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2013 MEDIA GUIDE


THIS IS CAMPBELL VOLLEYBALL


CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL TEAM INFORMATION

GENERAL

Official Name.........................................................Campbell Nickname.....................................................Fighting Camels School Colors....................................... Orange (021) & Black Location......................................................Buies Creek, N.C. Founded.......................................................January 5, 1887 Enrollment (campus)....................... 6334 (all), 3049 (main) Facility (Capacity)................Gore Arena/Pope Center (3,095) Press Row Phone.......................................... (910) 814-5541 NCAA Affiliation......................................................Division I Conference.......................................................Big South President...............Dr. Jerry M. Wallace (East Carolina, 1956) Athletic Director...................Bob Roller (Virginia Tech, 1983) SWA...............................Malinda Ashcraft (Troy State, 1987) Athletic Dept. Phone.................................... (910) 893-1327

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach.......................Greg Goral (Carroll College, 1996) Overall Record (years)...................................... 0-0 (First) Overall Conference Record............................... 0-0 (First) Assistant Coach.................... Ashley Weers (Campbell, 2010) Assistant Coach..........................Alicia Roth (Samford, 2013) Athletic Trainer.............. Shannon Murphy (Fresno St., 2012) Volleyball Office........................................... (910) 814-4393

2012 REVIEW

Overall Record..................................................... 7-24 (.225) Home Record................................................... 2-7 (.285) Road Record.................................................... 3-6 (.333) Neutral Record............................................... 2-11 (.181) Big South Record................................................. 0-14 (.000) Finish....................................................................... 10th Starters Returning/Lost................................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................................... 7/3 Newcomers.........................................................................4

HISTORY

Table of Contents/Quick Facts..............................................1 Roster ................................................................................2 Schedule.............................................................................3 Gore Arena/John W. Pope Convocation Center................. 4-5 Season Outlook............................................................... 6-7 Coaching Staff............................................................... 8-13 Head Coach Greg Goral.............................................. 8-9 Assistant Coach Ashley Weers......................................10 Assistant Coach Alicia Roth..........................................11 Meet the Camels......................................................... 12-30 Seniors.................................................................. 12-15 Lindsey Coats.................................................. 12-13 Heather Wilson................................................ 14-15 Juniors................................................................... 16-17 (R-Jr.) Jessica Groen...............................................16 Lorin Thomas.........................................................17 Sophomores.......................................................... 18-22 Lauren Bewick.......................................................18 Mary Crema...........................................................19 Alexis Hein............................................................20 Katelyn Layden......................................................21 Kendall Tart...........................................................22 Freshmen....................................................................23 Rebecca Ramirez...................................................23 Jenny Tait..............................................................23 Graduating Senior.......................................................24 Kelsey Marek.........................................................24 2012 Season Review................................................... 25-27 Results/Leaders...........................................................25 Kill-Assists-Digs-Blocks...............................................26 Team Statistics.............................................................27 History and Records........................................................ 28 All-Time Roster............................................................28 All-Time Series Records...............................................29 All-Time Results.................................................... 30-33 Individual Match Records............................................34 Teram Record Book......................................................35 Single-Season Records................................................36 Career Records.............................................................37 Honors and Awards.....................................................38 Campbell University.................................................... 39-40 Surrounding the Creek.................................................39 Big South Conference..................................................40

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MEDIA SERVICES

Assistant Director (VB Contact).......................... Nate Blythe Email............................................ blythe@campbell.edu Office Phone........................................... (910) 893-1369 Cell......................................................... (910) 890-0513 Assistant AD for Media Services............................. Stan Cole Email................................................cole@campbell.edu Office Phone........................................... (910) 893-1331 Associate Director...........................................Jason Williams Office Phone........................................... (910) 814-4367 Email........................................jwilliams@campbell.edu Assistant................................................Laura Caroline Spell Office Phone........................................... (910) 893-1529 Email...............................................spell@campbell.edu Office Fax..................................................... (910) 893-1330 Mailing Address................................................... P.0. Box 10 ...................................................Buies Creek, N.C. 27506 Athletics Website...........................................GoCamels.com

CREDITS

The 2013 Campbell Volleyball Media Guide is a publication of the Campbell Athletics Media Services Office. The guide was written, designed and edited by Nate Blythe. Editorial contributions from Stan Cole, Jason Williams, Laura Carolina Spell, Chris Hemeyer, Bill Priestley, Greg Goral, Ashley Weers and Alicia Roth....Photographs provided by Will Bratton, Paul Burgett, Bennett Scarborough, A-Sun Photos, Big South Photos and Blythe. All the covers were designed and edited by Blythe. Outside Front: First-year head coach Greg Goral and his two seniors Lindsey Coats and Heather Wilson with Gore Arena in the background. 2013 Team picture under the title along with Wilson (L) setting a ball and Jessica Groen (R) on the attack. Inside Front: This is Campbell Volleyball features a montage of images that depict the game-day atmosphere at Gore Arena. Inside Back: Campbell At A Glance. Outside Back: The 2013 Camels by Class.

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First Season...................................................................1985 Overall Record............................................... 297-541 (.354) Big South Record (1986-1994, 2011-pres.)....... 18-71 (.181) Overall A-Sun Record (1994-2011)................ 174-272 (.494) Last NCAA Appearance....................................................N/A

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL 2013 ROSTER

NUMERICAL

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Cl. S DS MB L/DS MB OH OH/RS S/RS RS OH MB/RS

Pos. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. R-So. Sr. R-So. R-Jr. Jr.

Ht. 5-6 5-7 6-0 5-7 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-2

Hometown / Previous School Long Beach, Calif. / Saint Joseph Winterville, N.C. / D.H. Conley Dunn, N.C. / Triton Loveland, Ohio / Mount Notre Dame (Cincinnati) Ormiston, Australia / Redlands College Chapel Hill, N.C. / Chapel Hill Murrieta, Calif. / Vista Murrieta (Arkansas-Little Rock) Concord, N.C. / Concord Dunn, N.C. / Triton Las Cruces, N.M. / Mayfield Raleigh, N.C. / Broughton

Pos. So. Sr. So. R-Jr. R-So. So. Fr. Fr. R-So. Jr. Sr.

Ht. 5-7 6-0 5-7 6-2 5-10 5-11 5-6 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0

Hometown / Previous School Winterville, N.C. / D.H. Conley Dunn, N.C. / Triton Loveland, Ohio / Mount Notre Dame (Cincinnati) Las Cruces, N.M. / Mayfield Murrieta, Calif. / Vista Murrieta (Arkansas-Little Rock) Chapel Hill, N.C. / Chapel Hill Long Beach, Calif. / Saint Joseph Ormiston, Australia / Redlands College Dunn, N.C. / Triton Raleigh, N.C. / Broughton Concord, N.C. / Concord

Head Coach: Greg Goral (Carroll College, 1996) - First season Assistant Coach: Ashley Weers (Campbell, 2010) - Third season Assistant Coach: Alicia Roth (Samford, 2013) - First season

ALPHABETICAL No. 2 3 5 12 8 7 1 6 10 17 9

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Name Rebecca Ramirez Lauren Bewick Lindsey Coats Mary Crema Jenny Tait Katelyn Layden Alexis Hein Heather Wilson Kendall Tart Jessica Groen Lorin Thomas

Name Lauren Bewick Lindsey Coats Mary Crema Jessica Groen Alexis Hein Katelyn Layden Rebecca Ramirez Jenny Tait Kendall Tart Lorin Thomas Heather Wilson

Cl. DS MB L/DS OH OH/RS OH S MB RS MB/RS S/RS

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL 2013 SCHEDULE Location

Time

Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Elon, N.C.

4:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m.

BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C.

3 P.M. 8 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 7 P.M.

Morehead, Ky. Morehead, Ky. Morehead, Ky. BUIES CREEK, N.C.

4:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 P.M.

Harrisonburg, Va. Harrisonburg, Va. Harrisonburg, Va. Greensboro, N.C. High Point, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Conway, S.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. Boiling Springs, S.C. Asheville, N.C. Radford, Va. Lynchburg, Va. BUIES CREEK, N.C. BUIES CREEK, N.C. Clinton, S.C.

5 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 P.M. 2 P.M. 7 P.M. 4 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 P.M. 2 P.M. TBA

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Date Opponent William & Mary Invitational Aug. 30 vs. Northern Arizona Aug. 31 at William & Mary Aug. 31 vs. San Jose St. Sept. 3 at Elon Campbell/Hampton Inn of Holly Springs Invitational SEPT. 6 N.C. CENTRAL SEPT. 6 INDIANA ST. SEPT. 7 GEORGETOWN SEPT. 10 EAST CAROLINA Morehead State Eagle Challenge Sept. 13 vs. Hampton Sept. 13 vs. West Virginia Sept. 14 at Morehead St. SEPT. 18 UNC WILMINGTON James Madison Invitational Sept. 20 vs. Wake Forest Sept. 21 at James Madison Sept. 21 vs. Cleveland St. Sept. 24 at N.C. A&T Sept. 27 at High Point* Oct. 4 at Charleston Southern* Oct. 5 at Coastal Carolina* OCT. 11 LIBERTY* OCT. 12 RADFORD* OCT. 18 PRESBYTERIAN* OCT. 19 WINTHROP* OCT. 22 S.C. STATE OCT. 25 HIGH POINT* Nov. 1 at Gardner-Webb* Nov. 2 at UNC Asheville* Nov. 8 at Radford* Nov. 9 at Liberty* NOV. 15 COASTAL CAROLINA* NOV. 16 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* Nov. 21-14 Big South Championships

* Big South match All home contests played at Gore Arena/John W. Pope, Jr. Convocation Center. All times are Eastern and subject to change.

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL GORE ARENA

The John W. Pope Convocation Center and Gibert Craig Gore Arena is home to the Campbell men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams. Dedicated on Oct. 17, 2008 and hosting its first volleyball match on Oct. 24, the 109,00 square-foot building ranks among the finest facilities in the Big South Conference and the state of North Carolina. The $34 million project includes 3,095 chair-back seats for volleyball games at Gibert Craig Gore Arena, in addition to a 1,200-square foot Presidential hospitality suite. Fans in attendance not only experience the excitement of college volleyball, but are also entertained by state-of-theart lighting, scoreboard, video and audio systems. For convocation or graduation, the building can accommodate up to 4,000 people. There are locker rooms for the Campbell men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and wrestling programs. The wrestling program has use to a 3,500 practice area, which can accommodate two regulation mats.

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The volleyball coaches office was renovated in the summer of 2013 and moved to the concourse level.

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL JOHN W. POPE JR. CONVOCATION CENTER The facility also includes a 3,000-square foot weight room devoted to Campbell student-athletes. Fred Mccall practice gymnasium enables for multiple sports to work out at the same time. It is located just a few steps from the main arena. The 5,200-square foot Robert P. Holding Sr. Student Fitness Center, which includes cardiovascular equipment, weight machines, free weights and a revolving climbing wall is already a focal point on the campus. The facility is center of activity for student recreation and wellness, plus athletics practice and competition. It additionally houses 2,800 square feet devoted to the university’s exercise science curriculum. Upon entering the building into the 3,700-square foot atrium, which houses the Campbell Sports Hall of Fame, visitors proceed up stairs (or an elevator) on both the north and south sides to the entrance of Gore Arena. The concourse level of the two-story building offers primary circulation of the seating area, concessions, rest rooms and other amenities. Both arena levels are fully accessible to individuals with disabilities.

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL 2013 SEASON OUTLOOK Season Overview

The Concord, N.C., native accomplished a rare feat posting a triple-double – 13 kills, 24 assists and 13 digs – in a five-set loss to Western Carolina on Sept. 11, 2012. Cindy Oppenhiemer holds the two previous occurrences for the Camels with the last occurring on Nov. 11, 1998.

Entering the 2013 campaign, Campbell is under the guidance of Greg Goral, who was named the 12th head coach of the Camels on Dec. 10, 2012. He has instilled a foundation of discipline and hard work into the program since his arrival.

Ramirez, from Long Beach, Calif., focused on playing for Seal Beach Volleyball Club and TCA Volleyball Club. She participated in just her senior season at Saint Joseph High School and was named to the 2012 Del Rey All-League First Team after tallying 596 assists, 36 service aces, 120 digs and 21 kills.

“These players are beginning to understand what it takes to play at a high level and become champions,” said Goral. “The rewards are what drives the student-athletes and coaching staff to continue working hard.” Seven returners are back for the Camels including a trio of upperclassmen that are poised to lead the team into a new era in seniors middle blocker Lindsey Coats (Dunn, N.C.) and setter Heather Wilson (Concord, N.C.) and redshirt junior outside Jessica Groen (Las Cruces, N.M.). A pair of sophomore transfers in outside Alexis Hein from ArkansasLittle Rock and defensive specialist Mary Crema (Loveland, Ohio) from Cincinnati are going to be key contributors, while freshmen setter Rebecca Ramirez (Long Beach, Calif.) and middle blocker Jenny Tait (Ormiston, Australia) provide added depth. Coach Goral has taken a teaching mentality, stressing on the technical aspects of the game, in preparing his squad over the spring and during the preseason practice sessions.

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“The end result is that our players will become smarter players that are in better positions to make plays and take smarter swings,” said coach Goral. “We can reduce the number of unforced and mental errors, leading to more opportunities to score.” The team has learned the value of executing offensively and having a more complete understanding of the game. “If we can execute more often, then we are going to score more points, which will ultimately lead to more victories,” said coach Goral. “We must have the right mentality defensively. To go out and be aggressive, be a team that doesn’t give up and fights for every point. Creating a sense of unity between each of the 11 members of the squad has been a goal for coach Goral. The ability to communicate at a higher level, understand one another and to work together has been encouraged in off-court team activities like a scavenger hunt, Frisbee golf, bowling and a training session at the beach. “As the season moves forward, the consistency level of our team offense and defense will progress as the players become comfortable with one another,” said coach Goral. “There will be less mistakes and an increase in all-around communication and execution.” Joining Goral in the spring was assistant coach Ashley Weers, one of the most prolific offensive players in Campbell history. It is her second stint on the coaching staff at Campbell after spending two seasons as a graduate assistant following her playing career (2005-09).

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“Rebecca is very good out of system,” said coach Goral. “She can be running in any direction and throw up one of the most hittable balls that I have ever seen. She makes the hitters better by where she places sets.” The different traits that each setter possesses enable coach Goral to change the tempo and develop a unique offense that allows the team to compete at a high level.

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“From an organizational and managerial standpoint, Ashley knows the ins and outs of Campbell,” said coach Goral. “She provides really good insight for our recruits because of her prospective of being a student-athlete here and the changes that have been made in the program.”

The experience of the middles is one of the strengths for the Camels with the athleticism of senior Lindsey Coats (Dunn, N.C. ) and junior Lorin Thomas (Raleigh, N.C.). Freshman Jenny Tait (Ormiston, Australia) at 6-2 is the tallest player on the team and has a bright future for the Camels.

The coaching staff is rounded out by Alicia Roth, who was a four-year defensive specialist at Samford. She brings coaching experience at the club level and is an asset in helping to develop the back row players.

“Lindsey and Lorin provide a tremendous presence in the middle for us,” said coach Goral. “They are players that we want to use as primary attackers. Both are shut-down blockers that do a fantastic job of being on time and reading hitters.”

“Alicia helped Samford’s program go through a transition process, where a new coach came in and built a championship team in three years,” said coach Goral. “She can relate to the players from the perspective of implementing a winning culture into our program.”

Coats paced the Camels offense last year with 225 kills converting at a .278 rate, while providing a big presence at the net by blocking 85 attacks. The Dunn, N.C., native has emerged into a leader on the squad and a role model for the younger players to look up to.

Setters Campbell has a duo of setters in senior Heather Wilson (Concord, N.C.) and freshman Rebecca Ramirez (Long Beach, Calif.) that together provide the Camels with a number of offensive options. Wilson has the experience and at 6-0, the ability to keep the defense honest by attacking in the front row, while Ramirez excels in running the offense in transition and has great court awareness. Wilson has accumulated 2,177 assists, fifth-most in program history, in three campaigns at Campbell after spending her first spring semester at Washington State. She additionally contributed 2.07 digs per set for the Camels. “The experience that Heather brings is important because of the chemistry she has built with the hitters,” said Goral. “She has been in the trenches, doesn’t get rattled and plays with a lot of poise and confidence.”

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“Lindsey is our speedster,” said coach Goral. “She beats opponents with her speed and athleticism. The energy that she provides on the court motivates her teammates. She has matured into one of the hardest workers on the team.”

Lauren Bewick (Winterville, N.C.) and Crema are set to lead the Camels’ back row. Both players have already gained valuable experience entering their sophomore campaigns.

A journeyman that has trained at each position along the front row is Thomas. The Raleigh, N.C., native contributed 140 kills and 46 blocks as a sophomore for the Camels.

Appearing in 30 matches for the Camels last season was Bewick, who has improved her ability to read the opposing offense during the spring. The Winterville, N.C., native tallied 2.67 digs per set and added 12 service aces.

“Lorin has excelled rather quickly and blossomed as a middle during the spring,” said coach Goral. “She is very competitive and brings a strong physical presence to our front row.”

“Lauren did a tremendous job of training during the spring and is developing into a very good defensive presence,” said coach Goral. “She is moving quicker to the ball and a more experienced passer. We are going to rely on upon her defense and athleticism to dig up balls and make our opponents work even harder to score points.”

The first challenge for Tait in the preseason was acclimating to the 14 hour time difference from her home country, Australia. She has gained international experience after competing on the Australian youth national team and attending Queensland Academy of Sport. “Jenny brings a physical presence and ball control skills that will help our front row,” said coach Goral. “Being an international player, she has a better understanding of the game. This first year of college is going to be important for her to become quicker and gain strength through training.”

Outsides / Right Sides The Camels have four options on the outside and right side, which is led by Groen. A trio of sophomores in Katelyn Layden (Chapel Hill, N.C.), Alexis Hein (Murrieta, Calif.) and Kendall Tart (Dunn, N.C.) are set to provide experience and depth.

“Jessica is somebody that I have been very impressed with throughout my time here,” said coach Goral. “She has

been in the weight room all spring and summer, getting herself into great shape and that is showing in her ability to jump higher and attack with more power. She is an oncourt leader for our team and wants to help this program compete for championships.”

“Mary received strong training from a young age and her experience is going to help us,” said coach Goral. “She is also very competitive and has leadership skills that are important for the success of our program.”

Layden has emerged as an up and coming leader in the program through her ability to play any position on the floor. The Chapel Hill, N.C., native registered 91 kills and 164 digs during her rookie campaign. “Katelyn is a hybrid that can play either outside positions and is a strong defensive player,” said coach Goral. “She can do it all and contribute in a number of ways. She is attacking the ball at a higher point and making better decisions, which has paid off in her ability to terminate offensively.”

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Groen notched 201 kills during her sophomore campaign and has taken a leadership role on the court and in the weight room. The Las Cruces, N.M., native has transformed herself to play at a high level under the guidance coach Goral during the spring.

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Coming in as a transfer from Cincinnati, Crema has been an asset for the Camels in shoring up the back row and making it a strength of the team. The Loveland, Ohio, native appeared in 30 matches for the Bearcats, totaling 126 digs, 15 service aces and 12 assists.

The third returner on the outside is Tart, who is coming off a shoulder injury that forced her to redshirt last season. The injury enabled her to focus on her back-row play during the spring and transform herself into a reliable defender. “Kendall started a little slow in the preseason, but is now playing at a higher level,” said coach Goral. “She is mentally tough and working had to get back to 100 percent. She is a player that can play multiple roles for us after doing a great job of passing and playing defense in the spring.” An addition from Arkansas-Little Rock is Hein, who is coming off an injury that ended her 2012 season early. The Murrieta, Calif., native appeared in 88 sets as a freshman, posting 119 kills and 25 blocks. “Lexi is one of the athletes on our team,” said coach Goral. “She is a player that we are confident in her ability to play six rotations. The experience of sitting a season has helped her develop an understanding of the game and when to take over.”

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GREG GORAL > HEAD COACH | FIRST SEASON | CARROLL COLLEGE, 1996 THE GORAL FILE

Achievements:

- First season as a head coach - Eleven years as a Division I assistant coach - Aided in building Morehead State into a perennial OVC power - Helped ink a pair of Top-60 Recruiting Classes evaluated by PrepVolleyball.com

Coaching Experience:

Associate Head Coach/Assistant - Morehead St. (2008-12) - 121-42 overall and 77-12 OVC mark - 2011 NCAA Tournament - Four OVC Regular Season Titles - Won all 16 OVC matches in 2011 - Three AVCA All-Americans - Katelyn Barbour (2008) - Holly Evans (2010) - Ellie Roberson (2011)

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- Promoted to Associate Head Coach in 2012

Assistant Coach - Auburn (2006-07)

- Notched 24 victories in two seasons - The 13 wins in 2006 were most by program since 2000

Assistant Coach - Eastern Washington (2005) - Tallied a 23-9 mark and 10-5 Big Sky record

Assistant Coach - Gonzaga (2004) - Registered four victories

Assistant Coach - Rhode Island (2002-03) - Pair of top four finishes

Education:

Carroll College

- Bachelors of Science in 1996

Greg Goral was named the 12th head coach of the Campbell volleyball program on December 10, 2012. He comes to Buies Creek after spending the past five seasons on the staff at Morehead State, where he helped turn the Eagles into an Ohio Valley Conference power. “Greg has coached, recruited and been a part of four championship teams at Morehead State,” said Director of Athletics Bob Roller. “I am confident that he will bring this winning attitude to our team. He has coached at four NCAA Division I programs in preparation for this opportunity, and we are excited to see our volleyball team show rapid improvement in 2013.” Goral has experience in turning around programs during his stops at Auburn (2006-07), Eastern Washington (2005), Gonzaga (2004) and Rhode Island (2002-03). With the Eagles, Goral helped push the program to its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2011. Morehead State posted a 121-42 overall and 77-12 OVC mark during his five seasons, including a 42-2 league mark in the past three seasons. Prior to the 2012 season, Goral was promoted to associate head coach after four seasons as an assistant. The Eagles swept the OVC slate, going 16-0, and wining 24-straight matches before falling in the OVC Championship match to Belmont, who they beat twice during the regular season. “Campbell provides me with a great opportunity as a head coach to help change this program’s identity,” said Goral. “There is great potential with the Camels and one of my goals is to make this one of the top programs in the Big South Conference on an annual basis.”

