNO STATE AQUATICS CENTER The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

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FRESNO STATE SOCCER & LACROSSE FIELD The Fresno State Soccer & Lacrosse Field was built in 2009 with the installation of fencing and landscaping around the perimeter of the venue. A permanent scoreboard, sound system, along with spectator seating is scheduled for installation in the coming months, with a permanent pressbox, additional fixed seating and other amenities planned for installation in the following seasons. The playing surface is a hybrid Bermuda grass blend.

BULLDOG STADIUM FIELDTURF PROJECT

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Fresno State student-athletes play on the very best in turf technology with the installation of the FieldTurf Revolution system at Bulldog Stadium in 2011. FieldTurf’s Revolution fiber technology is the result of innovative science, engineering and technology that will provide FieldTurf customers with a soft, strong monofilament fiber with extraordinary durability and longevity. With a consistent surface for year-round use, the new addition to Bulldog Stadium demonstrated the university’s and community’s commitment to safety and sustainability as the Bulldogs compete as one of the nation’s elite programs.

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MEYERS FAMILY SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER The Sports Medicine Center will be a 10,000-square-foot, state-ofthe-art facility that is designed to enhance the health and welfare of all Bulldog student-athletes. This unique and essential facility will allow for preventative medicine, nutritional counseling, physician examination, injury treatment, on-site x-ray and rehabilitation services, and sufficient office and counseling space to support the Fresno State sports medicine staff and physicians group. The Sports Medicine Center will serve as the third cornerstone of Fresno State’s “Student-Athlete Village,” designed to provide Bulldog student-athletes with a single and secure facility intended to assist their well-being, development, and achievement. No single facility will have a more positive effect on the daily physical well-being and lives of Bulldog student-athletes.

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In 2012, Fresno State added new scoreboards at two of its athletic venues - Bulldog Diamond and the Student Horse Center. The new scoreboard at the Bulldog Diamond came as a result of a planned gift to the Fresno State softball program from Vonnie Fogard, a long-time season ticket holder and member of the Bulldog Softball Diamond Club. The new Daktronics LED matrix color scoreboard replaces the old matrix board that was first installed when Bulldog Diamond was built in 1996. Meanwhile at the Student Horse Center, the scoreboard is the first to ever be installed at an NCEA (National Collegiate Equestrian Association) Equestrian venue. The project was spearheaded by the Saddle Club, the equestrian team booster club, who raised all funding exclusively through private funds. The electronic scoreboard is a 5’ x 12’ Daktronics LED.

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CAMPUS

WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE? We’re a campus that treasures scholarship and creative thinking. Our Our Campaign for Fresno State has raised $178 million and counting, Smittcamp Family Honors College is one of the most comprehensive, 6.providing private support for student scholarships and program 1. full-scholarship academic honors programs at any university in California. assistance in every school and college on campus. Only the best students from across California can meet the rigorous intellectual and creative requirements for the college.

Fresno State operates the only commercial winery at any university in the country. The Fresno State Winery has won many of the industry’s 2. most prized awards.

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Fresno State is home to the $100 million Save Mart Center. A second phase of the project added a center for business innovation and a student recreational center.

Fresno State is the California campus most associated with the Sierra Nevada. Students can leave the campus and in one hour can be 7. skiing or hiking at 7,000 feet in Kings Canyon or Sequoia National parks. Yosemite National Park is just under two hours away.

Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new 8. technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching.

Fresno State boasts some of the best sports programs for both women and men in California. Our booster group, the vaunted “Red 4. Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a Wave,” is one of the largest in the country. growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new 9. technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking The complete spectrum of education is represented on campus – experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 from a nationally ranked preschool to doctoral work. The campus is endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching. 5. home to University High School, a charter school which has been ranked 36th among 18,000 public high schools by U.S. News & World Report. Community service is a campus hallmark, and each year 14,000 We proudly continue today as one of California’s top campuses for the 10.students, faculty and staff volunteer more than 1 million hours of preparation of new teachers. service for the good of the region. The economic impact of their efforts is an estimated $26 million, measured by national philanthropic standards.

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• Theresa Alvillar-Speake, Director of the Office of Minority Economic Impact, Dept. of Energy • Marvin Baxter, Justice, California Supreme Court • Lee P. Brown, former Mayor of Houston, former New York Police Commissioner • Cruz Bustamante, former California Lieutenant Governor • Joy Covey, Former Chief Strategy Officer, Amazon.com • Sid Craig, CEO, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Jenny Craig, Inc. • Brigadier General Jon Gallinetti, Assistant Wing Commander, US Marines • Kenny Guinn, former Governor of Nevada • Colonel Rick Husband, Mission Commander, Shuttle Columbia, 2003 • Sam Iacobellis, CEO, Rockwell International (retired), lead developer of B1 bomber • Bill Jones, former California Secretary of State • Col. Steven Nagel, NASA Astronaut • Paul O’Neill, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, CEO of Alcoa Corporation

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STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES The goal of the Fresno State Student-Athlete Services (SAS) Office is to help student-athletes successfully manage academic responsibilities and complete their baccalaureate degrees while they maintain athletic eligibility.

Who We are aNd Who We serve

The SAS staff includes a director, professional academics advisors, a learning specialist, graduate interns and tutors in a variety of subject areas. Each staff member is trained to deal with the special needs of student-athletes and works with all prospective, current and former student-athletes. Each student-athlete is assigned an academic advisor who works with that individual throughout his or her collegiate career.

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SAS provides academic assistance through the following specialized services: – Academic advising for declared and undeclared majors – Monitoring class selection, course load, attendance, and progress – Study hall, tutorial assistance, and computer access and support – Classes on academic success strategies for new student-athletes – Individual counseling and referral services for student-athletes with learning disabilities, study skills deficits, career uncertainties and personal concerns – Encouragement toward involvement in community activities such as Red Ribbon Week and the Little Heroes Program with Children’s Hospital of Central California

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The CHAMPS program is designed to help student-athletes learn life management principles, develop lifelong learning and leadership skills and continue a pattern of personal and interpersonal growth. Throughout their enrollment at Fresno State, student-athletes are provided services which help them identify and achieve their educational, career, personal and athletic goals. Included in the CHAMPS program is a three-unit class for freshmen called University 1. The class provides an orientation to campus resources and teaches effective study skills in a number of areas including time management, note taking, reading comprehension, memory skills and test taking. Life skills development topics include nutrition, sports and drugs, career exploration and goal setting.

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The ACE Program is designed to meet the special academic needs of studentathletes with more specific learning challenges. Coordinated by the department’s Learning Assistance Specialist, participants in the program are provided with specialized tutorial assistance and study skills development in addition to weekly accountability meetings, workshops on various life skills issues, assistance with accommodations and personal counseling or referral when necessary.

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ACADEMIC SUCCESS FRESNO STATE STUDENT-ATHLETE PRESIDENT’S MEDAL WINNERS

SAS administers the summer session scholarship program, which allows our student-athletes the opportunity to take additional courses toward graduation and accelerate their degree completion.

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Student-Athlete Services also oversees the Post-Eligibility Scholarship program designed to assist student-athletes who have completed their athletic eligibility in reaching their graduation goal. Scholarship awards are given to those who have been on athletic aid, are in good academic standing and are within 30 units of completing their degrees.

Night of ChampioNs BaNQUet

Fresno State’s Night of Champions highlights the successes of the athletes from the previous season both on the field and in the classroom. Team champions, individual champions, and various academic award honorees all earned recognition in a night truly meant for champions.

fresNo state’s aCademiC all-ameriCaNs 1985 Barbara Cambria, SB, 2nd Team Rita Walker, SB, HM 1987 Wendy Martell, WBB, 3rd Team 1988 Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team 1990 Terry Carpenter, SB, 3rd Team Simone Cesh, T&F, 3rd Team Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team 1991 Terry Carpenter, SB, 1st Team

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2001 Liesl Fichbauer, WTN, 1st Team Lindsay Fossatti, SB, 3rd Team Becky Witt, SB, 1st Team

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2004 Jamie Southern, SB, 3rd Team 2005 Jamie Southern, SB, 2nd Team 2006 Jamie Farley, TR, 3rd Team

1994 *Tommy Minor, BB, 1st Team

2007 Robin Mackin, SB, 2nd Team

1995 David Kramer, Soccer, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team

2008 Steve Susdorf, BB, 2nd Team

1996 John Barrington, Golf, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team

2009 Melanie Gloria, WTN, 3rd Team Andrew Jackson, FB, 1st Team Robert Malone, FB 2nd Team

1997 Dora Djilianova,WTN, 2nd Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 1st Team

2010 Katie Lee, S occer, 2nd Team Vince Pascoe, FB, 2nd Team Anastasia Petukhova WTN, 2nd Team

1999 *Dora Djilianova, WTN, 1st Team Melissa Price, T&F, 1st Team Amanda Scott, SB, 2nd Team

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2003 Nino Rivas, Soccer, 2nd Team

1993 Jason Gray, Soccer, 1st Team Tommy Minor, BB , 1st Team

1998 Dora Djilianova, WTN, 2nd Team Joe Gerber, BB, 2nd Team Derrick Mitchell, T&F, 1st Team

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2002 Lindsay Fossatti, SB, 1st Team

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2011 Cecilia Agraz, VB, 3rd Team Kendall VanDine, Soccer, 3rd Team *Academic All-American of the Year

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1992 Jason Gray, Soccer, 2nd Team Philip Romero, BB, 3rd Team

2000 Amanda Scott, SB, 1st Team Payton Williams, FB, 2nd Team Becky Witt, SB, 3rd Team

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A WINNING PROGRAM

paUl george

10th overall piCk iN the 2010 NBa draft

three-time WaC CommissioNer’s CUp ChampioNs

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1998 softBall NatioNal ChampioNs

UNitas WiNNer & No. 1 overall piCk iN the 2002 Nfl draft

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SPALDING G. WATHEN

TENNIS CENTER Opened on Feb. 1, 1998, the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center is one of the premier tennis facilities in the western United States and has become a key fixture in the recent success of the Fresno State men’s tennis team.

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Beginning in the summer of 2002, the Wathen Tennis Center underwent an expansion that enhanced the look of the facility. In addition to resurfacing all 12 courts and replacing all wind screens, the grass berm and wrought-iron fencing that runs along the east side of the Center was extended to the north end of the courts. This allows spectators to comfortably enjoy viewing on all 12 courts and makes the complex the ideal location for WAC and NCAA Tournaments. Additionally, a generous donation from the Wathen family allowed for the addition of lights during the summer of 2005.

The six courts inside the stadium are now surrounded by light towers, making the facility the perfect home for night matches. The Tennis Center was a result of a $250,000 donation from longtime Fresno State tennis supporter Spalding Wathen, an area homebuilder. The donation turned a good facility into a great one. Not long after receiving Wathen’s donation, three new courts were constructed and six existing courts were resurfaced. A raised earthen berm was constructed alongside the six southernmost courts and an elevated viewing platform consisting of steel reinforced concrete was built between the six main courts. Approximately 400 luxury chair-back seats atop the platform face the complex’s six main courts, making for easy viewing of all six courts while a dual match is in progress. Courts are also equipped with Colorado Time System scoreboards that keep running scores during matches, allowing spectators the opportunity to immediately know the score on every match at the facility. The facility is widely regarded as being unmatched in the San Joaquin Valley for ideal viewing for tennis matches.

POSTSEASON TOURNAMENTS HOSTED 1999................ NCAA Men’s Tournament (first and second rounds) 2001..................................................................... WAC Tournament 2009..................................................................... WAC Tournament 2010..................................................................... WAC Tournament

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Opened ......................................... February 1, 1998 Men’s Team Record: ..................................... 156-24 First Match: ........... Fresno State Men vs. UC Davis Courts:............................... 12 (6 stadium, 6 outside) Surface:.................................................... Decoturf II Capacity:..........................................................1,200 Largest Crowd:.................................................1,018 ‑............................................May 16, 1999, vs. USC ................................ (2nd round NCAA Tournament)

The facility has played host to numerous NCAA events as well as the 2001 WAC Tournament. The Bulldogs hosted the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament in 1999 and 2000. Perhaps the Center’s most memorable match came during the 1999 NCAA’s, when Fresno State knocked off USC 4-1 in the second round before a throng of over 1,000 enthusiastic fans. The ‘Dogs enjoy enthusiastic crowds at the spectator-friendly facility, and the support has lifted the program to a fantastic record at home. The ‘Dogs are 136-19 all-time in the facility, including a 9-2 mark in 2009.

