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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2010 MOCCASIN VOLLEYBALL


FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ALL-SPORTS SCORECARD 27 NCAA National Championships 12 Men’s Golf 9 Baseball 4 Women’s Golf 1 Men’s Basketball 1 Softball

16 NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes 14 NCAA National Third-Place Finishes 7 NCAA National Fourth-Place Finishes 52 NCAA Regional Championships 232 NCAA Post-Season Appearances 13 NCAA Individual National Champions 23 NCAA Individual Post-Season Appearances 128 Sunshine St. Conf. Regular Season Titles 32 Sunshine St. Conf. Postseason Titles 11 National Players of the Year 532 All-Americans 193 1st Team All-Americans 92 2nd Team All-Americans 52 3rd Team All-Americans 69 Honorable Mention All-Americans 5 Freshman All-Americans 37 Academic All-Americans 84 All-American Scholars 6 SSC Female Athletes of the Year 11 SSC Male Athletes of the Year 1,115 All-Sunshine State Conference honorees

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT Florida Southern College is committed to educational excellence and is a selective, comprehensive, private, United Methodist college with a strong liberal arts core and signature programs. The College enrolls a talented student body and includes an accomplished faculty who are dedicated to teaching excellence. Outstanding opportunities for engaged learning, student-faculty collaborative research and performance, service learning, study abroad, and honors study are distinctive features of the academic program at Florida Southern. The College offers exceptional student life programs, including a championship athletic program.

Florida Southern College

Founded by the United Methodist Church in 1883, Florida Southern is the oldest private college in the state of Florida. With an enrollment of more than 2,000 students, Florida Southern offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and distinctive graduate programs in business administration, education, and nursing. Florida Southern is listed in the prestigious Fiske Guide To Colleges, the nation’s top-selling college guide, and annually is ranked in the Forbes magazine, The Princeton Review, and U.S. News & World Report listings of the nation’s best colleges. Studies show that approximately 94% of Florida Southern graduates are working full-time or are enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation. Situated on the north shore of Lakeland’s scenic Lake Hollingsworth, Florida Southern is home to the world’s largest single-site collection of architecture by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, including the recently refurbished Water Dome. The 100-acre campus also features a number of other outstanding facilities – the 2,500-seat George W. Jenkins Field House (for basketball and volleyball); Barnett Field (for softball and soccer); the 1,800-seat Branscomb Auditorium; 11 residence halls and several College-owned apartments and houses; the Robert A. Davis Performing Arts Center; the Roux Library; and the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center, which includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, recreational facilities, and an NCAA competition-size outdoor swimming pool. The College recently opened the new Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Technology Center, which is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Rinker building is equipped with the latest technology and Wi-Fi, as are other computer labs on campus, such as the popular new TûTû’s Cyber Café in the library. The Sarah D. and L. Kirk McKay, Jr., Archives Center, adjacent to the Roux Library, houses records from the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church; Frank Lloyd Wright drawings and documents; the Lawton M. Chiles Center for Florida History; and the Florida Citrus Archives. There are several new academic buildings on campus, including the state-of-the-art Joe K. and Alberta Blanton Nursing Building, home to the College’s growing School of Nursing; and the Dr. Marcene H. and Robert E. Christoverson Humanities Building, which features contemporary classrooms, a modern language lab, film studies center, and art gallery. With Lakeland’s population at more than 94,000, Florida Southern is in the heart of central Florida and is only about an hour’s drive from the major metropolitan areas of Tampa and Orlando. Such well-known attractions as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Epcot Center, Sea World, Busch Gardens and some of the world’s most popular beaches are only a short drive from campus. Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers make Lakeland their annual spring training home, and several other big league teams train in the nearby area. Money magazine has ranked Lakeland among the top “Best Places To Live” for medium-sized Southern cities. Some of Florida Southern’s prominent alumni include professional golfers Lee Janzen and Rocco Mediate; Major League Baseball player Matt Joyce (Tampa Bay Rays); Jim France, chairman of International Speedway Corp. (which owns Daytona International Speedway) and vice chairman of NASCAR; Publix Super Markets, Inc. Vice Chairman Barney Barnett; and Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL QUICK FACTS LOCATION.................................................................. Lakeland, Florida

FOUNDED....................................................................................... 1883 ENROLLMENT.............................................................................. 2,509

TYPE ........................................................ Liberal Arts, Co-Educational PRESIDENT...................................................................... Dr. Anne Kerr

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR..................................................... Pete Meyer

ASSOC. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / SWA.......................Marie Scovron

ASST. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR...............................................Al Green FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE............. Malcolm Manners NICKNAME............................................................................ Moccasins

COLORS...................................................................... Scarlet and White ARENA.............................. George W. Jenkins Field House (2,500 cap.)

MEMBERSHIP........................................................... NCAA Division II

2010 MOCCASIN SENIORS Ashley Martin, Natalie Arviszu, Stephanie Goldstein, Kelly Sherman

CONFERENCE................................................................ Sunshine State

ALL-TIME RECORD............................................... 976-390 (34 years)

HEAD COACH.............................. Jill Stephens (Florida Southern ‘95) RECORD AT FSC........................................................ 211-102 (9 years)

ASSISTANT COACH..................................................... Brian Imperiale 2009 RECORD...................................................... 14-18 (5-11 SSC, 7th)

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST....................................... 9 / 5 STARTERS RETURNING..................................................................... 3

ATHLETIC TRAINERS...............................................................................

Al Green, Kelly Cox, Meghan Fornoff, Kevin McCarthy

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR............................... Bill Turnage

ASST. SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR ................................ Tim Carpenter PHONE DIRECTORY

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT........................................... (863) 680-4244

JILL STEPHENS, HEAD COACH................................. (863) 680-4474 BRIAN IMPERIALE, ASSISTANT COACH..................(863) 680-4248 SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR.......................... (863) 680-4256 ASSISTANT SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR......................(863) 680-3955 SPORTS SCORELINE.....................................................(863) 680-3954 SPORTS SCORELINE (TOLL-FREE) ...................... (800) 825-MOCS

SID FAX MACHINE........................................................(863) 680-3953 SID HOME PHONE.........................................................(863) 701-8437 ASSISTANT SID HOME PHONE...................................(863) 853-7030

FSC AthleticS Web-Site.................................... www.fscmocs.com

CONFERENCE WEB-SITE............. www.sunshinestateconference.com AVCA..................................................................................www.avca.org

NCAA.................................................................................www.ncaa.org Credits . . . The 2010 volleyball media guide was edited by Bill Turnage, FSC Director of Sports Information. Action photos by Andy Meng and Wayne Koehler. Team photo and 2010 individual photos by Andy Meng.

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I • N • D • E • X Florida Southern College Athletic Director........................... 3 “Child of the Sun”........................ 2 Directions to FSC...................... 37 Florida Southern......... Inside Front FSC Scorecard........... Inside Front Head Coaches............................ 4 Majors/Fields of Study............... 37 President.................................... 3 Quick Facts................................ 1 Scholarships.............................. 36 Support Staff............................... 4 Team Information Coaching Staff..........................5-6 Head Coach Jill Stephens....... 5 Asst. Coach Brian Imperiale.... 6 Player Profiles........................7-18 Arvizu, Natalie.......................... 7 Callahan, Erin........................ 11 Castrillon, Diana.................... 18 Goldstein, Stephanie............... 8 Huber, Lauren........................ 12 Kosterlitz, Morgan..................... 16 Martin, Ashley.......................... 9 Niebuhr, Anna........................ 13 Pietkiewicz, Anne................... 17 Sherman, Kelly...................... 10 Skayhan, Ali........................... 18 Sorich, Elena......................... 14 Wellinghurst, Chelsea............ 18 Wilde, Kendall........................ 15 Wilkerson, Katie..................... 18 Preseason Poll (AVCA)............. 20 Preseason Poll (SSC)............... 20 Pronunication Guide.................. 19 Roster......................... Inside Back Schedule............................... Back

Records 2009 Stats/Results.................... 21 Coaching Records..................... 19 Last Time It Happened.............. 19 Milestone Wins.......................... 19 Misc. Records........................... 19 NCAA Postseason................28-29 Records..................................... 23 Series Records.......................... 30 Year-by-Year............................. 22 Honors All-Americans............................ 24 AVCA Honors............................ 25 FSC Hall of Fame...................... 35 Most Valuable Players................. 6 Honor Walk Students................ 29 Letterwinners............................. 27 SSC Hall of Fame..................... 34 SSC Honorees.......................... 26 SSC Silver Anniversary Team... 26 Miscellaneous Booster Club............................. 33 Jenkins Field House.................. 22 NACDA Cup.............................. 37 Sunshine State Conf................. 31 SSC Mayors’ Cup...................... 37 SSC Opponents........................ 32 Why Moccasins?......................... 6

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Florida Southern College Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Child of the Sun”

The Danforth Chapel is one of two chapels on campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Thad Buckner Building is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright “Child of the Sun” Visitor Center.

The Esplanades, totaling 1.5 miles, line the west campus of Florida Southern College. The “covered walkways” connect the structures, actually weaving in and out, providing the pattern for the complex.

Florida Southern is home to the world’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed planetarium.

Frank Lloyd Wright often visited Florida Southern College during his 20-year relationship with the college.

Founded by the United Methodist Church, Florida Southern College is one of the oldest private colleges in the state, tracing its beginnings to a small seminary in Orlando in 1883. The tie to its founding church has remained constant and is today, a proud part of the College’s heritage and a bright beacon for the future. Florida Southern moved to Lakeland in the heart of Florida’s citrus belt in 1922 and began the construction of a campus that would eventually become a national landmark. The beautiful 100-acre campus, on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth, includes the world’s largest collection of buildings by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Florida Southern’s West Campus, now known throughout the world, actually had its inception in the mind of Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of the college from 1925-1957.

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Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, completed in 1941, was the first of Wright’s designs at Florida Southern College.

In 1935 he conceived the idea of an ultra-modern campus, designed by the world’s leading architect. Ground was broken two years later for the first building in the Wright collection, the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. What Frank Lloyd Wright created on the campus is amazing. His original work is still as modern and exciting as the newest buildings still on many architect’s drawing boards. It is, perhaps, symbolic that the greatest concentration of his genius should be located at a small, private institution of higher learning. Perhaps he describes it best, “...out of the ground and into the light, a child of the sun...the college of tomorrow.”


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Dr. Anne B. Kerr College President Since her appointment as Florida Southern College’s seventeenth president in 2004, Dr. Anne Kerr’s visionary leadership has enhanced the student experience on campus and increased the college’s national prominence. Under her direction, the institution has renewed its commitment to educate the whole person—academically, socially, spiritually and physically—in order to insure that students leave prepared to make a positive and consequential impact on our world. Early in her tenure, Dr. Kerr oversaw implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan for the College that was designed to enrich all facets of our student-centered culture. Opportunities for active learning and leadership were increased; innovative, engaged, and personalized instruction were prioritized; and the College’s scholar-athlete program became a model for NCAA Division II athletic programs. Recent college improvements include ongoing restoration projects on the Frank Lloyd Wright campus (the Water Dome, Esplanades, and Annie Pfeiffer Chapel) and the construction (Fall 2010) of a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House for use as a campus

Pete Meyer Director of Athletics Now in his third year (201011) as Director of Athletics at Florida Southern College, Pete Meyer saw Moccasin teams enjoy considerable success in 2009-10. The men’s golf team captured its 12th NCAA national title and the school’s 27th, while the women’s golf team finished third. Swimmer Jeb Halfacre won the 200-yard backstroke at the NCAA championship, giving FSC its first individual national champion in swimming. NCAA postseason bids went to women’s soccer, golf and tennis and men’s cross country, basketball, golf, tennis and baseball. Both swimming teams and the women’s cross country team had individual NCAA qualifiers. FSC won SSC titles in men’s cross country (13th straight), men’s basketball and men’s golf. All of that success combined to give the Moccasins a 23rdplace finish in the 2009-10 Learfield Sports/NACDA Cup standings and their ninth top 25 finish in the program’s history. In Meyer’s first year as AD (2008-09), Moccasin teams produced three SSC championships (men’s cross country, men’s basketball, softball) and a fifth-place national finish in women’s golf. Eleven FSC teams went to NCAA postseason competition. Named to the AD position Feb. 21, 2008, he officially assumed his duties July 1, 2008, when Lois Webb retired. In the fall of 2008, Meyer was given the additional title of Dean

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Visitor Center, which will be the first Wright design built since 1966. Other new construction includes the two-building Barnett Residential Complex and the Christoverson Humanities Building (all three designed by world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern), the McKay Archives Center, the Blanton Nursing Building, the Rinker Technology Center, and TûTû’s Café (located in the Roux Library). Further improvements include the complete renovation of the student dining facility (Wynee’s Bistro), residence hall and campus-wide technology upgrades, and a campus beautification project featuring dozens of interconnected plazas and gardens. Dr. Kerr graduated from Mercer University and received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Florida State University. Prior to assuming the Presidency at Florida Southern, she served as Vice President for Advancement both at the University of Richmond and at Rollins College. She has held numerous volunteer leadership roles, and currently serves on the boards of SunTrust Bank Mid-Florida, All Saints’ Academy, EarthLinked Technologies, Inc., the Polk Museum of Art, and the Florida Chamber of Commerce. Presently, she is completing a two-year term as president of the Sunshine State Conference. Dr. Kerr and her husband, Roy, have a sixteen-year-old son, Ed, who plays baseball for All Saints’ Academy. Dr. Roy Kerr is a retired professor of Spanish and a baseball historian, whose recent publications include The Loving of the Game: a Baseball Memoir (2007); Sliding Billy Hamilton: the Life and Times of Baseball’s First Great Leadoff Man (2010), and Roger Connor: Home Run King of Nineteenth-Century Baseball (2011). of Wellness, putting the operation of the Hollis Wellness Center, as well as the water ski program and campus intramurals under his direction. Meyer, who has been at Florida Southern since 1998, was the Moccasins’ head baseball coach from 2002 through 2008. He also served as assistant athletics director for Webb from February of 2006 until his AD appointment. As baseball coach, Meyer spent six full seasons as head coach, guiding the Moccasins to their ninth NCAA Division II national title in 2005 with a 51-11 record. His head coaching record at Florida Southern was 257-111-1, while his overall record as a head coach was 296-141-1. Thirty-four Moccasin baseball players were drafted or signed professional contracts during Meyer’s tenure at FSC. Before officially assuming the reigns of head coach, Meyer had served for over three years as Florida Southern’s top assistant coach under Chuck Anderson. He also was the program’s recruiting coordinator. Prior to joining the FSC coaching staff, Meyer spent five seasons at Valdosta State, working under legendary head coach Tommy Thomas. Before his stint at Valdosta State, Meyer was head baseball coach at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, where he coordinated the start of the school’s Division III program in 1991. His Oglethorpe teams went 39-30 in two seasons (1992-93). He served as a graduate assistant at Valdosta State from 1988-90, while earning his M. Ed. in physical education. A fouryear baseball letterman at the College of Wooster in Ohio, Meyer graduated in 1987 with a B.A. in speech communication. Meyer is married to the former Julie Newnum. The couple has three children, 22-year old Ross and 20-year old Mitchell, both of whom are enrolled at FSC, and 19-year old Megan, who attends Trinity University in Texas.


