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Table of Contents

The 2011 Women’s Volleyball team at the annual CACC Awards banquet prior to the semifinal/championship round. The Tigers won their second consecutive South Division Title.

2012 Holy Family University Women’s Volleyball Media Guide

Table of Contents Table of Contents About Holy Family About the CACC President Sister Francesca Onley Athletic Administration Residence Halls Facilities Coaching Staff 2012 Roster 2012 Season Preview Meet the 2011 Tigers 2012 Schedule 2011 CACC Year In Review 2011 Results/Stats Record Book 2012 Schedule

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-20 21 22 23 24-26 Back Cover

The 2012 Women’s Volleyball Media Guide was produced by the Holy Family Department of Sports Information.

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Holy Family University Every great achievement starts with a dream. We know because we see dreams made real every single day. Whatever your interests, whatever your goals, you’ll be given every opportunity to pursue them, with success, at Holy Family University. Founded in 1954 by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, Holy Family University is a comprehensive four-year university based in Philadelphia. About half of the University’s 3,500 students are enrolled on a full- or part-time basis in the traditional undergraduate program. The remaining students are adults enrolled in graduate programs or accelerated degree programs designed for working adults. More than 45 degree programs are available from four schools: Arts & Sciences, Business Administration, Education, and Nursing & Allied Health Professions. Continuing education and accelerated degree programs are offered by the Division of Extended Learning. The University is based at the Northeast Philadelphia Campus, which serves as home of the traditional undergraduate program and offers courses in the graduate program. The Northeast Philadelphia Campus also offers student housing for full-time undergraduates.

Holy Family — Newtown is located in Newtown Township, Bucks County, and offers an undergraduate program in education, graduate programs, and select courses in the accelerated programs. Specially designed for adult students, Holy Family — Woodhaven in Bensalem Township, Bucks County, serves as home to the Division of Extended Learning and its continuing education and accelerated degree programs. The University’s accelerated MBA also is available in South Philadelphia at Gloria Dei (Old Swedes’) Church, located at Columbus Avenue and Christian Street. Respect for the individual, the dignity of the human person. Inspired by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth who founded the University, these values are at the very core of our institution. They are values that are taught here, but even more, they are values that are lived here. Our concern for moral values and social justice guides our programs and enriches everything that we do. NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA Holy Family University is a fully accredited, Catholic, private, co-educational, four year University located in the Torresdale section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Founded in 1954 by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, Holy Family provides liberal arts and professional programs for more than 2,100 undergraduate students through day, evening, and summer sessions. Holy FamilyThe University is based at the Northeast Philadelphia Campus, which serves as home of the traditional undergraduate program and offers courses in the graduate program. The Northeast Philadelphia Campus also offers student housing for full-time undergraduates. Located less than a mile from Bucks County, Holy Family offers the benefits of a big city in a quiet, park-like suburban setting. With easy access to regional rail lines, city bus routes, and nearby expressways, the University serves as a gateway to all that the City of Brotherly Love offers. NEWTOWN The Newtown facility occupies 79 acres in Bucks County Pennsylvania. The building contains the administrative service area, faculty offices, the Center for Graduate Programs in Counseling Psychology, ten classrooms and laboratories including two mixed-use labs, a science lab, a nursing lab, the Learning Resource Center, chapel, student services office, and a commons dining area. WOODHAVEN Woodhaven occupies 4.76 acres on Bristol Pike, in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. It is situated next to the Woodhaven Road exit of I-95 with direct access to both North and South ramps. The 27,000-squarefoot building houses both academics and administration. Three hundred convenient parking spaces are available. Woodhaven is home to the Division of Extended Learning and opened in Fall 2003. Woodhaven has academic classrooms, administrative and faculty offices, a conference room, a large meeting/seminar room, a computer lab, and a lounge with vending machines. The site also has the capacity for large group sessions.

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CACC The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is an NCAA Division II Conference composed of 14 institutions in Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. The member institutions are Bloomfield College, Caldwell College, Chestnut Hill College, Concordia (NY) College, Dominican (N.Y.) College, Felician College, Georgian Court University, Goldey-Beacom College, Holy Family University, Nyack College, Philadelphia University, Post University, University of the Sciences and Wilmington University. The CACC was founded in 1961. A meeting of eight schools was arranged and hosted by Norm Wilhelmi, Athletic Director at The King's (NY) College. The meeting resulted in the forming a new conference, the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. The conference included eight original members in the fall of 1961. They were Bloomfield College, Dowling College, The King's College, Marist College, Monmouth College, Nyack College, C.W. Post College and Southampton College. After years of transition and membership changes, NAIA members Bloomfield College, Caldwell College, Dominican College, Georgian Court College, Nyack College, Teikyo- Post University and St. Thomas Aquinas College made application to the NCAA Division II. The seven schools applied for membership in the fall of 1998. In 2002 the CACC qualified for NCAA Division II Provisional Conference Status and it achieved Active Status in July of 2004. Six schools: Bloomfield College, Caldwell College, Dominican College, Felician College, Georgian Court College and Post University, became full Division II members in 2002-03. Holy Family College, Goldey-Beacom College, Nyack College and University of the Sciences in Philadelphia became active DII members in 2003-04, followed by Wilmington College in 2004-05. During the span from 1999-2009, the conference underwent numerous changes in addition to upgrading to Division II. In 1999, St. Thomas Aquinas left the conference and five new members joined. Felician College, Goldey-Beacom College, Holy Family College, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and Wilmington College, all NAIA schools, immediately ap-

plied for Division II status upon becoming members. In 2000, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) boosted the membership to 12 schools and that number grew to 13 in 2005 as Philadelphia University started active membership. NJIT moved on to Division I status after the 2005-06 season. The addition of Chestnut Hill College in 2007 and Concordia College in 2009 brought the CACC to 14 members. Only four conferences in Division II have more members. The CACC currently offers 13 championship sports, including men's and women's soccer, women's volleyball, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball, men's golf and women's lacrosse. Currently, nine of the CACC's season-ending tournaments lead to automatic NCAA qualifications, including women's soccer, volleyball, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's basketball, softball, baseball and men's golf.

the number of names on the list continues to grow each year. The CACC honored 285 scholar-athletes in 2010-2011. The CACC has also become one of the national leaders in the annual Division II Make-A-Wish Foundation fundraiser. The 13 CACC schools raised $12,218 in 200809, the eighth-highest total in Division II. Division II is composed of 23 conferences and seven independent institutions ranging from coast-to-coast-and beyond. Division II is the only NCAA membership division with programs in Alaska and Puerto Rico. Furthermore, four of the five colleges on Hawaii are members of Division II.

With its ascent to active Division II status, the Conference made major improvements by introducing a new website and logo. Both were unveiled in July of 2004. The website, www.caccathletics.org, contains updated stats, schedules, results, photos and news about all 14 member schools. The site underwent a complete redesign in the summer of 2009 and is scheduled for another in 2012. The CACC adopted its current logo from a design submitted by Royal Rooster Design of Iowa. In 2009, the CACC commissioned seperate logos for each conference sport and in 2010 added championship tournament logos for all sports. A 50th Anniversary Logo was created for the 2011-2012 academic year. The logos are trademarked through an agreement with Strategic Marketing Alliance (SMA) to protect and market the CACC marks. Off the court and field, the CACC and its student-athletes take pride in the balance between academics and athletics. The CACC finished third nationally among Division II Conferences for the graduation rate of its student-athletes, according to the latest NCAA report. Furthermore, the conference established its inaugural All-Academic team in the fall of 2004 and http://athletics.holyfamily.edu | 4


About the President

Sister Francesca Onley, PhD, CSFN President An effective administrator with 25 years experience in planning, fundraising, financial management, development and institutional expansion, Sister Francesca has overseen the re-structuring of the University’s Board of Trustees, and maintained the integrity of the University’s educational philosophy and academic programs. Professional Activities and Memberships: International Association of University Presidents Chair of the Commission on Disarmament Education, Conflict Resolution and Peace 2004-2006. Sister Francesca Onley, PhD, CSFN, was inaugurated as Holy Family University’s fourth President and Chief Administrative Officer on November 22, 1981. In her more than 26 years at the helm of the University, she has overseen the growth of the University.

As chair of the Commission on Disarmament Education, Conflict Resolution and Peace, Sister Francesca has encouraged university presidents in the Association to launch and/or strengthen peace education initiatives. More information on IAUP can be found at www.iaups.org.