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A NEW ERA BEGINS FOR BULLDOG TENNIS ‘DOGS ENTER FIRST SEASON IN MOUNTAIN WEST All programs go through change.

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For Fresno State’s men’s tennis team, this season is going to have plenty of change.

In his first season at the helm of the Bulldogs, Coach Austin will bring his experience not only as a coach, but also as a player to take the ’Dogs to the next level.

A new leader emerged in August as Evan Austin was hired as the seventh head coach in program history. With the loss of five starters, three to graduation and two to transfer, the Bulldogs have nearly a completely new look to the roster.

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Austin has coached five players that were selected to play in the

Austin played collegiately at Kentucky where he earned a career-best ITA singles ranking of No. 65 in 2002 and he held an ATP ranking from 2000-03. A three-year letterwinner, Austin was a co-captain of the 200304 Wildcat squad that finished the season ranked No. 14 nationally. As a junior player in 2000, Austin was ranked No. 4 in the U.S. in the 18-and-under division where he had victories over ATP professionals Andy Roddick, Mardy Fish, Joachim

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Johansson and Mario Ancic. New Additions Small, but powerful. This is what the 2013 team will look to embody. With the addition of two freshmen in January, as well as a junior transfer at the beginning of the fall, the ’Dogs roster is comprised of just six players. Returning for the Bulldogs are junior Jeremy Quiroz and sophomores Reid deLaubenfels and Sai Kartik Nakireddi. DeLaubenfels saw the most action in dual matches a season ago posting a 12-11 record, while the other returns were a combined 5-2 in 2012. The new additions to the lineup

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Championships and Tiger Invitational.

Junior transfer Sam MacNeil hails from Scotland and attended Division II’s Brevard College for the past two years. MacNeil was named the 2012 South Atlantic Conference Player of the Year and 2011 SAC Freshman of the Year. In January, the Bulldogs picked up a pair of freshman from Santiago, Chile in Nikolas Papic and Felipe Fritz to round out the lineup.

At the ITA Regionals, the Bulldogs found success in doubles as the duo of Sam MacNeil and Reid deLaubenfels advanced to the Round of 16 with a thrilling 9-8(2) victory over a doubles team from Sacramento State.

Fall Results This past fall was spent on the road for the ’Dogs who traveled to four different tournaments. The Napa Invitational kicked off the season before playing in the Aggie Invite, ITA Regional

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DeLaubenfels, a Seattle, Wash. native, recorded the best singles record of the fall, going 7-4 in tournaments, while also having a winning record in doubles with MacNeil, 6-5.

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The new era makes way for great opportunity for the program. After winning back to back WAC championships, the ’Dogs will look to make an immediate impact and make their presence

New Leader Austin was the head coach at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, for the last two seasons where he posted a 45-6 (.882) overall record, won two MVC championships and coached two different conference Players of the Year. Before his stint at Drake, he spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Wisconsin (2006-10).

NCAA Singles Championships, seven All-Big Ten players, seven All-MVC honorees and one Big Ten Freshman of the Year since 2006.

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FRESNO STATE MEN’S TENNIS QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION:

Location....................................................................Fresno, Calif. Founded................................................................................ 1911 Enrollment..........................................................................21,389 Nickname........................................................................ Bulldogs Colors..........................................................................Red & Blue Conference............................................................ Mountain West President........................................................... Dr. John D. Welty Home Facility..............................................Wathen Tennis Center Athletic Director.......................................................Thomas Boeh Website........................................................ www.gobulldogs.com

COACHING STAFF:

Head Coach.............................................................. Evan Austin Alma Mater.............................................................. Kentucky, ‘04 Record at School (yrs)........................................................ 0-0(1) Overall (yrs)............................................................... ...... 45-6 (2) Alma Mater........................................ University of Richmond, ‘05 Athletic Trainer.......................................................... Kyle Burnett Administrative Assistant......................................Shelette Paulino Tennis Office (Phone.............................................. 559-278-6185 Tennis Office (Fax)..................................................559-278-8323

Letterwinners Returning/ Lost.................................. ............... 5/3 Newcomers............................................................. ................... 3 2012 Overall Record..............................................................20-5 2012 WAC Record/Finish......................................... ..........5-0/1st 2012 WAC Tournament………………........ …….WAC Champions 2011 NCAA Regional………………........................ …....1st round First Round, San Diego 4, Fresno State 0

BULLDOG HISTORY:

All-Time Record............................................................ 605-383-1 Wathen Tennis Center Record...........................................156-24 NCAA Appearances................................... 13 (1994, 1995, 1996, .1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2010, 2011, 2012)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS:

Tennis Contact.................................... ............ Stephanie Juncker Contact Office Phone............................................. 559-278-6187 Contact Email................................. ...... sjuncker@csufresno.edu

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Name ...........................Yr. ........Ht. ................................................................... Hometown (Previous School) Reid deLaubenfels.......So.........6-3 .......................................................... Seattle,Wash. (Nathan Hale HS) Felipe Fritz....................Fr..........5-9...................................................................................... Santiago, Chile Sai Kartik Nakireddi......So.........5-9 Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh - (National Institute of Open School) Sam MacNeil................Jr...........6-0.............................................Denfermline, Scotland - (Brevard College) Nikolas Papic................Fr..........5-8.....................Santiago, Chile - (Hebrew Institute/Athletic Study Center) Jeremy Quiroz..............Jr...........5-10...................................................... Bakersfield, Calif. - (Stockdale HS)

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REID DELAUBENFELS

SAI KARTIK NAKIREDDI

SO. - 6-3 - SEATTLE,WASH. - (NATHAN HALE HS)

SO. - 5-9 - VISHAKHAPATNAM, ANDHRA PRADESH - (NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OPEN SCHOOL)

JEREMY QUIROZ JR. - 5-10 - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. - (STOCKDALE HS)

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EVAN AUSTIN

HEAD COACH.....................................EIGHTH YEAR

Fresno State Director of Athletics Thomas Boeh announced on Aug. 1, 2012, that two-time Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year Evan Austin has been hired as the new head coach of the Bulldog men’s tennis program.

While at Wisconsin, Austin helped lead the Badgers to four-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2010, Austin’s last year at Wisconsin, the Badgers reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history with wins over Notre Dame and Illinois and finished 21-9 overall with a year-end ranking of No. 23.

Austin becomes the seventh head coach in the history of the program and replaces Jay Udwadia, who guided the Bulldogs for the past eight sea‑ sons. Austin was the head coach at Drake Univer‑ sity in Des Moines, Iowa, for the last two seasons where he posted a 45-6 (.882) overall record, won two MVC championships and coached two differ‑ ent conference Players of the Year.

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“I’m thrilled to accept the head men’s tennis coaching position and am looking forward to get‑ ting to work immediately,” said Austin, whose 2012 squad at Drake had a 3.3 team GPA. “This program has a great deal of tradition and I plan on working tirelessly to recruit high character student-athletes who have aspirations of playing at the elite levels of collegiate tennis and beyond. I want to thank Thomas Boeh and Betsy Mosher along with the entire search committee for this opportunity and I can’t wait to get started.”

Season with the Bulldogs: First Date Hired: August 1, 2012

PERSONAL .................................................... Birthdate: Hometown: Naples, Fla.

Prior to his tenure at Wisconsin, Austin was the head tennis professional at Bay Colony Tennis Club in his hometown of Naples, Fla. from 2004-06.

He was a three-time Academic All-SEC hon‑ oree and earned a spot on Kentucky’s AD Honor Roll in the fall of 2003. As a junior player in 2000, Austin was ranked No. 4 in the U.S. in the 18-and-under division where he had victories over ATP professionals Andy Roddick, Mardy Fish, Joachim Johans‑ son and Mario Ancic. Austin, 30, earned a bachelor’s degree from Kentucky in business administration in 2004.

Austin played collegiately at Kentucky where he earned a career-best ITA singles ranking of No. 65 in 2002 and he held an ATP ranking from 2000-03. A three-year letterwinner, Aus‑

EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: Kentucky, B.A. in Business Administration (2004)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Collegiate Experience: Kentucky (2000-2004)

COACHING EXPERIENCE .................................................... • Fresno State, 2012-Present, Head Coach • Drake University, 2010-2012 Head Coach • Wisconsin, 2006-2010 AssistantCoach

In his collegiate coaching career, which includes four seasons as an assistant coach at Wisconsin (2006-10), Austin has coached five players that were selected to play in the NCAA Singles Champi‑ onships, seven All-Big Ten players, seven All-MVC honorees and one Big Ten Freshman of the Year since 2006.

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Last year at Drake, Austin’s Bulldogs went 24-3 and finished the year ranked No. 47 in the ITA na‑ tional rankings. In 2011, Austin guided Drake to a 21-3 record and a No. 62 ranking in the final poll. The Bulldogs reached the first round of the NCAA Tournament both seasons he was at Drake.

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“We are very pleased to bring in a coach with Ev‑ an’s expertise to build upon the recent success of our men’s tennis program,” Boeh said. “Evan dem‑ onstrated to be a prodigious coach and a person of high character and integrity. His commitment to the student-athletes along with his passion and energy makes him an ideal fit for Fresno State.”

The 20-plus win season was only the sixth in program history and the first since 1990.

tin was a co-captain of the 2003-04 Wildcat squad that finished the season ranked No. 14 nationally.

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HEAD COACH..................................................................... WHAT OTHERS SAY OF AUSTIN: “Evan was one of our top players and played an integral part on teams that were all ranked in the top 15 in the country. He is one of the best play‑ ers and one of the best people that we’ve had come out of our program. I’ve followed his coaching career progress since he left Kentucky with a lot of anticipation of him getting a job where he can really compete on the national level. Certainly Fresno State is a place that he can do that.”

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-Wisconsin Head Coach Greg Van Emburgh

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-Kentucky Head Coach Dennis Emery

“Fresno State should be absolutely thrilled about hiring coach Evan Aus‑ tin, He’s played and coached at the highest level as a junior, a college player, and a college coach. He’s the complete package. He’s got a great work ethic and reputation in college tennis. I am very excited for him and wish him all the best is his next coaching phase.”

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He became a certified athletic trainer in December 2009 and worked with the University of the Pacific women’s basketball and cross country teams while earning his bachelor’s degree in Sport Sciences - Athletic Training.

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Kyle Burnett is in his first season as an athletic trainer at Fresno State. Burnett is responsible for the treatment and prevention of injuries for the men’s basketball team, as well as also overseeing the equestrian and men’s and women’s tennis programs.

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FRESNO STATE ‘DOGS LEAVE WAC AS REIGNING CHAMPS

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2011-12 SEASON REVIEW The Fresno State men’s tennis team, led by eighth season head coach Jay Udwadia finished the historic 2011-12 season that was highlighted by one of the greatest upsets in program history, an undefeated WAC record, a WAC Championship title, a 21-5 overall record, automatic NCAA Tournament bid, a WAC Player of the Year, a two-time WAC Coach of the Year, three ITA awards for the Northwest region, a second-team Capital One Academic All-American, the Male Bulldog of the Year for Fresno State, four team members honored at the WAC Championships and four team members named WAC Athlete of the Week nine of 13 weeks in the season. The team consisting of three seniors, one junior, and three freshmen showed that despite all odds the Bulldogs were ready to give any team a run for its money. The ‘Dogs earned their second consecutive WAC Championship title and went undefeated in regular season conference play, going 5-0. Fresno State entered into the ITA Rankings pre-season at No. 35, climbed the rankings as high as No. 14 and finished the season ranked 37th. In a busy fall season, the Dogs competed in the ITA Southwest Championships, Larry Easley Memorial Class in Las Vegas, Nev. and Fresno State’s annual Bulldog Classic. Sophomore Francis Alcantara was named the victor of the Bulldog Classic and also named runner up at the ITA Southwest Championships in singles and in doubles with his partner Senior Remi Boutillier. Boutillier competed in the HEB Baylor Invitational, where he advanced to the Sweet 16, became the first Bulldog since 2008 to make the quarterfinals at the ITA All-American Tournament and was the only player to compete from the Western Athletic Conference in the prestigious Na‑ tional Indoor Competition in October where he reached the Sweet 16. The tournament season provided the Bulldogs a chance to gain more valuable experience and prepare them for spring season.

