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2009 VOLLEYBALL MEDIA GUIDE


Table of Contents Middle Tennessee Quick Facts

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Name ...................................................... Middle Tennessee State University Location.............................................................................. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded ........................................................................................................... 1911 Enrollment ................................................................................................... 23,872 Nickname .......................................................................................... Blue Raiders Mascot . ................................................................................................... Lightning Colors . .............................................................................. Royal Blue and White President ......................................................................... Dr. Sidney A. McPhee Athletic Director .......................................................................... Chris Massaro Associate Athletic Director/SWA ........................................ Diane Turnham Athletics Phone . ........................................................................... 615.898.2450 Faculty Representative ........................................................... Terry Whiteside Affiliation . ............................................................................................... Division I Time Zone ................................................................................................... Central Conference ............................................................................................... Sun Belt Home Facility (Capacity) .......................... Alumni Memorial Gym (2,000)

Quick Facts ............................................................................................................ 1 Media Information .............................................................................................. 2 Roster and Breakdowns ..................................................................................... 3

Middle Tennessee Volleyball Coaching Staff

STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOGRAPHIES ..........................................22-32 Senior Leslie Clark . ....................................................................................... 22 Senior Ashley Mead .................................................................................... 23 Senior Ashley Waugh . ................................................................................. 24 Senior Janay Yancey....................................................................................... 25 Junior Sasha McGlothin . ............................................................................ 26 Junior Izabela Kozon . .................................................................................. 27 Sophomore Lindsay Cheatham................................................................. 28 Sophomore Brynne Henderson................................................................. 29 Redshirt-Sophomore Stacy Oladinni....................................................... 30 Redshirt-Freshman Courtney Wilson/Newcomers.............................. 31 Newcomers....................................................................................................... 32

Head Coach ........................................................................................... Matt Peck Alma Mater, Year . ................................................................. Michigan, 1980 Record at MTSU/Years .................................................. 89-37*/Five Seasons Career Record/Years .................................................... 632-233*/25 Seasons Peck’s Office Phone ..................................................................... 615.898.2230 Associate Head Coach .................................................................. Jeff Motluck Alma Mater, Year . ................................................... Southern Illinois, 1986 Assistant Coach . ............................................................. Amy Hendrichovsky Alma Mater, Year . ..................................................... North Alabama, 2001 Volunteer Assistant Coach ..................................................... Tyrone Jenkins Alma Mater, Year . ............................................................... Graceland, 1992 * actual record at MTSU 134-37; actual career record 677-233 includes wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions

History of the Program First Year..............................................................................................................1977 All-Time Record ......................................................................... 400-500* (.431) Number of NCAA Appearances ..................................................................... 4 NCAA Record (Years) ..................................... 5-4 (1995, 2006, 2007, 2008) * actual record 456-500 includes wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions

2008 in Review/2009 Preview Overall Record ................................................................................................ 27-8 Sun Belt Record/Finish ................................................................ 14-3/Second 2008 Postseason (Sun Belt Tournament) ................................................. 1-1 NCAA Tournament.............................................................................................1-1 Final AVCA Ranking .......................................................................................... NR Starters Returning/Lost . ............................................................... 5+ Libero/1 Newcomers ............................................................................................................ 7

Middle Tennessee Athletic Communications Staff Assistant AD/Director of Athletic Communications ........ Mark Owens Assistant Director ......................................................................... Tony Stinnett Assistant Director ......................................................................... Travis Woods Assistant Director/Volleyball Contact ........................ Jessica Stauffacher Office Phone .............................................................................. 615.904.8115 Cell Phone . ................................................................................. 615.631.9523 E-mail . ..................................................... stauffacher@goblueraiders.com Athletic Communications Fax Number ................................ 615.898.5626 Athletic Communications Mailing Address ..................................... Box 20 Murfreesboro, TN 37132 Official Athletics Web Site ................................. www.GoBlueRaiders.com

UNIVERSITY SECTION ............................................................... 4-16 Season Preview ....................................................................... 17-18 Radio/TV Roster . ........................................................................................... 17 2009 Outlook . ................................................................................................ 18 COACHING STAFF/SUPPORT STAFF ....................................... 19-20 Head Coach Matt Peck ................................................................................ 19 Associate Head Coach Jeff Motluck ....................................................... 20 Assistant Coach Amy Hendrichovsky .................................................... 20 Volunteer Assistant Coach Tyrone Jenkins .......................................... 21 Support Staff .................................................................................................. 21

SUN BELT CONFERENCE ............................................................... 33 2009 OPPONENTS ....................................................................34-37 2008 STATISTICS AND RESULTS ............................................. 38-40 HISTORY AND RECORDS ..........................................................41-52 Individual Honors/Career Clubs .............................................................. 41 NCAA Appearances..................................................................................42-43 Career Records/Coaching Records ......................................................... 44 Season Records/Single Match Records . ............................................... 45 Team Records/Team Match Records ...................................................... 46 Year-by-Year Leaders . .................................................................................. 47 Year-by-Year Results/Year-by-Year Statistics . ................................ 48-51 Letterwinners ................................................................................................. 52

CREDITS - The 2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball Media Guide is a production of the MTSU Athletic Communications Office. It was written and edited by Assistant Athletic Communications Director Jessica Stauffacher. Editorial assistance was provided by Mark Owens. Layout and design by Jessica Stauffacher assisted by Bradley Lambert. Photography by Bradley Lambert and MTSU Photographic Services unless otherwise noted. Special thanks to Thomas Campbell of Purdue for photos. Photos in the Nashville section provided by the Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators. Cover was designed by David Lowry of DGL Graphix. Guide printed by Interstate Printing. MISSION STATEMENT - The MTSU Athletic Program promotes excellence in athletics and athletic opportunities for every student-athlete, the University, and the community. Building on tradition, the program advances the University’s regional and national stature and creates opportunities for innovative partnerships throughout the region. Middle Tennessee State University continually works to maximize human, financial, and physical resources to create and heighten the quality of its sports programs. MTSU, a Tennessee Board of Regents university, is an equal opportunity, nonracially identifiable, educational institution that does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities. SP001-0809



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Media Information Middle Tennessee Athletic Communications Staff

Mark Owens

Asst. A.D./ Ath. Communications Football

Tony Stinnett

Assistant Director Men’s Basketball, M/W Golf

Travis Woods

Jessica Stauffacher Assistant Director Volleyball, Baseball, M Tennis

Mailing Address Athletic Communications Middle Tennessee MTSU Box 20 1301 E. Main Street Murfreesboro, TN 37132 Overnight Mailing Address Athletic Communications Middle Tennessee 1500 Greenland Drive Murfreesboro, TN 37132 Key Phone Numbers Athletic Communications Phone: 615.898.2968 Athletic Communications Fax: 615.898.5626 Press Box Phone: 615.898.2117 Ticket Office Phone: 615.898.2103 Athletic Department Phone: 615.898.2450

Assistant Director Women’s Basketball, Soccer, W Tennis

Christian Lemon Graduate Assistant Cross Country/Track and Field, Softball

Bradley Lambert

Debbie Bartlett

Director of Internet Services

Secretary

NOTE TO THE MEDIA The Middle Tennessee Athletic Communications staff appreciates your interest in Blue Raider Volleyball and would like to welcome you to Alumni Memorial Gym. Please let us know if we can facilitate your coverage in any way. For additional information, interviews, statistics, historical data, and photographs, please contact Jessica Stauffacher at 615.904.8115. INTERVIEWS Media wanting to interview players need to make arrangements through the Middle Tennessee Athletic Communications Office, preferably 24 hours in advance. Please contact Jessica Stauffacher at 615.904.8115. The best time to interview players is generally following practice. Interviews with head coach Matt Peck or other coaches must also be arranged through the Athletic Communications Office.

GAME SERVICES Pre-game information such as game notes, statistics, rosters, media guides, and programs are available one hour prior to match time. After the second game and after the match, box scores and play-by-play packets will be available. POST-MATCH INTERVIEWS Head coach Matt Peck and selected players will be available to the media following a 10minute cooling-off period at the end of the match. The Middle Tennessee dressing room and training room are closed to the media. Interviews with visiting players and coaches should be requested through the opponent’s SID. The post-match press conference should last no longer than 15 minutes. PARKING There is no designated media parking for Middle Tennessee volleyball matches.

Media Outlets Print

Daily News Journal 224 N Walnut Street Murfreesboro 37130 615.893.5860 • Monte Hale Jr. (sports editor), Greg Pogue, Jared Hastings, Adam Sparks Murfreesboro Post 630 Broadmor, Ste. 120 Murfreesboro 37129 615.869.0800 Sidelines 5111, Box 8, COMM 269 Murfreesboro 37132 615.898.2816 The Tennessean 1100 Broadway Nashville 37203 615.259.8000

Television

ABC 2 (WKRN) 441 Murfreesboro Road Nashville 37210 615.259.2200 • Dawn Davenport, Joe Dubin, Cory Curtis

NBC 4 (WSMV) 5700 Knob Road Nashville 37209 615.353.4444 • Rudy Kalis CBS 5 (WTVF) 474 James Robertson Parkway Nashville 37219 615.244.5000 • Hope Hines, Eric Yutzy

WGFX-FM 104.5 506 Second Avenue South Nashville 37210 615.737.1045 WNSR-AM 560 435 37th Avenue North Nashville 37209 615.844.6500 WLAC-AM 1510 55 Music Square West Nashville 37203 615.737.9522

Fox 17 (WZTV) 631 Mainstream Drive Nashville 37228 615.369.1717 WMOT-FM 89.5 • Paul Jones (sports director), Dave Foster, Dan MTSU Box 3 Phillips Murfreesboro 37132 615.898.2800 MTTV 10 1301 East Main Street WMTS-FM 88.3 Murfreesboro 37132 MTSU Box 58 615.898.5050 Murfreesboro 37132 615.898.2636

Radio

WGNS-AM 1450 306 South Church Street Murfreesboro 37130 615.893.5373

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Roster NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 14 15 16 19 20 22 23

Name Lindsay Cheatham Ashley Waugh Ashley Adams-Williams Brandi Waller Alyssa Wistrick Stacy Oladinni Courtney Wilson Brynne Henderson Izabela Kozon Jasmine Tipton Leslie Clark Morgan Peterson Janay Yancey Stephanie Daniels Sasha McGlothin Halie Vannoy Ashley Mead

Pos. MB/Opp L OH MB OH/MB Opp S L OH OH S S MB MB MB DS OH

Ht. 6-2 5-6 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-4 6-0 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-2 5-8 5-9

Yr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So.* Fr.* So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr.* Fr. Sr.

Hometown (Last School) Deerfield Beach, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons HS) Indianapolis, Ind. (Roncalli HS) San Luis Obispo, Calif. (San Luis Obispo HS) New Albany, Ind. (New Albany HS) Longview, Wash. (College of Southern Idaho) La Vergne, Tenn. (La Vernge HS) Auburndale, Fla. (Kathleen HS) Cincinnati, Ohio (Ursuline Academy) Warsaw, Poland (XXIV LO im Cypriana Kamila Norwida) Antioch, Tenn. (Antioch HS) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe South HS) Seymour, Tenn. (Seymour HS) Columbia, Tenn. (N.C. State) Nashville, Tenn. (Hunters Lane HS) Abilene, Texas (Abilene HS) Morristown, Tenn. (Morristown East HS) Newnan, Ga. (Landmark Christian HS)

Major Undecided Biology Mass Communications Undecided Liberal Studies Biology Undecided Marketing Psychology Undecided Interdisciplinary Studies Undecided Liberal Studies Health Education Liberal Studies Finance Science (Pre-med)

* indicates student-athlete used her redshirt season Head Coach: Matt Peck (Michigan, 1980) Sixth Season Associate Head Coach: Jeff Motluck (Southern Illinois, 1986) Sixth Season Assistant Coach: Amy Hendrichovsky (North Alabama, 2001) Fourth Season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Tyrone Jenkins (Graceland, 1992) Fifth Season Athletic Trainer: Darcy Beck (West Virginia, 2008) Second Season Strength and Conditioning Coach: Katie Abundiz (Appalachian State, 2005) Third Season Manager: Audrey Ainsworth, First Season Manager: Bethany Woodall, Fourth Season

Alphabetical Roster 3 1 14 19 8 9 20 23 6 15 10 22 4 2 7 5 16

Ashley Adams-Williams............................OH Lindsay Cheatham............................OPP/MB Leslie Clark .......................................................S Stephanie Daniels.......................................MB Brynne Henderson.........................................L Izabela Kozon...............................................OH Sasha McGlothin.........................................MB Ashley Mead.................................................OH Stacy Oladinni........................................... Opp Morgan Peterson............................................S Jasmine Tipton.............................................OH Halie Vannoy..................................................DS Brandi Waller................................................MB Ashley Waugh...........................................DS/L Courtney Wilson..............................................S Alyssa Wistrick......................................MB/OH Janay Yancey.................................................MB

Pronunciation Guide Amy Hendrichovsky .......... Hen-drick-off-skee Izabela Kozon . .................. Ees-uh-bella Co-zon Sasha McGlothin ........................... Mc-Gloth-inn Stacy Oladinni ........................... Ole-ah-dean-ee Halie Vannoy............................... Hay-ley Van-oy Ashley Waugh ................................................... Waa Brandi Waller . ........................................... WaLL-er Alyssa Wistrick ........................................ Wiz-trick Janay Yancey............................................... jah-NAY



Blue Raiders By Class

Blue Raiders By Position

SENIORS - Class of 2010 (4) 14 Leslie Clark ...................................................... S 23 Ashley Mead ............................................... OH 2 Ashley Waugh ......................................... DS/L 16 Janay Yancey.................................................MB

MIDDLE BLOCKERS (6) 1 Lindsay Cheatham......................................6-3 19 Stephanie Daniels.................................... 5-10 20 Sasha McGlothin ....................................... 6-2 16 Janay Yancey.............................................. 5-11 4 Brandi Waller................................................6-0 5 Alyssa Wistrick..............................................6-0

JUNIORS - Class of 2011 (3) 9 Izabela Kozon . ........................................... OH 20 Sasha McGlothin ....................................... MB 5 Alyssa Wistrick......................................MB/OH SOPHOMORES - Class of 2012 (3) 1 Lindsay Cheatham............................OPP/MB 8 Brynne Henderson.........................................L 6 Stacy Oladinni . ....................................... Opp FRESHMEN - Class of 2013 (7) 3 Ashley Adams-Williams............................OH 19 Stephanie Daniels .....................................MB 15 Morgan Peterson ...........................................S 10 Jasmine Tipton.............................................OH 22 Halie Vannoy . ...............................................DS 4 Brandi Waller................................................MB 7 Courtney Wilson..............................................S

OUTSIDE HITTERS (5) 3 Ashley Adams-Williams............................6-2 9 Izabela Kozon . ........................................... 6-0 23 Ashley Mead ............................................... 5-9 10 Jasmine Tipton.............................................5-7 5 Alyssa Wistrick..............................................6-0 Opposite (2) 1 Lindsay Cheatham......................................6-2 6 Stacy Oladinni . .......................................... 6-0 SETTERS (3) 14 Leslie Clark .................................................. 6-0 15 Morgan Peterson........................................6-0 7 Courtney Wilson....................................... 5-11 DEFENSIVE SPECIALISTS/LIBEROS (3) 8 Brynne Henderson.....................................5-4 22 Halie Vannoy.................................................5-9 2 Ashley Waugh ............................................ 5-6

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball


We are Tennessee’s Best ■ MTSU is a destination school and the No.1 choice of undergraduates in the state of Tennessee. ■ One of the finest teacher preparation institutions in the southeast, MTSU produces 26 percent of the certified teachers in Tennessee–by far the most of any state university. ■The Center for Popular Music is a nationally recognized repository with one of the largest sheet music collections in the country. It was listed as one of the top 100 places to visit in Tennessee in the 20th century by the Tennessean. ■ Students enjoy numerous extracurricular activities through more than 190 student organizations including honor societies, service clubs, and an active Greek system of fraternities and sororities. ■ The Honors College, with its prestigious Buchanan Fellowships–the highest academic scholarship awarded at MTSU–offers talented students the atmosphere of a small, select college nestled within a major university. ■ Doctoral programs in English, Economics, Human Performance and Public History have been called the “highest quality”, and the programs in Economics and Public History are unique in Tennessee. ■ National recognized programs in aerospace, recording industry, and concrete industry management attract students from around the globe.

Three Nobel Prize winners have been associated with MTSU: alumnus Dr. James Buchanan (‘40) and faculty members Dr. Muhammad Yunus and former Vice President Al Gore.


Academic

Enhancement

■ Wynnifred Counts

■ Debbie Carroll

■ Angel Nathan

The Student-Athlete Enhancement Center (SAES) at MTSU houses the academic support system and the Blue Raider Athlete Skills for Success (B.R.A.S.S.) Life Skills Program for all 17 Division I-A sports. The center is housed at Johnny “Red” Floyd Football Stadium on Raider Drive. The facility opened its doors on January 4, 1999, to the delight of student-athletes, coaches and administrators. Blue Raider student-athletes can take advantage of the library-like atmosphere as they report for their required study hall hours under the watchful eyes of director Jim Rost; assistant director and coordinator of B.R.A.S.S. Wynnifred Counts, and assistants Debbie Carroll and Angel Nathan. Rost, in his third year at the helm, made his way to MTSU after four years as associate director/academic advisor for football at LSU. The center consists of administrative offices, fully equipped individual and group tutoring rooms, a computer center, and spacious study carrels equipped with task lighting. Services provided by the center include help with registration and preregistration, help with study skills, and updates on NCAA legislation. The center uses an innovative objective study table program, which includes daily mentoring and constant tutoring. Tutors in various subjects are scheduled in the tutoring rooms throughout all hours of operation, and all tutoring takes place at the center. The SAEC staff is responsible for daily monitoring of the student-athletes’ progress, providing daily reports to coaches and meeting with the entire coaching staff weekly. The mission of the center is to help student-athletes take skills learned on the field and turn them into positive preparation for life after college. The center is also committed to meeting the changing needs of student-athletes. It continues to promote partnerships between the University, the NCAA, and the Murfreesboro community to help achieve its goals. In addition to providing the academic support needed to be successful in the classroom, the center is committed to meeting the needs of student-athletes in life skills development through the very popular B.R.A.S.S. program. As B.R.A.S.S. coordinator, Counts is dedicated to helping prepare student-athletes for life after college. Blue Raiders volunteer, when possible, to help teachers and students at elementary and middle schools throughout Rutherford County during the academic year. In 2006, the Athletic Department began a mentoring program with the city schools in which student-athletes and coaches help tutor kids. In the spring of each year, Special Olympics at Middle Tennessee uses Blue Raider student-athletes to run each event. Career night and substance and alcohol abuse seminars are yearly, well-attended events. The Student-Athlete Enhancement Center is just one way that Middle Tennessee is helping to prepare student-athletes for life after college.

Middle Tennessee has inducted 70 student-athletes into the Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society after just five years of being eligible. Chi Alpha Sigma is a nonprofit organization established to recognize college students who earn a varsity letter in at least one sport while maintaining a 3.4 or higher cumulative GPA throughout their junior and senior years. The goal of the organization is to recognize outstanding academic achievement by intercollegiate athletes.

2008-09 Academic Review ■ 159 of 290 (55%) of all studentathletes had a grade point average of 3.0 or higher during the spring semester.

■ 72 student-athletes made the

Dean’s List in the spring by earning a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and 17 attained a perfect 4.0.

■8 of 17 teams had a 2009 spring semester GPA of 3.0 or higher.

■ In the spring, the student-athletes had a 2.95 GPA.


In the

Community The Blue Raider volleyball team is involved in numerous community activities during the course of the academic year. The athletes participate in the Reading Raiders program, work with the Special Olympics, attend Career Day at various schools, help make up the B.R.A.S.S. program, work with the Boys and Girls Club of Rutherford County. The Reading Raiders began in 1993 and is designed to allow Middle Tennessee athletes the opportunity to give back to the community by getting involved in the lives of children. Within this program, Middle Tennessee athletes serve as role models and motivators, promoting the importance of reading and proper study skills to students in the Murfreesboro City Extended Schools Program. The B.R.A.S.S. program is another vehicle that encourages student-athletes to become involved in service activities. Through the program, Middle Tennessee hosts the Special Olympics each April. The athletes also visit area schools during the course of the year and read to the students. They also visit the Veterans Hospital each month to visit with patients and exercise with them. The Reading Raiders and B.R.A.S.S. programs are directed by Wynnifred Counts. In the months of June and July 2007, studentathletes teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to build a house for a family in Murfreesboro. They worked three-hour shifts to put the house together in different stages. In April 2006, a group of 60 student-athletes made up of mostly football and volleyball players traveled to Gallatin, Tenn., to volunteer their time to assist in cleanup efforts following a devastating tornado on April 7. The group worked for nearly three hours picking up debris and trying to salvage what was left near a farmhouse in Gallatin.

Blue Raiders team with city for mentoring program Middle Tennessee’s Athletic Department entered into a partnership agreement with Murfreesboro City Schools in May 2006 to provide each school with athletic teams to mentor, coach, and tutor students in assigned schools during the school year. The partnership is a continuation of the relationship formed by the City School Board and Middle Tennessee President Sidney McPhee. One of the basic goals for the partnership will be to provide creative mentoring for the student-athlete and the Murfreesboro City School student.


Blue Raider

Sports Medicine

■ Drew Shea

■ Alison Ness

■ Robbie Stewart

■ Darcy Beck

Health care is one of the most important aspects of a student-athlete’s life, and no university is more committed to keeping athletes healthy than Middle Tennessee. The Sports Medicine facility provides MTSU student-athletes with one of the finest athletic training facilities in the nation. Head Athletic Trainer Drew Shea and the Sports Medicine staff have set liberal hours to make sure each student-athlete has his or her needs met. The Sports Medicine facility opens at 6 a.m. each morning and doesn’t close until all student-athletes have been treated. The Sports Medicine facility contains a complete injury rehabilitation center, new rehab equipment, two full-size whirlpools, a dressing area for athletes, and a private office for the team physicians. In the summer of 2008, the facility added new Mondo Ramflex flooring which will provide a safe and healthy environment for the student-athletes. There is no waiting in the Sports Medicine facility since there are nine taping stations, multiple state-of-the-art modalities, and a new rehabilitation area. All of the equipment in the facility is top of the line. Athletes can use a full-stride treadmill, a stairmaster, and an exercise bike during their rehabilitation. One of the most recent additions to the equipment is a $15,000 K-Laser which helps speed up the healing process, enabling student-athletes to return to competition at a faster rate. The latest piece of equipment that aids the Sports Medicine staff is a new state-of-the-art computer system that tracks injuries, rehab protocols, medications, and surgeries. The new computer system allows each athletic trainer to keep student-athlete rehabilitation programs moving forward at as rapid a pace as possible. The facility also contains a fully stocked physician’s examination room for the resolution of any minor issues that a student-athlete have, which saves time for both student-athletes and staff. There is also a C-Arm portable X-Ray machine on site. Shea and his assistants each have an office in the Sports Medicine facility, and there is work space for the nine graduate assistants. Each office is self-contained, allowing private consultations with injured student-athletes.


Strength &

Conditioning

■ Matt Riley

■ Katie Abundiz

■ Russell Patterson

■ Jason Spray

One of the biggest changes in college athletics over the past few years has been the attitude toward strength and conditioning. Performing in the weight room has become just as important as on-the-field competition, and Middle Tennessee has one of the very best staffs in the nation committed to making student-athletes the best they can be. It all happens in the Blue Raiders’ 10,000-plus square foot weight room facility located adjacent to the north end zone of Floyd Stadium and designed for use by all Middle Tennessee student-athletes. It is a strength training area that rivals any in the country. The weight room has been described by many people as better than any in the immediate area, including those at SEC and Conference USA schools. The facility, which opened in January of 1999, greets student-athletes with over 20,000 pounds of plates and dumbbells, but the sheer volume of weights is not the most impressive aspect of the room. It is equipped with nine full power racks, nine elevated platforms, and nine half-racks. Hammer strength equipment rounds out the room with five ground-base jammers, a dead lift, a leg press, a leg curl, and a leg extension. Other Hammer strength equipment in the facility includes a bench press, a military press, a rowing machine, neck machine, pull-up, and pull-over. An impressive array of dumbbells is also provided for the student-athletes’ use. Two sets each of dumbbells ranging from five to 150 pounds are kept on racks around the room. Mirrors ring the walls of the room to help student-athletes ensure that they are using proper form throughout their workouts. Cardiovascular equipment such as treadmills and stationary bikes are also available. Other state-of-the-art amenities may also be found in the weight room. A television with cable and a state-of-the-art sound system has been installed for the enjoyment of the student-athletes. Three offices for the strength coaches are located in the facility, along with restrooms and a hospitality area. The weight room also provides direct access to the football stadium, gameday room, and individual meeting rooms and is in close proximity to the Blue Raider Practice Complex. The gameday room is used not only by the Blue Raider football team on game days and for film breakdown but also for press conferences, classes, and other functions. The meeting room is fully equipped with high-tech audio/visual equipment to enhance learning.


University Administration President • 9th year • Prairie View, 1976 Dr. Sidney A. McPhee is the tenth president of Middle Tennessee State University. Prior to his appointment at MTSU in 2001, he was executive vice chancellor at the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) in Nashville. In addition, he served as chief academic officer and interim chancellor for the Board of Regents system. Before his appointment at TBR, McPhee served in various administrative capacities at several major universities including Oklahoma State University, University of Louisville, and University of Memphis. In May 2007, President McPhee received the title of Honorary Professor at China Agricultural University in Beijing. The Honorary Professor title is the highest academic award given at the institution. McPhee was named Outstanding American University President of 2002 by the American Football Foundation. In 2003, he was listed by Nashville Post business magazine as one of Tennessee’s 100 Most Powerful Individuals, and in 2004, he was ranked by Tennessee Business magazine as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful African Americans in the State of Tennessee. In 2006, Dr. McPhee was listed by the Chronicle of Higher Education as one of seven university presidents in the U.S. who is shaping intercollegiate athletics on a national scale. Most recently, in the Spring of 2009, President McPhee was the keynote speaker for Prairie View A&M Founder’s Day celebrations, and in June of this year Dr. McPhee was an invited participant at the International Agricultural University Presidential Forum held in Beijing and sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. McPhee earned his bachelor’s degree (with highest honors, summa cum laude) from Prairie View A&M University; a master’s degree from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida; and a doctorate in applied behavioral studies in education from Oklahoma State University. He is also a graduate of the Harvard University Management Development Program and has completed professional development programs at St. Mary’s University of San Antonio, Texas, and Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. As an academician, President McPhee’s scholarly publications and presentations are extensive. His publications have appeared in local, national, and international professional journals. In addition, he is the senior author of a book, Understanding the Campus Culture: An Introduction to College, and has co-authored a chapter for a major college textbook on academic advising. McPhee’s scholarly pursuits include several international visits and presentations in locations such as Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Lanzhou, China; Mekelle, Ethiopia; Penang, Malaysia; Hong Kong; Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia; Tokyo and Osaka, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Israel; Antwerp, Belgium; Montreal, Canada; Oxford, England; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Nassau, Bahamas. McPhee is currently a participating member of NCAA’s Football Academic Working Group and just recently chaired the NCAA Division I Working Group to Review “At-Risk” Student-Athlete issues (ARSA). The ARSA final report was submitted to the NCAA Board of Directors in January. McPhee also served a five-year term on the NCAA Division I Board of Directors, a three-year term on the NCAA Executive Committee, and two terms as president of the Sun Belt Conference athletic league and chairman of the SBC’s CEO Executive

Committee. In May 2005, he was appointed to the NCAA Presidential Commission on the Future of Intercollegiate Athletics. In 2002, President George W. Bush appointed him to the National Council for the Humanities, and the U.S. Senate confirmed him. A past member of the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, McPhee chaired its membership council. He is a member of the Murfreesboro Noon Rotary Club and serves as a member of the SunTrust Bank Board of Directors (Nashville) and SunTrust Regional Bank Advisory Board (Murfreesboro). He also served on the Nashville Adventure Science Center Board, the Middle Tennessee Medical Center Board, and the Middle Tennessee Council for Boy Scouts of America Executive Board and co-chaired the Tennessee Legislative Retreat Task Force on Higher Education. McPhee was recently re-elected to a second three-year term as a commission member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. During McPhee’s tenure at MTSU, the University has experienced considerable growth in many areas. Student enrollment has increased significantly, making MTSU undergraduate enrollment the largest in the state. During the past several years, the University added twelve new degree programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels. In 2002, for the first time in the history of the University, three Ph.D. programs were established: in Economics, English, and Human Performance. A Ph.D. in Public History was instituted shortly thereafter, and in July 2007, a new Ph.D. in Literacy Studies was approved. From 2001 to 2007, the University increased extramural funding from $6 million to approximately $40 million. Since McPhee’s arrival, MTSU has been successful in raising admission standards, resulting in an increase in high-ability students. MTSU has been the institution of choice for midstate valedictorians and salutatorians in recent years and has enrolled a significant number of National Merit scholars and Achievement scholars. McPhee’s presidency has coincided with several major improvements in University facilities. A ten-year, $70 million renovation of all student residential housing is scheduled for completion by 2011, the University’s centennial year. In addition, the University acquired the 500-acre Guy James property to consolidate its highly regarded programs in the School of Agribusiness and Agriscience. This acquisition doubled the size of campus acreage from 500 to 1,000. Over $9 million was spent to renovate Andrew L. Todd Hall, which now houses the Department of Art and has state-ofthe-art equipment for its students and faculty. The Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building was built with private funding. In January 2007, an addition to the Cason-Kennedy Nursing Building was opened and dedicated, bringing the facility to 28,000 square feet. The University secured private gifts in support of a $6 million baseball stadium completed in 2008 and dedicated this past spring. In 2006, the University received $15 million in state support for the planning and infrastructure development for a proposed $120 million science building, and in April 2007, a new $3 million track and soccer complex was opened. Recently, the Tennessee General Assembly approved the construction of a $31.7 million building for the University’s College of Education and Behavioral Science. A $19 million expansion of the Health, Wellness, and Recreation Center was completed in 2008. Presently, the University is involved in proposed or active capital projects totaling nearly $400 million. President McPhee is married to Elizabeth McPhee, and they have two children, Seneca and Sidney-Anthony.