Born in Philadelphia’s Mayfair section on March 4, 1933, Sister Francesca joined the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth in 1950. She received her bachelor of arts degree in Education, Business from Holy Family in 1959. Seven years later, she earned her master’s degree in secondary Education, Business from Marywood University, and in 1986, Sister Francesca earned a PhD in Higher Education Administration from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

EDUCATION: PhD Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (Higher Education Administration), 1986 MS Marywood College (Secondary Education, Business), 1966 BA Holy Family University, (Education, Business), 1959

Under her guidance, Holy Family made the transition to University status in 2002. Sister Francesca’s vision has allowed Holy Family to grow throughout the quarter of a century she has been President. In that time, the University has constructed many buildings, including the Campus Center (1988), the University building in Newtown(1997), the Education & Technology Center (2005), and the Garden Residence (2006). Other University sites include Bensalem (2003) and South Philadelphia (2007).

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ADDITIONAL POSITIONS HELD: Holy Family University Assistant to the President from 1980 to 1981 Nazareth Academy High School Principal, 1972 to 1980 Assistant Principal, Guidance Counselor, 1967 to 1972 Faculty, 1965 to 1967 Nazareth Academy Grade School Faculty, 1953 to 1965


Athletic Administration

Sandra Michael Director of Athletics Holy Family added women’s lacrosse, which began play in 2009. Michael is a two-time recipient of the NAIA Female Athletics Administrator of the Year award and was recognized in 2002 and 2009 by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics as Athletics Director of the Year. In 2009, for her many contributions to athletics at Holy Family, Michael was inducted into the Holy Family University Athletics Hall of Fame as a part of its inaugural class.

Sandra Michael was appointed the Director of Athletics for Holy Family University in 1985. She currently oversees Holy Family’s 15 NCAA Division II sports. A Philadelphia native, Michael earned a Bachelor of Science degree in health, physical education, recreation and dance from Temple University and a Master’s Degree in education from Holy Family. Michael has been instrumental in the growth and success of the athletics program during her tenure. When Michael took over, Holy Family had three club teams: men’s basketball, women’s basketball and softball. The school became a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) District 19 in 1986. In 1989, men’s soccer became an official sport at Holy Family. Women’s soccer and men’s golf were added to the fold in 1997, and Michael made men’s and women’s cross country University-sponsored sports in 2000. Under Michael’s leadership, Holy Family made the transition to NCAA Division II in 2003, after completing its two-year provisional process. Women’s volleyball was added that same year. Michael also led an extensive fund-raising campaign for the construction of the Fitness Center at Holy Family, which opened its doors in 2003. Over the next two years, women’s tennis and men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track brought the team total count to 14. Most recently,

In addition to her responsibilities as Director of Athletics, Michael has served in leadership roles on numerous committees including: NAIA Chairperson for District 19 (1989-1993), president of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) (20042006), chairperson of the NCAA Northeast Regional Division II Women’s Basketball Committee (2004-2006), national chair of the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Committee (2006-2008). Currently, Michael is serving a four-year term as a member of the NCAA Division II Management Council and is chair of the NCAA Division II Membership Committee. She also is an active participant on the NCAA Committee on Women’s Basketball Issues, and serves as chairperson of the CACC Ethics Committee.

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION Robin Arnold Associate Director of Athletics rarnold1@holyfamily.edu Kevin Huckel Asst. Director of Athletics, Daily Operations khuckel852@holyfamily.edu Janet Panek Asst. Director of Athletics, Head Athletics Trainer jpanek@holyfamily.edu Jermaine Rolle Asst. Director of Athletics, Compliance TBA Joe Calabrese Sports Coordinator jwcalabrese@holyfamily.edu William Carolan Strength & Conditioning/Asst. Athletics Trainer wcarolan@holyfamily.edu Tim Hamill Fitness Instructor thamill@holyfamily.edu Kristin Midkiff Assistant Athletics Trainer kmidkiff@holyfamily.edu Greg Pellegrino Director of Sports Information gpellegrino@holyfamily.edu

Michael lives in Philadelphia with her husband of 36 years, Bob Michael. They have two children, Brian and Julie.

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Residence Halls

Stevenson Lane Residence

Duplex Apartments

Stevenson Lane Residence opened in the Fall of 2009 and offers suite-style living with well thought-out design and amenities in line with what students expect in contemporary campus housing. Each unit serves up to four students and features two bedrooms, a bathroom with separate shower and sink facilities, and a small living room. Kitchenette and laundry rooms are provided on each floor. A quiet study room sits on one wing of each floor and on the opposite wing of each floor sits a student lounge offering a spectacular panoramic view of the campus and beyond. The building’s first floor features a fitness room, game room, vending room, and a multipurpose room with ample meeting space. The building also has a health suite. Students use security swipe cards to access the building and gain entrance to their rooms. The building has a 24-hour security attendant and security cameras. This five-story, brick and glass structure looks similar to the university’s John Perzel Education and Technology Center built in 2005 on the Northeast Philadelphia Campus. A $20 million project, the Stevenson Residence accommodates 148 students within 67,430 square feet of space. It also offers four resident advisor suites, a suite for a residence life professional and 128 parking spaces.

Located just off campus, the University’s Duplex Apartments offer independent living for up to three same-sex students per apartment. Each air-conditioned apartment contains two bedrooms - one designed to hold two students, the other designed to hold just one - plus a large living and dining room, a full kitchen, and one bathroom. Duplex residents may opt into the University’s meal plan. Cable television service and high-speed Internet access are available, although residents must subscribe to and pay for these services. Each apartment also contains a clothes washer and dryer which are free of charge to duplex residents.

St. Joseph Hall

Garden Residence

Located at the center of campus just steps from the Campus Center, Holy Family Hall, and the Library, St. Joseph Hall offers doubleoccupancy rooms and communal bathrooms, plus three handicappedaccessible rooms with adjoining private baths. The four-story residence hall houses both male and female students separated by floor and contains a 24-hour computer lab, lounges, vending room, and a recreation room designed by students. A security desk monitors building access around the clock, and a residence-life professional lives in the building and supervises the hall’s student resident advisors. Each floor contains a kitchenette with range and sink and laundry machines in this building are free of charge to the residents. Each room provides individually controlled air conditioning and includes cabletelevision service, high-speed Internet access, and campus-wide voice mail. Plus, wireless Internet access is available throughout the building. The rooms feature new furniture that offers students the option of bunking and lofting. 7 | Holy Family Tigers Women’s Volleyball 2012

Located on the edge of campus is the Garden Residence, which is our newest addition to on campus living. The Garden Residence holds approximately 45 students in apartment style living. There is a kitchen, two bathrooms, a living area and a washer and dryer in each unit. Apartments either have two double rooms, or one double room and two single rooms. Cable television service and high-speed Internet access are available. Limited parking is available to residents. This area is designated for upper-class students who would like some independence.


Athletic Facilities

Albert & Carolyn Smith Cardio Room The Albert and Carolyn Smith Cardio Room was completed in 2003. The cardio room, located in the Campus Center, contains state-of-the-art equipment including: 10 treadmills, six elipticals, six stationary bikes, two stair climbers, two rowing machines and two Nintendo Wiis. The room also has an open area for abdominal and select leg workouts. In August 2009, seven brand new flat screen televisions were installed.

Weight Room The weight room, like the Albert and Carolyn Cardio Room, opened its doors in 2003. The room which features 40 pieces of Hammer Strength apparatus and three full racks of free weights that allow for a totalbody workout.

Campus Center Gymnasium

Tiger Field

The Campus Center Gymnasium opened in 1988 and housed the men’s and women’s basketball teams. In 2005, the women’s volleyball team started to call it home. The gym, which seats 1,000, has hosted numerous CACC Championship Tournaments and the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball East Regional Tournament in 2008 and 2009.

Tiger Field is located behind the Campus Center and is the home field of the men’s and women’s soccer teams and the women’s lacrosse team. The all-grass field also doubles as an intermural field for flag football.

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Head Coach Scott Hibbs in 2003, took over for Sue Kilian, who led the Tigers to a 67-79 (.459) record and three Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference championship tournament appearances in five years. Prior to joining the Holy Family athletics department, Hibbs was the head coach of the boys’ and girls’ varsity volleyball teams at Council Rock South High School in Holland, Pennsylvania. He has also coached numerous club teams in the area, including Falcon VBC Boys Club, Infinity Volleyball Academy Girls Club and Xceleration VBC Girls Club. In 2009, Hibbs worked with USA Volleyball High Performance as a camp coach and tryout evaluator. He also coached at the Villanova Volleyball Camp and Gwynedd-Mercy College Volleyball Camp.