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MOCCASIN HEAD COACHING STAFF

Chris Bellotto Softball

Trish Riddell Women’s Tennis

Linc Darner

Robbie Davis

Men’s Basketball

Women’s Golf

Hugh Seyfarth Men’s Soccer

Duncan Sherrad Swimming

Jamie Moreno

Doug Gordin

Trey Heath

Men’s Golf

Men’s Tennis

Cross Country Track & Field

Women’s Basketball

Ben Strawbridge

Jill Stephens

Jim Tyrrell

Rory Whipple

Volleyball

Baseball

Men’s Lacrosse

Women’s Soccer

Jarrod Olson

MOCCASIN SUPPORT STAFF

Marie Scovron Assoc. Athletic Dir. Senior Woman Administrator NCAA Compliance

Susan Sargeant Administrative Assistant

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Al Green Asst. Athletic Dir. Head Athletic Trainer

Kelly Cox Athletic Trainer

Bill Turnage Sports Information Director

Meghan Fornoff Athletic Trainer

Tim Carpenter Asst. Sports Info. Director

Kevin McCarthy Athletic Trainer

Malcolm Manners Faculty Athletic Representative

Ronnie Akins Equipment Manager

Micki Watson Athletic Business Manager

Charlie Griffin Grounds

Cornelius Jackson Grounds


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Jill Stephens Head Coach

With over 200 wins in her first nine seasons, Jill Stephens is in her 10th season (2010) as the Moccasins’ head coach. Last season the Moccasins were 14-18, but they had wins over two top 25 teams and four of their losses were in five sets. She recorded her 200th career coaching win on Aug. 29 last season with a three-set win over Millersville in the St Mary’s (Texas) Invitational. Stephens’ nine-year record at FSC is 211-102. Her .674 winning percentage ranks in the top 30 among active NCAA Division II coaches going into the 2010 season. She is one of just three current Division II coaches with at least 200 wins in less than 10 seasons as a head coach. In 2008 she coached the Moccasins to a 25-9 record that included a runner-up finish in the Sunshine State Conference and a seventh straight NCAA tournament bid. The Moccasins were ranked 19th in the final AVCA Division II Poll, marking the fifth straight year they finished the season ranked in the top 20. In 2007 she guided her team to a 26-9 record and a runner-up finish at the NCAA South Regional. The Moccasins finished tied for second in the Sunshine State Conference with a mark of 11-5 and handed SSC champion Tampa its only conference loss. She coached the Moccasins to a 31-5 record and a share of the SSC title in 2006. In 2005 she earned the SSC Coach

THE STEPHENS FILE YEAR

ALL

SSC

SSC Finish

Regional Finish *RANK

2001

11-19

5-9

5th-Reg. Season

- - -

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2002

25-12

10-4

3rd-Reg. Season

T3rd-NCAA Regional

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2003

18-17

9-5

3rd-Reg. Season

T3rd-NCAA Regional

--

2004

28-9

11-5

3rd-Reg. Season

T3rd-NCAA Regional

17

2005

33-4

14-2

2nd-Reg. Season

T3rd-NCAA Regional

16

2006

31-5

15-1

T1st-Reg. Season

T3rd-NCAA Regional

9

2007

26-9

11-5

T2nd-Reg. Season

2nd-NCAA Regional

13

2008

25-9

12-4

2nd Reg. Season

T-5th NCAA Regional

19

2009

14-18

5-11

7th Reg. Season

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*Final AVCA National Ranking

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of the Year award, as she led the Moccasins to a 33-4 record and a 14-2 SSC mark. She also recorded her 100th career coaching win with a 30-26, 30-20, 30-23 win at Saint Leo on Oct. 5, 2005. Eight of her players have earned All-America recognition and 11 have received Academic All-District honors. In each of the last three seasons (2007, 2008, 2009), the Moccasins have earned an AVCA Team Academic Award. In her nine previous seasons as head coach, she’s had a total of 30 seniors in the program. All of them have graduated and seven of them are coaching volleyball at either the high school, college or club level. Her appointment in 2001 as FSC’s head volleyball coach came after she had served two years as an assistant coach at Division I Florida Atlantic University (1995-96) and four years (1997-2000) as an assistant to longtime FSC head coach Lois Webb. A 1995 graduate of Florida Southern, Stephens earned her bachelor’s degree in sports management and earned her master’s degree (also in sports management) from the U.S. Sports Academy in 2001. Her standout playing career earned her a spot in the Florida Southern Sports Hall of Fame in 2009. She played for the Moccasins from 1991 to 1994, twice earning AVCA All-America recognition, in 1994 as a first-team honoree and in 1993 as a member of the second team. As a senior, Stephens was named the Florida Southern Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. As a freshman, she helped guide her team to a fourth place finish at the NCAA Division II Championship. In 1992, her sophomore season, Stephens was named the Mocs’ most valuable player and led her team to an NCAA South Regional appearance. She ranks in the top four in the FSC record book in four career categories: (kills-3rd, 1691; digs-5th, 1475; attack attempts-2nd, 3731; aces-3rd, 217). Her totals of 155 matches played and 547 games played are the most in FSC history. In 2007 she was inducted into the Hall of Fame of her high school, Cardinal Gibbons High School in Ft. Lauderdale, where she played for the legendary AVCA Hall of Fame member Louise Crocco.. She served on the NCAA South Region Advisory Committee for Volleyball for three seasons. In addition, she represents the Sunshine State Conference on the NCAA Division II Volleyball Head Coaches Committee and is chair of the AVCA All-South Region Selection Committee, as well as a member of the AVCA All-America Selection Committee. Stephens is passionate about youth volleyball, as she served the summer of 2007 and 2008 as a head coach for Florida’s USAV High Performance program. She also loves her time as sponsor of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter at Florida Southern.


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BRIAN IMPERIALE Assistant Coach

Brian Imperiale, who joined the Moccasin staff for the 2009 season as a graduate assistant, is now the top assistant for Jill Stephens. He has been a head coach for the Pinellas Heat Elite club program since 2004. In June his Pinellas Heat 16’s team finished second in the Open Division at the AAU Junior National Championships in Orlando. His Heat teams also qualified for the Junior Olympics four times during his time with the club. In 2010, he was named Florida Region Male Coach of the Year. Imperiale also served as the head coach at Clearwater Central Catholic High School for two seasons before coming to FSC. His Clearwater Central teams went 33-17 in his two seasons there. In addition to his club and high school experience, he also has coached with the Team Florida High Performance program for the past four years. He received his bachelor’s degree in finance in 2002 from Florida State and played on the men’s club volleyball team there. A native of Dunedin, he and his wife, Mehryn, live in Clearwater and have a two-year-old son, Drew.

WHY MOCCASINS? ...

Florida Southern first used the nickname Moccasins in 1926, shortly after the college’s move to Lakeland in 1922. The water moccasin, or cottonmouth snake, was abundant in the nearby lakes and since the moccasin is one of the fiercest of all snakes, one that will attack unprovoked, the college adopted the moniker for its athletic teams.

FSC VOLLEYBALL MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS

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1976 - Sue Echeverria

1988 - Lisa Frisbie

2000 - Sara Stewart

1977 - Sue Echeverria

1989 - Missey Crain

2001 - Misti Neutzling

1978 - Denise Sanscrainte

1990 - Missey Crain

2002 - Jenni Holste

1979 - Denise Sanscrainte

1991 - Becky Thyhsen

1980 - Toni Woods

1992 - Jill Stephens

2003 - Jenni Holste

1981 - Sandy Hudson

1993 - Kim Crawford

2004 - Beverly Stasis

1982 - Holly Butterfield

1994 - Kim Crawford

2005 - Beverly Stasis

1983 - Dana Cozine

1995 - Tara Becker

2006 - Jordan McAfee

1984 - Dana Cozine

1996 - Amber Jaekel

2007 - Beverly Stasis

1985 - Louise McAlpin

1997 - Heather Barrus

2008 - Danielle Higginbotham

1986 - Michelle Kurtgis

1998 - Brenda Mowell

2009 - Julia Borecka

1987 - Christy Scott

1999 - Sara Stewart

Erin Pixton


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NATALIE ARVIZU

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SR, 5-10, Outside Hitter • Tijerus, N.M. (English Major)

JUNIOR SEASON (2009): Played in 27 matches, started 11 (72 sets) … had career-high 17 kills and hit .429 vs. Barry (9/25) … had 10 kills and hit .429 off the bench vs. Rollins (9/19) … also had 10 kills vs. Saint Leo (10/6) and 10 off the bench vs. Barry (10/31) … had season-high nine digs vs. Barry (10/31) … had career-high 6 blocks vs. St. Mary’s (8/28) … had career-best 125 kills and 66 digs for the season … SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008): Played in 27 matches, started 6 (56 games) … had season-high 7 kills twice, vs. N. Ky. (8/30) & Chico St. (9/5) … had career-high 11 digs & 2 aces vs. N. Ky. (8/30) … hit .667 vs. Fla. Tech (10/14) with 6 kills, 0 errors … FRESHMAN SEASON (2007): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … played in 21 matches (29 games) … had seasonhigh 8 kills and hit .438 vs. Lees-McRae (9/1) … had season-high 8 digs vs. Ala.-Huntsville (9/8) … CAREER HIGHS: Kills – 17 vs. Barry, 9/25/09; Digs – 11 vs. N. Ky., 8/30/08; Aces – 2 vs. N. Ky., 8/30/08; Blocks – 6 vs. St. Mary’s, 8/28/09 … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2007): Graduated from Manzano High School in Albuquerque … four-year letterwinner in volleyball … earned first-team all-metro, all-district and all-state honors in volleyball … set career record for kills at Manzano … two-year letterwinner in basketball … team captain … three-year letterwinner in track … ran on state championship 4x200 relay team and third-place 4x100 relay team … earned all-district academic recognition in all three sports … member of National Honor Society … PERSONAL: Born 8/1/89 … daughter of Arnold and Janine Arvizu. YEAR

2007 2008 2009 CAREER

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MP

21 27 27 75

SP

29 56 72 157

K

40 57 125 222

E

22 45 56 123

ARVIZU’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

118 227 369 714

PCT.

.153 .053 .187 .138

AST

0 7 15 22

SA

2 3 1 6

SE

3 13 8 24

RE

3 14 16 33

DIG

26 61 66 154

BS

0 5 1 6

BA

6 4 23 33

BE BHE

0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0


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STEPHANIE GOLDSTEIN

SR, 5-7, Defensive Specialist/Libero Sugar Land, Tex. • (Nursing Major)

Returns to team for 2010 after sitting out 2009 season to concentrate on nursing degree … SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … played in 33 matches (100 sets) … had careerhigh 11 digs vs. Saint Leo (10/7) … had careerhigh three aces vs. Nova SE (11/7) … FRESHMAN SEASON (2007): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … played in 25 matches (45 games) … had season-high eight digs vs. Lynn (11/2) … served on FSC’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee … joined team in January 2007 and trained with the team during spring workouts … CAREER HIGHS: Kills – 0; Digs – 11 vs. Saint Leo, 10/7/08; Aces – 3 vs. Nova SE, 11/7/08 … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2006): Graduated from Clements High School … earned first-team all-district honors in volleyball as a senior … also competed in track … PERSONAL: Born 2/17/88 … daughter of Gary and Jane Goldstein.. YEAR

MP

SP

K

E

GOLDSTEIN’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

PCT.

AST

SA

2007 25 45 0 1 2 .500 2 3 2008 33 100 0 4 8 .500 11 15 2009 (Did not play) CAREER 58 145 0 5 10 .500 13 18

8

SE

RE

5 3

DIG

60 139

BS

BA

30

8

199

0

1

3 27

0 0

0 1

BE BHE

0 0

1 2

0

3


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Ashley Martin

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SR, 6-1, Right Side Hitter St. Petersburg, Fla. • (Physical Educ. Major)

Returns to team for 2010 after missing 2008 and 2009

seasons with shoulder injury … served as student coach for those two seasons … JUNIOR SEASON (2007): HONORS: AVCA Second-Team All-American; AVCA First-Team All-South Region; Daktronics First-Team All-South Region; All-SSC Second-Team; NCAA South Regional All-Tournament Team; West Florida Regional Crossover All-Tournament Team; SSC Player of the Week (8/27); SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … played in 34 matches, started 33 (118 games) … led team in kills (439) … had career-high 31 vs. Pittsburg State (9/1) … had three other matches with 20 or more kills … had 25 matches with double figure kills … third on team in hitting percentage (.280) … hit over .400 in eight matches … hit .667 with 15 kills vs. Fla. Tech (10/5) … hit .556 with 15 kills and no errors in NCAA South Regional championship match vs. Tampa (11/17) … had career-high 20 digs vs. West Fla. (9/9) … had five double-doubles … had career-high four aces vs. Saint Leo (10/17) … matched career high in blocks with five vs. three teams … hit .409 with 43 kills in NCAA South Regional … SOPHOMORE SEASON (2006): HONORS: AVCA Second-Team All-American; AVCA First-Team All-South Region; Daktronics First-Team All-South Region; All-SSC First-Team; NCAA South Regional All-Tournament Team; Premier Challenge All-Tournament Team; AVCA Div. II National Player of the Week (10/1); SSC Offensive Player of the Week (8/27, 10/1) … In first season at FSC after transferring from Winthrop University, played in all 36 matches, started 34, and 106 games … ranked second on team and eighth in SSC in hitting percentage at .292 … ranked second on team in kills (395) and eighth in SSC in kill average (3.73) … ranked second on team in total blocks (87) and seventh in SSC in block average (0.82) … had season-high 27 kills with season-high 16 digs and five blocks vs. defending Div. II champion Grand Valley State (8/25) … had 18 matches with double-figure kills … had four matches with 20 or more kills … hit .300 or better in 18 matches with season best of .562 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (9/26) and Bryant (10/21) … had double-figures digs in four matches … had three double-doubles … had season-high five blocks in three matches ... FSC CAREER HIGHS: Kills – 31 vs. Pittsburg St., 9/1/07; Digs – 20 vs. West Fla., 9/9/07; Aces – 4 vs. Saint Leo, 10/17/07; Blocks – 5 vs. several teams … FRESHMAN SEASON (2005): Saw only limited duty at Winthrop after suffering an ankle injury ... played in 23 games ... had 24 kills, 32 digs, and nine blocks for Winthrop’s 28-6 team that won the Big South Conference title ... HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2005): Graduated from Seminole High School ... team MVP as a junior and senior ... three-time selection to All-Suncoast Team ... all-county selection all four years ... named to honor roll all four years ... PERSONAL: Played for Gulf Coast Juniors Club for seven years ... born 5/8//87 ... daughter of Joe and Denise Martin. YEAR

MP

SP

K

2006 36 106 395 2007 34 118 439 2008 2009 CAREER 70 224 834

9

E

126 148

MARTIN’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

PCT.

AST

920 .292 20 1040 .280 17 ( injured, did not play) ( injured, did not play) 274 1960 .286 37

SA

SE

RE

2 1

190 220

DIG

BS

49

73

3

410

14 149

27 22

36 37

4 10

BA

83 66

BE BHE

5 1

6 4

6

10


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

15

KELLY SHERMAN

SR, 6-0, Middle/Right Side Hitter Pompano Beach, Fla. • (Biology Major)

JUNIOR SEASON (2009): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … played in all 32 matches, started 30 (118 sets) … had career-high 15 kills vs. New Haven (10/12) and Fla. Tech (10/24) … hit .423 vs. New Haven (10/12 … had double figure kills in 11 matches … had career-high seven digs vs. North Ala. (9/11) and Nova SE (10/9) … matched career-high in aces with four vs. West Fla. (9/12) … led team in total blocks with 79 … matched career-high in blocks with six vs. Bemidji St. (9/4) and Fla. Tech (10/24) … SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in 27 matches (52 games) … had seasonhigh 5 kills vs. Flagler (9/26) and Ala.-Huntsville (10/17) … had season-high 7 digs vs. Ala.-Huntsville, 10/17 … had season-high 6 blocks vs. West Florida (9/13) … had 18 kills coming off the bench in last 9 matches … FSC CAREER HIGHS: Kills – 15 vs. New Haven, 10/12/09 & Fla. Tech, 10/24/09; Digs – 7 vs. Ala.-Huntsville, 10/17/08, vs. N. Ala., 9/11/09, vs. Nova SE, 10/9/09; Aces – 4 vs. 4 teams; Blocks – 6 vs. West Fla., 9/13/08, vs. Bemidji St., 9/4/09, vs. Fla. Tech, 10/24/09 … transferred to FSC after two seasons at Xavier University … SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007): Sat out 2007 season … FRESHMAN SEASON (2006): Played in 9 matches (12 games) … had 8 kills, 1 dig, 8 blocks … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2006): Graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High School in Ft. Lauderdale … four-year performer in volleyball and basketball … first-team all-state selection and class 3A player of the year in volleyball for coach Louise Crocco … PERSONAL: Born 1/5/88 … daughter of Jon and Marie Sherman. YEAR

2008 2009 CAREER

10

MP

27 32 59

SP

52 118 170

K

49 239 288

E

24 111 135

SHERMAN’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

120 612 732

PCT.

.208 .209 .209

AST

12 24 36

SA

4 19 23

SE

1 30 31

RE

1 2 3

DIG

16 90 106

BS

5 11 16

BA

14 68 82

BE BHE

7 11 18

4 3 7


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

ERIN CALLAHAN

4

JR, 5-9, Middle hitter • Alpharetta, Ga. (Human Movement & Performance Major)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009): Played in 22 matches, started 8 (54 sets) … in first FSC appearance had season-highs of 9 kills, 4 digs, 8 blocks and hit .400 vs. St. Mary’s (8/29) … had season-high 5 assists vs. Saint Leo (10/6) … fourth on team in total blocks with 37 … REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2008): Transferred to FSC from the University of Central Florida ... Played in 7 matches (8 games) ... had 1 kill, 2 assists, 1 dig … FRESHMAN SEASON (2007): Redshirted … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2007): Graduated from Milton High School in Alpharetta ... four-year player in volleyball, threeyear starter ... named team’s best blocker in 2006 ... help lead team to state runner-up finish in 2006 ... team captain and MVP in 2005 ... member of FCA and FBLA … PERSONAL: Born 4/16/89 ... daughter of Michael & Marya Callahan. YEAR

2009 CAREER

11

MP

22 22

SP

54 54

K

69 69

E

30 30

CALLAHAN’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

183 183

PCT.

