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2009 Bulldog Volleyball 1 Gonzaga Volleyball

35 Gonzaga University

Head Coach Dave Gantt ..... 2 Assistant Coaches ............ 3-4

Gonzaga University ..... 36-37 Gonzaga Athletics ........ 38-39 Facilities ...................... 40-43 Academics ........................ 44 Interim President Thayne McCulloh ............. 45 Gonzaga Administration ... 46 Athletic Director Mike Roth ......................... 47 Athletic Administration .... 48 Athletic Support Staff ....... 49 Coaches ............................ 50 Staff Directory .................. 51 Media Information ............ 52

5 Bulldog Players Bulldog Outlook ................. 6 Bulldog Roster .................... 7 Michelle Boevers ................ 8 Layne Brosky ..................... 9 Emily Johnson .................. 10 Kelsey Bashaw ................. 11 Caitlin Cozad .................... 12 Allyson Powell ................. 13 Brittney Beatty ................. 14 Denise Van de Mortel ....... 15 Kaprina Goodwin/Laura Day ........................................... 16 Meredith Crenshaw/ Terran Poindexter ............. 17 Jessie Genger/Nicole Lowell ........................................... 18 2008 Statistics ................... 19 2008 Results ..................... 20

The 2009 volleyball media guide is a production of the Gonzaga University sports information office. It was created in InDesign and was printed by Lithograph Reproductions of Spokane, Wash. Photo credits in this publication go to Gonzaga Office of Public Information, Dale Goodwin, Shawn Toner/ Explosive Illusions, Torrey Vail and Jeff Green. Cover design by Mike Lee.

21 Opponents/ Record Books Opponents .................... 22-24 All-Time Records ........ 25-27 All-Time Roster/ Post-Season Appearances .... 28 West Coast Conference Players of the Year ............ 29 Honor Roll ........................ 30 Year-by-Year Results ... 31-32 West Coast Conference .33-34

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Head Coach Dave Gantt First Year at Gonzaga; University of Great Falls, 1978 Dave Gantt, former head women’s volleyball coach at both Montana State University and Oregon State University, was named the fifth head coach at Gonzaga University Jan. 20, 2009. “Everyone we spoke with had nothing but praise for Dave,” Gonzaga athletic director Mike Roth said. “The more the process evolved, the more people we talked to, the more it became clear we were getting a highly-respected coach in Dave Gantt. Obviously, he has a Division I background and knows the area well.” Gantt, who most recently was an adjunct professor at Montana State and a collegiate volleyball official, was the head volleyball coach at Montana State for nine seasons from 1994-02, compiling a 159-96 record for a .624 winning percentage. He posted a 72-64 Big Sky Conference record for a .529 winning percentage. The Bobcats were also ranked in the Top 25 in attendance from 1997-2002, averaging more than 1,000 per match annually, with a crowd of approximately 6,500 in attendance for his last match versus the University of Montana. In addition, Gantt’s squads were recognized annually for the AVCA team academic award. The all-time leader in wins at Montana State, Gantt coached 15 Big Sky All-Conference honorees, as well as three Big Sky Freshman of the Year, two Newcomers of the Year and a Defensive Player of the Year. Gantt guided the Bobcats to eight consecutive winning seasons, to their inaugural and seven consecutive Big Sky Conference tournament appearances, and averaged 20 wins a season from 1997-2002, with a school best record of 21-6 in 1998. The MSU program also broke into the Pacific Region rankings (WCC, Pac-10, Big Sky) for the first time ever in 2000 and repeated that ranking again in 2002. “First of all, I am so excited and humbled,” stated Gantt. “It is a special situation where my experience and organization was able to override my absence from the game. The administrative staff sees clearly

that my plan is to get Gonzaga volleyball where we need it to be. I don’t think there would be a better fit for me personally. I am extremely humbled and very excited that Gonzaga has gracefully allowed me this opportunity.” Gantt was the Senior Associate Athletic Director for external operations at Montana State from 2003-05 and most recently was the Director of Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation for MSU-Northern from 2005-07. Having previous head coaching experience at Oregon State University and Northern Montana College, Gantt has accumulated a 216-160 (57.4 percent) career record during his 14-year head coaching career. Gantt previously served as head coach at Oregon State from 1991-93. During his two-year stint with the Beavers, Gantt led OSU to a 29-36 mark in the Pacifi-10 Conference, which is considered one of the best volleyball leagues in the country. Prior to being named head coach at Oregon State, Gantt was an assistant with the USA Men’s National Team from 1990-91. Gantt’s duties were to develop new and unknown players and join them with more experienced athletes for major international competitions such as the World Championships and the Goodwill Games. Gantt’s first collegiate head coaching job was at Northern Montana from 1988-89. He was awarded the 1989 Frontier Conference Coach of the Year honor after guiding the Sky Lights to a 24-14 record and the league title. The California native began his collegiate career as an assistant coach at Montana State under the tutelage of Bill Neville, the former USA Men’s National Team head coach. Gantt entered the volleyball coaching ranks at Belgrade (Mont.) High School from 1982-88. He guided the Panthers to an overall mark of 125-36 during his tenure. A 1978 graduate of the University of Great Falls, Gantt received his master’s degree in physical education from Montana State in 1983. He is a member of the America Volleyball Coaches Association and USA Volleyball (USAV). Gantt and his wife, Mary, have two children, Ryan and Alissa.

Dave Gantt’s Collegiate Coaching Record Year 1989 1989 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Career Career Career Career

School Northern Montana State Northern Montana State Oregon State University Oregon State University Montana State University Montana State University Montana State University Montana State University Montana State University Montana State University Montana State University Montana State University Montana State University All Schools (15 years) Northern Montana (2 years) Oregon State (2 years) Montana State (9 years)

Record 4-14 24-14 14-18 15-18 7-21 16-10 16-12 19-12 21-6 20-10 21-8 18-7 21-10 216-160 (.574) 28-28 (.500) 29-36 (.446) 159-96. (624)

Conf. Rec. 0-8 7-1 5-13 2-16 2-12 5-9 7-9 9-7 11-5 10-6 10-6 8-6 10-4 86-102 (.457) 7-9 (.438) 7-29 (.194) 72-64 (.529)

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Assistant Coach Abby Bennett Fourth Year at Gonzaga; Gonzaga University, 2003 Abby Bennett enters her fourth season as an assistant coach with Gonzaga University in 2009. During this past spring, Bennett was promoted to first assistant after serving the program for three seasons. Prior to her time with the Bulldogs she was an assistant coach for one season at Central Washington University. Bennett, a four-year starter for the Bulldogs from 2000-03, ranks in the top 10 in the Zags career record book for block assists (4th, 341), block solos (5th, 87), total blocks (4th, 428), total kills (7th, 1,140) and attack attempts (9th, 2,917). She also holds the singlematch record for total blocks in a game with 15 and assisted blocks with 13; both recorded against Portland in 2002. While an assistant with Central Washington, Bennett helped guide the Wildcats to the 2005 Great Northwest Athletic Conference championship and to the second round of the NCAA Division II regionals. Central Washington closed out the season with a 23-5 overall record,

including a 16-2 finish in conference. A 2003 graduate of Gonzaga with a bachelor of science degree in sociology, Bennett has also been a coach for the Gonzaga volleyball summer camp for the past seven years and is a coach for the Spokane Storm. The former Abby Cullen was married to Steve Bennett, an assistant baseball coach at Gonzaga, on July 25, 2008. They are the proud parents of Cullen Bennett (2009). “As I spoke with people during the hiring process it became obvious to me that I kept describing Coach Bennett,” explained head coach Dave Gantt. “She is a Gonzaga alum and has very strong ties to the University. She has a very good sense of where the program has been and has quickly shifted her paradigm relative to where we think the program should be. As a former GU athlete, Abby has a very solid awareness of what should be happening in the classroom and on the court, and in my short time in the program I have developed a greater sense of trust in her abilities. She is a Bulldog through and through and has provided wonderful stability and continuity during this transition.”

Assistant Coach Brynn Murphy Third Year at Gonzaga; UCLA, 2005 Brynn Murphy begins her third season as a member of the Gonzaga University women’s volleyball staff and first season as an assistant coach. Murphy spent the prior two seasons with the Bulldogs as a volunteer assistant coach. Murphy was a four-year starter at UCLA from 2001-04. She closed out her career ninth in the Bruins record book in block assists (225), 10th in total blocks (373) and 17th in total kills (1,242). Murphy was named to the Pacific-10 All-Freshman squad her first season at UCLA and went on to earn All-Pacific-10 first team accolades as a junior and honorable mention honors her senior season. Murphy helped UCLA to four straight NCAA Tournaments, including three NCAA Regional Finals. The Bruins had an 86-43 (66.7 percentage) overall record over Murphy’s four years and won 20-plus matches each season. “We are very fortunate that our program is in a position to attract an up and coming young coach of Brynn’s caliber,” stated head coach Dave Gantt. “Her volleyball background speaks for itself, as she has competed at the highest collegiate level available in the U.S. What spoke louder

to me than her credibility in the world of volleyball is her selfless everyday nature. As evidenced by her role as a volunteer assistant for the past two years, she is a very giving human being and an extremely positive role model for our student-athletes. I am excited to work with her.” After her four-year playing career, Murphy served as an undergraduate assistant coach for the Bruins during 2005. She has also coached multiple club teams, including being a head coach of South Bay Volleyball Club (Carson, Calif.) and is currently the assistant coach for the Splash Volleyball Club in Spokane. Murphy earned a bachelor’s of arts in history from UCLA in 2005 and is on pace to gain her master’s in sports and athletic administration from Gonzaga.

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Assistant Coach Allen Allen First Year at Gonzaga; University of Hawaii, 1996 Allen Allen begins his first year as a volunteer assistant coach with the Gonzaga University volleyball squad. “One of my first jobs with USA Volleyball was to be aware of the available collegiate talent and there was no question Allen possessed the talent for international level competition,” stated head coach Dave Gantt. “I had the pleasure of interacting with Al over the next few years as we worked to elevate the USA Men’s National Team program. During that time I saw him grow into one of the best outside hitters on the international stage, and as we traveled the world together I got to know him on every level. Since that time, he has gone on to play professionally in Europe and was a mainstay on the Bud Light pro tour in the United States for many years. I am very comfortable saying that he is the type of person we want involved with our staff. As a competitor, as a coach, as a human being and as a friend, he is top notch. He will be a great ambassador for the Gonzaga volleyball program.” Allen was a four-year member of the University of Hawaii men’s volleyball program from 1986-89. While a player at Hawaii the Warriors compiled a 70-28 overall record and a 53-23 record in conference. Allen was named a first team All-American in 1988 and 1989 and a second team All-American selection in 1987. He earned All-California Inter-

collegiate Volleyball Association (CIVA) honorable mention as a freshman, and All-Western Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (WIVA) first-team as a sophomore, junior and senior. He still holds the career records for solo blocks (112), is second in kill attempts (3,151) and digs (739) and third in kills (1,483). After his playing days at Hawaii, Allen began his four-year stint with the United States National Team. He went on to play professionally in the FIVB Beach Volleyball Series, the European Professional Volleyball League and the Bud-Light Professional Volleyball League. Allen officially retired from professional competition in 1998. Allen’s coaching career started in 1993 when he was an assistant coach with his alma mater for one year. Two years later in 1995, Allen became the head coach for the Samoan men’s and women’s National Team. He went on to become the head women’s volleyball coach at Alliant University in San Diego, Calif., before founding the Allen Allen Club Volleyball in 2004. Allen helmed Alliant for three seasons (2003-2005) and continued to run the Allen Allen Club Volleyball program until August; when he officially joined the Gonzaga staff. Allen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Hawaii in 1996 and his special education teaching credential from California State San Marcos in 2001. Allen is married to Melissa, who is the girl’s varsity basketball head coach at Mount Spokane High School.