Scott Hibbs will enter his third year as head coach of the Holy Family University women’s volleyball team in 2012. In his second season, Hibbs guided the Tigers to the team’s best season in program history. Holy Family finished with a program record 25 victories (25-11) and finished conference play with an 18-1 mark to claim the CACC South Division Regular Season Title outright. It marked the team’s best-ever finish in conference play and the team’s second straight regular season championship. The Tigers would go to advance to the CACC Championship Final for the second straight season.

A 2004 graduate from East Stroudsburg University with a bachelor of science in health and physical education, Hibbs played for the school’s men’s volleyball team for four seasons. In 2001, he was tabbed as an Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association academic all-American. Hibbs is a member of USA Volleyball, the American Volleyball Coaches Association and the Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association.

In 2012, Hibbs had four players earn All-CACC honors and he was named the CACC Coach of the Year for the first time in his career. He also had a player earn All-East Region honors from Daktronics, Inc. In his first year at the helm at Holy Family, Hibbs guided the Tigers to a 21-10 overall record and a 16-3 mark in conference play. In the process, Holy Family claimed a share of the CACC South Division Regular Season Title for the first time in program history. The Tigers advanced all the way to the CACC Championship Final after making their fourth straight postseason appearance. Hibbs, the program’s third head coach since it was established

Hibbs’s Year-by-Year Coaching Career Year School 2010 Holy Family 2011 Holy Family Totals

Overall 21-10 25-11 46-21

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CACC Notes 16-3 Co-South Division Champions; CACC Runner Up 18-1 South Division Champions; CACC Runner Up 34-4


Assistant Coaches

Jeff Rotondo Jeff Rotondo will enter his second year as a member of the Holy Family University women’s volleyball coaching staff in 2012. Rotondo came to Holy Family with years of playing and coaching experience under his belt. Rotondo was the head volleyball coach at Lansdale Catholic High School (2008-2011) where he guided the team to a second place finish in the Philadelphia Catholic League (PCL) AA Division in 2009 and 2010. He is also the Co-Director and head coach of the Infinity Volleyball Academy. Rotondo also coached at Bensalem High School from 1996-2000. He took over a program that won three games in 1995, and turned the team into the 11th ranked team in the state of Pennsylvania in 2000. He was named the Bucks County Courier Times Coach of the Year in 1998 and 2000. Prior to his time at Bensalem, Rotondo was a Player/Coach for Bucks County Community College from 1992-1993. During those two years the team won the EPCC Championships. Rotondo is also a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and is also an USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program III Certified Coach, one of approximately 100 across the country. In addition, he is also an USA Volleyball High Performance Coach for A2 Youth Program. Rotondo is a Gold Medal Squared (GMS) Level II Coach. Furthermore, Rotondo works in several capacities with the USA Volleyball High Performance Program in tryout evaluation, court couch and lead position coach. He has also attended a coaching symposium for the second year in a row that is open to 100 coaches at the US Olympic Training Center. The symposium takes place over five days in January where he learned from the best coaches in the world about the current and future trends in both on the court and off the court training.

Susan Kim Susan Kim will enter her first season as a member of the Holy Family University women’s volleyball coaching staff in 2012. Kim brings nearly a decade of coaching and playing experience to Holy Family. She is currently the Co-Founder and head coach of the Infinity Volleyball Academy, which was founded in 2008. She is responsible for multiple aspects of managing daily operations and the growth of the youth oriented volleyball program. Kim previously coached at Council Rock North High School as the head coach for the boys volleyball team from 2011-2012. While at Council Rock, the team won the District 1 AAA Championship and was ranked in the top-ten of the PVCA state poll. The team advanced to the PIAA State Championships in 2011. Prior to that, she served as the head coach of the Archbishop Wood High School girls team from 2006-2011. During her tenure, the team went 79-23 and won the District 12 AAA Championship in 2008 and 2010. The team advanced to the PIAA State Championship playoffs in 2008 and 2010. She received Bucks County Courier Times Coach of the Year in 2007 & 2008. Kim played four years for the Bloomsburg University women’s volleyball club and was the team’s Co-Captain. She earned All-Tournament team honors in the Northeast Women’s Volleyball Club League Championship. She currently still competes playing for the USA Volleyball Women’s Level A. Kim earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Bloomsburg in Computer and Information Systems with a minor in Economics.

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2012 Women’s Volleyball Team

2012 Senior Class: Christina Mastroeni, Mackenzie Bickes & Cara Przybylowicz

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2012 Women’s Volleyball Team

Back Row (L-R): Christina Mastroeni, Madi Mcshane, Mackenzie Bickes, Charlotte Sabatano, Erin Miller & Rachel Johnson. Front Row (L-R): Sarah Ambach, Devyn Ingram, Cara Przybylowicz & Chelsea Keegan.

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Name Emma Herring Christina Mastroeni Charlotte Sabatano Devyn Ingram Madi Mcshane Erin Miller Rachel Johnson Chelsea Keegan Cara Przybylowicz Sarah Ambach Mackenzie Bickes

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

Pos. Ht. OH/MH 5-11 DS 5-5 OH 5-9 OH 5-9 DS/L 5-10 MH 6-1 RS 5-11 S 5-10 OH 5-8 MB 6-3 S/DS 5-4

Hometown/High School Newtown, Conn./Newtown Belleville, N.J./Mount Saint Dominic Academy Fredrick, Md./Gov. Thomas Johnson King of Prussia, Pa./Upper Merion Allentown, Pa./Parkland Chandler, Ariz./Corona del Sol New Lenox, Ill./Lincoln Way West Bucyrus, Ohio/Colonel Crawford Ridley Park, Pa./Ridley Springboro, Ohio/Springboro Orchard Lake, Mich./Mercy

Head Coach: Scott Hibbs, 3rd Season Assistant Coach: Jeff Rotondo, 2nd Season

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2012 Season Outlook

Tigers Ready to Begin Quest for CACC Championship in 2012 The Holy Family University women’s volleyball team enters the new season with high expectations after a record-breaking year in 2011. Last year, the Tigers finished the season with a program-best 25 victories (25-11) and cruised in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) action with an 18-1 mark. Holy Family won its second straight South Division Regular Season Title and advanced to the CACC Championship match for the second time in as many years. Holy Family is the heavy favorite to repeat as South Division Champions this year and it was no surprise when the team was selected first in the annual CACC Preseason Coaches’ Poll. Third year head coach Scott Hibbs said the team and the staff were honored that their peers selected the team to win the South, but feels it will be a difficult journey with the tremendous competition in the CACC. One of the goals for the team this year is to not only reach the conference championship match, but to win it. “Everyone in the conference is gunning for [the team] now because of our accomplishments,” said Hibbs. “We need to work harder on and off the court to have continued success and improvement. The team needs to play fearless and aggressive to reach our goal of winning the CACC and making the NCAA tournament.” This year’s squad features six returning players from last season and five newcomers. The Tigers lost five players, including two 13| Holy Family Tigers Women’s Volleyball 2012

perennial All-CACC players due to graduation in Jordan Beland (Shrewsbury, Pa./Susquehannock) and Jillian Keeve (La Grange, Ill./Lyons Twp.). However, the team does return three seniors and two juniors that have loads of experience and know what it takes to win. “The team lost five players due to graduation,” said Hibbs. “All of which were big contributors to the success of the team the past two seasons. It will be tough to replace their leadership and experience. We do have three experienced seniors and two juniors this season who were impact players and have good leadership skills. I expect them to have a greater role this fall.” This year’s senior class includes Mackenzie Bickes (Orchard Lake, Mich./Mercy), Christina Mastroeni (Belleville, N.J./Mount Saint


2012 Season Outlook team to be aggressive this season on the offensive front. “Our goal is to have an aggressive and fast paced offense led by our setter [Chelsea],” said Hibbs. “We want to emphasize the middle quick attack with Sarah [Ambach]. She has developed into a great weapon. Sarah worked hard in the off-season to increase her speed and strength. I believe she will have lots of success and has improved from last fall. On the outside we will rely on the aggressive play of Cara [Przybylowicz]. She has a strong arm and plays fearless. I believe she will have an excellent season. Devyn [Ingram] returns as a primary passer and our smartest hitter. She has a high volleyball IQ and has lots of experience in pressure situations. We will also have a bunch of newcomers that will see significant time on the floor.” Defensively, Bickes will take over the role as the team’s libero this season. Additionally, the team will work on its blocking ability this season to help advance the defense more.