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Athletic Administration Director of Athletics • 5th year • Northern Colorado, 1983 The landscape of college athletics has changed drastically over the past decade and that renovation also has been demonstrated at Middle Tennessee, particularly during the four-plus years since Chris Massaro was named director of athletics on April 8, 2005. Proving to be a true visionary, Massaro has helped revolutionize the Blue Raiders’ athletic department while helping pave the way for even greater success in future years. During his short but highly successful reign, Massaro has overseen unprecedented success not only in the university’s athletic programs but also in regard to academic success, facility upgrades, and a proven record of hiring coaches who have thrived under his watch. Under Massaro’s leadership, the Blue Raiders have captured the Sun Belt’s all-sports trophy three times in five years. Since his arrival, Massaro has enhanced the Blue Raiders’ broad-based, 17-sport programs. Among the accomplishments included in the last four years: • The Athletic Department has captured 18 Sun Belt Conference championships and earned 12 coach of the year honors. • The athletic program has had a record 15 nationally televised events during his four-year tenure. • Middle Tennessee’s football team earned an at-large invitation to the Motor City Bowl in 2006, the first bowl appearance during the Division I era. • The women’s volleyball team reached the Sweet 16 for the first time in 2007. • The men’s golf team received its first-ever at-large invitation into the East Regional in 2008 and subsequently advanced to the National Championship where they finished 15th in the country. They backed up that effort with another NCAA regional in 2009. • The women’s basketball team appeared in back-to-back NCAA Tournaments in 2006 and 2007 and returned again in 2009. The team narrowly missed reaching the Sweet 16 in 2007 after earning a No. 5 seed. • The Middle Tennessee tennis doubles team of Marco Born and Andreas Siljestrom won the National Championship in 2007 – the first NCAA doubles title in Athletic Department history. • The Middle Tennessee track teams have combined for four conference titles and the 2007 men’s outdoor squad finished No. 21 in the nation while the 2009 women’s indoor team ranked tied for 30th. • The Blue Raider baseball team captured the regular season and tournament championship in 2009 and advanced to the NCAAs. Massaro’s success at Middle Tennessee doesn’t stop with the athletic teams. There has been a tremendous track record for hiring quality coaches with head football coach Rick Stockstill, women’s head basketball coach Rick Insell, and men’s golf coach Whit Turnbow – and all Massaro hires – each earning Sun Belt Coach of the Year in their first seasons and men’s tennis coach David McNamara who won the Sun Belt and Coach of the Year honors in his second season. In all, Massaro’s guidance has provided coaches with the resources to produce 18 conference titles, 19 NCAA postseason appearances, one Sun Belt Conference Athlete of the Year, and 12 Coach of the Year awards. Academic enhancement has also skyrocketed under Massaro’s leadership. Massaro, who was appointed to a panel on APR Improvement Plans for the 2007 NCAA Convention, inherited a football program with a national-low score of 812 and saw it increase to a current 990 (on a 1,000-point scale) in 2009. As a whole, the Athletic Department has improved from a 908 score when Massaro was hired to an impressive cumulative (four years) score of 951 in 2007-08. All 17 Middle Tennessee sports teams achieved passing marks of 925 or higher in 2006-07 with four teams turning in a perfect mark of 1,000. In 2007-08, 16 of 17 teams topped the 925 mark. Massaro, who spent 20 years at the University of South Carolina prior

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to his appointment at Middle Tennessee, also overhauled the annual Blue Raider Athletic Association’s annual giving program, which resulted in a record number of members and financial giving in 2008, indicating the fourth such year record numbers have been realized. The annual campaign has improved 40 percent since his arrival. Facility upgrades also have been at the top of Massaro’s impressive list of accomplishments. He completed a $6 million capital campaign for the new baseball stadium and initiated a series of major renovations to existing athletic facilities during the previous three years, including a state-of-the-art soccer and track complex. Most recently, a state-of-the-art golf performance center was completed in December 2008. In the midst of numerous upgrades, Massaro also has initiated generous contributions that made it possible to install a new synthetic surface in Floyd Stadium for the 2006 season. Additionally, new videoboards – one for football and two inside Murphy Center – were installed in 2007. In a span of four years Massaro’s hiring practices have been regarded as excellent. On Dec. 12, 2005, he made his highest profile hire when he selected Stockstill to take over the football program. Stockstill became just the second head coach in the I-A era and led the Blue Raiders to a league championship and a bowl appearance in his first season. Two days following his hiring, Massaro was pressed into action to find a replacement to lead the nationally recognized women’s basketball program. Massaro made his first hire when he brought on board legendary high school coach Rick Insell to take over the program. Both Insell and Stockstill won championships in their first seasons on the job. Massaro has also made a significant upgrade in the Blue Raider football schedule. During the summer of 2005, he announced a home game in 2007 that made Virginia the first team from the highly regarded ACC to visit Floyd Stadium, and then quickly added a second ACC member when Maryland agreed to make the trip to Murfreesboro in 2008 and the Blue Raiders rewarded him with a 24-14 upset. On his 100th day on the job, Massaro made one of his biggest announcements: a five-year contract with the University of Memphis to play football that started in 2007. The Tigers will become the first in-state Division I-A (FBS) football team to play the Blue Raiders in Murfreesboro. Massaro has also worked out a homeand-home series with Mississippi State that will see the Bulldogs coming to Floyd Stadium in 2009 – making them the first SEC program to play in a Sun Belt stadium – and nearby Georgia Tech that will have the Yellow Jackets coming to Murfreesboro in 2011. In March 2008, Massaro made another big move when he announced a four-game series with neighboring rival Vanderbilt of the SEC. The series begins in 2015 and the teams will play twice in Murfreesboro and twice in Nashville. The Glenwood Springs, Colo., native joined the South Carolina staff under the Ohio University sport administration program in 1985. Massaro helped usher the Gamecocks into the SEC and learned under legendary athletic director Dr. Mike McGee. Massaro earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Northern Colorado in 1983 and his master’s degree in sport administration from Ohio University in 1986. At UNC, Massaro was a five-year football team member. Massaro is also heavily involved in community service projects and organizations. He is a member of the Red Cross Board, the City Golf Commission and the Rutherford County Sports Council Executive Committee, and he served on the search committee for the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce president. Massaro and his wife, Cindy, have four children: Hank, Lainey, Rachel, and Ben.

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Alumni Memorial Gym

In 2002, Middle Tennessee volleyball made its debut in the newly renovated Alumni Memorial Gym (AMG). The facility, which once was home to Blue Raider men’s and women’s basketball prior to the completion of Murphy Center, is now the exclusive home of Blue Raider volleyball. Before the 2002 season, the AMG received a new floor, and in 2003, a state-of-the-art volleyball scoreboard was introduced. In 2004, Middle Tennessee head coach Matt Peck had floor seating installed to give fans an up-close-and-personal volleyball experience. Middle Tennessee’s Alumni Memorial Gym was home to the 2005 Sun Belt Championships November 17-19. The Blue Raiders and rival Western Kentucky’s match in the Sun Belt Championship was televised on ESPN+ with a school-record crowd of 1,028. It was the first time a Sun Belt Championship match had been shown on ESPN. The Blue Raiders have always played well on their home court. Since head coach Matt Peck took over the program in 2004, the Blue Raiders are 36-11 at the AMG.


City of

Murfreesboro A student-athlete’s life involves more than academ-

ics and athletics. Like most college students, studentathletes need to enjoy themselves, relax, and have a good time, and Murfreesboro fits the bill. Murfreesboro is one of the fastest growing cities in the south with a population of 100,000, and Rutherford County has more than 230,000 residents. A short 40-minute drive from Nashville, Music City U.S.A, Murfreesboro is a large city with a small-town atmosphere. Murfreesboro has many appealing places to shop, eat, and socialize. One of the largest outdoor shopping malls in the region, the Avenue of Murfreesboro, opened in 2007. This speciality center combines premier national retailers, select local merchants, and speciality restaurants in an attractive setting that is popular with all students. There are several beautiful parks and walkways throughout the city, and numerous lakes are located close by for swimming, waterskiing, and boating. Additionally, history buffs will enjoy the 600-acre Stones River Battlefield, Oaklands historic site, the Sam Davis home, Fortress Rosecrans, and Cannonsburgh Village. All are rich in history and welcome visitors.

Rutherford is the fastest-growing county in Tennessee. - U.S. Census Bureau, March 2008 The Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro MSA ranks second on the list of “Best Cities for Relocating Families�. - Worldwide ERC and Primacy Relocation, May 2007


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Nashville Nashville: Music City USA

Middle Tennessee thrives in the radiant glow of Nashville’s exponential growth. Some major metropolitan areas overshadow their neighbors, but Nashville provides unprecedented economic and media support. The relationship between Davidson County and Rutherford County is akin to a big brother looking out for the up-and-coming sibling. Davidson County saw a nearly 14% population growth from 1990 to 2002, and Rutherford County boomed with a 62% increase. (Regional Profile, Nashville Chamber of Commerce, 2003) Living up to the title of Music City U.S.A. requires a morethan-impressive collection of media outlets, coverage, and support. The Tennessean, Nashville Business Journal, and the City Paper each provide superior coverage, and eight local television stations and 29 radio stations never miss a moment of news, weather, and sports action in and around Davidson County. The Sun Belt Conference and its members have access to and are able to draw from the seemingly limitless resources offered by Middle Tennessee’s proximity to Nashville.

Blue Raiders Reach Davidson County alums

Middle Tennessee has more than 13,000 alumni in greater Davidson County and the Blue Raider athletic department has a far-reaching impact into the Nashville area. The Blue Raiders regularly play football games in Music City in order to help reach more of their vast, growing fan base. Middle Tennessee defeated Vanderbilt at Dudley Field in 2001, 2002, and 2005, and the Blue Raiders played host to Big East foe Louisville at LP Field in 2006, marking the first time the football program has played a home football game in Nashville as a Division I-A member. The game was televised nationally on ESPN2 and drew a record home crowd for the Blue Raiders. While Middle Tennessee, a mere 32 miles from Nashville, reaches into Davidson County to provide followers with a high-level of Division I college competition, Music City also provides plenty of professional flair. Football, baseball, and hockey are all covered by the Titans, Sounds and Predators.


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Live and Dine Scarlett Commons, named for former MTSU president M. G. Scarlett, is one of the premier living arrangements at any university in the region. Opened to students in the fall of 1999, the facility provides apartment-style living with the convenience of staying on campus. Nine three-story buildings with 12 apartments each and a useful clubhouse make up the Scarlett complex. Each apartment contains four private bedrooms connected by two private bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a comfortable living room. Each apartment is fully furnished, and window mini-blinds are provided. The kitchen includes a table and four chairs, microwave, refrigerator, stove, and oven. The living area includes a sofa, lounge chair, and television stand. Each bedroom has a closet and is furnished with a bed, dresser, nightstand, and desk with a hutch. Each apartment also includes cable and phone lines in the living room and data lines with access to the Internet for personal computers in each bedroom. The Scarlett Commons clubhouse creates a real sense of community with its recreation/meeting rooms, fireplace, bigscreen TV, and laundry room. Any maintenance issues can be resolved with a phone call to the 24-hour reception and service desk located in the clubhouse. Students living in Scarlett Commons have their own restricted parking lot, so it’s easy to find parking in front of their buildings 24 hours a day. For more information on Scarlett Commons and other on-campus housing, visit www.mtsu.edu/~housing/. Dining Facilities MTSU offers five different on-campus dining areas, with the most popular being Keathley University Center (KUC) Grill and Cyber Café. The KUC is located in the center of campus and is a major intersection for student activities. The Grill is located on the second floor and features Pizza Hut, Quizno’s Subs, Grille Works, Salad Garden, Chick-Fil-A, and Freshens (desserts and smoothies). The KUC Grill is open from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday and is open until 5 p.m. on Fridays. The Cyber Café is the first of its kind in the Tennessee Board of Regents system, offering a futuristic and efficient way for students to dine. Students are able to eat while emailing or searching the Web at the same time on the eight computers available. Burger King and Subway serve students until 2:00 a.m. Monday–Thursday and 7 p.m. on Fridays. Six 32-inch televisions suspended from the ceiling also catch students up on events around the world. Sofas and armchairs make Cyber Café a great place to relax between classes with coffee or Ben and Jerry’s ice cream. Student-athletes can start the day with biscuits and gravy and an omelet from McCallie Dining in Corlew Hall. This is a favorite spot because of the fun atmosphere and all-youcan-eat dining selections. Student-athletes get a chance to relax and socialize with each other while feasting on subs, pizza, grill works, carved meats, fresh deli food, fresh-made pasta, and a salad bar. Thursday nights in McCallie are theme nights featuring, for example, tastes of the bayou on Cajun night or a feast of egg rolls and fried rice on Far East night. No matter what is served, the fellowship among athletes and students is always enjoyable. A great spot for lunch is the RaiderZone at James Union Building, a new sports theme restaurant. Students can enjoy all-you-can-eat buffet-style foods, pizza and pasta, carved meats, fresh deli food, and freshly made salads.


Radio/TV Roster

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Lindsay Cheatham Sophomore • 6-2 Middle Blocker/Opposite Deerfield Beach, Fla.

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Ashley Waugh

Ashley Adams-Williams

Brandi Waller

Senior • 5-6 Libero Indianapolis, Ind.

Freshman • 6-2 Outside Hitter • Middle Blocker San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Freshman • 6-0 Middle Blocker New Albany, Ind.

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Alyssa Wistrick Junior • 6-1 Outside Hitter • Middle Blocker Longview, Wash.

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Stacy Oladinni

Courtney Wilson

Brynne Henderson

Izabela Kozon

Jasmine Tipton

Redshirt-Sophomore • 6-0 Opposite La Vergne, Tenn.

Redshirt-Freshman • 5-11 Setter Auburndale, Fla.

Sophomore • 5-4 Libero Cincinnati, Ohio

Junior • 6-0 Outside Hitter Warsaw, Poland

Freshman • 5-7 Outside Hitter Antioch, Tenn.

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Leslie Clark

Morgan Peterson

Senior • 6-0 Setter Olathe, Kan.

Freshman • 6-0 Setter Seymour, Tenn.

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Janay Yancey

Stephanie Daniels

Senior • 5-11 Middle Blocker Columbia, Tenn.

Freshman • 5-9 Middle Blocker Nashville, Tenn.

Redshirt-Junior • 6-2 Middle Blocker Abilene, Texas

Matt Peck

Jeff Motluck

Amy Hendrichovsky

Head Coach Michigan, 1980 Sixth Season

Associate Head Coach Southern Illinois, 1986 Sixth Season

Assistant Coach North Alabama, 2001 Fourth Season

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Halie Vannoy

Ashley Mead

Freshman • 5-8 Defensive Specalist Morristown, Tenn.

Senior • 5-9 Outside Hitter Newnan, Ga.

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2009 Season Outlook Middle Tennessee will look to continue setting precedents in 2009, as it has done since head coach Matt Peck took over the program in 2004. The Blue Raiders advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive time in 2008 and has high hopes to do the same this fall. Middle Tennessee returns All-American setter Leslie Clark along with Izabela Kozon, an All-Sun Belt selection, to help guide this season’s squad. The Blue Raiders also welcome back veteran leaders libero Ashley Waugh and outside hitter Ashley Mead. Middle Tennessee has eight letterwinners returning and adds seven newcomers. “2009 is shaping up to be one of our best teams here at Middle Tennessee. We now have additional height to compliment our athleticism,” Peck said. “The caliber of players we brought in for 2009 is very high and it’s probably our best incoming class.” The Blue Raiders faced a number of obstacles during the 2008 season due to injuries, which included losing middle blocker Sasha McGlothin to a season-ending injury just two weeks into the campaign. In addition to losing McGlothin, three other players were hurt or played through injuries at one point during the season. “The team has very high expectations for 2009, especially after our injury-laden year in 2008. Everyone is healthy, and the summer has seen great strides in strength and conditioning for everyone.” Middle Tennessee will need to be as healthy as possible during this season as it will play one of its most challenging schedules on record.

Outside Hitters

Middle Blockers

Peck says...“Ashley Mead and Iza Kozon are probably the most experienced outsides we’ve ever had. Both are 100% healthy, and I expect they will both have banner seasons. After those two, we do have some questions, but both Alyssa and Ashley Adams have experience playing outside and we may indeed move one or two of the new players to that position.”

Peck says... “We have an outstanding corps of middles. And honestly, any one of them could start for us at any time. Janay and Sasha have the most experience in our program, but Lindsey, Brandi, Alyssa, Ashley and even Stephanie are all very capable of stepping in at any minute. All touch over 10’ and all have the quickness and strength that we love.”

“Our 2009 schedule is very tough and we wanted that. The Sun Belt continues to improve overall as a conference and schedules like ours will only help us and other conference schools come NCAA Tournament time. We will be challenged right from the beginning – Kansas, Murray State and Xavier all have previous NCAA experience and all bring strong RPIs into that first weekend.” The Blue Raiders will play nine teams from the 2008 NCAA Tournament, including Albany, Florida International, Northern Iowa, Ohio, Rice, Saint Louis, UAB, Washington and Western Kentucky. Middle Tennessee will play three straight matches against teams from the 2008 NCAA Tournament with eight of its 11 matches against those teams in a two week period. “Our nonconference schedule will go a long way in determining where we end up at the end of the season. I feel having 11 matches against NCAA teams from 2008 will certainly test us. Playing former NCAA Champion Washington is a great opportunity for us to continue our climb as a program. Our single matches against UAB and St. Louis on the road will definitely be an important factor in determining where we will be playing if we indeed make the NCAA Tournament again in 2009.”

Setters

Libero/ Defensive Specialists

Peck says... “Right now, we are in very good shape in the setter position. Leslie has run our offense since her freshman year and this past spring did a great job leading our team. With Morgan and Courtney, we will be able to do some different things offensively and really not miss a beat.”

Peck says... “Ashley Waugh is once again healthy after postseason surgery and has been working very hard. With Ashley back 100%, our offense will run very smoothly and our defensive system will once again be very strong. Both Brynne and Halie will have significant time on the floor this year and both have great ball control skills.”

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Coaching Staff

Matt

Peck Head Coach • Michigan, 1980

Matt Peck is in his sixth season at the helm of the Blue Raider volleyball program. Last season, Peck guided Middle Tennessee to its third consecutive NCAA tournament appearance. The Blue Raiders defeated Miami (Ohio) in the first round to advance to the second round of the tournament for the third straight year. Middle Tennessee ended the season 27-8 and 14-3 in Sun Belt Conference action. Ashley Asberry and Leslie Clark each earned All-America honors as they guided the Blue Raiders throughout the season. It was the third straight season at least one Blue Raider received All-America honors. The pair also received First Team All-Sun Belt honors while Asberry was named to the All-Tournament team. In 2007, Peck led the Blue Raiders to the best finish in school history. After winning its second straight Sun Belt Conference title, Middle Tennessee defeated Louisville and then Hawaii to advance to the NCAA Tournament Regional. The Blue Raiders ended the season ninth in the NCAA Tournament. Middle Tennessee posted an impressive 35-3 overall record during the historical season. Ashley Adams and Ashley Asberry each earned AllAmerica honors as they helped guide the Blue Raiders throughout the season. Adams was named MVP of every tournament Middle Tennessee played in and Sun Belt Player of the Year. The pair was also named Sun Belt First Team All-Conference. In 2006, Peck continued to build on the success of the program in 2005, leading the Blue Raiders to a NCAA Tournament berth and a first-round win on the road at Louisville after winning the Sun Belt Tournament. The team fell to No. 18 Ohio State in the second round but posted a 27-8 overall record while finishing conference play in a three-way tie for first with a record of 14-3. The win in game one against OSU snapped a 30-game winning streak for the Buckeyes. Middle Tennessee picked up its first All-American honor under Peck in sophomore Ashley Adams. Adams earned the honor after being named First Team All-Conference, Most Valuable Player of the Sun Belt Tournament, and All-South Region. In just his second year, Peck led the Blue Raiders to their first Sun Belt Tournament Championship match appearance since joining the league. Middle Tennessee’s No. 2 seed in the tournament in 2005 and 10-2 record in Sun Belt matches is the best mark in school history, and the Blue Raider’s 28 wins is a tie for second-most wins in school history. With Peck at the helm, Alicia Lemau’u earned the Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year award. It was also during Peck’s watch that Ashley Adams became the first Blue Raider volleyball player in school history to be named AVCA National Player of the Week. With 25 years of coaching experience, Peck has an overall career record of 632-233*. Prior to arriving at Middle Tennessee in February 2004, Peck spent nine

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seasons at the University of North Alabama. 2003 AVCA Division II Coach of the Year In 2003, he led the Lions to an NCAA Division II National Championship title and 2007 Sun Belt Coach of the Year was named the 2003 American Volleyball 2007 AVCA South Region Coach of the Year Coaches Association (AVCA) Tachikara Divi• sion II National Coach of the Year. He is also NCAA D ivision I T ournament Appearances: 3 a four-time AVCA Region Coach of the Year Sun Belt Championships: 2 (1998, 2000, 2003, 2007). Peck guided North Alabama to its eighth NCAA Division II Championships: 1 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance NCAA Division II Final Four: 2 in 2003, capped with the school’s first-ever NCAA Division II Elite Eight: 4 NCAA Championship with a 3-0 win over NCAA Division II South Regionals: 8 Concordia St. Paul. North Alabama finished NCAA Division II Regional Championships: 4 the 2003 season with an overall record of 33-7. Overall, Peck is 19-8 all-time in NCAA II South Central Regional, where the Lions downed Texas Tournament play and compiled a record of Women’s University before falling to Central Missouri 107-3 against Gulf South Conference opponents. In his nine-year stint at North Alabama, Peck compiled State in the championship game. In 1998 UNA again hosted the NCAA Division II South a record of 312-61, which includes seven straight Gulf South Conference Championships and four appearances Regional, and the Lions knocked off Alabama-Huntsville in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight. Peck is the only coach and Rockhurst to claim the school’s first-ever regional in GSC history to be selected coach of the year for three volleyball title. Before North Alabama, Peck coached in Michigan at consecutive seasons (1996, 1997, 1998) and won the award four times overall. He also produced 20 All-Ameri- Wayne State for 11 years. His best season came in 1986, cans, and UNA set two individual and five NCAA Division when he guided WSU to a 32-6 record and a top 15 ranking among NCAA Division II schools. The 32 victories set II Tournament records under his guidance. In 2002, UNA went 30-5, won the GSC volleyball title, a school record for wins in a season. In 1987, WSU advanced to the NCAA Division II and advanced to the NCAA Regional for the seventh National Championships with a record of 27-7 and time. In 2001, UNA was 32-4 and won its sixth straight finished the season ranked No. 10. For his efforts in 1987, GSC title before falling in the regional championship Peck was named GLIAC Coach of the Year. Wayne State match. also produced the school’s first Division II volleyball AllIt was 2000 when Peck and the Lions made their closest bid to the national title before winning it in 2003. American in 1987. Wayne State was ranked in the Division II Top 20 four of UNA went 40-3 and reached the Division II Final Four for the first time. This included a 39-match win streak as well Peck’s last five years at the school. In 1992, WSU claimed three tournament championships and had a 17-0 mark as GSC and NCAA Division II South Regional titles. against Division II opponents outside the GLIAC. In 1999, the Lions went 35-7 and earned the school’s A 1980 graduate of the University of Michigan with a second straight NCAA Division II South Central Regional B.A. in psychology, Peck received his master’s degree in championship and second consecutive appearance physical education-sports administration from Wayne in the Division II Elite Eight. UNA also claimed a fourth State in 1992. straight GSC title. Peck is a native of Dearborn Heights, Mich. In 1998, Peck led UNA to a 38-6 record and the Lions * actual record 677-233 includes wins vacated due to first-ever berth in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight. The Lions also climbed as high as seventh in the NCAA Divi- NCAA sanctions sion II national rankings. In 1997, the Lions finished 39-5 on their way to a No. 8 national ranking, their second straight GSC championship and their second consecutive NCAA Regional appearance. The 1996 Lions had a 44-4 record that included a Top 15 national ranking in Division II, a GSC Championship, and the first NCAA Tournament bid ever received by any collegiate volleyball team from the state of Alabama. Peck joined UNA on July 17, 1995, inheriting a program that had enjoyed just three winning seasons in six years prior to his arrival. In his first season, Peck led UNA to a 21-20 record and third place finish in the GSC Tournament. The Lions recorded a 4-0 start, which was their best start in three years, and claimed the Francis Marion Invitational Championship. In 1996 UNA and Flowers Hall were selected as the site for the four-team NCAA Division

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Jeff

Motluck Associate Head Coach • Southern Illinois, 1986

Jeff Motluck is beginning his sixth season as associate head coach for the Middle Tennessee volleyball program. Motluck joined the staff after spending nine seasons at

North Alabama with head coach Matt Peck. As an assistant at Middle Tennessee, Motluck’s primary responsibilities include all phases of recruiting, game preparation and planning, scouting opponents, on-court training, academic monitoring, and travel arrangements. Motluck was a key component in helping Peck build a top NCAA Division II volleyball program at North Alabama. The culmination was in 2003 when the UNA Lions won the NCAA Division II Volleyball National Championship. While at UNA, Motluck assisted Peck in eight NCAA South Regionals (1996-2003), four regional championships (1998, 1999, 2000, 2003), four trips to the NCAA Elite Eight (1998, 1999, 2000, 2003), two appearances in the Division II Final Four (2000, 2003), and eight straight Gulf South Confer-

ence championships. Motluck helped the Lions post a record of 312-61. Prior to his stint at UNA, Motluck served one year as an assistant women’s volleyball coach at Wayne State University in Detroit. As an assistant, he helped produce 20 All-Americans. Motluck graduated in 1986 from Southern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and marketing.

Amy

Hendrichovsky Assistant Coach • North Alabama, 2001

Amy Hendrichovsky begins her fourth season as an assistant with the Blue Raider volleyball team. Hendrichovsky joined the Blue Raider coaching staff after spending four seasons as an assistant at Metro State, an NCAA Division II school in Denver, Colorado. She helped lead Metro State to four NCAA Tournament bids (2002-2005) and two Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular season and tournament championships in 2002 and 2003. Hendrichovsky also served as the recruiting coordinator and oversaw the strength and conditioning program. Prior to Metro State, Hendrichovsky served as a student assistant at North Alabama, where she helped lead the Lions to a Gulf South Conference championship. As a student-athlete, Hendrichovsky was a four-year starter for North Alabama and helped the Lions to four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, three regional championships, three trips to the NCAA

Elite Eight, one appearance in the Division II Final Four, and four straight Gulf South Conference titles. She received a bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a specialization in mathematics from North Alabama in 2001. Hendrichovsky and her husband, Shea, have one son, Andrew.

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Coaching Staff

Tyrone

Jenkins Volunteer Assistant Coach • Graceland, 1992 Tyrone Jenkins is beginning his fifth season as a volunteer assistant for the Blue Raider volleyball squad. Jenkins has numerous years of experience in the club coaching ranks. Over the years, he has been responsible for developing some of the most highly recruited players to come out of the Kansas City, Mo., area. His first foray into the coaching ranks came in 1995, when he was an assistant for Maryville University in St. Louis. Jenkins spent two seasons with the Lady Saints, helping lead the team to a conference finals appearance in 1996. In 1997, Jenkins was hired as the first assistant at Park University. From 1997 to 2000, he helped the Lady Pirates to a 31-18 record. Jenkins was an All-American setter for Graceland University from 1989 to 1992.

Audrey Ainsworth

Katie Abundiz

Manager

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Audrey Ainsworth is in her first season as a manager for the Blue Raiders. A native of Wetumpka, Ala., Ainsworth is undecided on a major.

Katie Abundiz begins her third season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Blue Raiders. A native of Kernersville, N.C., Abundiz has a son, Daniel.

Darcy Beck

Bethany Woodall

Athletic Trainer

Manager

Bethany Woodall is in her fourth season as a manager for the Blue Raiders. A native of Huntington, W.V., Woodall is majoring in animal science.

Darcy Beck begins her second season as an athletic trainer for the Blue Raiders. A native of Jamestown, Pa., Beck is currently pursuing her master’s in excercise science.

Diane Turnham

Roxanne Forth

Associate Athletic Director/SWA Diane Turnham begins her 15th season as an administrator for the Blue Raiders. Turnham has been selected to serve on the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Committee for the next four years. A native of Mt. Juliet, Tenn., she is married to Kyle Turnham and has a son, Steven.

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Secretary

Roxanne Forth begins her ninth sea-

son as the secretary for the Blue Raiders. A native of Manchester, Tenn., she is married to Doug Forth and has a son, Mike and a daughter, Rachel.

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Leslie

Clark S • 6-0 • Sr. • Olathe, Kansas

#14 Clark’s Career Highs Kills: 6, twice, last vs. Idaho (8/29/08) Attacks: 15, vs. Tulane (9/21/08) Assists: 66, vs. Duke (9/13/08) Service Aces: 5, at Xavier (9/19/08) Block Assists: 7, vs. Western Kentucky (10/17/06) Digs: 15, at Arkansas State (10/8/06) Points: 13, vs. Tulane (9/21/08)

Getting to Know... Clark • My nickname is: Les, Lester, Morelie, Stinky. • One thing people don’t know about me is: I was on the high school bowling team. • The person I admire most is: Jesus. • My dream job would be: a professional guitar player. • One thing I do before each match is: “Jerk it out.” • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: soccer. • My first job was: Home Depot. • My favorite MT athlete is: Ashley Mead and Ashley Waugh. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my toothbrush. • My favorite Sun Belt city is: Denver. • I wear No. 14 because: it is hi upside down. • Main goal in life: to live a life that brings glory to my Lord and Savior.

2008 All-America • 2008 First Team All-Sun Belt Middle Tennessee

2008: Named Honorable Mention All-America by the AVCA … Received First Team All-Sun Belt honors … Clark moved into first on the all-time career assists list after recording 43 assists against Troy … Now has 4,354 assists and is just the second Blue Raider in history to reach 4,000 assists in a career … Ended season with 1,534 assists for third 1,000 assist season … Averaged 11.45 assists per set … One of just two Blue Raiders who did not substitute during matches …Recorded career-high 66 assists against Duke on Sept. 13 … Notched five service aces against Xavier on Sept. 19 … Had 10 matches with 50 or more assists. 2007: Received First Team All-Sun Belt Honors … ... Named AVCA Honorable Mention South All-Region ... Named to the Sun Belt All-Tournament team … Led the NCAA in assists throughout the season … Ended the season with 1,662 assists ... Second consecutive 1,000 assist season … Named ESPN The Magazine COSIDA First Team Academic All-District … Named Second Team CVU.com Stellar Spikers … Named Honorable Mention Setter of the Year by CVU.com ... Averaged 13.74 assists per game … Posted 31 service aces, 88 kills and 100 blocks … One of just three Blue Raiders who did not substitute during matches … Notched a career-high 65 assists against UConn … Had 64 assists against Florida International

in the conference tournament semifinals … Posted four 60-plus assists matches. 2006: Appeared in 30 matches, 90 games ... Took over as primary setter, racking up 1,158 total assists and averaging 12.87 per game to lead the conference and set school career record ... Moved into third all-time on the single season assists per game list and fifth on the assists list ... Posted a career-high 62 assists in win at Western Kentucky ... Added 35 kills and 21 service aces ... Defensively, accumulated 159 digs and 65 total blocks.

Olathe South HS

Letterwinner in volleyball and soccer ... As a senior, named 2005 Kansas Volleyball Association Player of the Year and MVP of state tournament ... Chosen to play in the Missouri/Kansas All-Star Match ... Prep Volleyball High School All-American ... Andi Collins Award finalist, recognizing best high school setter in the nation ... First Team All-State Class 6A ... First team All-Johnson County, All-City ... Olathe South High School Female Athlete of the Year ... As a junior, named Second Team All-State, First Team All-Johnson County ... As a sophomore, First Team All-Johnson County, First Team All-City ... Helped soccer team to KSHSAA 6A State Championship. Personal Leslie Lynn Clark ... Born June 15 ... Daughter of Phil and Tina Clark ... Father is principal of Olathe South High School ... Middle Tennessee Academic Service Scholarship recipient.

Peck on Clark: “Leslie will have a record-breaking season in 2009. She continues to prove herself as one of the premier setters in the nation and is one of the main reasons for our success the past three seasons.” Clark’s Career Numbers

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 90 121 134 345

MP 30 36 35 101

K 35 88 93 216

K/G 0.39 0.73 0.69 0.63

E 24 40 34 98

TA 105 225 247 577

Pct .105 .213 .239 .205

A A/G SA 1158 12.87 21 1662 13.74 31 1534 11.45 35 4354 12.62 87

SA/G 0.23 0.26 0.26 0.25

SE DIG 33 159 55 260 47 239 135 658

D/G 1.77 2.15 1.78 1.91

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RE 0 0 1 1

BS 8 6 9 23

BA 57 94 74 225

TB 65 100 83 248

B/G 0.72 0.83 0.62 0.72

BE 9 16 15 40

BHE Points 47 92.5 51 172.0 23 174.0 121 438.5

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Ashley

Mead OH • 5-9 • Sr. • Newnan, Ga.

#23 Mead’s Career Highs Kills: Attacks: Total Blocks: Service Aces:

21 vs. Duke (9/13/08) 55, at Purdue (12/6/08) 8, vs. Denver (9/28/07) 3, vs. Southeast Missouri State (8/30/08) Digs: 5, four times, last vs. Tulane (9/21/08) Points: 23, vs. Duke (9/13/08)

Middle Tennessee

2008: Ended season second on team in kills with 402 … Averaged 3.32 kills per set for a .230 attack percentage … Notched 47 blocks on the season to assist the defense … Had career-high 21 kills against Duke on Sept. 13 … Recorded three 20-kill matches (Duke, Florida International and Purdue) … Notched 33 kills in NCAA Tournament appearance averaging 3.30 per set. 2007: Ended the season with 364 kills … Averaged 3.11 kills per game for a .195 hitting percentage … Defensively, notched 80 blocks with 74 block assists … Had three 19-kill matches (Louisville, Iowa State, Oklahoma) … In the conference tournament posted 17 kills against Florida International and 16 against Western Kentucky … Posted a career-high eight blocks against Denver.

blocks (5th), career aces per game (7th), career blocks per game (8th), career kills per game (9th) ... As a junior, named First Team All-State, Area Player of the Year, First Team All-Area ... As a sophomore, First Team All-State and First Team All-Area and helped team to Georgia A/AA High School State Championship ... As a freshman, First Team All-State, Georgia High School State Championship Match Pontiac Player of the Game and First Team All-Area and her team was Georgia A/AA state runner-up.