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2009 - A New Chapter The book on Gonzaga University women’s volleyball is vast; chapters include everything from West Coast Conference Players of the Year Lisa Petticord and Kelley Cunningham, to the 1990 Gonzaga NCAA Tournament Team, to the toughness of playing in the West Coast Conference. The book will now hold a new chapter titled ‘Shift in Culture: The Dave Gantt Era’. Dave Gantt, former head coach at both Oregon State University and Montana State University, was handed the reins to the Bulldog squad in January of 2009; becoming just the fifth head coach in program history. Gantt takes over a program that hasn’t finished higher than seventh in the West Coast Conference in seven years and a program that has only had double-digit wins in three of those seasons. “There are a number of clichés’ that best describe our goals this season,” said Gantt four days into preseason. “They are quite simple in principle, yet have a very significant impact on our development as a team. Staying healthy would be number one, as we have little depth in certain positions. Number two would be to learn how to compete at a level that allows us a chance to win every set. This will help begin to shift the culture of the program and develop a paradigm that will allow us to see ourselves as a successful and worthy volleyball program.” Gantt has three key seniors that will play a vital role in the newest chapter of Gonzaga Volleyball: fifth year senior outside hitter Michelle Boevers, right side hitter Layne Brosky and a jack of all trades Emily Johnson. Boevers closed out her junior campaign second on the team in both kills (319) and kills per set (2.73) and needs just 78 more to join the exclusive 1,000-Kill Club. “As a fifth year senior, and one of the better athletes in the WCC, it’s entirely up to Michelle how she approaches her final season,” explained Gantt. “She has done some nice work over the summer and enters fall camp penciled in as a starter at outside hitter. Within our culture and system, Number 7 will be very impactive as she possesses the ‘gifts’ to be a very high lever player. With the mindset and responses she exhibited late last spring, she could have a ‘no regrets’ season and be a major difference maker during the 2009 campaign.” Brosky, the Zags leader both on and off the court, increased her hitting percentage tremendously last season, closing out the year hitting .265 with 252 kills. Brosky is the lone Zag returner to garner a WCC accolade last season, being named honorable mention All-Conference. “The ‘professor’ has been a constant fixture on the right side for the last three seasons,” stated Gantt. “Possessing a very steady and enjoyable personality, Layne will be a major component of the glue that will hold this team together. With a tireless work ethic, she’s averaged a little over 2.00 kills per set during her career and we need to keep her as involved with the offense as possible so she is an even bigger threat in her final season. The coaching staff knows she’s ready to have a great senior season.” The final member of GU’s senior triumvirate, Johnson is explosive both offensively and defensively. She finished her junior campaign with 259 digs, second on the squad, along with 212 kills and 18 service aces. “Emily will be competing for time as an outside hitter, right side hitter, and libero this season,” said Gantt. “Her dynamic athleticism allows her the potential to play a key role and be an integral part of our system this fall. Clearing her mind so she can ‘be in the now’ will allow her to be quick, jump high, hit hard, and score points. That was our mantra and challenge during the spring and it will continue to be our main focus for her as we begin fall camp. Staying in ‘real time’ and directing her attention to things she controls will allow Emily to have a breakout final season.”

Other returnees looking to make an impact in 2009 are middle blocker Caitlin Cozad, defensive specialists/liberos Allyson Powell and Laura Day, and setters Denise Van de Mortel and Kelsey Bashaw. Cozad, the lone returning middle for the Bulldogs, finished her junior season second on the team in blocks with 89 total and added 164 kills and 37 digs. “’The ‘silent one’ will need to use her speed, agility and heart. Utilizing those tools will allow her to be successful at the necessary level of play,” said Gantt. “Caitlin has the potential to be very effective night after night and will be called on to ‘up her game’ to become ‘automatic’ and therefore a consistent threat when she’s on the court. We’re looking forward to witnessing her growth.” Powell and Day will shore up the openings in the Zags defense; both vying for either the libero spot or defensive specialists spot on the court. Powell played all 117 sets as a sophomore, finishing the season with 1.79 digs per set, while Day saw action in 114 sets as a freshman, tallying 1.47 digs per set, along with serving up 16 aces. “A ‘hard rock miner’ comes to mind when describing Ally’s involvement,” said Gantt. “She has the right mindset to handle a defensive role and the personality to smile throughout the process of elevating her game. Ally’s size and presence is determined by the cumulative effect of all she contributes and is not measured in feet and inches. “Laura is also in a defensive role and will be hoping to expand her skill set. Consistent passing and defensive play certainly describe Laura and will bode well for her as she strives to increase strength and quickness to become a more dynamic player.” Bashaw and Van de Mortel will battle for the starting setter position, as Bashaw ended the spring season as the number one setter after Van de Mortel missed most of the spring practices. “We need Kelsey to continue to perform well to lead our team through the fall,” explained Gantt. “She can be a perfectionist and a little tough on herself at times, but will have every opportunity to continue to gain momentum and improve as we move through the different phases of the season. “After an interesting freshman year, Denise has gained the physical and psychological maturity to be more confident in her role running our team. From the first day of fall camp she will be competing for playing time and that is always healthy as we strive to raise the level of play in our program.” The Zags welcome four newcomers to the squad in 2009; three middle hitters in Jessie Genger, Meredith Crenshaw and Nikki Lowell, and one outside hitter in Terran Poindexter. “We will have our challenges with three young middles, but we expect someone will raise their level of play and be a factor this season,” explained Gantt. “Also, Terran could push for some quality time this year as a freshman.” Helping coach Gantt in changing the culture of Gonzaga Volleyball this season are three talented assistant coaches. Abby Bennett enters her fourth year as an assistant, while Brynn Murphy begins her third year and Allen Allen is in his first with the Zags. “It is not often that such a solid group of people would avail themselves to the task we’re faced with, but I can attest to our new staff being one on the finest,” stated Gantt. “Having solid core principles as people and possessing a very clear vision of how good volleyball programs operate, our International, All-American, Pacific-10, and WCC accolades and experiences will provide solid leadership for our student athletes.”

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Bulldog Roster

No 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 16 17 18 19

Name Pos Kelsey Bashaw * S Caitlin Cozad * MB Denise Van de Mortel S Meredith Crenshaw MB Terran Poindexter OH Michelle Boevers * OH Allyson Powell DS/L Jessie Genger MB Layne Brosky RS Emily Johnson OH Brittney Beatty DS Kaprina Goodwin OH Nicole Lowell MB Laura Day DS/L

Ht 6-0 5-10 5-9 6-2 5-9 5-11 5-7 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-7 6-0 5-9 5-8

Cl JR JR SO FR FR SR JR FR SR SR JR SO FR SO

Exp 1V 1V 1V HS HS 3V 2V HS 2V 3V 2V 1V HS 1V

Hometown/High School/Club Team Salem, OR/Blanchet Catholic/Salem Hermiston, OR/Hermiston/Columbia Juniors Temecula, CA/Murrieta Valley/951 Elite Yorba Linda, CA/El Dorado/Empire Hesperia, CA/Sultana/951 Elite Edmond, OK/Edmond Santa Fe/Oklahoma Elite Selah, WA/Selah/Casecade Kent, WA/Kentwood/Kent Juniors Bakersfield, CA/Stockdale/Cal-West Chatsworth, CA/Los Angeles Baptist/Santa Monica Beach West Linn, OR/West Linn/Portland Northport, WA/Northport/VIP Claremont, CA/Claremont/San Gabriel Elite Torrance, CA/West/South Bay

* Indicates Redshirt Year Used Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Dave Gantt (University of Great Falls, 1978 - 1st Year) Abby Bennett (Gonzaga University, 2003 - 4th Year) Brynn Murphy (UCLA, 2005 - 1st Year, 3rd Overall) Vol. Assistant Coach: Allen Allen (University of Hawaii, 1996 - 1st Year) Athletic Trainer: Leanne Stockton (Eastern Washington University, 1987 - 11th Year) www.GoZags.com * www.twitter.com/GonzagaBulldogs

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7 Michelle Boevers Outside Hitter * 65-11 * Senior * Edmond, Okla.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in volleyball playing for coach Will Ethridge at Edmond Santa Fe High...holds single-season school records for attack percentage (.387) and blocks (117)...collected 511 kills with a .364 attack percentage during senior season as she was named the Oklahoma State 5A Tournament MVP, leading her team to a 47-6 record and state title...Gatorade Player of the Year for Oklahoma...All-State as a junior and senior...All-City as a junior and senior...three-time first-team All-Metro Conference selection...also earned one varsity letter in soccer and one varsity letter in track running the 800 meters. Michelle Boevers’ Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2005): Played in 24 matches, 87 games...suffered season-ending anterior cruciate ligament injury during Oct. 22 match at Pepperdine...ranked second on team with 296 kills despite missing final seven matches of the season...had double-figure kills in 15 of 24 matches... connected for 20 or more kills in four matches with a season-high 25 against UC Davis at the Ruby’s Invitational in Missoula, Mont...had best defensive match with seven digs against Washington State (9/13)...helped Bulldogs end two long streaks with 24 kills in win at Washington State (9/24) and 19 kills in win over No. 25 Saint Mary’s (10/15)...win over Washington State ended 15-year losing streak to the Cougars...win over Saint Mary’s marked first win over a ranked opponent since the 1993 season...season-

ence action...tallied 18 kills in two matches; versus Bowling Green (9/7) and at Loyola Marymount University (11/1)...had 17 kills against Saint Mary’s (10/27) and 16 kills at New Mexico (9/8).

high seven blocks against San Francisco (10/14)...ranked ninth in the West Coast Conference in kills-pergame with 3.44, ranked second among WCC freshmen in that category. SOPHOMORE (2006): Suffered anterior cruciate ligament injury during summer...received medical redshirt.