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He helped train American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-Americans Katelyn Barbour (2008), Holly Evans (2010) and Ellie Roberson (2012) along with Capital One Academic All-American Emma Keough (2011) at Morehead State. He consistently helped to bring in student-athletes that impacted the program as the Eagles signed several PrepVolleyball.


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“The path to becoming an elite program and changing its direction is achieved through creating a winning mindset and competing on a consistent basis,” said Goral. “We have to build a foundation, which starts with a technical training regimen and recruitment of quality student-athletes, that will further enable the program to reach new heights through hard work and determination.” Prior to Morehead State, he aided Auburn in 2006 to the team’s highest win total since 2000 during his second season with the program. Goral was instrumental in guiding Eastern Washington to a 23-9 record in 2005, after a season at Gonzaga. He helped Rhode Island to a pair of top echelon conference finishes in 2002 and 2003.

He began his collegiate coaching experience at Springfield College in Massachusetts. Goral helped coach the women’s team to a second place finish in 2000 and a regular season New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference title in 2001.

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com Top-60 Recruiting Classes. The Eagles were also successful in the classroom in earning five-straight AVCA and OVC Team Academic Awards.

In addition, Goral has coached several junior programs, including the Spokane (Wash.) Splash, the Rhode Island Juniors Club and at the USAV NERVA Girls High Performance Camp. He earned an USA Volleyball CAP level II accreditation during a summer internship at USAV, where he helped run the Junior Olympic Championships, the World League and assisted with promotion and marketing. Goral earned a bachelor’s degree in 1996 from Carroll College, where he was a setter and helped start the men’s club volleyball program. He was also an all-conference swimmer and participated with the school’s tennis and football program. He completed his master’s degree at Springfield College in 2002. He married the former Stephanie J. Lewallen in 2011.

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ASHLEY WEERS > ASSISTANT COACH | FIRST SEASON | CAMPBELL, 2010 THE WEERS FILE

Achievements:

- Third season as an assistant coach at Campbell - One of the top players in Campbell volleyball history - Fifth Camel to receive multiple conference honors

Coaching Experience:

Head Coach - Montana Volleyball Academy (2012) - Managed day-to-day activities of 13- and 15-under programs. Junior Varsity Coach - Sacred Heart High School (2012) - Ran junior varsity squad and assisted with the varsity team Assistant Coach - Campbell (2010-11)

- Supervised student-athletes academics - Managed the budget dealing with travel and equipment

Education:

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- Bachelors of Arts in Sports Management in 2010 - Masters of Business Administration in 2012

Playing Career:

Campbell (2006-09)

- 2009 All-A-Sun First Team - 2008-09 A-Sun All-Academic Team - 2006 A-Sun All-Freshman Team - Ranked 21st nationally in 2009 in attacking pct. (.368), setting the program record - Totaled 304 blocks, seventh all-time - Two-time A-Sun Player of the Week

Former Camel standout Ashley Weers rejoins the Campbell volleyball coaching staff in 2013, entering her first season of her second stint as an assistant coach. Weers spent the 2010-12 campaigns as an assistant coach, while earning her Masters of Business Administration. “Ashley, being the best volleyball player to ever wear a Campbell uniform, brings immediate notice to the direction we are headed,” said head coach Greg Goral. “She is an exceptional asset to have on staff with her background at the university along with skills in training, recruiting and running the program. The best part is that she is passionate about Campbell, the team and bringing a winning tradition to the Creek.” In 2012, the Littleton, Colo., native was head coach of the 13- and 15-under club teams and administrative assistant at the Montana Volleyball Academy. Weers was responsible for all facets of the two programs, including the design and implementation of practice and game plans. She additionally took on the role of head junior varsity coach and assistant varsity coach at nearby Loyala Sacred Heart High School in Missoula, Montana. The assistant coach helped implement game plans for the varsity team, while also supervising the entire junior varsity program. As an assistant at Campbell, she was responsible for supervising student-athlete academic coursework, so that they stayed on-track to graduate. Weers additionally, dealt with managing the budget that included travel itineraries and ordering equipment for the team. In those two seasons, the Camels totaled 26 victories as the program moved from the Atlantic Sun to the Big South Conference. During a four-year playing career, Weers was a prolific presence at the net for the Camels, ranking seventh in total blocks with 304, sixth in block assists at 237

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and ninth in block solos at 67 in the program’s record book. She was tabbed to the 2009 All-A-Sun First Team, becoming just the third Camel to collect the honor in program history, 2008-09 A-Sun All-Academic Team and 2006 A-Sun All-Freshman Team. Weers became the fifth Campbell volleyball player to receive multiple conference accolades. During her senior campaign, she posted the best single-season attack percentage in school history, notching a .368 rate, which also led the Atlantic Sun and ranked 21st nationally. The middle blocker was a two-time A-Sun Player of the Week during the season, taking the league’s first weekly honor of the season after grabbing NC State/Hilton RTP Classic all-tournament recognition following a 4-0 record and later earned the honor after aiding the Camels to five-consecutive league victories, while converting 36 of 82 attacks for a .341 hitting percentage. With Weers leading the way on the court, the Camels recorded their best season since 2001, notching 17 wins in 2009, a 10-win turnaround from the previous year. The Camels also made their second-consecutive A-Sun Tournament appearance for the first time since 1997-98. Weers has coaching experience at the club level, serving as a coach for the Harnett Area Volleyball Club (HAVC). She has been a camp instructor at college camps at Campbell and Montana. At Campbell, Weers completed her bachelor’s degree in sport management in May of 2010 and finished a masters in business administration in May 2012.


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> ASSISTANT COACH | FIRST SEASON | SAMFORD, 2013 THE ROTH FILE

Achievements:

- First year on coaching staff

Coaching Experience:

- First Season at Campbell - Assisted with the Oakland Elite Volleyball Academy

Education:

- Bachelors of Science in Sports Administration in 2013

Playing Career:

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Derek Schroeder at Samford - Tallied 235 digs and 21 service aces as a defensive specialist - Assisted in scouting and putting together the team’s plan of attack against opponents

Alicia Roth begins her first season as an assistant coach with the Campbell volleyball program and is currently working towards a masters degree in exercise science. “Alicia has the experience that I am looking for to help teach our defense and liberos different techniques and moves,” said head coach Greg Goral. “She has already done a tremendous amount of coaching and has assisted her father in creating the Oakland Elite Volleyball Club. That experience she has is going to help in the gym. We are going to teach her all the day-to-day activities in the office like travel and recruiting.” One of the main responsibilities for Roth is to further develop the team’s presence on social media (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram).

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She brings three years of coaching experience during the summer at the club level with Michigan Elite Volleyball Academy and Oakland Elite Volleyball Club. Roth along with her father, Eric, helped found Oakland Elite Volleyball Club in 2008. The Lake Orion, Mich., native completed a four-year playing career in 2012 at Samford. Roth played for head coach Derek Schroeder and totaled 235 digs and 21 service aces as a defensive specialist with the Bulldogs. She achieved a career-best with 11 digs on four occasions against Appalachian St. (10/9/10, 11/11/12), Georgia Southern (10/22/11) and Rutgers (08/24/12). Roth graduated from Samford in May 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in sports administration.

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“I am excited to join the Campbell Volleyball family,” said coach Roth. “I hope to give a lot of my knowledge to these student-athletes, as well as learn as much as possible from coach Goral and coach [Ashley] Weers. My focus is on creating a social media platform that will help in creating a positive image of our program. This will be an exciting

year of change and I am happy to be a part of the Fighting Camels.”

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LINDSEY COATS SENIOR • MB • 6-0 • DUNN, N.C. (TRITON) Kills Assists Service Aces Digs Blocks Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 2010 22 10 20 0.91 10 55 .182 3 0.14 0 0.00 1 8 0.36 0 1 15 16 0.73 1 0 2011 70 26 90 1.29 42 282 .170 2 0.03 4 0.06 1 22 0.31 1 3 47 50 0.71 9 1 2012 108 31 225 2.08 71 553 .278 6 0.06 3 0.03 21 55 0.51 2 8 77 85 0.79 9 4 TOTAL 200 67 335 1.67 123 890 .238 11 0.05 7 0.04 23 85 0.43 3 12 139 151 0.75 19 5

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Points Pts/S 28.5 1.27 120.5 1.71 274.5 2.54 423.5 2.12

2014

Kills.......................................................15 vs. COASTAL (9/29/12) Attack %..................................533 (8-0-15) at Coastal (11/9/12) Assists.............................................2 vs. N.C. CENTRAL (9/22/12) Digs.....................................................10 at Winthrop (10/13/12) Blocks................................................ 9 at East Carolina (8/24/12) Aces................................................2-2x, at Winthrop (10/13/12) Points............................................20.0 vs. High Point (10/18/11)

Career Accomplishments - Totaled 335 kills and 151 blocks in first three years - Amassed double-digit kills 15 times

Junior (2012) Season Notes - 2012 Big South Presidential Honor Roll - Played in 108 sets and started all 31 matches - Paced team with 225 kills and 85 blocks including eight solo - Most efficient hitter with .278 attacking pct. - Achieved double figures in kills on six occasions, while eclipsing a .300 or better hitting pct. 13 times - Totaled three or more blocks 14 times, including five five-plus block performances

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Game Highlights - Big South Defensive Player of the Week (Aug. 27) - East Carolina Classic All-Tournament Team - N.C. State All-Tournament Team - Set career-high with 15 kills (15-3-33) vs. COASTAL (9/29) - Tallied a career-best .533 attacking pct. (8-0-15) at Coastal (11/9) - Notched a personal-best 10 digs and seven blocks, including two solo at Winthrop (10/13) - Came one block shy of first double-double with 10 kills (10-1-24) and nine assisted blocks at East Carolina (8/24) - Achieved a .448 rate with 14 kills on 29 swings vs. Manhattan (9/1) - Credited with 13 kills, five blocks and two assists at S.C. State (9/11) - Converted at a .462 rate, registering eight kills and three blocks in win at N.C. Central (9/4) - Generated 12 kills without a mistake (.522 pct.) and two solo blocks vs. Western Carolina (9/8) - Totaled seven blocks and .417 attack pct. (5-0-12) vs. BethuneCookman (8/25) - Finished with eight kills and six digs against RADFORD (11/2) - Recorded .429 attacking clip with eight kills vs. Appalachian St. (9/14) - Generated .500 hitting pct. with seven kills vs. HIGH POINT (9/21) - Tallied five blocks and one solo at UNCW (8/28) - Notched six blocks and .385 hitting pct. at William & Mary (9/1) - Registered a season-high two aces vs. N.C. CENTRAL (9/22)

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Season Notes - Appeared in 69 sets, 26 matches with 17 starts - Totaled 69 kills and 52 blocks - Third-highest block total on the team with 49 - Reached double figures in kills with 14 against High Point (10/8) and 12 at Liberty (11/4) - Tallied three or more blocks in eight matches. Game Highlights - Hit .533 (9-1-15) with nine kills at Radford (11/5) - Posted .375 attacking pct. (14-2-32), while adding eight blocks against High Point (10/8) - Recorded two service aces against Hampton (11/27)

Season Notes - Saw action in 22 sets spread over 10 matches - Posted three or more kills four times - Registered multiple blocks five times Game Highlights - Tallied nine kills, three digs and two blocks against American (9/4) in the William & Mary Colonial Challenge - Posted four blocks and three kills in a win over Hampton (9/4) in the Colonial Challenge finale - Collected three kills each against USC Upstate (9/29) and East Tennessee State (10/1) in Atlantic Sun play - Notched three blocks at North Florida (11/6)

2014 Triton High School (2006-09) - 2009 conference player of the year and THS most valuable offensive hitter - Two-time all-region (2008-09) - Four-time all-conference and all-county (2006-09) - Played club volleyball for Harnett Area Volleyball Club (HAVC) from 2007-10.

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HEATHER WILSON SENIOR • S • 6-0 • CONCORD, N.C. (CONCORD/WASHINGTON ST.) Kills Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2010 96 27 73 0.76 30 241 .178 2011 113 31 82 0.73 36 312 .147 2012 104 30 113 1.09 39 319 .232 TOTAL 313 88 268 0.86 105 872 .187

Assists A A/S 442 4.60 877 7.76 834 8.02 2153 6.88

Service Aces Digs Blocks SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 27 0.28 34 107 1.11 1 1 32 33 0.34 6 9 29 0.26 31 225 1.99 3 2 38 40 0.35 9 12 18 0.17 23 215 2.07 2 6 45 51 0.49 8 9 74 0.24 88 547 1.75 6 9 115 124 0.40 23 30

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Points Pts/S 117.0 1.22 132.0 1.17 159.5 1.53 408.5 1.30

2014

Kills.............................................13 vs. Western Carolina (9/8/12) Attack %...........................833 (5-0-6) vs. Norfolk State (9/24/11) Assists.......................................................49 at Liberty (11/4/11) Digs................................. 16 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (9/3/10) Blocks.................................. 4, 4x, mr. vs. Presbyterian (10/15/11) Aces.................................................6 vs. Presbyterian (10/15/11) Points..........................................14 vs. Western Carolina (9/8/12)

Career Accomplishments

- Amassed 2,153 assists, fifth-most on the program’s all-time charts - Stands eighth on the career assists per set list with 6.88 - Totaled 268 kills, 547 digs and 124 blocks - Registered 15 double-doubles (assist/digs) - Posted third triple-double (13 kills, 24 assists, 13 digs) vs. Western Carolina (9/8) in program history, and the first since Cindy Oppenheimer in 1998

Junior (2012) Season Notes - 2012 Big South Presidential Honor Roll - Started 30 matches, appearing in 104 sets - Racked up 834 assists to lead the team - Generated 113 kills and .232 hitting pct. - Dug up 215 attacks, third-highest total on team - Credited with 51 blocks, including six solo - Registered second-most service aces with 18 - Averaged 8.02 kills, 2.07 digs and 1.09 kills per set - Tallied eight assists/digs double-doubles - Reached .300 attacking pct. with five-plus kills nine times - Notched 40 assists - four times, 30 assists - 13 times and 20 assists - 13 times - Served up multiple aces and registered three or more blocks in seven matches

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Game Highlights - William & Mary Tribe Invitational All-Tournament Team - Registered programs first triple-double - 13 kills, 24 assists, 13 digs - vs. Western Carolina (9/8), since Cindy Oppenheimer accomplished the feat during the 1998 and 1997 campaigns. - Compiled .667 attacking pct. (6-0-9) with 23 assists, six digs and three blocks vs. Bethune-Cookman (8/25) - Tallied 39 assists, 10 digs four blocks and two aces at East Carolina (8/24) - Generated nine kills (9-1-24), 34 assists, 13 digs and two aces vs. Georgetown (8/31) - Recorded 41 assists and 13 digs at William & Mary and vs. Manhattan on 9/1 - Totaled 35 assists , five digs and four blocks at S.C. State (9/11) - Notched 32 assists and six digs vs. HIGH POINT (9/21) - Hit .700 (8-1-1) with 28 assists and six digs. - Achieved 44 assists and five digs against N.C. A&T (9/22) - Posted a season-best 45 assists and 15 digs vs. COASTAL (9/29) - Registered 32 assists and 15 digs at Winthrop (10/13) - Set up 32 kills and added 14 digs at High Point (10/17) - Picked up 38 assists and dug up nine attacks vs. Liberty (11/3) - Tallieed 31 assists at Coastal (11/9)

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Freshman (2010)

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Washington St. (2010) - - - -

Enrolled during the spring semester at Washington State Played and practiced with WSU during spring. Served as the starting setter for all spring tournaments Accepted into the Honors Program at Washington State after a 4.0 semester

2014

Season Notes - Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors - Played in all 27 team matches and 96 of 100 sets, collecting 17 starts. - Led the team in assists and fell one short of the team-high in service aces - Registered 20 or more assists 11 times and 30 twice - Posted multiple aces eight times - Tallied two double-doubles Game Highlights - Garnered UNCW Beach Bash All-Tournament accolades (9/1718), totaling 67 assists and eight aces in the three-match tournament - Posted 30 assists, nine digs and seven kills against West Virginia (9/11) in the Wake Forest Black & Gold Invitational - Tallied 30 assists with four digs and four kills against KENNESAW ST. (10/29) - Recorded 28 assists, five digs, four kills and two aces at Wake Forest (9/11) - Registered 21 assists and 11 digs with three kills at William & Mary (9/3) in the Colonial Challenge - Gathered 22 assists, 10 digs, three aces and a pair of kills at High Point (9/14) - Collected 25 assists and five aces at UNCW (9/18)

Concord High School (2006-09) - A four-year letterwinner at Concord High - Two-time South Piedmont Conference Player of the year - Led Concord to three conference championships and a runner-up finish as a junior - Captained the Spiders to a 23-8-1 record during her senior season - Played as an outside hitter in addition to her setting duties, accumulating 328 kills, 298 assists and 145 aces as a senior - Ranked first in the state for service aces over last two seasons, and sixth in the country as a senior - Named Randolph/Asheboro Volleyball Tournament MVP as a senior after leading Concord to the tourney title - Attended the A2 National High Performance camp in 2009 - Participated on both the Piedmont and Carolina Juniors Volleyball Club teams

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Heather Marie Wilson was born Oct. 27, 1991 in Concord, N.C. Daughter of Stacey F. and Joseph K. Wilson III Sister: Brittany Majoring in Biology

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JESSICA GROEN R-JUNIOR • OH • 6-2 • LAS CRUCES, N.M. (MAYFIELD/N.C. STATE) Kills Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2011 40 16 47 1.17 29 180 .100 2012 97 31 201 2.07 102 678 .146 TOTAL 137 47 248 1.81 131 858 .136

Assists A A/S 29 0.73 13 0.13 42 0.31

Service Aces Digs Blocks SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 2 0.05 5 22 0.55 2 0 11 11 0.28 0 0 10 0.10 7 82 0.85 13 2 15 17 0.18 3 0 12 0.09 12 104 0.76 15 2 26 28 0.20 3 0

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Sophomore (2012) Season Notes - 2012 Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll - Participated in 97 sets during all 31 matches - Tallied the second-most kills with 201 - Contributed 82 digs, 17 blocks including two solo, 13 assists and 10 service aces. - Averaged 2.07 kills per set, finishing third on the team - Hit double digits in kills in six matches - Compiled .300 or better attacking pct. four times - Posted first career double-double vs. Charlotte (8/25) with 10 kills and 11 digs Game Highlights - East Carolina Classic All-Tournament Team - Set career-high in kills with 15, while adding eight digs at East Carolina (8/24) - Tied personal best of 15 kills and nine digs at William & Mary (9/1) - Totaled 12 kills and .321 attacking pct. (12-3-28) against N.C. A&T (9/22) - Recorded .409 hitting pct. (11-2-22), seven digs and two aces at S.C. State (9/11/12) - Tallied 11 kills, seven digs and three aces vs. Georgetown - Registered career-best three service aces at High Point (10/17)

Kills......................................... 15-2x, at William & Mary (9/1/12) Attack %........................... .409 (11-2-22) at S.C. State (9/11/12) Assists............................................... 3 vs. Georgetown (8/31/12) Digs...................................................... 11 vs. Charlotte (8/25/12) Blocks.......................................... 3 vs. PRESBYTERIAN (10/15/11) Aces.................................................... 3 at High Point (10/17/12) Points...............................................17 at East Carolina (8/24/12)

Freshman (2011) Season Notes - 2011 Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll - Appeared in 36 sets, 15 matches with four starts - Totaled 40 kills, three assists, 13 digs and nine blocks Game Highlights - Totaled eight kills, two digs and two blocks against Hampton (8/27) - Registered six kills and a service ace against High Point (9/23) - Accumulated five digs against Charlotte (9/9)

N.C. State (2010) Season Notes - Redshirted during 2010 season

Mayfield High School (2006-09) - Led the Trojans to a 5A state title as a junior, piling on 21 kills in the championship game - Led Mayfield to 2009 district title, the school’s first since 2005 - 2008 New Mexico 5A state player of the year as a junior - Two-time all-state first-team selection (2008-09) - 2007 All-State Honorable Mention - Four-time Academic Athlete (2006-09)

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- Jessica Anne Groen was born on Sept. 20, 1991 in New Prague, Minn. - Daughter of Jerry and Marcella Groen - Brother: Casey - Majoring in Business Administration (five-year MBA program)

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Points Pts/S 54.5 1.35 220.5 2.27 275.0 2.01

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LORIN THOMAS JUNIOR • MB • 6-2 • RALEIGH, N.C. (BROUGHTON) Kills Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2011 80 29 103 1.29 64 352 .111 2012 88 29 140 1.59 68 453 .159 TOTAL 168 58 243 1.45 132 805 .138

Assists A A/S 11 0.14 9 0.10 20 0.12

Service Aces Digs Blocks SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 0 0.00 0 38 0.47 8 1 48 49 0.61 5 1 1 0.01 1 33 0.38 6 3 43 46 0.52 6 3 1 0.01 1 71 0.42 14 4 91 95 0.57 11 4

Points Pts/S 128.0 1.60 165.5 1.88 293.5 1.74

Freshman (2011)

Match Highs

Season Notes - 2011 Big South Presidential Honor Roll - Appeared in 80 sets, 29 matches with six starts - Totaled 105 kills, 12 assists, 36 digs, 50 blocks and 130.5 points - Averaged 1.31 kills per set - Totaled three-plus blocks in six matches - One of six players on Campbell to finish with 100-plus kills - Fourth on the team in blocks (49) Game Highlights - Registered 11 kills at Gardner-Webb (10/29) - Credited with six kills and six blocks at High Point (9/23) and against Maryland-Eastern Shore (9/24) - Generated up four digs against WINTHROP (10/14) - Recorded three assists against Hampton (8/27)

Kills............................................ 11 at Gardner-Webb (10/29/11) Attack %.....................600 (10-1-5) vs. N.C. CENTRAL (10/22/12) Assists................................................... 3 vs. Hampton (8/27/11) Digs.................................................7 at William & Mary (9/1/12) Blocks.......................6-2x, vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (9/24/11) Aces.............................................1 vs. Central Michigan (9/7/12) Points...................................... 12.5 at Gardner-Webb (10/29/11)