.213 .213

AST

16 16

SA

0 0

SE

2 2

RE

0 0

DIG

16 16

BS

5 5

BA

32 32

BE BHE

5 5

2 2


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

17

LAUREN HUBER

JR, 5-9, Middle Hitter • Charlotte, N.C. (Human Movement & Performance Major)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Division II Academic Achievement Award Recipient … played in 31 matches, started 26 (108 sets) … fifth on team in kills with 186 … in first FSC appearance had 10 kills & hit .333 vs. Central Oklahoma (8/28) … had seasonhigh 13 kills & hit .375 in win over #6 Grand Valley State … had 10 kills & hit .450 in five-set win over North Alabama (9/11) … had 6 matches with double-figure kills … had season-high 3 aces vs. West Florida (9/12) … had season-high 6 digs vs. New Haven (10/12) … third on team in total blocks with 48 … had season-high 5 blocks in win over #24 West Florida (10/17) … Transferred to FSC from Winthrop University, joined Moccasins in Jan. 2009 ... FRESHMAN SEASON (2008): Played in 14 matches, started 5 (33 games) at Winthrop ... had 35 kills, 5 assists, 44 digs, 2 blocks ... dean’s list ... conference academic honor roll … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from North Mecklenburg High School in Huntersville, N.C. ... four-year player in volleyball ... conference player of the year, team MVP & captain as a senior ... nominated for several academic scholarship awards … PERSONAL: Born 12/19/89 ... daughter of Jeff & Sue Huber. YEAR

2009 CAREER

12

MP

31 31

SP

108 108

K

186 186

E

76 76

HUBER’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

470 470

PCT.

.234 .234

AST

15 15

SA

15 15

SE

26 26

RE

0 0

DIG

48 48

BS

8 8

BA

40 40

BE BHE

6 6

0 0


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

ANNA NIEBUHR

5

JR, 5-7, Libero • Manitou Springs, Colo. (Art & Sociology Major)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … SSC Defensive Player of the Week (10/26) … played in all 32 matches (103 sets) … only non-starter to play in every match … led team in digs with 291 … had career-high 30 digs vs. Rollins (10/21) … had 20 or more digs in five matches and double figures in digs in 11 matches … FRESHMAN SEASON (2008): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in 16 matches (21 games) … had season-high 6 digs vs. Ala.-Huntsville (10/17) … CAREER HIGHS: Kills – 1 vs. Eckerd, 10/3/09 & Saint Leo, 10/6/09; Digs – 30 vs. Rollins, 10/21/09; Aces – 1 vs. several teams … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from Manitou Springs High School … four-year performer in volleyball … also competed in track two years … earned academic honors in algebra, geometry, French and art … PERSONAL: Born 1/31/90 … daughter of Randy and Betsey Niebuhr.

YEAR

2008 2009 CAREER

13

MP

16 32 48

SP

21 103 124

K

0 2 2

E

0 1 1

NIEBUHR’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

0 5 5

PCT.

.000 .200 .200

AST

3 8 11

SA

2 6 8

SE

0 12 12

RE

4 28 32

DIG

4 291 295

BS

0 0 0

BA

0 1 1

BE BHE

0 0 0

0 0 0


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

9

ELENA SORICH

JR, 5-9, Outside Hitter/Def. Specialist Orlando, Fla. • (Business Major)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009): Played in 29 matches, started 2 (89 sets) … had career-high 10 kills & hit .364 vs. Central Oklahoma (8/28) … had career-high 3 aces vs. Millersville (8/29) … tied for fourth on team with 19 aces … had careerhigh 11 digs twice vs. Millersville (8/29) & vs. Lynn (9/26) … FRESHMAN SEASON (2008): Played in 20 matches (26 games) … had seasonhigh 3 kills & 8 digs vs. Ala.-Huntsville, 10/17 … CAREER HIGHS: Kills – 10 vs. Central Okla., 8/28/09; Digs – 11 vs. Millersville, 8/29/09 & Lynn, 9/26/09; Aces – 3 vs. Millersville, 8/29/09; Blocks – 1 vs. several teams … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from Bishop Moore High School … team MVP in volleyball as a senior … Florida Dairy Farmers 4A Player of the Year … PERSONAL: Born 3/27/90 … played club volleyball for 10 years … daughter of Michael and Irene Sorich. YEAR

2008 2009 CAREER

14

MP

20 29 49

SP

26 82 108

K

10 12 22

E

13 10 23

SORICH’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

41 55 96

PCT.

-.073 .036 .010

AST

0 14 14

SA

2 19 21

SE

6 38 44

RE

1 10 11

DIG

20 136 156

BS

1 0 1

BA

0 4 4

BE BHE

1 0 1

0 0 0


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

KENDALL WILDE

12

JR, 5-9, Setter • Peachtree City, Ga. (Psychology Major)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Division II Academic Achievement Award Recipient … played in 27 matches, started 4 (75 sets) … had career-high 55 assists vs. Central Oklahoma (8/28) … second on team with 263 assists … had career-high 6 aces vs. Eckerd(10/3) … had career-high 11 digs vs. Central Oklahoma (8/28) … matched career-high in kills with 3 vs. Metro State (8/29) … FRESHMAN SEASON (2008): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Played in 32 matches (72 games) … Had season-high 3 kills vs. Ala.-Huntsville (10/17) … had season-high 20 assists vs. Rollins (10/29) … had 5 matches with double figure assists … had season-high 3 aces vs. Northwood (8/29) … had season-high 8 digs vs. Northern Kentucky (8/30) … CAREER HIGHS: Kills – 3 vs. Ala.-Huntsville, 10/17/08 & Metro St., 8/29/09; Digs – 11 vs. Central Okla., 8/28/09; Aces – 6 vs. Eckerd, 10/3/09; Assists – 55 vs. Central Okla., 8/28/09 … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2008): Graduated from McIntosh High School … four-year performer in volleyball and tennis … team MVP of McIntosh’s 4A state championship team in 2007 … three-time first-team all-area selection … named to school’s academic honor roll all four years … PERSONAL: Born 2/28/90 … played club volleyball for five years … daughter of Doug and Allison Wilde. YEAR

2008 2009 CAREER

15

MP

32 27 62

SP

72 75 147

K

5 9 14

E

3 4 7

WILDE’s CAREER STATISTICS ATT

13 21 34

PCT.

.154 .238 .209

AST

130 263 393

SA

12 13 25

SE

15 11 26

RE

0 0 0

DIG

48 67 115

BS

0 0 0

BA

0 2 2

BE BHE

1 2 3

4 12 16


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

22

MORGAN KOSTERLITZ

SO, 6-1, Middle Hitter • Dunedin, Fla. (Nursing Major)

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … played in 3 matches (5 sets) … had 2 kills & 2 blocks off the bench vs. ArkansasMonticello (10/17) … tallest player on team … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2009): Graduated from Palm Harbor University High School ... first-team all-county selection in volleyball as a senior ... dean’s list ... attended Marietta (Ga.) High School first three years ... team MVP as a sophomore ... voted most improved player as a junior ... also competed in swimming at Marietta ... named to academic honor roll all three years … PERSONAL: Born 5/2/91 ... daughter of Michael & Melissa Kosterlitz.

YEAR

2009 CAREER

16

MP

3 3

SP

5 5

K

4 4

KOSTERLITZ’s CAREER STATISTICS

E

4 4

ATT

15 15

PCT.

.000 .000

AST

1 1

SA

0 0

SE

0 0

RE

0 0

DIG

1 1

BS

0 0

BA

3 3

BE BHE

0 0

1 1


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

23

ANNE PIETKIEWICZ

SO, 5-10, Outside Hitter • Winter Park, Fla. (Sports Management Major)

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … SSC All-Freshman Team … played in all 32 matches, started 28 (118 sets) … second on team in kills with 271 … had season-high 19 kills & 23 digs in win over Rollins (10/21) … had 16 kills, hit .406 in win over Nebraska-Omaha (9/4) … had 17 kills, hit .394 in win over Rollins (9/19) … had 14 matches with double-figure kills … second on team ins digs with 279 … had 12 matches with double-figures digs … had 10 double-doubles (kills/digs) … led team in aces with 32 … had 6 aces in first FSC match vs. Central Oklahoma (8/28) … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2009): Graduated from Orangewood Christian High School in Maitland ... four-year player in volleyball ... helped lead Orangewood Christian to two 1A state championships (2005 & 2006) ... allstate selection as a junior, all-district as a senior ... also played tennis one year … PERSONAL: Born 9/14/90 ... daughter of Stan & Kathy Pietkiewicz ... father played five seasons in the NBA with San Diego Clippers & Dallas Mavericks, played college basketball at Auburn (1974-78) & still holds school record for career free throw percentage (.834) ... brother, John, plays basketball at Flagler. YEAR

2009 CAREER

17

MP

32 32

SP

118 118

K

271 271

PIETKIEWICZ’s CAREER STATISTICS

E

136 136

ATT

784 784

PCT.

.172 .172

AST

15 15

SA

32 32

SE

48 48

RE

33 33

DIG

279 279

BS

7 7

BA

18 18

BE BHE

6 6

1 1


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

DIANA CASTRILLON

21

JR, 5-9, Outside Hitter • Segovia, Columbia • (Physical Education) Transferred to FSC from Seward County (Kan.) CC ... SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009): Helped lead Seward County to 26-11 record … played in all but three matches (112 sets) … led team in kills with 310 … fourth on team in hitting percentage (.285) … third on team in digs with 359 … fourth on team in blocks (52) … hit .314 and led team in kills in conference matches … FRESHMAN SEASON (2008): earned honorable mention All-America recognition at Miami-Dade College … helped lead team to national JC tournament … earned all-state, all-region and first-team all-conference recognition … had 297 kills, 32 aces, 189 digs and 27 blocks … HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2003): graduated from Collegio Liborio bataller in Segovia, Colombia … PERSONAL: born 5/28/85 … daughter of Alcardo Castrillon and Alba Carmona … youngest of three children.

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KATIE WILKERSON

JR, 5-8, Outside Hitter • Corona, Cal. • (Human Movement & Performance Major) Transferred to FSC from Irvine Valley (Calif.) CC ... REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009): helped lead team to 18-6 record and semifinals of state JC tournament … had 218 kills and .297 hitting percentage … all-conference and all-state selection … SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008): did not play ... Transferred to Irvine Valley from Hofstra ... FRESHMAN SEASON (2007): played in 93 sets for Hofstra’s 19-12 team … had 33 kills and .159 hitting percentage … third on team in digs with 325 … had 15 aces … PERSONAL: born 10/14/89 … daughter of Marty and Kathy Wilkerson … has an older sister.

16

ALI SKAYHAN

FR, 6-0, Setter • Beaverton, Ore. • (Undeclared) HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2010): graduated from Central Catholic High School in Portland … helped lead Central Catholic to undefeated 6A state championship (17-0) as a senior … team lost just three sets the entire season … had 17 assists, 2 aces, 8 digs in state championship match … named to all-tournament team at state championship … first-team all-state, first-team all-conference and conference MVP as a senior … first-team all-conference selection as a junior … PERSONAL: born 8/6/92 … daughter of Ron and Elizabeth Skayhan … has one brother.

8

CHELSEA WELLINGHURST

FR, 5-5, Defensive Specialist/Libero • Louisville, Ky. • (Biology) HIGH SCHOOL (GRAD. 2010): graduated from Ballard High School in Louisville … named team MVP in 2008, 2009, 2010 … PERSONAL: born 8/11/92 … daughter of Willie Wellinghurst and Cathy Montano … has a twin brother, Troy, and a younger sister.

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2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

Consecutive Points Served 15 - Carolyn Duddy at Florida Tech............................ 9/15/88 (3rd) 14 - Holly Butterfield vs. Florida Tech......................... 9/29/82 (3rd) 13 - Nancy Blakeslee at Florida Tech....................... 10/30/84 (2 ) nd

Triple Doubles Michelle Kurtgis vs. Gannon.......................................Nov. 8, 1986

19 kills, 17 digs, 10 blocks .....................................(3 games)

Becky Thyhsen at Air Force.............................. November 2, 1991

TEAM RECORDS AT-A-GLANCE MOST WINS: 48 - 1982 FEWEST LOSSES: 3 - 1990 MOST MATCHES PLAYED: 56 - 1982 LONGEST WIN STREAK: 33 matches - 1990 CONSECUTIVE GAMES WON: 49 - 1990 BEST RECORD: 41-3 - 1990

25 kills, 13 digs, 10 blocks......................................(4 games)

Brenda Mowell vs. Metro State............................... Aug. 29, 1998

19 kills, 12 digs, 12 blocks......................................(5 games)

Last Time It Happened 20 Kills and 20 digs (5 game match)

Beverly Stasis vs. Fla. Gulf Coast.....................Nov. 10, 2006

(22 kills, 21 digs)

20 Kills and 20 digs (4 game match)

Beverly Stasis, vs. Armstrong Atlantic............... Sept. 24, 2006

(21 kills, 23 digs)

20 Assists and 20 digs (5 game match)

Missey Crain vs. Tampa....................................Nov. 14, 1989

(29 assists, 23 digs)

Highest Ranking in the AVCA Div. II Top 20 Poll No. 3 – October 2, 2006

MILESTONE WINS

MOCCASIN PRONUNICATION GUIDE Natalie Arvizu

Ar-VEE-zoo

Diana Castrillon

CASS-tree-on

Stephanie Goldstein

GOLD-steen

Lauren Huber

HUE-bur

Brian Imperiale

im-peer-e-AL

Morgan Kosterlitz

KOSS-ter-litts

Anna Niebuhr

NEE-burr

Anne Pietkiewicz

pet-CAV-itch

Ali Skayhan

SKAY-han

Elena Sorich

E-LANE-uh SORE-itch

Kendall Wilde

WILL-de

1 — Sept. 29, 1976 vs. Seminole JC (at FSC)

15-5, 15-3

100 — Oct. 26, 1979 vs. Oakland (at Jacksonville Invit.)

15-13, 12-15, 15-13

200 — Sept. 25, 1982 vs. Tampa (at FSC)

15-6, 15-3

300 — Oct. 2, 1985 vs. Central Florida (at UCF)

8-15, 15-11, 15-7, 15-5

400 — Oct. 4, 1988 vs. Eckerd (at Eckerd)

MOCCASIN COACHING RECORDS Coach KATHY BENN LOIS WEBB JILL STEPHENS

Seasons 1976 (1) 1977-00 (24) 2001-09 (9)

Record 18-16 747-272 211-102

Pct. .529 .733 .674

15-1, 15-7, 15-3

500 — Sept. 18, 1991 vs. Stetson (at Stetson)

11-15, 15-7, 15-8, 15-11

600 — Oct. 8, 1994 vs. Grand Valley State (at FSC)

16-14, 15-9, 8-15, 15-10

700 — Oct. 3, 1998 vs. Rollins (at Rollins)

15-5, 15-13, 15-3

800 — Nov. 15, 2002 vs. Eckerd (at FSC)

30-18, 30-20, 30-21

900 — Oct. 10, 2006 vs. Saint Leo (at Saint Leo)

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30-16, 30-27, 32-34, 30-19

DID YOU KNOW ... ? Of the 30 FSC volleyball players who have graduated while Jill Stephens has been head coach, seven of them – Misti Neutzling, Cara Cosper, Jamie Johnson, Jenni Holste, Pam Stein, Rachelle Konczal, Nicole Weeden - are coaching volleyball either at the high school, college or club level.


2010 Volleyball AVCA Division II Coaches Top 25 Poll 2010 Preseason Poll: August 20, 2010 2009 Total 2008 Final Rank School (First-Place Votes) Points Record Rank 1 Concordia-St. Paul (29) 788 37-0 1 2 Cal State San Bernardino (2) 760 33-2 2 3 Tampa (1) 729 31-3 4 4 Indianapolis 692 38-2 6 5 Central Missouri 676 34-5 5 6 Washburn 603 33-5 8 7 West Texas A&M 561 38-4 3 8 UC San Diego 544 27-3 7 9 Minnesota Duluth 495 23-9 14 10 Metro State 478 26-8 11 11 Saint Leo 465 30-4 10 12 Emporia State 451 29-6 13 13 Nebraska-Kearney 420 33-3 12 14 Cal State L.A. 387 23-9 15 15 Southwest Minnesota State 373 25-8 16 16 Lewis 328 32-5 9 17 Wayne State (Neb.) 265 29-8 18 18 Minnesota State 240 26-7 17 19 Pittsburg State 216 25-11 19 20 Hillsdale 171 24-8 NR 21 Sonoma State 144 23-8 21 22 Flagler 115 36-9 22 23 Hawai’i-Hilo 98 25-2 20 24 Alaska-Anchorage 84 23-8 24 25 Truman 71 24-13 25 Others Receiving Votes and listed on two or more ballots: California (Pa.) 47; Grand Valley State 34; West Florida 32; Western Washington 22; Abilene Christian 21; Dowling 14; Wingate 13; Barry 7

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE 2010 PRESEASON POLL Rank School (1st Place Votes) Pts. 2009 RECORD 1 Tampa (16) 192 15-1 31-2 2 Saint Leo 155 15-1 30-4 3 Lynn (2) 146 7-9 20-12 4 FLORIDA SOUTHERN 120 5-11 14-18 5 Eckerd 92 9-7 20-12 6 Nova Southeastern 88 10-6 19-11 7 Rollins 76 2-14 15-20 8 Barry 72 6-10 15-12 9 Florida Tech 31 3-13 12-15

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Florida Southern College

Record Crowd Watches Mocs Topple Tampa Thanks to a school-record crowd of 1,012 on Sept. 29, 2006, Florida Southern ranked 36th in the NCAA Division II in volleyball home attendance for the 2006 season. The school-record crowd saw the Moccasins sweep then #1-ranked Tampa in straight sets, handing the Spartans what would be their only loss of the season.