Misc: 3.65 high school GPA...National Honor Society...staff writer for student newspaper...played for Oklahoma Elite volleyball club team.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2007): Played and started in all 30 matches, 104 games...was second on the squad in kills (307) and third in kills per game (2.95)...15 service aces, 98 digs, 19 solo blocks and 32 block assists...18 double-figure kill games, including 10 of 14 in West Coast Confer-

Michelle Boevers’ Career Statistics

Career Match Highs Kills: 25, vs. UC Davis (9/10/05) Assists: 2, on four occasions Digs: 7, on four occasions Aces: 5, at Montana (9/3/07) Blocks: 7, vs. San Francisco (10/14/05)

Season

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k

2005 2007 2008 TOTAL

87-24 104-30 117-31 308-85

296 307 319 922

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ta

pct

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sa/s

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3.40 2.95 2.73 2.99

138 109 122 369

814 821 913 2548

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7 10 7 24

0.08 0.10 0.06 0.08

0 15 0 15

0.00 0.14 0.00 0.05

0 34 0 34

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bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2005 2007 2008 TOTAL

58 98 52 208

0.67 0.94 0.44 0.68

1 5 0 6

8 19 12 39

34 32 28 94

42 51 40 133

0.48 0.49 0.34 0.43

7 7 10 24

0 4 1 5

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JUNIOR (2008): Played in all 31 matches, 117 sets...was second on the team in kills (319) and kills per set (2.73)...added 12 solo blocks, 28 block assists, 52 digs and seven assists... had double-digit kills in 18 matches, including seven in West Coast Conference action...had a season-high 16 kills three times; vs. North Dakota State University (8/30), the University of Idaho (9/17) and Santa Clara University (10/11)... tallied 15 kills three times; versus Boise State University (9/5), Virginia Commonwealth University (9/19) and at Loyola Marymount (10/18)... had a season-high five blocks against Weber State University (9/13)...tallied a season-high six digs against Weber State (9/13).


13 Layne Brosky Right Side * 5-11 * Senior * Bakersfield, Calif. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball for coach Maria Collatz at Stockdale High in Bakersfield, Calif., earning four varsity letters...named Southwest Yosemite League Rookie of the Year in 2002 and earned All-League honors all four years...named second-team All-Area as a freshman, sophomore and junior...first-team All-Area as a senior...averaged 7.4 kills per match with a .460 attack percentage during senior season...helped team earn a No. 4 seed in the California Central Section Division I Tournament, losing in CCS quarterfinals...won 2005 Jockey Club Award. Layne Brosky’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2006): Played in 26 matches, 90 games...came out of the gates strong, finishing with doubledigit kills in three out of GU’s first four matches...closed out the season with 171 kills, 53 digs, 51 blocks, nine service aces and eight assists...had seven double-digit kill contests, including a career-high 17 against North Dakota State (8/26)...collected 14 kills, along with four digs and two blocks against Saint Mary’s (11/16)...finished with a career-high six blocks against Idaho (10/3)...had a career-high seven digs versus Loyola Marymount (10/26). SOPHOMORE (2007): Played in 29 matches, 101 games...204 kills, 47 digs, 55 blocks, six service aces and

also contributed 21 assists, 44 digs and 41 total blocks...registered 13 doubledigit kill matches, including seven in WCC action...tallied a career-tying high 17 kills in both matches against the University of San Francisco (10/4 & 10/30)...finished with 15 kills and five digs at Washington State University (9/10)...had three block assists on five different occasions...tabbed WCC honorable mention...named to WCC All-Academic fall team. Misc.: 3.6 high school GPA...honor roll...National Honor Society... California Scholastic Federation... played club volleyball for Cal-West.

22 assists...had seven double-figure kill contests, including a season-high 12 against both Bowling Green State University (9/7) and Pepperdine University (10/4)...finished with 11 kills and four block assists against Sam Houston State University (9/15)... collected nine kills, a career-high 10 digs, along with two block assists and three service aces against Saint Mary’s College (10/27).

Career Match Highs Kills: 17, on three occasions Assists: 4, on two occasions Digs: 10, vs. Saint Mary’s (10/27/07) Aces: 3, vs. Saint Mary’s (10/27/06) Blocks: 6, on three occasions

JUNIOR (2008): Played in all 30 matches, including 114 sets...was second on the squad in hitting percentage (.265) and third in kills (252)...

Layne Brosky’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

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se

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

90-26 101-29 114-30 305-85

171 204 252 627

1.90 2.02 2.21 2.06

61 107 88 256

432 525 618 1575

.2 5 5 .1 8 5 .2 6 5 .2 3 6

8 22 21 51

0.09 0.22 0.18 0.17

9 6 3 18

0.10 0.06 0.03 0.06

13 11 6 30

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

53 47 44 144

0.59 0.47 0.39 0.47

2 1 5 8

3 3 4 10

48 52 37 137

51 55 41 147

0.57 0.54 0.36 0.48

6 8 3 17

2 2 1 5

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14 Emily Johnson Outside Hitter * 5-10 * Senior * Chatsworth, Calif. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball for coach Val Pryor at Los Angeles Baptist High earning four varsity letters... first-team All-Alpha League selection as a junior and senior after garnering second-team honors as a sophomore...named team MVP as a junior and senior...Best Offensive Player in 2003...Lancer Invitational All-Tournament team in 2003-05...averaged 24 kills and 18 digs per match as a senior while hitting .430...had season best of 44 kills on 67 attempts with only three errors against rival St. Bernard’s during senior year...helped team earn berth in California Southern Section Division IV-AA Tournament. Emily Johnson’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2006): Played in 27 matches, 92 games...was a strong contributor right away for the Bulldogs...finished the sesaon with 218 kills, 63 digs, 42 blocks and 10 service aces...had double-digit kills in 13 matches, including seven in West Coast Conference action...finished with a career-high 15 kills against Loyola Marymount (10/26)...had 14 kills and six digs at Montana (9/19)... finished with a double-double of 13 kills and a career-high 11 digs versus Idaho (10/3). SOPHOMORE (2007): Saw action in 19 matches, 29 games...35 kills, 10 digs, five service aces and three block

double-digit kills contests and 13 double-figure digs matches...tallied a season-high 13 kills against the University of Idaho (9/17)...finished with 11 kills four times; versus North Dakota State (8/30), against San Diego State University (9/13) and in both contests against Loyola Marymount University (10/18 & 11/13)...collected a career-high 18 digs versus Portland State University (9/5)...had 16 digs in a five-set match at Washington State University (9/10)...had a career-high three service aces against Virginia Commonwealth (9/19).

assists...had seven kills and one block assist against Morgan State University (9/1)...finished with four kills, two service aces, four digs and one block assist against Alcorn State University (9/14)...collected four kills and one dig at TCU (9/15).

Misc.: 3.9 high school GPA...honor roll...California Scholarship Federation...2005 Homecoming Queen... brother R.J. played baseball at Pierce JC...cousin Dane Watts played basketball at Creighton University...played club volleyball for Santa Monica Beach.

JUNIOR (2008): Played in 30 matches, including 111 sets...finished second on the team in digs (259) and fourth in kills (212)...also had 18 assists, 18 service aces, and 38 total blocks...finished the season with five double-double matches, seven

Career Match Highs Kills: 15, on two occasions Assists: 3, vs. Portland State (9/5/08) Digs: 18, vs. Portland State (9/5/08) Aces: 3, vs. Virginia Commonwealth (9/19/08) Blocks: 5, on two occasions

Emily Johnson’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

92-27 29-19 111-30 232-76

218 35 212 465

2.37 1.21 1.91 2.00

140 18 135 293

721 94 648 1463

.1 0 8 .1 8 1 .1 1 9 .1 1 8

2 0 18 20

0.02 0.00 0.16 0.09

10 5 18 33

0.11 0.17 0.16 0.14

42 13 32 87

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

63 10 259 332

0.68 0.34 2.33 1.43

2 1 37 40

7 0 14 21

35 3 24 62

42 3 38 83

0.46 0.10 0.34 0.36

6 3 7 16

1 1 0 2

2009 Gonzaga University Women’s Volleyball

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1 Kelsey Bashaw Setter * 6-0 * Junior * Salem, Ore. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in volleyball playing for coach Sherrie Bashaw at Blanchet Catholic High…as a senior named Blanchet High female athlete of the year…twotime captain…named Tri-River Conference player of the year in 2006… three-time All-Tri River Conference first-team…three-time All-2A State selection…earned four varsity letters in basketball, two varsity letters in softball and one letter in tennis. Kelsey Bashaw’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2006): Redshirted at Gonzaga. RS-FRESHMAN (2007): Suffered a season-ending injury prior to the 2007 campaign. SOPHOMORE (2008): Played in 28 matches, including 84 sets...finished second on the team in service aces with 19...added seven kills, six assists, 14 digs and two block assists... tallied four service aces in a five-set setback to Eastern Washington University (10/13)...collected five digs against UTEP in the Gonzaga University Tournament (9/12)...had two kills against Virginia Commonwealth University (9/19)...finished with a block in both matches against Washington State and Weber State University (9/13).

Career Match Highs Kills: 2, vs. Virginia Commonwealth (9/19/08) Assists: 2, vs. UTEP (9/12/08) Digs: 5, at Washington State (9/10/08) Aces: 4, vs. Eastern Wash. (10/13/08) Blocks: 1, on two occasions

Misc: 3.5 high school GPA.

Kelsey Bashaw’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2008 TOTAL

84-28 84-28

7 7

0.08 0.08

1 1

13 13

.4 6 2 .4 6 2

6 6

0.07 0.07

19 19

0.23 0.23

13 13

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2008 TOTAL

14 14

0.17 0.17

0 0

0 0

2 2

2 2

0.02 0.02

0 0

0 0

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3 Caitlin Cozad Middle Blocker * 5-10 * Junior * Hermiston, Ore.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball for coaches Kay Edwards and Darci Wellsandt at Hermiston High, earning three varsity letters...first-team AllIntermountain Conference selection as a senior, second-team honoree as a junior...averaged double figures in kills and blocks as a senior...posted 24 kills and 16 blocks in five game win over Pendleton High as a junior... season high of 22 kills and 13 blocks in win over Bend as a senior...played one season with current GU middle blocker Briawna Mueller...also earned three varsity letters in basketball.

State University (9/10) and at Loyola Marymount University (10/18). Misc.: 3.96 high school GPA... National Honor Society...grandfather Phillip Cozad played professional baseball in the Cincinnati Reds organization...father Robert competed in swimming at Portland State University and Oregon State University...uncle John Cox wrestled at Southern Oregon University...played club volleyball for Columbia Juniors.