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Season Notes - Appeared in 29 matches, playing in 88 sets - Registered 140 kills, fifth-best on team, while converting at a .159 rate - Blocked down 46 attacks of with three were solo - Added nine assists and one service ace - Averaged 1.59 kills, 0.52 blocks and 0.38 digs per set - Posted double-digit kills in a trio of matches - Registered three-plus blocks eight times, while deflected five or more on four occasions Game Highlights - Posted 10 kills on a career-best .600 attacking pct. (10-1-15) vs. N.C. CENTRAL (10/22) - Tallied 10 kills on just two errors against UNC ASHEVILLE (10/27) - Generated 10 kills, hitting at a .444 rate (10-2-18) against GARDNER-WEBB (10/26) - Registered first service ace vs. Central Michigan and added five blocks. - Terminated nine balls and added five blocks, four digs and two aces vs. Georgetown (8/31)

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- Garnered Cap-8 All-Conference and team MVP as a senior - Guided club team to a third place finish in the Big South Qualifier in Atlanta, Ga., receiving an open bid to the Junior Olympics - Received the 4-Star Coach’s Award for character, leadership, sportsmanship and teamwork, as well as the Triangle Award as a junior - Led the Capitals to 2008 Cap-7 conference championship and a Carolina Region title - 2008 Carolina Region all-tournament and all-conference honorable mention accolades - Aided Broughton to a conference championship as a freshman - Additionally, lettered in track - Member of National Honor Society

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Lorin Anna Thomas was born Nov, 11, 1992 in Warrenton, Va. Daughter of Scott and Gina Thomas Brothers: Jared and Justin Sister: Jennifer Majoring in Marketing

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KENDALL TART R-SOPHOMORE • OH/RS • 6-0 • DUNN, N.C. (TRITON) Kills Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2011 9 6 2 0.22 3 5 -.200 2012 4 2 0 0.00 2 2 -1.000 TOTAL 13 8 2 0.15 5 7 -.429

Assists A A/S 1 0.11 0 0.00 1 0.08

Service Aces Digs Blocks SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 2 0.22 1 1 0.11 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.25 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 2 0.15 1 2 0.15 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0

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Points Pts/S 4.0 0.44 0.0 0.00 4.0 0.31

2014

Kills.............................................. 1-2x, vs. N. C. Central (9/17/11) Attack %............................. 1.000 (1-0-1) vs. N.C. Central (8/26/11) Assists................................................. 1 vs. N.C. Central (9/17/11) Digs.....................................1-2x vs. Bethune-Cookman (8/25/12) Blocks...................................................................................... N/A Aces.................................................... 2 vs. N.C. Central (9/17/11) Points............................................... 3.0 vs. N.C. Central (9/17/11)

Sophomore (2012) Season Notes - Redshirted during 2012 season after an injury sidelined her after the opening tournament - Appeared in four sets and totaled one dig against BethuneCookman (8/25)

Freshman (2011) Season Notes - Played nine sets in six matches - Totaled two kills, two service aces, a dig and four points Game Highlights - Posted one kill at N.C. Central (8/26) - Tallied a kill, two service aces and three points against N.C. Central (9/17)

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Triton High School (2007-10) - Earned Eastern Carolina Conference Player of the Year honors as a senior - Served as team captain during senior campaign - Played club volleyball with the Harnett Area Volleyball Club for five years, and with the NC High Performance International Juniors team in Wisconsin in 2010 - Lettered in basketball and softball, earning all-district once and all-conference honors twice in softball.

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Kendall Yvonne Tart was born July 27, 1993 in Dunn, N.C. Daughter of Dwight and Elaine Tart Brother: Austin, played football at Campbell Father, Dwight, played football at East Carolina Majoring in Exercise and Sports Science

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LAUREN BEWICK SOPHOMORE • DS/L • 5-7 • WINTERVILLE, N.C. (D.H. CONLEY) Kills Assists Service Aces Digs Blocks Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 2012 96 30 2 0.02 3 26 -.038 14 0.15 12 0.12 26 256 2.67 27 0 0 0 0.00 1 1

Points Pts/S 14.0 0.15

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Kills..................................................1-2x, vs. N. C. A&T (9/22/12) Attack %............................... .500 (1-0-2) vs. N.C. A&T (9/22/12) Assists...........................................2-3x, at High Point (10/17/12) Digs.................................................20 vs. Georgetown (8/31/11) Blocks..................................................................................... N/A Aces................................... 2-2x, vs. GARDNER-WEBB (10/26/12) Points.............................. 2.0-3x, vs. GARDNER-WEBB (10/26/12)

2014

Freshman (2012) Season Notes - Played in 30 matches and entered 96 sets - Tallied the second-highest dig total with 256 - Added 14 assists, 12 service aces and two kills - Hit double-digit kills on 12 occasions - Eclipsed the 20-dig plateau for the first time vs. Georgetown (8/31) Game Highlights - Wake Forest Black & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team - Totaled 19 digs and two assists at Winthrop (10/13) and vs. Liberty (10/5) - Set up two attacks and added 17 digs at high Point (10/17) - Tallied 15 digs and a season-high two aces against GARDNERWEBB (10/26) - Contributed 15 digs, one assist and one ace at East Carolina (8/24)

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D.H.ConleyHighSchool(2008-11) - 2011 All-Conference First Team - Two-time DHCHS Defensive Player of the Year (2010-11) - Lettered for three years in soccer while earning the team’s perseverance award a sophomore - Participated with the East Carolina Junior Volleyball Club.

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- Lauren Rebecca Bewick was born Aug. 31, 1994 in Greenville, N.C. - Daughter of Ronald W. and Susan C. Bewick - Sisters: Rachel and Meghan - Mother, then Susan Carlow, was a college volleyball defensive specialist at Pittsburgh (1984-1988) - Majoring in Exercise and Sports Science

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MARY CREMA SOPHOMORE • DS/L • 5-7 • LOVELAND, OHIO (MOUNT NOTRE DAME) Kills Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2012 100 30 1 0.01 1 5 .000

Assists Service Aces Digs Blocks A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 12 0.12 15 0.15 18 126 1.26 18 0 0 0 0.00 0 1

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Points Pts/S 16.0 0.16

2014

Kills...............................................................1 at Xavier (10/3/12) Attack %.......................................... 1 (1-0-1) at Xavier (10/3/12) Assists..................................................... 2 vs. RUTGERS (10/5/12) Digs.......................................................13-2x, at Xavier (10/3/12) Blocks...................................................................................... N/A Aces........................................................3-2x, at Xavier (10/3/12) Points........................................................4.0 at Xavier (10/3/12)

Cincinnati (2012) Season Notes - Played in 30 matches and 100 sets, while making six starts - Finished the season with 126 digs and 12 assists - Ranked second on the team with 15 service aces - The Bearcats were 12-20 overall and 9-6 in the Big East Game Highlights - Recorded a career-high 13 digs twice, at USF (9/30) and at Xavier (10/3) - Posted a career-high three service aces at Xavier (10/3) and against New Mexico State (8/31) - Totaled one assist and eight digs at Miami (Ohio) (11/24) - Contributed two assists, an ace and four digs against Rutgers (10/5) - Registered one kill, three aces and 13 digs at Xavier (10/3) - Generated six digs and an ace against DePaul (9/23) - Worked for seven digs against UCF (9/14) - Recorded 12 digs against No. 23 Illinois (9/15) - Finished with eight digs and three service aces against New Mexico St. (8/31) - Added eight digs and an assist against No. 15 Tennessee (8/25)

Mt. Notre Dame High School

Honorable Mention - 2011 Under Armour Watch List - Served as team captain as a senior leading the Cougars to the State Championship - Team combined for a 44-12 record during varsity career - Finished with 44 aces, 357 digs, 14 assists and a 94.9 serving pct. as a senior - 2010 regional champions and finished second in the league - The Cougars were one of the 2011 National Guard Top 3 Teams in nation - Played club with the Cincy Classics (2007-12) - Member of the National Honor Society (2009-11) and graduated with honors

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Born on May 11, 1994 in Cincinnati, Ohio Daughter of Karen and Rick Crema Brother: Thomas (24) Sister: Ellen (21) and Lyndsey (26) Majoring in Trust and Wealth Management

- Two-year varsity starter for head coach Joe Burke at Mount Notre Dame High School - 2011 All-Girls Greater Cincinnati League (GGCL) and All-City

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ALEXIS HEIN SOPHOMORE • OH/RS • 5-10 • MURRIETA, CALIF. (VISTA MURRIETA) Kills Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2012 88 28 119 1.35 54 348 .187

Assists Service Aces Digs Blocks A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 10 0.11 0 0.00 2 34 0.39 10 0 25 25 0.28 1 1

Points Pts/S 131.5 1.49

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Kills.................................................... 9 at La. Monroe (11/11/11) Attack %........................ .444 (9-1-18) at La. Monroe (11/13/11) Assists....................................2 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/16/11) Digs................................................................6 at FAU (11/21/11) Blocks.......................................... 3 vs. Georgia Southern (9/3/11) Aces........................................................................................N/A Points............................................ 10.0 at La. Monroe (11/11/11)

2014 Arkansas-Little Rock (2011-12) Vista Murrieta High School Season Notes - Redshirted during the 2012 season due to injury - Played in 88 sets as an outside hitter during freshman season for head coach Van Compton - Finished with 119 kills, 34 digs, and 25 total blocks - The Trojans were 11-20 overall and 6-10 in the Sun Belt Game Highlights - Recorded nine kills vs. ULM (11/11/11) with a .444 attacking pct. - Posted six digs at Florida Atlantic (10/21/11) - Tallied three total blocks vs. Georgia State (9/3/11) and at North Texas (11/6/11)

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- Two-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Kristen Cooke at Vista Murrieta High School - The Broncos were 2010 Southwestern League Champions and were semifinalists in the CIF Division IA Southern Section - Two-time Southwestern League all-league recipient (2009-10 - 2011 All-CIF Division A1 Southern Section, Senior FemaleAthlete of the Year for the Citrus Belt Area and VMHS Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year for 2010-11 - Participated with the Temecula Volleyball Club (2009-11) and 951 Elite Volleyball Club (2007-08)

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Lexi Hien was born on July 24, 1993 in Murieta, Calif. Daughter of Larry and Estelita Hein Brothers: Chris (24) and Nick (21) Majoring in Kinesiology

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KATELYN LAYDEN SOPHOMORE • OH/RS • 5-11 • CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (CHAPEL HILL) Kills Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2012 96 31 91 0.95 57 395 .086

Assists Service Aces Digs Blocks A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE 24 0.25 18 0.19 26 164 1.71 35 1 17 18 0.19 4 2

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Points Pts/S 118.5 1.23

2014

Kills..................................................... 14 at Winthrop (10/13/12) Attack %.......................................... .368 at N.C. Central (9/4/12) Assists............................................ 2-4x at High Point (10/17/12) Digs............................................... 13-2x, vs. Manhattan (9/1/12) Blocks......................................................................................N/A Aces................................................. 3 at Presbyterian (10/12/12) Points............................................... 16.0 at Winthrop (10/13/12)

Freshman (2012) Season Notes - Entered 96 sets, playing in all 31 matches - Averaged 0.95 kills and 1.71 digs per set as a six-rotation player - Totaled the fourth-most digs with 164 - Registered 91 kills on 396 attempts - Blocked down 18 attacks including one solo - Hit double-digits in kills two times and digs on seven occasions - Compiled a .300-or-better attack pct. in three matches - Posted a pair of three-or-more block performances Game Highlights - Tallied a .308 hitting pct. (12-4-26) with 12 kills and 13 digs for first career double-double against Manhattan (9/1) - Recorded a personal-best with 13 kills, nine digs at Winthrop (10/13) - Tied a season-best with 13 digs and eight kills for .368 attack pct. (8-1-19) - Amassed 12 digs and four kills vs. LIBERTY (11/3/12) - Set a career-high with four blocks and two aces vs. N.C. A&T (9/22) - Totaled seven digs and three blocks at East Carolina (8/24) - Generated 11 kills vs. UNCA (10/27) and Western Carolina (9/8) - Served up a season-high three aces at Presbyterian (10/12)

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Chapel Hill High School

- Four-year starter - 2011 CHHS Volleyball Player of the Year and team MVP - Finished runner-up for 2011 conference player of the year - Captained the Tigers to two 3A East District Championships - Three-time Tiger Invitational All-Tournament Team (2009-11) and 2010 Tiger Invitational MVP - Four-time All-Conference First Team (2008-11) - Participated with the Jammers Volleyball Club (2009-10, 2012) and NC Elite (2011) - 2012 MVP of her club team - 2011 All-Tournament 17 Platinum - 2010 Best Attacker-18 at the Capitol Hill Classic - 2008 All-Tournament 17 Gold, MVP Jammers 17 Red and Carolina Regional High Performance MVP

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Sarah Katelyn Layden was born June 18, 1994 in Durham, N.C. Daughter of Keith and Yvette Layden Brother: Noah Majoring in Mathematics

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REBECCA RAMIREZ FRESHMAN • S • 5-6 • LONG BEACH, CALIF. (SAINT JOSEPH)

Saint Joseph High School

- One-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Aric Anderson at Saint Joseph High School - 2012 Del Rey All-League First Team - Finished senior campaign with 596 assists, 36 service aces, 120 digs and 21 kills - Played for Seal Beach Volleyball Club (2006-09) and TCA Volleyball Club (2009-13).

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Born on Sept. 7, 1995 in Long Beach, Calif. Daughter of Jose and Adriana Ramirez Sister: Jessica (23) Plans to major in Athletic Training

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JENNY TAIT FRESHMAN • MB • 6-1 • ORMISTON AUSTRALIA (REDLANDS)

Redlands College

- Played for the Australian youth national team - Participated with the Queensland State team from 2009-12 - Attended the Queensland Academy of Sport form 2010-13

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- Jennifer Jane Trait was born on Jan. 4, 1995 in Edinburgh, Scotland - Daughter of William and Helen Tait - Brother: Cameron (16) - Sister: Kristy (15) - Majoring in Biology

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11 Kelsey Marek Middle Blocker • 6-0 • Taylor, Texas • Taylor • Temple JC Career Highs (Campbell Only) Kills...........................................................................................11-2x, at High Point (10/17/12) Attack %................................................................................ .688 (11-0-16) vs. Elon (8/27/11) Assists....................................................................................................2 vs. Radford (10/7/11) Digs........................................................................3-2x, vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (9/24/11) Blocks...........................................................................8 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (9/24/11) Aces..................................................................................... 1 vs. Bethune-Cookman (8/25/12) Points......................................................................14.0 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (9/24/11) Junior (2011-12): Played 50 sets in 18 matches...totaled 68 kills and a .176 attacking pcf...blocked down 45 attacks including four solo...qdded 10 digs, four assists and one ace...posted 11 kills and four blocks at High Point (10/17)...registered seven kills and seven block against UNC Asheville (10/27)...added five blocks in five-set win at East Carolina (8/25)...recorded first career service ace vs. BethuneCookman (8/25)...Contributed six kills against High Point (9/21), at Radford (10/6) and at Presbyterian (10/12).

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Junior (2011-12): Played in 80 sets, 28 matches with 14 starts…finished with 103 kills (1.29 per game) and hit at team-high .218 clip…placed second on team with 62 blocks…reached double figures in kills against Hampton and Maryland-Eastern Shore….had a 11 kills against Hampton on 16 swings for a .688 hitting percentage (11-0-16)…recorded 10 kills, a .391 hitting percentage (10-1-23),eight blocks and 14 points against Maryland-Eastern Shore...recorded five plus blocks in six matches. Temple JC (2009-10): Earned Second Team NJCAA All-American honors as a sophomore…averaged 2.99 kills, 1.09 blocks and 0.86 digs per set while hitting .380 in 2010…ranked 18th in the nation in blocks… named NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American as a freshman…led Temple JC to a No. 19 national ranking and a NJCAA District E Championship, earning a No. 12 seed in the national tournament with a 26-13 final record…notched double-digit kills 25 times as a sophomore, including a season-high of 21, adding five blocks against San Jacinto College-Central...registered eight blocks on three occasions during the season, posting five or more in 18 matches. Prep: A three-time all-district first team performer…earned district offensive MVP honors as a senior... also lettered in basketball and track during her prep career, earning all-district accolades as a junior and senior…earned district championships in the 300 hurdles, triple jump and long jump, qualifying for regional competition in each of her four years. Personal: Full name is Kelsey Ann Marek…born March 31, 1991 in Round Rock, Texas…daughter of James and Susan Marek…has an older sister, Kayla…graduated with a degree in exercise and sports science in May 2013.

Kills Assists Service Aces Digs Blocks Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 2011 80 28 103 1.29 44 271 .218 4 0.05 0 0.00 0 17 0.21 0 5 57 62 0.77 8 1 136.5 1.70 2012 50 18 68 1.36 33 199 .176 2 0.04 1 0.02 4 10 0.20 0 4 41 45 0.90 5 0 93.5 1.86 TOTAL 130 46 171 1.32 77 470 .200 6 0.05 1 0.01 4 27 0.21 0 9 98 107 0.82 13 1 230.0 1.77

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL 2012 OVERALL STATS RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL MATCHES 7-24 2-7 2-11 3-6 CONFERENCE 0-14 0-7 0-7 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 7-10 2-0 2-4 3-6

All Matches (7-24) ## STATS SUMMARY S K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG Dig/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE Points 4 KELLEY, Brooke 71 152 2.14 80 424 .170 6 0.08 9 16 0.13 8 35 0.49 1 35 36 0.51 7 4 179.5 3 COATS, Lindsey 108 225 2.08 71 553 .278 6 0.06 3 21 0.03 2 55 0.51 8 77 85 0.79 9 4 274.5 12 GROEN, Jessica 97 201 2.07 102 678 .146 13 0.13 10 7 0.10 13 82 0.85 2 15 17 0.18 3 0 220.5 16 ZUBER, Sam 98 182 1.86 88 527 .178 4 0.04 32 40 0.33 23 82 0.84 5 55 60 0.61 13 1 246.5 17 THOMAS, Lorin 88 140 1.59 68 453 .159 9 0.10 1 1 0.01 6 33 0.38 3 43 46 0.52 6 3 165.5 11 MAREK, Kelsey 50 68 1.36 33 199 .176 2 0.04 1 4 0.02 0 10 0.20 4 41 45 0.90 5 0 93.5 9 WILSON, Heather 104 113 1.09 39 319 .232 834 8.02 18 23 0.17 2 215 2.07 6 45 51 0.49 8 9 159.5 8 LAYDEN, Katelyn 96 91 0.95 57 395 .086 24 0.25 18 26 0.19 35 164 1.71 1 17 18 0.19 4 2 118.5 7 PACHOUD, Chelsey 65 10 0.15 12 82 -.024 9 0.14 10 9 0.15 13 121 1.86 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 20.0 13 LAPORT, Renatta 56 3 0.05 3 16 .000 7 0.12 7 11 0.12 18 84 1.50 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 10.0 6 CUBILLOS, Mallorie 83 4 0.05 3 22 .045 33 0.40 11 18 0.13 33 311 3.75 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 15.0 5 HOLZGREVE, Pia 29 1 0.03 2 12 -.083 107 3.69 3 6 0.10 0 40 1.38 0 5 5 0.17 5 8 6.5 2 BEWICK, Lauren 96 2 0.02 3 26 -.038 14 0.15 12 26 0.12 27 256 2.67 0 0 0 0.00 1 1 14.0 10 TART, Kendall 4 0 0.00 2 2 -1.000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 TEAM 17 CAMPBELL............ 108 1192 11.04 563 3708 .170 1068 9.89 135 208 1.25 197 1489 13.79 30 333 196.5 1.82 61 35 1523.5 Opponents........... 108 1487 13.77 577 3806 .239 1384 12.81 197 191 1.82 135 1712 15.85 47 297 195.5 1.81 42 50 1879.5 OPPONENT vs Charlotte vs Bethune-Cookman at East Carolina at UNCW vs Georgetown at William & Mary vs Manhattan at N.C. Central vs Central Michigan at NC State vs Western Carolina vs South Carolina St. vs Appalachian State at Wake Forest vs Toledo HIGH POINT N.C. CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA A&T CHARLESTON SOUTHERN COASTAL CAROLINA at Liberty at Radford at Presbyterian College at Winthrop at High Point GARDNER-WEBB UNC ASHEVILLE RADFORD LIBERTY at Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern

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W/L SCORE SCORE-BY-SET L 0-3 22-25,21-25,16-25 W 3-0 25-10,25-13,27-25 W 3-2 25-22,31-33,25-20,20-25,17-15 L 0-3 17-25,27-29,15-25 L 1-3 28-26,23-25,8-25,25-27 L 1-3 25-22,24-26,22-25,20-25 W 3-1 15-25,25-15,25-20,25-20 W 3-0 27-25,28-26,25-15 L 0-3 11-25,22-25,24-26 L 0-3 11-25,14-25,19-25 L 2-3 22-25,25-22,19-25,25-20,12-15 W 3-1 29-27,25-17,22-25,25-18 L 0-3 19-25,10-25,17-25 L 0-3 14-25,16-25,14-25 L 0-3 20-25,23-25,11-25 L 1-3 23-25,17-25,25-22,12-25 W 3-0 25-20,25-13,25-22 W 3-2 23-25,26-24,25-18,18-25,15-9 L 0-3 23-25,21-25,24-26 L 2-3 25-21,25-23,13-25,22-25,11-15 L 0-3 13-25,18-25,19-25 L 0-3 21-25,18-25,14-25 L 0-3 14-25,21-25,19-25 L 1-3 18-25,18-25,25-18,15-25 L 1-3 22-25,26-24,22-25,14-25 L 0-3 21-25,10-25,21-25 L 0-3 22-25,22-25,19-25 L 0-3 13-25,22-25,18-25 L 0-3 19-25,28-30,24-26 L 0-3 14-25,20-25,22-25 L 0-3 20-25,21-25,16-25