Personal

Karen Ashley Mead ... Born August 4 ... daughter of Al and Shelly Mead ... Recipient of the MTSU Otis Floyd Academic Scholarship and the U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award .. Majoring in science (pre-med).

2006: Appeared in 20 matches for the Blue Raiders ... Averaged 1.40 kills per game with 42 kills on the season ... Accumulated 11 total blocks, with a pair of each against Marshall ... served four aces and tallied 15 digs.

Getting to Know... Mead • My nickname is: Meader. • My favorite food is: salmon. • One word to describe me off the court is: loud. • One thing most people don’t know about me is: my first name is Karen. • My favorite MT athlete is: Ashley Waugh. • My favorite movie is: Remember the Titans. • My dream job would be: an orthopedic surgeon. • My favorite thing about Murfreesboro is: The Avenue. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my pillow and blanket. • The person I admire the most is: my father.

Landmark Christian HS

Four-year letterwinner in volleyball ... As a senior, named A/AA Georgia State High School Player of the Year ... First Team All-State ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Volleyball Player of the Year ... Georgia All-Star Team ... First Team All-Area ... Landmark Christian’s Female Athlete of the Year ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Athletic Academic Team ... Finished high school career ranked in top 10 in Georgia for career kills (2nd), career digs (2nd), career aces (2nd), career

Peck on Mead: “Ashley had 402 kills in 2008 playing most of the season on an injured knee. She is 100% healthy now and I wouldn’t be surprised if she exceeded 500 kills her senior season. We will rely on her even more than we have in the past.” Mead’s Career Numbers

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

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GP 30 117 121 268

MP 20 37 33 90

K 42 364 402 808

K/G 1.40 3.11 3.32 3.01

E 36 185 176 397

TA 123 920 982 2025

Pct .049 .195 .230 .203

A 1 3 8 12

A/G 0.03 0.03 0.07 0.04

SA 4 1 5 10

SA/G 0.13 0.01 0.04 0.04

SE 12 9 8 29

DIG 15 78 71 164

D/G 0.50 0.67 0.59 0.61

RE 2 4 0 6

BS 2 6 6 14

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BA 9 74 41 124

TB 11 80 47 138

B/G 0.37 0.68 0.39 0.51

BE 2 15 9 26

BHE Points 1 52.5 1 408.0 1 433.5 3 894.0


Returners

Ashley

Waugh L • 5-6 • Sr. • Indianapolis, Ind.

#2

Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 8; Oct. 13; Nov. 17)

Waugh’s Career Highs Service Aces:

3, vs. Illinois-Chicago (9/9/06) Assists: 4, at Xavier (9/19/08) Digs: 25, vs. South Dakota St. (8/30/08)

Getting to Know... Waugh • My nickname is: A Waugh. • My favorite book is: My Sister’s Keeper. • One thing people don’t know about me is: I have had five concussions. • My favorite movie is: Little Mermaid. • My favorite thing about Murfreesboro is: my apartment. • My parents were right when: they told me everything happens for a reason. • One thing I do before each match is: pray during the national anthem. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my favorite sweats and T-shirt. • My dream job would be: getting paid millions of dollars to be myself. • The person I admire most is: my nana. • I wear No. 2 because: it’s the only number I have ever worn.

Middle Tennessee

2008: Named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week three times (Sept. 8, Oct. 13 and Nov. 17) … Led team in digs (469) and digs per set (3.50) … Notched career-high 25 digs against South Dakota State on Aug. 30 … Had four matches with 20 digs or more … Recorded 24 digs against Miami (Ohio). 2007: Had 283 digs during the season, averaged 2.26 per game … Posted 19 service aces … Against New Orleans, had a careerhigh 20 digs … Notched three service aces against Louisville … Also had a career-high two kills against the Cardinals … Against Oregon State had 12 digs. 2006: Recorded 239 digs after appearing in all 123 games - 35 matches for the Blue Raiders, averaging

1.94 digs per game ... Posted a career-high 15 digs at Western Kentucky ... Tallied eight double-digit digs games ... Added 19 service aces, 13 assists.

Roncalli HS

Four-year letterwinner ... As a senior, named First Team All-State, First Team All-County; named to the Indianapolis Star Super Team, led IHSAA in digs ... Was the Roncalli Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year and team captain ... Also played basketball, led team in assists.

Personal

Ashley Dawn Waugh ... Born June 24 ... Daughter of Ian and Angi Cabell and Chris Waugh ... Majoring in biology.

Peck on Waugh: “We really missed having Ashley out on the court this past spring due to her surgery. She has always been a leader for our team and I look to her leadership once again to keep things running smoothly.” Waugh’s Career Numbers

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 123 125 134 382

MP 35 37 35 107

K 1 5 3 9

K/G 0.01 0.04 0.02 0.02

E 2 3 2 7

TA 12 12 21 45

Pct -.083 .167 .048 .044

A 13 20 38 71

A/G 0.11 0.16 0.28 0.19

SA 19 19 15 53

SA/G 0.15 0.15 0.11 0.14

SE DIG 43 239 53 283 31 469 127 991

D/G 1.94 2.26 3.50 2.59

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RE 31 28 43 102

BS 0 0 0 0

BA 1 0 0 1

TB 1 0 0 1

B/G 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00

BE 0 0 0 0

BHE Points 2 20.5 1 24.0 2 18.0 5 62.5

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Janay

Yancey MB • 5-11 • Sr. • Columbia, Tenn.

#16

Middle Tennessee 2008: Recorded 130 kills for a .368 attack

Yancey’s Career Highs Kills: 15, vs. St. Louis (11/29/08) Attacks: 23, vs. St. Louis (11/29/08) Hitting Percentage: .778, vs. Western Kentucky (10/20/08) Block Assists: 8, three times, last vs. UConn (11/29/08) Solo Blocks: 2, three times, last at Troy (10/31/08) Points: 17.5, vs. St. Louis (11/29/08)

Getting to Know... Yancey • My nickname is: Darkness.

• My favorite food is: sushi.

• My favorite book is: The Mouse and the Motocycle. • My favorite movie is: Meet the Robinsons. • My favorite thing about Murfreesboro is: the park.

Spring Hill HS

percentage … Had 96 blocks with 10 solo blocks … Posted career-high 15 kills against St. Louis on Nov. 29 … Against Western Kentucky had a .778 attack percentage … Recorded eight block assists in a match three times.

Lettered in volleyball at Spring Hill High School ... Collected All-Region and All-Conference honors as a senior ... Led her squad to 30 wins and an appearance in the regionals as a senior ... Played for the Tennessee Lightning volleyball club, helping the team reach a ranking of No. 3 in its district ... Also ran track and played basketball.

Prior to Middle Tennessee 2007: Played in 19 matches for N.C. State

Personal

… notched 95 kills, averaging 2.07 per game … Notched 32 total blocks with eight solo blocks … Averaged 0.62 blocks per game … Had seven service aces and 19 digs to add assistance defensively.

Born May 8 ... Daughter of Jeff and Gwen Yancey ... Has one sister, JaQueya, and a brother, Kenyada ... Majoring in liberal studies.

2006: Played in all 31 matches, pick-

ing up 20 starts ... Fifth on the team in kills with 99, averaging 1.05 per game ... Crushed six service aces ... Posted a flawless 1.000 reception percentage, the only player on the squad to do so ... Amassed 25 digs ... Second on the team in blocks with 74, 68 assists and six solo ... Had a personal-best nine kills against Northern Colorado ... Put up two service aces at Clemson ... Collected four digs against North Carolina ... Had eight block assists against Winthrop.

• My favorite sport other than volleyball is: tennis. • The person I admire most is: my mom.

• One thing I do before each match is: listen to my music.

• My dream job would be: food critic. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my teddy bear.

• I wear No. 16 because: its twice as good as eight and eight is my lucky number.

Peck on Yancey: “What a great surprise Janay was in 2008. We had to un-redshirt her due to Sasha’s injury and she did everything we asked of her and much more. She is one of our top athletes and one of the most coachable players I’ve ever had the privilege to coach.”

Yancey’s Career Numbers Year 2008

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GP MP K K/G E 98 27 130 1.33 38

TA 250

Pct A .368 4

A/G SA 0.04 0

SA/G 0.00

SE DIG D/G 2 9 0.09

RE 1

BS 10

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball

BA 86

TB 96

B/G 0.98

BE 13

BHE Points 3 183.0


Returners

Sasha

McGlothin MB • 6-2 • R-Jr. • Abilene, Texas.

#20 McGlothin’s Career Highs Kills: 11, vs. South Dakota State (8/30/08) Attacks: 23, vs. Idaho (8/29/08) Hitting Percentage: .700, vs. Southeast Missouri State (8/30/08) Block Assists: 8, vs. South Alabama (11/2/07) Digs: 3, vs. Idaho (8/29/08) Points: 11.5, twice, last vs. South Dakota State (8/30/08)

Getting to Know... McGlothin • My nickname is: Yogi. • My favorite movie is: Chicago. • One word to describe me off the court is: more fun. • My favorite food is: pizza. • My favorite thing about Murfreesboro is: my apartment. • My dream job would be: a dancer. • One thing I do before each match is: listen to music. • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: basketball. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my socks. • My parents were right when they told me: I would be huge when I grew up. • I wear No. 20 because: it’s the closest I could get to No. 2.

Middle Tennessee

Abilene HS

2007: Had 123 kills with a .352 hitting percentage … Posted 86 blocks, averaged 1.19 per game … Had a career-high 11 kills against Louisville … Against South Alabama had eight blocks … Posted nine kills against Louisiana-Monroe … Posted seven blocks against Denver and North Texas.

Personal

2008: Played in five matches before a season ending injury … Had 35 kills in 16 sets for a .338 hitting percentage … Also had 10 blocks on the season.

Three-year letterwinner in volleyball ... First Team All-District and All-Area in 2004 and 2005 ... MVP in volleyball for two years ... Named Most Athletic in 2006.

Sasha Renee McGlothin ... Born September 13 ... Daughter of Ronnie and Bonnie Issac ... Majoring in liberal studies.

2006: Appeared in 11 matches, 16 games ... Had a solid performance against St. Mary’s early in the season, recording seven kills and seven block assists ... Accumulated 22 kills and 15 total blocks ... Added a pair of digs.

Peck on McGlothin: “Our team really missed Sasha last year, but we are also very excited to have her back in 2009. She is the ultimate team player and is really one of our most exciting players.” McGlothin’s Career Numbers

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP 16 72 16 104

MP 11 31 5 47

K 22 123 35 180

K/G 1.38 1.71 2.19 1.73

E 9 40 12 61

TA 43 236 68 347

Pct .302 .352 .338 .343

A 0 5 2 7

A/G 0.00 0.07 0.12 0.07

SA 0 0 0 0

SA/G 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SE 1 3 1 5

DIG 2 12 5 19

D/G 0.12 0.17 0.31 0.18

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RE 0 0 0 0

BS 2 5 1 8

BA 13 81 9 103

TB 15 86 10 111

B/G 0.94 1.19 0.62 1.07

BE 2 8 7 17

BHE Points 0 30.5 2 168.5 0 40.5 2 239.5

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Izabela

Kozon OH • 6-0 • Jr. • Warsaw, Poland

#9

NCAA All-Region • Sun Belt Player of the Week (Oct. 15)

Kozon’s Career Highs Kills: 25, vs. Miami (Ohio) (12/5/08) Attacks: 62, vs. Miami (Ohio) (12/5/08) Hitting Percentage: .632, vs. Florida Atlantic (10/4/08 Service Aces: 5, vs. Denver (9/28/07) Block Assists: 6, vs. South Dakota State (8/30/08) Digs: 17, vs. Florida International (11/7/08) Points: 26, vs. Miami (Ohio) (12/5/08)

Getting to Know... Kozon • My nickname is: Polish Wonder. • My favorite food is: Russian pierogi. • My favorite book is: Harry Potter. • My favorite movie is: Save the Last Dance. • One thing I do before each match is: laugh to loosen the tension. • One thing people don’t know about me is: that I am hood. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my iPod. • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: snowboarding. • My dream job would be: professional volleyball player • The person I admire the most is: my mother. • I wear No. 9 because: my mom wore No. 9.

Middle Tennessee

2008: Received Second Team All-Sun Belt honors … Named Sun Belt Player of the Week on Oct. 6 … Led team in kills (451) and kills per set (3.37) … Ended season second in digs (277) and digs per set (2.07) … One of just two Blue Raiders who did not substitute during matches … Recorded 74 total blocks … Guided team in NCAA tournament appearance with 38 kills, averaging 3.80 per set and had 27 digs … Notched career-high 25 kills against Miami (Ohio) on Dec. 5 … Posted career-high .632 hitting percentage on Oct. 4 against Florida Atlantic … Scored 26 points against Miami (Ohio) on Dec. 5. 2007: Named to the NCAA All-Region team for her performance against Brigham-Young … Received Sun Belt Player of the Week honors Oct. 15 after leading Middle Tennessee to wins over Florida International and Florida Atlantic … Against FIU, notched a career-high 16 kills … In the conference tournament, again posted a career game against the Golden Panthers with 19 kills … Ended the season with 349 kills; 2.73 per game, .227 hitting percentage; and 36 service aces … Defensively, recorded 303 digs; averaged 2.37 digs per game and 79 blocks … One of just three Blue Raiders who did not substitute during matches … Against Western Kentucky, had a career-high five block assists … In the match

with Denver, had five service aces … Had career-high 16 digs against Stephen F. Austin.

XXIV LO im Cypriana Kamila Norwida

Played for coach Andrzej Urbanski ... Member of Polish Junior National Team ... Earned MVP honors in 2007 at Polish Junior National Championship after team finished third.

N.L.O. Szkola Mistrzostwa Sportowego One of 12 ladies selected for the Championship Sport School of the Polish Volleyball Federation from 2003-06 ... Member of the Kadet National Team from ... Competed in the European Cadet Championship.

Personal

Izabela Kozon ... Born July 13 ... Daughter of Zofia Wròbeewska and Wojciech Kozon ... Family includes brother Cezary ... Majoring in psychology.

Peck on Kozon: “Iza is one of the most complete players I have ever seen. She enters the 2009 season stronger, faster and more physical than ever. Her competitiveness and intensity mean so much to our team.” Kozon’s Career Numbers

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

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GP 128 134 262

MP 38 35 73

K 349 451 800

K/G 2.73 3.37 3.05

E 151 191 342

TA 871 1130 2001

Pct .227 .230 .229

A 36 24 60

A/G 0.28 0.18 0.23

SA 36 33 69

SA/G 0.28 0.25 0.26

SE 57 37 94

DIG 303 277 580

D/G 2.37 2.07 2.21

RE 45 45 90

BS 7 4 11

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball

BA 72 70 142

TB 79 74 153

B/G 0.62 0.55 0.58

BE 9 5 14

BHE Points 2 428.0 1 523.0 3 951.0


Returners

Lindsay

Cheatham MB/Opp • 6-3 • So. • Deerfield Beach, Fla.

#1

Middle Tennessee 2008: Added to the offense off the bench

… Had 53 kills in 42 sets for a .193 attack percentage … Recorded 28 blocks … Posted career -high 12 kills against UT-Arlington Sept. 13 … Also had career-high .857 attach percentage against UTA … Had four block assists twice.

Cheatham’s Career Highs Attacks: 20, vs. New Orleans (10/26/08) Kills: 12, at UT Arlington (9/13/08) Hitting Percentage: .857, at UT Arlington (9/13/08) Block Assists: 4, twice, last vs. New Orleans (10/26/08)

Personal

Lindsay Otissa Cheatham … Born on Nov. 11 … Daughter of Otis Cheatham and Sandra Burton … Undecided on a major.

Cardinal Gibbons HS

Named 2007 FHSAA 2nd Team All-State, 2007 Sun Sentinal First Team All-County … 2007 Miami Herald First Team All-County … Led Broward County in blocks and was top five in total kills … Also named the Cardinal Gibbons High School Most Valuable Player in 2007 … Also a three-year letterwinner in track and basketball … Named in Who’s Who Among American High School Students in 2005.

Getting to Know... Cheatham • My nickname is: Lindz. • My favorite movie is: Love and Basketball. • My favorite book is: Tuesdays with Morrie. • My favorite food is: Thanksgiving stuffing. • One thing people don’t know about me is: I love school. • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: basketball. • The person I most admire is: my high school coach, Louise Crocco. • One thing I do before each match is: zone out to my iPod. • My dream job would be: to own many businesses • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my toothbrush. • I wear No. 1 because: it was my club team number.

Peck on Cheatham: “Lindsay won a number of matches for us last year after replacing injured players. I feel this season she will increase her role and she is proficient at multiple positions.”

Cheatham’s Career Numbers Year 2008

GP MP K 42 16 53

K/G E 1.26 29

TA 123

Pct A .195 1

A/G SA 0.02 0

SA/G 0.00

SE DIG D/G 0 4 0.10

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RE 0

BS 2

BA 26

TB 28

B/G 0.67

BE 2

BHE Points 2 68.0

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Brynne

Henderson L • 5-4 • So. • Cincinnati, Ohio

#8

Middle Tennessee 2008: Played in all but two sets as a

Personal

Brynne Carolyn Henderson … Born on Sept. 25 … Daughter of Todd and Jean Henderson … Majoring in marketing.

freshman … Added depth to the defense, recording 186 digs averaging 1.41 per set … Had career-high 12 digs against Saint Louis on Nov. 29 … Recorded 24 service aces … Notched career high three service aces against Troy on Oct. 31.

Henderson’s Career Highs Kills: 1, twice, last at Purdue (12/6/08) Assists: 2, twice, last vs. UL-Monroe (10/25/08) Service Aces: 3, vs. Troy (10/31/08) Digs: 12, twice, last vs. St. Louis (11/29/08) Points: 3.0, twice, last at Purdue (12/6/08)

Ursuline Academy

Two-year letterwinner under head coach Jeni Case … Named to All-Tournament team in Northeastern Tournament … On Regional Finalist team in state tournament … Holds the school record for most digs in a single match and a single season.

Getting to Know... Henderson • My nickname is: B, Bryndessa, Franklin. • My favorite food is: italian. • My favorite book is: The five people you meet in heaven. • My favorite movie is: Lion King or Hook. • My favorite thing about Murfreesboro is: the people. • One thing people don’t know about me is: I may be short here but I am the tallest girl in my family. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my laptop. • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: football. • The person I admire most: my mom. • I wear No. 8 because: eight is great.

Peck on Henderson: “To have a freshman contribute as much to our team as Brynne did in 2008 is amazing. Her sophomore year will be even better – she’s more confident, more physical and more verbal on the court.” Henderson’s Career Numbers

Year 2008

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GP MP K 132 35 3

K/G E 0.02 6

TA 16

Pct A -.188 17

A/G SA 0.13 24

SA/G 0.18

SE DIG D/G 48 186 1.41

RE 31

BS 0

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball

BA 1

TB 1

B/G 0.01

BE 0

BHE Points 1 27.5


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Stacy

Oladinni MB/Opp • 6-0 • R-So. • La Vergne, Tenn.

#6

Middle Tennessee

Oladinni’s Career Highs Kills: 14, at Purdue (12/6/08) Attacks: 32, at Purdue (12/6/08) Hitting Percentage: .818, vs. Loyola-Marymount (9/6/08) Assists: 4, twice, last vs. St. Louis (11/29/08) Service Ace: 2, vs. Florida Atlantic (10/4/08) Block Assists: 9, vs. Florida International (11/7/08 Digs: 4, twice, last at Purdue (12/6/08) Points: 16, at Purdue (12/6/08)

2008: Played in all but two sets after redshirting as a freshman … Recorded 209 kills for a .263 attack percentage … Defensively, added assistance with 112 blocks … Had 34 digs and 31 assists … Had career-high 14 kills against Purdue on Dec. 6 … Posted career-high nine block assists against Florida International on Nov. 7.

and field ... All-District and leading scorer in county in basketball ... All-State and ninth in discus in track ... Who’s Who Among American High School Students, National Honor Roll.

Personal

Oyinlola Stacy Oladinni ... Born Oct. 21 ... Parents are Allen and Modupe Oladinni ... Majoring in biology.

2007: Took a redshirt.

La Vergne HS

Lettered in volleyball for four years under Brad Davis ... All-District MVP, All-County, First Team All-State ... Played in 58 matches senior year, accumulating 587 kills, 263 blocks and 41 service aces ... Also lettered three years in basketball, four years in track

Getting to Know... Oladinni • My nickname is: Nigerian Nightmare or Big O. • My favorite food is: ogbono soup. • My favorite movie is: Friday After Next • My favorite MT athlete is: Desmond Gee. • One thing I do before each match is: scream extremely loud to get hyped up for the match. • One thing people do not know about me is: I hate being tapped. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: snacks. • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: basketball. • My dream job would be: an emergency room physican. • I wear No. 6 because: it was the best of the numbers left over.

Peck on Oladinni: “Stacy continues to be the most outstanding blocker in our program and her offense and back-row defense are coming on strong.” Oladinni’s Career Numbers

Year 2008

GP MP K K/G E 132 35 209 1.58 88

TA 460

Pct A .263 31

A/G SA 0.23 3

SA/G 0.02

SE DIG D/G 6 34 0.26

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RE 1

BS 7

BA 105

TB 112

B/G 0.85

BE 16

BHE Points 8 271.5

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Newcomers Ashley

Courtney

Wilson

Adams-Williams OH/MB • 6-2 • Fr. San Luis Obispo, Calif.

S • 5-11 • R-Fr. Auburndale, Fla.

#7

Peck on Wilson:

“Once she gets back into the swing of things, Ashley will make big contributions to our program. She’s is an outstanding jumper, has great arm mechanics and can play multiple positions.”

San Luis Obispo HS

Middle Tennessee 2008: Took a redshirt. Kathleen HS

Named MVP as a senior … Received Second Team All-State and First Team All-County honors … As a junior, named Player of the Year, First Team All-County and MVP … Named Second Team All-County and MVP as a sophomore and All-District as a freshman … Also lettered in basketball and soccer.

Personal

Courtney Rae Wilson … Born on June 14 … Daughter of Greg and Kelly Wilson … Undecided on a major.

#3

“As Courtney learns our system, she is doing an increasingly better job of running our offense. I’m confident that with additional work she will be in the mix to take over for Leslie.”

Peck on Adams-Williams:

Getting to Know... Wilson • My nickname is: Corn-dawg. • One word to describe me on the court is: focused. • One word to describe me off the court is: goofy. • If I were on a reality TV show, it would be: The Amazing Race.

Received two Player of the Year honors … Named a Top-50 player as a senior … All-California Interscholastic Federation and Most Valuable Player twice … Four-year letterwinner in volleyball and basketball … Also lettered two years in track and field … Received Most Valuable Player honors twice in basketball … Named All-County track and field.

Personal

Ashley Nicole Adams-Williams ... Born on June 14 … Married to Mark Williams ... Has a son, Jaden ... Daughter of Steffanee Adams-Morgan and Nathan Getting to Know... Adams-Williams Morgan … Majoring in • My nickname is: Ashels, A-dub. mass communi- • My favorite TV show is: Desperate Housewives. cation. • On thing people don’t know about me is: I was a gymnast for 11 years. • The person I most admire is: my mom, she is the most amazing, hardworking person I’ve ever known.

Stephanie

#19

Morgan

Daniels

Peterson

MB • 5-9 • Fr. Nashville, Tenn.

S • 6-0 • Fr. Seymour, Tenn.

Peck on Daniels: “Stephanie is a tremendous athlete – with training I feel she will blossom into a very good player. She plays very high and is strong.”

#15

Peck on Peterson: “Morgan is in terrific shape, is very competitive and is very physically strong. We are anxious to begin teaching her our offensive system – I believe she will excel once that is done.”

Seymour HS

Hunters Lane HS Lettered in volleyball, basketball and track and field.

Personal

Born on December 14 … Daughter of Donald and Janice Daniels … Majoring in health education.

Named All-District and All-Region all four years … Named District MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior … Named All-State and Prep Xtra twice … Four-year letterwinner in volleyball and track … First female state pentathlete … Set school record in discus (116’7”), triple jump (33’3”) and hurdles (15.9) … As a senior, finished second in discus, third in high jump and fourth in pentathlon in the state … Valedictorian of her class.

Personal Getting to Know... Daniels • My nickname is: Twyxx. • My favorite movie is: Malibu’s Most Wanted, Finding Nemo, Napoleon Dynamite. • One thing I do before each match is: listen to the Cool Kids and Day 26. • The person I admire most is: my parents and Ashley Asberry.

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Morgan Kaley Peterson ... Born on December 26 … Daughter of Bill and Kelly Peterson … UndeGetting to Know... Peterson cided on a major … Mother, Kelly, • My favorite movie is: Finding Nemo. played volleyball • One thing people don’t know about me is: I took ballet for nine years and gymnastics for eight. at Tennessee • One thing I do before each match is: listen to music. Tech.

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball


Newcomers Halie

Jasmine

Tipton

Vannoy DS • 5-8 • Fr. Morristown, Tenn.

OH • 5-7 • Fr. Antioch, Tenn.

#10

Peck on Tipton: “Jas was a late addition for us and will surprise a lot of people. We are excited to have this athlete join us.”

#22

Peck on Vannoy: “Halie is another player that I think will play a big role for us, sooner rather than later. She is very focused on and off the court and her ball control is very good.”

Morristown East HS

Antioch HS

Named MVP all four years in volleyball and softball … Received All-Tournament and All-Region honors … Lettered in volleyball and softball … In softball, named All-District.

Personal

Jasmine Maria Tipton ... Daughter of Vielka Oglivie and Robert Tipton … Born on May 27 … Undecided on a major.

Named District MVP and IMAC Player of the Year as a senior ... Named All-Conference, All-District and All-Region all four years ... Four-year letterwinner in volleyball and softball ... Broke school records for most kills in a season (501), most blocks in a match, most aces in a match and season ... As a senior, recorded 501 kills, 31 assists, 572 digs, 73 blocks and 92 service aces ... For career, notched 1,142 kills, 68 assists, 307 service aces, 68 assists, 343 blocks and 1,520 digs ... Who’s Who Among American High School Students ... Petie Siler Best Female Athlete ... Wendy’s High School Heisman Tennesse State Semi-Finalist. Getting to Know... Vannoy

Personal Getting to Know... Tipton • • • •

My nickname is: J Tipp, Jazz or Tiptoe. My favorite movie is: Friday. My dream job would be: athletic trainer. One thing I do before each match is: get focused.

Halie Denise Vannoy ... Born on February 8 … Daughter of Donnie and Robin Vannoy … Majoring in finance.

• My nickname is: HV. • My favorite book is: books by Katee Angell. • One thing people don’t know about me is: I played in the Little League World Series twice. • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: softball.

Brandi

Alyssa

Waller

Wistrick OH/MB • 6-1 • Jr. Longview, Wash.

MB • 6-0 • Fr. New Albany, Ind.

#4 New Albany HS

Peck on Waller:

#5

“With Brandi Waller, we have potentially one of the best middles in the country. She is a perfect fit for our offense. She loves the fast tempo offense and her blocking is already very good.”

Received All-Conference honors all four years … Named All-State … Four-year letterwinner in volleyball and basketball and three-year letterwinner in track and field … In basketball named All-Conference and All-State all four years and named All-Conference three times in track and field.

Personal

Brandi Nicole Waller … Born on November 2… Daughter of Rick and Sandi Waller … Undecided on a major. Getting to Know... Waller • My nickname is: B-dub. • My favorite movie is: Love & Basketball and Stomp the Yard. • My favorite food is: ribs and macaroni & cheese • My favorite sport other than volleyball is: basketball.

Peck on Wistrick: “Alyssa can flat-out play. She is a great athlete, an accomplished volleyball player and a huge competitor. Plus she is very versatile on the court. She will make big contributions to our program immediately.”

Prior to Middle Tennessee

2008: Second Team All-America and First Team All-Region 18 ... Averaged 2.93 kills per set, had a hitting percentage of .472 and was second on team with 90 blocks. 2007: First Team All-America ... Led CSI to 10th-place finish in national tournament ... Ranked second in hitting percentage, third in kills per game.

R.A. Long HS

Two-sport athlete in volleyball and basketball ... Named First Team All-League and All-State as a senior ... Led team to district tournament and sixth-place finish in state tournament as a senior.

Personal

Alyssa Frances Wistrick … Daughter of Bruce Wistrick and Carolyn Kelly … Majoring in liberal studies.

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Getting to Know... Wistrick • My nickname is: Lys. • My favorite food is: sushi. • One thing I never forget on a road trip is: my pillow.

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Assoc. Commissioner Sports Admin.

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Assoc. Commissioner Media Relations

Asst. Commissioner Sports Admin.

Melissa Kristofak

Travis Llewellyn

Director of Media Relations

Anne Pufahl

Coordinator of Volleyball Officials

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While there are 31 NCAA conferences that sponsor multiple sports, the Sun Belt is one of only 11 to participate in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and Football Bowl Subdivision. The Sun Belt was formed in 1976 with six members competing in four men’s sports, and today comprises 13 institutions of higher learning while sponsoring 19 championship sports for men and women. The Sun Belt Conference enters its 34th season in 2009-10 with a proud history of athletic and academic success. The conference sponsors 10 women’s sports - basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball; and nine men’s sports – baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, swimming and diving, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Each of the 19 sports has seen numerous team and individual accomplishments, and nearly every Sun Belt Conference school is currently graduating its student-athletes at a rate higher than its respective school’s student body. All Sun Belt schools are committed to excellence in the 21st century, and facility upgrades and expansions are taking place on every campus. During the 2008-09 academic year alone, the Sun Belt Conference accomplished numerous feats. In the fall of 2008 Middle Tennessee, FIU and Western Kentucky University all represented the league in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament – the first time the Sun Belt has sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in volleyball and the second straight year the conference has sent multiple teams. Middle Tennessee advanced to the second round of the tournament, while WKU and FIU put forth strong and hard-fought efforts in the first round. The Sun Belt momentum continued in the sport of football as Florida Atlantic and Troy both earned bowl bids after impressive regular-season performances. It marked the third time in the league’s eight-year football history that two teams have received postseason nods. FAU marked its place in the history books when the Owls defeated Central Michigan in the Motor City Bowl, becoming the first SBC team to win back-to-back bowl games. In men’s basketball, WKU received its second straight bid to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament after winning the Sun Belt Conference Championship. On the women’s side, Middle Tennessee captured national attention with the help of standout junior Alysha Clark. The Blue Raiders spent time in the coaches’ poll top 25. The squad earned a spot in the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament as Sun Belt Conference champions and finished the season with an impressive 28-6 record. Clark’s consistent performances earned her the title of the nation’s leading scorer as she averaged 27.5 points per game. The Blue Raiders will look to continue their success in the 2009-10 season, and with every student-athlete returning, they will be poised to make another strong showing. There was no shortage of success in the Sun Belt’s spring sports in 2009, either. Three tennis teams represented the league in the NCAA Tennis Tournaments. The Middle Tennessee men’s team and FIU women’s team both earned their places in the national competition by winning their respective Sun Belt Conference championships. The Denver women’s squad received an at-large bid after building a 16-5 regular season record, marking their second straight appearance at the event. The 2009 Sun Belt Conference golf teams picked up right where they left off after an impressive 2008 season that saw two squads advance to the NCAA National Championship after top-10 finishes at their respective regional sites. The Sun Belt followed up the strong 2008 showing by sending three teams to the NCAA Regionals. Middle Tennessee and Denver were both selected to compete at the

regional events, marking the 10th consecutive year that the conference has sent two men’s teams to the postseason. The Denver women also received an automatic bid to the Regionals after taking home its sixth consecutive Sun Belt crown. A year after Louisiana-Lafayette reach the pinnacle of collegiate softball by advancing to the Women’s College World Series, the high level of competition within the conference during the 2009 softball season was clear evidence of the league’s increasing parity. Louisiana-Lafayette’s Ragin’ Cajuns took home their ninth Sun Belt Conference crown in 10 years, but they faced heavy opposition in the regular season and throughout the conference tournament. In baseball, the Sun Belt Conference has sent multiple teams to the NCAA tournament each year since 1988. The 21-year streak of having two or more teams reach NCAA play is matched by only four other conferences (ACC, Big West, SEC, Pac-10). Both WKU and Middle Tennessee represented the league in the NCAA Baseball Championships in 2009. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivsion coalition, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 17-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, Inc. in January of 2009 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Additionally, ESPN televised the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 29th straight season in 2009, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history. The Sun Belt Conference has also partnered with JumpTV Sports, Inc. to deliver a full-service, customized, public and premium website to provide fans with a broad range of real-time information and content about the conference’s athletic teams. The Sun Belt is one of the few conferences in the nation to provide video highlights and features on its website from each of the league’s respective championships. This technology serves as a great recruiting tool for schools by enabling anyone in the world with internet access to view the conference’s championship events. Fans in five different countries viewed the conference’s most recent soccer championship. The conference’s first 33 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985 (one of eight women’s Final Four appearances by Sun Belt schools: Old Dominion - 1983, 1985; WKU – 1985, 1986, 1992; Louisiana Tech – 1994, 1998, 1999). Sun Belt teams have also participated in the men’s NCAA Final Four (Charlotte 1977), the College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 2000), the women’s College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008), and have had 11 players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft.