Caitlin Cozad’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2006): Redshirted at Gonzaga. RS-FRESHMAN (2007): Saw action in 20 matches, 34 games...46 kills, 24 total blocks, five digs and two assists... had one double-figure kill contest... finished with a career-high 12 kills, along with one dig and one block assist against Alcorn State University (9/14)...had six kills, four blocks and one dig against the University of San Diego (11/15)...tallied five kills, five blocks and one dig at the University of Idaho (9/18). SOPHOMORE (2008): Played in all 31 matches for the Bulldogs, including 116 sets...was fifth on the squad in kills (164)...second in total blocks

(89)...tied a career high in kills with 12 in Zags 3-2 victory over Loyola Marymount University (11/13)...had 10 kills on three different occasions; against UTEP (9/12) and San Diego State University (9/13) (both in the Gonzaga University Tournament) and at the University of Portland (10/25)... finished with a career-high eight blocks (six block assists, two solo blocks) against Weber State University (9/13)...tallied six blocks on two occasions; against the University of San Francisco (10/30) and versus Portland (11/22)...collected a career-high four digs on two occasions; at Washington

Career Match Highs Kills: 12, on two occasions Assists: 2, vs. Santa Clara (10/11/08) Digs: 4, on two occasions Aces: 0 Blocks: 8, vs. Weber State (9/13/08)

Caitlin Cozad’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

1-1 34-20 116-31 151-52

1 46 164 211

1.00 1.35 1.41 1.40

0 14 64 78

1 110 409 520

1.000 .2 9 1 .2 4 4 .2 5 6

0 2 5 7

0.00 0.06 0.04 0.05

0 0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0 1 6 7

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

0 5 37 42

0.00 0.15 0.32 0.28

0 0 2 2

0 6 16 22

0 18 73 91

0 24 89 113

0.00 0.71 0.77 0.75

0 4 6 10

0 1 1 2

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8 Allyson Powell Defensive Specialist/Libero * 5-7 * Junior * Selah, Wash. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at Selah High School earning three varsity letters...named first-team all-league all three years on varsity... earned first-team All-State 3A in both 2005 and 2A in 2006...named Player of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year...helped Selah to the 3A State Championship in 2005 and the 2A State Championship in 2006...also played basketball and softball. Allyson Powell’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2007): Played in 29 matches, 91 games...finished second on the squad in service aces (26) and fourth in digs (154)...had four double-figure digs games...finished with a career-high 18 digs against the University of Portland (10/13)... tallied 12 digs against Sam Houston State University (9/15)...finished with 10 digs against both Bowling Green State University (9/7) and Northern Colorado University (9/7)...had four service aces at TCU (9/15) and against Loyola Marymount University (10/6). SOPHOMORE (2008): Saw action in all 31 matches and 117 sets for the Bulldogs...finished fourth on the team in digs (210) and service aces (14)...registered six double-digit digs contests...had a season-high 16 digs against Virginia Commonwealth Univeristy (9/19) in the Pittsburgh University Tournament...collected 15 digs in the

Zags five-set victory over ranked University of San Francisco (10/30)... had two service aces on four different occasions; against Idaho (9/17), versus Eastern Michigan University (9/20), at San Francisco (10/4) and against Loyola Marymount University (11/13). Misc.: 3.975 GPA...four-year mathlete...scholar athlete...Character Award (2005, 2006, 2007)...brother Chase Powell plays baseball at the University of Portland.

Career Match Highs Kills: 1 on two occasoins Assists: 3, on two occasions Digs: 18, vs. Portland (10/13/07) Aces: 4, on two occasions Blocks: 1, at San Diego (10/2)

Allyson Powell’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2007 2008 TOTAL

91-29 117-31 208-60

0 3 3

0.00 0.03 0.01

2 6 8

5 16 21

-.400 -.188 -.238

17 21 38

0.19 0.18 0.18

26 14 40

0.29 0.12 0.19

23 15 38

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2007 2008 TOTAL

154 210 364

1.69 1.79 1.75

21 23 44

0 1 1

0 1 1

0 2 2

0.00 0.02 0.01

0 2 2

1 6 7

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16 Brittney Beatty Defensive Specialist * 5-7 * Junior * West Lion, Ore. side (8/30) and at Loyola Marymount (10/18).

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the West Linn High volleyball team...team captian junior and senior year...two-time second-team All-League honoree (2005, 2006)... was a part of four-straight league championships...helped West Linn win the OSAA 4A State Championship as a freshman...West Linn placed third at the OSAA 4A State Championship in 2004...was also a member of the track team. Brittney Beatty’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2007): Played in seven matches, nine games...seven digs, one assist and one service ace...had a career-high three digs against Morgan State University (9/1)...collected two digs at the University of Portland (11/10).

Misc.: 3.5 high school GPA...National Honor Society...mother Cherie Beatty played tennis at Oregon State University.

Career Match Highs Kills: 0 Assists: 1, vs. Morgan State (9/1/07) Digs: 3, vs. Morgan State (9/1/07) Aces: 1, vs. Santa Clara (10/25/07) Blocks: 0

SOPHOMORE (2008): Played in 12 matches for the Zags, including 13 sets...had a season-high two digs against North Dakota State University (8/30)...had one dig against UC River-

Brittney Beatty’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2007 2008 TOTAL

9-7 13-12 22-19

0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00

0 0 0

0 0 0

.0 0 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 0

1 0 1

0.11 0.00 0.05

1 0 1

0.11 0.00 0.05

0 0 0

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2007 2008 TOTAL

7 4 11

0.78 0.31 0.50

1 2 3

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00

0 0 0

0 0 0

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4 Denise Van de Mortel Setter * 5-9 * Sophomore * Temecula, CA HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at Murrieta Valley High School... helped Murrieta Valley to a 26-5 overall record as a senior and an 8-2 mark in the Southwestern League...played in 90 games as a senior, registering 67 kills, 34 aces, 54 solo blocks, 53 block assists, 226 digs and 836 total assists... was a three-time Southwestern League All-Academic selection and earned first-team All-Southwestern League honors once and second-team honors twice...also was a member of the track and field team and the soccer squad. Denise Van de Mortel’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2008): Was the Bulldogs starting setter, playing in all 31 matches and 117 sets... her 1,206 assists rankes her eighth in the Zags single-season record book and career record book...was third in digs (248) and blocks (70) and tied for third in service aces (18) ...finished with nine double-doubles (assists/ digs) to her credit...had double-figure assists in all 31 contests...had 50 or more assists six times...passed out a career-high 65 assists at Washington State University (9/10)...added 18 digs against WSU...had a career-high 20 digs versus Virginia Commonwealth (9/19)...collected 15 digs and dished out 58 assists against Loyola Marymount University (11/13)...had six blocks versus Boise State University (9/5) and at Washington State...served up three aces against Virginia Commonwealth...tallied a career-high six kills, along with 44 asssits, eight digs

and six blocks at Boise State (9/5). Misc: 3.9 high school GPA...honor roll...California Scholarship Federation member.

Career Match Highs Kills: 6, vs. Boise State (9/5/08) Assists: 65, at Washington State (9/10/08) Digs: 20, vs. VCU (9/19/08) Aces: 3, vs VCU (9/19/08) Blocks: 6, on two occasions

Denise Van de Mortel’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2008 TOTAL

117-31 117-31

52 52

0.44 0.44

24 24

170 170

.1 6 5 .1 6 5

1206 1206

10.31 10.31

18 18

0.15 0.15

31 31

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2008 TOTAL

248 248

2.12 2.12

1 1

11 11

59 59

70 70

0.60 0.60

8 8

19 19

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17 Karpina Goodwin Outside Hitter * 6-0 * Sophomore * Northport, Wash. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at Northport High School...closed out her senior year at Northport with 378 kills, 200 digs, 173 blocks, 141 aces and 12 assists while leading Northport to a fifth place finish at the Washington State1B tournament... Northport also earned a fifth place finish at the state tournament in 2006...played basketball, eclipsing the 1,000-point plateau.

Francisco (10/30) and the University of San Diego (11/1)...finished with one solo block in three different matches. Misc.: 3.9 high school GPA...Presidential Award.

Career Match Highs Kills: 6, vs. Santa Clara (11/11/08) Assists: 0 Digs: 2, on two occasions Aces: 0 Blocks: 1, on three occasions

Kaprina Goodwin’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2008): Saw action in 16 matches for the Bulldogs, including 21 sets...had a career-high six kills against Santa Clara University (10/11)...complied two kills against the University of San

Kaprina Goodwin’s Career Statistics Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2008 TOTAL

21-16 21-16

14 14

0.67 0.67

13 13

57 57

.0 1 8 .0 1 8

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

0.00 0.00

1 1

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2008 TOTAL

7 7

0.33 0.33

1 1

3 3

1 1

4 4

0.19 0.19

1 1

0 0

19 Laura Day Defensive Specialist/Libero * 5-8 * Sophomore * Torrance, Calif. cisco (10/4)...had a careeer-high three service aces against the University of Portland (11/22).

HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at West high School for Jen Haney and Kristie Sain...earned second team All-Pioneer League her senior season and was named to the first team All-Pioneer League her junior year...was also a member of the soccer squad...two-time first team All-Pionner League honoree.

Misc.: 4.16 high school GPA...Principal’s Honor Roll...Dean’s Citizenship list...California Scholarship Federation...sister Emily played volleyball for Loyola Marymount. Career Match Highs Kills: 1, on three occasions Assists: 2, vs. UTEP (9/12/08) Digs: 12, on two occasions Aces: 3, vs. Portland (11/22/07) Blocks: 0

Laura Day’s Collegiate Career FRESHMAN (2008): Played in 31 matches, including 114 sets...had double-digit digs in four contests...had a career-high 12 digs twice; at Washington State University (9/10) and at the University of San Fran-

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

2008 TOTAL

114-30 114-30

3 3

0.03 0.03

Laura Day’s Career Statistics e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

4 4

15 15

-.067 -.067

7 7

0.06 0.06

16 16

0.14 0.14

52 52

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2008 TOTAL

168 168

1.47 1.47

25 25

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

1 1

2009 Gonzaga University Women’s Volleyball

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5 Meredith Crenshaw Middle Blocker * 6-2 * Freshman * Yorba Linda, Calif. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at El Dorado High School...helped El Dorado to 20-8 overall record her senior season and a perfect 8-0 mark in the Century League... was voted Century League Most Valuable Player...led the team in both hitting and blocking her final season...outstanding senior season also led to her being named to the All-Orange County first team and All-CIF second team. Misc: 3.53 high school GPA...honor roll all four years...father Tony Crenshaw was a member of the water polo and swimming teams at Long Beach State...mother Stacy Crenshaw played volleyball at Cal State Long Beach.

6 Terran Poindexter Outside Hitter * 5-9 * Freshman * Hesperia, Calif. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at Sultana High School...was named AllMojave River League Player of the Year in 2008 after helping Sultana High to 15-7 overall record and a 6-2 mark in league play...garnered All-Mojave League honors her sophomore, junior and senior years... is a four-time scholar athlete honoree...was the squad’s captain her final two seasons. Misc.: 3.9 high school GPA...father Terrence Poindexter played basketball at North Dakota Wesleyan University...uncle Gregory Johnson played basketball at the University of Nevada, Reno...uncle Patrick Johnson played football at Kansas State University.

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12 Jessie Genger Middle Blocker * 5-11 * Freshman * Kent, Wash. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at Kentwood High all four years...holds the school record for aces in a match (14) and career hitting percentage (.293)...two-time South Puget Sound League Most Valuable Player...two-time All-State first team. Misc: 3.85 high school GPA...mother Barb Genger played basketball at the University of Montana...father Tres Genger played football at Western Montana University.

18 Nicole Lowell Middle Blocker * 5-9 * Freshman * Claremont, Calif. HIGH SCHOOL: Played volleyball at Claremont High School...earned All-Baseline League second-team honors her senior season...was tabbed All-Academic...named Best Offensive Player for the Wolfpack her final year. Misc.: 3.7 high school GPA...honor roll all four years.