Dominic Academy) and Cara Przybylowicz (Ridley Park, Pa./ Ridley) who all appeared in 30-plus matches last season. Bickes averaged 2.11 digs per set and had 30 service aces, while Mastroeni contributed 26 service aces. Przybylowicz averaged 1.68 kills per set and had 22 service aces. The Tigers also return two juniors in Sarah Ambach (Springboro, Ohio/Springboro) and Chelsea Keegan (Bucyrus, Ohio/Colonel Crawford) who both were named to the All-CACC second team for the first time in their careers a year ago. Ambach also earned Daktronics, Inc. All-East Region second team accolades for the first time. She set a new-program record with a .303 attack percentage last season to go along with 325 kills, 23 solo blocks and 74 total blocks.

“Our defense will be led by Mackenzie, who takes over as libero this season,” said Hibbs. “She is an excellent passer and has great court vision. Mackenzie has an uncanny ability to read the opposing team and put herself in the right place to make a play. She will be aided by our defensive specialists in Christina [Mastreoni] and newcomer Madi [McShane]. Christina has lots of experience at this level and continues to improve each year. Madi has a good skill set and can handle big game situations. We are putting a lot more emphasis on blocking this season. The team is putting in more practice time to focus on that skill. It is the easiest way for our defense to score points.” Holy Family begins its quest for its third straight South Division Title and a chance to battle for the conference championship on Friday, Aug. 31 as the Tigers compete at the Marauder Clash hosted by Millersville University. Holy Family will face four non-conference opponents. The team will then get their taste of conference play when they travel to face Wilmington University on Sept. 5 for the first CACC contest of the season.

Keegan, who was the team’s primary setter last season, tallied a conference best 1,194 assists as she averaged 9.40 assists per set. The Tigers also return sophomore Devyn Ingram (King of Prussia, Pa./Upper Merion) who made an instant inpact in her first year of collegiate action. She averaged 1.43 kills and 2.13 digs per set and also tallied 34 service aces and had 43 total blocks. The team will welcome five new players to the squad this season that include Emma Herring (Newtown, Conn./Newtown), Rachel Johnson (New Lenox, Ill./Lincoln Way West), Madi Mcshane (Allentown, Pa./Parkland), Erin Miller (Chandler, Ariz. /Corona del sol) and Charlotte Sabatano (Fredrick, Md./Gov. Thomas Johnson). “We have five freshmen this season, all of which are very athletic, talented, and come from great programs,” said Hibbs. “Once they become familiar with our style of play, they will be great assets to the program.” Offensively and defensively the Tigers have the pieces they need to make a run at this year’s championship. Hibbs expects the http://athletics.holyfamily.edu | 14


Meet the Tigers - Seniors Christina Mastroeni

Cara Przybylowicz

Year: Junior Position: DS Height: 5-5 Hometown: Belleville, N.J. High School: Mount Saint Dominic Major: Communications/Business

Year: Senior Position: OH Height: 5-8 Hometown: Ridley Park, Pa. High School: Ridley Major: Sports Marketing/Management

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Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

SP 26 71 122 219

MP 17 24 36 77

K 0 0 0 0

K/S 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

E 0 0 0 0

TA 0 1 7 8

Pct. .000 .000 .000 .000

A 0 0 3 3

A/S 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.01

SA 3 15 26 44

Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

DIG 4 17 42 63

D/S 0.15 0.24 0.34 0.29

RE 0 2 3 5

BS 0 0 2 2

BA 0 0 0 0

TB 0 0 2 2

B/S 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.01

BE 0 0 0 0

BHE 0 1 2 3

SA/S 0.12 0.21 0.21 0.20

SE 15 25 28 68

2011 Season: Appeared in all 36 matches.... recorded a career-high 26 service aces and 42 digs... set a career-high with four service aces versus Caldwell College (10/8)....matched that mark in the CACC semifinals versus Wilmington University (11/11)... had a season-best four digs at West Chester University (9/20).... Named to the CACC All-Academic team for the first time in her career. 2010 Season: Appeared in 24 matches during her sophomore season. Had a season-high three digs in a non-conference match against Stonehill College (9/11) and registered a career-high three service aces in the 3-1 victory against Chestnut Hill College on Oct. 8. 2009 Season: Appearend in 15 matches...Registered three service aces on the season, including one each in the first two matches of the season. High School: Mastroeni played for four years at Mount Saint Dominic Academy....Was named a team captain as a senior...Used as a setter, outside hitter and libero.

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Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

SP 65 109 104 278

MP 24 29 36 89

K 8 191 175 374

K/S 0.12 1.75 1.68 1.35

E 9 144 98 251

TA Pct. 32 -.031 592 0.79 507 .152 1,131 .109

A 0 5 4 9

A/S 0.00 0.05 0.04 0.03

Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

DIG 27 153 93 272

D/S 0.42 1.40 0.89 0.98

RE 13 29 14 56

BS 1 2 0 3

BA 2 10 4 16

TB 3 12 4 19

BE 0 10 3 13

BHE 0 4 2 6

B/S 0.05 0.11 0.04 0.07

SA SA/S 31 0.48 51 0.47 22 0.21 104 0.37

SE 49 56 24 129


Meet the Tigers - Seniors 2011 Season: Appeared in all 36 matches....tallied 175 kills (1.68 k/s), 22 service aces and 93 digs...tied her career-high with 15 kills in back-toback matches at West Chester University (9/20) and at Goldey-Beacom College (9/22)... recorded a season-best eight digs twice versus Concordia College (10/22) and at Felician College (10/29).

Mackenzie Bickes

Year: Senior Position: S/DS Height: 5-4 Hometown: Orchard Lake, Mich. High School: Mercy Major: Elementary Education

2010 Season: Appeared in 29 matches during her sophomore season. Averaged 1.75 kills and 1.40 digs per set. Tallied a career-best 51 service aces to lead the team. Had a career-high 15 kills in the non-conference victory over East Stroudsburg (Oct. 20). Came through with a careerbest eight service aces in the 3-1 win at Georgian Court University on Oct. 14.

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2009 Season: Appeared in 24 matches for Holy Family...Contributed a season-high seven digs against Post...Registered kills in four matches, including four versus Chestnut Hill. High School: Przybylowicz was a four-year starter at Ridley High School...Earned All-County and All-League honors for three consecutive seasons...Was named to the All-Central League and All-Delaware County first team and to the Region 1 All-Star team in her senior campaign... Currently holds the school record for most service aces in a season (99 in 2008).

Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

SP 128 115 124 367

MP 36 31 36 103

K 2 10 3 15

K/S 0.02 0.09 0.02 0.04

E 3 1 7 11

TA 16 18 21 55

Pct. -.062 .500 -.190 .073

A A/S 141 1.10 10 0.09 76 0.61 227 0.62

Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

DIG 208 216 262 686

D/S 1.62 1.88 2.11 1.87

RE 19 24 30 73

BS 0 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0 0

TB 0 0 0 0

B/S 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

BE 0 0 0 0

SA 24 17 30 71

SA/S 0.19 0.15 0.24 0.19

SE 26 4 22 52

BHE 11 0 2 13

2011 Season: Appeared in 36 matches and set new career-highs in digs (262), digs per set (2.11) and service aces (30)...Recorded a career-high 21 assists versus Goldey-Beacom (21)...had a season-best 25 digs versus Queens College (10/29)...recorded double-digits in digs in eight matches...tallied five service aces in back-to-back matches in a tri-match at Felician College and versus Queens (10/29)... Earned CACC All-Academic honors for the first time in her career. 2010 Season: During her sophomore season, Bickes appeared in all 31 matches as she tallied ten kills, ten assists, 17 service aces and 216 digs (1.88 d/s). Finished third on the team in digs. Posted a season-high six kills in the 3-1 win at Post University on Oct. 2. Recorded a dig in 30-of31 matches, including seven double-digit digs performances. Recorded a career-high 27 digs in a non-conference match against Stonehill College on Sept. 11. 2009 Season: Registered digs in 35 of 36 matches...Produced doubledigit digs in seven of last 15 matches of the season...Twice contributed a season-high 16 digs...Ranked second on team with 141 assists and fourth in digs with 208 on the year. High School: Bickes was a two-year starter for Mercy High School... Earned All-Catholic League and All-Area honors in her junior and senior seasons...Helped lead the Marlins to the Catholic League championship game and the Class A Regional Tournament...Off-the-court was a member of the school’s student government organization.