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball


2009 Opponents Kansas

Murray State

Xavier

August 28 • 7:30 p.m.

August 29 • 1 p.m.

August 29 • 7:30 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................. Lawrence, Kan. Nickname ..................................................................... Jayhawks Colors . ........................................................... Crimson and Blue Conference ......................................................................... Big 12 TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ........ Horejsi Family Athletics Center (1,300) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 13-18 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ........................... 7-13 (T-Eighth) Starters Returning/Lost . ....................................... 5+libero/1 Head Coach ........................................................... Ray Bechard Alma Mater, Year . ......................... Fort Hays State, 1980 Record at School (Years) ............................. 174-160 (11) Career Record (Years).................................... 890-220 (24) Assistant Coaches ..Christi Possy, Ken Murczek, Kevin Buhr Volleyball SID ........................................Christine Dieckmann Office Phone ................................................. 785.864.7942 Office Fax ....................................................... 785.864.7944 Email ............................................................. cdieck@ku.edu Web Site . .............................................. www.kuathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..................................................................... Murray, Ky. Nickname ........................................................................... Racers Colors . ................................................................ Navy and Gold Conference .............................................................. Ohio Valley TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ............................................... Racer Arena(5,500) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 18-13 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ................................. 13-5/T-Third Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................... 4 + libero/2 Head Coach ................................................ David Schwepker Alma Mater, Year .............. Southeast Missouri State, 1987 Record at School (Years) ............................. 152-151 (11) Career Record (Years).................................... 165-226 (14) Assistant Coach . ............................................ DongPing Fang Volleyball SID .................................................. Teri LaJeunesse Office Phone ................................................. 270.809.3351 Office Fax ....................................................... 270.809.6814 Email .......................... teri.lajeunesse@murraystate.edu Web Site . .................................................. www.goracers.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ........................................................... Cincinnati, Ohio Nickname ................................................................. Musketeers Colors . ......................................... Navy Blue, Gray and White Conference ............................................................... Atlantic 10 TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ........................................ Cintas Center (10,250) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 16-15 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ......................... 8-5/Third (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................................... 6/1 Head Coach ......................................................... Floyd Deaton Alma Mater, Year . ................... West Liberty State, 1978 Record at School (Years) ............................. 391-234 (19) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches ........ Christi Utnage, Ben Rottinghaus Volleyball SID ..................................................... Jenna Willhoit Office Phone ................................................. 513.745.3691 Office Fax ....................................................... 513.745.2825 Email ................................................... willhoitj@xavier.edu Web Site . ................................................... www.goxavier.com

Georgia Tech

Northern Illinois September 5 • 2 p.m.

September 5 • 7 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................................. Atlanta Nickname ............................................................ Yellow Jackets Colors . ........................................................Old Gold and White Conference ......................................................... Atlantic Coast TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ........................................... O’Keefe Gym (2,000) 2008 Record .........................................................................20-10 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ..................................... 12-8/Sixth Starters Returning/Lost . ....................................... 4/3+libero Head Coach .......................................................Tonya Johnson Alma Mater, Year . ............................................... LSU, 1993 Record at School (Years) ..................................... First Year Career Record (Years).......................................... First Year Assistant Coaches ..........................Craig Bere, Ed Tolentino Volleyball SID ......................................................................... TBA Office Phone .................................................. 404.894.5445 Office Fax ........................................................ 404.894.1248 Email ............................. dbucgab@athletics.gatech.edu Web Site . ........................................ www.ramblinwreck.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...................................................................... DeKalb, Ill. Nickname ........................................................................ Huskies Colors . ......................................................... Cardinal and Black Conference ........................................... Mid-American (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ............................................ Victor E. Court (800) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 18-14 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ......................... 9-7/Third (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ....................................... 5+libero/2 Head Coach ........................................................... Ray Gooden Alma Mater, Year . .................................. Ohio State, 1994 Record at School (Years) ............................... 115-105 (7) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches Coley Pawlikowski, Dan Pawlikowski Volleyball SID .......................................................... Zach Peters Office Phone ................................................. 815.753.9572 Cell Phone . .................................................... 815.508.3375 Email ....................................................... zpeters2@niu.edu Web Site . .............................................. www.niuhuskies.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...........................................................Cedar Falls, Iowa Nickname ....................................................................... Panthers Colors . ..................................................... Purple and Old Gold Conference ....................................................... Missouri Valley TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ....................................... McLeod Center (7,293) 2008 Record ........................................................................... 25-9 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ................................... 13-5 /Third Starters Returning/Lost . ....................................... 4+libero/2 Head Coach .................................................... Bobbi Peterson, Alma Mater, Year . .......................... Northern Iowa, 1990 Record at School (Years) ..................................228-70 (9) Career Record (Years)...................................................Same Assistant Coaches ........................... Kalani Mahi, Kim Davis Volleyball SID .......................................................... Kara Moran Office Phone ................................................. 319.273.5455 Office Fax ........................................................ 319.273.3602 Email .................................................. kara.moran@uni.edu Web Site . ............................................ www.unipanthers.com

September 4 • 7 p.m.

Ohio

Albany

Northern Iowa

Miami

September 6 • 2 p.m.

September 11 • 11 a.m.

September 11 • 5 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..................................................................Athens, Ohio Nickname .........................................................................Bobcats Colors . ............................................. Hunter Green and White Conference ........................................................ Mid-American TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ........................... Convocation Center (13,080) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 24-8 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ...........................13-3/First (East) Starters Returning/Lost . ........................................5+libero/1 Head Coach ................................................................Ryan Theis Alma Mater, Year . ............ Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2000 Record at School (Years) ........................................24-8 (1) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches .................... Megan Keck, Kyle Weindel Volleyball SID ........................................................ Cory Walton Office Phone .................................................. 740.597.1837 Office Fax ........................................................ 740.597.1838 Email ...................................................... waltonc@ohio.edu Web Site . .......................................... www.ohiobobcats.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .....................................................................Albany, N.Y. Nickname ............................................................... Great Danes Colors . ............................................................. Purple and Gold Conference ........................................................ American East TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ........................ University Gymnasium (2,600) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 23-9 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . .......................................12-0/First Starters Returning/Lost . ........................................4+libero/2 Head Coach ...........................................................MJ Engstrom Alma Mater, Year . .................................. Minnesota, 1978 Record at School (Years) ........................................23-9 (1) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches ......... Ashlee Reed and Kimi Freeburg Volleyball SID ........................................... Brianna LaBrecque Office Phone .................................................. 518.442.5733 Office Fax ........................................................ 518.442.3139 Email ............................ blabrecque@uamail.albany.edu Web Site . ....................................... www.ualbanysports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .......................................................... Coral Gables, Fla. Nickname .................................................................. Hurricanes Colors . ........................................... Orange, Green and White Conference ......................................................... Atlantic Coast TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ..... James L. Knight Sports Complex (1,200) 2008 Record ........................................................................... 26-6 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ..................................12-1/T-Third Starters Returning/Lost . ........................................4+libero/2 Head Coach ....................................... Nicole Lantagne Welch Alma Mater, Year . .....................................Maryland, 1994 Record at School (Years) ...................................151-87 (8) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches ............................. Felix Hou, Laura Kuhn Volleyball SID .................................................. Bryan J. Harvey Office Phone .................................................. 305.284.3249 Office Fax ........................................................ 305.284.2807 Email .................................................. bharvey@miami.edu Web Site . .................................... www.hurricanesports.com

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2009 Opponents Florida State

UT-San Antonio

Rice

September 12 • 11a.m.

September 18 • 12 p.m.

September 18 • 6 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .............................................................Tallahassee, Fla. Nickname ................................................................... Seminoles Colors . ............................................................. Garnet and Gold Conference ......................................................... Atlantic Coast TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ........................... Lucy McDaniel Court (1,162) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 21-9 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ..................................... 13-7/Fifth Starters Returning/Lost . ............................................ 6/libero Head Coach ..............................................................Chris Poole Alma Mater, Year .................................... Arkansas Tech,1984 Record at School (Years) ....................................... 21-9 (1) Career Record (Years).................................... 571-239 (22) Assistant Coaches .................. Holly Watts, Gokhan Yilmaz Volleyball SID ...................................................Brandon Mellor Office Phone ................................................. 850.645.7683 Office Fax ....................................................... 850.644.3820 Email ..........................................................bmellor@fsu.edu Web Site . ............................................... www.seminoles.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................. Houston, Texas Nickname .............................................................................. Owls Colors . .................................................................. Blue and Gray Conference .................................................... Conference USA TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) .............................................. Autry Court (5,208) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 23-8 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . .................................... 12-4/Third Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................................... 4/2 Head Coach .......................................................... Genny Volpe Alma Mater, Year . .................................. Texas A&M, 1995 Record at School (Years) .................................... 90-61 (5) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches ................. Melissa Ferris, Russell Brock Volleyball SID ........................................................ Jay Jameson Office Phone ................................................. 713.348.8874 Office Fax ....................................................... 713.348.6019 Email ........................................................... jj7473@rice.edu Web Site . ................................................... www.riceowls.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .......................................................San Antonio, Texas Nickname .............................................................. Roadrunners Colors . .................................... Orange, Navy Blue and White Conference .................................................. Southland (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ............................. Convocation Center (4,080) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 19-12 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . .....................................11-5/Third Starters Returning/Lost . ....................................... 4+libero/2 Head Coach ................................... Laura Neugebauer-Groff Alma Mater, Year . ............................................ Texas, 1987 Record at School (Years) ............................... 112-111 (7) Career Record (Years).....................................368-173 (15) Assistant Coaches ............ Howard Wallace, Zheng Xiang Volleyball SID .................................................Brian Hernandez Office Phone ................................................. 210.458.4907 Office Fax ....................................................... 210.458.4569 Email ................................... brian.hernandez1@utsa.edu Web Site . ................................................... www.goUTSA.com

UAB

September 22 • 7 p.m.

Western Kentucky

September 19 • 12 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................... Seattle, Wash. Nickname ........................................................................ Huskies Colors . ............................................................. Purple and Gold Conference ........................................................................ Pac-10 TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ...................... Bank of America Arena (10,000) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 27-5 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ................................ 15-3/Second Starters Returning/Lost . ........................................6+libero/1 Head Coach ...................................................... Jim McLaughin Alma Mater, Year . .................... UC Santa Barbara, 1985 Record at School (Years) ...................................167-54 (8) Career Record (Years).....................................421-172 (19) Assistant Coaches ..................................... Leslie Tuiasosopo, ..........................................................Jose Gandra, Tom Murphy Volleyball SID ..................................................Michael Bruscas Office Phone .................................................. 206.543.2331 Office Fax ........................................................ 206.543.4668 Email ................................ mbruscas@u.washington.edu Web Site . ............................................... www.gohuskies.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................................................... Birmingham, Ala. Nickname .......................................................................... Blazers Colors . ......................................... Forest Green and Old Gold Conference .................................................... Conference USA TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) .......................................... Bartow Arena (8,500) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 27-8 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ............................... 13-3/Second Starters Returning/Lost . ...................................... 2/4+ libero Head Coach ............................................... Kerry Messersmith Alma Mater, Year . .............. Chadron State (Neb.), 1986 Record at School (Years) .................................... 78-28 (3) Career Record (Years).................................... 552-280 (21) Assistant Coaches ..................................... Lindsay Shondell, ......................................................... Ashley Adams, Casey Dent Volleyball SID .................................................. Tyson Mathews Office Phone ................................................. 205.996.2576 Office Fax ....................................................... 205.934.7505 Email ................................................... tmathews@uab.edu Web Site . ............................................... www.uabsports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...................................................... Bowling Green, Ky. Nickname ............................................................. Lady Toppers Colors . ................................................................. Red and White Conference ........................................................ Sun Belt (East) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ................................... E.A. Diddle Arena (7,326) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 26-10 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ........................ 12-5/Third (East) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................................... 4/3 Head Coach ........................................................ Travis Hudson Alma Mater, Year . ................... Western Kentucky, 1994 Record at School (Years) ............................. 324-154 (15) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches ......... Kristi Griffin, Megan Argabright Volleyball SID ......................................................... Kelly Oravet Office Phone ....................................................... 270.745.4298 Office Fax ....................................................... 270.745.3444 Email ................................................ kelly.oravet@wku.edu Web Site . ............................................... www.wkusports.com

Florida Atlantic

Florida International

Arkansas State

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................ Boca Raton, Fla. Nickname .............................................................................. Owls Colors . .................................................................... Blue and Red Conference ........................................................ Sun Belt (East) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) .................................... FAU Gymnasium (5,000) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 12-17 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ........................ 5-12/Sixth (East) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................................... 2/4 Head Coach ............................................................. Jody Brown Alma Mater, Year . ................................... Graceland, 1985 Record at School (Years) ............................. 203-194 (14) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coach . .................................................. Matt Huskey Volleyball SID ................................................... Justin Johnson Office Phone ................................................. 561.297.3513 Office Fax ....................................................... 561.297.3963 Email ...................................................... jjohn218@fau.edu Web Site . ................................................. www.fausports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...................................... University Park, Miami, Fla. Nickname ....................................................... Golden Panthers Colors . .................................................................. Blue and Gold Conference ........................................................ Sun Belt (East) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ...................................... Pharmed Arena (5,000) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 28-7 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ......................... 15-2/ First (East) Head Coach ....................................................... Danijela Tomic Alma Mater, Year . ............................................ UALR, 1999 Record at School (Years) .................................... 86-36 (4) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches ........... Trevor Theroulde, David Garcia Volleyball SID ......................................................................... TBA Office Phone ................................................. 305.348.6024 Office Fax ....................................................... 305.348.2963 Email ....................................................................................TBA Web Site . .................................................. www.fiusports.com

Washington

October 2 • 6 p.m. November 6 • 7 p.m.

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October 4 • 6 p.m. November 7 • 7 p.m.

September 25 • 7 p.m. October 20 • 7 p.m.

October 9 • 7 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................ Jonesboro, Ark. Nickname ................................................................. Red Wolves Colors . ............................................................ Scarlet and Black Conference ....................................................... Sun Belt (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ........................... Convocation Center (10,727) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 21-12 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ................... 10-8/Fourth (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................... 5 + libero/1 Head Coach ......................................................... Justin Ingram Alma Mater, Year . .................................. Iowa State, 1995 Record at School (Years) ..................................... First Year Career Record (Years)........................................... First Year Assistant Coaches ................................................... Julie Allen Volleyball SID ...................................................... Katey Buckley Office Phone ................................................. 870.972.2541 Office Fax ....................................................... 870.972.3367 Email .................................. kathryn.buckley@astate.edu Web Site . ................................... www.astateredwolves.com

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball


2009 Opponents UALR

North Texas

Denver

October 11 • 1 p.m.

October 16 • 7 p.m.

October 18 • 1 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................ Little Rock, Ark. Nickname .......................................................................... Trojans Colors . ............................................ Silver, Black, and Maroon Conference ....................................................... Sun Belt (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) .......................... Jack Stephens Center (5,600) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 24-8 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . .................. 13-5/Second (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ....................................... 3/3+libero Head Coach ........................................................ Van Compton Alma Mater .................................................. Arkansas State Record at School (Years) ............................. 376-256 (20) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coach . ................................................. Todd Bourdo Volleyball SID ............................................... Brandy Sweeden Office Phone ................................................. 501.683.7003 Office Fax ....................................................... 501.683.7002 Email .............................................. bmsweeden@ualr.edu Web Site . .......................................... www.UALRTrojans.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................... Denton, Texas Nickname ............................................................... Mean Green Colors . ................................................ Green, White and Black Conference ....................................................... Sun Belt (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ................ North Texas Volleyball Center (600) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 6-25 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ...................... 4-14/Sixth (West) Starters Returning/Lost . .................................... 6 + Libero/0 Head Coach ..................................................... Cassie Headrick Alma Mater, Year . ............... Arkansas-Little Rock, 1995 Record at School (Years) ............................... 121-168 (9) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches . Harvey Sanders, Jessica Hulsebosch Volleyball SID ............................................... Stephen Howard Office Phone ................................................. 940.369.8548 Office Fax ....................................................... 940.565.3671 Email ...................................................... showard@unt.edu Web Site . ............................... www.MeanGreenSports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................................................. Denver, Colo. Nickname ....................................................................... Pioneers Colors . .......................................................... Crimson and Gold Conference ....................................................... Sun Belt (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ......................... Hamilton Gymnasium (2,500) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 25-7 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ........................ 14-4/First (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................................... 4/3 Head Coach ........................................................... Beth Kuwata Alma Mater, Year . ......................................... Denver, 1988 Record at School (Years) ............................. 211-186 (13) Career Record (Years).................................... 238-219 (15) Assistant Coaches ................. Todd Nelson, Brook Coulter Volleyball SID .......................................................Nicole Dupes Office Phone ....................................................... 303.871.4990 Office Fax ....................................................... 303.871.3890 Email ................................................ nicole.dupes@du.edu Web Site . .................................... www.denverpioneers.com

Louisiana-Lafayette

Louisiana-Monroe October 24 • 7 p.m.

October 26 • 7 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................................................. Lafayette, La. Nickname .............................................................. Ragin’ Cajuns Colors . ..................................................... Vermilion and White Conference ....................................................... Sun Belt (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ................................... Earl K. Long Gym (1,121) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 8-20 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ....................... 5-13/Fifth (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................................... 4/3 Head Coach .................................................. Heather Mazeitis Alma Mater, Year ............................Central Oklahoma, 2001 Record at School (Years) ....................................... 8-20 (1) Career Record (Years).................................... 239-272 (14) Assistant Coaches ............................... George Hagemaster, ....................................................................... Cristian Matochi Volleyball SID ........................................................ John Strawn Office Phone ................................................. 337.851.6529 Office Fax ....................................................... 337.482.6649 Email .............................................. jstrawn@louisiana.edu Web Site . ........................................... www.RaginCajuns.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .................................................................... Monroe, La. Nickname .................................................................... Warhawks Colors . ........................................................... Maroon and Gold Conference ....................................................... Sun Belt (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ................................. ULM Activity Center (500) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 1-31 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ................ 0-18/Seventh (West) Starters Returning/Lost . .................................................... 6 /1 Head Coach ........................................................ John Schmidt Alma Mater, Year . ................................. Texas State, 1997 Record at School (Years) ....................................... 7-91 (4) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coaches ........ Natalie Rawson, Maegan Martin Volleyball SID .................................................. Steven Schauer Office Phone ................................................. 318.342.5461 Office Fax ....................................................... 318.342.5464 Email ................................ schauesr@warhawks.ulm.edu Web Site . ........................................... www.ulmathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .......................................................... New Orleans, La. Nickname .................................................................... Privateers Colors . .......................................... Royal Blue, Silver, and Red Conference ....................................................... Sun Belt (West) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ............. Human Performance Center (1,200) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 22-10 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . .............. 13-5/T-Second (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................................... 5/2 Head Coach ....................................................... Jozsef Forman Alma Mater, Year . ............. Hungarian University, 1989 Record at School (Years) .................................... 38-26 (2) Career Record (Years).................................................. Same Assistant Coach . ....................................... Tieming “James” Li Volleyball SID ...................................................... Jason Plotkin Office Phone ................................................. 504.280.6284 Office Fax ....................................................... 504.280.7240 Email ....................................................... jplotkin@uno.edu Web Site . ........................................ www.unoprivateers.com

October 23 • 5 p.m.

South Alabama

Troy

November 1 • 7 p.m. November 15 • 7:00 p.m.

October 31 • 7 p.m. November 14 • 7 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .................................................................... Mobile, Ala. Nickname ......................................................................... Jaguars Colors . ..................................................... Red, White, and Blue Conference ........................................................ Sun Belt (East) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ................................................. Jaguar Gym (400) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 11-15 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ..................... 5-12/Fourth (East) Starters Returning/Lost . ...................................................... 4/2 Head Coach ...................................................... Nicole Keshock Alma Mater, Year . ......................... Bowling Green, 1994 Record at School (Years) .................................. 43-116 (6) Career Record (Years).................................... 109-243 (13) Assistant Coaches ............................ Yana Ninova-Johnson, ......................................................................... Karen Freeburg Volleyball SID ...................................................... Kevin Beasley Office Phone ................................................. 251.414.8033 Office Fax ....................................................... 251.460.7297 Email ........................................... kbeasley@usouthal.edu Web Site . .............................................. www.usajaguars.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................................................................... Troy, Ala. Nickname .......................................................................... Trojans Colors . ........................................... Cardinal, Silver, and Black Conference ........................................................ Sun Belt (East) TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) ............................................ Trojan Arena (4,000) 2008 Record ........................................................................ 13-19 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ....................... 4-13 /Sixth (East) Starters Returning/Lost . ...................................... 3+ libero/3 Head Coach ................................................. Sonny Kirkpatrick Alma Mater, Year . ................................... Lycoming, 1988 Record at School (Years) .................................... 36-60 (3) Career Record (Years).................................... 268-254 (16) Assistant Coach . .............................................. Jenny Michael Volleyball SID .......................................................Travis Jarome Office Phone .................................................. 334.670.5654 Office Fax ........................................................ 334.670.5665 Email ........................................................ tjarome@troy.edu Web Site . .............................................. www.troytrojans.com

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New Orleans

Saint Louis

November 30 • Noon GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................................................. St. Louis, Mo. Nickname ........................................................................ Billikens Colors . .....................................................Royal Blue and White Conference ............................................................. Atlantic Ten TEAM INFORMATION Arena (Cap.) Bauman-Eberhardt Athletic Center (2,200) 2008 Record .......................................................................... 29-5 2008 Conf. Record/Finish . ........................ 13-0/First (West) Starters Returning/Lost . ..................................... 5 + libero/1 Head Coach .......................................................... Anne Kordes Alma Mater, Year . .................................... Louisville, 1998 Record at School (Years) .................................. 103-54 (5) Career Record (Years)...................................................Same Assistant Coaches ............................................... Kyle Walton, ..................................................... Corey Arbini, Angela Powers Volleyball SID ................................................ Heather Freehill Office Phone ................................................. 314.977.7063 Office Fax ....................................................... 314.977.3178 Email ........................................................ hfreehill@slu.edu

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All-Time Series Records Team Akron Alabama UAB Ala.-Huntsville Albany App. State Arkansas Arkansas St. UALR Arizona Auburn Austin Peay Belmont Bellarmine Berry Birm.-Southern Bowling Green Bradley Brescia Brigham-Young Bryan Butler Campbell Carson-New. Central Arkansas Central Fla. Chicago State Christian Bros. Cincinnati Clemson Colorado State Connecticut Covenant Creighton Cumberland Davidson DePaul Denver Duke East Tennessee E. Illinois E. Kentucky E. Michigan Evansville Fisk Florida Atlantic Florida Int’l Florida State Freed-Hardeman Fresno State George Wash. Georgia State Georgia Tech Harding Hawai’i Henderson State Hofstra Idaho Ill.-Chicago Indiana Indiana State

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L 4 6 9 0 0 1 2 7 6 1 1 32 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 3 5 21 1 8 0 2 4

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First Last Pct. Mtg Mtg .000 1982 1986 .000 1991 1998 .100 1982 2002 1.000 1986 1986 1.000 2006 2006 .750 1991 2006 .000 1984 2001 .562 1992 2008 .333 2000 2008 .000 1998 1998 .500 1994 2002 .333 1979 2002 .857 1998 2002 .000 1981 1982 1.000 1977 1977 1.000 2002 2002 .000 1996 1996 .000 2001 2001 1.000 1987 1987 .000 2007 2007 .500 1979 1985 .000 1996 1996 1.000 1995 1995 .000 1977 1977 .000 1989 1989 .000 1995 1995 1.000 1993 2002 .833 1981 1989 .000 1994 1994 .000 1991 1991 .000 1998 1998 1.000 2007 2008 1.000 1979 1982 .500 2006 2007 1.000 1987 1991 1.000 1996 1996 1.000 1999 1999 .555 2000 2008 1.000 2008 2008 .400 1977 1997 .167 1996 1999 .125 1984 1999 .000 1999 1999 .273 1987 2002 1.000 1982 1987 .750 1993 2008 .733 1998 2008 First Meeting 1.000 1989 1989 .000 2004 2004 .000 1995 1995 1.000 2007 2007 .000 1990 2004 .000 1989 1989 1.000 2007 2007 1.000 1987 1987 1.000 2007 2007 1.000 2007 2008 1.000 2006 2006 .000 1994 1998 .000 1989 1989

Iowa State 2 IPFW 0 Jacksonville 0 Jacksonville State 0 James Madison 0 Kansas 0 Kent 1 Kentucky 1 Kentucky State 1 Lambuth 1 La Salle 0 La.-Lafayette 4 La.-Monroe 3 Lipscomb 1 Louisiana Tech 0 Louisville 2 Long Beach State 0 Long Island 1 Loyola-Marymt 1 Marshall 1 Maryville 1 Maryville (TN) 3 UMass 0 Memphis 3 Mercer 2 Miami Miami (Ohio) 2 Mississippi 0 Mississippi Coll. 1 Mississippi State 0 Miss. U./Wmn 1 Missouri 0 Missouri State 1 Montana State 1 Montevallo 0 Morehead State 7 Murray State 10 Nebraska 0 New Mexico State 1 New Orleans 4 Nicholls State 0 North Alabama 1 UNC Asheville 2 UNC Charlotte 0 UNC Greensboro 1 Northeastern 1 North Texas 4 NE Illinois 1 NW Missouri 0 Northern Illinois Northern Iowa 0 Northwestern 1 Ohio 0 Ohio State 0 Oklahoma 2 Oral Roberts 3 Oregon State 1 Pepperdine 0 Princeton 1 Providence 1 Purdue 0 Radford 1 Rice

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1.000 2007 2008 .000 2004 2004 .000 1991 1991 .000 1986 1986 .000 1979 1997 .000 2001 2001 1.000 1995 1995 .333 1987 2004 1.000 1987 1987 1.000 1987 1987 .000 1999 1999 .667 2000 2008 1.000 2006 2008 .000 2005 2008 .000 2000 2000 .500 1987 2007 .000 2006 2006 1.000 2007 2007 1.000 2008 2008 1.000 2006 2006 1.000 1987 1987 .750 1979 1986 .000 1996 1996 .375 1984 2004 1.000 1995 2000 First Meeting 1 .667 2001 2008 2 .000 1992 1996 0 1.000 1986 1986 2 .000 1984 2000 1 .500 1982 1989 1 .000 1993 1993 3 .250 1997 2007 0 1.000 2007 2007 1 .500 1990 1990 23 .233 1982 1995 27 .263 1979 1999 1 .000 2006 2006 5 .167 2000 2004 7 .363 1989 2007 2 .000 1990 1995 11 .083 1982 1986 0 1.000 1999 2000 1 .500 2001 2001 0 1.000 2002 2002 0 1.000 2007 2007 3 .571 2000 2007 0 1.000 1992 1992 1 .000 1979 1979 First Meeting 1 .000 2000 2000 0 1.000 1992 1992 2 .000 1997 2008 1 .000 2006 2006 0 1.000 2001 2007 0 1.000 1991 1993 0 1.000 2007 2007 1 .000 2000 2000 0 1.000 1995 1995 1 .500 1996 2001 2 .000 2002 2008 0 1.000 2006 2006 First Meeting

Robert Morris 1 0 1.000 1995 1995 St. Francis (Ill.) 0 1 .000 1993 1993 St. Louis 1 3 .250 1993 2008 St. Mary’s (CA) 1 0 1.000 2006 2006 Sam Houston 0 1 .000 1990 1990 Samford 10 5 .667 1984 2001 San Francisco 0 1 .000 1996 1996 South Alabama 11 0 1.000 2000 2008 S. Carolina St. 1 0 1.000 2008 2008 South Dakota St. 1 0 1.000 2008 2008 South Florida 0 1 .500 1993 1993 SE Missouri 1 21 .045 1986 2008 S. Indiana 1 1 .500 1991 1992 Southern Miss. 0 1 .000 1994 1994 SW Baptist 1 0 1.000 1979 1979 SW Texas 0 1 .000 1996 1996 SW Louisiana 1 0 1.000 1996 1996 Stephen F. Austin 1 0 1.000 2007 2007 Syracuse 1 1 .500 1997 2006 Temple 1 0 1.000 2006 2006 Tennessee 0 7 .000 1979 2002 Tennessee State 33 1 .971 1986 2001 Tenn. Tech 13 30 .348 1977 1999 UAB 1 0 1.000 2007 2007 UT-Chattanooga 22 10 .688 1977 2004 UT-Martin 10 18 .379 1979 1999 UT-Arlington 2 0 1.000 2007 2008 UT-El Paso 0 2 .000 1993 2005 UT-Pan Am. 1 0 1.000 1995 1995 UT-San Antonio First Meeting Toledo 0 1 .000 2004 2004 Towson State 1 0 1.000 1995 1995 Trevecca 13 0 1.000 1977 1990 Troy 7 2 .778 1987 2008 Tulane 2 4 .333 1991 2008 Valparaiso 0 1 .000 1999 1999 Vanderbilt 3 0 1.000 1979 1981 Virginia 0 1 .000 2000 2000 Va. Comm. 1 0 1.000 2001 2001 Virginia Tech 1 0 1.000 1979 1979 Wake Forest 0 1 .000 2001 2001 Washington First Meeting W. Carolina 1 0 1.000 2002 2002 W. Illinois 2 1 .667 1997 2004 W. Kentucky 9 26 .257 1982 2008 W. Michigan 0 1 .000 2004 2004 Wichita State 1 1 .500 1997 2001 Wofford 1 0 1.000 2000 2000 Wright State 0 1 .000 2000 2000 Wyoming 0 1 .000 2002 2002 Xavier (Ohio) 1 2 .333 1990 2008 Youngstown St. 4 2 .667 1982 1987 *Total 338 428 .441 1977 2008 * actual record 395-428 includes wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball


2008 Season Recap Middle Tennessee began the 2008 For the weekend, the Blue Raidseason 3-0 after taking wins over Idaho, ers posted a hitting percentage of Southeast Missouri State and South Da.348 with 171 kills, averaging 14.25 kota State to win the Middle Tennessee kills per set. Middle Tennessee also Invitational. Senior Ashley Asberry was had 27.5 total blocks as a team avernamed MVP of the tournament while aging 2.29 per set. juniors Ashley Mead and Sasha McG No. 14 Middle Tennessee lost lothin received all-tournament honors. its first match of the 2008 season Middle Tennessee improved to 6-0 as Ohio took the match 3-0. The after defeating Lipscomb, Iowa State Blue Raiders hit in the negative as a and Loyola-Marymount 3-0. Junior team, -0.44, with 26 kills and 30 erLeslie Clark was named MVP of the rors. Middle Tennessee also had just tournament and was joined on the six team blocks compared to 14 by all-tournament team by senior AshOhio. For the second straight season the Blue Raiders ley Asberry, junior Ashley Waugh and Senior Ashley Asberry scored won at least nine matches to begin the season. sophomore Izabela Kozon. The Blue three of Middle Tennessee’s last five Raiders knocked down 125 kills averaging 13.89 per set. The points to seal a 3-2 win over Xavier on Friday night. Asberry squad also had 18.5 blocks on the weekend averaging 2.06 per ended the night with 13 kills as she hit .423 in the match. set. Middle Tennessee had just eight reception errors in the Middle Tennessee battled Tulane on Sunday but could not three matches with 133 total digs and 15 service aces. pull out the win falling 3-2 as the match came down to the Middle Tennessee remained undefeated with wins over wire. The Blue Raiders won the race to eight in the fifth set South Carolina State, UT-Arlington and Duke. The No. 13 Blue taking a 7-6 lead on a kill by Asberry and then made it 8-6 Raiders defeated the first two opponents easily 3-0 and 3-1 after an attack error by Tulane. Middle Tennessee continued respectively but the Blue Devils were a different story. to play well and took an 11-8 lead after a kill by freshman Middle Tennessee trailed 2-0 to Duke before rallying to win Stacy Oladinni and a block by Oladinni and freshman Lindsey the match. Clark and sophomore Izabela Kozon were each Cheatham. named to the all-tournament team after guiding the Blue After taking a time out, the Green Wave scored four unRaiders in the win and posting career highs. Clark had 66 asanswered points to take a 12-11 lead. Middle Tennessee and sists which is a career-high for her while Kozon had a careerTulane continued to battle and with the match tied at 14 the high 22 kills. Junior Ashley Mead also posted a career-high in Green Wave pulled out a 16-14 win taking the match on a kills with 21. service ace. “I think in the difference in this match was we had a simple “We had many opportunities to win the match especially game plan for Duke and could not execute it. It had nothing in game 5 and an experienced team like Tulane capitalized on to do with Duke, it had to do with our serving and blocking,” our mistakes,” Peck said. head coach Matt Peck said. “At the end of the second set I told No. 23 Middle Tennessee lost its first Sun Belt conference the girls I’m not sure you can turn this match around. As you match to rival Western Kentucky 3-1. The Blue Raiders won notice in games three, four, and five we started hitting our the first set 25-16 but the Lady Toppers prevailed, shutting short serves but we started getting them out of system. That down Middle Tennessee for the win. changed the whole complexion of the match and gave us a lot After going 1-3 in its last four matches the Blue Raiders of confidence.” started to turn things around with wins over Florida Interna tional and Florida Atlantic in the second week of conference action. The Blue Raiders went 3-1 to round out play with the West Division teams with wins over UL-Lafayette and UL-Monroe but lost the final match of the week to New Orleans. Middle Tennessee pulled out a 3-2 (25-27, 23-25, 25-20, 25-17, 15-11) win after trailing 0-2 to begin the match as it defeated rival Western Kentucky. “Against Western Kentucky, Ashley Asberry started to take control of the match and while I don’t think it was one of her best offensive matches she really stepped it up on the block. She did a nice job stepping up in leading the team. She is a very competitive and emotional player and never gave up. She truly loves competing in whatever she is doing and tonight was her night to win a big match for us. She did a lot to really help us win that match,” Peck said. Ashley Asberry posted a stellar senior campaign, putting her first Middle Tennessee trailed 0-2 in its second match of the seaon the career list for block assists with 556. Asberry was a Honorson with FIU and while it forced the fifth set could not close it able Mention All-America and First Team All-Sun Belt in 2008.