The victories continued for the Bulldogs in Las Cruces, N.M. for the WAC Championships. In the semifinals, the team swept Nevada in a 4-0 victory. The ‘Dogs swept the Pack in doubles with wins from the No. 1 and No. 3 teams. deLaubenfels and Diame defeated Nathan Reix and Moez Charqui, 8-6, at No. 3 doubles. The Bulldogs clinched the doubles point at No. 1, Boutiller and Alcantara topped Wessim Derbel and Fernando Sunago, 8-5. In singles, the Bulldogs clinched the win with three consecutive victories from the one, four and five positions. At No. 1, Boutillier defeated Wessim Derbel, 6-1, 6-1, and Ayoun bested Fernando Sunago, 6-2, 6-4, at No. 4. deLaubenfels clinched the win for the `Dogs with a 7-6 (5), 6-3 victory over Jordan Rozenfeld at the No. 5 position. In the final round, the Bulldogs battled Idaho. The Bulldogs dropped the doubles’ point to the Vandals by a 2-0 decision to start the match, but rallied in singles to capture the title. Leslie and Ayoun, suffered an 8-3 loss to Idaho’s No. 2 doubles team Abid Akbar and Andrew Dobbs and Boutillier and Alcantara fell to Jose Bendeck and Cristobal Ramos, 8-5, at No. 1. Despite the 1-0 deficit leading into singles play, the `Dogs returned to the courts with determina‑ tion to earn the prized title of WAC Champions for a second time. At the No. 2 spot, Alcantara topped Akbar, 6-4, 6-2, and Boutillier followed suit with a 6-3, 6-2 defeat of Marius Cirstea at No. 1 to put the `Dogs back in the lead, 2-1. At No. 3, Diame bested Ramos, 6-1, 6-2, to put the Bulldogs within one point of the champion‑ ship title. However, Idaho’s Alan Shin would not go down without a fight, defeating DeLauben‑

There were many exciting moments throughout the extraordinary season for the ‘Dogs against top-ranked foes. For the first time in program history the Bulldogs defeated Stanford, 4-3, which catapulted the ‘Dogs to No. 14 in the national rank‑ ings. It marked the team’s highest national ranking in 12 years when the Bulldogs were ranked 12th in the nation in 2000.

The honors kept rolling in during the post season. Udwadia earned ITA Northwest region Coach of the Year, Alcantara was named ITA Northwest region Player to Watch and Boutillier earned Senior of the Year for the ITA Northwest region. Boutillier was also named Capital One Academic All-America men’s at-large second-team and Capital One Academic All-District men’s at-large first-team for his 3.87 GPA. The ‘Dogs made their third-straight and 13th overall NCAA Tournament appearance against USD. The Bulldogs fell to the Toreros, 4-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The team dropped the doubles point the Toreros in a 2-0 decision. The Bulldogs’ duo of Alcantara and Boutillier fell to Patrick Pohlmann and Thibaut Visy, 8-3, at the No. 1 position. San Diego clinched the doubles point at the No. 3 spot when deLaubenfels and Diame suffered an 8-5 loss to Nikola Bubnic and Ciaran Fitzgerald. In singles, the Toreros continued to gain momentum. At the No. 2 spot, 43rd-ranked singles player Alcantara fell to San Diego’s No. 90 Pohlmann, 6-3, 6-0. San Diego extended its lead at No. 4 when Visy defeated Ayoun, 6-2, 6-4.

Boutillier finished an unmatched senior year, where he was awarded WAC Player of the Week five times in the season, WAC Player of the Month in October and November and reached a highest ITA ranking of 14th in the country.

Senior David Ayoun started off the Bulldogs by defeating Walker Kehrer, 6-0, 6-2, at No. 5 singles. Stanford answered back at No. 4 defeating junior Zachary Leslie. At No. 2 singles, Alcantara rallied for the `Dogs when he defeated No. 75 Matt Kandath, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3. Senior Jean-Charles Diame lost at No. 3 singles to get Stanford one point away from the win.

He earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Singles Championships where he topped Duke’s 38th-ranked Chris Mengel, 6-4, 6-4, in the first round of the tournament, but fell to Stanford’s No. 37 Bradley Klahn, 6-1, 6-1 in the second round to end his singles season with a 22-4 record. Boutillier ended the season with a ranking of No. 29. Another Bulldog that had an outstanding season was energetic Alcantara. The sopho‑ more was awarded WAC Player of the Week twice and reached a highest ITA ranking of 43rd in the country. He also received a bid to the NCAA Singles Championships where he fell to Mississippi’s No. 20-ranked Marcel Thiemann, 6-3, 7-6 (2), in the first round to end his singles season with a 21-3 record. He ended the season with a rank‑ ing of No. 47.

The Bulldogs made sure that was the last Cardinal victory of the day. At No. 6 singles freshman Reid deLaubenfels bested Jamin Ball in a close match at No. 6 singles, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, to tie the match and place the fate of the win on the last match. In a thrilling battle at the No. 1 spot, Boutillier edged No. 37 Ryan Thacher in a tiebreaker, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (5), to clinch the point for the Bulldogs and earn the `Dogs their first-ever victory against the Cardinal.

Boutillier and Alcantara also received automatic bids to the NCAA Doubles Champi‑ onships. It was the third –consecutive appearance for Boutiller and a first for Alcan‑ tara. The duo reached a highest ITA ranking of 51st in the country during the season. The tandem ended their season in the first round of the tournament where they lost a tough three-set match to Georgia Tech’s third-ranked duo of Kevin King and Juan Spir, 7-6, 5-7, 6-2. They finished the season ranked 58th nationally.

The ‘Dogs knocked-off 12 non-conference competitors including No. 40 UC Ir‑ vine, No. 61 Saint Mary’s, No. 48 Santa Clara, No. 63 UNLV, No. 42 San Diego State, No. 53 Cal Poly and No. 55 UCSB, San Francisco, Wisconsin, UC Davis and Pacific. The Bulldogs went undefeated in conference play throughout the regular sea‑ son, defeating Nevada, 6-1, Idaho, 6-1, New Mexico State, 6-1, Hawaii, 6-1 and sweeping Utah State, 7-0, which clinched the Bulldogs’ regular season champi‑ onship title. These victories gave the ‘Dogs their 5-0 record and the No.1-seeded position for the WAC Championships.

“This was a special season for the Bulldogs,” Udwadia said. “I’m proud of how the team stayed focused all year long and it was nice to have the amount of success we did.”

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Fresno State also received other honors at the WAC Championships. Boutiller was named WAC Player of the Year, Udwadia earned his second WAC Coach of the Year honor, Boutillier, Ayoun and Alcantara made the WAC All-Tournament team for singles and Boutillier and Alcantara earned WAC All-Tournament in doubles. Boutiller, Alcantara and Diame were named first team All-WAC in singles and Boutiller and Alcantara also earned first team All-WAC in doubles. Ayoun was honored as second team All-WAC for singles and second team All-WAC in doubles with partner Leslie.

The `Dogs fought back at the No.1, No. 5 and No. 6 spots. Boutillier and deLaubenfels were both in match points at No. 1 and No. 5 respectively and freshman Sai Kartik Nakireddi was also up in the third set 4-2 at No. 6 singles. Unfortunately, the Bulldog comeback was halted at No. 3 when San Diego’s Clarke Spinosa topped Diame, 6-1, 7-6, 6-2, and the Bulldogs concluded their 2011-12 season losing in the first round for the first time in three years.

The Dogs competed against some of the top-ranked teams in the country includ‑ ing three top ten teams: No. 9 UCLA, No. 7 Pepperdine and No. 9 Stanford. The Bulldogs also faced No. 23 Tulsa, No. 37 Boise State.

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fels, 7-5, 6-3, at No. 6. At the No. 5 spot, Leslie clinched the Bulldog win in a three-set battle with Cesar Torres, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3, to bring the conference title home to Fresno for a secondstraight time and earn the Bulldogs an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

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FRESNO STATE ALL-TIME SINGLES WINS

INDIVIDUAL HONORS

COACHING RECORDS

NO. PLAYER.......................................... YEARS.....................WINS

SINGLES ALL-AMERICANS

1. Peter Luczak .............................1998-01.................... 109

Peter Luczak ...................................................................1999, 2001 Fredrik Giers..............................................................................1996 Fredrik Bergh...................................................................1995, 1996

2. Bryan Juinio...............................1992-96.................... 105 3. Olivier Le Jeune.........................1997-00.................... 102 4. Jean LeClercq............................1985-88.................... 100

DOUBLES ALL-AMERICANS

5. Blago Petrov .............................1992-96..................... 94

Kelly Gullett/ Robert Lindstedt..................................................1997 Peter Luczak/ David Mullins......................................................2001

6. Nils Koitka..................................1990-93..................... 91

Greg Andersen...........................1989-92..................... 91

8. Vinnie Giudicelli..........................1984-87..................... 87 9. Peter Bilgert...............................1984-87..................... 86 10. Marcos Garzo............................1988-91..................... 85 11. Rob Cheyne...............................1996-00..................... 84

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1996 2006 2008 2012

Fredrik Bergh Jakub Cech Rudolf Siwy Remi Boutillier

12. David Mullins..............................1998-01..................... 81

SINGLES CHAMPIONS

13. Rudolf Siwy................................2005-09..................... 80

1972 1984 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992

14. Andy Scorteanu.........................1997-00..................... 77 15. Tejesvi Veerepali.........................2006-10..................... 76 16. Ryan Juinio................................1993-95..................... 75 17. Billy Wakefield............................1982-85..................... 73 18. Jakub Cech................................2004-07..................... 70 19. Charles Irie.................................2004-07..................... 68 Tom Slocum...............................1978-81..................... 68

Doug Adams............................................(No. 1) (PCAA) Peter Billgert............................................(No. 6) (PCAA) Bert Lemercier....................................(No. 3) (Big West) Nils Koltka..........................................(No. 4) (Big West) Mike Noel...........................................(No. 5) (Big West) Marcos Garzo.....................................(No. 1) (Big West) Mike Noel...........................................(No. 6) (Big West) Peter Klinovsky...................................(No. 5) (Big West)

DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 1984 1992

Paul Roybal/Bill Wakefield.......................(No. 1) (PCAA) Greg Anderson/Mike Noel.......................(No. 2) (PCAA)

Duane Ballard (1971-1986) 197-146-1 .574

Michael Hegarty (1998-2001) 76-33 .697

(16 years)

Year Record Percent 1971 6-12 .333 1972 7-14 .333 1973 4-14 .222 1974 11-7 .611 1975 10-5 .667 1976 17-5 .773 1977 15-4 .789 1978 17-6-1 .729 1979 12-8 .600 1980 12-6 .667 1981 18-9 .667 1982 11-11 .500 1983 9-14 .391 1984 17-10 .630 1985 15-10 .600 1986 16-10 .615

PCAA - 5th PCAA - 4th PCAA - 5th PCAA - 6th PCAA - 5th PCAA - 5th PCAA - 3rd PCAA - 6th PCAA - 6th PCAA - 4th PCAA - 5th PCAA - 5th PCAA - 6th PCAA - 4th PCAA - 5th PCAA - 3rd

(1987-91) 78-52 .600

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Brad Dancer (2002-04) 38-35 .521

(3 years)

Year Record Percent 2002 7-16 .304 2003 18-9 .667 2004 13-10 .565

WAC - 5th WAC - 3rd WAC - 5th

PCAA - 5th PCAA - 4th Big West - 3rd Big West - Runners-up Big West - Champions

(6 years)

Year Record Percent 2005 10-11 .476 2006 15-7 .682 2007 13-10 .565 2008 17-9 .654 2009 17-9 .654 2010 19-10 .655 2011 17-9 .654

WAC - 5th WAC - Runners-up WAC - Runners-up WAC - Runners-up WAC - 3rd WAC - Runners-up WAC - Champions

(6 years)

Year Record Percent 1992 13-9 .591 1993 13-11 .542 1994 20-8 .714 1995 16-12 .571 1996 23-5 .892 1997 17-12 .590