VOLLEYBALL TEAM ENJOYS ACADEMIC SUCCESS The success of the FSC volleyball team extends to the classroom as well as the volleyball court. In each of the past three seasons, the Moccasins have received an American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award. To be eligible for consideration, a team had to produce a team grade point average of 3.30 or higher for the school year. FSC’s volleyball team GPA was 3.39 for the 2009-10 year. Eleven players had a GPA of 3.00 or better for the year. Five volleyball players were among the 51 FSC studentathletes who received the 2009-10 Division II Academic Achievement Awards presented by WeatherPORT. Sponsored by the Division II Athletics Directors Association, the program recognizes the academic accomplishments of student-athlete. To be eligible for consideration, a studentathlete must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher, must have been in attendance for at least four semesters and must have been an active member of an intercollegiate team during the last academic year. The five volleyball recipients were Julia Borecka, Elise Burke, Lauren Huber, Courtney Johnson and Kendall Wilde.


2010 Volleyball

Florida Southern College

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2009 VOLLEYBALL STATISTICS (14-18, 5-11 SSC) NAME MP SP K E ATT PCT. AST ACE SE Arvizu, Natalie 27 72 125 56 369 .187 4 1 8 Borekca, Julia 32 126 437 105 1105 .300 21 27 51 Burke, Elise 28 110 12 10 55 .036 1154 15 43 Callahan, Erin 22 54 69 30 183 .213 16 0 2 Greenwood, Anna 32 102 247 127 749 .160 7 30 19 Henson, Kate 3 5 6 0 8 .750 0 0 0 Huber, Lauren 31 108 186 76 470 .234 15 15 26 Johnson, Courtney 29 87 2 1 4 .250 7 4 9 Kosterlitz, Morgan 3 5 4 4 15 .000 1 0 0 Niebuhr, Anna 32 103 2 1 5 .200 8 6 12 Pietkiewicz, Anne 32 118 271 136 784 .172 15 32 48 Sherman, Kelly 32 118 239 111 612 .209 24 19 30 Sorich, Elena 29 82 43 34 156 .058 14 19 38 Wilde, Kendall 27 75 9 4 21 .238 263 13 11 TEAM FLA. SOUTHERN 32 127 1652 695 4536 .211 1549 181 297 Opponents 32 127 1536 558 4274 .229 1398 165 244

RE 16 10 2 0 20 0 0 15 0 28 33 2 10 0 29 165 181

DIG BS 66 1 257 2 196 5 16 5 163 4 1 0 48 8 244 0 1 0 291 0 279 7 90 11 136 0 67 0 1855 1805

43 49

BA BE BHE 23 1 0 50 9 4 30 5 29 32 5 2 15 6 1 0 0 0 40 6 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 18 6 1 68 11 3 4 0 0 2 2 12 286 353

51 52

54 53

MATCH RESULTS Date OPPONENT 8/28 Central Oklahoma 8/28 St. Mary’s (Tex.) 8/29 Metro State 8/29 Millersville 9/04 Bemidji State 9/04 NEBRASKA-OMAHA 9/05 MINNESOTA-DULUTH 9/05 GRAND VALLEY STATE 9/11 North Alabama 9/11 West Alabama 9/12 West Florida 9/16 FLORIDA TECH * 9/19 Rollins * 9/25 BARRY * 9/26 LYNN * 9/30 Tampa * 10/03 ECKERD * 10/06 Saint Leo * 10/09 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN 10/11 Dowling 10/12 New Haven 10/16 North Alabama 10/17 West Florida 10/17 Arkansas-Monticello 10/21 ROLLINS * 10/24 Florida Tech * 10/30 Lynn * 10/31 Barry * 11/04 Eckerd * 11/07 TAMPA * 11/10 SAINT LEO * 11/13 Nova Southeastern *

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

SCORES 24-26, 23-25, 25-20, 25-13, 17-15 22-25, 25-22, 25-14, 25-18 14-25, 18-25, 25-17, 20-25 25-10, 25-16, 25-16 25-11, 25-20, 23-25, 22-25, 15-10 28-26, 25-27, 25-23, 25-17 22-25, 17-25, 23-25 18-25, 25-14, 25-19, 26-24 18-25, 25-22, 23-25, 25-19, 15-9 16-25, 20-25, 23-25 25-21, 21-25, 25-14, 16-25, 19-21 25-18, 19-25, 25-23, 23-25, 17-15 25-16, 22-25. 25-21, 25-22 25-19, 23-25, 27-25, 25-23 18-25, 18-25, 25-23, 18-25 20-25, 17-25, 18-25 25-16, 25-19, 25-27, 21-25, 16-18 20-25, 28-26, 25-23, 14-25, 9-15 22-25, 25-18, 21-25, 22-25 20-25, 23-25, 17-25 25-22, 19-25, 16-25, 25-21, 7-15 23-25, 7-25, 19-25 25-13, 25-23, 25-23 25-17, 25-15, 25-19 25-20, 25-19, 21-25, 24-26, 15-11 25-17, 15-25, 26-24, 25-23 22-25, 17-25, 14-25 18-25, 25-20, 20-05, 27-29 25-21, 20-25, 17-25, 22-25 23-25, 15-25, 12-25 19-25, 25-21, 22-25, 12-25 25-27, 28-26, 20-25, 21-25

*Sunshine State Conference match

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TOURNAMENT St. Mary’s (Tex.) Invitational St. Mary’s (Tex.) Invitational St. Mary’s (Tex.) Invitational St. Mary’s (Tex.) Invitational FSC Classic FSC Classic FSC Classic FSC Classic So. Reg. Crossover I (at West Fla.) So. Reg. Crossover I (at West Fla.) So. Reg. Crossover I (at West Fla.)

So. Reg. Crossover II (at Tampa) So. Reg. Crossover II (at Tampa) So. Reg. Crossover II (at Tampa)


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Florida Southern College MOCCASINS YEAR-BY-YEAR

Year Record SSC Coach SSC Finish 1976 18-16 - Kathy Benn --1977 30-14 - Lois Webb --1978 34-21 - Lois Webb - - - 1979 32-16 - Lois Webb - - - 1980 37-20 - Lois Webb - - - 1981 43-10 - Lois Webb 1st-Tourn. 1982 48-8 12-0 Lois Webb 1st-Reg. Season 1st-Tourn. 1983 25-15 9-3 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 4th-Tourn. 1984 27-10 7-1 Lois Webb 1st-Reg. Season 1st-Tourn. 1985 26-12 - - - Lois Webb 2nd-Tourn. 1986 32-9 12-0 Lois Webb 1st-Reg. Season 1987 37-10 8-2 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 1988 33-8 10-2 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 1989 35-7 12-0 Lois Webb 1st-Reg. Season 1990 41-3 12-0 Lois Webb 1st-Reg. Season 1991 36-10 10-2 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 1992 27-11 10-2 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 1993 30-5 11-3 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 1994 28-8 12-2 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 1995 19-18 8-6 Lois Webb 4th-Reg. Season 1996 25-15 10-4 Lois Webb 3rd-Reg. Season 1997 26-12 8-4 Lois Webb 3rd-Reg. Season 1998 27-7 10-4 Lois Webb 3rd-Reg. Season 1999 28-8 10-4 Lois Webb 3rd-Reg. Season 2000 21-15 11-3 Lois Webb 2nd-Reg. Season 2001 11-19 5-9 Jill Stephens 5th-Reg. Season 2002 25-12 10-4 Jill Stephens 3rd-Reg. Season 2003 18-17 9-5 Jill Stephens 3rd-Reg. Season 2004 28-9 11-5 Jill Stephens 3rd-Reg. Season 2005 33-4 14-2 Jill Stephens 2nd-Reg. Season 2006 31-5 15-1 Jill Stephens T1st-Reg. Season 2007 26-9 11-5 Jill Stephens T2nd-Reg. Season 2008 25-9 12-4 Jill Stephens 2nd Reg. Season 2009 14-18 5-11 Jill Stephens 7th Reg. Season

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Post-Season

14th-AIAW Champ. 3rd-AIAW Regional 4th-AIAW Regional 6th-AIAW Champ. 3rd-AIAW Regional 4th-NCAA Div. II 1st-NCAA Regional 7th-AIAW Champ. 1st-AIAW Regional 2nd-NCAA Regional

T3rd-NCAA Regional

T3rd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional 4th-NCAA Div. II 1st-NCAA Regional T5th-NCAA Div. II 1st-NCAA Regional 4th-NCAA Div. II 1st-NCAA Regional 3rd-NCAA Regional 3rd-NCAA Regional 2nd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional 2nd-NCAA Regional T5th-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional T3rd-NCAA Regional 2nd-NCAA Regional T-5th NCAA Regional

JENKINS FIELD HOUSE

The Moccasins play their home matches in Jenkins Field House on the Florida Southern campus. Designed to complement FSC’s Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings, the facility can encompass three full volleyball/basketball courts. First opened in December 1966 for men’s basketball, Jenkins Field House is one of the largest buildings on campus, covering 40,000 square feet. It was built utilizing the steel framework of three B-47 bomber hangars from Tampa’s MacDill Air Force Base. The first volleyball match in the building occurred on Sept. 29, 1976, when FSC defeated Seminole Junior College 15-5, 15-3. Seven times the facility has been the site for NCAA regional volleyball tournaments and it was the site for the NCAA Division II Volleyball Championship in 1983. An FSC volleyball record crowd of 1,012 watched the Mocs sweep Tampa on Sept. 29, 2006. In the Mocs’ 34-year volleyball history, their record in Jenkins Field House is 405102 (.798). Four times they have enjoyed undefeated home seasons (1981, 1989, 1990, 1993). During a period from October 20, 1988, through October 12, 1991, the Mocs compiled a streak of 41 consecutive home wins. Florida Southern’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted to name the field house for George Jenkins, president of Publix Super Markets, Inc., in appreciation of his generous support of the school, both as a benefactor and a friend.


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FSC VOLLEYBALL RECORDS KILLS (Individual) Match: 40 - Becky Thyhsen, vs. South Florida, 10/05/91 Season: 904 - Becky Thyhsen, 1991 Career: 2001 - Beverly Stasis, 2004-07 KILLS (Team) Game: 31 - vs. Tampa, 11/13/93 Match: 98 - vs. Tampa, 11/13/93 Season: 2464 - 1991 KILL PERCENTAGE (Individual - min. 10 ATT) Match: .929 - Becky Thyhsen, vs. Mankato State, 11/01/91 Season: .465 - Becky Thyhsen, 1991 Career: .414 - Becky Thyhsen, 1989-91 KILL PERCENTAGE (Team) Game: .833 - vs. Eckerd, 9/25/81 (5-0-6) Match: .571 - vs. Webber 9/8/93 Season: .343 - 1990 SERVICE ACES (Individual) Match: 13 - Nancy Blakeslee, vs. Fla. Tech, 10/30/84 Season: 305 - Holly Butterfield, 1981 Career: 444 - Holly Butterfield, 1981-82 SERVICE ACES (Team) Match: 22 - vs. Grand Valley State, 10/19/90 Season: 627 - 1981 ASSISTS (Individual) Match: 83 - Missy Meyer, vs. Barry, 11/19/94 Season: 2208 - Christi Nash, 1991 Career: 5729 - Jordan McAfee, 2003-06 ASSISTS (Team) Match: 92 - vs. Tampa, 11/13/93 Season: 2328 - 1991 DIGS (Individual) Match: 43 - Courtney Veasey, at Tampa, 10/10/04 Season: 682 - Courtney Veasey, 2004 Career: 1814 - Sara Stewart, 1997-00 DIGS (Team) Match: 133 - vs. Tampa, 11/14/89 Season: 2491 - 1991 BLOCK SOLOS (Individual) Match: 11 - Trish Gadberry, vs. Mesa, 10/18/87 Season: 99 - Trish Gadberry, 1987 Career: 182 - Trish Gadberry, 1987-88 BLOCK SOLOS (Team) Match: 21 - vs. Mesa, 10/18/87 Season: 301 - 1982 BLOCK ASSISTS (Individual) Match: 13 - Amber Jaekel, vs. Air Force, 9/30/95 13 - Trish Gadberry, at Alaska-Fairbanks, 9/18/87 Season: 160 - Jolene Bunk, 2000 Career: 345 - Amber Jaekel, 1995-98 BLOCK ASSISTS (Team) Match: 50 - vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 10/18/87 Season: 622 - 2000

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TOP FIVE SEASON/CAREER MARKS SEASON KILLS 904 - Becky Thyhsen (1991) 609 - Leigh Ann Justice (1991) 591 - Kim Crawford (1994) 582 - Beverly Stasis (2004) 568 - Dana Cozine (1984)

CAREER KILLS 2001 - Beverly Stasis (2004-07) 1789 - Becky Thyhsen (1989-91) 1691 - Jill Stephens (1991-94) 1496 - Jenni Holste (2000-03) 1408 - Sara Stewart (1997-00)

ATTACK ATTEMPTS 1689 - Becky Thyhsen (1991) 1495 - Beverly Stasis (2004) 1387 - Beverly Stasis (2005) 1271 - Leigh Ann Justice (1991) 1271 - Sandy Hudson (1981) 1214 - Trish Gadberry (1987)

ATTACK ATTEMPTS 5267 - Beverly Stasis (2004-07) 3731 - Jill Stephens (1991-94) 3559 - Sara Stewart (1997-00) 3551 - Jenni Holste (2000-03 3526 - Becky Thyhsen (1989-91)

ATTACK PCT. .465 - Becky Thyhsen (1991) .429 - Kim Crawford (1994) .421 - Brenda Mowell (1998) .414 - Becky Thyhsen (1990) .379 - Leigh Ann Justice (1990)

ATTACK PCT. .414 - Becky Thyhsen (1989-91) .385 - Kim Crawford (1993-94) .365 - Leigh Ann Justice (1989-91) .359 - Trish Gadberry (1987-88) .342 - Brenda Mowell (1995-98)

ASSISTS 2208 - Christi Nash (1991) 1752 - Missey Crain (1990) 1645 - Neeley Meggs (1999) 1625 - Christi Nash (1992) 1601 - Heather Barrus (1997)

ASSISTS 5729 - Jordan McAfee (2003-06) 4021 - Missey Crain (1988-90) 3833 - Christi Nash (1991-92) 3085 - Heather Barrus (1996-97) 3035 - Neeley Meggs (1998-99)

SERVICE ACES 305 - Holly Butterfield (1981) 139 - Holly Butterfield (1982) 123 - Missey Crain (1990) 109 - Lisa Frisbie (1988) 102 - Sandy Hudson (1981)

SERVICE ACES 444 - Holly Butterfield (1981-82) 243 - Lisa Frisbie (1985-88) 217 - Jill Stephens (1991-94) 212 - Missey Crain (1988-90) 195 - Beverly Stasis (2004-07)

DIGS 682 - Courtney Veasey (2004) 590 - Sara Stewart (2000) 588 - Sara Stewart (1999) 518 - Daryl B창by (2005) 499 - Daryl B창by (2005) 499 - Becky Thyhsen (1991)

DIGS 1814 - Sara Stewart (1997-99) 1750 - Danielle Durham (2005-07) 1659 - Beverly Stasis (2004-07) 1632 - Daryl B창by (2004-07) 1475 - Jill Stephens (1991-94)

BLOCK SOLOS 99 - Trish Gadberry (1987) 89 - Nancy Blakeslee (1983) 83 - Trish Gadberry (1988) 74 - Michelle Kurtgis (1986) 69 - Brenda Mowell (1997) 69 - Cindy Galbicka (1984)

BLOCK SOLOS 182 - Trish Gadberry (1987-88) 169 - Brenda Mowell (1995-98) 161 - Becky Thyhsen (1989-91) 158 - Cindy Galbicka (1983-84) 135 - Michelle Kurtgis (1983-86)

BLOCK ASSISTS 160 - Jolene Bunk (2000) 143 - Becky Thyhsen (1991) 142 - Jenni Holste (2002) 139 - Christie White (2000) 132 - Jamie Johnson (2002)

BLOCK ASSISTS 399 - Jenni Holste (2000-03 ) 345 - Amber Jaekel (1995-98) 333 - Jolene Bunk (1997-00) 302 - Brenda Mowell (1995-98) 295 - Christie White (1997-00)

TOTAL BLOCKS 224 - Trish Gadberry (1987) 202 - Becky Thyhsen (1991) 183 - Jolene Bunk (2000) 175 - Jenni Holste (2002) 172 - Cindy Galbicka (1983) 172 - Michelle Kurtgis (1986)

TOTAL BLOCKS 493 - Jenni Holste (2000-03) 471 - Brenda Mowell (1995-98) 438 - Becky Thyhsen (1989-91) 436 - Amber Jaekel (1995-98) 419 - Jolene Bunk (1997-00)


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MOCCASIN ALL-AMERICANS

Sandy Hudson 1981 - 1st Team

Holly Butterfield 1982 - Hon. Ment.