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2008 Season Recap out. It was the first time since 2006 the Blue Raiders have lost three regular season conference matches. Middle Tennessee was the second seed headed into the SBC Championships in Miami. The Blue Raiders took care of business in the first round defeating seventh-seeded Arkansas State 3-0. Sixth seeded Western Kentucky proved to be a little more difficult in the semi-finals on Friday. The Hilltoppers took a 3-0 win to advance to the championship game and beat New Orleans 3-0 to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. Neither Western Kentucky or Middle Tennessee had double-digit kills or digs in the match Junior Ashley Mead led the team in kills with nine, block assists with four and tied for

Christa Harmotto being named CVU Blocker of the Year. The Murfreesboro, Tenn., native ended the 2008 season with 185 total blocks averaging 1.39 per set. This put Asberry 14th on the NCAA list for blocks per set. Clark is first on the all-time career assists list after recording 43 assists against Troy. The Olathe, Kan., native now has 4,354 assists as she passed Megan Sumrell who held the record with 4,020. Clark is just the second Blue Raider in history to reach 4,000 assists in a career. Asberry recorded seven block assists against South Alabama on Nov. 1 to reach 500 block assists in her career. Asberry ended her career with 556 block assists and 599 total blocks.

2008 Sun Belt Conference Regular Season Final Standings

The Blue Raiders competed in their third consecutive NCAA Tournament after receiving and at-large bid.

second in digs with four. Middle Tennessee received its first ever at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. It was the third consecutive year the Blue Raiders competed in the NCAA Tournament after receiving the Sun Belt automatic bid the previous two years. “Last year everyone was surprised we got two teams in the tournament. We deserve it. Our conference has improved tremendously in the last two years. Denver had the possibility of getting in as well I think. Us, Western Kentucky and FIU are all in a good position to do well I think,” Peck said. It was the first time in three years the Blue Raiders did not go to Louisville, Ky., but did not escape the Cardinals as they were also at Purdue for the first/second rounds. Middle Tennessee lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament 3-2 to No. 17 Purdue. The Blue Raiders defeated Miami (Ohio) 3-2 in the first round to advance to the second round for the third straight year. Middle Tennessee played seven teams (Duke, Florida International, Iowa State, Ohio, St. Louis, Tulane, Western Kentucky) in the 64-team NCAA Tournament. The Blue Raiders had a 4-6 record against teams in the 2008 NCAA Tournament. Senior Ashley Asberry and junior Leslie Clark were named Honorable Mention All-America as announced by the American Coaches Association. This is the second honor for Asberry while this is the first for Clark. Senior Ashley Asberry was named Honorable Mention Blocker of the Year by College Volleyball Update. Asberry was one of four players to receive the honor with Penn State’s

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Eastern Division Florida International Middle Tennessee Western Kentucky South Alabama Florida Atlantic Troy

SBC 15-2 14-3 12-5 5-12 5-12 4-13

Pct. .882 .824 .705 .294 .294 .235

Overall 28-7 27-8 26-10 11-15 12-17 13-19

Pct. .800 .771 .722 .423 .440 .406

Western Division Denver UALR New Orleans Arkansas State Louisiana-Lafayette North Texas Louisiana-Monroe

SBC 14-4 13-5 13-5 10-8 5-13 4-14 0-18

Pct. .778 .722 .722 .556 .278 .222 .000

Overall 25-7 24-8 22-10 21-12 8-20 6-25 1-30

Pct. .781 .750 .688 .636 .286 .194 .032

2008 Sun Belt Conference Honors and Awards First Team

Second Team

Amila Barakovic, UALR Emmy Davidsmeyer, Denver Yarimar Rosa, FIU Ashley Asberry, Middle Tennessee Leslie Clark, Middle Tennessee Dobrilla Kovacevic, New Orleans Lindsey Loyd, New Orleans Megan Argabright, WKU

Anita Bucur, UALR Cayla Fielder, Arkansas State Holly Benson, Denver Natalia Valentin, FIU Isadora Rangel, FIU Izabela Kozon, Middle Tennessee Brittany Bowen, WKU Julia Noe, WKU

Newcomer of the Year: Isadora Rangel Freshman of the Year: Cayla Fielder Defensive Player of the Year: Amy Hafner Player of the Year: Yarimar Rosa Coach of the Year: Danielja Tomic

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball


2008 Final Statistics Overall Record: 27-8 • Sun Belt: 14-3 • Home: 14-2 • Away: 9-4 • Neutral: 4-2

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Player G K K/S E TA Pct. A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Tot. B/S BE BHE Pts. 3 Asberry, Ashley 133 412 3.10 97 710 .444 6 0.05 16 40 0.12 0 50 0.38 15 170 185 1.39 15 0 528.0 16 Yancey, Janay 98 130 1.33 38 250 .368 4 0.04 0 2 0.00 1 9 0.09 10 86 96 0.98 13 3 183.0 2 0.12 0 1 0.00 0 5 0.31 1 9 10 0.62 7 0 40.5 20 McGlothin, Sasha 16 35 2.19 12 68 .338 6 Oladinni, Stacy 132 209 1.58 88 460 .263 31 0.23 3 6 0.02 1 34 0.26 7 105 112 0.85 16 8 271.5 14 Clark, Leslie 134 93 0.69 34 247 .239 1534 11.45 35 47 0.26 1 239 1.78 9 74 83 0.62 15 23 174.0 23 Mead, Ashley 121 402 3.32 176 982 .230 8 0.07 5 8 0.04 0 71 0.59 6 41 47 0.39 9 1 433.5 9 Kozon, Izabela 134 451 3.37 191 1130 .230 24 0.18 33 37 0.25 45 277 2.07 4 70 74 0.55 5 1 523.0 1 Cheatham, Lindsey 42 53 1.26 29 123 .195 1 0.02 0 0 0.00 0 4 0.10 2 26 28 0.67 2 2 68.0 4 12 12 1.00 7 32 .156 1 0.08 2 2 0.17 0 0 0.00 0 1 1 0.08 0 1 14.5 Elebute, Tosin 2 Waugh, Ashley 134 3 0.02 2 21 .048 38 0.28 15 31 0.11 43 469 3.50 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 18.0 128 1 0.01 2 7 -.143 22 0.17 18 61 0.14 26 193 1.51 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 19.0 21 Brush, Katie 8 Henderson, Brynne 132 3 0.02 6 16 -.188 17 0.13 24 48 0.18 31 186 1.41 0 1 1 0.01 0 1 27.5 29 0 0.00 1 1 -1.000 6 0.21 2 6 0.07 1 21 0.72 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 2.0 12 Britton, Lauren TEAM 12 MIDDLE TENNESSEE.... 134 1804 13.46 683 4047 .277 1694 12.64 153 289 1.14 161 1558 11.63 54 583 345.5 2.58 82 43 2302.5 Opponents........... 134 1430 10.67 803 4099 .153 1316 9.82 162 250 1.21 153 1243 9.28 75 351 250.5 1.87 51 41 1842.5

Results

Team Statistics

MT

OPP

ATTACK Kills...........................................1804 1430 Errors.......................................... 683 803 Total Attacks..........................4047 4099 Attack Pct................................ .277 .153 Kills/Set.................................... 13.5 10.7 SET Assists......................................1694 1316 Assists/Set............................... 12.6 9.8 SERVE Aces............................................ 153 162 Errors.......................................... 289 250 Aces/Set......................................1.1 1.2 SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors.......................................... 161 153 Errors/Set....................................1.2 1.1 DEFENSE Digs..........................................1558 1243 Digs/Set................................... 11.6 9.3 BLOCKING Block Solo....................................54 75 Block Assist.............................. 583 351 Total Blocks...........................345.5 250.5 Blocks Per Game......................2.6 1.9 Block Errors.................................82 51 Ball handling errors......43 41 ATTENDANCE Total..........................................8391 6524 Dates/Avg Per Date.........16/524 13/502 Neutral site #/Avg.................6/78 Current win streak...................... 0 Home win streak......................... 1 -

Date @ Aug 29 @ Aug 30 @ Aug 30 % Sep 05 % Sep 05 % Sep 06 ! Sep 12 ! Sep 13, ! Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 19 Sep 21 * Sep 26 * Oct 03 * Oct 04 * Oct 10 * Oct 12 * Oct 16 * Oct 18 * Oct 20 * Oct 24 * Oct 25 * Oct 26 * Oct 31 * Nov 01 * Nov 07 * Nov. 8 * Nov 13 * Nov 15 $ Nov 20 $ Nov 21 Nov 28 Nov 28 # Dec 05 # Dec 06

Opponent W/L IDAHO W SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ST W SOUTH DAKOTA STATE W LIPSCOMB W IOWA STATE W LOYOLA-MARYMOUNT W vs South Carolina State W at UT Arlington W vs Duke W at Ohio L at Xavier W vs Tulane L at WKU L FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL W FLORIDA ATLANTIC W at Arkansas State W at UALR W at North Texas W at Denver W WKU W UL-LAFAYETTE W UL-MONROE W NEW ORLEANS L at Troy Trojans W at South Alabama W at Florida International L at Florida Atlantic W TROY TROJANS W SOUTH ALABAMA W vs Arkansas State W vs WKU L #22 ST. LOUIS L CONNECTICUT W vs Miami (Ohio) W at #17 Purdue L

Score Score-By-Game 3-1 25-20, 23-25, 25-20, 25-23 3-0 25-14, 25-21, 25-20 3-1 22-25, 25-20, 25-17, 25-19 3-0 25-19,25-16,25-21 3-0 25-21,25-22,25-22 3-0 25-19,25-22,25-15 3-0 25-16,25-11,25-18 3-1 25-16,18-25,25-18,25-21 3-2 20-25,15-25,25-14,25-22,15-9 0-3 13-25,15-25,22-25 3-2 26-24,24-26,19-25,25-18,15-10 2-3 25-19,18-25,22-25,25-21,14-16 1-3 25-16,23-25,21-25,16-25 3-1 25-18,23-25,25-21,25-17 3-0 25-14,25-15,26-24 3-1 23-25,25-12,25-22,25-19 3-1 25-21,25-21,23-25,25-14 3-0 25-22,25-14,25-18 3-0 25-19,25-17,25-15 3-2 25-27,23-25,25-20,25-17,15-11 3-1 25-14,25-17,28-30,25-17 3-0 25-15,25-20,25-23 2-3 25-21,25-19,22-25,23-25,11-15 3-0 25-15,25-15,25-21 3-0 25-12,25-20,25-19 2-3 22-25,21-25,25-21,25-23,19-21 3-1 25-14,23-25,25-21,25-13 3-0 25-12,25-20,25-17 3-0 25-15,25-22,25-9 3-0 26-24,25-23,25-18 0-3 17-25,13-25,21-25 2-3 25-17,18-25,25-17,23-25,9-15 3-2 25-19,22-25,21-25,25-15,15-7 3-2 25-23,23-25,21-25,30-28,15-13 2-3 18-25,26-24,18-25,25-22,8-15

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All-Time Individual Honors All-Americans 2008 ..... Ashley Asberry (Honorable Mention) Leslie Clark (Honorable Mention) 2007 ....... Ashley Adams (Honorable Mention) Ashley Asberry (Honorable Mention) 2006 ....... Ashley Adams (Honorable Mention)

Ashley Asberry

Leslie Clark

All-Region 2008..............Ashley Asberry (All-South Region) Leslie Clark (All-South Region) 2007............... Ashley Adams (All-South Region) Ashley Asberry (All-South Region) Leslie Clark (All-South Region) 2006 ............ Ashley Adams (All-South Region) 1995 ........................ Yanira Santiago (District VI)

Player of the Year 2007 ...................................... Ashley Adams (SBC) 1995 ................................... Yanira Santiago (OVC)

Defensive Player of the Year 2005 ...................................... Alicia Lemau’u (SBC)

Freshman of the Year 2001 ....................................... KeKe Deckard (SBC)

First Team All-Conference 2008 ..................................... Ashley Asberry (SBC) Leslie Clark (SBC) 2007 ...................................... Ashley Adams (SBC) Ashley Asberry (SBC) Leslie Clark (SBC) 2006 ...................................... Ashley Adams (SBC) Ashley Asberry (SBC) Quanshell Scott (SBC) 2005 ...................................... Alicia Lemau’u (SBC)

2004 ....................................... KeKe Deckard (SBC) Dara McLean (SBC) 2000 ................................ Lindsay Pritchard (SBC) 1995 ................................... Yanira Santiago (OVC) 1989 ..................................... Mary Rickman (OVC)

Second Team All-Conference 2008 ..................................... Izabela Kozon (SBC) 2005 ...................................... Ashley Adams (SBC) 2003 ....................................... KeKe Deckard (SBC) 2002 ....................................... KeKe Deckard (SBC) 1999 ........................................... Kelly Smith (OVC) 1998 ............................. Carrie Kapfenberg (OVC) 1995 ........................... Deborah Anderson (OVC) Nidza Castillo (OVC) 1994 .......................................... Angie Raffo (OVC) 1992 ..................................... Mary Rickman (OVC) 1991 ............................................. Lisa White (OVC) Becky Tumblin (OVC) 1990 .............................. Priscilla Robinson (OVC) 1989 ............................................... Judy Sain (OVC)

1989 .............................. Priscilla Robinson (OVC) Lisa White (OVC) Christy Luna (OVC)

AVCA National Player of the Week 2005 ................................. Ashley Adams (Sept. 8)

SBC Player of the Week 2008 .................................. Izabela Kozon(Oct. 6) Ashley Asberry (Oct. 27) 2007 ................... Ashley Adams (Sept. 3, Oct. 8) Izabela Kozon (Oct. 15) 2006 ............. Ashley Adams (Aug. 28, Sept. 18) 2004 .............. KeKe Deckard (Sept. 13, Oct. 25) Dara McLean (Sept. 27, Oct. 4) 2001 ................................. KeKe Deckard (Oct. 22)

All-Tournament 2007 .......................................... Leslie Clark (SBC) Quanshell Scott (SBC) 2006 ................................... Quanshell Scott (SBC) Jessica Robinson (SBC) 2005 ................................... Quanshell Scott (SBC) 2002 ....................................... KeKe Deckard (SBC) 2000 ................................ Lindsay Pritchard (SBC) 1995 ................................... Yanira Santiago (OVC) Nidza Castillo (OVC) Tanya Maltes (OVC) 1994 .......................................... Angie Raffo (OVC) 1982 ..................................... Asaji Komatsu (OVC)

Conference Tournament MVP 2007 ...................................... Ashley Adams (SBC) 2006 ...................................... Ashley Adams (SBC) 1995 ................................... Yanira Santiago (OVC)

All-Freshmen 1999 ....................................... Katie Thiesen (OVC) 1996 .......................................... Erin Schultz (OVC) 1994 ............................................. Tara Miller (OVC)

Ashley Asberry

Izabela Kozon

SBC Defensive Player of the Week 2008 ..... Ashley Waugh (Sept. 8; Oct. 13; Oct. 17) Ashley Asberry (Nov. 10) 2006 .............................. Ashley Asberry (Oct. 30) 2005 ..... Alicia Lemau’u (Oct. 3; Oct. 17; Nov. 7) 2002 .................................. Erin Hillstrom (Sept. 9)

OVC Scholar Athlete Award 1983-84 .............................................. Mitzi Grogan

OVC Academic Medal of Honor 1997-98 ........................................ Angie Parkinson 1995-96 .................................. Deborah Anderson Angie Parkinson 1994-95 ............................................... Holly Garrett 1991-92 ............................................... Kristi Sharpe

Career Clubs 2,000 Kill Club

2,000 Dig Club

4,000 Assist Club

KeKe Deckard ........................................... 2,028

Alicia Lemau’u .......................................... 2,027

1,000 Kill Club

1,000 Dig Club

Leslie Clark ..................................... 4,354 Megan Sumrell .......................................... 4,020

Ashley Adams ........................................... 1,455 Mary Rickman . ......................................... 1,301 Katie Thiesen . ........................................... 1,256 Tara Miller . ................................................. 1,148 Lisa White ................................................... 1,114 Ashley Asberry............................................1,105 Priscilla Robinson .................................... 1,043

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Lisa White .................................................... Mary Rickman . .......................................... Erin Hillstrom ............................................. KeKe Deckard ............................................ Becky Tumblin ...........................................

1,424 1,342 1,289 1,255 1,195

3,000 Assist Club Nidza Castillo ............................................. 3,295

2,000 Assist Club Becky Tumblin ........................................... Kelly Quinn ................................................. Goldie Bilyeu .............................................. Jaemi Clayton ............................................

2009 Middle Tennessee Volleyball

2,928 2,706 2,215 2,075


NCAA Appeareances 1995 East Regional Murfreesboro, Tenn./ Washington, D.C. Middle Tennessee won the Ohio Valley Conference tournament and finished second in the regular season. The Blue Raiders had to play a play-in game to see if they would have their first NCAA appearance. Middle Tennessee defeated Princeton 3-1 in the play-in game to earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament. The Blue Raiders traveled to Washington, D.C. to face George Washington in the first round. The Blue Raiders lost the match with the Colonials 3-0. While their first NCAA tournament appearance may have been a dissapointment at the time the 1995 team will be remembered for paving the way for future Blue Raider teams. Set Scores Princeton Middle Tennessee

1 2 3 15 3 9 11 15 15

4 14 16

Set Scores Middle Tennessee George Washington

1 2 3 1 13 9 15 15 15

2006 Seattle Regional Louisville, Ky. The club was on a mission and it seemed the teams the Blue Raiders faced were just roadblocks to maneuver around. After blanking Florida Atlantic 3-0, a club that had beaten them earlier in the season, Middle Tennessee faced host North Texas. The team had to battle through a hostile home crowd but managed a 3-1 victory over the Mean Green to reach the Sun Belt finals for the second straight year. However it wouldn’t be a rematch of the 2005 Sun Belt Championships, as Florida International had dispensed with Western Kentucky to reach the finals. There would be a new champion. A Blue Raider squad with one purpose and a look of resolve took the court for the finals. After the disappointment of losing in the finals in 2005, this club was determined to be on the court celebrating when the match was over. For the third time Middle Tennessee shutout Florida International 3-0, but this one was the one that counted the most, making the Blue Raiders the 2006 Sun Belt Tournament Champions. Ashley Adams was voted Sun Belt Tournament MVP as she registered 63 kills averaging 6.30 kills per game in the tournament. Quanshell Scott and senior Jessica Robinson were named All-Tournament. The win assured Middle Tennessee an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament, its first appearance in 11 years, since the school was a member of the Ohio Valley Conference. The Blue Raiders were placed in the Seattle Regional and faced host Louisville in the first round. Middle Tennessee made history on December 1, winning its first match in the NCAA Tournament with a 3-2 victory over the Louisville Cardinals in the first round.

Middle Tennessee was down 9-3 in game five but refused to go quietly. The Blue Raiders fought back and tied the match at 11 off a service ace by Leslie Clark. Middle Tennessee took the lead 12-11 when Ashley Asberry notched a kill and then led again 13-12 when Robinson got a kill. Down 14-13, Middle Tennessee reached match point off two huge kills by Adams. The Blue Raiders won the match thanks to a kill by Asberry. Louisville failed to reach the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in since 2000. The win set up a match with No. 18 Ohio State in the second round. Middle Tennessee volleyball fell in the second round of the NCAA Tournament with a 3-1 loss to No. 18 and 11th-seeded Ohio State. Set Scores Middle Tennessee (3) Louisville (2)

1 2 3 24 30 12 30 19 30

4 5 30 16 25 14

Set Scores Middle Tennessee (3) No. 18 Ohio State (1)

1 2 3 30 19 17 23 30 30

4 22 30

2007 University Park Regional Louisville, Ky./University Park, Pa. Middle Tennessee blew through the regular season losing just one Sun Belt conference match to take the crown. The Blue Raiders then took the tournament title, defeating rival Western Kentucky in the championship match to earn the automatic bid to the NCAA Tourament. It was the second consecutive year the Blue Raiders received an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, marking its third appearance overall. The Blue Raiders, just like they did in 2006, travelled to Louisville, Ky., for the “Big Dance”. For the second straight year, Middle Tennessee defeated Louisville 3-2 in the first round. Then the squad sealed a spot in history after a 3-1 win over Hawai’i to advance to the regionals for the first time in school history. Middle Tennessee’s win over Hawai’i handed the Rainbow Wahine its first-ever loss in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Ashley Adams led Middle Tennessee with 22 kills for a .306 hitting percentage. Adams also had eight Ashley Asberry notched 38 kills for a .348 atblock assists in the tack percentage in the NCAA tournament. She match. also had seven blocks and scored 41.5 points. Ashley Asberry added assistance with 18 kills for a .556 hitting percentage. Sophomore Ashley Mead also had double-digit kills for the Blue Raiders with 13. Middle Tennessee traveled to University Park, Pa., for the Penn State Regional as one of the final 16 in the tournament. The Blue Raiders fell to BYU 3-0 in the round of 16 but in the process reminded the country it was not a team to be underestimated. The Blue Raiders kept BYU from match point

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NCAA Appeareances four times but also lost a chance to force a fourth game three times. Izabela Kozon was named to the Regional All-Championship team of the Penn State Regional for her performance against Brigham Young. Kozon knocked down 11 kills for a .304 hitting percentage. Kozon also added assistance on defense with nine digs, one solo block and two block assists. Ashley Adams and Kozon led the Blue Raiders against BYU with 11 kills each. The pair was followed by Ashley Asberry who added eight kills and Ashley Mead with seven.

Middle Tennessee lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament 3-2 to No. 17 Purdue. It was the first time Middle Tennessee had ever played a five-set match in the second round. Ashley Mead led the Blue Raiders throughout the night and ended the match with 20 kills. Middle Tennessee had 61 kills on the night with a .204 attack percentage as Izabela Kozon and Stacy Oladinni added double-digit kills, as well. Kozon had 13 kills one match after recording a career high and Oladinni had a career-high 14 kills with a .344 attack percentage.

Set Scores Middle Tennessee (3) No. 24 Louisville (2)

1 2 3 30 18 30 28 30 23

4 5 27 15 30 12

Set Scores Miami (Ohio) (3) Middle Tennessee (2)

1 2 3 23 25 25 25 23 21

4 5 28 13 30 15

Set Scores Middle Tennessee (3) No. 9 Hawaii (1)

1 2 3 30 30 15 22 18 30

4 33 31

Set Scores Middle Tennessee (2) Purdue (1)

1 2 3 18 26 18 25 24 25

4 5 25 8 22 15

Set Scores 1 2 3 Middle Tennessee (3) 28 22 32 No. 17 Bringham-Young(2) 30 30 34

2008 Fort Collins Regional West Lafayette, Ind. The Blue Raiders battled during the 2008 season but did not win the regular season title as they finished second behind Florida International. Middle Tennessee knew its season was still alive though and headed to Miami for the Sun Belt Championships and a chance to win the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Blue Raiders lost in the semifinals of the SBC Championships to rival Western Kentucky and had to wait until Selection Sunday to find out its fate. The NCAA selection committee remembered the Blue Raiders’ quality of opponents throughout the season when considering the teams for the 2008 tournament and awarded an at-large bid to keep their season alive. It was the third consecutive year the Blue Raiders competed in the NCAA Tournament after receiving the Sun Belt automatic bid the previous two years and the fourth overall appearance. It was also the first time since 1995 the Blue Raiders did not go to Louisville, Ky., but they did not escape the Cardinals as who were also at Purdue for the first and second rounds. Middle Tennessee defeated Miami (Ohio) in the first round 3-2 to advance to the second round. Izabela Kozon led the Blue Raider attack throughout the night, posting a careerhigh 25 kills in addition to 13 digs and two block assists. Middle Tennessee has won its last three Izabela Kozon led Middle Tennessee with 38 first round tournament kills at the NCAA Tournament. Kozon also had games by a score of 3-2. 27 digs and two blocks to assist the defense.

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Tournament History

1995 – Murfreesboro, Tenn. (play-in)/Washington, D.C. 11/25 Priceton................................................................W, 3-1 11/29 George Washington...........................................L, 3-0 2006 – Louisville, Ky. 12/1 Louisville..............................................................W, 3-2 12/2 #18 Ohio State.....................................................L, 3-1 2007 – Louisville, Ky./University Park, Pa. 11/30 #24 Louisville.....................................................W, 3-2 12/1 #9 Hawaii.............................................................W, 3-1 12/7 #17 Brigham-Young...........................................L, 3-0 2008 – West Lafayette, Ind. 12/5 Miami (Ohio)......................................................W, 3-2 12/6 #17 Purdue............................................................L, 3-2

Tournament Honors

All-Region 2007...................................................................... Izabela Kozon

Versus NCAA Tournament Opponents Brigham-Young......................................................................0-1 George Washington..............................................................0-1 Hawaii........................................................................................1-0 Louisville...................................................................................2-0 Miami (Ohio)...........................................................................1-0 Ohio State................................................................................0-1 Purdue.......................................................................................0-1 Totals..........................................................................................4-4

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All-Time Career/Coaching Records Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,028 - KeKe Deckard .............................. 2000-04 1,455 - Ashley Adams . ............................ 2005-07 1,301 - Mary Rickman ............................. 1988-91 1,256 - Katie Thiesen ............................... 1999-02 1,148 - Tara Miller . .................................... 1994-97 1,114 - Lisa White . .................................... 1989-91 1,105 - Ashley Asberry ....................... 2005-2008 1,043 - Priscilla Robinson ....................... 1989-91 917 - Lindsay Pritchard ........................... 1997-00

Kills per Set

Assists 4,354 - Leslie Clark .................. 2006-Present 4,020 - Megan Sumrell . .......................... 2003-06 3,295 - Nidza Castillo ............................... 1994-96 2,928 - Becky Tumblin . ........................... 1991-93 2,706 - Kelly Quinn ................................... 1999-02 2,215 - Goldie Bilyeu . .............................. 2000-03 2,075 - Jaemi Clayton .............................. 1996-97 1,435 - Carla Pewitt .................................. 1988-89 729 - Kelly Cannon ................................... 2001-02 479 - Kelley Drew . ........................................... 1998

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

12.62 - Leslie Clark .................. 2006-Present 10.13 - Nidza Castillo ............................... 1994-96 9.98 - Megan Sumrell .............................. 2003-06 8.39 - Becky Tumblin ............................... 1991-93 8.07 - Jaemi Clayton ................................ 1996-97 7.72 - Carla Pewitt . ................................... 1988-89 6.85 - Kelly Quinn ..................................... 1999-02 6.68 - Goldie Bilyeu .................................. 2000-03 5.54 - Kim Craven . .................................... 1997-98 4.10 - Kelly Cannon .................................. 2001-02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. t7. t7. 9. 10.

206 - Priscilla Robinson .......................... 1989-91 173 - Mary Rickman ................................. 1988-91 161 - Nidza Castillo .................................. 1994-96 155 - Lisa White ......................................... 1989-91 144 - Alicia Lemau’u ................................ 2004-07 139 - Stacy Stverak . ................................. 1988-91 121 - Sondra Ruohomaki ........................ 1990-93 121 - Quanshell Scott . ............................ 2004-07 108 - Tara Miller ......................................... 1994-97 100 - Kelly Quinn ...................................... 1999-02

Assists per Set

(Minimum 1,000 Attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. t8. t8. 10.

5.13 - Yanira Santiago . ................................... 1995 4.25 - KeKe Deckard . ............................... 2000-04 3.96 - Ashley Adams ................................ 2005-07 3.38 - Deborah Anderson ...................... 1995-96 3.37 - Carrie Kapfenberg ........................ 1997-98 3.05- Izabela Kozon..................2007-present 3.04 - Mary Rickman ................................ 1988-91 3.01 - Kelly Smith ...................................... 1998-99 3.01- Ashley Mead.....................2006-present 2.96 - Katie Thiesen .................................. 1999-02

Attack Percentage (Minimum 1,000 Attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.390 - Ashley Asberry............................ 2005-2008 .392 - Yanira Santiago . ................................... 1995 .335 - Ashley Adams ................................ 2005-07 .326 - Quanshell Scott . ........................... 2004-07 .265 - Lindsay Pritchard .......................... 1997-00 .248 - Susan Bishop . ................................ 1993-96 .245 - Katie Thiesen .................................. 1999-02 .244 - Priscilla Robinson ......................... 1989-91 .242 - Kelly Smith ...................................... 1998-99 .236 - Carrie Kapfenberg.......................... 1997-98

Service Aces per Set

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

Service Aces

0.55 - Priscilla Robinson ......................... 1989-91 0.50 - Nidza Castillo ................................. 1994-96 0.46 - Deborah Anderson ...................... 1995-96 0.40 - Mary Rickman ................................ 1988-91 0.37 - Lisa White ........................................ 1989-91 0.35 - Stacy Stverak . ................................. 1988-91 0.31 - Sondra Ruohomaki ...................... 1990-93 0.30 - Alicia Lemau’u ............................... 2004-07 0.26 - Izabela Kozon ................ 2007-Present 0.26 - Megan Carter ................................. 2005-07 0.26 - Quanshell Scott . ........................... 2004-07

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. t9. t9.