2012

(2005-present) 72-46 .610

Big West - Runners-up WAC - Runners-up WAC - 3rd WAC - 2nd WAC - Champions WAC - 4th

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RECORDS

(1992-97) 102-57 .654

RUDOLF SIWY 2011

WAC - 3rd WAC - Champions WAC - 3rd WAC - Runners-up

Jay Udwadia

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Peter Smith

BRYAN JUINIO

Year Record Percent 1998 15-11 .576 1999 20-9 .689 2000 24-5 .828 2001 18-9 .667

Brad Stine Year Record Percent 1987 18-9 .667 1988 12-14 .462 1989 20-9 .690 1990 15-10 .600 1991 13-10 .565

PETER LUCZAK

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2012 –– 1st Round: lost to Marcel Thiemann, Missis‑ sippi, 6-3, 7-6(2)

FREDRIK BERGH

NCAA DOUBLES

FREDRIK GIERS

BRYAN JUINIO/RYAN JUINIO

1994 – 1st Round: lost to Mark Weaver/Bernardo Mar‑ tinez, Texas A&M, 6-3, 6-7, 6-3. 1995 – 1st Round: lost to Brett Hansen/Fernando Samayoa, USC, 6-4, 6-2

FREDRIK BERGH/P.J. DORMIRE

1995 – 1st Round: lost to Ford Lankford/ Jason Thompson, Kentucky, 7-6 (4), 6-1

1996 — 1st Round: def. Michael Jessup, Pepperdine, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3; 2nd Round: lost to Srdjan Muskatirovic, UCLA, 6-3, 6-3; 1997 — 1st Round: def. Jon Glover, Florida, 6-3, 6-4; 2nd Round: lost to Eric Taino, UCLA, 4-6, 6-0, 7-6 (2)

1996 — 1st Round: def. Bruce Li/Mitch Sprengel‑ meyer, Clemson, 6-3, 6-4; 2nd Round: lost to Troy Budgen/Brad Sceney, Pepperdine, 6-2, 6-3

PETER LUCZAK

KELLY GULLETT/ROBERT LINDSTEDT

1999 — 1st Round: def. Francisco Rodriguez, Ala‑ bama, 7-6, 2-6, 7-5; 2nd Round: def. Tom Hand, LSU, 7-5, 6-3; 3rd Round: lost to Nathan Overholser, 6-3, 6-3; 2000 — 1st Round: lost to Carlos Drada, Ken‑ tucky, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4; 2001 – 1st Round: lost to Mark Parsons, Tennessee, 5-7, 6-2, 6-4

OLIVIER LE JEUNE

1999 — 1st Round: def. Tyler Cleveland, Iowa, 6-3, 3-0 (retired); 2nd Round: lost to Esteban Carril, TCU, 6-7, 7-5, 7-5; 2000 — 1st Round: lost to Daniel An‑ derson, VCU, 6-3, 6-1

JAKUB CECH

2006 –– 1st Round: def. Eric Claesson, Mississippi, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2; 2nd Round: lost to Arnau Brugues, Tulsa, 6-4, 6-3

FREDRIK GIERS/RYAN JUINIO

1997 — 1st Round: lost to Ed Carter/Sergio Elias, Ari‑ zona State, 6-3, 6-4

ROB CHEYNE/ANDY SCORTEANU

2000 • Fort Worth, Texas • Tied 3rd vs. SMU.................................................... L, 4-3

REMI BOUTILLIER/FRANCIS ALCANTARA

2001 • Fresno, Calif. • Runner-up vs. Hawaii................................................. W, 4-0 vs. SMU................................................... W, 4-3 vs. TCU..................................................... L, 4-2

2012 — 1st Round: lost to No. 3 Kevin King/Juan Spir, Georgia Tech, 7-6(1), 5-7, 6-2

WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 1993 • San Diego, Calif. • Runner-up 1st Round vs. Utah.................................. W, 4-1 Semis vs. San Diego State...................... W, 4-2 3rd Round vs. New Mexico...................... L, 4-2 1994 • Provo, Utah • 3rd 1st Round vs. Air Force........................... W, 7-0 Semis vs. Utah.......................................... L, 4-3 3rd/4th Playoff vs. BYU........................... W, 5-2 1995 • Albuquerque, N.M. • Runner-up 1st Round vs. Air Force........................... W, 7-0 Semis vs. BYU......................................... W, 6-0 Finals vs. New Mexico.............................. L, 4-3 1996 • Fresno, Calif. • Champions 1st Round vs. Air Force........................... W, 7-0 2nd Round vs. BYU................................. W, 7-0 3rd Round vs. New Mexico..................... W, 4-1

2002 • Tulsa, Okla. • Tied 5th vs. Boise State.......................................... L, 4-2 2003 • Boise, Idaho • Tied 3rd vs. Hawaii................................................. W, 4-0 vs. SMU.................................................... L, 4-3 2004 • Houston, Texas • Tied 5th vs. Tulsa.................................................... L, 4-3 2005 • Honolulu, Hawai’i • Tied 5th vs. Tulsa.................................................... L, 4-3 2006 • Boise, Idaho • 2nd vs. Idaho.................................................. W, 4-0 vs. Hawai’i................................................ W, 4-0 vs. Boise State.......................................... L, 4-3

1999 NCAA Tournament • Athens, Ga. 3rd Round vs. LSU.................................... L, 4-1

2012 • Las Cruces, NM. • 1st vs. Nevada .............................................. W, 4-0 vs. Idaho ................................................. W, 4-2

2000 NCAA Tournament • Fresno, Calif. 1st Round vs. Oregon.............................. W, 4-0 2nd Round vs. USC.................................. L, 4-1

NCAA TOURNAMENT

2001 NCAA Tournament • Provo, Utah 1st Round vs. Wake Forest...................... W, 4-3 2nd Round vs. California.......................... L, 4-2

1994 NCAA Regionals • Albuquerque, N.M. 1st Round vs. Boise State....................... W, 6-0 Finals vs. New Mexico............................. W, 4-3 1994 NCAA Tournament • South Bend, Ind. 1st Round vs. Stanford............................. L, 4-2 1995 NCAA Regionals • Fresno, Calif. 1st Round vs. Boise State ...................... W, 4-1 Finals vs. New Mexico............................. W, 4-1 1995 NCAA Tournament • Athens, Ga. 1st Round vs. UCLA................................. L, 4-3

2007 • Boise, Idaho • 2nd vs. Idaho.................................................. W, 4-0 vs. Hawai’i................................................ W, 4-0 vs. Boise State.......................................... L, 4-0

1996 NCAA Tournament • Athens. Ga. 1st Round vs. Pepperdine....................... W, 4-0 Quarters vs. UCLA.................................... L, 4-0

1997 • Fort Worth, Texas • Tied 3rd vs. New Mexico....................................... W, 4-0 vs. TCU..................................................... L, 4-3

2008 • Las Cruces, N.M. • 2nd vs. Utah State.......................................... W, 4-0 vs. NMSU................................................. W, 4-0 vs. Hawai’i................................................. L, 4-2

1997 NCAA Regionals • Las Vegas, Nev. 1st Round vs. New Mexico State............ W, 4-0 Semis vs. UNLV....................................... W, 4-2 Finals vs. USC......................................... W, 4-2

DAVID MULLINS/PETER LUCZAK

1998 • Tulsa, Okla. • Tied 3rd vs. UTEP.................................................. W, 4-2 vs. Tulsa................................................... W, 4-3 vs. San Diego State.................................. L, 4-1

2009 • Honolulu, Hawai’i • Tied 3rd vs. Utah State.......................................... W, 4-0 at Hawai’i.................................................. L, 4-3

1997 NCAA Tournament • Westwood, Calif. 1st Round vs. Georgia.............................. L, 4-0

SERGIU MODOC/HECTOR ALMADA

1999 • San Diego, Calif. • Champions vs. New Mexico....................................... W, 4-2 vs. Tulsa................................................... W, 4-3 vs. SMU................................................... W, 4-3

2010 • Fresno, Calif. • 2nd vs. Boise State......................................... W, 4-2 vs. Hawai’i................................................. L, 4-3

2001 — 1st Round: def. Oliver Maiberger/ Adam Webster, San Diego State, 7-5, 6-2; 2nd Round: lost to Trace Fielding/Chris Haney, TCU, 6-3, 6-4 2003 — 1st Round: lost to Oliver Maiberger/Ryan Re‑ dondo, San Diego State, 6-3, 6-4

2nd Round vs. USC................................. W, 4-1

2011 • Biose, Idaho • Champions vs. Boise State......................................... W, 4-3 vs. NMSU................................................. W, 4-1

2003 NCAA Tournament • Stanford, Calif. 1st Round vs. Arizona State.................... W, 4-2 2nd Round vs. Stanford............................ L, 4-0 2004 NCAA Tournament • Westwood, Calif. 1st Round vs. Pepperdine........................ L, 4-0 2010 NCAA Tournament • L.A., Calif. 1st Round vs. BYU.................................. W, 4-2 2nd Round vs. USC.................................. L, 4-1 2011 NCAA Tournament • Berkeley, Calif. 1st Round vs. Minnesota......................... W, 4-3 2nd Round vs. California.......................... L, 4-3 2012 NCAATournament • Los Angeles, Calif. 1st Round vs. San Diego......................... L, 4-0

1998 NCAA Regionals • Las Vegas, Nev. 1st Round vs. UNLV.................................. L, 4-3 1999 NCAA Tournament • Fresno, Calif. 1st Round vs. UNLV................................. W, 4-0

2010 — 1st Round: lost to Steven Forman/Iain Atkin‑ son, Wake Forest, 7-6(4), 7-6(5)

JAKUB CECH

FREDRIK GIERS 2011

OLIVIER 2012 LE JEUNE

IVAN KESKINOV

ANDY SCORTEANU

HISTORY

FREDRIK BERGH

REMI BOUTILLIER/RIKUS DE VILLIERS

2011 — 1st Round: lost to Daniel Cochrane/Tim Pu‑ etz, 7-5, 7-6 (7-2)

2000 — 1st Round: def. Jeff Morrison/ Nathan Over‑ holser, Florida, 7-5, 6-4; 2nd Round: lost to Doug Root/Ramsey Smith, Duke, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4

REMI BOUTILLIER/RIKUS DE VILLIERS

RUDOLF SIWY

2009 –– 1st Round: def. Michael Shabaz, Virginia, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3; 2nd Round: lost to Blake Strode, Ar‑ kansas, 6-2, 6-3

HISTORY

FRANCIS ALCANTARA

1994 — 1st Round: def. Mahesh Bhupathi, Mississip‑ pi, 6-3, 3-0 (retired); 2nd Round: lost to Laurent Orsini, Mississippi State, 6-2, 6-3; 1995 — 1st Round: lost to Sargis Sargisian, Arizona State, 6-0, 6-4 1995 — 1st Round: def. Damon Henkel, Florida, 6-4, 2-6, 6-1; 2nd Round: def. Mike Sprouse, Notre Dame, 6-2, 6-3; 3rd Round: def. Robert Janecek, UCLA, 6-1, 6-3; Quarterfinals: lost to Jeff Salzenstein, Stan‑ ford, 6-3, 6-3; 1996 — 1st Round: def. Oscar Bus‑ tos, Arizona State, 7-6 (5), 6-4; 2nd Round: def. Ryan Wolters, Stanford, 6-3, 6-3; 3rd Round: def. Phil Coo‑ per, Wichita State, 6-1, 6-3. Quarterfinals: def. Oliver Mayo, Virginia Tech, 6-4, 6-2; Semifinals: def. Adam Peterson, USC, 6-4, 6-3; Finals: lost to Cecil Mamiit, USC, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3

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REMI BOUTILLIER

2012 –– 1st Round: def. Chris Mengel, Duke, 6-4, 6-4; 2nd Round: lost to Bradley Klahn, Stanford, 6-1, 6-1

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS............................................... AIR FORCE (3-0) 1994 — W, 7-0 1995 — W, 7-0 1996 — W, 7-0

ALABAMA (0-1) 1998 — L, 2-4

UAB (0-1)

1992 — L, 4-5

ARIZONA (2-7) 1985 — L, 3-6 1987 — L, 3-6 1990 — L, 4-5 1991 — L, 2-5 1997 — W, 7-0 1999 — W, 6-1 2004 — L, 3-4 2006 –– L, 2-5 2009 –– L, 4-3