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2008 Statistics Overall Record: 10-21

WCC: 3-11 Attack

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Player

1

BASHAW, Kelsey RENIUS, Elaina BROSKY, Layne COZAD, Caitlin TUATAGALOA, Tianna BOEVERS, Michelle VAN DE MORTEL,Denise JOHNSON, Emily GOODWIN, Kaprina BEATTY, Brittney PAGANINI, Cara DAY, Laura POWELL, Allyson DILLINGHAM, Paige TIKKER, Kelli LINEHAN, Chelsea GONZAGA BULLDOGS Opponents

18 13 3 11 7 5 14 17 16 9 19 8 4 12 10

sp

84 117 114 116 9 117 117 111 21 13 2 114 117 117 8 14 117 117

WCC ONLY

mp-ms 28-16 31-31 30-10 31-30 8-1 31-7 31-31 30-27 16-2 12-0 2-0 30-25 31-6 31-0 7-0 11-0 31-31 31-31

k

k/s

e

Set ta

pct

sa

7 0.08 1 13 .462 6 0.07 392 3.35 156 841 .281 9 0.08 252 2.21 88 618 .265 21 0.18 164 1.41 64 409 .244 5 0.04 2 0.22 0 9 .222 1 0.11 319 2.73 122 913 .216 7 0.06 52 0.44 24 170 .165 1206 10.31 212 1.91 135 648 .119 18 0.16 14 0.67 13 57 .018 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 3 0.03 4 15 -.067 7 0.06 3 0.03 6 16 -.188 21 0.18 0 0.00 13 30 -.433 21 0.18 0 0.00 2 3 -.667 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 2 -1.000 0 0.00 1420 12.14 630 3744 .211 1322 11.30 1504 12.85 602 3982 .227 1409 12.04

19 21 3 0 0 0 18 18 0 0 0 16 14 11 0 0 120 172

Home: 2-5

Attack Player

sp

mp-ms

1

BASHAW, Kelsey TUATAGALOA, Tianna BROSKY, Layne BOEVERS, Michelle RENIUS, Elaina COZAD, Caitlin JOHNSON, Emily VAN DE MORTEL,Denise GOODWIN, Kaprina TIKKER, Kelli BEATTY, Brittney POWELL, Allyson DAY, Laura DILLINGHAM, Paige LINEHAN, Chelsea GONZAGA BULLDOGS Opponents

25 3 50 50 50 49 45 50 14 4 7 50 50 50 8 50 50

11-5

11 13 7 18 3 14 5 17 12 16 8 19 4 10

3-1 14-8 14-2 14-14 14-13 13-11 14-14 9-2 4-0 7-0 14-1 14-13 14-0 5-0 14-14 14-14

k

k/s

a

e

pct

1 0.04 0 2 .500 2 0.67 0 4 .500 123 2.46 40 292 .284 143 2.86 48 396 .240 148 2.96 72 345 .220 56 1.14 29 163 .166 75 1.67 47 231 .121 21 0.42 16 78 .064 11 0.79 11 47 .000 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 .000 1 0.02 2 8 -.125 1 0.02 2 6 -.167 0 0.00 7 11 -.636 0 0.00 2 2 -1.000 582 11.64 276 1585 .193 705 14.10 234 1693 .278

a

Dig re

sa

0 0.00 0 0.00 9 0.18 5 0.10 3 0.06 3 0.06 8 0.18 497 9.94 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 7 0.14 2 0.04 9 0.18 0 0.00 543 10.86 658 13.16

4 0 2 0 10 0 7 8 0 0 0 7 7 4 0 49 68

Blocking dig/s

bs

ba

total

blk/s

be

bhe

0 14 0.23 13 1 93 0.18 32 5 44 0.03 6 2 37 0.00 6 1 1 0.00 0 0 52 0.00 0 1 248 0.15 31 259 0.16 32 37 1 7 0.00 1 2 4 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 168 0.14 52 25 210 0.12 15 23 417 0.09 45 59 1 1 0.00 2 4 10 0.00 0 1.03 235 172 1565 1.47 201 120 1438

0.17 0.79 0.39 0.32 0.11 0.44 2.12 2.33 0.33 0.31 0.00 1.47 1.79 3.56 0.12 0.71

0 39 4 16 1 12 11 14 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

2 75 37 73 2 28 59 24 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

2 114 41 89 3 40 70 38 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

0.02 0.97 0.36 0.77 0.33 0.34 0.60 0.34 0.19 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.00

0 21 3 6 0 10 8 7 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

0 5 1 1 0 1 19 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 0 0

13.38 12.29

101 77

302 420

252.0 287.0

2.15 2.45

58 70

35 28

se

Neutral: 0-0

Serve a/s

Neutral: 3-4

dig

sa/s

Away: 1-6

Set ta

Away: 1-10

Serve a/s

WCC: 3-11

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Home: 6-7

sa/s

Dig

Blocking

se

re

dig

dig/s

bs

ba

total

blk/s

be

bhe

0.16 4 0.00 0 0.04 6 0.00 0 0.20 12 0.00 5 0.16 15 0.16 16 0.00 0 0.00 1 0.00 0 0.14 5 0.14 19 0.08 20 0.00 0 0.98 103 1.36 93

0 0 3 0 1 2 10 1 1 0 0 12 12 19 2 68 49

1 1 16 23 37 21 105 88 1 0 6 102 62 170 4 637 619

0.04 0.33 0.32 0.46 0.74 0.43 2.33 1.76 0.14 0.00 0.43 2.04 1.24 3.40 0.50 12.74 12.38

0 0 3 7 11 7 8 5 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 45 34

0 2 16 11 22 31 9 18 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 110 180

0 2 19 18 33 38 17 23 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 100.0 124.0

0.00 0.67 0.38 0.36 0.66 0.78 0.38 0.46 0.00 0.00 0.21 0.04 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.00 2.48

0 0 1 6 11 6 4 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 34 25

0 0 1 1 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 15 9

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2008 Results 2008 Gonzaga Women's Volleyball GONZAGA BULLDOGS Match Results (as of Jun 05, 2009) All matches Date Aug 29 Aug 29 Aug 30 Aug 30 Sep 04 Sep 05 Sep 05 Sep 10 09/12/08 09/13/08 09/13/08 Sep 17 Sep 19 Sep 19 Sep 20 Oct 02 Oct 04 Oct 09 Oct 11 Oct 13 Oct 16 Oct 18 Oct 22 Oct 25 Oct 30 Nov 01 Nov 06 Nov 08 Nov 13 Nov 15 Nov 22

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Opponent vs Bradley at Montana vs North Dakota State vs UC Riverside at #9 Washington vs Portland State vs Boise State at Washington State UTEP MINERS SAN DIEGO ST AZTECS WEBER STATE WILDCATS IDAHO VANDALS at PITT vs VCU vs Eastern Michigan at #16 SAN DIEGO at Univ. San Francisco SAINT MARY'S GAELS SANTA CLARA BRONCOS EASTERN WASH. EAGLES at #16 Pepperdine at LMU SEATTLE REDHAWKS at Portland UNIV. SAN FRANCISCO SAN DIEGO at #22 SANTA CLARA BRONCOS at SAINT MARY'S GAELS LMU PEPPERDINE PORTLAND

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

Score-by-set 25-18,25-16,25-17 14-25,25-18,20-25,18-25 25-22,25-13,23-25,24-26,10-15 17-25,20-25,22-25 10-25,14-25,16-25 21-25,18-25,19-25 25-18,22-25,25-12,26-24 25-19,25-19,22-25,26-28,8-15 25-18,25-17,25-20 25-19,23-25,29-27,25-18 20-25,25-21,23-25,24-26 25-23,13-25,25-19,21-25,15-11 26-24,13-25,25-19,19-25,8-15 26-24,22-25,15-25,25-16,4-15 25-15,25-23,25-17 22-25,18-25,14-25 20-25,22-25,25-19,25-27 19-25,24-26,15-25 23-25,19-25,19-25 14-25,20-25,25-15,26-24,11-15 25-27,25-17,19-25,15-25 20-25,26-24,15-25,20-25 25-17,25-19,25-22 25-21,25-16,25-16 25-21,25-19,27-29,13-25,15-10 10-25,13-25,20-25 17-25,20-25,17-25 10-25,14-25,19-25 25-23,15-25,18-25,25-19,17-15 18-25,13-25,14-25 18-25,17-25,25-18,23-25

! - Montana Tournament - Missoula, MT # - Northwest Challenge - Seattle, WA

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: 3 sets: 4 sets: 5 sets:

W-L-T 10-21 3-11 6-7 1-10 3-4 5-10 2-6 3-5

Attend Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 31 13 11 7

Total 8110 3757 4192 161

Avg. 262 289 381 23

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Overall 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 3-6 4-6 4-7 5-7 5-8 5-9 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 6-13 6-14 6-15 6-16 7-16 8-16 9-16 9-17 9-18 9-19 10-19 10-20 10-21

Conf 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-6 1-6 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 3-9 3-10 3-11

Time 1:06 1:39 2:03 1:11 1:09 1:23 1:48 2:05 1:17 1:48 1:48 1:57 1:56 1:55 1:13 1:17 1:57 1:27 1:31 2:03 1:46 2:06 1:18 1:22 2:17 1:13 1:24 1:20 2:13 1:21 1:55

Att. 50 411 50 61 866

768 658 213 273 262

234 217 218 147 165 461 325 225 141 179 160 459 310 620 330 307


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Utah Valley WOLVERINES

2009 Opponents Utah State AGGIES

Weber State WILDCATS

Portland State VIKINGS

Aug. 28 @ Ogden, UT Weber State University Tournament

Aug. 29 @ Ogden, UT Weber State University Tournament

Aug. 29 @ Ogden, UT Weber State University Tournament

Sept. 4 @ Portland, OR Northwest Challenge

Location: Orem, UT Enrollment: 23,214 Conference: Great West President: Dr. Matthew S. Holland Athletic Director: Michael V. Jacobsen Volleyball SID: Jay Hinton Phone: (801) 863-6231 SID Fax: (801) 863-8813 E-Mail: jay.hinton@uvu.edu Web Site: www.wolverinegreen.com Volleyball Gym: Shurian Family Activity Center Press Row Number: (801) 362-1548

Location: Logan, UT Enrollment: 24,421 Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Stan Albrecht Athletic Director: Scott Barnes Volleyball SID: Doug Hoffman Phone: (435) 797-3714 SID Fax: (435) 797-2615 E-Mail: doug.hoffman@usu.edu Web Site: www.utahstateaggies.com Volleyball Gym: Dee Glen Smith Spectrum Press Row Number: (435) 797-3443

Location: Ogden, UT Enrollment: 21,000 Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. F. Ann Millner Athletic Director: Jerry Graybeal Volleyball SID: Paul Grua Phone: (801) 626-7414 SID Fax: (801) 626-6490 E-Mail: pgrua@weber.edu Web Site: www.weberstatesports.com Volleyball Gym: Swenson Press Row Number: n/a