ATTEND 515 227 71 134 43 189 79 217 109 480 87 210 105 249 110 125 351 431 733 323 256 174 207 321 132 223 275 231 360

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DATE TEAM STATISTICS CAM OPP ATTACK Aug 25, 2012 Aug 25, 2012 Kills 1192 1487 Aug 24, 2012 Errors 563 577 Aug 28, 2012 Total Attacks 3708 3806 Aug 31, 2012 Attack Pct .170 .239 Sep 1, 2012 Kills/Set 11.0 13.8 Sep 1, 2012 SET Sep 04, 2012 Assists 1068 1384 Sep 07, 2012 Assists/Set 9.9 12.8 Sep 08, 2012 SERVE Sep 08, 2012 Aces 135 197 Sep 11, 2012 Errors 208 191 Sep 14, 2012 Attempts 2222 2512 Sep 15, 2012 Serve Pct .906 .924 Sep 15, 2012 Aces/Set 1.2 1.8 * Sep 21, 2012 SERVE RECEPTIONS Sep 22, 2012 Errors 197 135 Sep 22, 2012 Errors/Set 1.8 1.2 DEFENSE * Sep 28, 2012 * Sep 29, 2012 Digs 1489 1712 * 10-05-12 Digs/Set 13.8 15.9 BLOCKING * 10/06/2012 * Oct 12, 2012 Block Solo 30 47 * 10/13/12 Block Assist 333 297 * 10-17-2012 Total Blocks 196.5 195.5 * Oct 26, 2012 Blocks/Set 1.8 1.8 * Oct 27, 2012 Block Errors 61 42 * Nov 02, 2012 Ball handling errors 35 50 ATTENDANCE * Nov 03, 2012 * Nov 09, 2012 Total 2217 3776 * Nov 10, 2012 Dates/Avg Per Date 9/246 13/290 Neutral site #/Avg 9/108 Current win streak 0 Home win streak 0 -

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Opponent Date Score WL BEWICK,Lauren COATS,Lindsey KELLEY,Brooke HOLZGREVE,Pia CUBILLOS,Mallorie PACHOUD,Chelsey LAYDEN,Katelyn WILSON,Heather vs CHA Aug 25 0-3 L 0-1-11-0 6-0-0-1 3-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-6-0 1-0-2-0 2-0-4-1 vs BCU Aug 25 3-0 W 0-0-9-0 5-0-0-7 6-0-0-3 0-0-1-1 DNP 0-1-7-0 1-0-5-0 6-0-6-3 at ECU Aug 24 3-2 W 0-1-15-0 10-0-1-9 12-0-2-4 DNP DNP 0-2-10-0 2-1-7-3 4-2-10-4 at UNCW Aug 28 0-3 L 1-0-12-0 4-0-2-5 6-0-0-1 DNP DNP 1-1-7-0 0-0-8-0 2-0-7-3 vs GU Aug 31 1-3 L 0-2-20-0 5-0-1-6 4-0-0-0 DNP 0-0-11-0 0-0-12-0 1-0-0-1 9-2-10-2 at W&M Sep 1 1-3 L 0-0-8-0 6-0-0-1 9-0-0-4 DNP 0-0-21-0 3-0-9-0 0-0-2-0 4-2-13-0 vs MAN Sep 1 3-1 W 0-1-3-0 14-0-0-1 3-0-1-3 DNP 0-1-21-0 0-0-2-0 12-1-13-0 7-0-13-3 at NCCU Sep 04 3-0 W 0-0-4-0 8-0-0-3 3-0-0-1 DNP 0-1-3-0 0-0-4-0 8-1-13-1 5-1-2-1 vs CMU Sep 07 0-3 L 0-0-4-0 6-0-1-6 7-1-0-2 DNP 1-0-11-0 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-2-3-2 at NCST Sep 08 0-3 L 0-0-3-0 4-0-0-1 4-0-1-1 0-0-4-0 0-0-12-0 2-0-2-0 0-0-1-0 7-0-6-3 vs WCU Sep 08 2-3 L DNP 12-0-0-2 9-0-0-3 0-1-7-0 1-0-22-0 0-0-0-0 3-1-11-1 13-1-13-0 vs SCSU Sep 11 3-1 W 0-0-0-0 13-0-1-5 5-0-0-0 0-0-1-0 0-0-13-0 0-3-3-0 4-4-2-0 3-2-5-4 vs APP Sep 14 0-3 L 0-0-3-0 8-0-0-1 1-0-0-0 0-0-3-0 DNP 0-1-6-0 1-1-3-0 2-0-6-1 at WF Sep 15 0-3 L 0-0-3-0 3-1-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-7-0 5-0-3-0 2-0-2-1 vs TOLEDO Sep 15 0-3 L 0-0-12-0 3-0-1-2 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 7-0-2-1 1-0-4-2 HPU Sep 21 1-3 L 0-0-6-0 7-0-4-1 6-1-4-1 0-0-1-0 0-2-22-0 0-0-5-0 1-0-4-0 3-1-6-2 NCCU Sep 22 3-0 W 0-0-3-0 6-2-0-2 DNP DNP 0-0-18-0 DNP 6-2-5-4 8-0-6-0 NCAT Sep 22 3-2 W 1-1-4-0 9-0-1-3 2-1-1-0 DNP 0-2-23-0 1-0-6-0 2-0-2-0 2-0-5-2 CSU Sep 28 0-3 L 0-0-0-0 8-0-1-1 10-1-2-2 0-1-1-1 0-1-20-0 1-0-8-0 1-0-8-1 5-0-4-2 COASTAL Sep 29 2-3 L 0-0-8-0 15-0-0-2 9-1-0-0 DNP 0-1-21-0 DNP 5-0-6-1 2-2-15-3 at LIBERTY 10-05-12 0-3 L 0-0-6-0 5-0-5-4 7-1-1-1 0-0-0-0 0-0-12-0 0-1-2-0 0-0-1-0 1-0-5-1 at RAD 10/06/20 0-3 L 0-1-6-0 5-0-5-1 1-0-1-1 0-0-10-0 0-1-7-0 DNP 0-1-1-0 3-0-3-1 at PC Oct 12 0-3 L 0-1-7-0 7-0-4-2 3-0-0-2 DNP 0-0-4-0 DNP 2-3-4-0 2-0-5-2 at WU 10/13/12 1-3 L 0-0-19-0 6-0-10-7 2-0-1-2 DNP 1-0-13-0 1-0-15-0 14-1-9-2 4-0-15-2 at HPU 10-17-20 1-3 L 0-1-17-0 5-0-4-3 DNP DNP 1-0-10-0 0-0-0-0 6-0-10-1 5-2-14-2 GWU Oct 26 0-3 L 0-2-15-0 5-0-0-1 DNP 0-0-0-0 0-0-4-0 0-0-3-0 1-0-3-0 1-0-9-1 ASH Oct 27 0-3 L 0-0-3-0 12-0-0-1 DNP 0-1-5-2 0-0-15-0 0-0-6-0 1-0-11-1 1-0-3-0 RAD Nov 02 0-3 L 0-0-14-0 8-0-6-1 6-1-4-1 1-0-7-1 0-0-5-0 DNP 2-2-10-0 DNP LIBERTY Nov 03 0-3 L 0-0-19-0 5-0-5-2 18-1-8-2 DNP 0-1-13-0 DNP 4-0-12-1 5-0-9-1 at COASTAL Nov 09 0-3 L 0-0-11-0 8-0-1-2 7-0-3-2 DNP 0-1-7-0 DNP 1-0-4-0 1-1-4-1 at CSU Nov 10 0-3 L 0-1-11-0 7-0-2-2 9-1-5-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-3-0 DNP 0-0-2-0 3-0-8-1 10 11 12 13 16 17 Opponent Date Score WL TART,Kendall MAREK,Kelsey GROEN,Jessica LAPORT,Renatta ZUBER,Sam THOMAS,Lorin vs CHA Aug 25 0-3 L DNP 1-0-0-0 10-1-11-0 DNP 4-2-4-0 3-0-1-0 vs BCU Aug 25 3-0 W 0-0-1-0 4-1-1-2 7-0-2-1 DNP 1-0-1-0 6-0-0-3 at ECU Aug 24 3-2 W 0-0-0-0 2-0-2-6 15-1-8-2 DNP 0-0-0-0 3-0-1-5 at UNCW Aug 28 0-3 L DNP DNP 7-0-6-0 DNP 5-0-1-3 1-0-1-3 vs GU Aug 31 1-3 L DNP DNP 11-1-7-1 DNP 8-0-1-3 9-0-4-5 at W&M Sep 1 1-3 L DNP DNP 15-0-9-1 0-0-1-0 7-1-2-4 7-0-7-1 vs MAN Sep 1 3-1 W DNP DNP 4-1-8-1 0-1-3-0 11-5-2-5 3-0-0-0 at NCCU Sep 04 3-0 W DNP DNP 9-0-2-0 1-0-5-0 5-3-3-4 3-0-0-3 vs CMU Sep 07 0-3 L DNP DNP 3-0-4-1 0-1-2-0 3-0-1-1 2-1-0-5 at NCST Sep 08 0-3 L DNP DNP 8-0-0-0 0-0-4-0 1-0-0-2 3-0-1-0 vs WCU Sep 08 2-3 L DNP DNP 8-0-2-0 1-0-7-0 6-1-1-3 5-0-0-0 vs SCSU Sep 11 3-1 W DNP DNP 11-1-7-1 0-0-4-0 10-0-3-2 4-0-2-2 vs APP Sep 14 0-3 L DNP DNP 5-0-0-0 0-0-12-0 3-0-1-3 5-0-0-1 at WF Sep 15 0-3 L DNP DNP 6-0-1-1 0-1-7-0 3-0-1-3 3-0-3-1 vs TOLEDO Sep 15 0-3 L DNP DNP 8-0-3-1 0-0-5-0 6-1-0-5 6-0-3-2 HPU Sep 21 1-3 L DNP 6-0-0-4 9-0-1-1 1-0-4-0 2-1-1-2 8-0-2-3 NCCU Sep 22 3-0 W DNP 3-0-1-4 7-1-1-1 0-0-3-0 0-2-0-0 10-0-0-2 NCAT Sep 22 3-2 W DNP 1-0-1-1 12-0-0-0 0-2-12-0 14-6-6-1 7-0-2-5 CSU Sep 28 0-3 L DNP 1-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 0-0-3-0 3-2-2-3 2-0-1-0 COASTAL Sep 29 2-3 L DNP DNP 6-0-0-1 0-2-3-0 12-3-2-2 5-0-1-0 at LIBERTY 10-05-12 0-3 L DNP 4-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-1-0-1 5-0-1-2 at RAD 10/06/20 0-3 L DNP 6-0-1-2 5-0-1-0 DNP 6-1-1-1 4-0-2-0 at PC Oct 12 0-3 L DNP 6-0-0-4 4-0-1-0 DNP 7-1-12-1 DNP at WU 10/13/12 1-3 L DNP 3-0-2-3 3-0-1-0 DNP 12-0-8-3 DNP at HPU 10-17-20 1-3 L DNP 11-0-0-4 7-3-1-2 DNP 13-1-9-2 1-0-1-0 GWU Oct 26 0-3 L DNP 2-0-1-2 1-0-1-1 0-0-3-0 7-0-5-0 10-0-0-1 ASH Oct 27 0-3 L DNP 7-0-0-7 3-0-0-1 0-0-2-0 10-0-2-3 10-0-0-1 RAD Nov 02 0-3 L DNP 2-0-0-1 0-0-0-0 DNP 8-0-5-0 5-0-0-0 LIBERTY Nov 03 0-3 L DNP 4-0-1-3 3-0-2-0 DNP 8-0-5-1 0-0-0-0 at COASTAL Nov 09 0-3 L DNP 1-0-0-1 3-0-0-0 DNP 5-1-1-2 8-0-0-0 at CSU Nov 10 0-3 L DNP 4-0-0-1 7-1-2-0 0-0-4-0 1-0-2-0 2-0-0-1

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL 2012 TEAM MATCH-BY-MATCH Campbell Team Stats ATTACK Date Opponent SP K E TA Pct Aug 25, 2012 vs Charlotte 3 31 15 97 .165 Aug 25, 2012 vs Bethune-Cookman 3 36 12 87 .276 Aug 24, 2012 at East Carolina 5 48 19 165 .176 Aug 28, 2012 at UNCW 3 27 22 104 .048 Aug 31, 2012 vs Georgetown 4 47 24 164 .140 Sep 1, 2012 at William & Mary 4 51 16 163 .215 Sep 1, 2012 vs Manhattan 4 54 12 153 .275 Sep 04, 2012 at N.C. Central 3 42 12 96 .312 Sep 07, 2012 vs Central Michigan 3 22 17 85 .059 Sep 08, 2012 at NC State 3 29 19 83 .120 Sep 08, 2012 vs Western Carolina 5 58 25 169 .195 Sep 11, 2012 vs South Carolina St. 4 50 20 116 .259 Sep 14, 2012 vs Appalachian State 3 25 24 96 .010 Sep 15, 2012 at Wake Forest 3 22 14 94 .085 Sep 15, 2012 vs Toledo 3 31 14 91 .187 Sep 21, 2012 HIGH POINT 4 43 24 133 .143 Sep 22, 2012 N.C. CENTRAL 3 40 11 93 .312 Sep 22, 2012 NORTH CAROLINA A&T 5 51 15 152 .237 Sep 28, 2012 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 3 34 14 107 .187 Sep 29, 2012 COASTAL CAROLINA 5 54 26 150 .187 10-05-12 at Liberty 3 24 14 94 .106 10/06/2012 at Radford 3 30 20 98 .102 Oct 12, 2012 at Presbyterian College 3 31 25 101 .059 10/13/12 at Winthrop 4 46 26 169 .118 10-17-2012 at High Point 4 49 25 164 .146 Oct 26, 2012 GARDNER-WEBB 3 27 13 93 .151 Oct 27, 2012 UNC ASHEVILLE 3 44 11 120 .275 Nov 02, 2012 RADFORD 3 32 18 123 .114 Nov 03, 2012 LIBERTY 3 47 22 149 .168 Nov 09, 2012 at Coastal Carolina 3 34 16 93 .194 Nov 10, 2012 at Charleston Southern 3 33 18 106 .142 Campbell 108 1192 563 3708 .170

Kills/set: 11.04 Assists/set: 9.89 Aces/set: 1.25 SET A 46 25 76 39 52 62 59 39 37 35 60 41 32 43 46 47 29 55 41 58 41 34 32 51 47 37 47 47 46 35 45 1384

Kills/set: 13.77 Assists/set: 12.81 Aces/set: 1.82

SERVE SA SE 4 5 2 4 7 13 1 8 5 5 3 6 10 3 6 4 6 7 0 5 4 10 10 6 2 8 2 5 1 3 5 6 7 11 12 7 5 9 9 12 3 9 4 7 5 6 1 7 7 8 2 5 1 7 3 3 2 1 3 13 3 5 135 208 RE/set: 1.82

PASS DEF BLOCK RE DIG BS BA BE Total 2 40 0 2 1 1.0 4 33 0 20 1 10.0 5 56 1 32 2 17.0 6 44 1 14 0 8.0 10 66 0 18 4 9.0 7 72 0 11 2 5.5 1 66 1 12 2 7.0 8 36 1 12 0 7.0 7 27 1 16 2 9.0 10 34 1 6 2 4.0 6 63 3 6 2 6.0 7 41 0 14 3 7.0 2 34 2 4 1 4.0 7 27 0 6 1 3.0 5 30 1 12 2 7.0 7 60 0 14 4 7.0 1 37 1 12 1 7.0 19 63 2 10 5 7.0 6 51 2 8 2 6.0 5 56 3 6 1 6.0 7 33 1 8 1 5.0 8 38 0 6 1 3.0 8 37 1 10 3 6.0 7 93 3 16 2 11.0 11 66 0 14 2 7.0 11 44 0 6 1 3.0 3 47 2 14 4 9.0 2 51 0 4 3 2.0 5 74 2 8 2 6.0 6 31 0 8 2 4.0 4 39 1 4 2 3.0 197 1489 30 333 61 196.5 Digs/set: 13.79

SERVE SA SE 2 6 4 4 5 7 6 6 10 3 7 7 1 0 8 7 7 7 10 4 6 12 7 13 2 8 7 7 5 6 7 5 1 5 19 10 6 7 5 9 7 6 8 6 8 3 7 6 11 8 11 7 3 3 2 5 5 4 6 3 4 7 197 191 RE/set: 1.25

Blocks/set: 1.82 BHE/set: 0.32

Points per set: 14.11

PASS DEF BLOCK RE DIG BS BA BE Total 4 50 0 8 0 4.0 2 33 1 8 1 5.0 7 90 2 6 2 5.0 1 49 0 11 0 5.5 5 82 1 20 2 11.0 3 87 0 6 4 3.0 10 78 1 4 3 3.0 6 35 0 8 1 4.0 6 41 0 10 0 5.0 0 34 2 10 2 7.0 4 75 2 8 2 6.0 10 37 7 14 2 14.0 2 42 1 10 0 6.0 2 43 2 12 0 8.0 1 41 0 8 0 4.0 5 59 3 16 2 11.0 7 36 1 4 0 3.0 12 74 1 2 1 2.0 5 50 1 6 0 4.0 9 64 0 22 2 11.0 3 49 0 6 0 3.0 4 38 0 14 2 7.0 5 39 6 8 2 10.0 1 87 8 10 2 13.0 7 80 1 12 5 7.0 2 48 2 6 1 5.0 1 55 0 4 0 2.0 3 59 2 8 1 6.0 2 67 0 16 0 8.0 3 38 1 6 4 4.0 3 52 2 14 1 9.0 135 1712 47 297 42 195.5 Digs/set: 15.58

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Blocks/set: 1.81 BHE/set: 0.46

GEN BHE Points 3 36.0 1 48.0 1 72.0 0 36.0 0 61.0 0 59.5 0 71.0 0 55.0 1 37.0 2 33.0 2 68.0 1 67.0 0 31.0 2 27.0 1 39.0 1 55.0 1 54.0 1 70.0 2 45.0 3 69.0 2 32.0 0 37.0 0 42.0 0 58.0 1 63.0 1 32.0 2 54.0 3 37.0 3 55.0 1 41.0 0 39.0 35 1523.5

GEN BHE Points 1 55.0 1 36.0 2 88.0 3 51.5 0 78.0 0 76.0 0 66.0 2 54.0 1 54.0 0 56.0 1 75.0 2 73.0 0 44.0 2 60.0 0 58.0 2 72.0 2 33.0 8 79.0 6 53.0 1 78.0 3 52.0 1 51.0 0 53.0 0 72.0 4 70.0 0 58.0 1 57.0 2 56.0 1 63.0 3 48.0 1 60.0 50 1879.5

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Opponent Team Stats ATTACK Date Opponent SP K E TA Pct Aug 25, 2012 vs Charlotte 3 49 15 109 .312 Aug 25, 2012 vs Bethune-Cookman 3 27 32 98 -.051 Aug 24, 2012 at East Carolina 5 78 51 197 .137 Aug 28, 2012 at UNCW 3 40 21 109 .174 Aug 31, 2012 vs Georgetown 4 57 22 152 .230 Sep 1, 2012 at William & Mary 4 66 20 170 .271 Sep 1, 2012 vs Manhattan 4 62 19 156 .276 Sep 04, 2012 at N.C. Central 3 42 21 103 .204 Sep 07, 2012 vs Central Michigan 3 42 17 93 .269 Sep 08, 2012 at NC State 3 39 9 86 .349 Sep 08, 2012 vs Western Carolina 5 63 27 162 .222 Sep 11, 2012 vs South Carolina St. 4 52 22 120 .250 Sep 14, 2012 vs Appalachian State 3 36 15 100 .210 Sep 15, 2012 at Wake Forest 3 45 11 89 .382 Sep 15, 2012 vs Toledo 3 49 14 102 .343 Sep 21, 2012 HIGH POINT 4 54 22 148 .216 Sep 22, 2012 N.C. CENTRAL 3 29 20 93 .097 Sep 22, 2012 NORTH CAROLINA A&T 5 58 24 152 .224 Sep 28, 2012 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 3 43 16 120 .225 Sep 29, 2012 COASTAL CAROLINA 5 62 23 153 .255 10-05-12 at Liberty 3 42 13 93 .312 10/06/2012 at Radford 3 36 11 92 .272 Oct 12, 2012 at Presbyterian College 3 35 13 92 .239 10/13/12 at Winthrop 4 52 22 187 .160 10-17-2012 at High Point 4 52 15 147 .252 Oct 26, 2012 GARDNER-WEBB 3 42 15 110 .245 Oct 27, 2012 UNC ASHEVILLE 3 52 14 115 .330 Nov 02, 2012 RADFORD 3 48 11 112 .330 Nov 03, 2012 LIBERTY 3 50 17 155 .213 Nov 09, 2012 at Coastal Carolina 3 38 13 87 .287 Nov 10, 2012 at Charleston Southern 3 47 12 104 .337 Opponent totals 108 1487 577 3806 .239

SET A 27 27 42 27 43 46 47 34 19 27 53 44 21 19 29 38 37 49 30 52 22 24 29 40 41 25 42 29 43 31 31 1068

Points per set: 17.40

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Alabi, Femi..................................................................................................... 2005-07 Anderson, Avery............................................................................................. 2010-11 Au, Kris........................................................................................................... 1985-86 Azem, Samar....................................................................................................... 2003

Banks, Nancy....................................................................................................... 1990 Bass, Karen..................................................................................................... 1985-86 Batson, Christine................................................................................................. 2000 Batson, Tammi................................................................................................ 2000-03 Bell, Melissa.................................................................................................... 1987-90 Bendy, Caitlin................................................................................................. 2007-10 Bense, Norma................................................................................................. 1989-90 Benton, Julie................................................................................................... 1986-89 Bewick, Lauren.........................................................................2012-pres. Brackeen, Alissa.............................................................................................. 2002-05 Brigman, Kay.................................................................................................. 1989-90 Brim, Crystal................................................................................................... 1999-02 Brown, Renee................................................................................................. 1988-90 Bueno, Chris.................................................................................................... 1989-92 Bueno, Jenny.................................................................................................. 1992-95 Burdeau, Andrea............................................................................................. 1989-90 Burke, Heather..................................................................................................... 1995