Dana Cozine 1984 - 2nd Team

Michelle Kurtgis 1986 - 2nd Team

Trish Gadberry 1987 - 2nd Team

Missey Crain 1990 - 1st Team

Vicki Saltsman 1990 - 2nd Team

Becky Thyhsen 1990 - 2nd Team 1991 - 1st Team

Leigh Ann Justice 1991 - 1st Team

Christi Nash 1991 - 2nd Team

Kim Crawford 1993 - 1st Team 1994 - 1st Team

Jill Stephens 1993 - 2nd Team 1994 - 1st Team

Brenda Mowell 1998 - 2nd Team

Sara Stewart 1999 - 2nd Team 2000 - 2nd Team

Jenni Holste 2003 - Hon. Men.

Courtney Vesaey 2003 - Daktronics 3rd Team 2004 - Hon. Ment.

Bevery Stasis 2004 AVCA FR/Year 2005 - Hon. Ment. 2006 - Hon. Ment. 2007 - 2nd Team

Jordan McAfee 2005 - 3rd Team 2006 - 3rd Team

Ashley Martin 2006 - 2nd Team 2007 - 2nd Team

Danielle Durham 2008 - Hon. Ment.

Danielle Higginbotham 2008 - 3rd Team

Julia Borecka 2009 Hon. Ment.

Beverly Stasis

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In addition to being a two-time All-American herself, Moccasin head coach Jill Stephens has produced eight All-Americans during her coaching tenure. The Moccasins have had at least one All-American in nine of Stephens’ ten seasons at Florida Southern. Beverly Stasis, the career leaders in kills for FSC and the Sunshine State Conference, has the distinction of being the only Moccasin volleyball player to receive AVCA recognition in each of her four seasons. She was the AVCA Freshman of the Year in 2004, received honorable mention All-American recognition in 2005 and 2006 and was a second-team honoree in 2007.


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POSTSEASON HONORS AVCA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2004 - Beverly Stasis

AVCA ALL-REGION 1984 - Dana Cozine Cindy Galbicka

1996 - Heather Barrus Amber Jaekel 1997 - Heather Barrus Brenda Mowell

2002 - Jenni Holste Erin Pixton

1998 - Amber Jaekel Brenda Mowell

2004 - Beverly Stasis Courtney Veasey

1999 - Sara Stewart Christie White

2005 - Rachelle Konczal Jordan McAfee Beverly Stasis

1986 - Michelle Boculac Lisa Frisbie Michelle Kurtgis

2000 - Jolene Bunk Sara Stewart

1987 - Michelle Boculac Lisa Frisbie Trish Gadberry

2002 - Jenni Holste Jamie Johnson Pamela Stein

1988 - Missey Crain Lisa Frisbie Trish Gadberry

2003 - Jenni Holste Natalie Hortynski

1989 - Missey Crain Marla Evans Mary Ibaviosa Vicki Saltsman Lois Webb (Coach) 1990 - Missey Crain Leigh Ann Justice Vicki Saltsman Becky Thyhsen Lois Webb (Coach) 1991 - Christi Nash Leigh Ann Justice Becky Thyhsen 1993 - Kim Crawford Jill Stephens Bridget Renyer Lois Webb (Coach) 1994 - Kim Crawford Jill Stephens 1995 - Tara Becker

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DAKTRONICS/CoSIDA ALL-REGION

2004 - Natalie Hortynski Courtney Veasey Beverly Stasis (Freshman of the Year) 2005 - Rachelle Konczal Jordan McAfee Beverly Stasis Danielle Durham (Freshman of the Year) 2006 - Danielle Durham Ashley Martin Jordan McAfee Beverly Stasis 2007 - Ashley Martin Beverly Stasis 2008 - Julia Borecka Danielle Durham Danielle Higginbotham 2009 - Julia Boreka

2006 - Ashley Martin Jordan McAfee Beverly Stasis 2007 - Ashley Martin Beverly Stasis 2008 - Danielle Higginbotham

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1990 - Missey Crain (2) Vicky Saltsman (2) 1993 - Kelly Fitzgerald (1) 1994 - Kelly Fitzgerald (1) Kim Crawford (2) Jill Stephens (2) 1998 - Amber Jaekel (2) 2000 - Sara Stewart (1) 2002 - Erin Pixton (2) 2005 - Jordan McAfee (2) 2006 - Danielle Higginbotham (3) Jordan McAfee (3) Beverly Stasis (3) 2007 - Danielle Higginbotham (2) Beverly Stasis (2)

NATIONAL ALL-TOURN. TEAM 1980 - Toni Woods (AIAW) 1981 - Holly Butterfield 1991 - Christi Nash Becky Thyhsen NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURN.TEAM 1984 - Cindy Galbicka 1987 - Trish Gadberry (MVP) Christy Scott 1989 - Missey Crain Marla Evans Vicki Saltsman Becky Thyhsen 1990 - Missey Crain (MVP) 1991 - Becky Thyhsen (MVP) 1993 - Kim Crawford 1994 - Kim Crawford Jill Stephens 1999 - Neeley Meggs Sara Stewart 2000 - Sara Stewart 2003 - Courtney Veasey 2004 - Courtney Veasey 2005 - Rachelle Konczal Jordan McAfee Beverly Stasis 2006 - Ashley Martin Beverly Stasis

2008 - Elise Burke (1) Danielle Higginbotham (2)

2007 - Danielle Durham Danielle Higginbotham Ashley Martin Beverly Stasis

2009 - Elise Burke (1) Julia Borecka (2)

2008 - Danielle Higginbotham


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ALL-SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HONOREES 1981 1st Team: Sandy Hudson*, Amy Heuser, Lisa Mason, Holly Butterfield 1982 1st Team: Sandy Hudson, Holly Butterfield 2nd Team: Carla Pfotenhauer, Sindee Snow Honorable Mention: Lisa Mason, Laurie Hiatt Coach of the Year: Lois Webb 1983 1st Team: Dana Cozine, Nancy Blakeslee, Cindy Galbicka 1984 1st Team: Dana Cozine*, Cindy Galbicka, Nancy Blakeslee. 2nd Team: Jeanne Stump, Susan Young, Lisa Tetsworth. Co-Coach of the Year: Lois Webb 1985 1st Team: Louise McAlpin. 2nd Team: Jeanette Rutland, Michelle Kurtgis, Michelle Odermatt 1986 1st Team: Michelle Kurtgis, Lisa Frisbie 2nd Team: Christy Scott Honorable Mention: Marlene Ansotegui, Michelle Boculac Coach of the Year: Lois Webb 1987 1st Team: Trish Gadberry*, Michelle Boculac 2nd Team: Lisa Frisbie Honorable Mention: Christy Scott 1988 1st Team: Trish Gadberry, Lisa Frisbie, Missey Crain Honorable Mention: Virginia Huck 1989 1st Team: Missey Crain, Marla Evans 2nd Team: Vicki Saltsman, Becky Thyhsen Honorable Mention: Christine Paciero Coach of the Year: Lois Webb 1990 1st Team: Missey Crain, Leigh Ann Justice, Becky Thyhsen. 2nd Team: Vicki Saltsman Coach of the Year: Lois Webb 1991 1st Team: Christi Nash, Leigh Ann Justice, Becky Thyhsen. 2nd Team: Jill Stephens 1992 1st Team: Christi Nash, Jill Stephens, Kelly Fitzgerald, Bridget Renyer. 2nd Team: Paige DuBois, Amy Thoeming 1993 1st Team: Kim Crawford, Jill Stephens 2nd Team: Missy Meyer Honorable Mention: Bridget Renyer 1994 1st Team: Kim Crawford*, Jill Stephens 2nd Team: Kelly Fitzgerald, Missy Meyer 1995 2nd Team: Tara Becker Honorable Mention: Amber Jaekel 1996 1st Team: Amber Jaekel All Freshman: Heather Barrus Honorable Mention: Cindy McKinnon 1997 2nd Team: Amber Jaekel, Brenda Mowell, Heather Barrus. All-Freshman: Sara Stewart 1998 1st Team: Brenda Mowell**, Amber Jaekel Honorable Mention: Neeley Meggs All-Freshman: Neeley Meggs 1999 1st Team: Sara Stewart, Christie White 2000 1st Team: Sara Stewart** 2nd Team: Jolene Bunk Honorable Mention: Christie White All-Freshman: Jenni Holste, Mindy Miltner 2001 2nd Team: Jenni Holste Honorable Mention: Misti Neutzling All-Freshman: Natalie Hortynski 2002 1st Team: Jenni Holste 2nd Team: Pamela Stein, Erin Pixton Honorable Mention: Jamie Johnson 2003 1st Team: Jenni Holste, Courtney Veasey Honorable Mention: Natalie Hortynski All-Freshman: Jordan McAfee 2004 1st Team: Courtney Veasey, Beverly Stasis*** Honorable Mention: Rachelle Konczal, Natalie Hortynski

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2005 1st Team: Beverly Stasis 2nd Team: Rachelle Konczal, Jordan McAfee Honorable Mention: Daryl B창by, Danielle Durham*** 2006 1st Team: Ashley Martin, Jordan McAfee 2nd Team: Daryl B창by, Danielle Durham, Danielle Higginbotham, Beverly Stasis 2007 2nd Team: Ashley Martin, Beverly Stasis All-Freshman: Elise Burke 2008 1st Team: Danielle Durham, Danielle Higginbotham 2009 1st Team: Julia Borecka All-Freshman: Anne Pietkiewicz *Player of the Year **Co-Player of the Year ***Freshman of the Year

1981 1982 1984 1985

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT* TEAM Sandy Hudson (MVP), Lisa Mason, Holly Butterfield, Amy Heuser First Team: Lisa Mason, Holly Butterfield, Carla Pfotenhauer, Sandy Hudson Second Team: Laurie Hiatt Nancy Blakeslee (MVP), Dana Cozine, Cindy Galbicka Louise McAlpin, Jeanette Rutland, Michelle Odermatt *SSC Tournament discontinued in 1985

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM (announced Feb. 22, 2007) Karla Bersano....................... Barry.......................2001-2002, 2004 Fernanda Brino..................... Barry.................................2003-2004 Missey Crain ...................... Fla. Southern...................1988-1990 Kim Crawford...................... Fla. Southern...................1993-1994 Kim Dix................................. Tampa...............................1988-1991 Danielle Faggion.................. Tampa...............................1996-1999 Fernanda Ferreira................ Barry.................................2001-2003 Cristiana Florea.................... Saint Leo...........................1999-2002 Jade Harper.......................... Barry.................................1998-2000 Sandy Hudson.................... Fla. Southern...................1981-1982 Mickisha Hurley.................... Barry.................................1992-1995 Wei Liu.................................. Barry.................................1993-1995 Dawn Rawlins....................... Tampa...............................1995-1998 Michele Rosamiglia.............. Barry.................................2004-2005 Ania Ruiz.............................. Tampa...............................2000-2003 Jill Stephens....................... Fla. Southern...................1991-1994 Becky Thyhsen................... Fla. Southern...................1989-1991 Elvira Vakhidova................... Barry.................................1994-1997 Ericka Womack..................... Tampa...............................2002-2005 Cindy Yuan........................... Barry.................................1995-1998 Top Players of First 25 Years Danielle Faggion.................. Tampa...............................1996-1999 Mickisha Hurley.................... Barry.................................1992-1995 Top Coach of First 25 Years Chris Catanach..................... Tampa...........................1984-present


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ALL-TIME VOLLEYBALL LETTERWINNERS PLAYER YEARS ALENA, Nikki...........................................1995 ANSOTEGUI, Marlene...................... 1985-86 ARVIZU, Natalie............................... 2007-09 ASHWORTH, Robin................................1987 BÂBY, Daryl ...................................... 2004-07 BAKER, Alison.........................................2001 BARCLAY, Amber.............................. 1997-98 BARRUS, Heather............................. 1996-97 BASHLOR, Kelly.....................................1980 BECKER, Tara................................... 1994-95 BERKLAND, Courtney............................1996 BERNABE, Leinani . ......................... 2003-06 BERNES, Laurie......................................1977 BIRR, Natalie................................. 1999-2002 BLAKESLEE, Nancy......................... 1983-84 BOCULAC, Michelle.......................... 1984-87 BOOTH, Julie................................ 1997-2000 BORECKA, Julia............................... 2008-09 BOWMAN, Jessie . ........................... 2005-06 BROWN, Shannan............................ 1990-91 BUCHANAN, Amanda ...................... 2003-06 BUNK, Jolene................................ 1997-2000 BURKE, Elise.................................... 2007-09 BUTTERFIELD, Holly........................ 1981-82 CACCIATORE, Joleen....................... 2002-05 CALLAHAN, Erin....................................2009 CARRICOFFE, Heather.................... 1995-97 CHARLTON, Erin............................... 1994-97 CHULACK, Alissa....................................1994 CLEMENTS, KeIli....................................1986 COGHILL, Shelley............................. 1984-85 COMBES, Kelsey ............................. 2004-07 CONNER, Ann.........................................1986 COOPER, Cristina . .......................... 2003-06 COSPER, Cara................................. 2001-02 COZINE, Dana.................................. 1983-84 CRAIN, Missey.................................. 1988-90 CRAWFORD, Kim............................. 1993-94 CZAJKA , Mary Kay........................... 1979-81 DeLOACH, Dana............................... 1983-85 DRAPER, Vanessa............................ 1976-78 DRUMM, Maggie .............................. 2005-08 DuBOIS, Paige.................................. 1991-94 DUDDY, Carolyn................................ 1987-88 DURHAM, Danielle . ......................... 2005-08 EADS, Michelle................................. 1987-89 ECHEVERRIA, Sue........................... 1976-78 ESSIG, Tari . ................................. 1997-2000 EVANS, Marla.................................... 1989-90 FARBER, Linda................................. 1979-82 FEDERICO, Jean....................................1979 FENNER, Michelle............................. 1992-95 FINCH, Nicki...................................... 1995-96 FITZGERALD, Kelly.......................... 1991-94 FRANCISCO, Liz.....................................1977 FRISBIE, Lisa.................................... 1985-88 GADBERRY, Trish ............................ 1987-88 GALBICKA, Cindy............................. 1983-84 GLUTH, Kathy................................... 1978-79 GOLDSTEIN, Nicole......................... 1995-98 GOLDSTEIN, Stephanie................... 2007-08 GONZALEZ, Bea.....................................1980 GOODWIN, Debbie........................... 1984-87

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PLAYER YEARS GREENWOOD, Anna ....................... 2006-09 HAGENBURGER, Noelle.................. 1994-95 HALL, Tina...............................................1990 HASLAGE, Beth................................ 1980-83 HAUGE, Kathryn............................... 1992-95 HEDDLE, Sarah......................................1989 HENSON, Kate........................................2009 HERING, Suzy.........................................1976 HESHER, Linda................................. 1978-79 HEUSER, Amy................................... 1980-81 HIATT, Laurie...........................................1982 HIGGINBOTHAM, Danielle .............. 2005-08 HOLSTE, Jenni................................. 2000-03 HORN, Carolyn.................................. 1976-78 HORTYNSKI, Natalie........................ 2001-04 HUBER, Lauren......................................2009 HUCK, Virginia.................................. 1987-88 HUDSON, Sandy............................... 1981-82 HUGHES, Debbie....................................1985 IBAVIOSA, Mary......................................1989 JAEKEL, Amber................................. 1995-98 JOHNSON, Courtney ....................... 2006-09 JOHNSON, Jamie......................... 1999-2002 JOHNSON, Jodi......................................1989 JOHNSTON, Abi................................ 2000-02 JUSTICE, Leigh Ann......................... 1989-91 KEATING, Hollie................................ 1979-80 KIEPE, Kari....................................... 1990-91 KING, Jennifer .................................. 2006-07 KLEMMT, Karlyn . ............................. 2005-06 KONCZAL, Rachelle......................... 2002-05 KOSTERLITZ, Morgan...........................2009 KULL, Karen...................................... 1987-88 KURTGIS, Michelle........................... 1983-86 LETT, Sarah............................................1976 LIPSCOMB, Jennifer......................... 1995-97 LUPFER, Sara Jane................................1977 MAGUIRE, Debbie..................................1978 MARTIN, Ashley . ............................ 2006-07 MARTIN, Chris........................................1988 MARVEL, Lorri............................. 1980-81, 83 MASON, Lisa..................................... 1979-82 McAFEE, Jordan .............................. 2003-06 McALPIN, Louise . ..................................1985 McGINTY, Tami . ............................... 1977-80 McKINNON, Cindy............................. 1995-96 McMANUS, Kathy.............................. 1994-97 McQUOWN, Cheryl.................................1990 MEGGS, Neeley................................ 1998-99 MEEKER, Rachael..................................1986 MEYER, Missy................................... 1991-94 MICKELSON, Kindra...............................1977 MILLS, Jaime.................................... 2000-03 MILTNER, Mindy............................... 2000-01 MOORE, Laura . ............................... 2000-03 MOWELL, Brenda............................. 1995-98 NASH, Christi ................................... 1991-92 NEUTZLING, Misti......................... 1998-2001 NIEBUHR, Anna............................... 2008-09 NOWAK, Sally.........................................1985 ODERMATT, Michele...............................1985 OLSON, Amber ......................................1997 OWSTON, Nancy....................................1976