Location: Portland, OR Enrollment: 27,000 Conference: Big Sky President: Wim Wiewel Athletic Director: Torre Chisholm Volleyball SID: Ryan Borde Phone: (503) 725-2525 SID Fax: n/a E-Mail: rborde@pdx.edu Web Site: www.GoViks.com Volleyball Gym: Peter W. Stott Center Press Row Number: (503) 725-5597

Head Coach: Sam Atoa Alma Mater: BYU, 1988 Record at UVU: 226-105 (10 Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Lacee Koelliker, Scott Lee

Head Coach: Grayson DuBose Alma Mater: BYU, 1993 Record at USU: 41-49 (Three Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Tom Peterson, Taubi Neves

Head Coach: Al Givens Alma Mater: Northern Arizona, 1983 Record at WSU: 193-283 (16 Years) Career Record: 345-420 (23 Years) Assistant: Stephanie Birch

Head Coach: Michael Seeman Alma Mater: Portland State, 1999 Record at PSU: 41-17 (Two Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Jeff Mozzochi, Katie Kaysinger

2008 Record: 14-12 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/3 Series Record: First Meeting

2008 Record: 11-17 2008 Conf. Record: 9-7 (4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Series Record: USU leads 3-1

2008 Record: 21-13 2008 Conf. Record: 9-7 (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 Series Record: Series tied at 5-5

2008 Record: 20-9 2008 Conf. Record: 11-5 (2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/2 Series Record: PSU leads 6-4

Top Returning Players: MB - Katie Astle (1.45 kps) S - Chelsea Fowles (9.49 aps)

Top Returning Players: OH - Chelsea Randall (3.44 kps) L/OH - Caitlyn Anderson (3.81 dps)

Top Returning Players: S - Nique Fradella (10.15 aps) OH - Marja Vojnovic (2.93 kps)

Washington HUSKIES

Boise State BRONCOS

Texas Tech RED RAIDERS

Tulsa GOLDEN HURRICANE

Sept. 5 @ Portland, OR Northwest Challenge

Sept. 5 @ Portland, OR Northwest Challenge

Sept. 11 @ Tulsa, OK University of Tulsa Tournament

Sept. 12 @ Tulsa, OK University of Tulsa Tournament

Location: Seattle, WA Enrollment: 40,000 Conference: Pacific-10 President: Dr. Mark Emmert Athletic Director: Scott Woodward Volleyball SID: Michael Bruscas Phone: (206) 543-2331 SID Fax: (206) 543-5000 E-Mail: mbruscas@u.washington.edu Web Site: www.GoHuskies.com Volleyball Gym: Bank of America Arena Press Row Number: (206) 616-8845

Location: Boise, ID Enrollment: 19,667 Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Robert Kustra Athletic Director: Gene Bleymaier Volleyball SID: Michelle Smith Phone: (208) 426-3438 SID Fax: (208) 426-3361 E-Mail: michelleraisback@boisestate.edu Web Site: www.broncosports.com Volleyball Gym: Bronco Gym Press Row Number: (208) 949-1037

Location: Lubbock, TX Enrollment: 29,000 Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Guy Bailey Athletic Director: Gerald Myers Volleyball SID: Jody Roginson Phone: (806) 742-3355 SID Fax: (806) 742-1970 E-Mail: jody.roginson@ttu.edu Web Site: www.TexasTech.com Volleyball Gym: United Spirit Arena Press Row Number: n/a

Location: Tusla, OK Enrollment: 4,165 Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Steadman Upham Athletic Director: Bubba Cunningham Volleyball SID: Eric Hollier Phone: (918) 631-2492 SID Fax: (918) 631-3913 E-Mail: eric-hollier@utulsa.edu Web Site: www.tulsahurricane.com Volleyball Gym: Donald W. Reynolds Center Press Row Number: n/a

Head Coach: Jim McLaughlin Alma Mater: UC Santa Barbara, 1985 Record at UW: 197-54 (Eight Years) Career Record: 421-172 (19 Years) Assistants: Leslie Tuiasosopo, Jose Gandara

Head Coach: Shawn Garus Alma Mater: Cal State San Bernardino, 1995 Record at BSU: First Year Career Record: 115-120 (Nine Years) Assistants: TBA

Head Coach: Trish Kissiar-Knight Alma Mater: Missouri State, 1980 Record at TTU: First Year Career Record: 676-170-3 Assistants: Beth Falls, Loran Richardson

Head Coach: Ed Allen Alma Mater: Ball State, 1988 Record at UT: 76-27 (Fourth Year) Career Record: 441-173 (17 Years) Assistants: Wayne Chadwick, Julia Silva

2008 Record: 27-5 2008 Conf. Record: 15-3 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 Series Record: UW leads 10-2

2008 Record: 9-19 2008 Conf. Record: 5-11 (7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/7 Series Record: BSU leads 12-8

2008 Record: 5-26 2008 Conf. Record: 0-20 (11th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/8 Series Record: GU leads 2-1

2008 Record: 22-1 2008 Conf. Record: 8-8 (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Series Record: UT leads 1-0

Top Returning Players: OH - Becky Perry (3.77 kps) S - Jenna Hagglund (12.17 aps)

Top Returning Players: L - Lauren Hamm (3.49 dps) MB - Sadie Maughan (2.15 kps)

Top Returning Players: OH - Hayley Ball (20.1 kps) S - Caroline Witte (7.48 aps)

Top Returning Players: MB - Hannah Stout (2.31 kps) S - Rachel Vukson (10.49 sps)

Top Returning Players: MB/OH - Kayli Broadbent (3.55 kps) S - Chelsea Fa’alogo (4.89 aps)

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Stephen F. Austin LADYJACKS

2009 Opponents Washington State COUGARS

North Dakota FIGHTING SIOUX

Montana GRIZZLIES

Sept. 15 @ Martin Centre

Sept. 23 @ Martin Centre

Sept. 29 @ Martin Centre

Location: Pullman, WA Enrollment: 23,000 Conference: Pacific-10 President: Dr. Elson S. Floyd Athletic Director: Jim Sterk Volleyball SID: Linda Chalich Phone: (509) 335-0268 SID Fax: (509) 335-0267 E-Mail: lindak@wsu.edu Web Site: www.wsucougars.com Volleyball Gym: Bohler Gym Press Row Number: (509) 335-0268

Location: Grand Forks, ND Enrollment: 12,748 Conference: Great West President: Robert Kelley Athletic Director: Brian Faison Volleyball SID: Ryan Powell Phone: (701) 777-2986 SID Fax: (701) 777-4352 E-Mail: ryanpowell@mail.und.nodak.edu Web Site: www.gobison.com Volleyball Gym: Betty Engelstad Sioux Center Press Row Number: n/a

Location: Missoula, MT Enrollment: 14,207 Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. George Dennison Athletic Director: Jim O’Day Volleyball SID: Joel Carlson Phone: (406) 243-5414 SID Fax: (406) 243-6859 E-Mail: joel.carlson@mso.umt.edu Web Site: www.MontanaGrizzlies.com Volleyball Gym: West Auxiliary Gym Press Row Number: n/a

Head Coach: Andrew Palileo Alma Mater: Crown College, 1991 Record at WSU: 10-19 (One Year) Career Record: 249-160 (12 Years) Assistants: Brian Lamppa, TeAna Tramel

Head Coach: Ashley Hardee Alma Mater: East Carolina, 2000 Record at UND: First Year Career Record: Same Assistants: Mike Moffitt, Shanna Schmiesing

Head Coach: Jerry Wagner Alma Mater: Montana State-Northern, 1986 Record at UM: 36-34 (Three Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Gina Schmidt, Kandice Kelly

2008 Record: 10-19 2008 Conf. Record: 3-15 (t-9th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/6 Series Record: WSU leads 24-6

2008 Record: 24-8 2008 Conf. Record: n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost: n/a Series Record: First Meeting

2008 Record: 14-13 2008 Conf. Record: 10-6 (t-3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 Series Record: UM leads 23-11

Top Returning Players: OH - Jackie Albright (2.57 kps) MB - Brittany Tillman (2.25 kps)

Top Returning Players: DS/L - Lindsay Wortherms (4.72 dps) S - Megan Langseth (10.31 aps)

Top Returning Players: OH - Whitney Hobbs (2.51 kps) S - Taryn Wright (10.80 aps)

Portland PILOTS

Eastern Washington EAGLES

Pepperdine WAVES

Loyola Marymount LIONS

Oct. 3 @ Martin Centre Oct. 31 @ Portland, OR

Oct 6 @ Cheney, WA

Oct. 8 @ Martin Centre Nov. 7 @ Malibu, CA

Oct. 10 @ Martin Centre Nov. 5 @ Los Angeles, CA

Location: Malibu, CA Enrollment: 8,000 Conference: West Coast President: Andrew K. Benton Athletic Director: Dr. John Watson Volleyball SID: Roger Horne Phone: (310) 506-4455 SID Fax: (310) 506-4322 E-Mail: roger.horne@pepperdine.edu Web Site: www.pepperdinesports.com Volleyball Gym: Firestone Fieldhouse Press Row Number: (310) 456-5050

Location: Los Angeles, CA Enrollment: 8,300 Conference: West Coast President: Rev. Robert B. Lawton. SJ Athletic Director: Dr. William Husak Volleyball SID: Tyler Geivett Phone: (310) 338-7638 SID Fax: (310) 338-2703 E-Mail: tgeivett@lmu.edu Web Site: www.LMUlions.com Volleyball Gym: Gersten Pavilion Press Row Number: n/a

Head Coach: Nina Matthies Alma Mater: UCLA, 1976 Record at PU: 494-294 (26 Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Tim Jensen, Marcio Sicoli

Head Coach: Steve Stratos Alma Mater: San Diego State, 1975 Record at LMU: 372-195 (20 Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Larry Smoot, Heather Collins

2008 Record: 20-8 2008 Conf. Record: 8-6 (t-4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/4 Series Record: PU leads 41-3

2008 Record: 13-17 2008 Conf. Record: 3-11 (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/5 Series Record: LMU leads 34-10

Top Returning Players: OH - Lilla Frederick (2.39 kps) S - Kiah Fiers (10.86 aps)

Top Returning Players: DS - Laura DeGrandmont (1.57 dps) OH/MB - Ariana Covington (2.77 kps)

Sept. 12 @ Tulsa, OK University of Tulsa Tournament Location: Nacogdoches, TX Enrollment: 11,607 Conference: Southland President: Dr. Baker Patillo Athletic Director: Robert Hill Volleyball SID: Ben Rikard Phone: (936) 468-5801 SID Fax: (936) 468-4593 E-Mail: rikardbenja@sfasu.edu Web Site: www.sfajacks.com Volleyball Gym: Johnson Coliseum Press Row Number: n/a Head Coach: Debbie Humphreys Alma Mater: Texas Tech, 1986 Record at SFA: 484-217 (22 Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Brian Yale, Erin McClanahan 2008 Record: 20-9 2008 Conf. Record: 11-5 (2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 Series Record: First Meeting Top Returning Players: OH - M.C. Bottles (2.60 kps) MB - Ashley Bailey (2.35 kps)