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Meet the Tigers - Juniors Chelsea Keegan

Year: Junior Position: S Height: 5-10 Hometown: Bucyrus, Ohio High School: Colonel Crawford Major: Biology

#8 Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

SP 101 127 228

MP 30 33 63

K 36 78 114

K/S 0.36 0.61 0.50

E 32 33 65

TA 150 185 335

Pct. 0.27 .243 .146

A A/S 18 0.18 1,194 9.40 1,212 5.32

Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

DIG 179 303 482

D/S 1.77 2.39 2.11

RE 19 0 19

BS 2 6 8

BA 9 24 33

TB 11 30 41

B/S 0.11 0.24 0.18

BE 2 4 6

SA 12 29 41

SA/S 0.12 0.23 0.18

SE 10 25 35

BHE 3 52 55

2011 Season: Had a breakout season during her sophomore season as she was named to the All-CACC second team for the first time in her career.... set new career-highs in kills (78), assists (1,194), service aces (29), digs (303) solo blocks (6), block assists (24) and total blocks (30)... In her first season as the team’s primary setter, tallied 1,194 assists becoming just the second player in program history to surpass 1,000 assists in a season...Led the CACC in total assists...currently ranked third in program history with 1,212 career assists....recorded double-digit assists in all 33 matches appeared in....tallied a career-high 60 assists versus Queens College (10/29)... Named CACC Player of the Week for the week ending 10/30.... Named to CACC All-Academic team for the first time in her career. 2010 Season: In her first season of collegiate action, Keegan appeared in 30 matches, including eight starts. She tallied 36 kills, 18 assists, 12 service aces, 11 total blocks and 179 digs (1.77 d/s). Recorded doubledigits in digs in seven matches, including a career-high 15 digs versus Stonehill College on Sept. 11. High School: Established school records for assists in a season and in a career...Chosen as first team North Central Conference and District 6...Competed on the track team and helped 4x800 relay squad to an eighth-place finish at state...Received all-Ohio academic honors...Served as vice president of the National Honor Society...Helped club volleyball team earn a berth in the 2009 USA Volleyball Junior Championships.

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Meet the Tigers - Juniors Sarah Ambach

Year: Junior Position: MB Height: 6-3 Hometown: Springboro, Ohio High School: Springboro Major: Business Management/Marketing

#20 Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

SP 108 134 242

MP 29 36 65

K 186 325 511

K/S 1.72 2.43 2.11

E 59 99 158

TA Pct. 454 .280 748 .302 1,202 .294

A 2 3 5

A/S 0.02 0.02 0.02

Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

DIG 14 14 28

D/S 0.13 0.10 0.12

RE 3 3 6

BS 17 23 40

BA 51 51 102

TB 68 74 142

BE 34 12 46

BHE 0 5 5

B/S 0.63 0.55 0.59

SA 1 4 5

SA/S 0.01 0.03 0.02

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2011 Season: Earned All-CACC honors for the first time in her career after being named to the second team... Also earned All-East Region Daktronics, Inc. honors after being named to the second team... Put together a career season as she set new career highs in total kills (325), attack percentage (.302), service aces (4), solo blocks (23) and total blocks (74)... Her .302 attack percentage led the CACC and is the highest ever recorded in program history in a single season... Through two seasons she has a career .294 attack percentage and is ranked sixth in program history with 142 total blocks... Was also selected to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District 1 first team and earned All-Tournament laurels at the CACC Championship... In addition, received CACC AllAcademic honors for the first time in her career... tied her career-high with 17 kills against Queens College (10/29)...recorded double-digit kills in 14 matches... 2010 Season: In her first year of collegiate action, appeared in 29 matches. Finished fourth on the team with 186 kills (1.72 k/s) and had a team-best .280 hitting percentage, which ranked third-best in the CACC. Was also second on the team with 68 total blocks (17 BS/51 BA). Tallied a career-high 17 kills and seven total blocks in the victory against Wilmington University on Oct. 19. High School: Earned recognition as a Great Western Ohio Conference second team pick as a senior...Named to Principal’s List four straight years...Member of the National Honor Society...Established Band Together, an annual benefit show that has raised nearly $4,000 to date for breast cancer research.

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Meet the Tigers - Sophomores Devyn Ingram

Year: Sophomore Position: OH Height: 5-9 Hometown: King of Prussia, Pa. High School: Upper Merion Major: Undecided

#4 Year SP MP K K/S E 2011 126 36 180 1.43 68 TOTAL 126 36 180 1.43 68 Year DIG D/S RE BS 2011 269 2.13 29 13 TOTAL 269 2.13 29 13

TA 619 619

BA TB 30 43 30 43

Pct. A A/S SA SA/S SE .181 28 0.22 34 0.27 32 .181 28 0.22 34 0.27 32 B/S BE BHE 0.34 4 1 0.34 4 1

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2011 Season: Appeared in all 36 matches in her first year of collegiate action.... Tallied 180 kills, 269 digs and 34 service aces... Averaged 1.43 kills per set and 2.13 digs per set.... Recorded 13 kills in her first collegiate match to go along with 13 digs vs. West Chester (9/2)...Set a career-high 14 kills and 18 digs versus Queens College (10/29)...Set a career-best five solo blocks versus Georgian Court University (9/3)... High School: Was a standout player for the Upper Merion High School Volleyball team that went undefeated in Suburban One League (SOL) and won the PIAA Districts her senior season. Upper Merion also finished as State Runner Up Champions. Ingram finished her senior season as the Vikings’ all-time single season leader in kills with over 450 . She also capped her career with over 930 kills. She was named the 2010 Times Herald’s Volleyball Player of the Year and All-Area team.


Meet the Tigers - New Comers Emma Herring

Charlotte Sabatano

Year: Freshman Position: OH/MH Height: 5-11 Hometown: Newtown, Conn. High School: Newtown Major: Early Education/Special Ed.

Year: Freshman Position: OH Height: OH Hometown: Fredrick, Md. High School: Gov. Thomas Johnson Major: Undecided

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#3

Madi Mcshane

Erin Miller

Year: Freshman Position: DS/L Height: 5-10 Hometown: Allentown, Pa. High School: Parkland Major: Nursing

Year: Freshman Position: MH Height: 6-1 Hometown: Chandler, Ariz. High School: Corona del Sol Major: Biochemistry

#5

#6

Rachel Johnson

Year: Freshman Position: RS Height: 5-11 Hometown: New Lenox, Ill. High School: Lincoln Way West Major: Communications

#7

Head Coach Scott Hibbs on this year’s newcomers: “We have five freshmen this season, all of which are very athletic, talented, and come from great programs. Once they become familiar with our style of play, they will be great assets to the program. Rachel Johnson is a strong hitter, blocker, and all-around player. Her skill set gives her the ability to play any position. We are expecting Rachel to be our go-to attack on the right side. Charlotte Sabatano is an excellent leaper and is very good at hitting fast tempo sets. Madi Mcshane has excellent ball control and will contribute out of the back row. Erin Miller is extremely athletic and strong. She had an unfortunate injury this summer. The team is anticipating her return to the court. Emma Herring is an excellent all around player who is quick off the floor and hits fast tempo sets very well. I believe she will be a great offensive weapon. We are excited to have them in our program. The team needs them to improve quickly and perform. They have big shoes to fill from our departed seniors.”

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2012 Schedule AUGUST 31 SEPTEMBER 1 5 7 8 11 14 15 19 22 25 28 29

vs. Shippensburg vs. LIU Post

Millersville, Pa. Millersville, Pa.

1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Quick Facts General Information Location: Philadelphia, Pa., 19114

vs. Adelphia vs. Slippery Rock at Wilmington * at Mercyhurst vs. Ohio Dominican vs. Gannon vs. Lake Erie at Philadelphia * vs. Daemen vs. Ohio Valley at West Chester UNIV OF THE SCIENCES * at Post * GEORGIAN COURT * GOLDEY-BEACOM * at Felician *

Millersville, Pa. Millersville, Pa. Wilmington, Del. Erie, Pa. Erie, Pa. Erie, Pa. Erie, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. West Chester, Pa. West Chester, Pa. West Chester, Pa. Campus Center Waterbury, Conn. Campus Center Campus Center Rutherford, N.J.