ARIZONA STATE (2-3) 1987 — L, 1-5 1990 — W, 5-4 1991 — L, 0-6 1999 — L, 3-4 2003 — W, 4-2

ARKANSAS (4-1) 1995 — W, 6-1 1998 — L, 3-4 2007 –– W, 6-1 2008 –– W, 4-3 2011 –– W, 4-0

ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK (2-0) 1995 — W, 5-2 1999 — W, 7-0

AUBURN (1-3) 1984 — L, 2-7 2000 — W, 5-0 2006 –– L, 2-4 2013 –– L, 1-6

BALL STATE (1-1) 1987 — L, 4-5 1988 — W, 5-3

BAYLOR (1-1) 2000 — W, 4-3 2001 — L, 3-4

BOISE STATE (16-8) 1986 — W, 9-0 1993 — L, 3-4 1994 — W, 6-1 1994 — W, 6-1 1994 — W, 6-0 1995 — W, 4-1 1996 — W, 6-1 1997 — L, 2-5 1998 — W, 7-0 1999 — W, 5-2 2000 — W, 4-3 2001 — W, 4-3 2003 — W, 4-3 2005 — L, 2-5 2006 –– L, 3-4 2007 –– L, 3-4; L, 0-4 2008 –– W, 4-2 2009 –– L, 5-2 2010 –– W, 4-0; W, 4-2 2011 –– W, 5-2; W, 4-3 2012 –– L, 3-4

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2011 — L, 4-1

CS BAKERSFIELD (4-1)

1985 — L, 4-5 1993 — L, 2-5 1997 — W, 4-3 2001 — W, 4-3 2003 — W, 4-3 2005 — W, 4-2 2006 –– W, 4-3

1984¬¬¬ ¬¬— W, 9-0 1985 — W, 7-2 1985 — L, 3-6 1987 — W, 8-1 1988 — W, 9-0

CS FULLERTON (4-0) 1984 — W, 7-2 1985 — W, 7-2; W, 9-0 1986 — W, 6-0

CS HAYWARD (3-0) 1984 — W, 5-4 1985 — W, 6-0 1985 — W, 8-1

CS NORTHRIDGE (3-0) 1984 — W, 7-2 1985 — W, 8-1 1986 — W, 5-3

CALIFORNIA (7-13) 1985 — L, 1-8 1986 — L, 0-6 1987 — L, 1-8 1988 — L, 2-5 1992 — W, 5-4 1993 — L, 1-6 1994 — L, 2-5 1995 — L, 3-4 1996 — W, 6-1 1997 — W, 6-1 1998 — W, 4-3 1999 — W, 6-1 2000 — W, 5-2 2001 — W, 5-2; L, 2-4 2003 — L, 2-5 2006 –– L, 0-7 2010 –– L, 4-3 2011 –– L, 7-0; L, 4-3

FURMAN (1-0) 2003 — W, 4-1

GEORGIA (0-3) 1995 — L, 1-6 1997 — L, 0-4 1999 — L, 1-6

GEORGIA TECH (4-0)

1997 — W, 6-1 1999 — W, 5-2 2006 –– W, 4-0 2007 –– W, 4-0 2009 –– W, 6-1 2010 –– W, 4-0 2011 –– W, 4-2 2012 –– W, 6-1; W, 4-2

IDAHO STATE (2-0) 1994 — W, 6-1 1995 — W, 7-0

ILLINOIS (1-5)

CLEMSON (2-1)

INDIANA (2-1)

CHAPMAN (0-1) 1990 — W, 6-3 2000 — W, 5-2 2005 — L, 3-4

COLORADO (2-0) 1984 — W, 5-4 2004 — W, 4-0

COLUMBIA (0-1) 1987 — L, 3-6

CORNELL (1-0)

1986 — W, 5-4 1991 — W, 6-2 2009 –– L, 5-2

INDIANA STATE (1-0) 2001 — W, 4-1

IOWA (1-2)

1984 — L, 4-5 1985 — W, 5-4 2013— L, 2-5

KANSAS (5-1)

2003 — L, 3-4 2004 — L, 0-4 2005 — L, 1-6 2007 –– W, 4-0 2008 –– L, 1-4

2007 –– W, 5-2

BYU (9-1)

1998 — W, 6-1

1984 — L, 4-5 1994 — W, 5-2 1995 — W, 5-2 1996 — W, 4-3 1997 — W, 5-2 2001 — W, 5-2

1988 — W, 5-2 1994 — L, 2-5 1994 — W, 5-2 1995 — W, 7-0 1996 — W, 7-0 1999 — W, 7-0 2000 — W, 5-2 2003 — W, 4-3 2004 — W, 6-1 2010 –– W, 4-2

DEPAUL (2-0)

KENTUCKY (1-0)

CAL POLY (17-6)

EASTERN WASHINGTON (1-0)

1984 — L, 4-5 1985 — L, 3-6 1986 — L, 4-5 1987 — W, 6-0 1988 — L, 4-5 1992 — W, 5-2 1994 — W, 6-1

DARTMOUTH (1-0) 1988 — W, 5-1

DAVIDSON (1-0) 2006 –– W, 7-0 2008 –– W, 6-1

DRAKE (1-0) 2001 — W, 6-1

DUKE (1-1)

1986 — L, 3-6 1987 — W, 5-2 2008 –– W, 6-1

FLORIDA (1-0) 1996 — W, 4-3

FLORIDA STATE (0-2) 2005 — L, 4-1

2006 –– W, 6-1; L, 4-2 2009 –– W, 4-1

1986 — W, 8-1 1996 — W, 7-0 1997 — W, 7-0 1998 — W, 4-2 2000 — W, 4-0 2001 — W, 5-2 2006 –– W, 4-3 2008 –– W, 7-0 2009 –– W, 6-1

1987 — W, 5-4 1992 — W, 5-4 1994 — W, 4-3 1997 — W, 5-2 1998 — W, 4-3 1999 — W, 7-0 2000 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 6-1 2005 — L, 0-4 2007 ¬¬–– W, 5-2 2008 –– L, 3-4 2010 –– W, 5-2 2012 –– L, 0-4

PACIFIC (24-0)

SAN DIEGO STATE (13-8)

2005 — W, 4-2

OREGON (9-0)

1996 — W, 4-3 2004 — W, 4-3 2011 — L, 4-2; W 4-2 1992 — W, 5-3

MISSISSIPPI STATE (1-0) 1999 — W, 4-3

MONTANA STATE (1-0) 1998 — W, 7-0

1984 — W, 7-2 1985 — W, 8-1 1986 — W, 9-0 1987 — W, 9-0 1988 — W, 8-1 1990 — W, 9-0 1991 — W, 8-0 1992 — W, 6-0 1993 — W, 6-1 1994 — W, 7-0 1996 — W, 7-0 1997 — W, 7-0 1998 — W, 6-1 1999 — W, 6-1 2001 — W, 7-0 2004 — W, 4-3 2005 — W, 4-3 2006 –– W, 6-1 2008 –– W, 7-0 2009 — W, 7-0 2010 –– W, 6-1 2011 –– W, 7-0 2012 –– W, 7-0 2013 — W, 4-3

MURRAY STATE (1-0) 1984 — W, 5-1

NEBRASKA (2-1) NEVADA (11-0)

1984 — W, 7-2 1991 — W, 8-1 1992 — W, 9-0 1999 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 7-0 2008 –– W, 7-0 2009 –– W, 6-1 2010 –– W, 4-3 2011 –– W, 4-0 2012 –– W, 6-1; W, 4-0

NEW MEXICO (12-4)

1986 — W, 5-2 1990 — W, 5-1 1991 — W, 5-3 1993 — L, 1-4 1993 — L, 2-4 1994 — W, 4-3 1995 — L, 2-5 1995 — L, 3-4 1995 — W, 4-1 1996 — W, 4-3; W, 4-1 1999 — W, 4-2 2010 –– W, 6-1 2011 –– W, 5-2; W, 5-1; W, 4-1

1990 — L, 0-9 1991 — L, 0-6 1992 — L, 2-7 1993 — L, 1-6 1994 — L, 0-7 1995 — L, 2-5 1996 — W, 4-3; W, 4-0 1997 — L, 3-4 1998 — L, 1-6 1999 — L, 3-4 2001 — L, 3-4 2003 — L, 2-5 2004 — L, 2-5; L, 0-4 2005 — L, 1-6 2006 –– L, 0-7 2007 –– L, 0-7 2008 –– L, 2-5 2009 –– L, 6-1 2010 –– L, 5-2

NEW MEXICO STATE (8-0) 1985 — W, 9-0 1988 — W, 7-1 1991 — W, 9-0 2000 — W, 7-0 2008 –– W, 4-0 2009 –– W, 5-2 2010 –– W, 4-3 2012 –– W, 6-1

NORTH CAROLINA (1-1) 1991 — L, 1-5 1996 — W, 4-0

NORTH CAROLINA STATE (1-1)

1993 — W, 6-1

PURDUE (0-1)

NORTHERN ARIZONA (1-0)

RICE (1-3)

LSU (0-1)

LOUISVILLE (1-0)

NORTHWESTERN LOUISIANA (0-1) 1984 — L, 4-5

SANTA CLARA (18-0) 1984 — W, 8-1 1985 — W, 8-1 1986 — W, 8-1 1987 — W, 6-3 1988 — W, 9-0 1990 — W, 8-1 1998 — W, 7-0 1999 — W, 7-0 2000 — W, 4-3 2001 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 5-2 2004 — W, 4-3 2005 — W, 4-3 2006 –– W, 5-2 2008 –– W, 7-0 2010 –– W, 4-0 2011 –– W, 4-3 2012 –– W, 5-2

2000 — W, 6-1 2006 –– W, 5-2 2013 –– L, 3-4

2004 — L, 2-5 2005 — L, 3-4 2010 –– W, 4-0 2013 — L, 3-4

NORTHWESTERN (3-1) 1984 — L, 3-6 1987 — W, 7-2 1992 — W, 5-2 2001 — W, 4-2

2000 — W, 7-0

1984 — W, 6-3 1985 — L, 3-6 1986 — W, 5-4 1987 — W, 6-3 1988 — L, 1-8 1991 — W, 5-1 1992 — W, 5-1 1994 — W, 7-0

2000 — W, 5-2

NORTHEAST LOUISIANA (1-0) 1993 — W, 4-2

SAN JOSE STATE (6-2)

PORTLAND (1-0)

LONG BEACH STATE (1-4)

1999 — L, 4-1

1985 — W, 9-0 2003 — W, 6-1 2004 — W, 6-1 2006 –– W, 4-3 2010 –– W, 4-0 2011 –– W, 6-1 2012 –– W, 5-2; W, 5-2

PEPPERDINE (2-19)

PRINCETON (2-0)

1995 — W, 7-0

SAN FRANCISCO (8-0)

2009 –– W, 4-0

2000 — W, 4-0 2007 –– W, 2-5

LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE (1-0)

1984 — L, 3-6 1985 — W, 6-3 1987 — W, 5-1 1988 — W, 5-1 1990 — L, 4-5 1992 — L, 3-5 1993 — L, 3-4 1993 — W, 4-2 1994 — W, 6-1 1995 — W, 6-1 1996 — W, 6-1 1997 — W, 6-1 1998 — L, 1-4 1999 — L, 3-4 2000 — W, 4-3 2008 –– L, 5-2 2009 –– W, 5-2 2010 –– W, 4-3 2011 –– W, 6-1 2012 –– W, 4-3 2013 –– L, 2-4

PENN STATE (1-0)

2000 — W, 5-2 1985 — L, 6-3 1986 — L, 9-0 1987 — L, 5-1 1988 — L, 6-3 1991 — W, 6-3

SAN DIEGO (10-3)

OLD DOMINION (1-0)

MINNESOTA (3-1)

1987 — W, 5-4 2008 –– W, 6-0 2011 –– L, 7-0

IDAHO (8-0)

1988 — L, 3-6 2007 –– L, 2-5 2009 –– L, 4-1 2010 –– W, 4-3

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE (2-1)

HAWAII PACIFIC (0-1) 2000 — L, 3-4

OKLAHOMA STATE (1-3)