Location: Portland, OR Enrollment: 3,300 Conference: West Coast President: Rev. E. William Beauchamp Athletic Director: Larry Williams Volleyball SID: Wanda Rozwadowska Phone: (503) 943-7425 SID Fax: (503) 943-7242 E-Mail: rozwadow11@up.edu Web Site: www.portlandpilots.com Volleyball Gym: Chiles Center Press Row Number: (503) 943-7527 Head Coach: Joe Houck Alma Mater: Portland State, 1987 Record at UP: 8-24 (One Year) Career Record: 139-100 (Nine Years) Assistants: Michael King, Sara Reilly 2008 Record: 8-24 2008 Conf. Record: 1-13 (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/7 Series Record: GU leads 31-16 Top Returning Players: OH - Jessica Clemens (2.46 kps) L - Danielle Dupar (2.75 dps)

Location: Cheney, WA Enrollment: 9,897 Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Athletic Director: Bill Chaves Volleyball SID: Matt MacDonald Phone: (509) 359-6333 SID Fax: (509) 359-2463 E-Mail: mmacdonald@mail.ewu.edu Web Site: www.goeags.com Volleyball Gym: Reese Court Press Row Number: (509) 359-6331 Head Coach: Miles Kydd Alma Mater: Regina, 1984 Record at EWU: 18-11 (One Year) Career Record: Same Assistant: Lisa Westlake 2008 Record: 18-11 2008 Conf. Record: 12-4 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/2 Series Record: EWU leads 23-16 Top Returning Players: OH - Hayley Hills (4.58 kps) S - Ashley Hamilton (9.84 aps)

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San Francisco DONS

2009 Opponents Santa Clara BRONCOS

San Diego TOREROS

Saint Mary’s GAELS

Oct. 15 @ San Francisco, CA Nov. 14 @ Martin Centre

Oct. 17 @ Santa Clara, CA Nov. 12 @ Martin Centre

Oct. 22 @ Martin Centre Nov. 21 @ San Diego, CA

Oct. 24 @ Martin Centre Nov. 19 @ Moraga, CA

Location: San Francisco, CA Enrollment: 8,000 Conference: West Coast President: Fr. Stephen J. Privett, S.J. Athletic Director: Debra Gore-Mann Volleyball SID: Rachel Engrissei Phone: (415) 422-6168 SID Fax: (415) 422-2929 E-Mail: raengrissei@usfca.edu Web Site: www.USFDons.com Volleyball Gym: War Memorial Press Row Number: (415) 422-2919

Location: Santa Clara, CA Enrollment: 8,377 Conference: West Coast President: Rev. Michael Engh, S.J. Athletic Director: Dan Coonan Volleyball SID: TBA Phone: (408) 554-4659 SID Fax: (408) 554-6942 E-Mail: TBA Web Site: www.SantaClaraBroncos.com Volleyball Gym: Leavey Center Press Row Number: (408) 554-4655

Location: San Diego, CA Enrollment: 7,600 Conference: West Coast President: Mary E. Lyons, Ph.D. Athletic Director: Ky Snyder Volleyball SID: Chris Loucks Phone: (619) 260-7930 SID Fax: (619) 260-2990 E-Mail: cloucks@sandiego.edu Web Site: www.usdtoreros.com Volleyball Gym: Jenny Craig Pavilion Press Row Number: (619) 767-3928

Location: Moraga, CA Enrollment: 3,916 Conference: West Coast President: Brother Ronald Gallagher, FSC Athletic Director: Mark Orr Volleyball SID: Matt Fontenot Phone: (925) 631-4950 SID Fax: (925) 631-4405 E-Mail: rmf3@stmarys-ca.edu Web Site: www.SMCGaels.com Volleyball Gym: McKeaon Pavilion Press Row Number: (925) 376-3906

Head Coach: Gilad Doron Alma Mater: Temple, 2000 Record at USF: 139-12 (Two Years) Career Record: 85-65 (Five Years) Assistants: Scott Wong, Samantha Hastings

Head Coach: Jon Wallace Alma Mater: UC Santa Barbara, 1989 Record at SCU: 213-88 (10 Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Dustin Moore, Will Yuen, Matt Lyles

Head Coach: Jenninfer Petrie Alma Mater: William & Mary, 1992 Record at USD: 192-74 (Nine Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Brent Hilliard, Stephanie Moreno, Paul Warren

Head Coach: Rob Browning Alma Mater: Brigham Young, 1990 Record at SMC: 65-45 (Four Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Sam Crosson and Keegan Cook

2008 Record: 18-10 2008 Conf. Record: 8-6 (t-4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/7 Series Record: SCU leads 38-6

2008 Record: 23-5 2008 Conf. Record: 12-2 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10-3 Series Record: USD leads 35-9

Top Returning Players: S - Lindsy Davigeadono (10.74 aps) L - Libby Morrison (2.15 dps)

Top Returning Players: OH - Amy Degroot (4.22 kps) RS - Ali Troost (2.91 kps)

2008 Record: 22-8 2008 Conf. Record: 11-3 (2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: GU leads 26-18 Top Returning Players: L - Haley Carroll (4.55 dps) OPP - Sarah Mandala (3.62 kps)

Idaho VANDALS Oct. 27 @ Moscow, ID Location: Moscow, ID Enrollment: 11,739 Conference: Western Athletic President: Duane Nellis Athletic Director: Dr. Rob Spear Volleyball SID: Ian Klei Phone: (208) 885-0211 SID Fax: (208) 885-0255 E-Mail: iank@uidaho.edu Web Site: www.govandals.com Volleyball Gym: Memorial Gym Press Row Number: n/a Head Coach: Debbie Buchanan Alma Mater: Southern California, 1996 Record at UI: 134-132 (Nine Years) Career Record: Same Assistants: Steve Whitaker, Moritz Moritz 2008 Record: 19-10 2008 Conf. Record: 11-5 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Series Record: UI leads 24-12 Top Returning Players: MB - Anna McKinney (1.42 bps) OH - Sarah Conwell (2.33 kps)

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2008 Record: 20-8 2008 Conf. Record: 10-4 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Series Record: GU leads 23-22 Top Returning Players: OH - Megan York (3.49 kps) MB - Shannon Lowell (2.92 kps)


All-Time Records

Series Opponent Record Alabama Birmingham 1-0 Alaska-Fairbanks 0-1 Alcorn State 1-0 American 0-1 Arizona State 0-1 Auburn 1-0 Baylor 0-1 Birmingham-Southern 1-0 Boise State 8-12 Bowling Green 1-1 Bradley 1-1 Brigham Young 0-4 California 0-1 Canisius 1-0 UC Davis 1-0 UC Irvine 0-1 UC Riverside 0-3 Cal Poly 0-3 Carroll College 0-1 Cincinnati 0-1 Colorado 0-2 Colorado State 0-2 Connecticut 0-1 Creighton 0-1 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 Eastern Michigan 0-1 Eastern Montana 2-0 Eastern Washington 15-24 Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 Florida Atlantic 1-0 Florida International 1-0 Fresno State 1-1 Gardner-Webb 2-0 George Mason 0-1 Georgia 0-1 Houston 1-0 Idaho 12-24 Idaho State 4-6 Illinois 1-0 Illinois-Chicago 1-0 Kansas State 0-1 Lewis and Clark College 0-1 Lewis-Clark State 0-1 Louisville 0-1 Loyola-Chicago 1-0 Loyola Marymount 10-34 Marquette 1-0 Maryland-Baltimore County 1-0 Michigan 0-1 Mississippi State 1-0 Montana 11-23 Montana State 1-4 Morehead State 1-0 Morgan State 1-0 Nebraska 0-1 Nevada 3-4 Nevada-Las Vegas 1-1 New Mexico 1-3 New Mexico State 1-3 North Dakota State 0-3 Northern Arizona 1-1 Northern Colorado 2-0 Northern Iowa 0-2 Northern Montana 0-2

First Meeting 1999 2000 2007 2001 2003 1992 2005 2005 1990 1995 2001 1990 1993 2007 2005 2007 2008 1995 1986 2002 1991 2002 2006 1999 2000 2002 1986 1986 1989 2002 2005 1993 2005 1996 1995 1990 1986 1987 1991 1994 2000 1986 1986 1998 1988 1987 2003 2006 1996 2003 1986 1992 2005 2007 1995 1988 2001 1986 1989 2006 2003 2004 1989 1986

Last Meeting 1999 2000 2007 2001 2003 1992 2005 2005 2008 2007 2008 2002 1993 2007 2005 2007 2008 2000 1986 2002 1995 2004 2006 1999 2000 2002 2008 2008 1989 2002 2005 1998 2006 1996 1995 1990 2008 2004 1991 1994 2000 1986 1986 1998 1988 2008 2003 2006 1996 2003 2008 2004 2005 2007 1995 2003 2003 2007 2004 2008 2005 2007 1994 1986

GU Streak Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 4 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 3 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 3 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 4 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 4 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 3 Lost 3 Won 1 Won 2 Lost 2 Lost 2

Series Opponent Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pacific Lutheran Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland Portland State Puget Sound Purdue Rhode Island Saint Mary’s Sam Houston State San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State Santa Clara Seattle Simon Fraser South Dakota State Southern Illinois Southwest Missouri State Southwest Texas State TCU Temple Tennessee Texas-Arlington Texas-El Paso (UTEP) Texas-Pan American Texas-San Antonio Texas Tech Tulsa UCLA U.S. International Utah Utah State Valparaiso Virginia Commonwealth Warner Pacific College Washington Washington State Weber State Western Carolina Western Washington Whitworth College Wichita State William & Mary Wisconsin-Green Bay Wyoming Yale

Record 1-0 1-1 1-0 3-8 1-5 0-2 1-0 3-41 0-1 32-16 4-6 0-1 1-0 1-0 23-22 1-1 9-35 1-1 26-18 0-2 6-38 1-0 1-0 0-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-5 1-3 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-10 6-24 5-5 1-0 1-0 6-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-5 1-0

First Meeting 1999 1989 1999 1987 1986 1997 1986 1987 2008 1986 1986 1986 1990 2000 1986 1996 1987 1993 1986 1997 1987 2008 1986 2005 1991 1992 1989 2007 1994 2003 1997 2005 2000 1994 1989 1996 1990 1987 1987 1986 1988 2008 1986 1986 1986 1986 2001 1986 1986 1997 1989 1988 1991 2000

Last Meeting 1999 1997 1999 2006 2003 2001 1986 2008 2008 2008 2007 1986 1990 2000 2008 2007 2008 2008 2008 1999 2008 2008 1986 2006 1996 1992 1989 2007 1994 2003 1997 2008 2000 1994 1993 1996 1990 1987 1998 2000 1988 2008 1986 2008 2008 2008 2001 1986 1999 1997 1989 1988 2004 2000

GU Streak Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 3 Lost 4 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 24 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 29 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Lost 28 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 2 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 4 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 7 Lost 3 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 5 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 1

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All-Time Records ATTACK ATTEMPTS 1. Kelley Cunningham ... 4,370 (1989-92) 2. Becky Jones ............... 4,085 (2004-07) 3. Lisa Petticord ............. 3,589 (1987-90) 4. Christina Davis .......... 3,547 (2001-04) 5. Becky Jones ............... 3,165 (2004-07) 6. Diane Pascua ............. 3,162 (1995-98) 7. Jennifer Kubista ......... 3,102 (1993-96) 8. Heather Osberg .......... 2,971 (1997-00) 9. Abby Cullen............... 2,917 (2000-03) 10. Linda Bushinski ......... 2,862 (1985-88)

DIGS 1. Linda Bushinski ......... 2. Heather Signor ........... 3. Alecia Douglas ......... 4. B.J. Kuntz .................. 5. Kelley Cunningham ... 6. Becky Jones .............. 7. Momi Bowles ............ 8. Erica Cordy ................ 9. Jennifer Kubista ......... 10. Tracy McKinney ........