9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Founded: 1954 Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,120 University President: Sister Francesca Onley, CSFN, Ph.D. Director of Athletics: Sandra Michael Nickname: Tigers Colors: Copenhagen Blue and White Affliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Dept. Phone Number: 267-341-3353 Athletic Dept. Fax: 215-637-6675 University Phone Number: 215-637-7700 SID Information Director of Sports Information: Greg Pellegrino Office Phone: 267-341-3482

OCTOBER 3 5 6 12 13 17 19 20 23 26 27 31 NOVEMBER 3 6 9 10

Cell Phone: 215-266-6188

at Chestnut Hill * WILMINGTON * at Bloomfield * at Univ of the Sciences * at Concordia * at Goldey-Beacom * PHILADELPHIA * NYACK * at Kutztown at Georgian Court * at Caldwell * CHESTNUT HILL *

Philadelphia, Pa. Campus Center Bloomfield, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Bronxville, N.Y. Wilmington, Del. Campus Center Campus Center Kutztown, Pa. Lakewood, N.J. Caldwell, N.J. Campus Center

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Office Fax: 215-827-0137 E-mail: gpellegrino@holyfamily.edu Website: http://athletics.holyfamily.edu Women’s Volleyball Information: Head Coach: Scott Hibbs Alma Mater: East Stroudsburg University ‘04 Record at HFU/Yrs.: 46-21/2 Years CACC Record/Yrs.: 34-4/2 Years Career Record/Yrs.: 46-21/2 Years Office Phone: 267-341-3359 Assistant Coach: Jeff Rotondo & Susan Kim

DOMINICAN * CACC Quarterfinals CACC Semifinals CACC Championship Final

Campus Center Campus Sites Lakewood, N.J. Lakewood, N.J.

12:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

Head Athletic Trainer: Janet Panek, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer: Kristin Midkiff, ATC Strength & Conditioning: William Carolan, ATC Venue: Campus Center 2011 Overall Record: 25-11

* Denotes Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Contest BOLD Denotes Home Contests

2011 CACC Record: 18-1/1st South Division Starters Returning/Lost: 3/4 Players Returning/Lost: 6/5 New Comers: 5

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2011 CACC in Review 2011 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Standings North Division Caldwell Dominican Nyack Post Concordia Bloomfield Felician

|-----------Conference-----------| GP Record Win % 19 18-1 0.947 19 13-6 0.684 19 10-9 0.526 19 7-12 0.368 19 7-12 0.368 19 6-13 0.316 19 0-19 0.000

|-----------Overall-----------| GP Record Win % 31 26-5 0.839 32 18-14 0.562 28 11-17 0.393 29 8-21 0.276 26 7-19 0.269 24 8-16 0.333 28 0-28 0.000

|-----------Conference-----------| GP Record Win % 19 18-1 0.947 19 14-5 0.737 19 14-5 0.737 19 8-11 0.421 19 7-12 0.368 19 7-12 0.368 19 4-15 0.211

|-----------Overall-----------| GP Record Win % 36 25-11 0.694 30 20-10 0.667 31 19-12 0.613 32 13-19 0.406 30 14-16 0.467 32 8-24 0.250 26 4-22 0.154

South Division Holy Family Wilmington Philadelphia Chestnut Hill Goldey-Beacom Georgian Court USciences

Past CACC Champions Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Regular Season Bloomfield Bloomfield Wilmington Wilmington Wilmington Philadelphia Philadelphia/Georgian Court Bloomfield (N) Georgian Court (S) Caldwell (N) Georgian Court (S) Caldwell (N) Georgian Court (S) Caldwell (N) Holy Family/Philadelphia (S) Caldwell (N)/Holy Family (S)

Tournament Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Wilmington Goldey-Beacom Georgian Court Georgian Court Georgian Court Georgian Court

2011 CACC Championship Tournament Quarterfinals N#1 Caldwell 3, S#4 Chestnut Hill 0 S#2 Philadelphia 3, N#3 Nyack 1 S#1 Holy Family 3, N#4 Post 0 S#3 Wilmington 3, N#2 Dominican 1 Semifinals N#1 Caldwell 3, S#2 Philadelphia 2 S#1 Holy Family 3, S#3 Wilmington 1 Championship N#1 Caldwell 3, S#1 Holy Family1

Caldwell Caldwell

2011 All-CACC First Team OH Michelle Fiorvanti, Dominican L Jordyn Fuller, Dominican OH Jillian Keeve, Holy Family OH Susan McDonough, Caldwell RS Amber Mosher, Caldwell S Lauren Roth, Caldwell OH/DS Nicole Wiechecki, Wilmington

2011 All-CACC Second Team MB Sarah Ambach, Holy Family L Jordan Beland, Holy Family Brittany Biddle, Wilmington OH Alex DePalma, Chestnut Hill S Chelsea Keegan, Holy Family S Whitney Ranger, Dominican MB Kaitlin Shorter, Wilmington

2011 All-CACC Honorable Mention

Belinda Snider, Post; Sidney Chukuntarod, Chestnut Hill; Brittany Olson, Philadelphia; Kadi McCoy, Goldey-Beacom; Michelle Makela, Nyack Player of the Year: Susan McDonough, Caldwell Rookie of the Year: Sidney Chukuntarod, Chestnut Hill Coach of the Year: Scott Hibbs, Holy Family Team Sportsmanship Award: Nyack College http://athletics.holyfamily.edu | 22


The Automated ScoreBook Holy Family Univ. Combined Team Statistics (as of Jun 06, 2012) All matches

2011 Stats/Results

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

##

Player

2 4 6 8 9 10 11 13 20 22 33

MASTROENI, Christin INGRAM, Devyn KEIHL, Alyssa KEEGAN, Chelsea TETT, Rebecca KEEVE, Jillian PRZYBYLOWICZ, Car HORNBACK, Katie AMBACH, Sarah BICKES, Mackenzie BELAND, Jordan TEAM HOLY FAMILY UNIV Opponents

Team Statistics ATTACK Kills Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET Assists Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

sp

122 126 111 127 73 133 104 85 134 124 111 136 136

k

k/s

OVERALL 25-11 18-1 7-10 Attack e

0 0.00 0 180 1.43 68 236 2.13 138 78 0.61 33 143 1.96 58 371 2.79 150 175 1.68 98 60 0.71 34 325 2.43 99 3 0.02 7 9 0.08 5 158 11.62 690 124 9.15 626

HFU

OPP

1580 690 4444 .200 11.6

1244 626 4070 .152 9.1

1473 10.8

1069 7.9

277 307 2.0

198 239 1.5

213 1.6

254 1.9

1923 14.1

1965 14.4

87 216 195.0 1.4 66 94

103 250 228.0 1.7 78 122

895 13/69 12/40 0 7

994 11/90 -

ta

pct

HOME 11-2 9-1 2-1 Set a a/s

sa

Serve se sa/s

7 .000 3 0.02 26 28 619 .181 28 0.22 34 32 665 .147 20 0.18 62 77 185 .243 119 9.40 29 25 366 .232 4 0.05 0 0 109 .203 65 0.49 47 56 507 .152 4 0.04 22 24 202 .129 4 0.05 2 4 748 .302 3 0.02 4 2 21 -.190 76 0.61 30 22 34 .118 72 0.65 21 37 444 .200 147 10.83 277 307 407 .152 106 7.86 198 239 Date 09/02/11 09/02/11 09/03/11 09/03/11 09/03/11 09/07/11 #09/09/11 #09/09/11 #09/10/11 #09/10/11 *09/13/11 *09/15/11 *09/17/11 09/20/11 *09/22/11 *09/24/11 09/24/11 *09/27/11 *09/29/11 *10/01/11 *10/04/11 *10/06/11 *10/08/11 *10/11/11 *10/15/11 *10/18/11 *10/20/11 *10/22/11 *10/25/11 *10/29/11 10/29/11 10/31/11 *11/01/11 11/08/11 11/11/11 11/12/11

AWAY 10-1 9-0 1-1 Dig dig dig/s

bs

Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

0.21 3 42 0.34 2 0 2 0.27 29 269 2.13 13 30 43 0.56 28 190 1.71 10 23 33 0.23 0 303 2.39 6 24 30 0.00 2 8 0.11 18 37 55 0.35 33 282 2.12 11 26 37 0.21 14 93 0.89 0 4 4 0.02 4 15 0.18 4 21 25 0.03 3 14 0.10 23 51 74 0.24 30 262 2.11 0 0 0 0.19 48 445 4.01 0 0 0 - 19 2.04 213 192 14.14 87 216 195.0 1.46 254 196 14.45 103 250 228.0

Opponent vs West Chester vs Shepherd University vs Slippery Rock vs Georgian Court Univ. vs West Chester MOLLOY COLLEGE vs St. Mary's (Texas) vs Dowling vs Dominican (N.Y.) at American Int'l at Philadelphia Univ. UNIV. OF SCIENCES POST UNIVERSITY at West Chester at Goldey-Beacom at Nyack College vs Mercy College GEORGIAN COURT UNIV. at Chestnut Hill Coll. at Dominican (N.Y.) at Wilmington Univ. PHILADELPHIA UNIV. CALDWELL COLLEGE at Univ. of Sciences BLOOMFIELD COLLEGE at Georgian Court Univ. GOLDEY-BEACOM CONCORDIA COLLEGE WILMINGTON UNIV. at Felician vs Queens (NY) KUTZTOWN UNIVERSITY CHESTNUT HILL COLL. POST UNIVERSITY vs #3 Wilmington Univ. vs #1 Caldwell College