MICHIGAN (1-0)

MISSISSIPPI (1-0)

1984 — W, 9-0 1990 — W, 8-1 1994 — W, 7-0 1996 — W, 7-0 1997 — W, 7-0 1998 — W, 7-0 2000 — W, 7-0 2001 –– W, 6-1 2007 –– W, 6-1 2008 –– W, 6-1 2012 –– W, 7-0 2013 — L, 4-3

1998 — W, 4-2 2007 –– L, 2-5 2008 –– L, 1-6

1988 — L, 4-5

1988 — W, 8-1 1992 — W, 6-0 1994 — W, 7-0 2000 — W, 7-0 2001 — W, 4-0 2003 — W, 4-0 2006 –– W, 4-0 2007 –– W, 4-0 2008 –– W, 6-1; L, 2-4 2009 –– W, 4-3; L, 4-3 2010 –– L, 5-2; L, 4-3 2011 –– W, 4-3 2012 –– W, 6-1

SAINT MARY’S (11-1)

OKLAHOMA (1-2)

1986 — L, 5-4 1987 — W, 5-4

1996 — W, 6-0

2003 — W, 7-0 2005 — W, 6-0 2013 — L, 3-4

NOTRE DAME (1-4) 1996 — W, 4-1 2001 — L, 2-4 2004 — L, 0-4 2006 –– L, 2-4 2010 –– L, 4-3

MARYLAND (1-1)

HARVARD (5-2)

1986 — L, 3-5

2000 — W, 7-0

1997 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 5-2 2005 — W, 5-2 2007 –– W, 5-2 2011 –– W, 6-1

MCNEESE STATE (0-1)

1984 — L, 4-5 1987 — W, 6-3 1997 — L, 4-1 2000 — L, 4-3 2001 — L, 4-3 2010 –– L, 4-2

CHAMINADE (1-0)

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (5-0)

1990 — W, 7-2 1991 — W, 5-1 1992 — W, Forfeit 2013 –– W, 4-3

HAWAI’I (11-4)

Men’s tennis

1992 — W, 7-2 1993 — W, 7-0 1998 — W, 5-2 1999 — W, 6-1 2000 — W, 7-0

2012

1993 — W, 5-1 1999 — W, 4-3 2000 — L, 3-4 2001 — W, 4-3 2003 — L, 3-4 2009 –– W, 4-3

STANFORD (1-15) 1990 — L, 0-9 1991 — L, 0-9 1992 — L, 1-8 1993 — L, 3-4 1994 — L, 2-4 1995 — L, 0-7 1996 — L, 2-5 1997 — L, 0-7 1998 — L, 0-7 2003 — L, 1-6; L, 0-4 2005 — L, 2-5 2009 — L, 2-5 2010 –– L, 4-0 2011 –– L, 5-2 2012 –– W, 4-3

TENNESSEE (1-2) 1990 — L, 1-5 1991 — W, 5-0 1995 — L, 0-1

TEXAS (0-3) 1995 — L, 3-4 1999 — L, 3-4 2001 — L, 3-4

TEXAS-ARLINGTON (1-0) 1993 — W, 7-0

TEXAS A&M (1-0) 2010 –– W, 4-3

TEXAS A&M CORPUS-CHRISTI (0-1) 2007 –– L, 3-4

TCU (2-6)

UC SANTA BARBARA (18-4) 1984 — W, 7-2 1986 — W, 6-3 1987 — W, 6-3 1988 — L, 0-6 1990 — W, 5-4 1991 — W, 5-4 1992 — L, 4-5 1994 — W, 5-2 1995 — W, 6-1 1998 — L, 3-4 1999 — W, 4-3 2000 — W, 5-2 2001 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 5-2 2004 — L, 3-4 2005 — W, 5-2 2006 –– W, 5-2 2007 –– W, 6-1 2008 –– W, 4-3 2009 –– W, 6-1 2011 –– W, 4-3 2012 –– W, 5-2

1985 — W, 5-1 1986 — W, 8-1 2007 –– W, 7-0 2008 –– W, 4-0 2009 –– W, 7-0; W, 4-0 2011 –– W, 4-0 2012 –– W, 7-0

UTEP (4-0)

1992 — W, 5-1 1993 — W, 6-0 1994 — W, 7-0 1998 — W, 4-0

VIRGINIA (1-0) 2001 — W, 4-0

VIRGINIA TECH (2-0) 1991 — W, 7-1 1993 — W, 5-2

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH (2-1) 1998 — W, 4-3 2000 — W, 4-1 2008 –– L, 1-4

WAKE FOREST (1-0) 2001 — W, 4-3

WASHINGTON (5-6) 1986 — L, 4-5 1988 — W, 5-2 1990 — W, 5-1 1991 — W, 5-4 1992 — L, 4-5 1995 — W, 6-0 1996 — W, 6-1 2003 — L, 1-6 2006 –– L, 4-3 2009 –– L, 5-2 2013–– L, 1-4

1984 — W, 7-2; W, 6-3 1985 — W, 7-2 1986 — W, 7-2 1987 — W, 5-4 1988 — W, 6-0 1990 — W, 7-2 1992 — W, 8-1 1996 — W, 4-3 1997 — L, 3-4 1998 — L, 3-4 1999 — W, 5-2; W, 4-0 2006 –– W, 6-1 2007 –– W, 5-2 2008 –– W, 6-1 2009 –– W, 5-2 2010 –– W, 6-1 2011 –– L, 4-3 2012 –– W, 5-2

WEBER STATE (3-0)

U.S. INTERNATIONAL (1-2-1)

2009 –– W, 4-1

1990 — W, 5-1 2005 — L, 1-5 2010 –– L, 4-3 2011 –– L, 6-1

TULSA (3-6)

1998 — L, 3-4; W, 4-3 1999 — W, 4-3 2001 — W, 4-3 2004 — L, 3-4 2005 — L, 2-4; L, 3-4 2007 –– L, 3-4 2012 –– L, 4-3

UC DAVIS (13-0) 1984 — W, 7-2 1985 — W, 7-2 1986 — W, 6-3 1987 — W, 8-1 1990 — W, 5-4 1993 — W, 4-2 1998 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 7-0 2004 — W, 6-1 2005 — W, 5-1 2006 –– W, 6-1 2008 –– W, 7-0 2012 –– W, 6-1

UC IRVINE (8-9)

UCLA (0-19)

2013

2013 — W, 4-0

UTAH STATE (7-0)

TEXAS TECH (1-3)

SOUTH FLORIDA (1-0) SMU (4-2)

UC RIVERSIDE (1-0)

1993 — W, 6-1 1993 — W, 4-1 1994 — W, 4-3 1994 — L, 3-4 1995 — W, 7-0 1995 — W, 6-0 1999 — W, 6-1 2000 — W, 6-1

UC SAN DIEGO (1-0)

1994 — L, 3-4 2001 — L, 3-4 2003 — W, 4-3 2006 –– W, 4-3 2001 — W, 7-0

1990 — L, 2-7 1991 — L, 2-7 1993 — L, 1-6 1994 — L, 1-6 1995 — L, 3-4 1996 — L, 3-4; L, 0-4 1997 — L, 1-6 1998 — L, 2-5 1999 — L, 0-7 2000 — L, 3-4 2003 — L, 0-7 2004 — L, 0-7 2009 –– L, 4-1 2012 –– L, 0-4 2013 — L, 0-7

1991 — L, 3-6 1996 — L, 3-4 1997 — W, 5-1; L, 2-4 1998 — L, 3-4 2001 — L, 2-4 2008 –– L, 3-4 2010 –– W, 4-3

1984 — W, 5-4 1985 — L, 1-8 1986 — L, 3-6 1987 — L, 0-6; L, 1-5 1988 — L, 1-8 1990 — L, 4-5 1991 — W, 5-3 1992 — L, 4-5 1993 — L, 1-5 1994 — W, 4-3 1995 — L, 3-4 1995 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 4-3 2004 — W, 5-2 2009 –– W, 7-0 2012 –– W, 4-0 2013 — L, 2-5

SOUTH ALABAMA (2-2)

SACRAMENTO STATE (7-1)

................................................ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

1984 — L, 0-9 1985 — L, 0-9 1988 — L, 1-8

2004 — W, 6-1

UC SANTA CRUZ (2-0) 2003 — W, 7-0 2005 — W, 5-2

UNLV (17-3)

1985 — L, 4-5 1986 — T, 3-3 1987 — W, 5-4 1988 — L, 3-5

USC (4-19)

1990 — L, 3-5 1991 — L, 2-5 1992 — L, 3-6 1993 — L, 0-7 1994 — L, 2-5 1995 — L, 1-6 1996 — W, 5-2; L, 1-4 1996 — L, 1-4 1997 — L, 3-4; W 4-2 1998 — L, 2-5 1999 — L, 1-6; W, 4-1 2000 — W, 4-3; L, 1-4 2001 — L, 2-5 2003 — L, 3-4 2004 — L, 2-5 2007 –– L, 2-5 2010 –– L, 4-0; L, 4-1 2013 –– L, 4-0

UTAH (7-5)

1986 — L, 2-7 1987 — L, 2-7 1990 — L, 4-5 1992 — L, 3-6

1984 — W, 5-4 1985 — W, 7-2 1986 — W, 5-2

WEST TEXAS STATE (1-0) 1985 — W, 6-1

WEST VIRGINIA (0-1) 1988 — L, 4-5

WICHITA STATE (1-1) 1986 — L, 4-5 1987 — W, 5-4

WILLAMETTE (1-0) 2013 –– W, 7-0

WILLIAM & MARY (1-0) WISCONSIN (3-1) 1988 — W, 5-2 1994 — W, 5-2 2008 –– L, 2-4 2012 –– W, 4-3

YALE (1-1)

1987 — W, 8-1 1988 — L, 3-6

HISTORY

HISTORY

BROWN (1-4)

1995 — W, 7-0 1996 — W, 6-1 1997 — W, 7-0 1999 — W, 5-2 2001 — W, 7-0 2003 — W, 7-0 2004 — W, 6-1 2005 — W, 6-1 2006 –– W, 7-0 2007 –– W, 5-2 2008 –– W, 5-2 2009 –– W, 6-1 2010 –– W, 7-0 2011 –– L, 4-3 2012 –– W, 7-0 2013 –– L, 4-1

FRESNO STATE

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

JOHN D. WELTY Dr. John D. Welty has been president of California State University, Fresno since July 29, 1991. He is also a professor in the Kremen School of Education & Human Development. Fresno State enrolls more than 22,000 students and offers 61 undergraduate degrees, 45 master degree programs, and three doctoral degrees. The campus is located on 1,500 acres and academic programs are housed in eight colleges and schools. Since 1991 the University has become recognized as one of the nation’s best engaged universities, expanded minority enrollment, created an Honors College, revised its general education requirements, added new academic programs and institutes, and constructed $425 million in facilities, including a new $102 million library. Since 1991 the University has introduced service learning into the curriculum and expanded community service opportunities for students, improved services for students, streamlined administrative processes, launched a major commitment to expand the use of information technology, earned membership in the Mountain West Conference, expanded intercollegiate Athletic opportunities and facilities for women, led the effort to build the Save Mart Center, and dramatically increased private fund raising and grant and

contract funding. The University is currently completing a $200 million capital campaign. The university has been actively involved in addressing issues in Central California and engaging itself with the entire region. Dr. Welty has served on both of the CSU System’s major strategic planning efforts. He participated in the creation of the Voluntary System of Accountability which has been adopted by over 200 colleges and universities. He is called upon frequently to discuss the role of engaged universities. He has served on several advisory groups to the U.S. Departments of Education and Agriculture. He is a past-chair of the Renaissance Group which is a national organization of over 30 Universities dedicated to improved teacher education programs. He co-chaired the CSU’s effort to create CALState Teach, an innovative program designed for emergency credentialed teachers and chaired a CSU group on preparing educational leaders. He chairs the Cal State Online Advisory Board, is Chair of the CSU Gender Equity Monitoring Committee and also serves on the executive board of the Central California Campus Compact. He joined the Board of the California Healthcare Foundation in 2012. In addition, he has chaired three national conferences on substance abuse and prevention and chaired a CSU effort to review alcohol policies and programs. Dr. Welty is a national leader in higher education. He was elected to serve as WASC Commissioner in 2000 and served a three year term as the WASC Commission Chair. He is past chair of the American Humanics, Inc. Board and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, and WAC Board of Directors. He was appointed to the Urban Serving Universities (USU) Board in 2012. He served on the NCAA Board Executive Committee and the special NCAA Task Force on the Future of Intercollegiate A t h l e t i c s . Currently, he serves on the NCAA Board of Directors and is the Mountain West re p re s e n t a t i v e to the Bowl Conference Series (BCS) Oversight Committee. Locally, Dr. Welty has been a leader in establishing