Campbell, Kelsey............................................................................................ 2010-11 Canady, Andrea............................................................................................... 1986-88 Cadenhead, Holli................................................................................................. 2005 Coats, Lindsey.......................................................................... 2010-pres. Cochrane, Che...................................................................................................... 2003 Coffman, Sarah.................................................................................................... 2003 Cubillos, Mallorie............................................................................................ 2011-12

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Davis, Angie.................................................................................................... 1985-88 Deering, Taylor..................................................................................................... 2007 Denning, Lori.................................................................................................. 1999-00 Dickerson, Kathy.................................................................................................. 1985 Dillon, Sarah................................................................................................... 2003-06

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Hall, Stacia...................................................................................................... 1994-97 Hammersley, Caroline..................................................................................... 2007-10 Harron, Jennifer................................................................................................... 1993 Harvey, Melissa............................................................................................... 2006-07 Hearin, Libby.................................................................................................. 1994-95 Heires, Jennie................................................................................................. 1989-90 Henderson, Frannie............................................................................................. 1993 Hensel, Tawnee............................................................................................... 2003-04 Hill, Sarah....................................................................................................... 2005-09 Hoffman, Crystal............................................................................................. 2003-05 Holzgreve, Pia....................................................................................................... 2012 Huffman, Katie............................................................................................... 1995-96 Hughes, Pam.................................................................................................. 1999-00

Inoue, Yuko.......................................................................................................... 1987

James, Katie........................................................................................................ 1995 Jasnica, Katie.................................................................................................. 2009-10 Jenkins, Abby.................................................................................................. 1998-01

Kamalifard, Kathy................................................................................................ 1986 Kelley, Brooke................................................................................................. 2011-12 Kelly, April...................................................................................................... 2000-01 Kettering, Leah............................................................................................... 1996-99 Kirksey, Candy................................................................................................. 1995-97 Kobeski, Annie................................................................................................ 2010-11

Lanier, Andrea................................................................................................ 1990-92 Laport, Renatta..................................................................................................... 2012 Layden, Katelyn........................................................................2012-pres. Leatigaga, Hope............................................................................................. 2008-10 Lee, Denise..................................................................................................... 1985-88 Lejbjuk, Stephanie............................................................................................... 2002 Lewis, Kara..................................................................................................... 1999-02

Mabie, Michelle................................................................................................... 2001 Marek, Kelsey................................................................................................. 2011-12 Marek, Tracey....................................................................................................... 1991 Marshall, Robin.............................................................................................. 1991-94 Mason, Heather................................................................................................... 1992 Mazza, Lynne.................................................................................................. 1991-94 McConky, Sam..................................................................................................... 1989 McCracken, Kelly.................................................................................................. 1988 McLachlan, Mary................................................................................................. 2005 Murphy, Mallarie................................................................................................. 2007

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Melissa Ziengenfuss (2000-02)

Oblinger, Brittney........................................................................................... 2005-06 Oppenheimer, Cindy....................................................................................... 1995-98 Osato, Kelsie........................................................................................................ 2010

Pachoud, Chelsey............................................................................................ 2011-12 Peterson, Sarah.............................................................................................. 1998-01 Pfeifer, Amanda.............................................................................................. 2000-01 Phillips, Lara........................................................................................................ 1998 Piner, Dawn.................................................................................................... 1988-91

Rasmussen, Jordan......................................................................................... 1999-01 Ray, Jane......................................................................................................... 1985-88 Reaves, Jordan................................................................................................ 2009-11 Reavis, M............................................................................................................. 1996 Riggs, JonNisha................................................................................................... 2002 Riggs, Lynn..................................................................................................... 1990-91 Rogers, Kristine............................................................................................... 1994-97 Roumain, Gina..................................................................................................... 1991 Rusin, Brittany................................................................................................ 2003-06 Russo, Ally........................................................................................................... 2011

Sandburg, Briana............................................................................................ 1997-98 Sandburg, Brooke........................................................................................... 1997-98 Shepard, Bev.................................................................................................. 1987-90 Sieber, Crystal................................................................................................. 2004-05 Simmons, Denise............................................................................................ 1990-92 Simmons, Fran..................................................................................................... 1988 Sorrenti, Addie................................................................................................ 2003-04 Stallings, Katie................................................................................................ 2005-08 Stout, Crystal....................................................................................................... 1993

Tart, Kendall............................................................................ 2011-pres. Taylor, Angie........................................................................................................ 1985 Taylor, Kim...................................................................................................... 1995-96 Taylor, Linda........................................................................................................ 1985 Taylor, Wendy...................................................................................................... 1985 Templin, Rachel.............................................................................................. 2003-06 Thaggard, Beth............................................................................................... 1987-98 Thomas, Lorin.......................................................................... 2011-pres. Thompson, Casey............................................................................................ 2002-04 Thompson, Robin................................................................................................ 2008 Tortorello, Paige.............................................................................................. 2009-10 Turner, Tabitha................................................................................................ 2003-06

Van Hoy, Wyndy.............................................................................................. 1993-96 Vaughan, Angie.............................................................................................. 1985-86

Waters, Lori..................................................................................................... 1993-96 Weekes, Jennifer.................................................................................................. 1986 Weers, Ashley................................................................................................. 2006-09 Welch, Alana................................................................................................... 1996-99 Werner, Emily................................................................................................. 2007-10 West, Tracey.................................................................................................... 1994-95 White, Michelle.............................................................................................. 2008-10 White, Yolanda............................................................................................... 1991-94 Williamson, Courtney.......................................................................................... 2008 Wilson, Heather....................................................................... 2010-pres. Worlton, Brandy............................................................................................. 2007-08

Young, Patricia................................................................................................ 2004-05

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL ALL-TIME SERIES Team Alabama State American Appalachian State Armstrong State Augusta Barton Belmont Bethune-Cookman Bucknell Buffalo Catawba Central Florida Central Michigan Charleston Southern Charlotte College of Charleston The Citadel Coastal Carolina Coker Davidson Delaware Drexel Duke East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Elon Fayetteville State Ferrum Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Fordham Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason Georgetown Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Greensboro College Hampton High Point Houston Baptist Howard Jacksonville Jacksonville State James Madison Kennesaw State Lamar Lenoir-Rhyne Liberty Lipscomb Louisiana State Loyola-Maryland Maine

Record 1-0 0-2 0-4 2-0 5-2 5-5 2-10 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-10 0-2 9-19 2-10 2-12 1-0 7-27 0-1 5-12 2-1 0-1 0-7 7-34 2-7 0-1 10-5 1-0 1-0 2-8 1-8 1-1 0-1 0-5 4-6 0-2 0-3 0-3 4-14 0-2 0-2 5-0 13-10 0-1 3-0 3-18 4-3 1-7 3-4 0-1 1-0 3-14 0-10 0-1 3-1 0-1

First / Last Played 2012 / 2012 1993 / 2001 2002 / 2002 1992 / 1999 2011 / 2011 1989 / 2010 1986 / 1992 2003 / 2003 1995 / 1995 2005 / 2005 1997 / 1997 1999 / 1999 1990 / 1999 1991 / 2011 1990 / 1995 1992 / 2004 2004 / 2011 1999 / 1999 1986 / 2012 1986 / 2012 1990 / 2012 1989 / 2006 1986 / 1989 1994 / 2011 1988 / 1988 1986 / 2012 2005 / 2010 2000 / 2000 2003 / 2003 2010 / 2010 1986 /1986 2000 / 2000 2007 / 2012 1988 / 1990 1986 / 2012 2000 / 2000 1995 / 2000 1987 / 1990 2002 / 2002 1991 / 1992 1997 / 2002 2004 / 2006 1991 / 1991 2000 / 2000 1991 / 1991 1991 / 1991 2001 / 2012 1999 / 2010 1994 / 2010 2002 / 2002 1987 / 1994 2006 / 2006 1995 / 1995 1995 / 1995 2004 / 2005 2005 / 2005

Team Manhattan Marshall Maryland UMBC Maryland Eastern Shore Mercer Methodist Miami (Ohio) Middle Tennessee State Minnesota Missouri-Kansas City Montana State Morehead State Morgan State Mount Olive Navy Norfolk State North Carolina North Carolina A&T UNC Asheville North Carolina Central UNC Greensboro UNC Pembroke North Carolina State North Carolina Wesleyan UNC Wilmington North Florida Northern Arizona Oregon State Penn State Pfeiffer Pittsburgh Presbyterian Queens Radford Rice Robert Morris Rollins Rutgers Saint Andrews Samford Savannah State Shaw South Alabama South Carolina USC Aiken South Carolina State USC Upstate Stetson Syracuse UT Chattanooga Tennessee-Martin Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Texas A&M Corpus Christi Texas Christian

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Record 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-3 1-0 12-13 7-6 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 4-0 9-0 0-2 5-0 0-3 25-5 3-16 13-2 6-17 2-4 4-11 0-2 16-27 4-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 2-3 4-1 3-18 0-1 1-1 0-2 0-1 2-0 4-3 5-0 2-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-0 5-2 13-6 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-1

First / Last Played 1998 / 1998 2002 / 2002 2012 / 2012 1992 / 1993 1995 / 2004 2007 / 2007 2010 / 2010 2003 / 2009 1992 / 2009 2003 / 2003 1986 / 2012 1986 / 1986 2010 / 2010 1992 / 2012 2010 / 2012 2006 / 2009 1986 / 2012 2011 / 2011 1995 / 2006 1990 / 1990

Team Texas-Pan American Texas Southern Toledo Towson Troy Tulsa Villanova Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Wake Forest West Georgia West Virginia Western Carolina William & Mary Winston-Salem State Winthrop Wisconsin Wofford Xavier

Record 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 3-6 0-1 0-1 0-2 3-6 0-1 0-7 0-1 0-1 0-6 0-2 4-0 4-15 0-1 8-0 0-1

Vs. Conferences American East 0-4 Atlantic Coast 3-29 Atlantic Sun 41-74 Atlantic 10 2-10 Big East 0-7 Big Sky 0-2 Big South 41-116 Big 10 0-2 Central Intercollegiate (D-II) 3-0 Colonial 25-60 Conference Carolinas (D-II) 20-9 Conference USA 7-47 Great West 0-2 Gulf South (D-II) 0-1 Independents 11-2 Metro Atlantic 4-1 Mid-American 0-5 Mid-Eastern Athletic 52-5 Mountain West 0-1 Northeast 1-1 Ohio Valley 6-7 Pacific 10 0-1 Patriot 1-3 Peach Belt (D-II) 9-7 South Atlantic (D-II) 1-1 Southeastern 0-2 Southern 36-65 Southland 0-3 Southwestern 2-0 Summit League 0-1 Sun Belt 6-17 Sunshine State (D-II) 0-2 USA South (D-III) 8-10 Note-Records reflect current conference affiliation

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First / Last Played 1994 / 1994 1999 / 2010 1987 / 2012 1986 / 1986 1986 / 1994 1986 / 2005 2001 / 2010 1998 / 2012 1994 / 1994 2004 / 2004 1992 / 1992 1994 / 2004 2006 / 2012 2005 / 2012 1990 / 2012 1989 / 1997 2005 / 2005 1986 / 2012 1987 / 1987 1988 / 2009 1990 / 1998 1995 / 1995 1999 / 2011 1986 / 2012 2003 / 2010 2008 / 2008 1997 / 2011 2005 / 2005 1989 / 1989 1994 / 2005 2007 / 2011 1994 / 1994 2005 / 2005 1991 / 2011 1986 / 2012 2003 / 2006 2002 / 2006 1993 / 2006 1987 / 2004 1986 / 1996 1989 / 1991 1997 / 2011 1997 / 2012 2008 / 2008 1997 / 2006 1986 / 2010 1997 / 2002 1990 / 2004 2006 / 2010 2006 / 2006 1997 / 1997 1991 / 2012 2003 / 2010 2005 / 2005 1991 / 2007 2005 / 2005

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9/11/86 Barton (Atlantic Christian) 9/11/86 at Pembroke State 9/15/86 at Methodist 9/15/86 UNC Wilmington 9/19/86 at East Carolina 9/23/86 Pembroke State 9/26/86 Pfeiffer 9/27/86 * Augusta W 9/29/86 * Coastal Carolina 10/1/86 * Baptist (CSU) 10/2/86 UNC Wilmington 10/4/86 * Armstrong State W 10/4/86 North Carolina A & T 10/7/86 East Carolina 10/10/86 Pfeiffer 10/10/86 * Radford 10/14/86 * Winthrop 10/17/86 Jacksonville 10/17/86 at * Armstrong State W 10/18/86 at * Augusta 10/23/86 Methodist 10/24/86 # Wake Forest 10/24/86 # West Georgia 10/24/86 # Winthrop 10/25/86 # Georgia Tech 10/25/86 # Coastal Carolina W 10/28/86 * Baptist (CSU) 10/29/86 at UNC Wilmington 10/31/86 at Gardner-Webb 10/31/86 * UNC Asheville 11/4/86 at *Coastal Carolina 11/7/86 ! Coastal Carolina * Big South Match # Winthrop Invitational ! Big South Tournament

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9/8/87 Pembroke State 9/15/87 at * Coastal Carolina 9/17/87 UNC Wilmington 9/19/87 * Radford 9/25/87 at Methodist 9/25/87 at * Augusta 10/2/87 # East Carolina 10/2/87 # UT-Chattanooga 10/2/87 # Winthrop 10/3/87 # Baptist (CSU) 10/6/87 Coker 10/6/87 Pembroke State 10/7/87 * Coastal Carolina 10/9/87 % Georgia State 10/9/87 % UNC Asheville 10/10/87 % Radford 10/10/87 % Rollins 10/14/87 at UNC Wilmington 10/20/87 at Winthrop 10/24/87 & Appalachian State 10/24/87 & Baptist (CSU) 10/24/87 & UNC Wilmington 10/27/87 * Baptist (CSU) 10/30/87 * UNC Asheville 11/4/87 Methodist * Big South Match # Winthrop Invitational % UNC Asheville Classic & UNC Wilmington Invitational

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1990 9-23 Overall, 1-6 Big South

1988 2-20 Overall, 1-5 Big South

9/12/88 at Queens College 9/14/88 at East Carolina 9/16/88 at * Atlantic Christian (Barton) 9/19/88 Queens College W 9/21/88 *Winthrop 9/24/88 * Radford 9/24/88 * UNC Asheville 9/27/88 at Davidson 10/1/88 * Augusta W 10/4/88 * Coastal Carolina 10/6/88 at UNC Wilmington 10/8/88 North Carolina Wesleyan 10/11/88 East Carolina 10/13/88 ! UNC Asheville 10/17/88 North Carolina Wesleyan 10/18/88 Davidson 10/20/88 * Coastal Carolina 10/24/88 * Baptist (CSU) 10/26/88 * Atlantic Christian (Barton) 10/28/88 Methodist 10/31/88 UNC Wilmington 11/2/88 at Methodist * Big South Match ! at Radford, VA.

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

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Mike Hollis (1989) 14-15, 3-3 Big South

Betty Jo Clary (1987) 0-25, 0-6 Big South

1987 0-25 Overall, 0-6 Big South

Julie Millsaps (1990-91) 17-49, 1-13 Big South

Judy Peel (1988) 2-20, 1-5 Big South

1989 14-16 Overall, 3-3 Big South 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-3 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L

9/8/89 ! College of Charleston 9/8/89 ! UNC Greensboro 9/9/89 ! Radford 9/12/89 at Methodist W 9/14/89 & Greensboro College 9/14/89 & Ferrum W 9/15/89 Queens College W 9/18/89 * Atlantic Christian (Barton) 9/18/89 * Radford 9/29/89 at Winthrop W 9/30/89 at *Augusta W 9/30/89 % Mercer W 10/3/89 East Carolina 10/5/89 at Queens College W 10/7/89 * Coastal Carolina 10/9/89 at Atlantic Christian (Barton) W 10/10/89 Methodist W 10/12/89 Pembroke State W 10/13/89 * Baptist (CSU) 10/16/89 at Pembroke State W 10/18/89 at Davidson W 10/21/89 # UNC Greensboro 10/21/89 # Winthrop 10/21/89 # Coastal Carolina 10/21/89 # Davidson 10/24/89 at East Carolina 10/26/89 at UNC Greensboro 10/28/89 * UNC Asheville W 11/7/89 at *Coastal Carolina W 11/10/89 ^ Radford W 11/11/89 ^ Baptist (CSU) * Big South Match ! Coastal Carolina Invitational # UNC Greensboro Tournament ^ Big South Tournament & at Greensboro, N.C. % at Augusta, G.A.

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9/5/90 at Barton W 9/7/90 ! Charlotte 9/7/90 ! Morehead State 9/8/90 ! Coastal Carolina 9/14/90 # Davidson 9/14/90 # North Carolina Central 9/14/90 # Rollins 9/15/90 # College of Charleston 9/15/90 # Queens College W 9/18/90 at *Coastal Carolina 9/20/90 at Methodist W 9/21/90 Winthrop 9/22/90 at *UNC Asheville 9/25/90 * Davidson 9/26/90 Barton W 9/29/90 at *Radford 10/1/90 UNC Wilmington 10/4/90 Methodist W 10/9/90 at UNC Greensboro 10/10/90 at Mt. Olive W 10/12/90 $ Xavier 10/12/90 $ Delaware W 10/13/90 $ James Madison 10/15/90 Mt. Olive W 10/16/90 East Carolina 10/23/90 College of Charleston 10/25/90 at *Baptist (CSU) 10/27/90 * Augusta W 10/29/90 at East Carolina 10/30/90 at UNC Wilmington 11/1/90 at *Davidson 11/9/90 % Davidson * Big South Match ! Coastal Carolina Classic # College of Charleston Invitational $ James Madison Invitational % Big South Tournament

1991 8-26 Overall, 0-7 Big South

9/2/91 * Liberty 9/3/91 Barton 9/6/91 ! Coastal Carolina 9/6/91 ! Jacksonville 9/7/91 ! South Carolina 9/7/91 ! USC Aiken 9/9/91 UNC Greensboro 9/13/91 Methodist W 9/17/91 * UNC Asheville 9/18/91 Shaw W 9/21/91 * Radford 9/24/91 Methodist W 9/25/91 Mt. Olive W 10/3/91 Winthrop 10/5/91 Mt. Olive W 10/10/91 * Liberty 10/11/91 # Loyola (MD) 10/12/91 # Morgan State W 10/12/91 # College of Charleston 10/14/91 UNC Wilmington 10/15/91 East Carolina 10/18/91 * Baptist (CSU) 10/24/91 * Coastal Carolina 10/25/91 Shaw W 10/25/91 Saint Andrews W 10/28/91 East Carolina 10/29/91 * Davidson 11/1/91 $ College of Charleston 11/1/91 $ Furman 11/2/91 $ Georgia State 11/2/91 $ James Madison 11/4/91 Greensboro College 11/5/91 UNC Wilmington 11/8/91 % Davidson * Big South Match ! Coast Carolina Invitational # Loyola Invitational $ Furman Invitational % Big South Tournament

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

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Beverley Marley (1992-93) 18-50, 4-14 Big South 1992 7-32 Overall, 1-8 Big South

9/1/92 Charlotte 9/4/92 ! Appalachian State 9/4/92 ! Georgia Tech 9/5/92 ! Coastal Carolina 9/5/92 ! Davidson 9/7/92 at Western Carolina 9/11/92 # Virginia Commonwealth 9/12/92 # Davidson 9/12/92 # Navy 9/17/92 at East Carolina 9/19/92 Catawba 9/19/92 Virginia Commonwealth 9/22/92 UNC Wilmington 9/22/92 North Carolina A & T W 9/25/92 $ Coastal Carolina 9/26/92 $ UNC Asheville 9/26/92 $ Baptist (CSU) 10/3/92 Mt. Olive W 10/10/92 at * Baptist (CSU) 10/10/92 & *Winthrop 10/13/92 UNC Greensboro 10/16/92 UNC Greensboro 10/16/92 * Coastal Carolina W 10/17/92 * UNC Asheville 10/17/92 * Radford 10/20/92 * Coastal Carolina 10/23/92 ^ * Towson State 10/24/92 *^ Liberty 10/24/92 *^ UMBC 10/27/92 Davidson W 10/29/92 at Methodist W 10/31/92 Saint Andrews W 10/31/92 * Winthrop W 11/3/92 UNC Greensboro 11/8/92 at * College of Charleston 11/8/92 & Jacksonville 11/10/92 East Carolina 11/11/92 at UNC Wilmington 11/13/92 @ Coastal Carolina * Big South Match ! Coastal Carolina Invitational # VCU Invitational $ Charlotte Invitational & at Charleston, S.C. ^ at Asheville, N.C. @ Big South Tournament

1993 11-18 Overall, 3-6 Big South 9/3/93 9/3/93 9/4/93 9/4/93 9/6/93 9/14/93 9/15/93 9/24/93 9/25/93 9/28/93 9/30/93 10/1/93 10/2/93 10/2/93 10/5/93 10/8/93

! North Carolina A & T ! Marshall ! Virginia Commonwealth ! Georgia Southern Barton Mt. Olive UNC Wilmington # James Madison # Delaware at UNC Greensboro Charlotte $ *Coastal Carolina $ *Baptist (CSU) $ *Winthrop UNC Greensboro % UT-Chattanooga

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11/3/95 North Carolina A&T W 11/9/95 at Wofford W 11/10/95 $ Tennessee Tech 11/10/95 $ Troy 11/11/95 $ Middle Tennessee State 11/11/95 $ Tennessee State W * Atlantic Sun Match ! James Madison Invitational # UNC Greensboro Tournament $ Tennessee Tech Invitational % At Macon, G.A.