PLAYER YEARS PACIERO, Christine.......................... 1989-90 PARKER, Chris........................................1979 PEREZ, Becky.........................................1991 PETRIE, Jill ...................................... 1981-83 PETTRY, Joy..................................... 1978-79 PFEFFER, Karen.............................. 1976-77 PFOTENHAUER, Carla...........................1982 PIETKIEWICZ, Anne..............................2009 PIXTON, Erin................................. 1999-2002 POOR, Cindy..................................... 1976-77 QUARANTA, Tina.............................. 1995-96 RENYER, Bridget.............................. 1992-93 RIKER, Nancy.........................................1976 ROGERS, Joan.......................................1979 RUITER, Michelle....................................2004 RUTLAND, Jeannette..............................1985 SALTSMAN, Vicki.............................. 1987-90 SANSCRAINTE, Denise.................... 1977-80 SAWYER, Jennifer............................ 2001-02 SCHALER, Jana................................ 1986-87 SCHROER, Sharon........................... 1990-92 SCOTT, Christy.................................. 1985-87 SHERMAN, Kelly.............................. 2008-09 SIGMAN, Michelle...................................1986 SNOW, Sindee.................................. 1980-82 SORICH, Elena................................. 2008-09 SOULE’, Laura................................. 1984-86 STASIS, Beverly ............................... 2004-07 STEIN, Pamela.................................. 2002-03 STEPHENS, Jill................................. 1991-94 STEWART, Sara............................ 1997-2000 STUCKE, Lara................................... 1995-96 STUMP, Jeanne................................. 1983-84 STUTTERHEIM, Heidi.............................1988 SYPNIESKI, Jen......................................1996 TERRAN, Anabel............................... 1978-89 TETSWORTH, Lisa........................... 1983-84 THOEMING, Amy.............................. 1990-93 THYHSEN, Becky.............................. 1989-91 VanDEUSEN, Keri...................................1992 VARNEY, Tanya................................. 1986-89 VEASEY, Courtney............................ 2003-04 VELENTZAS, Janie.................................1999 VILLARREAL, Liza............................ 1991-94 VOLLMAN, Jean............................... 1977-80 WADE, Kellie...........................................1992 WAGNER, Cindy.....................................1976 WAITE, Lori ............................................1976 WARE, Christie........................................1993 WAYMAN, Rebecca................................1998 WEEDEN, Nicole............................... 2003-04 WHITE, Christie............................. 1997-2000 WILBARGER, Ruth.................................1976 WILDE, Kendall................................ 2008-09 WILLIAMS, Angel....................................1987 WILLIAMS, Laticia............................. 1981-82 WOERNER, Jennifer..................... 1998-2001 WOODS, Toni.................................... 1979-80 WURTZ, Haili..................................... 1983-85 YOUNG, Susan................................. 1981-84 ZUIDEMA, Lori........................................1982 Current players in RED


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Florida Southern College FLORIDA SOUTHERN IN NCAA POSTSEASON PLAY 1990 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Florida Southern) FSC def Tampa 15-9, 4-15, 15-12, 15-6 FSC finished 1st DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP (at Cal St.-Bakersfield) West Texas St. def. FSC 15-1, 16-14, 15-6 FSC finished tied for 5th 1991 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) FSC def. Tampa 13-15, 15-4, 15-11, 10-15, 16-14 FSC finished 1st DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP (at West Texas State) FSC def. North. Colorado 15-9, 15-11, 12-15, 15-13 West Texas State def. FSC 15-12, 15-10, 15-2 North Dakota State def. FSC 15-8, 15-13, 15-5 FSC finished 4th 1992 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) Gannon def. FSC 9-15, 15-6, 15-9, 15-5 FSC finished 3rd

1981 - 4th in NCAA DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP Front (L-R): Mary Kay Czajka, Jill Petrie, Lorri Marvel, Sandy Hudson, Laticia Williams, Holly Butterfield, Lisa Mason. Back (L-R): Manager Lissa Lagoni, Susan Young, Linda Farber, Amy Heuser, Beth Haslage, Sindee Snow, Head Coach Lois Webb.

1981 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Florida Southern) FSC def. St. Augustine’s 15-6, 15-6, 15-3 FSC finished 1st DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP (at California-Riverside) Lewis def. FSC 10-15, 15-12, 11-15, 15-10, 15-10 Cal St.-Northridge def. FSC 15-7, 15-12, 15-12 FSC finished 4th 1982 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Florida Southern) FSC def. Angelo St. 15-3, 15-11, 11-15, 15-6 Portland St. def. FSC 15-8, 15-9, 15-8 FSC finished 2nd

1993 SOUTH REGIONAL (at North Florida) Tampa def. FSC 12-15, 6-15, 15-10, 15-9, 20-18 FSC finished 3rd 1994 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Barry) FSC def. Tampa 9-15, 15-12, 15-9, 15-12 Barry def. FSC 15-9, 15-6, 13-15, 10-15, 19-17 FSC finished 2nd 1996 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) Barry def. FSC 15-2, 15-3, 15-4 FSC finished tied for 3rd 1997 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) Barry def. FSC 15-7, 15-9, 15-3 FSC finished tied for 3rd

1984 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Florida Southern) Sam Houston St. def. FSC 15-12, 15-13, 15-9 Tampa def. FSC 15-12, 14-16, 15-10, 16-14 FSC finished tied for 3rd 1986 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Florida Southern) Cal St.-Northridge def. FSC 15-11, 15-11, 15-9 FSC finished tied for 3rd 1987 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Florida Southern) FSC def. Navy 15-13, 15-3, 15-9 Cent. Missouri St. def. FSC 15-7, 12-15, 15-2, 15-10 FSC finished tied for 3rd 1989 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Florida Southern) FSC def. Tampa 13-15, 15-10, 15-9, 15-13 FSC finished 1st DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP (at Cal St.-Bakersfield) FSC def. Regis 15-4, 15-0, 15-3 Cal St.-Bakersfield def. FSC 15-10, 15-5, 15-8 North Dakota St. def. FSC 15-3, 9-15, 15-9, 15-3 FSC finished 4th

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1989 - 4th in NCAA DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP Front (L-R): Jodi Johnson, Marla Evans, Mary Ibaviosa, Missey Crain, Christine Paciero, Tanya Varney, Michelle Eads. Back (L-R): Sarah Heddle, Vicki Saltsman, Assistant Coach Susan Freeman, Head Coach Lois Webb, Trainer Elizabeth Ide, Becky Thyhsen, Leigh Ann Justice.


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1998 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) Barry def. FSC 11-15, 15-13, 9-15, 15-3, 15-12 FSC finished tied for 3rd 1999 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) FSC def. Barry 11-15, 9-15, 15-13, 15-13, 17-15 Tampa def. FSC 9-15, 15-10, 15-9, 15-13 FSC finished 2nd 2000 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) Barry def. FSC 16-14, 15-17, 12-15, 15-10, 15-12 FSC finished tied for 5th 2002 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) FSC def. Armstrong Atlantic 30-22, 30-27, 30-15 Tampa def. FSC 30-15, 30-20, 30-23 FSC finished tied for 3rd 2003 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Barry) FSC def. Armstrong Atl. 31-33, 30-25, 30-16, 30-26 Barry def. FSC 30-23, 30-21, 30-21 FSC finished tied for 3rd

1991 - 4th in NCAA DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP Front (L-R): Kelly Fitzgerald, Paige DuBois, Christi Nash, Liza Villareal, Jill Stephens, Bekcy Perez, Missy Meyer. Back (L-R): Sharon Schroer, Kari Kiepe, Leigh Ann Justice, Assistant Coach Susan Freeman, Head Coach Lois Webb, Trainer Nita Hospel, Shannan Brown, Becky Thyhsen, Amy Thoeming.

2006 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) FSC def. Saint Leo 30-19, 30-27, 30-17 Fla. Gulf Coast def. FSC 26-30, 30-22, 30-20, 28-30, 17-15 FSC finished tied for 3rd 2007 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) FSC def. Saint Leo 25-30, 30-18, 19-30, 30-25, 15-4 FSC def. Nova Southeastern 30-19, 30-14, 26-30, 30-28 Tampa def. FSC 30-27, 30-26, 30-19 FSC finished 2nd 2008 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) Saint Leo def. FSC 20-25, 25-21, 18-25, 25-16, 15-13 FSC finished tied for 5th

1990 - 5th in NCAA DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP Front (L-R): Tina Hall, Marla Evans, Missey Crain, Christine Paciero, Leigh Ann Justice, Kari Kiepe, Shannan Brown. Back (L-R): Trainer Elizabeth Ide, Manager Tim Cooper, Becky Thyhsen, Vicki Saltsman, Amy Thoeming, Cheryl McQuown, Sharon Schroer, Assistant Coach Susan Freeman, Head Coach Lois Webb.

2004 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Barry) FSC def. Armstrong Atl. 30-24, 30-23, 30-24 Barry def. FSC 30-27, 30-20, 30-17 FSC finished tied for 3rd 2005 SOUTH REGIONAL (at Tampa) FSC def. Wingate 30-15, 30-16, 30-24 Fla. Gulf Coast def. FSC 26-30, 31-29, 26-30, 30-18, 15-12 FSC finished tied for 3rd

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Jill Petrie

Heather Carricoffe

Jenn Woerner

HONOR WALK STUDENTS

In 2002, Jenn Woerner became the third Moccasin volleyall player to be named as Florida Southern College’s Honor Walk Student, the highest honor bestowed on a Florida Southern student. In 1983, Jill Petrie became the first volleyball student-athlete to garner this prestigious award, while Heather Carricoffe was recognized with the honor in 1999.


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SERIES RECORDS VS. ALL-OPPONENTS SUNSHINE ST. CONF. OPPONENTS OPPONENT FS-OP

Barry (Fla.) ..............................................26-30 Eckerd (Fla.) ............................................62-4 Florida Tech ............................................52-5 Lynn (Fla.) ...............................................20-6 Nova Southeastern (Fla.) .......................13-4 Rollins (Fla.) ............................................75-5 Saint Leo (Fla.) . ......................................60-4 Tampa (Fla.) ............................................52-53

OPPONENT FS-OP Abilene Christan (Tex.).............................. 1-0 Air Force (Colo.)........................................ 4-2 Alabama ................................................... 0-1 Alabama-Birmingham ............................... 2-0 Alabama-Huntsville .................................. 4-0 Alabama State .......................................... 1-0 Alaska-Anchorage .................................... 3-1 Alaska-Fairbanks . .................................... 3-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W. Va.)...................... 1-0 American International (Mass.) ................ 2-0 Angelo State (Texas) .............................. 7-1 Arkansas-Monticello.................................. 2-0 Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) ..............14-4 Army (N.Y.)................................................ 1-0 Ashland (Ohio) ......................................... 2-1 Auburn (Ala.)............................................. 1-0 Augusta State (Ga.) ................................ 2-0 Augustana (S.D.) ...................................... 4-1 Bellarmine (Ky.) ........................................ 1-0 Bemidji State (Minn.)................................. 1-0 Bentley (Mass.) ........................................ 5-0 Berry (Ga.) . .............................................. 2-0 Bowie State (Md.) ..................................... 1-0 Brigham Young-Hawaii.............................. 0-1 Bryant (R.I.) .............................................. 3-0 Cal-Davis .................................................. 3-2 Cal-Riverside ............................................ 2-3 Cal Poly-Pomona...................................... 0-1 Cal. St. - Bakersfield.................................. 0-3 Cal. St. - Chico.......................................... 1-0 Cal. St. - Dominguez Hills......................... 1-0 Cal. St. - Los Angeles ............................... 0-2 Cal. St. - Northridge................................... 0-2 Cal. St. - Sacramento................................ 0-2 Cal. St.- San Bernardino........................... 0-1 Cameron (Okla.) ....................................... 0-2 Carroll (Mont.)............................................ 1-0 Catawba (N.C.) . ....................................... 5-0 Central Florida ..........................................25-23 Central Missouri State............................... 3-4 Central Oklahoma..................................... 1-0 Central Washington .................................. 1-0 Chadron State (Neb.)................................ 1-0 Chapman (Calif.)....................................... 0-2 Charleston (S.C.)....................................... 6-1 Charleston (W.V.)...................................... 1-0 Christian Brothers (Tenn.) ........................ 2-0 Clarion (Pa.).............................................. 1-0 Clemson (S.C.).......................................... 1-0 Colorado Christian . .................................. 1-1 Colorado College....................................... 1-0 Columbus State (Ga.) . ............................. 1-0 Concordia - St. Paul (Minn.)...................... 0-1 Denver (Colo.) .......................................... 2-0 Dowling (N.Y.) . ......................................... 3-2 Drury (Mo.)................................................ 1-0 Eastern Kentucky ..................................... 0-1 Edinboro (Pa.) .......................................... 5-1 Embry-Riddle (Fla.)................................... 1-0 Emory (Ga.)............................................... 1-0 Evansville (Ind.)......................................... 2-0 Ferris State (Mich.).................................... 5-1 Findlay (Ohio) ........................................... 2-1 Flagler (Fla.) ............................................ 8-1 Florida ...................................................... 5-8 Florida A&M .............................................. 3-0

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Florida Atlantic ..........................................13-2 Florida Bible ............................................. 1-0 Florida Gulf Coast .................................... 1-3 Florida International U...............................20-21 Florida State ............................................. 1-4 Fontbonne (Mo.)........................................ 1-0 Fort Lewis (Colo.)...................................... 1-0 Francis Marion (S.C.) ............................... 6-0 Franklin Pierce (N.H.)................................ 1-0 Gannon (Pa.)............................................. 3-2 Gardner-Webb (N.C.)................................ 2-0 Grand Canyon (Ariz.)................................ 1-2 Grand Valley State (Mich.) ....................... 5-2 Hawaii-Hilo ............................................... 1-2 Henderson State (Ark.).............................. 2-1 Hillsdale (Mich.)......................................... 1-0 Huntingdon (Ala.)...................................... 1-0 Idaho ........................................................ 0-1 Idaho State ............................................... 1-0 Illinois ....................................................... 1-0 Indiana-Purdue/Ft. Wayne......................... 1-1 Indianapolis (Ind.)...................................... 1-0 Jacksonville (Fla.)......................................15-4 Jacksonville State (Ala.) ........................... 8-0 James Madison (Va.)................................. 0-1 Judson (Ill.)................................................ 1-0 Kentucky Wesleyan .................................. 1-0 Lander (S.C.)............................................. 1-0 Lees-McRae (N.C.).................................... 1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) ................................. 2-0 Lewis (Ill.) ................................................. 8-5 Lock Haven (Pa.) . .................................... 1-0 LIU-C.W. Post (N.Y.).................................. 3-0 Loyola (Ill.)................................................. 1-0 Loyola (Md.).............................................. 1-0 Madonna (Mich.)....................................... 1-0 Maryland - Baltimore County..................... 1-0 Massachussetts . ...................................... 1-0 Mass.-Lowell ............................................ 1-0 Memphis State (Tenn.) ............................. 0-2 Mercer (Ga.).............................................. 1-0 Mercy (N.Y.) . ............................................ 0-1 Mesa State (Colo.) ................................... 2-2 Metropolitan State (Colo.) ........................ 7-9 Miami (Fla.) .............................................. 5-5 Michigan Tech............................................ 1-1 Millersville (Penn.)..................................... 1-0 Minnesota ................................................. 0-1 Minnesota-Duluth ..................................... 3-2 Minn. State - Mankato .............................. 3-3 Mississippi ................................................ 2-0 Mississippi State . ..................................... 2-0 Mississippi-Women.................................... 4-5 Missouri Southern..................................... 2-1 Missouri-St. Louis ..................................... 6-1 Missouri Western....................................... 2-0 Montana State-Billings.............................. 1-0 Montevallo (Ala.) . ................................... 8-4 Morehead State (Ky.)................................. 1-0 Mount Olive............................................... 1-0 Navy (Md.)................................................. 3-1 Nebraska-Omaha ..................................... 1-3 New Haven (Conn.) ..................................12-6 New Mexico Highlands.............................. 1-0 New Orleans (La.) .................................... 3-0 New York Tech........................................... 3-0 Nicholls State (La.).................................... 1-0 North Alabama ........................................11-4 North Carolina .......................................... 1-1 North Carolina - Pembroke........................ 1-0 North Central (Ill.)...................................... 1-0 North Dakota ............................................ 1-2 North Dakota State ................................... 2-5 North Florida . ...........................................11-13 Northeastern (Mass.)................................. 1-0 Northern Colorado .................................... 3-2 Northern Kentucky..................................... 3-3