2,027- Alicia Lemau’u .............................. 2004-07 1,424 - Lisa White . .................................... 1989-91 1,342 - Mary Rickman ............................. 1988-91 1,289 - Erin Hillstrom ............................... 1999-02 1,255 - KeKe Deckard .............................. 2000-04 1,195 - Becky Tumblin . ........................... 1991-93 991 - Ashley Waugh ................. 2006-present 984 - Tara Miller ......................................... 1994-97 920 - Nidza Castillo .................................. 1994-96 920 - Stacy Stverak . ................................. 1988-91

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

4.18 - Alicia Lemau’u ............................... 2004-07 3.45 - Yanira Santiago . ................................... 1995 3.42 - Becky Tumblin ............................... 1991-93 3.35 - Lisa White ........................................ 1989-91 3.14 - Mary Rickman ................................ 1988-91 2.75 - Erin Hillstrom ................................. 1999-02 2.63 - KeKe Deckard . ............................... 2000-04 2.59 - Ashley Waugh ................ 2006-present 2.28 - Stacy Stverak . ................................ 1988-91 2.21 - Izabela Kozon..................2007-present

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. t10. t10

173 - Priscilla Robinson .......................... 1989-91 117 - Angie Raffo ...................................... 1991-94 114 - Lisa White ......................................... 1989-91 100 - Susan Bishop . ................................. 1993-96 99 - Lindsay Pritchard ............................. 1997-00 96 - Mary Rickman ................................... 1988-91 90 - Karisse Baker . .................................... 2000-03 71 - Stacy Stverak ..................................... 1988-91 57 - Tammy Eichholz . .............................. 1994-95 55 - Jennifer Hignite.................................. 1999-02 55 - Tonya Keen ......................................... 1991-93

Digs

Digs per Set

Block Solos

All-Time Coaching Records Overall Year Head Coach W L Pct. *2008 Matt Peck 27 8 .771 *2007 Matt Peck 35 3 .921 *2006 Matt Peck 27 8 .771 *2005 Matt Peck** 28 4 .875 *2004 Matt Peck** 17 14 .548 *2003 Lisa Kissee** 14 19 .424 *2002 Lisa Kissee 17 15 .531 *2001 Lisa Kissee 10 22 .313 *2000 Lisa Kissee 16 18 .471 ^1999 Lisa Kissee 13 17 .433 ^1998 Lisa Kissee 7 20 .259 ^1997 Lisa Kissee 11 23 .324 ^1996 Lisa Kissee 16 19 .457 ^1995 Lisa Kissee 32 7 .837 ^1994 Diane Cummings 7 23 .233 ^1993 Diane Cummings 10 24 .294 ^1992 Diane Cummings 12 18 .400 ^1991 Jim Luna 7 26 .212 ^1990 Jim Luna 5 26 .167 ^1989 Jim Luna 5 30 .143 ^1988 Jim Luna 12 16 .429 ^1987 Diane Cummings 18 15 .545 ^1986 Diane Cummings 14 16 .467 ^1985 Diane Cummings 5 16 .238 ^1984 Diane Cummings 5 18 .218 ^1983 Diane Cummings 15 19 .441 ^1982 Diane Cummings 12 7 .632 ^1981 Sherry Coker 19 12 .613 1980 Beth Glass Unknown 1979 Melinda Borthick 28 13 .683 1978 Sandy Neal 10 13 .435 1977 Sue Stanley 3 8 .273

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. t9. t9. t9

Conference W L Pct. 14 3 .824 16 1 .941 14 3 .824 10 2 .833 9 5 .643 5 9 .357 7 7 .500 4 10 .286 7 9 .438 7 11 .389 5 13 .278 5 13 .278 8 10 .444 13 3 .812 3 13 .187 3 13 .187 4 12 .250 3 11 .214 2 10 .167 2 10 .167 4 8 .333 3 4 .429 2 8 .200 1 9 .100 3 4 .429 Unavailable N/A N/A

Conf. Second First T-First Second Fourth Seventh Sixth Ninth Eighth Seventh Eighth Seventh Sixth Second Seventh Eighth Sixth Seventh Sixth Sixth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Fifth ---- ---- ----

Tourney Third First First Second Fifth Seventh Fourth Ninth Third ---- ---- Seventh Sixth First Seventh Eighth Sixth Seventh Sixth Sixth Fifth ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- Third

N/A N/A N/A

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Block Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

556 - Ashley Asberry .......................... 2005-2008 432 - Quanshell Scott . ............................ 2004-07 407 - Lindsay Pritchard ........................... 1997-00 315 - Karisse Baker ................................... 2000-03 309 - Ashley Adams................................... 2005-07 303 - Susan Bishop . ................................. 1993-96 253 - Priscilla Robinson............................ 1989-91 231 - Katie Thiesen ................................... 1999-02 212 - Leslie Clark......................................... 2006-08 205 - Angie Parkinson ............................. 1993-95

Blocks Per Set 1. 2. t3. t3 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.43 - Ashley Asberry ......................... 2005-2008 1.18 - Kelly Smith ...................................... 1998-99 1.14 - Lindsay Pritchard .......................... 1997-00 1.14 - Priscilla Robinson ......................... 1989-91 1.07 - Sasha McGlothin.............2006-Present 1.01 - Quanshell Scott . ........................... 2004-07 1.00 - Susan Bishop . ................................ 1993-96 0.98- Janay Yancey .................. 2008-Present 0.95 - Jennifer Hignite . ........................... 1999-02 0.87 - Ashley Adams ................................ 2005-07

* Sun Belt Conference; ^ Ohio Valley Conference; ** games or seasons were vacated due to NCAA sanctions (2003: 2-19, 2-9 SBC; 2004: 0-14, 0-5 SBC; 2005: 0-4, 0-2 SBC)

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All-Time Single-Season Records Service Aces per Set

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

693 - Yanira Santiago ....................................... 1995 552 - Ashley Adams............................................2007 553 - KeKe Deckard .......................................... 2003 547 - Ashley Adams .......................................... 2006 534 - KeKe Deckard .......................................... 2004 493 - KeKe Deckard .......................................... 2001 483 - Mary Rickman . ........................................ 1989 458 - Deborah Anderson ................................ 1996 456 - Dara McLean ............................................ 2004 451 - Izabela Kozon................................. 2008

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

5.29 - KeKe Deckard ......................................... 2004 5.13 - Yanira Santiago ...................................... 1995 4.45 - Ashley Adams ......................................... 2006 4.39 - KeKe Deckard ......................................... 2003 4.28 - Ashley Adams...........................................2007 4.15 - Dara McLean ........................................... 2004 3.98 - KeKe Deckard ......................................... 2001 3.89 - Priscilla Robinson .................................. 1990 3.81 - Carrie Kapfenburg . ............................... 1998 3.62 - Mary Rickman . ....................................... 1989

Kills per Set

Attack Percentage 1. .444 - Ashley Asberry..........................................2008 2. .406 - Ashley Asberry..........................................2007 3. .392 - Yanira Santiago ...................................... 1995 4. .366 - Susan Bishop . ......................................... 2005 5. .363 - Quanshell Scott . .................................... 2006 6. .360 - Ashley Adams ......................................... 2006 7. .347 - Ashley Adams...........................................2007 8. .329 - Quanshell Scott . .................................... 2005 9. .324 - Lindsay Pritchard . ................................. 2000 t10. .323 - Lindsay Sisco . ......................................... 2005 .323 - Ashley Asberry ....................................... 2006

1. 0.80 - Priscilla Robinson .................................. 1993 2. 0.67 - Priscilla Robinson .................................. 1989 3. 0.66 - Nidza Castillo .......................................... 1995 4. 0.59 - Lisa White ................................................. 1989 5. 0.58 - Deborah Anderson ............................... 1995 6. 0.54 - Stacy Stverak . ......................................... 1991 7. 0.50 - Mary Rickman . ....................................... 1988 8. 0.43 - Andressa Lyra ......................................... 2003 9. 0.40 - Dara McLean ........................................... 2003 t10. 0.39 - Megan Carter .......................................... 2005 0.39 - Alicia Lemau’u..........................................2007

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

Digs per Set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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

13.74 - Leslie Clark.................................. 2007 13.09 - Megan Sumrell .................................... 2004 12.93 - Megan Sumrell .................................... 2005 12.87 - Leslie Clark .................................. 2006 12.65 - Nidza Castillo . ...................................... 1995 11.45 - Leslie Clark.................................. 2008 11.16 - Jamie Clayton . ..................................... 1996 9.10 - Becky Tumblin ........................................ 1992 8.95 - Nidza Castillo .......................................... 1997 8.70 - Carla Pewitt ............................................. 1990

Service Aces 1. 91 - Nidza Castillo . ............................................ 1995 2. 77 - Deborah Anderson . ................................. 1995 3. 74 - Priscilla Robinson . .................................... 1993 4. 64 - Stacy Stverak .............................................. 1991 t5. 59 - Mary Rickman ............................................ 1989 59 - Priscilla Robinson . .................................... 1989 7. 56 - Angie Raffo . ................................................ 1993 8. 54 - Jaemi Clayton . ........................................... 1996 9. 50 - Alicia Lemau’u..............................................2007 t10. 48 - Mary Rickman .......................................... 1992 48 - Deborah Anderson . ................................. 1995

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4.99 - Alicia Lemau’u ........................................ 2005 4.31 - Alicia Lemau’u ........................................ 2004 4.00 - Alicia Lemau’u ........................................ 2006 3.98 - Lisa White ................................................. 1992 3.77 - Lisa White ................................................. 1991 3.73 - Mary Rickman . ....................................... 1990 3.70 - Becky Tumblin ........................................ 1991 3.69 - Becky Tumblin ........................................ 1992 3.30 - KeKe Deckard ......................................... 2002 3.07 - Kim Moeller ............................................. 2003

42 - Tonya Keen .................................................. 1991 41 - Lisa White .................................................... 1991 41 - Mary Rickman ............................................ 1992 41 - Kelly Smith .................................................. 1999

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. t9. 1. 2. 3. 4. t5.

179 - Ashley Asberry ........................................ 2007 170 - Ashley Asberry...........................................2008 167 - Ashley Asberry ........................................ 2006 165 - Lindsay Pritchard . .................................. 2000 138 - Priscilla Robinson ................................... 1991 Block Assists 137 - Ashley Adams .......................................... 2007 120 - Quanshell Scott . ..................................... 2004 114 - Jennifer Hignite ...................................... 2000 113 - Becky Tumblin ......................................... 1991 113 - Jennifer Hignite ...................................... 2000 2.48 - Priscilla Robinson .................................. 1991 1.58 - Lindsay Pritchard . ................................. 2000 1.50 - Ashley Asberry ....................................... 2006 1.48 - Ashley Asberry ....................................... 2007 1.41 - Tonya Keen .............................................. 1991 1.41 - Kelly Smith ............................................... 1998

Blocks per Set

1.41 - Kelly Smith ........................................................ 1999 8. 1.39 - Ashley Asberry..........................................2008 9. 1.34 - Kyieta Beason ......................................... 1988 10. 1.24 - Becky Tumblin ........................................ 1991

Individual Single Match Records

1,746 - Nidza Castillo . ...................................... 1995 1,662 - Leslie Clark.................................. 2007 1,534 - Leslie Clark.................................. 2008 1,531 - Megan Sumrell .................................... 2004 1,506 - Jamie Clayton . ..................................... 1996 1,487 - Megan Sumrell .................................... 2005 1,158 - Leslie Clark .................................. 2006 1,037 - Becky Tumblin . .................................... 1992 981 - Becky Tumblin ......................................... 1991 915 - Goldie Bilyeu ............................................ 2001

Assists per Set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

574 - Alicia Lemau’u ......................................... 2005 506 - Alicia Lemau’u ......................................... 2004 492 - Alicia Lemau’u ......................................... 2006 469 - Ashley Waugh................................. 2008 466 - Yanira Santiago ....................................... 1995 453 - Alicia Lemau’u...........................................2007 448 - Lisa White .................................................. 1991 440 - Becky Tumblin ......................................... 1991 438 - Lisa White .................................................. 1992 421 - Becky Tumblin ......................................... 1992

Block Solos 8.

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4.

35, KeKe Deckard at Arkansas State...... 10/28/01 33, Yanira Santiago at Memphis .............. 10/3/95 32, KeKe Deckard at New Orleans..........11/18/04 31, Angie Raffo vs. Tennessee Tech ........ 11/8/94 31, Katie Thiesen at Memphis ................ 10/24/00 31, KeKe Deckard vs New Orleans ........ 10/20/01

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9.0, Carrie Kapfenberg at UT-Martin ...... 11/7/98 8.3, Yanira Santiago at Memphis ............. 10/3/95 8.0, Yanira Santiago vs. Austin Peay ..... 11/17/95 7.8, Angie Raffo vs. Tennessee Tech ....... 11/8/94 7.7, Yanira Santiago vs. Murray St. .........11/18/95

Kills per Set

Attack Percentage (Minimum 15 Attacks) 1. 1. 2. 3. 4.

.824, Ashley Asberr vs. Florida Atlantic .... 10/4/08 .800, Ashley Asberry at W. Kentucky . .... 11/11/06 .737, Ashley Adams at App. State ........... 8/26/06 .714, Ashley Asberry vs. S. Dakota St....... 8/30/08 .708, Ashley Adams vs. South Alabama.. 11/2/07

1. 2. 3. 4.

76, Jamie Clayton vs. E. Illinois . ......................... 10/10/96 74, Jamie Clayton vs. Austin Peay . ...................... 9/17/96 73, Megan Sumrell vs. New Orleans ................... 9/18/04 69, Nidza Castillo at Murray State . ...................... 10/6/95 69, Nidza Castillo at Morehead State .............. 11/19/95

Assists

Digs 1. Story vs. Chattanooga . ............... 9/17/94 1. 37, 88Kim - Priscilla Robinson . .................................... 1991 2. 33, Becky Tumblin vs. Morehead St. . ... 10/15/91 2. 57 Priscilla Robinson . .................................... 1990 33, Leslie Burnside vs. E. Illinois ............. 10/10/96 3. 32, 44Erin - Angie Raffo.vs. .................................................. 1992 4. Hillstrom Murray State . ........ 10/2/99 4. 31, 43Alicia - Kyieta Beason 1988 5. Lemau’u vs.. ........................................... Denver ................. 10/16/05 43 - Kelly Smith .................................................. 1998 6. 42 - Lisa White .................................................... 1990

Service Aces

1. 2. 3.

14, Priscilla Robinson vs. Tenn. St. . ......... 11/2/93 9, Mary Rickman vs. SE Missouri . .......... 10/23/92 7, Stacy Stverak at SE Missouri . ............... 9/28/91 7, Sondra Ruohomaki at New Orleans .. 9/12/92 7, Sondra Ruohomaki at Chattanooga . 9/15/92 7, Priscilla Robinson vs. Chicago St. ..... 10/16/93 7, Nidza Castillo vs. Tennessee State . .... 9/16/94 7, Yanira Santiago vs. Texas-Pan Am .... 10/19/95 7, Goldie Bilyeu vs. North Texas ............... 11/3/00

1. 2. 3.

7, Priscilla Robinson vs. Morehead St. ...... 10/5/91 6, Priscilla Robinson vs. Oral Roberts . . 10/11/91 5, Priscilla Robinson vs. App. State ......... 9/21/91 5, Priscilla Robinson vs. Tenn. St. ........... 10/10/91 5, Priscilla Robinson vs. Murray St. . ...... 10/18/91 5, Angie Raffo at UT-Martin ....................... 9/24/93 5, Lindsay Pritchard vs. Morehead . ...... 11/13/98 5, Kelly Smith vs. DePaul ............................ 9/11/99

1. 2. 3. 4.

15, Lindsay Pritchard vs. Wright State ...... 9/2/00 13, Priscilla Robinson vs. Jacksonville ... 9/20/91 13, Ashley Asberry vs. UAB........................ 11/23.08 12, Lisa White vs. Evansville ...................... 9/17/91 11, Stacy Stverak vs. Evansville ................ 9/17/91 11, Lindsay Pritchard vs. UT-Martin ...... 10/29/99 11, Jennifer Hignite vs. NM State .......... 11/15/00 11, Ashley Adams vs. Missouri State...........9/9/07

Block Solos

Block Assists

Total Blocks (Solos/Assists) 1. 3. 4.

16, Priscilla Robinson vs. Morehead . ..... 10/5/91 16, Lindsay Pritchard vs. Fla. Int’l ............ 9/22/00 15, Priscilla Robinson vs. Jacksonville ... 10/5/91 14, Stacy Stverak vs. Evansville ................ 9/17/91 14, Angie Raffo vs. Tennessee Tech ...... 10/15/91 14, Alicia Scott at Louisiana Tech .......... 11/12/00

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Kills per Game

2007................................................... 35 1995 ................................................ 32 1979 ................................................ 28 2006 ................................................ 27 2008................................................... 27 1981 ................................................ 19 1987 ................................................ 18 2002 ................................................ 17 1996 ................................................ 16 2000................................................... 16

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

Losses 1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 9.

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

Attack Percentage

1989 ................................................ 1991 ................................................ 1990 ................................................ 1993 ................................................ 1994 ................................................ 1997 ................................................ 2001 ................................................ 1998 ................................................ 1996 ................................................ 2003 ................................................

32 26 26 24 23 23 23 20 19 19

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

2007............................................. 16.34 2005 .......................................... 16.09 1995 .......................................... 16.01 2006 .......................................... 15.54 2004 .......................................... 15.30 2002 .......................................... 14.39 2003 .......................................... 14.32 1996 .......................................... 14.10 1997 .......................................... 14.10 2000 .......................................... 13.94

1995 ........................................... 2,209 2007.............................................. 2108 1996 .......................................... 1,921 2006 .......................................... 1,912 2005 ........................................... 1,850 2002 .......................................... 1,827 2000 .......................................... 1,807 2008............................................. 1,804 1997 .......................................... 1,802 2001 .......................................... 1,644

1995 .......................................... 1,994 2007............................................. 1,981 2006 .......................................... 1,779 1996 .......................................... 1,726 2008............................................. 1,694 2005 .......................................... 1,687 2004 ........................................... 1,673 2000 .......................................... 1,620 2003 .......................................... 1,598 1997 .......................................... 1,581

Service Aces per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 7. 9. 10.

Digs

Assists per Game

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. t8. 10. 10.

1995 ............................................. .296 2007.................................................293 2008.................................................277 2005 ............................................. .263 2006 ............................................. .257 2004 ............................................. .233 2003 ............................................. .204 1996 ............................................. .203 2002 ............................................. .203 2000 ............................................. .199 1992 ............................................. .191

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

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

1997 .......................................... 5,648 1996 .......................................... 5,181 1995 .......................................... 5,047 2000 .......................................... 4,984 2003 .......................................... 4,957 2002 .......................................... 4,853 2001 .......................................... 4,702 2007............................................. 4,656 1992 .......................................... 4,570 2006 .......................................... 4,419

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

2007............................................. 15.36 2005 .......................................... 14.67 2006 .......................................... 14.46 1995 .......................................... 14.45 2004 .......................................... 14.18 2002 .......................................... 12.78 1996 .......................................... 12.69 2008............................................. 12.60 2003 .......................................... 12.58 1998 .......................................... 12.57

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

1997 .......................................... 1992 .......................................... 1991 .......................................... 1995 .......................................... 2003 .......................................... 1996 .......................................... 1990 .......................................... 2002 .......................................... 2005 .......................................... 1989 ..........................................

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

1992 .......................................... 19.75 1997 .......................................... 19.13 1991 ........................................... 18.88 1990 .......................................... 18.57 2005 .......................................... 16.67 1999 ........................................... 16.30 1995 .......................................... 16.28 2003 .......................................... 15.89 1998 .......................................... 15.52 2002 .......................................... 15.16

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

1991 .............................................. 288 1990 .............................................. 169 1992 .............................................. 150 1988 .............................................. 128 1993 ................................................ 99 2000 ................................................ 96 1998 ................................................ 92 2003 ................................................ 85 1999 ................................................ 81 2001 ................................................ 81

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

2007.................................................757 1991 .............................................. 674 2000 .............................................. 587 2008.................................................583 2006 .............................................. 575 2005 .............................................. 504 2004 .............................................. 462 2003 .............................................. 457 1995 .............................................. 455 2001 .............................................. 425

Service Aces

Attacks

1995 .............................................. 325 1989 .............................................. 306 1993 .............................................. 284 1991 .............................................. 269 1996 .............................................. 260 2003 .............................................. 243 2001 .............................................. 218 2007.................................................211 2005 .............................................. 208 2002 .............................................. 205

1989 ............................................. 2.55 1993 ............................................. 2.37 1995 ............................................. 2.36 1991 ............................................. 2.26 1990 ............................................. 1.96 2003 ............................................. 1.85 1988................................................1.81 2005 ............................................. 1.81 2001 ............................................. 1.76 2007 ............................................. 1.64 2,449 2,252 2,247 2,246 2,081 2,015 1,931 1,925 1,917 1,907

Digs per Game

Block Solos

Team Single Match Record Highs Kills . ................................................................................. 89, vs. Eastern Illinois (10/10/96) Errors ........................................................................................... 47, vs. Belmont (9/28/99) Hitting Percentage . ....................................................... .685, vs. Tennessee State (9/2/95) Attacks ..................................................................................... 251, at Memphis (10/24/00) Assists .............................................................................. 82, vs. Eastern Illinois (10/10/96) Service Aces . ................................................................. 20, vs. Tennessee State (10/16/93) Service Errors ...................................................................... 25, vs. Nicholls State (9/15/95) Digs ..................................................................................... 125, vs. Austin Peay (10/25/92) Reception Errors ................................................................... 21, vs. Jacksonville (9/20/91) Block Solos ......................................................................... 19, vs. Oral Roberts (10/11/91) Block Assists .............................................................................. 42, vs. Evansville (10/1/91) Total Blocks ..................................................................... 34, vs. Morehead State (10/5/91)

Team Single Match Record Lows Kills ................................................................................................................. 8, at Eastern Illinois (10/23/99) Errors . ............................................................................................................ 1, vs. Tennessee State (9/2/95) Hitting Percentage . ...................................................................................... -.176, vs. Louisville (9/14/93) Attacks . ...................................................................................................... 32, at Eastern Illinois (10/23/99) Assists ............................................................................................................ 7, at Eastern Illinois (10/23/99) Service Aces ...................................................................................... 0, nine times, last vs. Troy (9/18/08) Service Errors ......................................................................................... 1, vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/4/94) Digs ............................................................................................................. 10, at Eastern Illinois (10/23/99) Reception Errors ...................................................... 0, eight times, last vs. South Alabama (9/22/07) Block Solos............................................................................................... 0, 83 times, last at Ohio (9/18/08) Block Assists ............................................................ 0, four times, last at Western Kentucky (9/26/00) Total Blocks . ................................................................................................................ 0, vs. Tulane (9/11/92)

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Block Assists

Blocks per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1995 ............................................. 3.79 1988 ............................................. 3.74 2007................................................3.33 1992 ............................................. 3.03 2000 ............................................. 3.02 2006 ............................................. 2.76 2008................................................2.60 1999 ............................................. 2.59 2005 ............................................. 2.53 2003 ............................................. 2.39

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Year-by-Year Leaders Attacks

Kills 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Izabela Kozon.........................451 Ashley Adams.........................552 Ashley Adams . ..................... 547 Ashley Adams.........................356 KeKe Deckard ....................... 534 KeKe Deckard ....................... 553 KeKe Deckard ....................... 447 KeKe Deckard ....................... 493 Katie Thiesen ........................ 420 Kelly Smith ............................ 345 Carrie Kapfenberg .............. 343 Tara Miller .............................. 408 Deborah Anderson . ........... 458 Yanira Santiago . .................. 693 Angie Raffo . .......................... 328 Angie Raffo . .......................... 242 Lisa White .............................. 326 Lisa White .............................. 340

Kills per Game 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Izabela Kozon........................3.37 Ashley Adams........................4.28 Ashley Adams . .................... 4.45 Ashley Adams........................3.10 KeKe Deckard ...................... 5.29 KeKe Deckard ...................... 4.39 KeKe Deckard ...................... 3.55 KeKe Deckard ...................... 3.98 Katie Thiesen ....................... 3.56 Kelly Smith ........................... 3.32 Carrie Kapfenberg ............. 3.81 Tara Miller ............................. 3.46 Deborah Anderson . .......... 3.39 Yanira Santiago . ................. 5.13 Angie Raffo . ......................... 3.15 Priscilla Robinson . ............. 2.28 Lisa White ............................. 2.96 Lisa White ............................. 2.86

Hitting Percentage 2008 2007 2006 2005 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Ashley Asberry.......................444 Ashley Asberry.......................406 Quanshell Scott .................. .363 Quanshell Scott .................. .329 Katie Thiesen ....................... .276 KeKe Deckard ...................... .231 Lindsay Pritchard ............... .324 Katie Thiesen ....................... .270 Carrie Kapfenberg ............. .257 Tammy Eichholz ................. .271 Susan Bishop ....................... .285 Yanira Santiago . ................. .392 Angie Raffo . ......................... .230 Priscilla Robinson . ............. .217 Mary Rickman ..................... .253 Priscilla Robinson . ............. .275

2008 2007 2006 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Izabela Kozon..................... 1,130 Ashley Adams..................... 1,186 Ashley Adams . ................. 1,095 KeKe Deckard ................... 1,228 KeKe Deckard ................... 1,423 KeKe Deckard ................... 1,183 KeKe Deckard ................... 1,283 Katie Thiesen .................... 1,046 Kelly Smith ............................ 896 Carrie Kapfenberg .............. 912 Tara Miller .......................... 1,229 Deborah Anderson . ....... 1,239 Yanira Santiago . .............. 1,374 Angie Raffo . .......................... 861 Angie Raffo . .......................... 837 Lisa White .............................. 961 Lisa White .............................. 956

Assists 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Leslie Clark........................... 1,534 Leslie Clark........................... 1,662 Leslie Clark ........................ 1,158 Megan Sumrell ................ 1,487 Megan Sumrell ................ 1,531 Goldie Bilyeu ........................ 697 Kelly Cannon ........................ 723 Goldie Bilyeu ........................ 915 Kelly Quinn . .......................... 826 Kelly Quinn . .......................... 796 Kelley Drew ........................... 479 Nidza Castillo . ...................... 842 Jaemi Clayton . ................. 1,506 Nidza Castillo . .................. 1,746 Nidza Castillo . ...................... 707 Becky Tumblin . .................... 910 Becky Tumblin . ................ 1,037 Becky Tumblin . .................... 981

Assists per Game 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Leslie Clark........................... 11.45 Leslie Clark........................... 13.74 Leslie Clark ........................ 12.87 Megan Sumrell ................ 12.93 Megan Sumrell ................ 13.09 Goldie Bilyeu ....................... 8.01 Kelly Cannon ....................... 6.63 Goldie Bilyeu ....................... 7.38 Kelly Quinn . ......................... 6.40 Kelly Quinn . ......................... 7.37 Kim Craven ........................... 5.55 Nidza Castillo . ..................... 8.96 Jaemi Clayton . ................. 11.16 Nidza Castillo . .................. 12.65 Nidza Castillo . ..................... 7.60 Becky Tumblin . ................... 7.84 Becky Tumblin . ................... 9.10 Becky Tumblin . ................... 8.24

Service Aces

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2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Leslie Clark................................. 35 Alicia Lemau’u.......................... 50 Victoria Monasterolo ���������� 35 Megan Carter ......................... 43 D. McLean/A. Lemau’u 30 K. Baker/D. McLean .............. 46 KeKe Deckard ......................... 43 Erin Hillstrom . ........................ 45 Goldie Bilyeu .......................... 43 Debbie Wolfe . ........................ 33 Carrie Kapfenberg ................ 36 Tara Miller ................................ 34 Jaemi Clayton . ....................... 54 Deborah Anderson . ............. 77 Nidza Castillo . ........................ 41 Priscilla Robinson . ................ 74

1992 Mary Rickman ........................ 48 1991 Kelly Pupke . ............................ 47

Service Aces per Game 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Leslie Clark..............................0.26 Alicia Lemau’u.......................0.39 Victoria Monasterolo......... 0.31 Megan Carter ...................... 0.39 Dara McLean . ...................... 0.27 KeKe Deckard ...................... 0.34 Erin Hillstrom . ..................... 0.37 Goldie Bilyeu ....................... 0.34 Debbie Wolfe . ..................... 0.31 Carrie Kapfenberg ............. 0.40 Tara Miller ............................. 0.29 Jaemi Clayton . .................... 0.40 Deborah Anderson . .......... 0.57 Nidza Castillo . ..................... 0.44 Priscilla Robinson . ............. 0.80 Mary Rickman ......................0.42 Kelly Pupke . ......................... 0.40

Digs 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Ashley Waugh........................469 Alicia Lemau’u........................453 Alicia Lemau’u . .................... 492 Alicia Lemau’u . .................... 574 Alicia Lemau’u . .................... 508 Victoria Monasterolo �������� 325 KeKe Deckard ....................... 416 Erin Hillstrom . ...................... 342 Erin Hillstrom . ...................... 329 Erin Hillstrom . ...................... 326 Abby Hartup ......................... 271 Erin Schulz ............................. 394 Erin Schulz ............................. 388 Yanira Santiago . .................. 466 Angie Raffo . .......................... 309 Angie Raffo . .......................... 342 Lisa White .............................. 438 Lisa White .............................. 448

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Ashley Waugh.......................3.50 Alicia Lemau’u.......................3.51 Alicia Lemau’u . ................... 4.00 Alicia Lemau’u . ................... 4.99 Alicia Lemau’u . ................... 4.31 Kimberly Moeller . .............. 3.07 KeKe Deckard ...................... 3.30 Erin Hillstrom . ..................... 2.80 Erin Hillstrom . ..................... 2.65 Erin Hillstrom . ..................... 3.17 Abby Hartup ........................ 2.85 Erin Schulz ............................ 3.34 Erin Schulz ............................ 2.92 Yanira Santiago . ................. 3.45 Angie Raffo . ......................... 2.97 Angie Raffo . ......................... 2.97 Lisa White ............................. 3.98 Lisa White ............................. 3.76

Digs per Game

Block Solos 2008 2007 2006 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

Ashley Asberry......................... 15 Ashley Asberry......................... 12 Ashley Asberry ....................... 15 KeKe Deckard ......................... 18 Karisse Baker . ......................... 31 Karisse Baker . ......................... 31 Karisse Baker . ......................... 26 Lindsay Pritchard .................. 39 Kelly Smith .............................. 41 Kelly Smith .............................. 43 Tammy Eichholz .................... 22 Susan Bishop .......................... 29 S. Bishop/A. Parkinson 17

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Susan Bishop .......................... Susan Bishop .......................... Angie Raffo . ............................ Priscilla Robinson . ................