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1996 5-25 Overall, 1-4 Atlantic Sun

Jewel Lehman (1994-97) 70-62, 10-17 A-Sun

1994 14-14 Overall, 4-6 Atlantic Sun

1995 17-16 Overall, 2-4 Atlantic Sun 9/1/95 9/1/95 9/2/95 9/2/95 9/6/95 9/9/95 9/13/95 9/19/95 9/22/95 9/23/95 9/23/95 9/26/95 10/3/95 10/5/95 10/7/95 10/7/95 10/10/95 10/11/95 10/14/95 10/17/95 10/20/95 10/21/95 10/21/95 10/24/95 10/26/95 10/28/95 11/1/95

! James Madison ! Robert Morris W ! Drexel ! Virginia Commonwealth W at UNC Wilmington at Davidson at * College of Charleston at Charlotte W # UNC Wilmington # UNC Greensboro # Virginia Commonwealth W Baptist (CSU) W at East Carolina * Georgia State Stetson W Wofford W at North Carolina A&T W Liberty W * Mercer W UNC Wilmington W at * Georgia State at * Mercer % South Carolina State W * College of Charleston W UNC Greensboro Mt. Olive W East Carolina

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1998 25-7 Overall, 8-1 Atlantic Sun

9/1/98 at East Carolina W 9/4/98 ! Texas -Pan American 9/5/98 ! Baptist (CSU) W 9/5/98 ! Western Carolina W 9/9/98 at Elon W 9/11/98 * Stetson W 9/12/98 * Mercer W 9/12/98 * Troy W 9/15/98 North Carolina A&T W 9/18/98 # Liberty 9/18/98 # Delaware W 9/22/98 East Carolina 9/24/98 at Coastal Carolina 9/29/98 at North Carolina A&T W 10/3/98 Wofford W 10/7/98 at UNC Greensboro W 10/10/98 * Georgia State W 10/14/98 at *Jacksonville 10/15/98 at *Stetson W 10/17/98 at *Florida Atlantic 10/17/98 Bethune-Cookman W 10/20/98 Elon W 10/21/98 at North Carolina State W 10/24/98 * Central Florida W 10/27/98 UNC Wilmington W 10/31/98 *Jacksonville W 11/4/98 at High Point W 11/6/98 at *Georgia State W 11/7/98 at *Mercer W 11/11/98 at UNC Wilmington W 11/20/98 $ Troy W 11/20/98 $ Georgia State * Atlantic Sun Match ! Western Carolina Classic # Liberty Invitational $ A-Sun Tournament

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8/30/96 ! Coastal Carolina 8/31/96 ! Appalachian State 8/31/96 ! Wake Forest 9/3/96 UNC Greensboro 9/6/96 # Furman 9/6/96 # Mercer 9/6/96 # Western Carolina 9/7/96 # Georgia Tech 9/11/96 Charlotte 9/17/96 Wofford W 9/20/96 $ James Madison 9/20/96 $ Mercer 9/21/96 $ UNC Asheville 9/21/96 $ East Carolina W 9/24/96 Liberty 9/30/96 North Carolina A&T W 10/2/96 Wake Forest 10/10/96 * College of Charleston 10/12/96 UNC Wilmington 10/12/96 * Georgia State W 10/18/96 * Mercer 10/19/96 * Georgia State 10/23/96 James Madison 10/24/96 Virginia Commonwealth 10/26/96 Coastal Carolina 10/30/96 North Carolina A&T 11/1/96 North Carolina State 11/6/96 * College of Charleston 11/8/96 Davidson W 11/19/96 East Carolina * Atlantic Sun Match ! Wake Forest Invitational # Furman Invitational $ Campbell Classic

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2003 2-25 Overall, 1-9 Atlantic Sun 8/20/03 8/29/03 8/30/03

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Sept. 1 High Point Sept. 4 # VCU Sept. 4 # NC Central Sept. 5 # at Virginia Sept. 11 * Florida Gulf Coast Sept. 12 * Stetson Sept. 18 * at Mercer Sept. 19 * at Kennesaw State Sept. 22 East Carolina Sept. 25 * at USC Upstate Sept. 26 * at ETSU Sept. 29 at NC Central Oct. 2 * Belmont Oct. 3 * Lipscomb Oct. 9 * at North Florida Oct. 10 * at Jacksonville Oct. 13 at Winston-Salem State Oct. 16 * ETSU Oct. 17 * USC Upstate Oct. 23 * Kennesaw State Oct. 24 * Mercer Oct. 30 * at Stetson Oct. 31 * at Florida Gulf Coast Nov. 6 * Jacksonville Nov. 7 * North Florida Nov. 13 * at Lipscomb Nov. 14 * at Belmont Nov. 19 $ Florida Gulf Coast * Atlantic Sun Opponent ! NC State/Hilton RTP Classic # Virginia Jefferson Cup $ A-Sun Tournament (Ft. Myers, Fla.)

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2009 17-15 Overall, 10-10 Atlantic Sun Aug. 28 Aug. 28 Aug. 29 Aug. 29

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL INDIVIDUAL MATCH HIGHS Three Games: Kills: 1. 24................................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. Samford (11/20/97) 2. 23........................................................................ Norma Bense vs. Baptist (11/11/89) 3. 22...................................................................... Jennie Heires vs. Mt. Olive (10/15/90) 22........................................................... Tabitha Turner at Savannah State (10/13/04) 22........................................................... Tabitha Turner at Florida Atlantic (10/15/05) 22................................................................. Taylor Deering vs. Norfolk State (9/8/07) 6. 20................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. College of Charleston (10/29/97) 20........................................................................ Femi Alabi at High Point (10/31/06) 8. 19...................................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. Wofford (10/7/95) 19............................................................ Jordan Reaves vs. UNC Wilmington (9/6/11) 10. 18............................................................. Kristine Rogers vs. UNC Charlotte (10/1/97) 18........................................................ Alissa Brackeen vs. Savannah State (11/12/05) 18...........................................................................Brooke Kelley vs. Liberty (11/3/12) Assists: 1. 55........................................................ Pam Hughes vs. North Carolina A&T (9/22/00) 2. 53....................................................... Briana Sandburg vs. UNC Greensboro (9/19/97) 3. 47............................................................ Pam Hughes at UNC Wilmington (10/10/00) 4. 46......................................................................... Pam Hughes vs. Stetson (10/28/00) 5. 45............................................................................ Sarah Dillon vs. Mercer (10/2/04) 6. 43....................................................................... Briana Sandburg vs. Elon (10/20/98) 7. 42................................................................................ Pam Hughes vs. Troy (10/7/00) 42.......................................................................... Pam Hughes at Stetson (10/16/00) 9. 40..................................................... Amanda Pfeifer at South Carolina State (9/1/01) 40...................................................................... Sarah Dillon at High Point (10/31/06) Digs: 1. 33............................................................. Lynn Mazza vs. Coastal Carolina (11/13/92) 2. 27................................................................ Melissa Harvey vs. Norfolk State (9/8/07) 3. 26................................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. Samford (11/20/97) 4. 25............................................................... Crystal Brim at UNC Greensboro (10/3/00) 5. 24.......................................................... Brooke Sandburg vs. Georgia State (11/6/98) 24............................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. Georgia State (10/19/96) 7. 23........................................................ Abby Jenkins vs. North Carolina A&T (9/22/00) 23...................................................................... Brooke Sandburg vs. Elon (10/20/98) 9. 21.............................................. Kelsey Campbell vs. Charleston Southern (11/11/11) 10. 20................................................................ Elisabeth Ennis vs. USC Upstate (10/9/08) 20............................................... Mallorie Cubillow vs. Charleston Southern (9/28/12)

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Four Games: Kills: 1. 30.............................................................. Jennie Heires at Coastal Carolina (11/7/89) 2. 28............................................................ Norma Bense vs. Coastal Carolina (11/7/89) 3. 27....................................................... Tabitha Turner at North Carolina A&T (9/18/04) 27................................................................. Kara Lewis at UNC Greensboro (10/3/00) 5. 26...................................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. Liberty (10/11/95) 6. 25................................................. Rachel Templin at Charleston Southern (10/26/05) 7. 24........................................................ Rachel Templin vs. UNC Wilmington (11/2/04) 8. 23...................................................................... Rachel Templin at Stetson (10/14/05) 23.................................................................. Kara Lewis vs. Texas Southern (9/13/02) 23................................................... Tabitha Turner at Charleston Southern (10/26/05) 23........................................................ Emily Werner at North Carolina A&T (11/7/07) Assists: 1. 65................................................................. Pam Hughes vs. Georgia State (11/3/00) 2. 64.................................................................... Pam Hughes vs. High Point (10/26/99) 3. 63............................................................................... Pam Hughes at Elon (10/26/99) 4. 62..................................................................... Pam Hughes at High Point (10/10/00) 5. 59................................................................. Amanda Pfeifer vs. High Point (9/14/01) 6. 58......................................................... Pam Hughes vs. Jacksonville State (10/22/99) 7. 54....................................................... Sarah Dillon vs. Charleston Southern (8/26/06) 8. 53........................................................... Alissa Brackeen vs. Gardner-Webb (10/1/02) 53.............................................................. Pam Hughes at UNC Greensboro (10/3/00) 10. 51...................................................... Tawnee Hensel at North Carolina A&T (9/18/04) 51............................................................. Sarah Dillon vs. UNC Wilmington (11/7/06) 51.............................................................. Hope Leatigaga at USC Upstate (11/15/08) Digs: 1. 37.................................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. Davidson (11/8/96) 2. 34...................................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. Mercer (10/18/96) 3. 33.......................................................................... Lynn Mazza vs. Catawba (9/19/92) 4. 31.................................................... Crystal Sieber at Charleston Southern (10/26/05) 5. 29................................................................. Brooke Sandburg vs. Stetson (10/15/98) 6. 28................................................... Melissa Harvey vs. Charleston Southern (8/26/06) 7. 27............................................................... Crystal Sieber vs. UNC Asheville (9/10/04) 27.................................................................. Briana Sandburg vs. Stetson (10/15/98) 27............................................................... Lauren Garza vs. Coastal Carolina (9/7/10) 10. 26................................................................ Melissa Harvey vs. NC Central (10/10/06) 26.............................................................. Melissa Harvey vs. North Florida (10/6/07) Five Games: Kills: 1. 35......................................................... Yolanda White vs. Coastal Carolina (10/10/92) 2. 32.................................................. Jennie Heires vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 3. 31............................................................ Lynne Mazza vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 4. 30....................................................................... Jennie Heires vs. Davidson (9/25/90) 30................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. College of Charleston (10/11/97) 6. 29................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. College of Charleston (10/24/95) 29....................................................................... Tabitha Turner at Stetson (10/16/04) 8. 28............................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. Georgia State (10/20/95) 28........................................................................... Kara Lewis at Samford (10/14/00) 10. 27......................................................... Tabitha Turner vs. UNC Greensboro (10/19/04)

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Assists: 1. 75.............................................. Beverly Shepard vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 2. 70 .................................................................. Pam Hughes at USC Upstate (10/30/99) 3. 69............................................................ Sarah Dillon vs. UNC Greensboro (10/19/04) 4. 69....................................................................... Pam Hughes vs. Samford (10/23/99) 5. 68............................................................. Jenny Bueno vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 6. 67..................................................... Amanda Pfeifer at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 67.............................................................. Pam Hughes vs. Coastal Carolina (9/29/99) 8. 64................................................................... Amanda Pfeifer vs. Winthrop (9/14/01) 64....................................................................... Sarah Dillon at Lipscomb (10/30/04) 10. 62.........................................................................Pam Hughes at Samford (10/14/00) Digs: 1. 43................................................................... Melissa Harvey at Lipscomb (10/13/06) 2. 39......................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 3. 38...................................................... Melissa Harvey at North Carolina A&T (11/9/06) 4. 37.............................................................................. Sarah Hill vs. Mercer (10/24/09) 5. 35................................................................. Abby Jenkins at Florida Atlantic (9/8/00) 6. 34............................................................ Jenny Bueno vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 7. 31................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. College of Charleston (10/11/97) 8. 30.......................................................................... Jenny Bueno vs. Davidson (9/9/95) 30.............................................................. Alissa Brackeen at Jacksonville (10/15/04) 30................................................................ Abby Jenkins vs. Robert Morris (9/16/00)

9........................................................................ Caitlin Bendy at Lipscomb (10/16/10) 9.....................................................................Lindsey Coats at East Carolina (8/24/12) 10. 8............................................... Brittany Rusin vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi (9/10/05) 8....................................................................... Femi Alabi vs. North Florida (10/6/07) 8............................................................................ Katie Stallings vs. ETSU (10/11/08) 8................................................................... Caitlin Bendy vs. North Florida (11/7/09) 8....................................................................... Caitlin Bendy vs. NC Central (9/21/10) 8............................................................. Kelsey Marek vs. UMES (9/24/11) Total Blocks 1. 16.................................................. Jennie Heires vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 2. 13...................................................................... Norma Bense at Methodist (9/12/89) 3. 12.......................................................................... Jennie Heires vs. Xavier (10/12/90) 12.......................................................... Caitlin Bendy vs. Florida Gulf Coast (10/8/10) 5. 11....................................................................... Jennie Heires at Mt. Olive (10/10/90) 11.................................................... Cindy Oppenheimer vs. Georgia State (11/20/98) 11.................................................................... Kara Lewis at East Carolina (10/29/02) 11................................................................... Rachel Templin at Lipscomb (10/13/06) 11........................................................................... Rachel Templin vs. ETSU (9/30/06) 11............................................................................ Ashley Weers vs. ETSU (10/11/08) 11................................................................. Caitlin Bendy vs. North Florida (11/7/09)

Overall: Kills 1. 35......................................................... Yolanda White vs. Coastal Carolina (10/10/92) 2. 32.................................................. Jennie Heires vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 3. 31............................................................ Lynne Mazza vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 4. 30.............................................................. Jennie Heires at Coastal Carolina (11/7/89) 30................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. College of Charleston (10/11/97) 30....................................................................... Jennie Heires vs. Davidson (9/25/90) 7. 29................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. College of Charleston (10/24/95) 29....................................................................... Tabitha Turner at Stetson (10/16/04) 9. 28............................................................ Norma Bense vs. Coastal Carolina (11/7/89) 28............................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. Georgia State (10/20/95) 28........................................................................... Kara Lewis at Samford (10/14/00) Attack % (min. 10 att). 1. .800...................................................................... Yolanda White vs. Shaw (10/25/91) 2. .733............................................ Rachel Templin vs. Winston-Salem State (10/17/06) 3. .714.................................................... Femi Alabi vs. Winston-Salem State (10/17/06) .714........................................................ Norma Bense vs. Pembroke State (10/12/89) .714.................................................................. Yolanda White at Methodist (9/24/91) 6. .700................................................. Emily Werner vs. Winston-Salem State (8/28/07) 7. .692.................................................................. Norma Bense vs. Mt. Olive (10/15/90) 8. .688.................................................. Kelsey Marek vs. Hampton (8/27/11) 9. .684............................................. Wyndy Van Hoy vs. Charleston Southern (10/18/91) Assists 1. 75.............................................. Beverly Shepard vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 2. 70................................................................... Pam Hughes at USC Upstate (10/30/99) 3. 69............................................................ Sarah Dillon vs. UNC Greensboro (10/19/04) 69....................................................................... Pam Hughes vs. Samford (10/23/99) 5. 68........................................................................ Amanda Pfeifer at Mercer (11/9/01) 68............................................................. Jenny Bueno vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 7. 67..................................................... Amanda Pfeifer at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 67............................................................ Pam Hughes vs. Coastal Carolina (10/18/91) 9. 65................................................................. Pam Hughes vs. Georgia State (11/3/00) 10. 64....................................................................Amanda Pfeifer vs. Winthrop (9/14/01) 64....................................................................... Sarah Dillon at Lipscomb (10/30/04) 64.................................................................... Pam Hughes vs. High Point (10/26/99) Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

43................................................................... Melissa Harvey at Lipscomb (10/13/06) 39......................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 38...................................................... Melissa Harvey at North Carolina A&T (11/9/06) 37.................................................................... Kristine Rogers vs. Davidson (11/8/96) 37................................................................................ Sarah Hill vs. Mercer (1024/09) 34............................................................. Jenny Bueno vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 34....................................................................... Kristine Rogers at Mercer (10/18/96) 33........................................................................ Lynne Mazza vs. Catawba (9/19/92) 33............................................................ Lynne Mazza at Coastal Carolina (11/13/92) 31.................................................... Crystal Sieber at Charleston Southern (10/26/05) 31................................................ Kristine Rogers vs. College of Charleston (10/11/97)

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Block Solos 1. 11...................................................................... Norma Bense at Methodist (9/12/89) 2. 9.................................................... Jennie Heires vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 3. 8..................................................................... Rachel Templin at Lipscomb (10/13/06) 4. 6................................................................................................................... 5 tied at 6 Block Assists 1. 12.......................................................... Caitlin Bendy vs. Florida Gulf Coast (10/8/10) 2. 10....................................................................... Jennie Heires at Mt. Olive (10/10/90) 10........................................................................... Rachel Templin vs. ETSU (9/30/06) 10................................................................ Caitlin Bendy vs. Morgan State (8/28/09) 5. 9............................................. Rachel Templin vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi (9/10/05) 9.................................................... Jennie Heires vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 9.............................................................................. Ashley Weers vs. ETSU (10/11/08) 9............................................................................. Caitlin Bendy at Stetson (9/12/08)

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Gore Arena Records Team Overall Kills........................................................................................................80 Mercer (10/24/09) Attack Errors.............................................................................................. 39 ETSU (10/16/09) Attack Attempts...................................................................................253 Mercer (10/24/09) Hitting Pct...................................................................... .392 vs. Stetson, 48-8-102 (9/12/09) Assists...............................................................................................73 vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Service Aces................................................................................................11 FGCU (9/11/09) Service Errors........................................................................................ 19 N.C. A&T (9/22/12) Return Errors.................................................................................... 19 vs. N.C. A&T (9/22/12) Digs......................................................................................................128 Mercer (10/24/09) Block Solos........................................................................................7 vs. Lipscomb (10/3/09) Block Assists...........................................................................................30 vs. FGCU (10/8/10) Total Blocks........................................................................... 16.0 vs. Presbyterian (10/15/11) Ball Handling Errors....................................................................4, 4x , High Point (10/17/12) Points..................................................................................................92.0 Mercer (10/24/09) Campbell Kills...................................................................................................78 vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Attack Errors............................................................................. 35 vs. Presbyterian (10/15/11) Attack Attempts..............................................................................247 vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Hitting Pct...................................................................... .392 vs. Stetson, 48-8-102 (9/12/09) Assists...............................................................................................73 vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Service Aces................................................................. 10, 3x, mr vs. Presbyterian (10/15/11) Service Errors.....................................................................................12, vs. Coastal (9/29/12) Return Errors................................................................................... 19, vs. N.C. A&T (9/22/12) Digs.................................................................................................123 vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Block Solos........................................................................................7 vs. Lipscomb (10/3/09) Block Assists...........................................................................................30 vs. FGCU (10/8/10) Total Blocks.............................................................................15.0, 2x, mr vs. FGCU (10/8/10) Ball Handling Errors............................................................................4 vs. Mercer (10/30/10) Points.............................................................................................86.0 vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Individual Overall Kills............................................................................23, Kaley Read, North Florida (10/4/08) Attack Attempts.............................................................70 Rachel Urbelis, Mercer (10/24/09) Hitting Pct. (min. 10 atts.).................................................................................. .636, 14-0-22 ...............................................................................................Ashley Weers vs. UNF (11/7/09) Assists..........................................................57, 2x, mr Ashtin Frank, Presbyterian (10/15/11) SA...................................................6 Heather Wilson vs. Presbyterian (10/15/11) Digs..........................................................................40 Shelly Walroth, Jacksonville (11/6/09) Blocks (BS-BA).................................................................12 Caitlin Bendy vs. FGCU (10/8/10) Points.........................................................................31.5, Rachel Urbelis, Mercer (10/24/09) Campbell Kills............................................................................. 22 Ashley Weers vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Attack Attempts....................................................................63 Allyson Goldbach vs. Mercer (10/30/10) Hitting Pct. (min. 10 atts.).................................................................................. .636, 14-0-22 ...............................................................................................Ashley Weers vs. UNF (11/7/09) Assists.............................................. 46 Heather Wilson vs. High Point (10/18/11) SA.............................................................................. 6-2x, Sam Zuber vs. N.C. A&T (9/22/12) Digs................................................................................... 37 Sarah Hill vs. Mercer (10/24/09) Blocks (BS-BA).................................................................12 Caitlin Bendy vs. FGCU (10/8/10) Points...................................................................... 24.5, Ashley Weers vs. Mercer (10/24/09)


CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL TEAM RECORD BOOK 9. .392.............................................................................................. vs. Stetson (9/12/09) 10. .342........................................................................ at Winston-Salem State (10/13/09)

Three Games: Kills: 1. 59................................................................................ at North Carolina A&T (9/22/00) 2. 56................................................................................... vs. Savannah State (11/12/05) 3. 54..................................................................................... at UNC Greensboro (10/7/98) 54.................................................................................................. vs. Mercer (10/2/04) 5. 53.................................................................................... at UNC Wilmington (10/6/00) 6. 52........................................................................................ at UNC Asheville (9/22/00) 52....................................................................................................... vs. Troy (10/2/00) 52............................................................................................... vs. Stetson (10/28/00) 9. 51.................................................................................... at Savannah State (10/13/04) 10. 50.................................................................................. at UNC Wilmington (11/12/99) 50................................................................................................ at Stetson (10/16/99) 50..................................................................................... vs. Savannah State (8/26/06) 50.......................................................................................... vs. Norfolk State (9/8/07) Assists: 1. 57............................................................................... vs. North Carolina A&T (9/22/00) 2. 53................................................................................... vs. Savannah State (11/12/05) 3. 52.................................................................................................. vs. Mercer (10/2/04) 4. 51.................................................................................... at Savannah State (10/13/04) 5. 49.................................................................................... at UNC Wilmington (10/6/00) 49...................................................................................... at Savannah State (8/26/06) 7. 47........................................................................................ at UNC Asheville (9/22/00) 8. 46............................................................................................... vs. Stetson (10/28/00) 46....................................................................................................... vs. Troy (10/7/00) 46................................................................................................ at Stetson (10/16/99) Digs: 1. 138................................................................................ vs. Coastal Carolina (11/13/92) 2. 109....................................................................................... at Georgia State (11/6/98) 3. 86.................................................................................... at UNC Wilmington (10/6/00) 4. 83.............................................................................................. vs. American (9/18/99) 5. 80.................................................................................................... vs. Elon (10/20/98) 6. 78.................................................................................... vs. Coastal Carolina (10/1/93) 7. 77..................................................................................... at UNC Greensboro (10/7/98) 8. 75................................................................................................ at Stetson (10/16/99) 9. 74.................................................................................................. vs. Mercer (9/15/01) 10. 72............................................................................... vs. North Carolina A&T (9/22/00) Four Games: Kills: 1. 81........................................................................................ vs. Georgia State (11/3/00) 2. 77............................................................................................... vs. Stetson (10/18/94) 3. 75............................................................................................... vs. Davidson (11/8/96) 4. 74............................................................................................ at High Point (10/10/00) 5. 73..................................................................................................... at Elon (10/26/99) 6. 71............................................................................................. vs. High Point (9/14/01) 71............................................................................................. vs. High Point (11/3/99) 8. 69................................................................................ vs. Jacksonville State (10/22/99) 9. 66............................................................................................. vs. High Point (9/23/03) 66............................................................................. vs. Charleston Southern (8/26/06)