THOMAS BOEH the Fresno Business Council, the Central Valley Business Incubator, the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium, the Collaborative Regional Initiative, the Regional Jobs Initiative, the Kenneth L. Maddy Institute and several other partnerships. In 1999, Dr. Welty was presented the Chief Executive Leadership Award by the Council for Advancement and Support for Education and was recognized by the John Templeton Foundation for his leadership in Student Character Development in Schools and Colleges. In 2001 and again in 2011, he was recognized by the California State Student Association as President of the Year. In 2003, he received the Fresno Business Council’s Excellence in Public Service Award. In 2007, he received the Fresno Compact’s Harold H. Haak Award for Outstanding Business Partnership Educator of the Year. In 2008, he was named an American Humanics 60th Anniversary Honoree and in 2009 he was named an ACPA Educational Leadership Foundation Diamond Honoree. In 2010, he received the Sequoia Award from the Great Valley Center and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Western Illinois University. In 2012, he was presented with the William M. Lyles Vision Award for his contribution to advancing entrepreneurship throughout the Central Valley. He has also consulted with many institutions and served on the boards of several campus and community organizations. Previously, Dr. Welty served as President of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) for seven years. Prior to assuming the presidency of IUP, he served as Vice President for Student and University Affairs for four years. A native of Amboy, Illinois, Dr. Welty has served as an Admissions Counselor at Michigan State University, East Lansing, and as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota. At the State University of New York, Albany, he was Director of Residences, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, and Assistant Professor of Counseling and Student Development. Dr. Welty received his bachelor’s degree in Social Science from Western Illinois University, Macomb in 1965; his master’s in College Student Personnel Services from Michigan State University in 1967; and his doctorate in Administration of Higher Education from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1974. Dr. Welty and his wife, Dr. Sharon Brown-Welty, have five children and three grandchildren.

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With a proven track record of strong leadership, integrity, sound academic values and athletics achievement, Thomas Boeh enters his 31st year of athletics administration, 18th year as an NCAA Division I-A Director of Athletics and eighth year at Fresno State, including leading the Bulldogs’ transition into the Mountain West Conference. In July of 2005, Boeh was charged to stabilize, reform and revitalize the athletics program at Fresno State. As a result of this charge, the Department of Athletics has been entirely restructured with a new senior administrative team. Special emphasis has been placed upon a consistent and value-based approach to decision-making, as well as clearly delineating areas of responsibilities with built-in accountability. Considerable attention has been directed towards creating a progressive studentathlete environment and strict adherence to welldefined NCAA compliance protocols and standards. New polices have been developed regarding student-athletes recruitment, oversight and welfare. The Student-Athlete Code of Conduct and Substance Abuse Educational and Testing Program have been reviewed and strengthened, and the Student-Athlete Advisory Council has been reenergized. Departmental and institutional protocols relative to admissions, financial aid and eligibility have all been restructured in conjunction with campus leaders. Fresno State’s student-athletes have benefited significantly from these measures and, in conjunction with enhanced support services, they have fostered a better-quality experience that is reflected in greatly improved Academic Progress Rates, fewer Code of Conduct violations and extensive community service activity. Additionally, all athletics fundraising activities have been consolidated within the new Bulldog Foundation and philanthropic gifts to Athletics have risen to record levels.

rankings. Since 2005, conference championships and advancement to NCAA Championship competition has been achieved in the sports of women’s basketball, track & field, women’s soccer, baseball, women’s golf, softball and men’s and women’s tennis, with four enjoying a Top-20 national ranking, and baseball capturing the 2008 National Championship. Additionally, Fresno State studentathletes have advanced to post-season competition in the sports of football, men’s basketball and equestrian. The success of Bulldog studentathletes led Fresno State to three Western Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cups in a five-year span (2007-08, 2008-09 & 2011-12). Additionally, Sports Illustrated’s SI.com ranked Fresno State the nation’s 18th most accomplished NCAA Division I athletics program for 2007-08. Prior to his arrival in Fresno in July of 2005, Boeh spent the previous 10 years as the Director of Athletics at Ohio University, where he led the program to exceptional levels in numerous categories and earning numerous conference championships. In 2001, The Sporting News ranked Ohio’s department 32nd among the 115 NCAA I-A institutions, the highest ranking of any non-BCS program. The ranking included evaluations for competitive success, fan support, integrity and equity. Ohio earned an “A” rating in graduation rates and NCAA compliance and posted an eight-year high graduation rate of 73 percent in 2004.

Prior to his tenure at Ohio, Boeh served as Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs at Northwestern University, overseeing areas such as development, marketing, ticket operations, sports publications, media services, game management and broadcast properties. Boeh also led the popular “Expect Victory” campaign, Northwestern’s firstever multimedia marketing effort. Preceding Northwestern, Boeh served the University of Maine as Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Administration and Development. He also spent time in a variety of roles with the Big Ten Television Network, The University of Illinois, and his alma mater, Loras College of Iowa. The Chicago-area native received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education with a minor in History at Loras in 1981, and a Master of Science degree in Athletic Administration from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1988.

Under Boeh’s leadership, Ohio was extremely aggressive in its efforts to achieve gender equity and compliance with Title IX. Three women’s sports programs were initiated during Boeh’s tenure, and in 2004 The Chronicle of Higher Education reported that Ohio ranked second nationally among all NCAA I-A institutions relative to the equity of men’s and women’s sport program expenditures.

Fresno State Athletics has been working closely with a nationally renowned consultant, a broad-based President-appointed ad hoc committee, and the Office of Civil Rights to remedy all past gender equity issues and create at Fresno State a model Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) athletics program relative to Title IX compliance. One component of this effort is the addition of two new women’s sports; lacrosse and swimming & diving both began competition during the 2008-09 academic year. All athletics facilities have been evaluated and a 10year master plan, inclusive of the “Athletics Mall” and “Student-Athlete Village” has been developed and introduced to the community. Several projects have been completed to date, including a stateof-art aquatics venue, and construction scheduled for another cornerstone project, a sports medicine center.

Additionally, numerous women’s facilities were constructed; sports budgets were restructured and decision-making procedures were reorganized to establish what Boeh refers to as an “authentic gender-neutral environment.” Annual fundraising totals rose more than 500 percent and Ohio Athletics concluded the University’s Bicentennial Capital Campaign by exceeding its $10 million departmental goal.

Fresno State’s competitive level continues to be among the leaders in conference and regional play, and several teams have achieved national

In addition, Boeh served a term as the MidAmerican Conference (MAC) representative to the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA’s

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most prestigious governing body for athletics administrators. Boeh also served as the chair of the MAC Athletics Directors’ Group and member of the MAC Executive Council.

Some of the more visible changes on the Ohio campus during Boeh’s tenure were the facilities for student-athlete support services, practice and competition. In all, 44 facilities saw major renovation or new construction and Ohio’s athletics physical plant was recognized as being among the best and most efficient in the Midwest.

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BETSY MOSHER DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS/ SWA

Betsy Mosher is entering her eighth year at Fresno State and second as Deputy Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator after serving for the previous six years as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration and Program Integrity. She was named NACWAA’s 2012 Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Administrator of the Year. Mosher has formal oversight of all sport supervisors, supervisory capacity regarding student-athlete welfare issues, and is formally defined as the department’s top administrator in the absence of the Director of Athletics. During her tenure at Fresno State, Mosher’s guidance has been a key component in the athletics department’s unprecedented achievement by the student-athlete community in the areas of academic development , NCAA compliance, gender equity, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and student-athlete services.

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With an extensive background that includes prominent leadership positions at three NCAA Division I institutions as well as with the Big Ten Office and the NCAA, Mosher’s duties at Fresno State include the supervision of five Bulldogs’ athletics programs (baseball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s basketball) as well as oversight of the department’s NCAA and Western Athletic Conference compliance programs, student-athlete services, the athletic training and the strength and conditioning departments. Mosher will serve as the SWA for conference and NCAA representation. At UMass, she was a member of the athletics department senior management team and was responsible for the formulation of the department’s strategic plan. Assisting with a campus response to a second round NCAA self study, Mosher oversaw the department’s compliance program, including the formulation of a systems manual and an upgrade of the recruitment monitoring system. Additionally, Mosher oversaw the admission process for student-athletes as well as served as a department liaison for personnel actions during a six month transition period. Mosher, who supervised women’s tennis, baseball and cross country and track and field

Prior to UMass, Mosher spent six years (1996-2002) as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Administration and Compliance/SWA at Arizona State University. A member of ASU’s athletic senior management team, she oversaw the school’s compliance, academic and student services as well as the personnel areas. She also supervised the sports of volleyball, softball, soccer and wrestling while working closely with the women’s basketball program. Mosher served as a liaison to Arizona State’s general counsel, the school’s Intercollegiate Athletics Board, the Pacific-10 Conference and the NCAA. Representing the Sun Devils on numerous Pac-10 and NCAA committees, she was the 19992000 vice president of the Pac-10 council and former NCAA softball committee member. Mosher also assisted with the second round certification process at ASU and served as the OCR liaison. Prior to Arizona State, Mosher spent seven years (1989-96) at Northwestern. With five years as an assistant athletics director and two as an associate athletics director for intercollegiate services, she also served as the department’s SWA. Her primary duties for the Wildcats included oversight of compliance, academic services and athletics admissions as well as supervision of the baseball, women’s basketball, tennis and swimming programs. She was chair of the Big 10 Women’s Administrator’s Group and the Conference’s Rules and Legislation Committee. Prior to Northwestern, Mosher was a legislative assistant at the Big Ten Conference office (1988-89) and also served as an NCAA compliance representative (1986-88). Prior to her move into administration, Mosher was the head women’s basketball and softball coach at California State (Pa.) from 1980-85 and began her collegiate athletics career as the women’s basketball coach at WisconsinWhitewater (1977-79). Receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Illinois State in 1972, a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from Northern Colorado in 1976, and a Director’s Degree from Indiana University (1986), Mosher also was selected to attend the NACWAA Institute for Athletics Executive in the summer of 2002. Mosher is a current member of NACDA and NACWAA.

PAUL LADWIG

SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS Paul Ladwig is in his eighth year at Fresno State and second as the Senior Associate Athletics for External Relations after serving for the previous six years as the Associate Athletics Director over External Relations and Broadcasting. Ladwig joined the Bulldog the family

in September 2005. In addition to serving as the department’s primary spokesperson with oversight of advertising, communications, marketing, merchandising, licensing, ticket sales, video services and web operations,

From Network Television in Los Angeles to the slopes of the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan to documentary work in Southeast Asia, his departments have grewn considerably under Ladwig’s direction.

JOHN KRIEBS

Ladwig has also assumed a primary leadership role in the Bulldog Foundation. He has been instrumental in the cultivation of philanthropic giving to Fresno State Athletics and student-athlete scholarships. During his tenure, Ladwig has led multiple reorganizations to allow for the integration and merging of all external communication and outreach under his direction. These measures have fostered more consistent processes that help promote and enhance Fresno State Athletics on a daily basis. He has built with stronger media partnerships and spearheaded the addition of a new videoboard at Bulldog Stadium and creation of environmentally-conscious virtual team guides. Ladwig is also a leader in developing attractive value oriented experiences for fans. A strong advocate of the importance of social media (and extremely active on Twitter @ PaulLadwig), he has also increased the exposure of Fresno State Athletics through the creation of the Bulldog Sports Network, the Bulldog Insider (a weekly television show dedicated solely to coverage of Bulldog Athletics) and finding fresh ways to tell Fresno State stories through new and existing media partnerships. His vision continues to bring fans superior story-telling that incorporate the latest technologies. Collaborating with media rights holder as the department’s liaison to Learfield Sports’ Bulldog Sports Properties, new and additional programming for radio and television were developed. Ladwig led the search for the addition of a living four-legged mascot to the Bulldog family, Victor E. Bulldog. People around the world curious about the Bulldogs will continue to log onto a constantly updating Gobulldogs.com website with expanded content, video and increased participatory site interaction. Fresno State Athletics Communications took the lead nationally in developing a paperless media guide in 2009. Environmental awareness, cost containment, and the ability to provide instant information to the media are several factors in the implementation of this paperless delivery system. With a vast and varied career, Ladwig came to Fresno State after serving as the Assistant Athletics Director for Creative Services at Ohio University. At Ohio University, he was charged with ensuring an effective, consistent and progressive approach from game-day activities to marketing to image enhancement. Ohio saw a record-breaking sellout crowd at Peden Stadium when the Bobcats defeated Pittsburgh on ESPN in their 2005 home opener. Innovative, Ladwig was instrumental in creating the Ohio Sports Network, the refinement of Ohio University’s web presence and the production of programming for public television.