24 30 44 88

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Ashley Asberry.......................170 Ashley Asberry.......................179 Ashley Asberry ..................... 167 Quanshell Scott ................... 103 Quanshell Scott ................... 120 Karisse Baker . ....................... 110 Jennifer Hignite ................... 107 Karisse Baker . ....................... 105 Lindsay Pritchard ................ 165 Kelly Smith ............................ 106 Kelly Smith .............................. 69 Tammy Eichholz .................... 89 Susan Bishop ........................ 111 Susan Bishop ........................ 106 Susan Bishop .......................... 85 Susan Bishop .......................... 81 Angie Raffo . ............................ 48 Priscilla Robinson . .............. 138

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Ashley Asberry.......................185 Ashley Asberry.......................191 Ashley Asberry ..................... 182 Quanshell Scott ................... 110 Quanshell Scott ................... 129 Karisse Baker . ....................... 141 Jennifer Hignite ................... 119 Karisse Baker . ....................... 131 Lindsay Pritchard ................ 204 Kelly Smith ............................ 147 Kelly Smith ............................ 112 Tammy Eichholz ...................111 Susan Bishop .........................140 Susan Bishop ........................ 123 Susan Bishop ........................ 109 Susan Bishop .........................111 Angie Raffo . ............................ 92 Priscilla Robinson . .............. 226

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Ashley Asberry......................1.39 Ashley Asberry......................1.48 Ashley Asberry .................... 1.50 Lindsay Sisco ....................... 1.07 Quanshell Scott .................. 1.10 Karisse Baker . ...................... 1.08 K. Baker/J. Hignite . ............ 0.94 Karisse Baker . ...................... 1.08 Lindsay Pritchard ............... 1.58 Kelly Smith ........................... 1.41 Kelly Smith ........................... 1.18 Tammy Eichholz ................. 0.87 Susan Bishop....................... 1.05 Susan Bishop ....................... 0.99 Susan Bishop ....................... 1.02 Susan Bishop ....................... 0.93 Angie Raffo . ......................... 0.84 Priscilla Robinson . ..............2.48

Block Assists

Total Blocks

Blocks per Game


Year-by-Year Results Sue Stanley Overall Record: 3-8 One Season 1977

Sherry Coker Overall Record: 19-12 One Season 1981

1977 • Overall Record: 3-8 Tennessee-Martin .................................... L, 0-2 Morehead State ........................................ L, 0-2 Tennessee Tech ......................................... L, 0-2 East Tennessee .......................................... L, 0-2 Chattanooga .............................................. L, 0-2 Carson-Newman . ..................................... L, 0-2 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 3-2 Tennessee Tech ........................................ W, 2-1 Chattanooga .............................................. L, 1-2 Chattanooga .............................................. L, 1-2 Berry . ........................................................... W, 2-1 Sandy Neal Overall Record: 10-13 One Season 1978

1978 • Overall Record: 10-13 Records Unavailable

1981 • Record: 19-12 at Maryville .......................................................... L Tennessee-Martin ........................................... W Chattanooga ..................................................... W Tennessee Tech ................................................ W UTM Tournament ......................................... 2-2 at Austin Peay ................................................... W !Bellarmine . ......................................................... L at Tennessee . ...................................................... L at Tennessee Tech ........................................... W #Two Other Matches ................................... 1-1 $Christian Brothers ......................................... W at Trevecca ......................................................... W Tennessee Tournament .............................. 2-2 %OVC Tournament ...................................... 2-2 at Chattanooga ................................................ W Trevecca .............................................................. W Vanderbilt .......................................................... W Maryville ............................................................. W Vanderbilt .......................................................... W State Tournament . ....................................... 0-2 !Clarksville, Tenn.; #Cookeville, Tenn.; $Nashville, Tenn.; %Richmond, Ky.

Melinda Borthick Overall Record: 28-13 One Season 1979

Diane Cummings Overall Record: 98-156 Nine Seasons 1982-1987; 1992-1994

1979 • Overall Record: 28-13 Tennessee Tech ....................................... W, 2-1 Austin Peay ................................................ W, 3-0 Tennessee Tech ......................................... L, 1-2 Chattanooga ............................................. W, 2-0 Tennessee-Martin .................................... L, 0-2 Covenant .................................................... W, 2-0 Tennessee ................................................... L, 0-2 Tennessee Tech ......................................... L, 2-3 Virginia Tech .............................................. W, 2-1 James Madison ......................................... L, 0-2 Vanderbilt .................................................. W, 2-1 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 2-0 Bryan W, 2-1 Maryville ..................................................... W, 2-0 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 3-0 Austin Peay ................................................ W, 3-0 Southwest Baptist ................................... W, 2-0 Murray State . ............................................ W, 2-0 Northwest Missouri ................................. L, 0-2 Arkansas State ........................................... L, 0-2 Tennessee-Martin .................................... L, 0-2 Tennessee-Martin .................................... L, 0-2 Austin Peay ................................................ W, 2-1 Murray State . ............................................ W, 2-0 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 2-1 Austin Peay ................................................ W, 2-0 Chattanooga ............................................. W, 2-0 Tennessee Tech ........................................ W, 2-1 Remaining results incomplete Beth Glass Overall Record: Unknown One Season 1980

1980 • Overall Record: Unknown Records unavailable

1982 • Overall Record: 12-7 UAB . .............................................................. L, 0-1 Bellarmine . ................................................. L, 1-2 Western Kentucky ................................... W, 2-0 Chattanooga ............................................. W, 3-0 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 2-0 Covenant .................................................... W, 2-0 Tennessee Tech ......................................... L, 1-3 UAB L, 1-2 Mississippi Univ. for Women ............... W, 2-1 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 2-0 Fisk W, 2-0 North Alabama . ....................................... W, 2-0 Tennessee Tech ........................................ W, 2-0 Austin Peay ................................................ W, 3-0 North Alabama . ........................................ L, 0-3 %Youngstown State ............................... W, 2-0 %Morehead State . ................................... L, 0-2 %Akron ........................................................ L, 0-2 %Youngstown State ............................... W, 2-1 %OVC Tourney 1983 • Overall Record: 15-19 Ohio Valley Record: Unavailable Records Unavailable 1984 • Overall Record: 5-18 Ohio Valley Record: 3-4 (Fifth) at UAB............................................................L, 0-3 at Mississippi State .................................. L, 0-3 !Memphis .................................................... L, 1-3 !Arkansas ..................................................... L, 0-3 at Austin Peay ............................................ L, 0-3 Chattanooga ............................................. W, 3-2 *at Murray State . ..................................... W, 3-0 *Tennessee Tech ....................................... L, 0-3 at Western Kentucky ............................... L, 2-3 %Eastern Kentucky .................................. L, 0-3 %Youngstown State ................................ L, 0-3 %Akron.......................................................... L, 0-3 %Morehead State . ................................... L, 0-3 Austin Peay ................................................ W, 3-2 at Tennessee Tech .................................... L, 0-3

North Alabama . ........................................ L, 0-3 Western Kentucky .................................... L, 1-3 Murray State . ............................................ W, 3-0 Samford ...................................................... W, 3-1 at Western Kentucky ............................... L, 0-3 at Morehead State ................................... L, 0-3 UAB . .............................................................. L, 0-3 at North Alabama . ................................... L, 0-3 !Mississippi State Tourney; Starkville, Miss.; %OVC Tourney 1985 • Overall Record: 5-16 Ohio Valley Record: 1-9 (Fourth) at Western Kentucky ............................... L, 1-3 at North Alabama . ................................... L, 0-3 at Chattanooga ........................................ W, 3-1 at UAB ........................................................... L, 0-3 Murray State . ............................................ W, 3-2 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 3-0 at Tennessee Tech .................................... L, 1-3 %Akron ........................................................ L, 1-3 %Eastern Kentucky .................................. L, 0-3 %at Morehead State . .............................. L, 0-3 %Youngstown State ................................ L, 1-3 Austin Peay ................................................. L, 1-3 at Murray State . ........................................ L, 1-3 #UAB ............................................................. L, 0-2 Tennessee Tech ......................................... L, 0-3 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 2-0 Bryan L, 1-2 at Austin Peay ............................................ L, 2-3 Western Kentucky .................................... L, 0-3 North Alabama . ........................................ L, 0-3 at Samford ................................................. W, 3-0 %OVC Tourney, Morehead, Ky.; #Clarksville, Tenn.

!Lambuth .................................................... W, 2-0 !Maryville (St. Louis) ............................... W, 2-0 Tennessee State ....................................... W, 3-0 Louisville . .................................................... L, 0-3 !Lambuth .................................................... W, 2-0 !Maryville (St. Louis) ............................... W, 2-0 !at Christian Brothers ............................. W, 2-1 !Tennessee-Martin .................................. W, 2-1 !Henderson State . ................................... W, 2-0 North Alabama . ........................................ L, 0-3 Western Kentucky .................................... L, 2-3 Samford ...................................................... W, 2-1 Troy State .................................................... L, 1-2 Austin Peay ................................................. L, 0-3 #Brescia . ..................................................... W, 2-1 #Kentucky State ....................................... W, 2-0 #Christian Brothers .................................. L, 1-2 #Austin Peay . ............................................. L, 0-2 Tennessee Tech ......................................... L, 0-3 Eastern Kentucky . .................................... L, 0-3 Youngstown State . ................................. W, 3-1 Morehead State ........................................ L, 0-3 Murray State . ............................................. L, 2-3 Evansville . ................................................... L, 1-3 $Cumberland . .......................................... W, 2-0 $Fisk W, 2-0 $at Tennessee State ................................ W, 2-0 Kentucky . ................................................... W, 2-0 Eastern Kentucky . .................................... L, 0-2 Austin Peay ................................................. L, 2-3 Christian Brothers ................................... W, 3-2 Tennessee Tech ........................................ W, 3-0 Murray State . ............................................ W, 3-2 Evansville . .................................................. W, 3-0 North Alabama . ........................................ L, 2-3 !Christian Brothers Tourney; #Western Kentucky Tourney; $Tennessee State Tourney

1986 • Overall Record: 5-16 Ohio Valley Record: 2-8 (Seventh) !at Tennessee . ............................................ L, 0-3 !East Tennessee ........................................ W, 3-1 !Tennessee Tech ........................................ L, 0-3 #at Chattanooga . ..................................... L, 0-3 #Alabama-Huntsville ............................. W, 3-0 #Maryville .................................................. W, 3-2 Western Kentucky .................................... L, 1-3 at Samford ................................................. W, 3-0 Samford ...................................................... W, 3-1 $Mississippi College ............................... W, 2-0 $Christian Brothers ................................. W, 2-1 $Jacksonville State . ................................. L, 1-2 $Southeast Missouri . .............................. L, 0-2 Tennessee Tech ........................................ W, 3-2 Austin Peay ................................................. L, 0-3 Murray State . ............................................. L, 1-3 at Eastern Kentucky . ............................... L, 1-3 ^Morehead State ..................................... L, 0-3 ^Akron ......................................................... L, 2-3 ^Youngstown State ................................ W, 3-0 Tennessee State ....................................... W, 3-0 at Trevecca ................................................. W, 3-0 &Lambuth .................................................. W, 3-0 at Tennessee Tech .................................... L, 0-3 at Murray State . ........................................ L, 2-3 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 3-0 at Austin Peay ........................................... L, N/A Tennessee-Martin .................................... L, 1-3 Tennessee State ....................................... W, 3-0 at North Alabama . ................................... L, 0-3 !Lady Vol Classic, Knoxville, Tenn.; #Lady Moc Invitational, Chattanooga, Tenn.; $UT-Martin Tourney, Martin, Tenn.; ^OVC Tourney, Richmond, Ky.; &Nashville, Tenn. 1987 • Overall Record: 18-15 Ohio Valley Record: 3-4 (Sixth) Tennessee State ....................................... W, 3-0 Louisville . .................................................... L, 0-3 !Lambuth .................................................... W, 2-0 !Maryville (St. Louis) ............................... W, 2-0 Tennessee State ....................................... W, 3-0 Louisville . .................................................... L, 0-3

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Jim Luna Overall Record: 28-101 Four Seasons 1988-1991

1988 • Overall Record: 12-15 Ohio Valley Record: 4-8 (Fifth) Results Incomplete at Trevecca ................................................. W, 3-0 North Alabama . ........................................ L, 0-3 at Tennessee State .................................. W, 3-0 Samford ...................................................... W, 3-2 at Evansville . .............................................. L, 0-3 !Southeast Missouri ................................. L, 0-3 #Western Kentucky Tourney ................... N/A Austin Peay .................................................... N/A at Morehead State ...................................... N/A at Eastern Kentucky . .................................. N/A Tennessee Tech ......................................... L, 1-3 at Alabama-Huntsville ........................... W, 3-1 at Austin Peay ........................................... W, 3-1 Tennessee State ........................................... N/A Western Kentucky .................................... L, 1-3 Murray State . ............................................. L, 2-3 Evansville . ................................................... L, 0-3 Trevecca ...................................................... W, 3-0 at Samford ................................................. W, 3-0 Morehead State ........................................ L, 1-3 Eastern Kentucky . .................................... L, 0-3 at Tennessee Tech ....................................... N/A at Murray State . ........................................ L, 0-3 North Alabama . ........................................... N/A ^Tennessee Tech ...................................... L, 0-3 !Evansville, Ind.; #Western Kentucky Tourney; ^OVC Tourney, Morehead, Ky. 1989 • Overall Record: 5-30 Ohio Valley Record: 2-10 (Sixth) 9/16 9/16 9/16 9/19 9/16

at Evansville . .............................. L, 0-3 !Indiana State ............................. L, 0-3 !Southeast Missouri ................. L, 0-3 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 at Evansville . .............................. L, 0-3

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Year-by-Year Results 9/16 !Indiana State ............................. L, 0-3 9/16 !Southeast Missouri ................. L, 0-3 9/19 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 9/22 #Samford ..................................... L, 1-3 9/23 #Harding . .................................... L, 0-2 9/23 #Central Arkansas .................... L, 1-2 9/23 #Cumberland ............................ W, 2-0 9/23 #Freed-Hardeman ................... W, 2-0 9/25 at North Alabama ..................... L, 2-3 9/26 Chattanooga .............................. L, 1-3 9/16 at Evansville . .............................. L, 0-3 9/16 !Indiana State ............................. L, 0-3 9/16 !Southeast Missouri ................. L, 0-3 9/19 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 9/22 #Samford ..................................... L, 1-3 9/23 #Harding . .................................... L, 0-2 9/23 #Central Arkansas .................... L, 1-2 9/23 #Cumberland ............................ W, 2-0 9/23 #Freed-Hardeman ................... W, 2-0 9/25 at North Alabama ..................... L, 2-3 9/26 Chattanooga .............................. L, 1-3 9/29 $New Orleans ............................ L, 0-3 9/29 $UAB ............................................. L, 0-3 9/30 $Tennessee State . .................... L, 2-3 9/30 $Austin Peay . ............................. L, 0-3 10/3 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 10/6 *Morehead State ...................... L, 0-3 10/7 *Eastern Kentucky . .................. L, 0-3 10/10 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 0-3 10/12 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 0-3 10/13 *Murray State ............................. L, 0-3 10/16 at Chattanooga ......................... L, 0-3 10/17 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 0-3 10/19 at Tennessee-Martin . .............. L, 1-3 10/20 ^Miss. Univ. for Women ......... L, 0-3 10/20 ^Christian Brothers . ............... W, 3-0 10/21 ^Tennessee-Martin . ................ L, 1-3 10/21 ^Tennessee-Martin . ................ L, 2-3 10/24 Samford ....................................... L, 2-3 10/24 Evansville . ................................... L, 0-3 10/26 Western Kentucky .................... L, 0-3 11/3 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 0-3 11/4 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 11/7 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 1-3 11/9 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 11/13 North Alabama . ........................ L, 2-3 11/17 %at Murray State ...................... L, 0-3 *OVC Match; !Evansville Tourney; #Christian Brothers Tourney; $Western Kentucky Tourney; ^Neutral Site; %OVC Tourney, Murray, Ky. 1990 • Overall Record: 5-26 Ohio Valley Record : 2-10 (Sixth) 9/4 9/14 9/15 9/19 9/21 9/21 9/21 9/22 9/22 9/25 9/27 9/28 9/28 9/29 9/29 10/1 10/3 10/5 10/6 10/9 10/11 10/15 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/9 11/10 11/13

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at Trevecca ................................. W, 3-1 !at Memphis . .............................. L, 0-3 !East Tennessee ......................... L, 1-3 at Montevallo . ........................... L, 0-3 #at New Orleans . ...................... L, 0-3 #Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 1-3 #Sam Houston ........................... L, 0-3 #Georgia Tech ............................ L, 0-3 #Nicholls State . ......................... L, 1-4 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 Chattanooga ............................. W, 3-1 $at Western Kentucky ............. L, 0-3 $Austin Peay . ............................. L, 0-3 $Xavier ......................................... L, 0-3 $Tennessee State . ................... W, 3-0 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 Evansville . ................................... L, 2-3 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 1-3 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 1-3 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 at Chattanooga ......................... L, 1-3 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 0-3 *Murray State ............................. L, 0-3 Western Kentucky .................... L, 0-3 at Evansville . .............................. L, 0-3 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 0-3 *Eastern Kentucky . .................. L, 0-3 *Morehead State ...................... L, 0-3 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 1-3

11/16 %Murray State ........................... L, 0-3 *OVC Match; !Memphis Tourney; #UNO Days Inn Classic, New Orleans, La.; $Western Kentucky Tourney, Bowling Green, Ky.; %OVC Tourney, Nashville, Tenn. 1991 • Overall Record: 7-26 Ohio Valley Record: 3-11 (Seventh) 9/6 !at Alabama . .............................. L, 0-3 9/7 !Tulane .......................................... L, 1-3 9/6 !at Alabama . ............................... L, 0-3 9/7 !Tulane .......................................... L, 1-3 9/7 !Austin Peay ................................ L, 0-3 9/10 at Chattanooga ......................... L, 1-3 9/17 Evansville . ................................... L, 2-3 9/20 #Jacksonville .............................. L, 1-3 9/21 #at Clemson ............................... L, 0-3 9/21 #East Tennessee ........................ L, 0-3 9/21 #Appalachian State . ................ L, 0-3 9/24 at Tennessee State .................. W, 3-0 9/26 Chattanooga .............................. L, 1-3 9/26 Samford ....................................... L, 0-3 9/6 !at Alabama . ............................... L, 0-3 9/7 !Tulane .......................................... L, 1-3 9/7 !Austin Peay ................................ L, 0-3 9/10 at Chattanooga ......................... L, 1-3 9/17 Evansville . ................................... L, 2-3 9/20 #Jacksonville .............................. L, 1-3 9/21 #at Clemson ............................... L, 0-3 9/21 #East Tennessee ........................ L, 0-3 9/21 #Appalachian State . ................ L, 0-3 9/24 at Tennessee State .................. W, 3-0 9/26 Chattanooga .............................. L, 1-3 9/26 Samford ....................................... L, 0-3 9/27 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 9/28 *at Southeast Missouri .......... W, 3-2 10/1 at Evansville . .............................. L, 1-3 10/1 at Southern Indiana . ............... L, 1-3 10/4 *Eastern Kentucky . .................. L, 0-3 10/5 *Morehead State ...................... L, 1-3 10/8 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 0-3 10/10 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 10/11 Oral Roberts .............................. W, 3-0 10/15 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 2-3 10/18 *Murray State ............................. L, 2-3 10/22 at Samford ................................. W, 3-1 10/26 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 0-3 10/26 Cumberland .............................. W, 3-0 10/29 at Tennessee-Martin . .............. L, 0-3 11/5 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 0-3 11/8 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 1-3 11/9 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 2-3 11/12 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 0-3 11/12 North Alabama . ........................ L, 0-3 11/14 UT-Martin .................................... L, 1-3 11/24 %Eastern Kentucky .................. L, 0-3 !Alabama Tourney, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; #Clemson Tourney, Clemson, S.C.; *OVC Match; %OVC Tourney, Cookeville, Tenn. 1992 Head Coach: Diane Cummings Overall Record: 12-18 Ohio Valley Record: 4-12 (Sixth) 9/7 9/7 9/9 9/11 9/12 9/15 9/18 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/25 9/26 9/29 10/1 10/2 10/9 9/7 9/7 9/9

#at Austin Peay . ....................... L, 1-3 #Southern Indiana .................. W, 3-2 Samford ...................................... W, 3-2 $at Tulane . .................................. L, 1-3 $New Orleans ........................... W, 3-2 UT-Chattanooga ...................... W, 3-0 ^Arkansas State ........................ L, 1-3 ^at Ole Miss . .............................. L, 0-3 ^Tulane ........................................ L, 0-3 ^Northwestern . ....................... W, 3-0 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 2-3 *at Tennessee-Martin . ............ L, 0-3 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 0-3 *Murray State ............................. L, 0-3 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 1-3 #at Austin Peay . ........................ L, 1-3 #Southern Indiana .................. W, 3-2 Samford ...................................... W, 3-2

9/11 $at Tulane . .................................. L, 1-3 9/12 $New Orleans ........................... W, 3-2 9/15 UT-Chattanooga ...................... W, 3-0 9/18 ^Arkansas State ........................ L, 1-3 9/18 ^at Ole Miss . .............................. L, 0-3 9/19 ^Tulane ........................................ L, 0-3 9/19 ^Northwestern . ....................... W, 3-0 9/25 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 2-3 9/26 *at Tennessee-Martin . ............ L, 0-3 9/29 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 10/1 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 0-3 10/2 *Murray State ............................. L, 0-3 10/9 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 1-3 10/10 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 10/13 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 2-3 10/15 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 1-3 10/16 Northeastern Illinois . ............. W, 3-0 10/20 Oral Roberts .............................. W, 3-1 10/23 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 2-3 10/24 *Tennessee-Martin . ................ W, 3-1 10/27 at Chattanooga ........................ W, 3-0 10/30 *at Murray State ........................ L, 1-3 11/3 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 11/6 *Eastern Kentucky . .................. L, 0-3 11/7 *Morehead State ...................... L, 0-3 11/12 *Tennessee Tech ...................... W, 3-2 11/22 %Murray State ........................... L, 2-3 *OVC Match; #Round-Robin Meet; $Tulane Tourney; ^Ole Miss Tourney, Oxford, Miss.; %OVC Tourney, Clarksville, Tenn. 1993 Head Coach: Diane Cummings Overall Record: 10-24 Ohio Valley Record: 3-13 (Eighth) 9/7 !Samford ...................................... L, 2-3 9/7 !at Alabama . ............................... L, 0-3 9/10 #Texas-El Paso . .......................... L, 0-3 9/11 #St. Francis (Ill.) .......................... L, 0-3 9/11 #at St. Louis . ............................... L, 2-3 9/14 at Louisville . ............................... L, 0-3 9/17 $Missouri ..................................... L, 0-3 9/18 $at South Florida ...................... L, 0-3 9/18 $Florida Atlantic . ...................... L, 0-3 9/21 at Western Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 9/24 *Tennessee-Martin . ................. L, 2-3 9/25 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 0-3 9/28 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 9/7 !Samford ...................................... L, 2-3 9/7 !at Alabama . ............................... L, 0-3 9/10 #Texas-El Paso . .......................... L, 0-3 9/11 #St. Francis (Ill.) .......................... L, 0-3 9/11 #at St. Louis . ............................... L, 2-3 9/14 at Louisville . ............................... L, 0-3 9/17 $Missouri ..................................... L, 0-3 9/18 $at South Florida ...................... L, 0-3 9/18 $Florida Atlantic . ...................... L, 0-3 9/21 at Western Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 9/24 *Tennessee-Martin . ................. L, 2-3 9/25 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 0-3 9/28 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 9/30 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 0-3 10/2 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 10/5 at Chattanooga ........................ W, 3-1 10/8 *Morehead State ...................... L, 2-3 10/9 *Eastern Kentucky . .................. L, 2-3 10/12 *Tennessee Tech ...................... W, 3-2 10/14 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 0-3 10/15 ^Oral Roberts . .......................... W, 3-0 10/15 ^Tennessee State .................... W, 3-0 10/16 ^Samford . .................................. W, 3-0 10/16 ^Chicago State . ....................... W, 3-0 10/22 *at Tennessee-Martin . ............ L, 1-3 10/23 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 1-3 10/26 Chattanooga ............................. W, 3-1 10/30 *Murray State ............................. L, 1-3 11/2 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 11/5 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 11/6 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 0-3 11/9 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 0-3 11/19 %Tennessee State ................... W, 3-0 11/20 %Southeast Missouri .............. L, 1-3 *OVC Match; !Tuscaloosa, Ala.; #St. Louis Tourney; $USF Tourney; ^MTSU Invite;

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%OVC Tourney, Richmond, Ky. 1994 Head Coach: Diane Cummings Overall Record: 7-23 Ohio Valley Record: 3-13 (Seventh) 9/2 !Southern Mississippi ............. L, 2-3 9/3 !Indiana ........................................ L, 0-3 9/2 !Southern Mississippi .............. L, 2-3 9/3 !Indiana ........................................ L, 0-3 9/3 !at Auburn ................................... L, 0-3 9/6 Cincinnati .................................... L, 0-3 9/10 #Troy State .................................. L, 1-3 9/10 #at Austin Peay . ........................ L, 1-3 9/13 $Samford ..................................... L, 0-3 9/13 $at Alabama ............................... L, 0-3 9/17 ^Tennessee State .................... W, 3-0 9/17 ^Chattanooga .......................... W, 3-2 9/23 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 1-3 9/24 *at Tennessee-Martin . ............ L, 1-3 9/27 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 9/29 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 1-3 9/30 *Murray State ............................. L, 1-3 10/7 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 0-3 10/8 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 10/11 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 1-3 10/13 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 1-3 10/18 at Chattanooga ........................ W, 3-0 10/21 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 2-3 10/22 *Tennessee-Martin . ................ W, 3-0 10/25 at Western Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 10/28 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 11/1 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 11/4 *Eastern Kentucky . .................. L, 1-3 11/5 *Morehead State ...................... L, 0-3 11/8 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 1-3 11/18 %Tennessee State ................... W, 3-0 11/19 %Southeast Missouri .............. L, 2-3 *OVC Match; !Auburn Invite, Auburn, Ala.; #Austin Peay Tri-Meet, Clarksville, Tenn.; $Tuscaloosa, Ala.; ^MTSU Tri-Meet, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; %OVC Tourney, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Lisa Kissee Overall Record: 124-160* Nine Seasons 1995-2003 *actual record 136-160 includes wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions

1995 • Overall Record: 32-7 Ohio Valley Record: 13-3 (Second) Ohio Valley Tournament Champions NCAA Regional Tournament 9/1 9/2 9/2 9/5 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/15 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/22 9/23 9/29 9/30 10/3 10/6 10/6 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/20 10/21 10/26 10/27 10/28 11/1

!Mercer ........................................ W, 3-1 !Tennessee State ...................... W, 3-0 !at Chattanooga ....................... W, 3-0 Western Kentucky ................... W, 3-0 #Towson State .......................... W, 3-0 #Robert Morris ......................... W, 3-0 #at Kent . ..................................... W, 3-0 $at Tulane . ................................. W, 3-0 $Nicholls State . ......................... L, 2-3 $Alabama .................................... L, 0-3 $Central Florida . ....................... L, 0-3 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 2-3 *at Morehead State . ............... W, 3-2 *Tennessee-Martin . ................ W, 3-0 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 0-3 at Memphis . .............................. W, 3-1 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 *at Murray State ....................... W, 3-2 *at Tennessee Tech . ................ W, 3-1 *at Austin Peay ......................... W, 3-1 Chattanooga ............................. W, 3-1 Texas-Pan American ............... W, 3-0 *Morehead State ..................... W, 3-0 *Eastern Kentucky . ................. W, 3-0 at Evansville . ............................. W, 3-1 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 1-3 *at Tennessee-Martin . ........... W, 3-0 at Samford ................................. W, 3-0


Year-by-Year Results 11/3 *Murray State ............................ W, 3-2 11/7 *Tennessee Tech ...................... W, 3-1 11/10 *^Tennessee State .................. W, 3-0 11/10 ^Troy State . ............................... W, 3-0 11/11 ^Campbell ................................. W, 3-0 11/13 *Austin Peay .............................. W, 3-1 11/17 %Austin Peay ............................ W, 3-0 10/17 Chattanooga ............................. W, 3-1 10/19 Texas-Pan American ............... W, 3-0 10/20 *Morehead State ..................... W, 3-0 10/21 *Eastern Kentucky . ................. W, 3-0 10/26 at Evansville . ............................. W, 3-1 10/27 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 1-3 10/28 *at Tennessee-Martin . ........... W, 3-0 11/1 at Samford ................................. W, 3-0 11/3 *Murray State ............................ W, 3-2 11/7 *Tennessee Tech ...................... W, 3-1 11/10 *^Tennessee State .................. W, 3-0 11/10 ^Troy State . ............................... W, 3-0 11/11 ^Campbell ................................. W, 3-0 11/13 *Austin Peay .............................. W, 3-1 11/17 %Austin Peay ............................ W, 3-0 11/18 %Murray State ...........................W, 3-0 11/19 %at Morehead State . ............. W, 3-1 11/25 +Princeton ................................. W, 3-1 11/29 &at George Washington . ....... L, 0-3 *OVC Match; !UTC Invite, Chattanooga, Tenn.; #Kent Invite, Kent, Ohio; $Tulane Tourney, New Orleans, La.; ^Holiday INNvitational, Cookeville, Tenn.; %OVC Tourney, Morehead, Ky.; +NCAA Play-In, Mufreesboro, Tenn.; &NCAA East Regional, Washington, D.C. 1996 • Overall Record: 16-19 Ohio Valley Record: 8-10 (Sixth) 8/30 !Providence ................................. L, 2-3 8/30 !Southwest Texas ...................... L, 2-3 8/31 !Tulane ......................................... W, 3-1 8/31 !at UMass ..................................... L, 0-3 9/6 #SW Louisiana . ......................... W, 3-2 9/6 #at Memphis ............................. W, 3-2 9/7 #Davidson .................................. W, 3-1 9/7 #Ole Miss ..................................... L, 1-3 9/10 UAB ............................................... W, 3-2 9/13 $Bowling Green ........................ L, 0-3 9/13 $Arkansas State . ....................... L, 1-3 9/14 $San Francisco . ......................... L, 0-3 9/14 $at Butler ..................................... L, 0-3 9/17 *at Austin Peay ......................... W, 3-2 9/20 *Eastern Kentucky . ................. W, 3-0 9/21 *Morehead State ..................... W, 3-0 9/25 Western Kentucky ................... W, 3-1 10/1 at Chattanooga ........................ W, 3-1 10/4 *Tennessee-Martin . ................ W, 3-1 10/5 *Murray State ............................. L, 2-3 10/8 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 2-3 10/10 *at Eastern Illinois . .................. W, 3-2 10/11 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 0-3 10/15 Evansville . .................................. W, 3-1 10/18 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 0-3 10/21 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 0-3 10/22 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 10/29 *at Tennessee Tech . ................ W, 3-1 11/1 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 1-3 11/2 *Eastern Illinois . ........................ L, 2-3 11/6 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 0-3 11/8 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 11/9 *at Tennessee-Martin . ............ L, 1-3 11/15 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 11/22 %at Murray State ...................... L, 0-3 OVC Match; !UMass Tourney, Amherst, Mass.; #Graphic Systems Classic, Memphis, Tenn.; $Butler Invite, Indianapolis, Ind.; %OVC Tourney, Murray, Ky. 1997 • Overall Record: 11-23 Ohio Valley Record: 5-13 (Seventh) 8/30 8/30 8/31 8/31 9/12

!at Chattanooga ....................... W, 3-1 !Tennessee .................................. L, 0-3 !Tennessee Tech ........................ L, 1-3 !East Tennessee ........................ W, 3-0 #Kentucky ................................... L, 0-3

9/13 #at Ohio ....................................... L, 2-3 9/13 #James Madison ....................... L, 0-3 9/16 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-1 9/18 *at Southeast Missouri .......... L, 0-3 9/20 $Western Illinois ...................... W, 3-1 9/20 $at St. Louis ............................... W, 3-2 9/23 at Western Kentucky .............. W, 3-0 9/24 *at Eastern Illinois . ................... L, 0-3 9/30 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 2-3 10/3 at Morehead State . ................. W, 3-2 10/4 *at Eastern Kentucky .............. W, 3-1 10/7 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 0-3 10/10 *Murray State ............................. L, 0-3 10/11 *Tennessee-Martin . ................ W, 3-2 10/14 at Alabama . ................................ L, 1-3 10/17 ^Syracuse .................................... L, 2-3 10/18 ^at Southwest Missouri ......... L, 2-3 10/18 ^Wichita State ........................... L, 0-3 10/21 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 10/25 *Eastern Illinois . ........................ L, 0-3 10/26 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 0-3 10/28 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 0-3 10/31 *at Tennessee-Martin . ............ L, 1-3 11/1 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 11/7 *Eastern Kentucky . .................. L, 2-3 11/8 *Morehead State ...................... L, 1-3 11/11 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 1-3 11/21 %Eastern Kentucky ................. W, 3-0 11/21 %Tennessee Tech . .................... L, 1-3 !Tennessee Preview, Chattanooga, Tenn.; #Larry Conrath Invite, Athens, Ohio; $St. Louis Tourney, St. Louis, Mo.; ^SW Missouri Tourney, Springfield, Mo.; %OVC Tourney, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 1998 • Overall Record: 7-20 Ohio Valley Record: 5-13 (Eighth) 9/1 at Belmont ................................. W, 3-1 9/4 #Arizona . ..................................... L, 0-3 9/5 #at Colorado State ................... L, 0-3 9/6 #Indiana ....................................... L, 0-3 9/18 *at Southeast Missouri ........... L, 0-3 9/19 *at Eastern Illinois . ................... L, 1-3 9/22 Alabama . ..................................... L, 1-3 9/25 *at Tennessee State ................ W, 3-0 9/27 Western Kentucky .................... L, 1-3 9/30 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 0-3 10/1 *at Austin Peay .......................... L, 0-3 10/3 Florida International . ............. W, 3-0 10/7 Chattanooga .............................. L, 0-3 10/9 *at Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 2-3 10/10 *at Morehead State . ................ L, 0-3 10/13 at Memphis . ............................... L, 0-3 10/16 *Tennessee-Martin . ................. L, 0-3 10/17 *Murray State ............................. L, 1-3 10/20 *at Tennessee Tech . ................. L, 2-3 10/23 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 10/25 *Austin Peay .............................. W, 3-2 10/30 *Eastern Illinois . ........................ L, 1-3 10/31 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 0-3 11/6 *at Murray State ........................ L, 0-3 11/7 *at Tennessee-Martin . ............ L, 0-3 11/13 *Morehead State ..................... W, 3-1 11/14 *Eastern Kentucky . ................. W, 3-1 #Colorado State Tourney, Ft. Collins, Colo.; *OVC Match 1999 • Overall Record: 13-17 Ohio Valley Record: 7-11 (Seventh) 9/1 9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/7 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/21 9/22