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Northern Michigan .................................... 2-2 Northern Montana .................................... 1-0 Northern State (S.D.)................................. 1-0 Northwest Missouri State ......................... 4-0 Northwood (Mich.) .................................... 1-1 Oakland (Mich.) ........................................ 3-0 Oral Roberts (Okla.).................................. 0-1 Palm Beach Atlantic (Fla.) ........................ 5-0 Pittsburg State (Kan.)................................ 1-0 Portland State (Ore.)................................. 0-4 Presbyterian (S.C.) ................................... 4-0 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez.............................. 2-0 Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras ........................... 2-1 Puget Sound (Wash.)................................ 0-1 Quincy (Ill.)................................................ 1-0 Quinnipiac (Conn.) ................................... 1-0 Regis (Colo.)............................................. 1-3 Rockhurst (Mo.) ........................................ 0-2 Rutgers (N.J.)............................................ 0-2 Saginaw Valley State (Mich.)..................... 1-0 Saint Andrews (N.C.)................................. 1-0 Saint Anselm (N.H.)................................... 1-0 Saint Augustine’s (N.C.)............................ 2-0 Saint Francis (Ill.)....................................... 7-2 Saint Francis (N.Y.).................................... 1-0 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) . ............................... 2-1 Saint Mary’s (Tex.)..................................... 1-0 Saint Thomas (Fla.) .................................. 4-0 Saint Xavier (Ill.)........................................ 1-0 Samford (Ala.)........................................... 1-0 Sam Houston State (Texas)...................... 0-3 San Francisco State (Calif.)...................... 0-1 Seattle Pacific (Wash.).............................. 0-1 Slippery Rock (Pa.)................................... 2-0 Sonoma State (Calif.)................................ 2-0 South Alabama ......................................... 1-0 South Carolina........................................... 1-2 South Carolina-Aiken ............................... 8-0 South Carolina-Upstate ............................ 7-1 Southeast Missouri State.......................... 4-0 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville................... 1-0 Southern Mississippi................................. 1-0 South Florida ............................................35-9 Southwest State (Minn.) ........................... 1-1 Southwest Texas State.............................. 1-0 Stetson (Fla.).............................................31-0 Stony Brook (N.Y.)..................................... 2-0 Tennessee-Martin ..................................... 2-0 Texas Lutheran ......................................... 0-4 Texas Woman’s ........................................ 2-0 Towson State (Md.) .................................. 1-0 Troy State (Ala.)........................................13-0 Truman State (Mo.) .................................. 1-2 Tulane (La.)............................................... 0-1 Tuskegee Institute (Ala.)............................ 1-0 Valdosta State (Ga.).................................. 2-0 Warner Southern (Fla.).............................. 1-0 Washburn (Kan.) ...................................... 1-2 Washington (Mo.)...................................... 0-1 Wayne State (Mich.).................................. 2-0 Wayne State (Neb.)................................... 2-0 Webber International (Fla.) . ..................... 2-0 West Alabama ......................................... 1-1 West Florida ............................................ 5-1 West Georgia .......................................... 3-0 West Texas A&M ...................................... 1-8 West Virginia Wesleyan............................. 1-0 Western State (Colo.) ............................... 1-0 Wingate (N.C.)  ......................................... 3-0 Winona State (Minn.)................................. 1-0 Winthrop (S.C.).......................................... 1-0-1 Wisconsin-Parkside .................................. 3-0 Wright State (Ohio).................................... 5-1 Xavier (Ohio)............................................. 0-1

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SUNSHINE ST. CONF. 2009 STANDINGS Institution Tampa Saint Leo Nova Southeastern Eckerd Lynn Barry Florida Southern Florida Tech Rollins

SSC 15-1 15-1 10-6 9-7 7-9 6-10 5-11 3-13 2-14

First Team All-SSC Lydee Benoit (EC) Julia Borecka (FSC) Emily Calderon-Reyes (SLU) Kaleigh Cunningham (UT) Kaitlin McKenna (SLU) Michelle Nogueras (SLU) Melissa Vanderhall (UT) Kathleen Yony (NSU)

ALL 31-2 30-4 19-11 20-12 20-12 15-12 14-18 12-15 15-20

Second Team All-SSC Danielle Bletso (SLU) Nikki Hartman (RC) Valia Petrova (NSU) Bruna Rocha (SLU) Meghan Sherman (UT) Julia Teixiera (BU) Julie Howlett (UT) Lacy Redwine (LU

SSC Player of the Year Melissa Vanderhall (UT)

SSC All-Freshman Team Caitlyn Ballweber (FT) Taylor Manning (EC) Carly Perschnick (NSU) Mikayla Pierce (RC) Anne Pietkiewicz (FSC) Danielle Selkridge (UT) Chelsey Semprini (LU)

SSC Freshman of the Year Carly Perschnick (NSU) SSC Coach of the Year Sam Cibrone (SLU)

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single sport organization to the Division II “Conference of Champions.” Since its inception, the conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. Sunshine State Conference member schools have won NCAA national titles (74 total) in baseball, men’s basketball, Jay Jones men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s Commissioner and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball, and are nationally recognized in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s rowing and women’s basketball. The SSC sponsors championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, softball and women’s rowing. The first women’s SSC championships began in 1981-82. SSC members include: Barry University (Miami Shores); Eckerd College (St. Petersburg); Florida Tech (Melbourne); Florida Southern College (Lakeland); Lynn University (Boca Raton); Nova Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale); Rollins College (Winter Park); Saint Leo University (Saint Leo); and the University of Tampa (Tampa). For more information, please contact: Jay Jones, Commissioner Kelly Harrison, Asst. Commissioner/Internal Operations Maryanne Simkulak, Asst. Commissioner/Membership Services 400 South Park Avenue, Suite 150 Winter Park, FL 32789 • 321-972-1803; Fax: 321-972-1805 www.sunshinestateconference.com

2009 SSC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS HITTING PERCENTAGE Danielle Selkridge (UT)........ Kaitlin McKenna (SLU)......... Melissa Vanderhall (UT)....... Camille Hanks (UT).............. Danielle Bletso (SLU)........... Carly Perschnick (NSU)........ Janelle Branch (FT).............. Kaleigh Cunningham (UT).... Julia Borecka (FSC)........... Molly Sigerich (NSU)............

K 140 359 398 198 270 288 252 340 437 205

E 22 96 95 56 66 83 64 83 105 69

TA 254 697 829 417 609 630 585 807 1105 482

KILLS PER SET KILLS Melissa Vanderhall (UT)......................... 398 Nikki Hartman (RC)................................ 501 Lydee Benoit (EC).................................. 457 Julia Borecka (FSC)............................. 437 Julia Teixiera (BU).................................. 364 Keleigh Cunningham (UT)...................... 340 Emily Calderon-Reyes (SLU)................. 369 Caitlyn Ballweber (FT)............................ 320 Katie Bradley (LU).................................. 281 Kaitlyn McKenna (SLU).......................... 359

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PCT. .465 .377 .366 .341 .335 .325 .321 .318 .300 .282

ASSISTS PER SET AST Meghan Sherman (UT)........................... 1251 Michelle Nogueras (SLU)....................... 1272 Valentina Petrova (NSU)........................ 937 Elise Burke (FSC)................................. 1154 Devon Woolard (LU)............................... 1193 Kiana Parks (RC)................................... 1151 Alexis Mastela (FT)................................. 801 Libby Walter (BU)................................... 745 Megan Golovkin (EC)............................. 910 Bri Smith (EC)......................................... 508

AVG. 119.1 10.87 10.65 10.49 10.20 9.51 8.43 7.84 7.58 5.18

BLOCKS PER SET Danielle Bletso (SLU)........... Janelle Branch (FT).............. Haley Pratt (LU).................... Kaitlin McKenna (SLU)......... Natalie Branche (RC)........... Taylor Manning (EC)............. Sophie Gagnon (LU)............ Jenny Sherwood (RC).......... Camille Hanks (UT).............. Leah Perry (SLU).................

BS 19 18 13 15 28 22 8 10 18 11

BA 100 83 103 100 88 92 96 104 63 79

TB AVG. 119 1.03 101 1.02 116 0.99 115 0.98 116 0.97 114 0.95 104 0.94 114 0.92 81 0.91 90 0.90

AVG. 3.90 3.82 3.75 3.47 3.47 3.21 3.18 3.17 3.09 3.07

SERVICE ACES PER SET ACES Jessica Yingling (UT).............................. 28 Ady Alcantara (BU)................................. 36 Julia Teixiera (BU).................................. 36 Taylor Manning (EC)............................... 41 Samara Ferreira (BU)............................. 34 Lucia Cizmarova (NSU).......................... 32 Molly Krull (UT)....................................... 24 Anna Greenwood (FSC)....................... 30 Chelsea Armer (SLU)............................. 33 Michelle Nogueras (SLU)....................... 33

AVG. 0.44 0.43 0.34 0.34 0.32 0.31 0.30 0.29 0.28 0.28

DIGS PER SET DIGS Spenser Rigg (BU)................................. 509 Lacy Redwine (LU)................................. 543 Amy O’Brien (FT).................................... 487 Kathleen Yony (NSU)............................. 458 Phoebe Corder (RC).............................. 472 Julie Howlett (UT)................................... 374 Hallie Ward (EC)..................................... 439 Chelsea Armer (SLU)............................. 423 Bruna Rocha (SLU)................................ 377 Nikki Hartman (RC)................................ 417

AVG. 4.85 4.76 4.68 4.63 4.21 4.16 3.78 3.62 3.22 3.18


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BARRY UNIVERSITY MATCH DATES: H–Oct. 1; A–Nov. 6 NICKNAME: Buccaneers LOCATION: Miami Shores, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 9,042 COLORS: Red, Black and Silver SERIES VS FSC: Barry leads 30-26 HEAD COACH: Frederico Santos (30-24, 2 yrs.) 2009 RECORD: 15-12; 6-10 SSC (6th) SID: Dennis Jezek (djezek@mail.barry.edu) SID PHONE: (305) 899-3553 SID FAX: (305) 899-3556 Web-Site: www.GoBarryBucs.com

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY MATCH DATES: H–Oct. 2; A–Nov. 5 NICKNAME: Sharks LOCATION: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 4,019 COLORS: Navy Blue & Gray SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 13-4 HEAD COACH: Steve Wilcosky (80-53, 4 yrs.) 2009 RECORD: 19-11; 10-6 SSC (T-3rd) SID: Keith Smith (keith.smith@nova.edu) SID PHONE: (954) 262-8261 SID FAX: (954) 262-3273 WEB-SITE: www.nsusharks.com

ECKERD COLLEGE MATCH DATES: A–Oct. 8; H–Nov. 13 NICKNAME: Tritons LOCATION: St. Petersburg, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 1,749 COLORS: Teal, Navy, Black & White SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 62-4 HEAD COACH: Courtney Draper (109-80, 6 yrs.) 2009 RECORD: 20-12; 9-7 SSC (4th) SID: Rob Broussard (brousrk@eckerd.edu) SID PHONE: (727) 864-8242 SID FAX: (727) 864-8968 WEB-SITE: www.eckerdtritons.com

ROLLINS COLLEGE MATCH DATES: A–Oct. 5; H–Nov. 9 NICKNAME: Tars LOCATION: Winter Park, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 1,759 COLORS: Royal Blue and Gold SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 75-5 HEAD COACH: Sindee Snow (169-147, 9 yrs.) 2009 RECORD: 15-20; 2-14 SSC (T-8th) SID: Nate Weyant (nweyant@rollins.edu) SID PHONE: (407) 646-2661 SID FAX: (407) 646-1555 WEB-SITE: www.rollinssports.com

FLORIDA TECH MATCH DATES: H–Sept. 15; A–Oct. 20 NICKNAME: Panthers LOCATION: Melbourne, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 5,000 COLORS: Crimson and Gray SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 52-5 HEAD COACH: Erin Lee (1st yr.) 2009 RECORD: 12-15; 3-13 SSC (8th) SID: Rebecca Vick (rvick@fit.edu) SID PHONE: (321) 674-7484 SID FAX: (321) 674-7502 WEB-SITE: www.floridatechsports.com

SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY MATCH DATES: A–Sept. 25; H–Oct. 29 NICKNAME: Lions LOCATION: Saint Leo, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 1,000 COLORS: Green and Gold SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 60-4 HEAD COACH: Sam Cibrone (131-77, 6 yrs.) 2009 RECORD: 30-4; 15-1 SSC (T-1st) SID: Evan Ortiz (evan.ortiz@saintleo.edu) SID PHONE: (352) 588-8506 SID FAX: (352) 588-8290 WEB-SITE: www.saintleolions.com

LYNN UNIVERSITY MATCH DATES: H–Sept. 18; A–Oct. 23 NICKNAME: Fighting Knights LOCATION: Boca Raton, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 2,100 COLORS: Royal Blue and White SERIES VS FSC: FSC leads 20-6 HEAD COACH: Lynze Roos (81-51, 4 yrs.) 2009 RECORD: 20-12; 7-9 SSC (5th) SID: Chad Beattie (cbeattie@lynn.edu) SID PHONE: (561) 237-7431 SID FAX: (561) 237-7273 WEB-SITE: www.lynnfightingknights.com

UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA MATCH DATES: A–Sept. 22; H–Oct. 30 NICKNAME: Spartans LOCATION: Tampa, Fla. AFFILIATION: NCAA II ENROLLMENT: 4,261 COLORS: Scarlet, Black and Gold SERIES VS FSC: UT leads 53-52 HEAD COACH: Chris Catanach (812-153, 26 yrs.) 2009 RECORD: 31-2; 15-1 SSC (T-1st) SID: Tom Kolbe (tkolbe@ut.edu) SID PHONE: (813) 253-6241 SID FAX: (813) 253-6288 WEB-SITE: www.tampaspartans.com


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MOCCASIN VOLLEYBALL BOOSTER CLUB MEMBERSHIP Blue MembershiP - $50 Benefits Include: • Schedule magnet • Mocs volleyball T-shirt • Name on FSC website and in game program as Volleyball Booster • Weekly e-mail updates • FSC volleyball yearbook White MembershIP - $75 Benefits Include: • Blue Membership benefits, plus: • One season ticket to 2010 volleyball home matches Red Membership - $150 Benefits Include: • White Membership benefits, plus • Upgrade to two season tickets to 2010 volleyball home matches • One VIP Parking Pass for home matches • Two complimentary passes to 2010 season-ending awards banquet • Mocs volleyball polo shirt Gold Membership - $300 Benefits Include: • Red Membership benefits, plus • Upgrade to four season tickets to 2010 volleyball home matches • Upgrade to four complimentary passes to season-ending awards banquet • Upgrade to Mocs Adidas coaches polo shirt PLATINUM Membership - $500 Benefits Include: • Gold Membership benefits, plus • One home match sponsorship

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____ PLATINUM LEVEL ($500) Adidas Coaches Shirt Size (extra coaches shirts - $40 each) Men’s - (Circle one) S M L XL XXL Women’s - (Circle one) S M L XL XXL T-Shirt Size: (extra T-Shirts - $10 each) Adult sizes - (Circle one) S M L XL XXL ____ Check here if you will not use your season tickets ____ Check here if you wish to make a straight donation without receiving season tickets or gifts. Donation $______________

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Make Check Payable to: Florida Southern College and mail to: Jill Stephens, Volleyball Coach Florida Southern College 111 Lake Hollingsworth Drive Lakeland, FL 33801-5698


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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HALL OF FAME Lisa Ball (women’s golf) and Wayne Raath (men’s golf) were inducted into the SSC Hall of Fame in 2009 bringing the number of inductees from Florida Southern College to 41. Nine Moccasin representatives were inducted into the inaugural class in 1991-92 and FSC has had at least one inductee in 15 of the 18 classes since the Hall’s inception. Of the 41inductees, 27 have been student-athletes, while 10 have come from the coaching ranks and four from administrative and staff positions.