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re

NEUTRAL 4-8 0-0 4-8

Record in 3-set matches: 12-6 Record in 4-set matches: 6-2 Record in 5-set matches: 7-3

L L L W L L L L L W W W W L W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W L

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

0.02 0.34 0.30 0.24 0.75 0.28 0.04 0.29 0.55 0.00 0.00 1.43 1.68

0 2 4 1 8 8 4 52 15 4 13 9 3 2 7 7 12 5 0 2 0 2 66 94 78 122

Score by set 25-22,27-25,20-25,21-25,12-15 23-25,25-18,18-25,14-25 19-25,18-25,16-25 23-25,25-20,25-11,23-25,15-11 21-25,23-25,21-25 25-17,27-25,21-25,18-25,12-15 20-25,18-25,22-25 18-25,17-25,14-25 22-25,18-25,20-25 25-18,26-24,25-21 26-24,25-16,25-18 25-13,25-19,25-16 25-11,25-14,25-14 21-25,25-17,25-22,22-25,12-15 24-26,19-25,25-16,26-24,17-15 25-23,19-25,21-25,25-22,15-8 25-13,25-20,25-22 25-19,25-22,20-25,21-25,15-13 22-25,25-14,27-25,25-19 23-25,25-18,26-24,25-17 11-25,25-18,23-25,25-23,15-9 25-17,25-18,25-13 24-26,23-25,15-25 21-25,25-19,25-19,27-25 25-17,25-10,25-12 25-16,23-25,25-12,25-17 25-19,25-19,25-18 25-15,25-17,25-11 25-17,23-25,25-21,25-22 25-23,25-15,25-11 25-27,36-34,21-25,25-17,15-13 25-19,20-25,25-13,20-25,15-13 25-19,25-21,25-15 25-19,25-19,25-13 25-20,20-25,25-18,25-18 23-25,23-25,25-23,21-35

points

Att. 0 0 0 0 0 75 0 125 0 350 87 55 35 0 100 74 94 50 91 55 100 115 50 0 75 65 120 120 75 72 25 75 50 0 130 100


Record Book All-Time Record vs Opponents Adelphi.................................................... 0-1 Albertus Magnus.........................................1-0 American Int’l..............................................1-0 Assumption..................................................0-1 Bentley.........................................................0-1 Bloomfield..............................................10-4 Bowie State..................................................2-1 Bridgeport....................................................0-4 C.W. Post......................................................0-2 Caldwell....................................................3-8 Carlow..........................................................0-1 Chestnut Hill...........................................10-0 Cheyney.......................................................2-0 Clarion..........................................................0-3 Concord.......................................................1-0 Concordia (N.Y.)........................................3-2 Daemen....................................................0-0 Davis & Elkins..............................................1-0 Dist. of Columbia.........................................2-1 Dominican (N.Y.).......................................7-6 Dowling........................................................0-1 East Stroudsburg..........................................2-4 Fairmont State.............................................0-1 Felician.....................................................9-1 Gannon.....................................................0-0 Georgian Court.......................................9-12 Goldey-Beacom.......................................10-8 Houghton.....................................................1-0 Kutztown..................................................2-3 Lake Erie...................................................0-0 Le Moyne.....................................................0-4 Lock Haven...................................................0-1 Mercy...........................................................2-3 Mercyhurst...............................................0-4

Merrimack...................................................0-1 Millersville...................................................1-3 Molloy..........................................................2-3 NJIT..............................................................3-3 Nyack........................................................8-4 NYIT.............................................................1-1 New Haven..................................................0-3 Notre Dame (Ohio)......................................0-1 Ohio Dominican........................................0-0 Ohio Valley................................................2-1 Philadelphia............................................7-14 Post..........................................................7-6 Queens (N.Y.)...............................................2-1 Saint Anselm................................................2-0 Saint Mary’s (Texas).....................................0-1 Saint Michael’s.............................................0-1 Saint Rose....................................................0-1 Seton Hill.....................................................0-2 Shepherd.....................................................0-1 Shippensburg............................................0-1 Slippery Rock...............................................0-2 So. Connecticut...........................................2-3 So. New Hampshire.....................................0-1 Stonehill......................................................0-1 Tiffin............................................................0-1 UMass Lowell..............................................0-1 Univ. of the Sciences.................................10-9 W. Virginia Wesleyan...................................0-1 West Chester...........................................0-11 West Liberty State.......................................0-1 Wilmington (Del.)...................................9-10

Year-By-Year Records Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total

W 3 9 9 12 18 23 14 21 25 134

L 20 20 26 22 21 14 22 10 11 166

Pct. .130 .310 .257 .352 .461 .621 .388 .677 .694 .446

All-Time ...........................................134-166 BOLD - 2012 Opponents

All-Time Coaching Records Name Joanna Pennell Suzanne Kilian Scott Hibbs

Years 2003 - 2005 2006 - 2009 2010 - Present

W 21 67 46

L 66 79 21

Pct. .241 .459 .686

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Record Book Single Season Records Kills Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Lauren Gosnell Jennifer O’Connor Jennifer O’Connor Jillian Keeve Jillian Keeve Katie Hornback Sarah Ambach Katie Hornback Mallory Lennon Teresa Devine

Year 2007 2007 2006 2010 2011 2009 2011 2008 2007 2003

Kills Per Set (Min. 75 Sets) Rank 1. 2. 3. 4 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Jennifer O’Connor Lauren Gosnell Jennifer O’Connor Jillian Keeve Teresa Devine Jillian Keeve Katie Hornback Katie Hornback Mallory Lennon Kathleen Tunney

Attack Attempts Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Lauren Gosnell Jennifer O’Connor Jennifer O’Connor Kelly Nepi Jillian Keeve Jillian Keeve Katie Hornback Teresa Devine Emily Culp Jillian Keeve

Attack Pct. Rank 1. 2. t-3. t-3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Sarah Ambach Sarah Ambach Mallory Lennon Jillian Keeve Jillian Keeve Devyn Ingram Melissa Zebley Jillian Keeve Jennifer O’Connor Mallory Lennon

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

Name Aimee Drabyn Chelsea Keegan Aimee Drabyn Aimee Drabyn Jennifer O’Connor Aimee Drabyn Michelle Copelli Shannon Whalen Kaila Gretchen Michelle Copelli

Year 2006 2007 2007 2010 2004 2011 2008 2009 2007 2004

Year 2007 2007 2006 2005 2010 2011 2009 2004 2005 2009

Year 2011 2010 2007 2011 2008 2011 2003 2010 2007 2008

Year 2007 2011 2010 2009 2005 2008 2004 2006 2003 2006

Assists Per Set (Min. 75 Sets)

Kills 537 507 460 403 371 340 325 312 304 293

K/S 4.07 4.01 3.73 3.47 3.15 2.79 2.71 2.64 2.62 2.56

AA 1,800 1,681 1,573 1,217 1,201 1,090 1,035 1,007 932 914

Pct. .302 .280 .203 .203 .189 .181 .179 .178 .175 .174

Asst. 1,318 1,194 997 952 653 622 615 598 401 399

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

Name Aimee Drabyn Chelsea Keegan Aimee Drabyn Aimee Drabyn Michelle Copelli Jennifer O’Connor Shannon Whalen Michelle Copelli Michelle Copelli Jennifer O’Connor

Year 2007 2011 2010 2009 2004 2005 2006 2006 2005 2008

A/S 10.14 9.40 8.52 7.50 6.61 5.44 5.29 3.53 2.02 1.60

Name Shannon Whalen Aimee Drabyn Melissa Zebley Maria Scherrer Alyssa Keihl Kelly Nepi Mallory Lennon Katie Hornback Kelly Nepi Jennifer O’Connor Jordan Beland

Year 2006 2007 2003 2007 2011 2003 2008 2009 2005 2005 2009

SA 84 78 67 64 62 61 59 55 55 54 54

Name Maria Scherrer Kelly Cummins Jennifer O’Connor Jordan Beland Kelly Nepi Melissa Zebley Jordan Beland Jennifer O’Connor Jordan Beland Jordan Beland

Year 2007 2006 2006 2009 2005 2004 2008 2007 2010 2011

Digs 900 680 618 587 551 539 479 478 455 445

Service Aces Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. t-8. t-8. t-10. t-10.