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Digs: 1. 129..................................................................... vs. Virginia Commonwealth (9/19/92) 2. 122............................................................................................. vs. Carawba (9/19/92) 3. 121............................................................................................. vs. Stetson (10/18/94) 4. 117............................................................................................. vs. Stetson (10/15/98) 5. 113............................................................................... vs. UNC Wilmington (10/27/93) 6. 111................................................................................. vs. UNC Wilmington (11/1/94) 7. 101............................................................................................. vs. Davidson (11/8/96) 8. 95................................................................................... at UNC Greensboro (10/14/00) 95................................................................................... vs. Florida Atlantic (10/13/94) 10. 93........................................................................................ vs. North Florida (10/6/07) 93............................................................................................. vs. Winthrop (10/13/12) Five Games: Kills: 1. 91.......................................................................... vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 2. 81........................................................................................ vs. Robert Morris (9/16/00) 81......................................................................................... vs. East Carolina (11/9/94) 81................................................................................ at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 81............................................................................................... at Samford (10/14/00) 6. 80......................................................................................... at USC Upstate (10/30/99) 7. 79.............................................................................................. vs. Samford (10/23/99) 8. 78................................................................................................ vs. Mercer (10/24/09) 9. 77.................................................................................... vs. Coastal Carolina (9/29/99) 10. 76.............................................................................................. vs. Winthrop (9/14/01) Assists: 1. 81.......................................................................... vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 2. 80......................................................................................... at USC Upstate (10/30/99) 3. 77................................................................................ at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 4. 74........................................................................................ vs. Robert Morris (9/16/00) 5. 73.................................................................................. vs. UNC Greensboro (10/19/04) 73................................................................................................ vs. Mercer (10/24/09) 7. 72.................................................................................... vs. Coastal Carolina (9/29/99) 72.............................................................................................. vs. Samford (10/23/99) 72.............................................................................................. vs. Winthrop (9/14/01) 10. 71............................................................................................. at Lipscomb (10/13/06) Digs: 1. 144.................................................................................. vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 2. 127............................................................................................... vs. Wofford (11/9/95) 3. 126............................................................................................... vs. Davidson (9/1/95) 4. 123............................................................................................. vs. Mercer (10/24//09) 5. 122..................................................................................... vs. East Carolina (10/16/90) 6. 118.............................................................................. at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 7. 118......................................................................................... at USC Upstate (9/10/99) 8. 113.................................................................................... vs. Georgia State (11/20/98) 9. 112............................................................................................ vs. Winthrop (9/14/01) 10. 109........................................................................................... at Lipscomb (10/13/06) Overall: Kills 1. 91.......................................................................... vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 2. 82................................................................................................... at Mercer (11/9/01) 3. 81........................................................................................ vs. Robert Morris (9/16/00) 81......................................................................................... vs. East Carolina (11/9/94) 81................................................................................ at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 81............................................................................................... at Samford (10/14/00) 81........................................................................................ vs. Georgia State (11/3/00) 8. 80......................................................................................... at USC Upstate (10/30/99) 9. 79.............................................................................................. vs. Samford (10/23/99) 10. 78................................................................................................ vs. Mercer (10/24/09)

Digs 1. 144.................................................................................. vs. UNC Greensboro (9/30/94) 2. 138................................................................................. at Coastal Carolina (11/13/92) 3. 130.............................................................................................. at Davidson (11/5/97) 4. 127................................................................................................ at Wofford (11/9/95) 5. 123.............................................................................................. vs. Mercer (10/24/09) 6. 122..................................................................................... vs. East Carolina (10/16/90) 122............................................................................................. vs. Catawba (9/19/92) 8. 121............................................................................................. vs. Stetson (10/18/94) 9. 118.............................................................................. at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 118......................................................................................... at USC Upstate (9/10/99) Aces 1. 24....................................................................................... vs. Savannah State (9/4/04) 2. 23........................................................................................... vs. NC Central (10/16/07) 3. 21............................................................................................... vs. Catawba (9/19/92) 4. 20................................................................................................... vs. Loyola (8/24/07) 5. 18............................................................................................... vs. Mt. Olive (10/5/91) 18............................................................................................... vs. Mt. Olive (10/3/92) 18...................................................................................... at James Madison (9/24/93) 18..................................................................................... at UNC Pembroke (10/16/98) 9. 17.................................................................................... at Savannah State (10/26/06) 17.......................................................................... vs. Winston-Salem State (10/17/06) 17...................................................................................................... at UNCW (9/9/07) Block Solos 1. 32................................................................................................. vs. Davidson (9/5/92) 2. 15.............................................................................................. at Methodist (9/12/89) 3. 14............................................................................................. at Lipscomb (10/13/06) 4. 13................................................................................................. vs. Queens (9/15/90) 13.......................................................................... vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 13................................................................................................ at Winthrop (9/29/89) 13....................................................................................................... at Elon (9/19/00) Block Assists 1. 32...........................................................................................at East Carolina (8/24/12) 2. 30.................................................................................. vs. Florida Gulf Coast (10/8/10) 3. 28................................................................................................. vs. Stetson (10/7/06) 4. 25............................................................................................. at Lipscomb (10/16/10) 5. 24..................................................................................................... vs. ETSU (9/30/06) 24........................................................................................... vs. NC Central (10/10/06) 24.......................................................................................... at Jacksonville (10/27/06) 24...................................................................... vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi (9/10/05) 24.................................................................................................. vs. Barton (9/30/05) 24.............................................................................................. at Mt. Olive (10/10/90) 24.................................................................................................... at ETSU (10/20/07)

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Assists: 1. 69............................................................................................. vs. High Point (11/3/99) 2. 68........................................................................................ vs. Georgia State (11/3/00) 3. 67............................................................................................... vs. Davidson (11/8/96) 4. 66............................................................................................. vs. High Point (9/14/01) 5. 65..................................................................................................... at Elon (10/26/99) 65............................................................................................ at High Point (10/10/00) 7. 64................................................................................ vs. Jacksonville State (10/22/99) 8. 62............................................................................. vs. Charleston Southern (8/26/06) 9. 61..................................................................................... at UNC Greensboro (10/3/00) 10. 60................................................................................. vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/16/06)

Assists 1. 81 ..........................................................................vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 2. 80......................................................................................... at USC Upstate (10/30/99) 3. 77................................................................................ at North Carolina A&T (9/15/01) 4. 74........................................................................................ vs. Robert Morris (9/16/00) 5. 73.................................................................................. vs. UNC Greensboro (10/19/04) 73................................................................................................... at Mercer (11/9/01) 73................................................................................................ vs. Mercer (10/24/09) 8. 72.................................................................................... vs. Coastal Carolina (9/29/99) 72.............................................................................................. vs. Samford (10/23/99) 72.............................................................................................. vs. Winthrop (9/14/01)

Total Blocks 1. 37.0.............................................................................................. vs. Davidson (9/5/92) 2. 21.5..................................................................................................... at Elon (9/19/00) 3. 21.0............................................................................................at Methodist (9/12/89) 4. 21.0........................................................................vs. College of Charleston (10/23/90) 5. 20.0.......................................................................................... at Lipscomb (10/13/06) 6. 19.5............................................................................................at Methodist (9/24/91) 7. 17.0........................................................................................at East Carolina (8/24/12) 8. 15.0..................................................................................... vs. North Florida (11/7/09) 15.0............................................................................... vs. Florida Gulf Coast (10/8/10) 10. 13.0........................................................................................... vs. Lipscomb (10/3/09) 13.0................................................................................................. vs. UMES (9/24/11) 13.0.................................................................................... vs. Presbyterian (10/15/11)

Attack % 1. .561..................................................................................vs. UNC Pembroke (10/12/98) 2. .493....................................................................... vs. Winston-Salem State (10/17/06) 3. .435.....................................................................................vs. Savannah State (9/4/04) 4. .430...........................................................................................vs. Mt. Olive (10/15/90) 5. .413........................................................................................... vs. Bucknell (10/10/94) 6. .407..................................................................................at Savannah State (10/13/04) 7. .407....................................................................................vs. Georgia State (10/12/96) 8. .400......................................................................... vs. Winston-Salem State (8/28/07)

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS 6. Brittany Rusin.....................................................................................................88 (2005) Total blocks 1. Cindy Oppenheimer..........................................................................................168 (1997) 2. Jennie Heires.....................................................................................................143 (1990) 3. Rachel Templin..................................................................................................131 (2005) 4. Caitlin Bendy.....................................................................................................128 (2009) 5. Rachel Templin..................................................................................................126 (2006) 6. Kara Lewis.........................................................................................................123 (2000)

Kristine Rogers (1994-97) Individual Kills 1. Kristine Rogers .................................................................................................549 (1995) 2. Kristine Rogers..................................................................................................523 (1997) 3. Yolanda White...................................................................................................516 (1992) 4. Jennie Heires.....................................................................................................498 (1990) 5. Jennie Heires.....................................................................................................467 (1989) Kills Average 1. Jennie Heires....................................................................................................4.36 (1989) 2. Kristine Rogers.................................................................................................4.32 (1995) 3. Jennie Heires....................................................................................................4.22 (1990) 4. Kristine Rogers.................................................................................................4.12 (1997) 5. Kara Lewis........................................................................................................4.11 (2001) Attack attempts 1. Kristine Rogers................................................................................................1453 (1995) 2. Kristine Rogers................................................................................................1431 (1997) 3. Yolanda White.................................................................................................1329 (1992) 4. Kara Lewis.......................................................................................................1197 (2000) 5. Jennie Heires...................................................................................................1178 (1990) Attack pct. 1. Ashley Weers.....................................................................................................368 (2009) 2. Rachel Templin..................................................................................................345 (2006) 3. Femi Alabi.........................................................................................................328 (2006) 4. Kara Lewis.........................................................................................................294 (2001) Femi Alabi.......................................................................................................294 (2007) 6. Tinsley Gordon...................................................................................................285 (2000)

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Assists 1. Briana Sandburg.............................................................................................1245 (1997) 2. Pam Hughes....................................................................................................1243 (2000) 3. Briana Sandburg.............................................................................................1241 (1998) 4. Jenny Bueno....................................................................................................1190 (1995) 5. Amanda Pfeifer...............................................................................................1171 (2001) Assists Avg. 1. Amanda Pfeifer..............................................................................................11.26 (2001) 2. Jenny Bueno...................................................................................................10.84 (1994) 3. Pam Hughes...................................................................................................10.72 (2000) 4. Briana Sandburg............................................................................................10.34 (1998) 5. Pam Hughes...................................................................................................10.28 (1999) Service aces 1. Lynne Mazza.......................................................................................................88 (1992) 2. Lynne Mazza.......................................................................................................84 (1991) 3. Lynne Mazza.......................................................................................................82 (1994) 4. Ashley Weers.......................................................................................................67 (2006) 5. Tinsley Gordon.....................................................................................................64 (1998)

Points 1. Jennie Heires..................................................................................................652.5 (1990) 2. Kristine Rogers...............................................................................................620.5 (1995) 3. Kristine Rogers...............................................................................................611.5 (1997) 4. Yolanda White................................................................................................609.0 (1992) 5. Jennie Heires..................................................................................................593.0 (1989) Team Kills 1. 1997........................................................................................................................... 1816 2. 2000........................................................................................................................... 1721 3. 1998........................................................................................................................... 1553 4. 1995........................................................................................................................... 1524 5. 2001........................................................................................................................... 1519 Attack Percentage 1. 2004........................................................................................................................... 2. 1989........................................................................................................................... 3. 2001........................................................................................................................... 3. 1994........................................................................................................................... 5. 1995........................................................................................................................... Kill Average 1. 2001......................................................................................................................... 2. 2000......................................................................................................................... 3. 1994......................................................................................................................... 4. 2006......................................................................................................................... 5. 2004.........................................................................................................................

14.61 13.99 13.43 13.11 13.01

Assists 1. 1997........................................................................................................................... 1514 2. 2000........................................................................................................................... 1473 3. 2001........................................................................................................................... 1359 4. 1995........................................................................................................................... 1354 5. 1998........................................................................................................................... 1345 Assists Average 1. 2001.......................................................................................................................... 13.07 2. 2006.......................................................................................................................... 12.02 3. 2000.......................................................................................................................... 11.98 4. 2004.......................................................................................................................... 11.92 5. 1994.......................................................................................................................... 11.80 Aces 1. 1993............................................................................................................................. 289 2. 1991............................................................................................................................. 288 3. 1994............................................................................................................................. 285 4. 2007............................................................................................................................. 264 5. 2006............................................................................................................................. 260 Aces Average 1. 1994............................................................................................................................ 2.69

2. 1991............................................................................................................................ 2.64 3. 1993............................................................................................................................ 2.54 4. 2007............................................................................................................................ 2.42 5. 2006............................................................................................................................ 2.34 Digs 1. 1992........................................................................................................................... 2141 2. 2998........................................................................................................................... 2116 3. 1997........................................................................................................................... 2046 4. 2000........................................................................................................................... 2008 5. 1995........................................................................................................................... 1933 Digs Average 1. 1998.......................................................................................................................... 17.63 2. 2001.......................................................................................................................... 17.33 3. 1994.......................................................................................................................... 17.15 4. 2000.......................................................................................................................... 16.33 5. 2009.......................................................................................................................... 15.50 6. 2010.......................................................................................................................... 15.40 7. 1992.......................................................................................................................... 15.29 Block Solos 1. 1989............................................................................................................................. 173 2. 1992............................................................................................................................. 166 3. 1990............................................................................................................................. 152 4. 1997............................................................................................................................. 130 5. 1991............................................................................................................................. 104 Block Assists 1. 1997............................................................................................................................. 428 2. 2005............................................................................................................................. 401 3. 2009............................................................................................................................. 399 4. 2006............................................................................................................................. 386 5. 2011............................................................................................................................. 373 6. 2010............................................................................................................................. 341 7. 2008............................................................................................................................. 336 8. 2012............................................................................................................................. 333 9. 2007............................................................................................................................. 298 10. 2001........................................................................................................................... 280 Total Blocks 1. 1990.......................................................................................................................... 387.0 2. 1997.......................................................................................................................... 344.0 3. 2006.......................................................................................................................... 274.0 4. 1989.......................................................................................................................... 273.0 5. 2009.......................................................................................................................... 265.5 6. 2005.......................................................................................................................... 260.5 Blocks Average 1. 1990............................................................................................................................ 3.28 2. 1989............................................................................................................................ 2.61 3. 2006............................................................................................................................ 2.47 4. 1997............................................................................................................................ 2.42 5. 2005............................................................................................................................ 2.31

Digs 1. Melissa Harvey..................................................................................................539 (2006) 2. Kristine Rogers..................................................................................................509 (1997) 3. Melissa Harvey..................................................................................................481 (2007) 4. Abby Jenkins.....................................................................................................458 (2000) 5. Lynne Mazza.....................................................................................................448 (1992)

Miscellaneous Most Wins:....................................................................................................... 32 (1997) Most Consecutive Wins:.................................................................................... 16 (1997) Most Home Wins:............................................................................................. 12 (1997) Most Road Wins:.............................................................................................. 20 (1997) Highest Winning %:...................................................................................... .821 (1997) Most Losses:..................................................................................................... 33 (1992) Most Consecutive Losses:................................................................................. 25 (1987) Most Home Losses:.............................................................. 10 (1986, 1992, 1996, 2005) Most Road Losses:............................................................................................ 23 (1992) Attendance: Overall: .....................................4010 vs. Villanova – at Carolina Classic (8/27/10), L 0-3; ....................................................................1902 at North Carolina State (9/2/05), L 0-3 Home:..................................................................... 915 vs. Georgia St. (10/3/97), L, 1-3 Away:.......................................................... 1902 at North Carolina State (9/2/05), L 0-3

Digs Avg. 1. Melissa Harvey.................................................................................................4.86 (2006) 2. Kristine Rogers.................................................................................................4.74 (1996) 3. Melissa Harvey.................................................................................................4.41 (2007) 4. Kristine Rogers.................................................................................................4.01 (1997) 5. Crystal Brim......................................................................................................3.98 (2001) Block solos 1. Jennie Heires.......................................................................................................79 (1990) 2. Jennie Heires.......................................................................................................61 (1989) 3. Robin Marshall....................................................................................................56 (1992) 4. Norma Bense.......................................................................................................50 (1989) 5. Kara Lewis ..........................................................................................................47 (2000) Cindy Oppenheimer..............................................................................................47 (1997) Block assists 1. Cindy Oppenheimer..........................................................................................121 (1997) 2. Caitlin Bendy.....................................................................................................106 (2009) 3. Rachel Templin .................................................................................................105 (2005) 4. Rachel Templin....................................................................................................95 (2006) 5. Femi Alabi ..........................................................................................................93 (2006)

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 10. Tawnee Hensel (2003-04)........................................................................................... 779 11. Katie Huffman (1996).............................................................................................. 773 12. Jessica Gleba (2005-06)............................................................................................. 751

Assist Per Game (Min. 120 games) 1. Pam Hughes (1999-00)............................................................................................ 10.51 2. Amanda Pfeifer (2000-01)....................................................................................... 10.24 3. Briana Sandburg (1997-98)....................................................................................... 9.83 4. Jenny Bueno (1992-95)............................................................................................. 9.13 5. Bev Shepard (1989-90).............................................................................................. 8.55 6. Sarah Dillon (2003-06).............................................................................................. 7.86 7. Heather Wilson (2010-pr.)................................................................................ 6.88 8. Hope Leatigaga (2008-10)...................................................................................... 6.73 9. Jessica Gleba (2005-06).......................................................................................... 5.60 10. Tawnee Hensel (2003-04)....................................................................................... 4.96 11. Lynn Riggs (1990-91)............................................................................................. 2.84 12. Alissa Brackeen (2002-05)......................................................................................... 2.20 Tinsley Gordon (1998-00)

Games Played 1. Tinsley Gordon (1998-00)........................................................................................... 494 2. Jenny Bueno (1992-95).............................................................................................. 486 3. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)................................................................................... 485 4. Abby Jenkins (1998-01).............................................................................................. 452 5. Lynn Mazza (1991-94)................................................................................................ 447 6. Kristine Rogers (1994-97)........................................................................................... 445 7. Lori Waters (1993-96)................................................................................................. 437 8. Yolanda White (1991-94)............................................................................................ 425 9. Robin Marshall (1991-94)........................................................................................... 424 10. Kara Lewis (1999-02)................................................................................................. 419 Kills 1. Kristine Rogers (1994-97)......................................................................................... 1741 2. Kara Lewis (1999-02)............................................................................................... 1481 3. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)............................................................................................ 1445 4. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)................................................................................. 1377 5. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)......................................................................................... 1374 6. Yolanda White (1991-94).......................................................................................... 1325 7. Rachel Templin (2003-06)......................................................................................... 1164 8. Emily Werner (2007-10)........................................................................................... 1137 9. Tabitha Turner (2003-06)....................................................................................... 1081 10. Lynne Mazza (1991-94)............................................................................................ 1075 11. Lori Waters (1993-96)................................................................................................. 969

Attack Attempts 1. Kristine Rogers (1994-97).......................................................................4700 (1741-718) 2. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)..........................................................................4009 (1445-581) 3. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00).......................................................................3822 (1374-465) 4. Kara Lewis (1999-02).............................................................................3730 (1481-494) 5. Emily Werner (2007-10).........................................................................3668 (1137-561) 6. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)...............................................................3509 (1377-537) 7. Yolanda White (1991-94)........................................................................3311 (1325-643) 8. Lynne Mazza (1991-94)..........................................................................3274 (1075-695) 9. Rachel Templin (2003-06).......................................................................2957 (1164-330) 10. Tabitha Turner (2003-06).....................................................................2893 (1081-555) 11. Lori Waters (1993-96)............................................................................2851 (969-427) Attack Percentage (min. 1000 attempts) 1. Femi Alabi (2005-07)........................................................................306 (1531 attempts) 2. Rachel Templin (2003-06)................................................................................282 (2957) 3. Kara Lewis (1999-02)......................................................................................265 (2847) 4. Jennie Heires (1989-90)...............................................................................256 (2224) 5. Caitlin Bendy (2007-10)..................................................................................251 (1514) 6. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)........................................................................239 (3509) 7. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)................................................................................238 (3822) 8. Norma Bense (1989-90)..................................................................................230 (1689) 9. Kristine Rogers (1994-97)................................................................................218 (4700) 10. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)..................................................................................216 (4009) Ashley Weers (2006-09)...............................................................................216 (2278) 12. Brittany Rusin (2003-06).................................................................................215 (1625)