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ASSOCIATE A.D./ FACILITIES & OPERATIONS

John J. Kriebs is in his 12th year at Fresno State, serving as associate athletics director for facilities and operations. Kriebs oversees Fresno State’s internal operations, including events, facilities, information technology, equipment, department fleet and serves as the sport supervisor for multiple teams. Kriebs is responsible for NCAA and WAC tournament bidding and management. He successfully brought the 2004 WAC basketball and three NCAA women’s basketball championships, including two Regionals in 2007 and 2012. He serves as the liaison for campus planning, parking, kinesiology and the concession operations. During his tenure, he spearheaded Fresno State’s transition into the $103 million Save Mart Center, coordinating construction and facility projects including the locker rooms, equipment and training rooms and the Bulldog Shop. Recently, he has overseen the construction of a state-of-the-art aquatics venue, lacrosse and soccer field, softball indoor batting cages and the planning for a new sports medicine center. Kriebs came to Fresno State after serving as an assistant athletics director at Southwest Missouri State from 1994-99. While there, he oversaw nine Olympic sports as well as budgeting, personnel and scheduling. Prior to his position at SMS, Kriebs was the Bears’ wrestling head coach from 1989-94. He was highly successful in that capacity, earning Midwest Regional Coach of the Year honors in 1994 and guiding the program’s first ever Division I All-American in any sport. In all, he coached 12 NCAA qualifiers and broke 15 school records. Kriebs’ coaching career began at the University of Northern Iowa, where he served as an assistant from 1984-89 and helped guide the Panthers to five top 10 finishes. The Dubuque, Iowa, native is a 1984 graduate of Northern Iowa, where he was a two-time AllAmerican wrestler. As a senior, he was the nation’s No. 1 ranked heavyweight. He qualified for the NCAA’s all four years and was picked to wrestle in the prestigious All-Star Wrestling Showcase. Kriebs has a wife, Geri, a daughter, Jordan, and a son, Jack.

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STEVE ROBERTELLO ASSOCIATE A.D./ INTERCOLLEGIATE SERVICES

Steve Robertello joined the Fresno State Department of Athletics in December 2012 as the Associate Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Services. “We are fortunate to have Steve join the Bulldog family in this significant leadership role,” said Boeh on Robertello’s hiring. “His numerous years of exceptional experience at the Division I FBS level, combined with his demonstrated firm conviction that student-athlete welfare and “doing things the right way” are paramount, make him an ideal fit for Fresno State Athletics. The entire Bulldog community will benefit greatly from Steve’s guidance, insight and passion for intercollegiate athletics.” Robertello, a graduate of West Virginia University, will oversee the branches of compliance, student-athlete services, sports medicine and strength and conditioning. For the past 10 years, Robertello has worked at Washington State University. Most recently he served as the Associate Director of Athletics/ Compliance in Pullman where he directed the dayto-day operations of the WSU Athletics Compliance Office. Robertello served as a member of the WSU Athletics Department Executive Staff, as well as the Athletics Department liaison to the WSU Admissions Office. At the conference level, Robertello served on the Pac-12 Conference Legislative Committee and Recruiting Task Force. For the NCAA, he served on the Amateurism Fact-Finding Committee as a member (2008-12) and committee chair (201012) and was the NCAA Site Coordinator for the 2005 NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships first and second rounds. Prior to WSU, Robertello spent two and a half years as a Compliance Coordinator at Arizona State University, two years as an Athletics Compliance Office Assistant, and Assistant Director of Compliance at Villanova University and one year as a Athletic Compliance Office Graduate Assistant at West Virginia University. Robertello graduated from West Virginia with a Master’s of Science in Sport Management and Bachelor of Science.

RYAN REGGIANI ASSISTANT A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Ryan Reggiani is in his fourth year at Fresno State and second as the Assistant Athletics Director for External Relations, managing the dayto-day functions of communications, marketing and video production services. Reggiani is a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Fresno State and has been the chair for several search committees. Reggiani manages media contracts, and serves as a liaison to Bulldog Sports Properties, an entity of Learfield Sports, and Legends Sales & Marketing. In the summer of 2012, Reggiani oversaw the website redesign and launch of gobulldogs.com, working with CBS College Sports, designing a user friendly website, with the latest social media aspects built in to give the best fan experience when visiting. While social media has taken off while Reggiani has been at Fresno State, the Athletics department’s Facebook page has tripled in likes and its Twitter handle has doubled in followers. The department’s focus from the external side has been focused on building a social media platform to engage fans of Fresno State at every level. With significant experience and strong ties to the San Joaquin Valley, he has covered high-profile colleges in some of the nation’s top media markets and placed an emphasis on maximizing new and existing revenue streams, social media platforms while providing engaging content with innovative technology. Prior to the 2011 football season, Reggiani led the marketing and ticket sales effort of the Battle of the Bay, featuring Fresno State football versus California at Candlestick Park. The thirdparty game provided a significant boost to the department’s budget, as over 14,000 tickets were sold through Fresno State and over 20,000 fans showed up to the neutral site game in San Francisco. In the spring of 2012, Reggiani was the Media Coordinator for the Women’s Basketball NCAA Regional hosted at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. Reggiani has served as the lead marketing coordinator for the Bulldog football program for the past three seasons, after three and a half years as an Assistant Media Relations Director with the University of Hawai’i Athletics Department. While at UH, Reggiani developed and managed the communications strategy for their sports teams. Reggiani received his master’s degree in sports administration from Saint Mary’s in 2005 and bachelor’s degree in mass communication and journalism from California State University, Fresno in 2001.

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Mosher has helped guide the Bulldogs to significant improvements in the department’s Academic Progress Rate, equity in participation and financial aid and student-athlete welfare initiatives. Mosher has established herself as a national leader in fostering an elite and equitable student-athlete experience. She also plays a critical role in representing the institution at the conference level and oversaw the Bulldogs’ transition to the Mountain West Conference. Mosher came to Fresno State after spending three years (200205) as the Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Administration and Compliance Services at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

at Massachusetts, was a liaison to the Athletic Council’s Subcommittees for Compliance and for Vision. An NCAA Peer Reviewer, she was named to the NCAA Academic, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet in July 2005.

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FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS - SUPPORT STAFF

JAMES ANTONINI MARKETING

JAHNAVA ADAMS ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

TRISHA BECKER BUSINESS OFFICE

BRAD BLACKSTONE VIDEO PRODUCTION

STEVE BORLAND BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

DIANE BROCK BULLDOG SHOP

ADAM BROOKS BULLDOG FOUNDATION

CLARENCE CHIONG LICENSING

ALEX CORDOVA FACILITIES OPERATIONS

D.J. GIUMENTO FACILITIES OPERATIONS

DAVID HALL COMPLIANCE

SHARI HANLIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

RUSSELL HAYDEN TICKET OFFICE

CHAD IGOA NFORMATION SYSTEMS

ROBBIE JELLISON VIDEO PRODUCTION

JODY JESSER BUSINESS OFFICE

TERRY JOHNSON BULLDOG FOUNDATION

WHITNEY JOHNSON MARKETING

RUSS MALBURG TICKET OFFICE

JEANNETTE MARTIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JEREMY MELCHER BULLDOG SHOP

JERAD MEYER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

LEE MEYERS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

RYAN MITCHELL COMPLIANCE

NATALIE NAKIC STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

RYAN NELSON INFORMATION SYSTEMS

KELLI EBERLEIN SPORTS MEDICINE

RICHARD ENNS BUSINESS OFFICE

CYNDY FAVILLA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

CLARE FLORES-COLEMAN ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

HILDA FONG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

RYAN GLASER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JARED JONES VIDEO PRODUCTION

JENNIFER JORY BULLDOG FOUNDATION

HANNA LANTS STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JUDY LEA BULLDOG FOUNDATION

ANESSA LEYDIG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

TERRY LOGAN FACILITIES OPERATIONS

PAT OGLE BULLDOG FOUNDATION

KARIN OLIVER FACILITIES OPERATIONS

ROBERT PAGESMITH STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JOHN PALEY FACILITIES OPERATIONS

JOSH PHANCO BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

JASON PIRTLE FACILITIES OPERATIONS

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CHRISTINA ROYBAL TICKET OFFICE

DIANE SANBONGI TICKET OFFICE

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BRIAN UHRLE BULLDOG SHOP

TERENCE WAN STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

ANREW WIEDER BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

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FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS FRESNO STATE IDENTIFICATION

The official name of the school is California State University, Fresno. For athletics department purposes, the University prefers to be called simply Fresno State – never Fresno State University and never shorten to Fresno. For graphics or abbreviations, we ask that you please use FS – not FSU, CSUF or Fresno. Other acceptable abbreviation: Fresno St.

STEPHANIE JUNCKER............

FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY Click here.

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS INTERN........................... WOMEN’S TENNIS CONTACT............................................ E-MAIL.............................. SJUNCKER@CSUFRESNO.EDU OFFICE PHONE......................................... (559) 278-6187

VIRTUAL TEAM GUIDES Click here.

SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION Facebook: Fresno State Athletics Twitter: FSAthletics

OTHER SERVICES

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The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide complete statistics during and immediately following each home event. Working media may conduct post-game interviews following a 10-minute coolingoff period.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: (559) 278-2509 • Fax: (559) 278-2689 Website: www.gobulldogs.com 5048 N. Jackson Ave. Room 104 - LS 135 • Fresno, CA 93710

The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide complete results at the conclusion of each match. Results can be faxed or emailed if requested at least 24 hours in advance.

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Any questions related to the Mountain Conference should be directed to Kim Melcher, Associate Commissioner of Communications. The Mountain West address is 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. The Mountain West telephone number is 719-488-4040 and the fax number is 719-487-7240. The Mountain West’s web site is www.themwc.com

HOW TO REACH THE COACHES

With his office located in the Duncan Building, head men’s tennis coach Evan Austin can be reached at (559) 278-4032.

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FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS - STAFF

training rooms, locker rooms and strength and conditioning center are closed to those other than Fresno State players, coaches, and administrative staff.

INTERNET

Fresno State men’s tennis information may be accessed on the world wide web at www.gobulldogs.com. All weekly releases, special releases, feature articles, rosters, bios on players and coaching staff, statistics and box scores can be found on the internet.

AFTERNOON PRACTICE SCHEDULE/ INTERVIEWS

POST-MATCH INTERVIEWS

The men’s tennis team practices at the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center. Practice schedule varies. Contact Fresno State Athletics Communications to arrange interviews or photography.

At the conclusion of each match, head coach Evan Austin and players will be available for interviews at the tennis court. If requested, opposing coaches and players will be made available following the match. court. If requested, opposing coaches and players will be made available following the match.

INTERVIEW POLICY

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Requests for interviews with players and coaches should be channeled through the Fresno State Athletic Communications Office. Requests should be made at least 48 hours in advance to ensure availability. Practice times are subject to change. Interviews must be conducted after practice unless otherwise arranged. The Fresno State

Any questions regarding men’s tennis and the conference should be directed to the Mountain West. The MW address is 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200 Colorado Springs, CO 80921. The MW’s website is themwc.com.

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JASON CLAY

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ELLY WALKER

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KASANDRA MARTINSON Athletics Communications Assistant

STEPHEN TREMBLEY Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

SARAH JACKSON Athletics Communications Coordinator

KELLY MASON

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