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

Digs Per Set (Min. 75 Sets) Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Maria Scherrer Kelly Cummins Melissa Zebley Jennifer O’Connor Kelly Nepi Jordan Beland Jordan Beland Kelly Nepi Kelly Cummins Jordan Beland

Block Solos Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. t-10. t-10.

Name Emily Culp Teresa Devine Kathleen Tunney Teresa Devine Kathleen Tunney Emily Culp Rebecca Tett Jennifer O’Connor Sarah Ambach Mallory Lennon Rebecca Tett

Year 2007 2006 2004 2006 2005 2010 2009 2004 2005 2008

D/S 6.82 6.02 5.61 5.47 5.01 4.60 4.55 4.46 4.18 4.17

Year 2005 2003 2003 2004 2004 2006 2010 2005 2011 2008 2011

BS 87 81 78 61 56 43 31 24 23 18 18

Block Assists Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. t-5. t-5. 7. 8. 9. t-10. t-10.

Name Mallory Lennon Rebecca Tett Katie Hornback Rebecca Tett Sarah Ambach Sarah Ambach Brittany LaCouture Katie Hornback Mallory Lennon Alyssa Keihl Rebecca Tett

Total Blocks Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Emily Culp Mallory Lennon Teresa Devine Rebecca Tett Kathleen Tunney Sarah Ambach Rebecca Tett Teresa Devine Sarah Ambach Emily Culp

Year 2008 2009 2008 2010 2010 2011 2009 2009 2007 2010 2008

BA 78 62 54 52 51 51 50 41 40 39 39

Year 2005 2008 2003 2010 2003 2011 2009 2004 2010 2006

TB 117 96 92 83 81 74 73 71 68 67

Year-By-Year Leaders Kills Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player Teresa Devine Teresa Devine Emily Culp Jennifer O’Connor Lauren Gosnell Katie Hornback Katie Hornback Jillian Keeve Jillian Keeve

Assists Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player Kaila Gretchen Michelle Copelli Jennifer O’Connor Shannon Whalen Aimee Drabyn Aimee Drabyn Aimee Drabyn Aimee Drabyn Chelsea Keegan

Service Aces Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player Melissa Zebley Melissa Zebley Kelly Nepi Shannon Whalen Aimee Drabyn Mallory Lennon Katie Hornback Cara Przybylowicz Alyssa Keihl

Kills 236 293 288 460 537 312 340 403 371

Assists 401 615 653 598 1,318 622 952 997 1,194

SA 67 43 55 84 78 59 55 51 62


Record Book Blocks Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Digs Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Digs Player Teresa Devine Teresa Devine Emily Culp Emily Culp Mallory Lennon Mallory Lennon Rebecca Tett Rebecca Tett Sarah Ambach

Blocks 92 71 117 67 53 96 73 83 74

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

Player Melissa Zebley Melissa Zebley Kelly Nepi Kelly Cummins Maria Scherrer Jordan Beland Jordan Beland Jordan Beland Jordan Beland

Digs 323 539 551 680 900 479 587 455 445

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

Career Records

Name Jordan Beland Jennifer O’Connor Kelly Nepi Kelly Cummins Aimee Drabyn Maria Scherrer Jillian Keeve Melissa Zebley Michelle Copelli Mackenzie Bickes

Name Teresa Devine Kathleen Tunney Emily Culp Rebecca Tett Jennifer O’Connor Sarah Ambach Mallory Lennon Jillian Keeve Brittany La Couture Alyssa Keihl

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

Name Jennifer O’Connor Jillian Keeve Kelly Nepi Alyssa Keihl Katie Hornback Emily Culp Lauren Gosnell Rebecca Tett Teresa Devine Sarah Ambach

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

Name Aimee Drabyn Michelle Copelli Chelsea Keegan Shannon Whalen Jennifer O’Connor Melissa Zebley Kaila Gretchen Mackenzie Bickes Jordan Beland Jillian Keeve

Service Aces Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Aimee Drabyn Kelly Nepi Jennifer O’Connor Alyssa Keihl Michelle Copelli Jillian Keeve Jordan Beland Shannon Whalen Kelly Cummins Melissa Zebley

Years Kills 2005-08 1,398 2008-11 1,299 2003-06 796 2008-11 773 2008-11 712 2004-06 558 2007 537 2008-11 531 2003-04 529 2010-Pres. 511

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. t-5. t-5. 7. 8. 9. t-10. t-10.

Name Rebecca Tett Mallory Lennon Katie Hornback Alyssa Keihl Brittany LaCouture Sarah Ambach Jillian Keeve Jennifer O’Connor Emily Culp Aimee Drabyn Sarah Ambach

Total Blocks Years Assts. 2007-10 3,889 2004-07 1,259 2010-Pres. 1,212 2006-08 911 2005-08 896 2003-04 405 2003 401 2009-Pres. 227 2008-11 170 2008-11 124

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

Name Rebecca Tett Emily Culp Teresa Devine Mallory Lennon Kathleen Tunney Sarah Ambach Alyssa Keihl Jillian Keeve Brittany La Couture Katie Hornback

Years 2007-10 2003-06 2005-08 2008-11 2004-07 2008-11 2008-11 2006-08 2005-08 2003-04

SA 205 192 162 150 145 142 140 132 124 110

Years Digs 2008-11 1,966 2005-08 1,807 2003-06 1,652 2005-08 1,527 2007-10 1,077 2007 900 2008-11 879 2003-04 862 2004-07 817 2009-Pres. 686

Years BS 2003-04 142 2003-04 134 2004-06 131 2008-11 72 2005-08 51 2010-Pres. 40 2007-08 31 2008-11 30 2007-09 27 2008-11 25

Years BA 2008-11 190 2007-08 118 2008-11 116 2008-11 110 2007-08 102 2010-Pres. 102 2008-11 100 2005-08 73 2004-06 56 2007-10 51 2010-Pres. 51

All-CACC Selections 2003 Melissa Zebley (2nd Team) 2004 Melissa Zebley (1st Team) 2006 Jennifer O’Connor (2nd Team) Kelly Cummins (HM) 2007 Lauren Gosnell (1st Team) Jennifer O’Connor (1st Team) Maria Scherrer (1st Team) Aimee Drabyn (2nd Team) 2008 Katie Hornback (1st Team) Aimee Drabyn (HM) Mallory Lennon (HM) 2009 Jordan Beland (1st Team) Katie Hornback (2nd Team) 2010 Jordan Beland (1st Team) Jillian Keeve (1st Team) Aimee Drabyn (2nd Team) 2011 Jillian Keeve (1st Team) Sarah Ambach (2nd Team) Jordan Beland (2nd Team) Chelsea Keegan (2nd Team) CACC Team Sportsmanship Award Holy Family (2003)

Years TB 2008-11 262 2004-06 187 2003-04 163 2007-08 149 2003-04 147 2010-Pres. 142 2008-11 135 2008-11 130 2007-09 129 2008-11 128

CACC Rookie of the Year Katie Hornback (2008) CACC Coach of the Year Suzanne Kilian (2007) Scott Hibbs (2011)

CACC All-Academic Selections Sarah Ambach (2011) Mackenzie Bickes (2011) Emily Culp (2006) Teresa Devine (2004) Aimee Drabyn (2008, 2009 & 2010) Chelsea Keegan (2011) Jillian Keeve (2009, 2010, 2011) Brittany La Couture (2008 & 2009) Christina Mastroeni (2011) Rebecca Tett (2009, 2010 & 2011)

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2012 Schedule AUGUST 31

vs. Shippensburg vs. LIU Post

OCTOBER 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

SEPTEMBER 1 5 7 8 11 14 15 19 22 25 28 29

vs. Adelphi vs. Slippery Rock at Wilmington * at Mercyhurst vs. Ohio Dominican vs. Gannon vs. Lake Erie at Philadelphia * vs. Daemen vs. Ohio Valley at West Chester UNIV OF THE SCIENCES * at Post * GEORGIAN COURT * GOLDEY-BEACOM * at Felician *

9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

3 5 6 12 13 17 19 20 23 26 27 31

at Chestnut Hill * WILMINGTON * at Bloomfield * at Univ of the Sciences * at Concordia * at Goldey-Beacom * PHILADELPHIA * NYACK * at Kutztown at Georgian Court * at Caldwell * CHESTNUT HILL *

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER 3 6 9 10

DOMINICAN * CACC Quarterfinals CACC Semifinals CACC Championship

* CACC Contest CAPS - Home Contest

12:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA


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