FSC’s SSC Hall of Fame Inductees

Class of 1991-92 Dana Cozine - Volleyball John Ebeling - Men’s Basketball John Edwards - Men’s Basketball Tom Gleeton - Men’s Golf Sandy Hudson - Volleyball Charley Matlock - Men’s Golf Coach Tom Patri - Men’s Golf Hal Smeltzly - Baseball Coach / Athletic Director Lois Webb - Volleyball Coach Class of 1992-93 Joe Arnold - Baseball Coach Lee Janzen - Men’s Golf Class of 1993-94 Ed Jeffries - Women’s Tennis Coach Jerry Johnson - Men’s Basketball Dori Stankewitz - Softball Class of 1994-95 Bill “Doc” Connors - Trainer Kris Kearney - Men’s Basketball Class of 1995-96 Chuck Anderson - Baseball Coach Terry Gilmore - Baseball Missey Crain - Volleyball Class of 1996-97 Hal Wissel - Men’s Basketball Coach Class of 1998-99 Kellie Robinson - Softball Class of 1999-00 Chris Bellotto - Softball Coach John Hudek - Baseball

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Class of 2002-03 Becky Thyhsen - Volleyball Norm Benn - Women’s Basketball Coach Rocco Mediate - Men’s Golf Class of 2003-04 Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball

Class OF 2004-05 Shelly Davis - Softball Wayne Koehler - Sports Information Director Shanna Nagy - Women’s Golf Class OF 2005-06 Lisa Cave - Women’s Golf Jeff Klauk - Men’s Golf James Vida - Baseball Class OF 2006-07 Duane Hopkins - Faculty Athletics representative B.J. Leach - Baseball Traci Wood - Softball Class OF 2007-08 Julianne Coleman - Softball A.L. “Buck” Dawson - Cross Country Coach Jana Peterkova - Women’s Golf Class OF 2008-09 Lisa Ball - Women’s Golf Wayne Raath - Men’s Golf


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE SPORTS HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2002 - Chuck Anderson - Baseball (1959-62), Baseball Coach (1984-2002); Chris Bellotto - Softball Coach (1982-present); John Ebeling - Men’s Basketball (1979-82); Ken Huebner - Baseball (1962-65); Lee Janzen - Men’s Golf (1983-86); Jerry Johnson - Men’s Basketball (1985-88); Floyd E. Lay - Men’s Basketball (1938-41); Charley Matlock - Men’s Golf Coach (1972-95); Greg Pryor - Baseball (196871); Kellie Robinson - Softball (1989-92); Charles Senger - Baseball/ Basketball (1954-57); Hal Smeltzly - Baseball Coach (1958-1976); and Athletics Director (1977-2000); Lois Webb - Volleyball Coach (19772000); George Jenkins - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2003 - Joe Arnold - Baseball Coach (1977-83); Kim Disbro - Women’s Basketball (1984-87); Fred Lapper - Men’s Basketball (1950-53); Justice Fred R. Lewis - Men’s Basketball (1965-69); Andy McGaffigan - Baseball (1977-78); Rocco Mediate - Men’s Golf (1983-84); Jay Smith - Baseball (1971-73); Dori Stankewitz - Softball (1985-88); Dr. Hal Wissel - Men’s Basketball Coach (1977-82); Jimmie Sikes - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2004 - Norm Benn - Women’s Basketball Coach (198597); Rodney Butcher - Men’s Golf (1989-92); Katy Cortelyou - Softball (1992-95); Terry Gilmore - Baseball (1984-87); Kris Kearney - Men’s Basketball (1985-89); Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball (1995-98); Tom Patri - Men’s Golf (1980-81); Becky Thyhsen - Volleyball (198991); Clarence “Blade” Kelley - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2005 - Bob Bowman - Men’s Basketball (1963-67); Jim Bush - Men’s Soccer Coach (1957-80), Men’s Tennis Coach (1959-85); Women’s Tennis Coach (1979-80); Missey Crain - Volleyball (1988-90); Shelly Davis - Softball (1993-96); John Edwards - Men’s Basketball (1973-76); Tom Gleeton - Men’s Golf (1977-79); Shanna Nagy - Women’s Golf (1996-99); Basil “Rocky” Pegg - Men’s Basketball (1949-51); Marcus “Joker” Marchant - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2006 - Cris Allen - Baseball (1986-89); Frank Cacciatore - Baseball (1974-75); Lisa Cave - Women’s Golf (1997-2000); A.L. “Buck” Dawson - Cross Country Coach (1995-2006); Alan Grossman - Men’s Soccer (1971-74); Sandy Hudson - Volleyball (1981-82); Dr. Ed Jeffries - Women’s Tennis Coach (1981-99); Jeff Klauk - Men’s Golf (1997-2000); Frank Szabo - Administrator; James Vida - Baseball (1994-95) CLASS OF 2007 - Allison Avey - Women’s Tennis (1982-85); Robbie Davis - Women’s Golf Coach (1997-present); Doug Gordin - Men’s Golf Coach (1996-present); Simon Harper - Men’s Basketball (1971-72); Wayne Koehler - Sports Information Director (1983-95, 1999-2002); B.J. Leach - Baseball (1998-99); Mohammed Sabie - Men’s Soccer (1954); Traci Wood - Softball (1992-96); Jack Slayton - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2008 - Alberto Bonfil (Men’s Tennis, 1997-00); Kelly Charron (Women’s Basketball, 1992-95); Julianne Coleman (Softball, 1996-99); Frank DeSavino (Men’s Basketball/Baseball, 1953-56); Jana Peterkova (Women’s Golf, 2001-02); Wayne Raath (Men’s Golf, 199700); Steve Sokol (Men’s Golf, 2001-02); Brett Tomko (Baseball, 1995) George Hudson (Honorary) CLASS OF 2009 - Lisa Ball (Women’s Golf, 2000-02); Kim Crawford (Volleyball, 1993-94); Bob Gendron (Baseball, 1981-82); Wanda Graham (Softball, 1990-93); Joe Sickles (Baseball, 1981-83); Jill Stephens (Volleyball, 1991-94); Chrissy Teresi (Softball, 1991-92); Stacey Ungashick (Women’s Basketball, 1990-93); Jack Varasse (Honorary)

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The Class of 2010 The ninth class of the Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame was enshrined March 20, 2010. Pictured are - Front (L-R): Mrs. Brian Bain (accepting on behalf her late husband), Dana Cozine, Beth Greig. Standing (L-R): Steve Paramore, Darron Stiles, Marco Dawson, Duane Hopkins, John Mack.

CLASS OF 2010

Brian Bain (Men’s Soccer, 1966-69) Dana Cozine (Volleyball, 1983-84) Marco Dawson (Men’s Golf, 1982-85) Beth Greig (Softball, 1986-87) Duane Hopkins (Faculty Athl. Rep., 1999-2007) Steve Paramore (Men’s Golf, 2000-03) Darron Stiles (Men’s Golf, 1992-95) John Mack (Honorary)


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Florida Southern College Athletic Scholarships Florida Southern College is proud to be able to provide distinct scholarships for most of its varsity sports. Established by gifts from many generous donors, these named scholarships were created to recognize and honor an individual or were created as memorials. All of them reflect a donor’s love of sports, a desire to assist exceptional studentathletes, and a commitment to higher education. Florida Southern’s Athletic Department is extremely grateful for the support from these outstanding individuals. If you are interested in contributing to a current scholarship or establishing a new one, please call Florida Southern Athletic Director Pete Meyer at 863-680-4264. BASEBALL • Jim & Phyllis Adams Scholarship • Chuck Anderson Scholarship • Fernando Arguelles Family Scholarship • John Cedarburg Scholarship • John & Rebecca Rodda Scholarship • Hal Smeltzly Scholarship MEN’S BASKETBALL • The Blade and The Blu Scholarship • Scott Kelly Scholarship • John P. & William P. Buckley Scholarship

WOMEN’S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Taylor Greene Memorial Scholarship SOFTBALL • Chris Bellotto Scholarship • Stanley Gaines Scholarship • Mary Meloy Scholarship MEN’S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • Dick Goding Scholarship

WOMEN’S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

MEN’S & WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN’S TENNIS • David & Carol Walters Scholarship • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN’S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Conner Janzen Scholarship • George Jenkins Scholarship • James “Jimmie” Sikes Scholarship • Leon “Pop” Sikes, Sr. Scholarship • Hal Sherron Fund WOMEN’S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Nell W. Phelps Scholarship MEN’S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Dick Wells Fund

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WOMEN’S TENNIS • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship VOLLEYBALL • Ruby Adams - Ellene Szabo Scholarship • Dorothy Cofrin Scholarship • Herman & Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Stephens Family Scholarship • Irene Wagner Scholarship • Lois Webb Scholarship GENERAL • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family Scholarship


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FSC’s FINISHES IN NACDA CUP SEASON 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

PLACE 13th 27th 5th 4th 4th 30th 24th 40th 26th 13th 15th 10th 39th 36th 23rd

PTS 328.0 283.5 320.0 320.0 473.0 310.0 344.0 310.5 385.5 445.5 404.0 554.0 351.5 375.5 450.0

FSC PLACES SECOND IN BOTH RACES IN 2009-10 SSC Mayor’s Cup

Florida Southern finished in second place in both the men’s and women’s divisions for the Sunshine State Conference Mayor’s Cup for all-sports competition for the 20090-10 academic year. The award is sponsored by the mayors of the nine communities in which SSC schools are located. The Mayor’s Cup recognizes competition in six sports for men: baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer and tennis and eight sports for women: basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball. Points in each sport are awarded by the number of schools sponsoring teams in the respective sports. The 2009-10 academic year marked the 24th year of the Mayor’s Cup competition. FSC has won the men’s division 11 times and also won the women’s division 10 times. Season 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

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FSC MEN Place 2nd 1st 1st 5th 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 6th 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st T-1st 2nd

FSC WOMEN Place 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 5th 4th 2nd 1st 4th 1st 3rd 2nd 2nd

DIRECTIONS TO FSC From Orlando Take I-4 West to exit 33. Turn left off exit and turn right at second stoplight. Continue to major intersection at Memorial Blvd and turn left. Go 1/2 mile to Ingraham Avenue and turn right. Go to McDonald and turn right. Parking lot is on the left, just past Barnett Field. From Orlando Airport Take 417 South (toll road) to I-4 West and follow directions above. From Tampa/St. Petersburg/Fort Myers Follow I-4 East to Exit 27 (570E, Polk Parkway exit). Go approximately 6.1 miles to Exit 7 (South Florida Avenue - toll: 50 cents). Turn left onto 37N (South Florida Avenue) and go to McDonald Street. Turn right on McDonald and turn go seven blocks to the campus. Park in the second parking lot on the right (Barnett Field). From Palm Beach/Fort Lauderdale Take Florida Turnpike north to Yeehaw Junction (Hwy 60). Take Hwy 60 to 98 North to Lakeland. Watch for Grove Park Shopping Plaza and turn left at Crystal Lake and go to Lake Hollingsworth Drive. Turn right and go to Ingraham and turn right. Go to stop sign (McDonald) and turn left. Parking lot will be on the left, just past Barnett Field.

MAJORS AND FIELDS OF STUDY Florida Southern College offers a bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degree and also offers master’s degrees in business administration, education and nursing. For more information, call the FSC admissions office at (863) 680-4131 or 1-800-274-4131. The following is a list of undergraduate majors offered at Florida Southern: Accounting Art Education Art & Art History • Graphic Design • History • Studio Art Athletic Training Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biology Business Administration Chemistry Citrus Communication: • Advertising and Public Relations • Broadcast, Print and Online Media • Interpersonal Communication

Computer Science Computer Science / Mathematics Criminology Economics Elementary Education English Environmental Studies History Human Movement and Performance Humanities Landscape Horticulture Mathematics Music • Education • Management • Performance Nursing Philosophy

Physical Education Political Science Psychology Recreational Turf Management Religion Self-Designed Major: Venture Into the Adventure Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts • Theatre Arts • Theatre Performance • Technical Theatre / Design


FLORIDA SOUTHERN 2010 “MOCCASINS” Front (L-R): Head coach Jill Stephens, Chelsea Wellinghurst, Anne Pietkiewicz, Morgan Kosterlitz, Ali Skayhan, assistant coach Brian Imperiale. Middle (L-R): Athletic trainer Kelly Cox, Katie Wilkerson, Elena Sorich, Diana Castrillon, Lauren Huber, Erin Callahan, Kendall Wilde, Anna Niebuhr, student athletic trainer Megan Crouch. Back (L-R): Natalie Arvizu, Ashley Martin, Kelly Sherman, Stephanie Goldstein.

2010 FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE “Moccasins” O N 7 4 21 11 17 22 24 5 23 15 16 9 8 12 1

NAME Natalie Arvizu Erin Callahan Diana Castrillon Stephanie Goldstein Lauren Huber Morgan Kosterlitz Ashley Martin Anna Niebuhr Anne Pietkiewicz Kelly Sherman Ali Skayhan Elena Sorich Chelsea Wellinghurst Kendall Wilde Katie Wilkerson

POS HGT CL HOMETOWN (Previous School) OH 5-10 Sr. Tijerus, N.M./Manzano HS MH 5-9 Jr. Alpharetta, Ga./Univ. of Central Florida OH 5-9 Jr. Segovia, Colombia/Seward Co. CC (Kan.) DS 5-7 Sr. Sugar Land, Texas/Clements HS MH 5-9 Jr. Charlotte, N.C./Winthrop Univ. MH 6-1 So. Dunedin, Fla./Palm Harbor Univ. HS RS 6-1 Sr. St. Petersburg, Fla./Winthrop Univ. L 5-8 Jr. Manitou Springs, Colo./Manitou Springs HS OH 5-10 So. Winter Park, Fla./Orangewood Christian HS MH/RS 6-0 Sr. Pompano Beach, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons HS/Xavier Univ. S 6-0 Fr. Beaverton, Ore./Central Catholic HS OH/DS 5-9 Jr. Orlando, Fla./Bishop Moore HS L/DS 5-5 Fr. Louisville, Ky./Ballard HS S 5-9 Jr. Peachtree City, Ga./McIntosh HS OH 5-8 Jr. Corona, Calif./Irvine Valley CC (Calif.) Head Coach: Jill Stephens (Florida Southern ‘95) Assistant Coach: Brian Imperiale (Florida State ‘02) Kelly Cox (Athletic Trainer)


Ashley Martin

ANNE PIETKIEWICZ

2007 All-America 2nd team 2006 All-America 2nd Team

2009 Sunshine State Conference All-Freshman Team

FLORIDA SOUTHERN 2010 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE DAY DATE OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

FSC HOLIDAY INN SOUTH CLASSIC Thu. Sept. 2

Angelo State University

Lakeland

Fri.

Sept. 3

Southwest Baptist University

Lakeland

Sat.

Sept. 4

University of Montevallo

Lakeland

Sat.

Sept. 4

Missouri Science & Tech.

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

DAY DATE OPPONENT

SITE

Fri. Oct. 8

Eckerd College *

St. Petersburg 7:00 p.m.

Tues. Oct. 12

Flagler College

St. Augustine

7:00 p.m.

TIME 7:00 p.m.

FSC REGIONAL CROSSOVER TOURNAMENT

1:00 p.m.

Thu. Oct. 14

University of North Alabama

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.

Fri. Oct. 15

University of West Alabama

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 16

University of West Florida

Lakeland

3:30 p.m.

ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC STATE TOURNAMENT Fri. sept. 10 University of West Georgia

Savannah, GA 2:30 p.m.

Wed. Oct. 20

Florida Tech *

Melbourne

7:00 p.m.

Fri.

Sept. 10 University of North Alabama

Savannah, GA 7:00 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 23

Lynn University *

Boca Raton

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

Sept. 11 Augusta State University

Savannah, GA 10:00 a.m.

Fri. Oct. 29

Saint Leo University *

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

Sept. 11 Armstrong Atlantic State Univ.

Savannah, GA 4:30 p.m.

Sat. Oct. 30

University of Tampa *

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

Wed. Sept. 15 Florida Tech *

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

Fri.

Nov. 5

Nova Southeastern University *

Ft. Lauderdale 7:00 p.m.

Sat.

Lakeland

4:00 p.m.

Sat.

Nov. 6

Barry University *

Miami Shores 4:00 p.m.

Wed. Sept. 22 University of Tampa *

Tampa

7:00 p.m.

Tues. Nov. 9

Rollins College *

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

Sat. Sept. 25 Saint Leo University *

Saint Leo

4:00 p.m.

Sat.

Eckerd College *

Lakeland

4:00 p.m.

Mon. Sept. 27 University of West Florida

Pensacola

2:00 p.m.

Thu.-Sun., Nov. 18-21 - NCAA Regional - TBA

Fri. Oct. 1

Barry University *

Lakeland

7:00 p.m.

Thu.-Sun., Dec. 2-5 - NCAA Div. II Championship - TBA

Sat. Oct. 2

Nova Southeastern University *

Lakeland

4:00 p.m.

*Sunshine State Conference Match

Tues. Oct. 5

Rollins College *

Winter Park

7:00 p.m.

HOME MATCHES IN RED

Sept. 18 Lynn University *

Nov. 13


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