Memphis . ................................... L, 0-3 #College of Charleston .......... W, 3-1 #La Salle ....................................... L, 2-3 #UNC Asheville . ....................... W, 3-0 #Evansville ................................. W, 3-1 Western Kentucky .................... L, 0-3 $Eastern Michigan ................... L, 0-3 $DePaul . ..................................... W, 3-0 $Valparaiso ................................. L, 1-3 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 1-3 *Eastern Kentucky . ................. W, 3-1 *Morehead State ..................... W, 3-0 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-0 Chattanooga .............................. L, 0-3

9/28 Belmont ...................................... W, 3-1 10/1 *Tennessee-Martin . ................ W, 3-2 10/2 *Murray State ............................ W, 3-2 10/8 *Morehead State ...................... L, 1-3 10/9 *Eastern Kentucky . ................. W, 3-1 10/12 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 0-3 10/15 *Tennessee State ..................... W, 3-1 10/16 *Austin Peay ............................... L, 0-3 10/22 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 0-3 10/23 *Eastern Illinois . ........................ L, 0-3 10/29 *Tennessee-Martin . ................ W, 3-2 10/30 *Murray State ............................. L, 0-3 10/31 Centenary . ................................. W, 3-0 11/4 *Tennessee Tech ....................... L, 0-3 11/13 *Eastern Illinois . ........................ L, 0-3 11/14 *Southeast Missouri ................ L, 1-3 #MT Invite, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; $Valparaiso Tourney, Valparaiso, Ind.; *OVC Match 2000 • Overall Record: 16-18 Sun Belt Record: 7-9 (Fourth, East) Sun Belt Tournament: Third 9/1 !Wright State .............................. L, 1-3 9/2 !at Pepperdine ........................... L, 0-3 9/2 !Northern Iowa .......................... L, 0-3 9/6 Tennessee State ....................... W, 3-0 9/8 #Xavier . ........................................ L, 0-3 9/9 #Virginia . ..................................... L, 1-3 9/9 #Western Michigan . ................ L, 0-3 9/15 %Mercer . .................................... W, 3-0 9/15 %Wofford ................................... W, 3-1 9/16 %UNC Asheville ....................... W, 3-2 9/19 Chattanooga ............................. W, 3-0 9/22 *Florida International . ........... W, 3-1 9/23 *Louisiana Tech ........................ W, 3-0 9/26 *Western Kentucky .................. L, 0-3 9/29 *Louisiana-Lafayette ............... L, 2-3 10/3 Belmont ...................................... W, 3-0 10/6 *UALR . .......................................... L, 0-3 10/7 *Arkansas State ......................... L, 2-3 10/11 Mississippi State . ...................... L, 1-3 10/13 *Denver ........................................ L, 2-3 10/15 *New Mexico State ................. W, 3-1 10/17 Belmont ...................................... W, 3-0 10/20 *South Alabama . ..................... W, 3-1 10/21 *New Orleans ............................. L, 2-3 10/24 Memphis . .................................... L, 2-3 10/28 *Arkansas State ......................... L, 0-3 10/29 *UALR . .......................................... L, 0-3 11/3 *North Texas .............................. W, 3-1 11/5 *Western Kentucky ................. W, 3-1 11/10 *Florida International . ............ L, 2-3 11/12 *Louisiana Tech ........................ W, 3-2 11/16 ^South Alabama . .................... W, 3-0 11/17 ^Denver ...................................... W, 3-2 11/18 ^New Orleans ............................ L, 0-3 !Pepperdine Tourney, Malibu, Calif.; #Xavier Tourney, Cincinnati, Ohio; %Mercer Tourney, Macon, Ga.; *Sun Belt Match; ^Sun Belt Tourney, New Orleans, La. 2001 • Overall Record: 10-22 Sun Belt Record: 4-10 (Fourth, East) Sun Belt Tournament: Ninth 8/31 8/31 9/1 9/1 9/4 9/7 9/8 9/8 9/18 9/22 9/23 9/24 9/28 9/29 10/2 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14

@vs. Kansas ................................. L, 1-3 @vs. Virginia Common. . ........ W, 3-0 @at Charlotte ............................. L, 1-3 @vs. Providence ....................... W, 3-0 at UAB ........................................... L, 1-3 #vs. Austin Peay . ....................... L, 1-3 #at Bradley .................................. L, 0-3 #vs. Western Illinois ................ W, 3-0 Belmont ...................................... W, 3-0 *at Florida Int’l ........................... L, 2-3 at Miami ....................................... L, 0-3 Arkansas ...................................... L, 0-3 *Louisiana-Lafayette .............. W, 3-1 *Western Kentucky .................. L, 0-3 at Chattanooga ......................... L, 2-3 *Arkansas State ........................ W, 3-1 *UALR . .......................................... L, 2-3 *at Denver ................................... L, 0-3 *at New Mexico State . ............ L, 0-3

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10/19 *South Alabama . ..................... W, 1-3 10/20 *New Orleans ............................. L, 2-3 10/23 Tennessee . .................................. L, 1-3 10/27 *at UALR . ..................................... L, 1-3 10/28 *at Arkansas State ................... W, 3-2 10/30 *at Western Kentucky ............. L, 0-3 11/2 *at North Texas .......................... L, 0-3 11/3 !vs. Oklahoma ........................... W, 0-3 11/4 !vs. Wichita State ....................... L, 2-3 11/4 !at Southwest Missouri ........... L, 0-3 11/10 *Florida International . ............ L, 1-3 11/14 %vs. New Orleans ..................... L, 1-3 11/24 vs. Samford ................................ W, 3-2 11/24 vs. Wake Forest .......................... L, 0-3 @UNC Charlotte Tourney, Charlotte, N.C.; #Bradley Tourney, Peoria, Ill.; !SW Missouri State Tourney, Springfield, Mo.; *Sun Belt Match; %Sun Belt Tourney, Denver, Colo.; #Alabama Tourney, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2002 • Overall Record: 17-15 Sun Belt Record: 7-7 (Third, East) Sun Belt Tournament: Fourth 8/30 @Western Carolina . ................ W, 3-1 8/30 @Purdue ...................................... L, 2-3 8/31 @Evansville ................................. L, 1-3 8/31 @Chicago State ........................ W, 3-0 9/4 Chattanooga ............................. W, 3-0 9/6 #vs. Appalachian St. . .............. W, 3-1 9/7 #at Memphis ............................. W, 3-2 9/7 #vs. Birm.-Southern ................ W, 3-1 9/10 Mississippi State . ...................... L, 2-3 9/13 &at Auburn ................................ W, 3-0 9/14 &vs. Wyoming ............................ L, 0-3 9/15 &vs. UNC Greensboro.............. W, 3-0 9/18 at Austin Peay ........................... W, 3-1 9/25 *Western Kentucky .................. L, 1-3 9/27 *North Texas ............................... L, 0-3 10/4 *UALR . .......................................... L, 1-3 10/6 *Arkansas State ........................ W, 3-2 10/8 UAB ................................................ L, 2-3 10/11 *Florida International . ........... W, 3-2 10/15 at Tennessee . ............................. L, 2-3 10/18 *at Denver .................................. W, 3-1 10/20 *at New Mexico State . ............ L, 0-3 10/26 *New Orleans ............................ W, 3-0 10/27 *South Alabama . ..................... W, 3-1 10/30 at Belmont .................................. L, 0-3 11/2 *Florida International . ........... W, 3-1 11/6 *at Arkansas State ................... W, 3-2 11/8 *at UALR . ..................................... L, 2-3 11/12 *at Western Kentucky ............. L, 0-3 11/15 *at Louisiana-Lafayette .......... L, 0-3 11/21 %vs. North Texas ...................... W, 3-2 11/22 %vs. New Mexico State .......... L, 0-3 @Lady Raider Tourney, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; #Memphis Tourney, Memphis, Tenn.; &Auburn Tourney, Auburn, Ala.; *Sun Belt Match; %Sun Belt Tourney, Miami, Fla. **2003 • Overall Record: 14-19 (2-19) Sun Belt Record: 5-9 (Fourth, East) Sun Belt Tournament: Eighth **8/29 **8/30 **8/30 **9/1 **9/5 **9/6 **9/6 **9/9 **9/12 **9/13 **9/13 **9/19 **9/20 **9/20 **9/23 **9/26 **9/28 **10/3 10/5 10/8

@vs. TCU . .................................... W, 3-2 @vs. Delaware . ......................... W, 3-1 @at C. of Charleston ............... W, 3-2 at Georgia State ........................ L, 2-3 #vs. Washington . ...................... L, 0-3 #vs. Ohio University ................. L, 1-3 #vs. IPFW . .................................... L, 2-3 Belmont ...................................... W, 3-0 &Indiana State ........................... L, 1-3 &at Purdue .................................. L, 0-3 &Mississippi State . .................. W, 3-1 !Appalachian State . ................ W, 3-0 !Western Illinois . ...................... W, 3-0 !Murray State . ............................ L, 0-3 Memphis . .................................... L, 2-3 *at North Texas .......................... L, 1-3 *at Western Kentucky ............. L, 0-3 *at UALR . ..................................... L, 0-3 *at Arkansas State .................... L, 1-3 at Chattanooga ......................... L, 1-3

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Year-by-Year Results 10/12 *Florida International . ........... W, 3-1 10/17 *Denver ........................................ L, 2-3 10/19* *New Mexico State .................. L, 0-3 10/24 *at South Alabama . ................ W, 3-0 10/25 *at New Orleans ........................ L, 1-3 **10/28 Tennessee Tech ........................ W, 3-2 **11/2 *at Florida Int’l .......................... W, 3-2 **11/3 Austin Peay ................................ W, 3-1 **11/7 *Arkansas State ........................ W, 3-2 **11/9 *UALR . .......................................... L, 2-3 **11/13 *Louisiana-Lafayette .............. W, 3-1 **11/16 *Western Kentucky .................. L, 0-3 **11/20 %Western Kentucky ................ L, 1-3 @College of Charleston Tourney, Charleston, S.C.; #IP Fort Wayne Tourney, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; &Purdue Tourney, West Lafayette, Ind.; !MT Invite, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; *Sun Belt Match; %Sun Belt Tourney, Bowling Green, Ky. ** matches vacated due to NCAA sanctions (2-19) Matt Peck Overall Record: 89-37* Five Seasons 2004-Present * actual record 134-37 includes wins vacated due to NCAA sanctions

** 2004 • Overall Record: 17-14 (0-14) Sun Belt Record: 9-5 (Third, East) Sun Belt Tournament: Fifth 9/3 @Fresno State ............................ L, 0-3 9/3 @at SMS ....................................... L, 0-3 9/4 @vs. Western Illinois ................ L, 0-3 9/4 @vs. Kentucky ............................ L, 1-3 9/10 #Chattanooga . ......................... W, 3-1 9/11 #Austin Peay . ............................ W, 3-1 9/11 #Toledo ........................................ L, 2-3 9/17 &IPFW ........................................... L, 0-3 9/18 &vs. Georgia Tech ..................... L, 0-3 9/18 &at Miami University .............. W, 3-2 9/24 *Western Kentucky .................. L, 0-3 9/25 Troy ............................................... W, 3-0 9/26 *North Texas .............................. W, 3-1 10/1 *Arkansas State ........................ W, 3-2 10/2 *UALR . ......................................... W, 3-0 10/6 at Tennessee Tech . .................. W, 3-0 10/10 *at Florida Int’l .......................... W, 3-1 10/11 at Florida Atlantic .................... W, 3-1 10/15 *at New Mexico State . ............ L, 1-3 10/17 *at Denver ................................... L, 1-3 10/22 *New Orleans ............................ W, 3-1 10/24 *South Alabama . ..................... W, 3-1 10/26 at Memphis . ............................... L, 0-3 10/29 *Florida International . ........... W, 3-0 11/2 at Chattanooga ........................ W, 3-1 11/5 *at UALR . .................................... W, 3-2 11/7 *at Arkansas State .................... L, 1-3 11/9 Georgia State ............................ W, 3-0 11/12 *at Western Kentucky ............. L, 1-3 11/14 *at La.-Lafayette ....................... W, 3-2 11/18 %at New Orleans ...................... L, 2-3 @SMS Tourney, Springfield, Mo.; #MT Invite, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; &Miami University Tourney, Oxford, Ohio; *Sun Belt Match; %Sun Belt Tourney, New Orleans, La. ** season vacated due to NCAA sanctions (0-14) ** 2005 • Overall Record: 28-4 (0-4) Sun Belt Record: 10-2 (Second, East) Sun Belt Tournament: Runner-Up 8/26 8/26 8/27 8/28 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/9 9/10

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@Alabama A&M ...................... W, 3-0 @Texas-El Paso . ......................... L, 1-3 @Tennessee State . .................. W, 3-0 at Georgia . ................................. W, 3-2 #at Charlotte ............................. W, 3-0 #Delaware .................................. W, 3-0 #Texas San Antonio ................ W, 3-2 &IUPUI ......................................... W, 3-2 &Tennessee-Martin . ............... W, 3-0

9/10 &Tennessee Tech ..................... W, 3-1 9/11 &McNeese State . ..................... W, 3-2 9/13 at Austin Peay ........................... W, 3-0 9/16 ^Washington State ................. W, 3-0 9/17 ^at St. Louis ............................... W, 3-1 9/17 ^Oakland . .................................. W, 3-0 9/23 *at Western Kentucky ............. L, 0-3 9/25 *at Troy ........................................ W, 3-0 9/30 *at Arkansas State ................... W, 3-1 10/2 *at UALR . .................................... W, 3-1 10/8 Southeast Missouri ................. W, 3-0 10/9 *Florida International . ........... W, 3-1 10/14 *North Texas .............................. W, 3-1 10/16 *Denver ....................................... W, 3-1 10/21 *Louisiana-Lafayette .............. W, 3-0 10/25 Lipscomb . .................................. W, 3-0 11/4 *UALR . ......................................... W, 3-0 11/6 *Arkansas State ........................ W, 3-0 11/11 *Western Kentucky .................. L, 1-3 11/13 *South Alabama . ..................... W, 3-0 11/17 %Arkansas State ...................... W, 3-0 11/18 %Denver ..................................... W, 3-0 11/19 %Western Kentucky ................ L, 2-3 @MT Tourney; #Spring Hill Invite, Charlotte, N.C.; &Blue Raider Bash; ^St. Louis Tourney, *Sun Belt Match; %Sun Belt Tourney, Murfreesboro, Tenn. ** season vacated due to NCAA sanctions (0-4) 2006 • Overall Record: 27-8 Sun Belt Record: 14-3 (T-First, East) Sun Belt Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Second Round 8/25 @vs. Radford . ........................... W, 3-0 8/26 @vs. Marshall . ........................... W, 3-1 8/26 @vs. Appalachian St. .............. W, 3-0 9/1 !vs. Long Beach State .............. L, 1-3 9/2 !at Nebraska . .............................. L, 0-3 9/3 !vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.) ................ W, 3-2 9/8 $vs. Miami (Ohio) . ................... W, 3-0 9/9 $vs. Illinois-Chicago . .............. W, 3-0 9/9 $vs. St. Louis ............................... L, 1-3 9/10 $vs. Creighton . .......................... L, 0-3 9/15 &vs. Temple . .............................. W, 3-0 9/16 &vs. Syracuse . ........................... W, 3-0 9/16 &at Albany . ................................ W, 3-0 9/22 *South Alabama . ..................... W, 3-0 9/23 *Troy ............................................. W, 3-2 9/29 *at Denver .................................. W, 3-1 10/1 *at North Texas .......................... L, 2-3 10/6 *at UALR . .................................... W, 3-0 10/8 *at Arkansas State ................... W, 3-0 10/13 *Florida Atlantic ....................... W, 3-0 10/15 *Florida International . ........... W, 3-0 10/17 *Western Kentucky .................. L, 2-3 10/20 *Louisiana-Monroe ................. W, 3-0 10/21 *Louisiana-Lafayette .............. W, 3-0 10/22 *New Orleans ............................ W, 3-0 10/27 *at Florida Atlantic ................... L, 0-3 10/29 *at Florida Int’l .......................... W, 3-0 11/3 *at South Alabama . ................ W, 3-1 11/4 *at Troy ........................................ W, 3-0 11/11 *at Western Kentucky ............ W, 3-1 11/16 %vs. Florida Atlantic ............... W, 3-0 11/17 %vs. North Texas ...................... W, 3-1 11/18 %vs. Florida Int’l ....................... W, 3-0 12/1 #vs. Louisville ............................ W, 3-2 12/2 #vs. #18 Ohio State .................. L, 1-3 @Broyhill Inn Appalachian Classic, Boone, N.C.; !Nebraska Tournament, Lincoln, Neb.; $Blue Raider Bash, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; &Albany Tournament, Albany, N.Y.; *Sun Belt Match; %Sun Belt Tourney, Denton, Texas; #NCAA Tournament

2007 • Overall Record: 35-3 Sun Belt Record: 16-1 (First, East) Sun Belt Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Regionals 8/24 ! Montana State........................ W, 3-0 8/24 ! Creighton................................. W, 3-0 8/25 ! Stephen F. Austin................... W, 3-0 8/26 Iowa State................................... W, 3-1 8/31 $ No. 21 Oklahoma.................. W, 3-0 9/1 $ Idaho......................................... W, 3-1 9/1 $ Oregon State.......................... W, 3-2 9/7 @ NORTHEASTERN.................. W, 3-0 9/7 @ GEORGIA STATE.................... W, 3-1 9/8 @ TEXAS-ARLINGTON............. W, 3-0 9/9 MISSOURI STATE.........................L, 3-1 9/14 % Long Island............................ W, 3-0 9/15 % Hofstra.................................... W, 3-1 9/15 % Connecticut.......................... W, 3-1 9/21 * South Alabama...................... W, 3-0 9/22 * Troy............................................ W, 3-0 9/29 * DENVER.................................... W, 3-0 9/30 * NORTH TEXAS........................ W, 3-0 10/5 * UALR.......................................... W, 3-0 10/7 * ARKANSAS STATE.................. W, 3-1 10/11 * Florida Atlantic...................... W, 3-0 10/13 * Florida International............ W, 3-0 10/15 * Western Kentucky..................L, 3-0 10/19 * Louisiana-Monroe................ W, 3-0 10/20 * Louisiana-Lafayette ............ W, 3-0 10/22 * New Orleans........................... W, 3-0 10/26 * FLORIDA ATLANTIC.............. W, 3-0 10/27 * FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL... W, 3-1 11/2 * SOUTH ALABAMA................. W, 3-0 11/3 * TROY.......................................... W, 3-0 11/9 * WESTERN KENTUCKY........... W, 3-0 11/15 #Arkansas State........................ W, 3-0 11/16 #Florida International............ W, 3-1 11/17 #Western Kentucky................. W, 3-0 11/23 UAB.................................................W,3-1 11/30 ^No. 24 Louisville.................... W, 3-2 12/1 ^No. 9 Hawai‘i........................... W, 3-1 12/7 ^BYU..............................................L, 3-0 Rankings at time of competition; ! Creighton Bluejay Invitational, Omaha, Neb.; $ Idaho Invitational, Moscow, Idaho; @ Blue Raider Bash, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; % UConn Toyota Classic, Storrs, Ct.; * Sun Belt Match; # Sun Belt Conference Tournament; ^ NCAA Tournament 2008 • Overall Record: 27-8 Sun Belt Record: 14-3 (Second, East) NCAA Tournament Second Round 8/29 8/ 30 9/ 5 9/ 6 9/12 9/13 9/18 9/19 9/ 21 9/ 26 10/ 3 10/ 4 10/10 10/12 10/16 10/18 10/ 20 10/ 24 10/ 25 10/ 26 10/ 31 11/ 1 11/ 7 11/ 8 11/ 14 11/ 15 11/20

IDAHO@...................................... W, 3-1 @SE MISSOURI STATE............. W, 3-0 @SOUTH DAKOTA STATE....... W, 3-1 %LIPSCOMB............................... W, 3-0 %IOWA STATE............................ W, 3-0 %LOYOLA MARYMOUNT....... W, 3-0 !South Carolina State.............. W, 3-0 !Texas-Arlington....................... W, 3-1 !Duke............................................ W, 3-2 Ohio................................................L, 3-0 Xavier........................................... W, 3-2 Tulane ...........................................L, 3-2 *Western Kentucky...................L, 3-1 *FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL.. W, 3-1 *FLORIDA ATLANTIC............... W, 3-0 *Arkansas State........................ W, 3-1 *Arkansas-Little Rock............. W, 3-1 *North Texas.............................. W, 3-0 *Denver....................................... W, 3-0 *WESTERN KENTUCKY........... W, 3-2 *LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE........ W, 3-1 *LOUISIANA-MONROE........... W, 3-0 *NEW ORLEANS..........................L, 3-2 *Troy............................................. W, 3-0 *South Alabama....................... W, 3-0 *Florida International...............L, 3-2 *Florida Atlantic....................... W, 3-1 *TROY........................................... W, 3-0 *SOUTH ALABAMA.................. W, 3-0 $Arkansas State........................ W, 3-0

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11/21 $Western Kentucky...................L, 3-0 11/ 29 #22 ST. LOUIS...............................L, 3-2 11/ 29 CONNECTICUT.......................... W, 3-2 12/ 5 #Miami (Ohio)........................... W, 3-2 12/6 # No. 17 Purdue..........................L, 3-2 @ Middle Tennessee Invitational - Murfreesboro, Tenn.; % Blue Raider Bash - Murfreesboro, Tenn.; ! UT-Arlington Hilton Invitational - Arlington, Texas; * Sun Belt Conference match; $ Sun Belt Championships - Miami; # NCAA Tournament


All-Time Letterwinners A Adams, Ashley: 2005-2007; #7; St. Louis, Mo. Akrie, Talayna: 2003; #1; Aurora, Colo. Anderson, Callie: 1984; #9; Nashville, Tenn. Anderson, Deborah: 1995-96; #15; Haslet, Texas Arms, Melissa: 1985-86; #9; Cleveland, Tenn. Asberry, Ashley: 2005-2008; #3; Murfreesboro, Tenn. Atchley, Marja: 1998; #6; Haleyville, Ala.

F Flemming, Lisa: 1987-89; Knoxville, Tenn. Florence, Mia: 1993; #8; Powder Springs, Ga.

G Gargalianos, Evi: 2001-05; #2; Anixi, Attiki, Greece Garrett, Holly: 1994; #1; Monroe, Tenn.

H Hale, Arleen: 1979-82; #45; Chattanooga, Tenn. Hartup, Abby: 1997-00; #22; Ft. Wayne, Ind. Hendrix, Robin: 1978-81; #44; Kokomo, Ind. Henderson, Brynne: 2008-present; #8; Cincinnati, Ohio Hignite, Jennifer: 1999-02; #7; Versailles, Ky. Hillstrom, Erin: 1999-02; #1; Dallas, Texas

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B Baker, Karisse: 2000-03; #13; Nashville, Tenn. Bass, Ondrea: 1984-87; #14; Kingsport, Tenn. Beason, Kyetia: 1987-89; Nashville, Tenn. Bennett, Judy: 1987-89; #x; Sparta, Tenn. Bilyeu, Goldie: 2000-03; #11; Ozark, Mo. Bishop, Susan: 1993-96; #13; Collierville, Tenn. Blair, Jaynie: 1990; #5; Knoxville, Tenn. Britton, Lauren: 2008; #12; Murfreesboro, Tenn. Brock, Laura: 2007; #22; Chattanooga, Tenn. Brown, LaToya: 2001-03; #12; Memphis, Tenn. Brush, Katie: 2006-2008; #21; Jackson, Tenn. Bumpus, Patricia: 1982-85; #8; Nashville, Tenn. Burnside, Leslie: 1996; #5; Kansas, Ill. Byrd, Meaghan: 2002; #14; Lake in the Hills, Ill.

C Cannon, Kelly: 2001-02; #10; Quebeck, Tenn. Cantrell, Carla: 1992; #9; Kingsport, Tenn. Carney, Jesi: 1996; #2; Soddy Daisy, Tenn. Carpenter, Amy: 2001; #23; Whittier, Calif. Carroll, Angie: 1993; #14; Knoxville, Tenn. Carroll, Trese: 1992; #11; Murfreesboro, Tenn. Carter, Megan: 2004-2007; #1; Murfreesboro, Tenn. Castillo, Nidza: 1994-96; #14; Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Cheatham, Lindsey: 2008-present; #1; Deerfield Beach, Fla. Clark, Leslie: 2006-present; #14; Olathe, Kan. Clark, Vicki: 1984-86; #4; Greenbrier, Tenn. Clayton, Jaemi: 1996-97; #7; Fort St. John, B.C. Craven, Kim: 1997-98; #9; Louisville, Ky. Crossman, Crystal: 1992-93; #7; Cookeville, Tenn. Cunningham, LaTresa: 1996-97,99; #13; Detroit, Mich.

D Dale, Jackie: 1984-87; #6; Springfield, Tenn. Davis, Linda: 1984-87; #5; Cleveland, Tenn. Deckard, KeKe: 2000-04; #20; Nacogdoches, Texas Dewaratanawanich, Allo: 1987-89; Nashville, Tenn. Diggs, Mandy: 1993-94; #3; Memphis, Tenn. Doran, Kim: 2002; #6; Kingsport, Tenn. Drew, Kelly: 1998; #20; Springfield, Ill.

KeKe Deckard

E Eichholz, Tammy: 1994-95; #10; Knoxville, Tenn.

P Parkinson, Angie: 1993-95; #25; Hendersonville, Tenn. Partree, Janet: 1983-84; #3; Lebanon, Tenn. Pewitt, Carla: 1988-89; #10; Nashville, Tenn. Porterfield, Anne: 1984; #11; Cleveland, Tenn. Pritchard, Lindsay: 1997-00; #17; Novato, Calif. Pupke, Kelly: 1989-92; #17; Charleston, S.C. Putman, Alisa: 1985; #14; Mt. Juliet, Tenn.

Q Quinn, Kelly: 1999-02; #15; Garland, Texas

R Raffo, Angie: 1991-94; #31; Jasper, Tenn. Randolph, Hannah: 2003-06; #15; Murfreesboro, Tenn. Rickman, Mary: 1988-90; #8; Tullahoma, Tenn. Robinson, Priscilla: 1989-91; #30; Chattanooga, Tenn. Ruohomaki, Sondra: 1990-93; #12; Brentwood, Tenn.

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Erin Hillstrom

J Johns, Stacy: 1992; #13; Gallatin, Tenn. Johnson, Wanda: 1986-90; #32; Memphis, Tenn. Jones, Beth: 1984; #10; Talcheng, Taiwan Jonsson, Linda: 1997; #5; Kolback, Sweden

K Kapfenberg, Carrie: 1997-98; #15; San Jose, Calif. Keel, Beverly: 1984-87; #15; Nashville, Tenn. Keen, Tonya: 1991-93; #32; Brentwood, Tenn. King, Alyssa: 2007; #5; Rochelle, Ill. Kirkwood, Adrienne: 1995; #3; Leawood, Kan. Krier, Lori: 1983-86; #12; Cincinnati, Ohio Knox, Jennifer: 1995; #9; Ooltewah, Tenn. Komatsu, Asaji: 1979-82; #14; Tokyo, Japan Kozon, Izabela: 2007-Present; #9; Warsaw, Poland

Sandy, Melinda: 1985; #13, St. Joseph, Tenn. Santiago, Yanira: 1995; #8; Caguas, Puerto Rico Saylors, Lisa: 1990; #29; Nashville, Tenn. Schuz, Erin: 1996-97; #8; Waconia, Minn. Scott, Alicia: 1998, 00; #23; Chattanooga, Tenn. Scott, Quanshell: 2004-2007; #10; Bakersfield, Calif. Sharpe, Kristie: 1989-91; #11; Chattanooga, Tenn. Shelley, Rebecca: 1989; Whitwell, Tenn. Simeona, Ku’u’ipo: 1998-99; #10; Kaneohe, Hawaii Sisco, Lindsay: 2004-05; #21; Murfreesboro, Tenn. Slowik, Theresa: 2003-06; #5; Naperville, Ill. Smiley, Trena: 1981-82; #11; Greenbrier, Tenn. Smith, Kelly: 1998-99; #13; Euclid, Ohio Smith, Sherry: 1990; #31; Soddy Daisy, Tenn. Snyder, Cindy: 1985-88; #10, Chattanooga, Tenn. Stverak, Stacey: 1988-91; #14; Gallatin, Tenn. Sumrell, Megan: 2003-06; #4; Chattanooga, Tenn.

L Ledbetter, Debbie: 1980-82; #24; Livingston, Tenn. Lemau’u, Alicia: 2004-2007; #8; Long Beach, Calif. Lewis, Wanda: 1978-83; #33; Chattanooga, Tenn. Lindley, Cyndi: 1981; #22; Hayleyville, Ala. Liptak, Allison: 2003-04; #33; Elizabeth, Pa. Lowery, Joan: 1985-87; #2; Springfield, Tenn.

M Maltes, Tanya: 1995; #5; Ponce, Puerto Rico Marcom, Hannah: 1997; #3; Jackson, Tenn. Mason, Collette: 1983; #14; Gallatin, Tenn. Mattox, Allison: 2005; #15; Marysville, Mich. McElroy, Kelly: 1987-89; Southgate, Mich. McGlothin, Sasha: 2006-present; #20, Abilene, Texas McLean, Dara: 2001-04; #3; Belmont, Manitoba McMahon, Jennifer: 2002; #8; Burr Ridge, Ill. Mead, Ashley: 2006-present; #23; Newnan, Ga. Mikuzis, Tara: 2004-05; #12; Shorewood, Ill. Milaneze, Giovana: 2000; #12; Sao Luiz, Brazil Miller, Tara: 1994-97; #12; Lansing, Ill. Moeller, Kimberly: 2002-04; #23; Kaufman, Texas Monasterolo, Victoria: 2003-Present; #11; Cordoba, Arg. Morstad, Caia: 2000-01; #6; Swift Current, Saska.

O Oladinni, Stacy: 2008-present; #6; La Vergne, Tenn.

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Yanira Santiago

T Thiesen, Katie: 1999-02; #9; Rockford, Ill. Thornton, Meg: 1998-99; #11; Portland, Tenn. Tumblin, Becky: 1991-93; #10; Louisville, Ky.

V Van Schelven, Krissi: 1992-93; #5; Rockford, Ill. Van Gotten; Anjanette: 1993; #15; Chanute, Kan. Venable, Angie: 1995-97; #11; Leawood, Kan.

W Wainwright, Lisa: 1983; #22; Jackson, Tenn. Waugh, Ashley: 2006-present; #2; Indianapolis, Ind. White, Lisa: 1989-91; #44; Chattanooga, Tenn. Wilkinson, Lori: 1982-85; #7; Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Williams, Mitzi: 1980-83; #10; Greenbrier, Tenn. Wolfe, Debbie: 1999; #12; Brandon, Fla. Woodson, Donna: 1980-82; #5; Gallatin, Tenn.

Y Yancey, Janay: 2008-present; #16; Columbia, Tenn.

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