Service Aces Per Game (Min. 200 games) 1. Lynne Mazza (1991-94)............................................................................................. 0.69 2. Lori Waters (1993-96)................................................................................................ 0.46 3. Jennie Heires (1989-90)............................................................................................. 0.44 4. Melissa Harvey (2006-07).......................................................................................... 0.42 5. Dawn Piner (1989-91)............................................................................................... 0.38 Brooke Sandburg (1997-98)................................................................................... 0.38 7. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00).......................................................................................... 0.35 8. Rachel Templin (2003-06)...................................................................................... 0.34 Pam Hughes (1999-00).......................................................................................... 0.34 10. Kristine Rogers (1994-97)....................................................................................... 0.33 Digs 1. Kristine Rogers (1994-97)......................................................................................... 1604 2. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)............................................................................................ 1381 3. Lynne Mazza (1991-94)............................................................................................ 1253 4. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)......................................................................................... 1194 5. Jenny Bueno (1992-95)............................................................................................ 1163 6. Crystal Brim (1999-02)............................................................................................. 1158 7. Lori Waters (1993-96)............................................................................................... 1072 8. Sarah Hill (2005-09).............................................................................................. 1071 9. Melissa Harvey (2006-07)...................................................................................... 1020 10. Alissa Brackeen (2002-05).......................................................................................... 947 11. Robin Marshall (1991-94).......................................................................................... 881 Digs Per Game (Min. 200 games) 1. Melissa Harvey (2006-07).......................................................................................... 4.64 2. Crystal Sieber (2004-05)............................................................................................ 3.66 3. Kristine Rogers (1994-97).......................................................................................... 3.60 4. Kelsey Campbell (2010-11).................................................................................... 3.50 5. Brooke Sandburg (1997-98)...................................................................................... 3.35 6. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)............................................................................................. 3.06 7. Crystal Brim (1999-02).............................................................................................. 2.95 8. Lynne Mazza (1991-94)............................................................................................. 2.80 9. Sarah Hill (2005-09)............................................................................................... 2.75 10. Briana Sandburg (1997-98)....................................................................................... 2.71 11. Sarah Peterson (1998-01)......................................................................................... 2.55 12. Allyson Goldbach (2009-10)...................................................................................... 2.54 13. Alissa Brackeen (2002-05)......................................................................................... 2.49 Block Solos 1. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)................................................................................... 146 2. Kara Lewis (1999-02)................................................................................................. 143 3. Jennie Heires (1989-90).............................................................................................. 131 4. Yolanda White (1991-94)............................................................................................ 124 5. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)........................................................................................... 106

Caitlin Bendy (2007-10) 6. Robin Marshall (1991-94)........................................................................................... 105 7. Rachel Templin (2003-06)............................................................................................. 94 8. Norma Bense (1989-90)............................................................................................... 85 9. Ashley Weers (2006-09)................................................................................................ 67 10. Femi Alabi (2005-07)................................................................................................. 61 11. Caitlin Bendy (2007-10)............................................................................................... 60 12. Moe Norville (1991-93, 95)....................................................................................... 59 Block Assists 1. Rachel Temlpin (2003-06)........................................................................................... 328 2. Caitlin Bendy (2007-10)............................................................................................. 310 3. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)................................................................................... 295 4. Brittany Rusin (2003-06)............................................................................................ 285 5. Kara Lewis (1999-02)................................................................................................. 242 6. Ashley Weers (2006-09).............................................................................................. 237 7. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)........................................................................................... 235 8. Emily Werner (2007-10)............................................................................................. 195 9. Femi Alabi (2005-07).................................................................................................. 173 10. Tabitha Turner (2003-06)......................................................................................... 172 11. Stacia Hall (1994-97)............................................................................................... 161 12. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)........................................................................................... 160 Total Blocks 1. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)................................................................................... 441 2. Rachel Templin (2003-06)........................................................................................... 422 3. Kara Lewis (1999-02)................................................................................................. 385 4. Caitlin Bendy (2007-10)............................................................................................. 370 5. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)........................................................................................... 341 6. Brittany Rusin (2003-06)............................................................................................ 329 7. Ashley Weers (2006-11).............................................................................................. 304 8. Yolanda White (1991-94)............................................................................................ 268 9. Femi Alabi (2005-07).................................................................................................. 234 10. Jennie Heires (1989-90).......................................................................................... 232 11. Emily Werner (2007-10).......................................................................................... 216 12. Robin Marshall (1991-94)....................................................................................... 214 Blocks Per Game (Min. 150 games) 1. Rachel Templin (2003-06).......................................................................................... 1.05 2. Jamie Heires (1989-90).............................................................................................. 1.03 3. Femi Alabi (2005-07)................................................................................................. 0.96 4. Caitlin Bendy (2007-10)............................................................................................ 0.94 5. Kara Lewis (1999-02)................................................................................................ 0.92 6. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)................................................................................... 0.91 7. Annie Kobeski (2010-11)............................................................................................. 0.86 8. Brittany Rusin (2003-06)............................................................................................ 0.82 9, Ashley Weers (2006-09)......................................................................................... 0.80 10. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00).......................................................................................... 0.69 11. Jordan Rasmussen (1999-01).................................................................................... 0.65 12. Tammi Batson (2001-03)........................................................................................... 0.65

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Kills Per Game (Min. 250 games) 1. Jennie Heires (1989-90)......................................................................................... 4.29 2. Kristine Rogers (1994-97).......................................................................................... 3.91 3. Kara Lewis (1999-02)................................................................................................ 3.53 4. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)............................................................................................. 3.20 5. Yolanda White (1991-94)........................................................................................... 3.12 6. Femi Alabi (2005-07).............................................................................................. 2.91 7. Rachel Templin (2003-06).......................................................................................... 2.90 8. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98)............................................................................... 2.84 9. Tabitha Turner (2003-06)........................................................................................ 2.88 10. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)....................................................................................... 2.78 11. Emily Werner (2007-10)............................................................................................ 2.73

Service Aces 1. Lynne Mazza (1991-94).............................................................................................. 308 2. Lori Waters (1993-96)................................................................................................. 200 3. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)........................................................................................... 175 4. Kristine Rogers (1994-97)........................................................................................... 148 5. Jenny Bueno (1992-95).............................................................................................. 140 6. Rachel Templin (2003-06)........................................................................................... 135 7. Crystal Brim (1999-02)............................................................................................... 121 8. Dawn Piner (1989-91)................................................................................................ 120 9. Yolanda White (1991-94)............................................................................................ 112 10. Alissa Brackeen (2002-05).......................................................................................... 106

Points 1. Kristine Rogers (1994-97)...................................................................................... 1989.0 2. Kara Lewis (1999-02)............................................................................................ 1823.0 3. Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)...................................................................................... 1772.5 4. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98).............................................................................. 1741.5 5. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)......................................................................................... 1649.0 6. Yolanda White (1991-94)....................................................................................... 1633.0 7. Rachel Templin (2003-06)...................................................................................... 1557.0 8. Emily Werner (2007-10)........................................................................................ 1356.5 9. Tabitha Turner (2003-06).................................................................................... 1250.0 10. Lori Waters (1993-96)......................................................................................... 1246.5 11. Jennie Heires (1989-90)........................................................................................ 1245.5 Points Per Game (Min. 225 games) 1. Jennie Heires (1989-90)............................................................................................. 5.54 2. Kristine Rogers (1994-97).......................................................................................... 4.47 3. Kara Lewis (1999-02)................................................................................................ 4.35 4. Rachel Templin (2003-06).......................................................................................... 3.87 5. Yolanda White (1991-94)........................................................................................... 3.84 6. Abby Jenkins (1998-01)............................................................................................. 3.65 7. Cindy Oppenheimer (1995-98).................................................................................. 3.59 Tinsley Gordon (1997-00)....................................................................................... 3.59 9. Femi Alabi (2005-07)................................................................................................. 3.53 10. Emily Werner (2007-10)............................................................................................ 3.26

Assists 1. Jenny Bueno (1992-95)............................................................................................ 4439 2. Sarah Dillion (2003-06)............................................................................................ 2611 3. Briana Sandburg (1997-98)...................................................................................... 2486 4. Pam Hughes (1999-00)............................................................................................. 2292 5. Heather Wilson (2010-pr.).................................................................. 2153 6. Bev Shepard (1989-90)............................................................................................. 1863 7. Hope Leatigaga (2008-10)..................................................................................... 1670 8. Amanda Pfeifer (2000-01)..................................................................................... 1259 9. Alissa Brackeen (2002-05)....................................................................................... 836

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Crystal Brim (1999-02)

Verizon Academic All-America Crystal Brim.......................................................................................................... 2002

Verizon Academic All-District 3 Femi Alabi............................................................................................................. 2006 Crystal Brim.................................................................................................... 2001, 02 Tinsley Gordon............................................................................................ 1999, 2000 Pam Hughes.......................................................................................................... 2000

All-Big South Conference (1985-94, 2011-pr.) First Team Andrea Canady...................................................................................................... 1987 Jennie Heries................................................................................................... 1989, 90 Jennifer Weekes.................................................................................................... 1986

Second Team Annie Kobeski....................................................................................................... 2011 Yolanda White....................................................................................................... 1993

Big South All-Tournament Jenie Heries........................................................................................................... 1989 Beverly Shepard.................................................................................................... 1989

Big South Coach of the Year Mike Hollis............................................................................................................ 1989

Big South All-Academic Kelsey Campbell.................................................................................................... 2011 Heather Wilson.......................................................................................................2012

Big South Presidential Honor Roll Norma Bense......................................................................................................... 1991 Renee Brown......................................................................................................... 1990 Jenny Bueo...................................................................................................... 1993, 94 Andrea Burdeau.............................................................................................. 1990, 91 Lindsey Coats.........................................................................................................2012 Jessica Groen..........................................................................................................2012 Jennifer Harron..................................................................................................... 1994 Jennie Heires................................................................................................... 1990, 91 Frannie Henderson................................................................................................ 1994 Pia Holzgreve.........................................................................................................2012 Robin Marshall................................................................................................ 1993, 94 Dawn Piner........................................................................................................... 1992 Bev Shepard........................................................................................ 1988, 89, 90, 91 Denise Simmons................................................................................................... 1993 Wyndy Van Hoy............................................................................................... 1992, 93 Lori Waters............................................................................................................ 1994 Heather Wilson.......................................................................................................2012

Big South Freshman of the Week Lorin Thomas................................................................................ 9/26/11

Big South Defensive Player of the Week Lindsey Coats................................................................................ 8/27/12 Mallorie Cubillos...............................................................................................9/24/12

Atlantic Sun Female Student-Athlete of the Year Crystal Brim.................................................................................................... 2002-03

All-Atlantic Sun First Team Tinsley Gordon...................................................................................................... 2000 Kristine Rogers...................................................................................................... 1997 Ashley Weers......................................................................................................... 2009

Second Team Femi Alabi............................................................................................................. 2007 Tinsley Gordon...................................................................................................... 1998 Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 2001 Kara Lewis............................................................................................................. 2001 Cindy Oppenheimer.............................................................................................. 1998 Kristine Rogers................................................................................................ 1995, 96 Rachel Templin...................................................................................................... 2006 Tabitha Turner....................................................................................................... 2004

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Third Team Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 1998 Briana Sandburg................................................................................................... 1997

A-Sun All-Freshman Team Tinsley Gordon...................................................................................................... 1997 Melissa Harvey...................................................................................................... 2006 Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 1998 Hope Leatigaga..................................................................................................... 2008 Jordan Reaves....................................................................................................... 2009 Rachel Templin...................................................................................................... 2003 Ashley Weers......................................................................................................... 2006

Honorable Mention Tinsley Gordon...................................................................................................... 1999 Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 1999

Atlantic Sun All-Academic Femi Alabi................................................................................................. 2005, 06, 07 Avery Anderson..................................................................................................... 2010 Tammi Batson........................................................................................... 2001, 02, 03 Caitlin Bendy................................................................................................... 2007, 09 Alissa Brackeen......................................................................................... 2003, 04, 05 Crystal Brim........................................................................................ 1999, 00, 01, 02 Jenny Bueno.......................................................................................................... 1994 Kelsey Campbell.................................................................................................... 2010 Sarah Dillon......................................................................................... 2003, 04, 05, 06 Elisabeth Ennis...................................................................................................... 2007 Berkeleigh Fisher................................................................................................... 1998 Ceia Font............................................................................................................... 2002 Lauren Garza......................................................................................................... 2010 Jenni Gildersleeve........................................................................................... 1997, 98 Jessica Gleba......................................................................................................... 2005 Tinsley Gordon.......................................................................................... 1997, 98, 99 Briana Graham...................................................................................................... 2002 Stacia Hall....................................................................................................... 1996, 97 Caroline Hammersley...................................................................................... 2007, 10 Melissa Harvey................................................................................................ 2006, 07 Libby Hearin.......................................................................................................... 1994 Tawnee Hensel................................................................................................ 2003, 04 Sarah Hill................................................................................................... 2007, 08, 09 Crystal Hoffman........................................................................................ 2003, 04, 05 Pam Hughes.......................................................................................................... 1999 Katie Jasnica.................................................................................................... 2009, 10 April Kelly........................................................................................................ 2001, 02 Leah Kettering....................................................................................................... 1999 Hope Leatigaga..................................................................................................... 2008 Stephanie Lejbjuk................................................................................................. 2002 Kara Lewis....................................................................................................... 1999, 02 Robin Marshall...................................................................................................... 1994 Mary McLachlan ....................................................................................................2005 Lynne Mazza......................................................................................................... 1994 Sarah Peterson............................................................................................ 1998, 2001 Misty Reavis.......................................................................................................... 1996 Kristine Rogers...................................................................................................... 1995 Brittany Rusin........................................................................................... 2004, 05, 06 Brook Sandburg.................................................................................................... 1998 Crystal Sieber........................................................................................................ 2005 Addie Sorrenti....................................................................................................... 2004 Katie Stallings..................................................................................... 2005, 06, 07, 08 Rachel Templin................................................................................................ 2004, 05 Casey Thompson................................................................................................... 2002 Robin Thompson................................................................................................... 2008 Paige Tortorello..................................................................................................... 2010 Ashley Weers................................................................................................... 2008, 09 Alana Welch.......................................................................................................... 1999 Shelley Welch........................................................................................................ 1999 Emily Werner......................................................................................................... 2009 Tracey West........................................................................................................... 1994 Michelle White...................................................................................................... 2009 Yolanda White....................................................................................................... 1994 Heather Wilson...................................................................................................... 2010

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Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 2001 Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 1998 Kristine Rogers...................................................................................................... 1997

Atlantic Sun Player of the Week Jenny Bueno................................................................................................... 10/17/95 Allyson Goldbach........................................................................................... 10/25/10 Tinsley Gordon.................................................................................. 9/23/97, 9/15/98 Abby Jenkins................................................................................... 10/22/01, 11/5/01 Kara Lewis........................................................................................................ 9/17/01 Cindy Oppenheimer........................................................................ 9/24/96, 10/13/98 Kristine Rogers............................................................................................... 10/14/97 Tabitha Turner.................................................................................................. 10/4/04 Ashley Weers................................................................................... 8/31/09, 10/28/09 Emily Werner.................................................................................................. 11/12/07

NCCSIA All-State First Team Femi Alabi............................................................................................................. 2006 Rachel Templin...................................................................................................... 2006 Emily Werner......................................................................................................... 2009

Second Team Melissa Harvey...................................................................................................... 2006

Team Honors Most Valuable Players Kris Au................................................................................................................... 1985 Tammi Batson....................................................................................................... 2002 Caitlin Bendy......................................................................................................... 2010 Jenny Bueno.................................................................................................... 1993, 95 Andrea Canady...................................................................................................... 1987 Che Cochrane........................................................................................................ 2003 Tinsley Gordon................................................................................................ 1999, 00 Caroline Hammersley............................................................................................ 2010 Melissa Harvey...................................................................................................... 2007 Jennie Heires................................................................................................... 1989, 90 Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 2001 Annie Kobeski....................................................................................................... 2011 Robin Marshall...................................................................................................... 1991 Lynne Mazza......................................................................................................... 1994 Jane Ray................................................................................................................ 1988 Kristine Rogers...................................................................................................... 1997 Briana Sandburg................................................................................................... 1998 Rachel Templin................................................................................................ 2005, 06 Tabitha Turner....................................................................................................... 2004 Lori Waters............................................................................................................ 1996 Jennifer Weeks...................................................................................................... 1986 Ashley Weers......................................................................................................... 2009 Emily Werner......................................................................................................... 2008 Yolanda White....................................................................................................... 1992

Coaches Awards Kris Au................................................................................................................... 1986 Crystal Brim.................................................................................................... 1999, 01 Jenny Bueno.......................................................................................................... 1992 Sarah Dillon........................................................................................................... 2004 Ceia Font............................................................................................................... 2002 Lauren Garza......................................................................................................... 2011 Abby Jenkins......................................................................................................... 2000 Melissa Harvey...................................................................................................... 2006 Sarah Hill............................................................................................................... 2009 Crystal Hoffman.................................................................................................... 2005 Robin Marshall................................................................................................ 1991, 94 Cindy Oppenheimer.................................................................................. 1996, 97, 98 Dawn Piner..................................................................................................... 1988, 90 Kristine Rogers...................................................................................................... 1995 Beverly Shepard.............................................................................................. 1987, 89 Addie Sorrenti....................................................................................................... 2003 Katie Stallings....................................................................................................... 2007 Linda Taylor........................................................................................................... 1985 Robin Thompson................................................................................................... 2008 Lori Waters............................................................................................................ 1993

NAIA All-District 26 Kris Au................................................................................................................... 1985


CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL SURROUNDING THE CREEK Campbell University is located in the small town of Buies Creek. The Campus is situated approximately half-way between Raleigh (30 miles south) and Fayetteville (28 miles north) in the Cape Fear Region of North Carolina. Raleigh Facts: • Capital of North Carolina • Population: over 300,000 • Home to the Time Warner Pavilion at Walnut Creek and the North Carolina State Fair (Oct.) • RDU International Airport takes flights from 12 different airlines

Time Warner Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek Major recording artists such as the Tim McGraw, Jack Johnson, Kings of Leon and Tom Petty all performed at the Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek in 2010.

Fayetteville Facts: • Nickname is All-American City • Sixth largest city and fourth largest metropolitan area in the state • Population: over 300,000 • Home to Fort Bragg Army Base and the 82nd Airborne and Special Operations Museum Fort Bragg Facts: • Formed as Camp Bragg in 1918 • Home to the famed 82nd Airborne Division and its 15,000 troops • Also home to the U.S. Army Special Operations Command • In total, 42,000 soldiers are station at Bragg Distance from the Creek (Driving Time): • Raleigh 40 minutes • Fayetteville 40 minutes • RDU Airport 45 minutes • Wrightsville Beach 2 hours • Grandfather Mountain 4 ½ hours

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Carolina Hurricanes / RBC Center The RBC Center – a state-of-the-art arena located in western Raleigh – is home to the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, N.C. State men’s basketball, and numerous indoor concerts, circuses and trade shows each year. Photo By: Gregg Forwerck

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CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VOLLEYBALL BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status.

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During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 15 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new heights. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages.

basketball team five consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, has had four NFL Draft picks, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. In 2006-07, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed four out of the last seven years – including a national seed for the first time in 2010, while the Chanticleers’ FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The 2009-10 season saw Liberty’s Sam Chelanga win two NCAA National Championships (cross country, 10,000-meter run), Coastal Carolina’s baseball team reach the Super Regionals for the second time in three years as well as being ranked No. 1 in the national RPI and as high as No. 3 in the national polls; and three women’s basketball teams reach the postseason for the first time in Conference history. Last season, Chelanga won two more NCAA National Championships (cross country, outdoor 5,000-meter run), the Big South had its first automatic bid recipient in football (Coastal Carolina), UNC Asheville reached the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Coastal Carolina’s women’s golf team was the first in Conference history to advance to the NCAA Championship out of Regional play, and a League-record 18 baseball players were drafted in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Several former Big South student-athletes have also reached national prominence in recent years. Coastal Carolina’s Amber Campbell made the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team – one of five former Big South athletes to compete in the Games; VMI’s Reggie Williams reached the NBA with the Golden State Warriors in 2010, UNC Asheville’s Ty Wigginton was named an American League All-Star in 2010, and Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson has won four PGA Tour events since departing the Big South Conference in 2007 and tied for runner-up at the 2011 Open Championship. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 95 Academic All-Americans in its 27 years of existence. Furthermore, the Big South has a record number of NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR progress the last two years.

Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and oversaw the additions of men’s and women’s indoor track & field in 1997. The Conference’s 19th championship sport -- women’s lacrosse, will begin play in 2012-13 with seven members. At the same time, Kallander has solidified Conference membership, as an all-time high 11 member institutions comprise the 28-year League in 201112. Recent additions include High Point, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian College, plus the return of charter member Campbell University this year. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 700 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had an individual National Champion six times, more than 240 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship six times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles atlarge selection, had the first women’s golf program advance to the national finals, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s

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Founded in 1887, Campbell University is a private, coeducational institution of the liberal arts, sciences, and professions offering undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees. The University is comprised of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, the School of Education, the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, the Divinity School and its newest school, the School of Osteopathic Medicine.

For more than 125 years, Campbell University has been helping students build meaningful and successful futures. The university was ranked as one of the Best Regional Universities (South) by U.S. News & World Report in its America’s Best Colleges 2013 edition and named one of the “100 Best College Buys” in the nation by Institutional Research & Evaluation, Inc. Campbell is also recognized as a Servicemembers Opportunity College.

Location: Set on more than 1500 acres, Campbell maintains a beautiful, residential campus in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina. The University is located just 28 miles north of Fayetteville and 30 miles south of Raleigh, the capital city. Campbell also boasts campuses in the Research Triangle Park, Fort Bragg/Pope and Camp Lejeune. The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law is located in downtown Raleigh.

Mission: The mission of Campbell University is to graduate

students with exemplary academic and professional skills who are prepared for purposeful lives and meaningful service. The University is informed and inspired by its Baptist heritage and three basic theological and biblical presuppositions: learning is appointed and conserved by God as essential to the fulfillment of human destiny; in Christ all things consist and find ultimate unity; and the Kingdom of God in this world is rooted and grounded in Christian community

Curriculum: The University has more than 100 undergraduate tracks and concentrations; as well as graduate and professional degree programs within the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, School of Business, School of Education, Divinity School and School of Osteopathic Medicine.

Enrollment: Each year, Campbell enrolls approximately 6,000 students representing diverse cultural, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds. On the main campus, approximately 3,000 undergraduates are enrolled with more than 1,500 students enrolled in master’s programs or professional schools. Faculty/Student Ratio: Campbell offers small class sizes and individual attention, with a faculty-to-student-ratio of 1-to-20. Over 90 percent of faculty hold doctoral or terminal degrees. Athletics: Campbell is a member of the NCAA Division I Big South Conference. Men’s varsity sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, track and field and wrestling. Women’s sports include basketball, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. The Fighting Camels also compete in the Pioneer Football League, the Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association and as an associate member of the Southern Conference in wrestling. The University embraces the conviction that there is no conflict between the life of faith and the life of inquiry.


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