1,303 (1984-88) 1,270 (2000-03) 1,208 (2004-07) 1,127 (1987-91) 1,120 (1989-92) 1,099 (2004-07) 1,097 (1989-91) 1,062 (1987-90) 1,049 (1993-96) 1,010 (1991-94)

ATTACK ATTEMPTS 1. Kelley Cunningham ......... 1,408 (1992) 2. Lisa Petticord ................... 1,312 (1990) 3. Linda Bushinski ............... 1,307 (1986) 4. Kelley Cunningham ......... 1,296 (1991) 5. Becky Jones ..................... 1,250 (2005) 6. Becky Jones .................... 1,157 (2006) 7. Diane Pascua ................... 1,066 (1997) 8. Heather Osberg ................ 1,043 (2000) Jenny Locken ................... 1,043 (1993) 10. Christina Davis ................ 1,018 (2003)

BLOCK SOLOS 1. Lisa Petticord ........................ 40 (1989) 2. Elaina Renius ....................... 39 (2008) 3. Kelley Cunningham .............. 38 (1991) 4. Elaina Renius ....................... 36 (2007) 5. Kelley Cunningham .............. 34 (1989) 6. Briawna Mueller .................. 33 (2007) Briawna Mueller ................... 33 (2005) Lisa Petticord ........................ 33 (1988) 9. Elaina Renius ........................ 32 (2006) Lisa Petticord ........................ 32 (1987)

KILLS (1,000 KILL CLUB) 1. Kelley Cunningham ... 1,964 (1989-92) 2. Lisa Petticord ............. 1,692 (1987-90) 3. Linda Bushinski ......... 1,505 (1984-88) 4. Becky Jones ................ 1,429 (2004-07) 5. Christina Davis .......... 1,182 (2001-04) 6. Jennifer Kubista ......... 1,159 (1993-96) 7. Abby Cullen............... 1,140 (2000-03) 8. Jennifer Fuller ............ 1,133 (1983-86) 9. Diane Pascua ............. 1,094 (1995-98) 10. Heather Osberg .......... 1,080 (1997-00)

SERVICE ACES 1. Linda Bushinski ............ 195 (1984-88) 2. Tracy McKinney ........... 168 (1991-94) 3. Erica Cordy ................... 146 (1987-90) 4. Lisa Petticord ................ 138 (1987-90) 5. Kelley Cunningham ...... 136 (1989-92) 6. Nicole Lamoure ............ 135 (1995-98) 7. Alecia Douglas ............ 106 (2004-07) 8. Diane Pascua .................. 95 (1995-98) 9. Heather Osberg ............... 94 (1997-00) 10. Peggy Weinand ............... 87 (1984-87)

KILLS 1. Kelley Cunningham ............ 651 (1992) 2. Lisa Petticord ...................... 638 (1990) 3. Kelley Cunningham ............ 577 (1991) 4. Linda Bushinski .................. 502 (1986) 5. Lisa Petticord ...................... 473 (1989) 6. Becky Jones ........................ 471 (2005) 7. Kelley Cunningham ............ 450 (1990) 8. Nancy Miller ....................... 427 (1994) 9. Becky Jones ........................ 417 (2006) 10. Theresa Spink ..................... 415 (1997)

BLOCK ASSISTS 1. Briawna Mueller ................ 143 (2007) 2. Kelley Cunningham ............ 123 (1989) 3. Stephanie Messenger .......... 121 (1988) 4. Lisa Petticord ...................... 115 (1988) 5. Abby Cullen........................ 114 (2003) 6. Lisa Petticord ...................... 111 (1990) 7. Briawna Mueller ................. 110 (2006) 8. Lisa Petticord ...................... 107 (1989) 9. Erica Cordy ......................... 103 (1988) 10. Elaina Renius ..................... 102 (2007) Briawna Mueller ................. 102 (2004)

ASSISTS 1. Tracy McKinney ........ 4,904 (1991-94) 2. Nicole Lamoure ......... 4,851 (1995-98) 3. Erica Cordy ................ 4,010 (1987-90) 4. Heather Dunn............. 3,767 (2004-07) 5. Peggy Weinand .......... 3,059 (1984-87) 6. Emilee Gihring .......... 1,744 (2003-04) 7. Emilie Heggli............. 1,324 (1999-00) 8. Denise Van de Mortel 1,206 (2008-pre.) 9. Katerina Chroustovska .... 1,089 (2001) 10. Jessie Holly ................... 897 (1999-00)

GAMES PLAYED 1. Erica Cordy ................... 2. Lisa Petticord ................ 3. Kelley Cunningham ...... 4. Nicole Lamoure ............ 5. Tracy McKinney ........... 6. Briawna Mueller .......... 7. Alecia Douglas ............ Becky Jones ................. 9. Diane Pascua ................ 10. Heather Signor ..............

HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. Lisa Petticord ................... .364 (1990) 2. Tracy McKinney .............. .322 (1994) Erica Cordy ...................... .322 (1989) 4. Lisa Petticord ................... .319 (1989) 5. Kelley Cunningham ......... .301 (1992) Kelley Cunningham ......... .301 (1991) 7. Briawna Mueller ............... .299 (2007) 8. Elaina Renius .................... .297 (2007) 9. Theresa Spink .................. .291 (1997) 10. Briawna Mueller ................ .286 (2005)

TOTAL BLOCKS 1. Lisa Petticord ................ 2. Briawna Mueller ........... 3. Kelley Cunningham ...... 4. Abby Cullen.................. 5. Erica Cordy ................... 6. Christine Kubista .......... 7. Elaina Renius ............... Shelley Messenger ........ 9. Tracy McKinney ........... 10. Heather Osberg .............

ASSISTS 1. Erica Cordy ...................... 1,549 (1990) 2. Tracy McKinney .............. 1,308 (1993) 3. Heather Dunn .................. 1,289 (2007) 4. Heather Dunn................... 1,273 (2006) 5. Tracy McKinney .............. 1,258 (1992) 6. Nicole Lamoure ............... 1,254 (1997) 7. Tracy McKinney .............. 1,231 (1991) 8. Denise Van de Mortel .... 1,206 (2008) 9. Erica Cordy ...................... 1,191 (1989) 10 . Heather Dunn................... 1,183 (2005)

544 (1987-90) 532 (2004-07) 502 (1989-92) 428 (2000-03) 395 (1987-90) 353 (1993-96) 336 (2006-08) 336 (1988-91) 319 (1991-94) 316 (1997-00)

BLOCK SOLOS 1. Lisa Petticord ................ 136 (1987-90) 2. Briawna Mueller ........... 112 (2004-07) 3. Kelley Cunningham ....... 117 (1989-92) 4. Elaina Renius ............... 106 (2006-08) 5. Abby Cullen.................... 87 (2000-03) 6. Christine Kubista ............ 83 (1993-96) 7. Tracy McKinney ............. 77 (1991-94) 8. Erica Cordy ..................... 71 (1987-90) 9. Wendy Wilson................. 63 (1992-95) 10. Stephanie Messenger ...... 60 (1988-91) Nancy Miller ................... 60 (1991-94) BLOCK ASSISTS 1. Briawna Mueller ........... 2. Lisa Petticord ................ 3. Kelley Cunningham ...... 4. Abby Cullen.................. 5. Erica Cordy ................... 6. Stephanie Messenger .... 7. Christine Kubista .......... 8. Heather Osberg ............. 9. Tracy McKinney ........... 10. Elaina Renius ...............

479 (1987-90) 475 (1987-90) 454 (1989-92) 443 (1995-98) 442 (1991-94) 430 (2004-07) 429 (2004-07) 429 (2004-07) 419 (1995-98) 410 (2000-03)

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SERVICE ACES 1. Linda Bushinski .................... 84 (1986) 2. Linda Bushinski .................... 61 (1988) 3. Nicole Smith ......................... 54 (1989) Erica Cordy ........................... 54 (1989) 5. Lisa Petticord ........................ 49 (1990) Tracy McKinney ................... 49 (1993) Tracy McKinney ................... 49 (1994) 8. Lisa Petticord ........................ 47 (1990) 9. Tracy McKinney ................... 45 (1991) 10. Jennifer Fuller ........................44 (1986)

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Erica Cordy ........................ 12.2 (1990) 2. Heather Dunn .................... 12.1 (2007) 3. Heather Dunn..................... 11.5 (2006) 4. Katerina Chroustovska ...... 11.3 (2001) Nicole Lamoure ................. 11.3 (1997) Tracy McKinney ................ 11.3 (1991) 7. Tracy McKinney ................ 11.2 (1993) Tracy McKinney ................ 11.2 (1992) 9. Nicole Lamoure ................. 11.1 (1998) 10. Tracy McKinney ................ 10.6 (1994) TOTAL BLOCKS 1. Kelley Cunningham ............ 157 (1989) 2. Stephanie Messenger .......... 154 (1988) 3. Lisa Petticord ...................... 148 (1988) 4. Lisa Petticord ...................... 147 (1989) 5. Briawna Mueller ................ 143 (2007) Abby Cullen........................ 143 (2003) 7. Lisa Petticord ...................... 142 (1990) 8. Briawna Mueller ................ 138 (2006) 9. Briawna Mueller ................. 131 (2005) 10. Abby Cullen........................ 127 (2002)

420 (2004-07) 408 (1987-90) 385 (1989-92) 341 (2000-03) 324 (1987-90) 274 (1988-91) 270 (1993-96) 262 (1997-00) 242 (1991-94) 230 (2006-08)

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DIGS 1. Linda Bushinski .................. 436 (1986) 2. Momi Bowles ..................... 430 (1990) 3. Paige Dillingham ............... 417 (2008) 4. Jessica Herrera ................... 415 (2004) 5. Heather Signor .................... 406 (2003) 6. Alecia Douglas .................. 399 (2007) 7. Jessica Herrera .................... 391 (2005) 8. Linda Bushinski .................. 390 (1988) 9. Jennifer Locken .................. 377 (1992) 10. Alecia Douglas ................... 375 (2006) Kelley Cunningham ............ 375 (1992)


All-Time Records ATTACK ATTEMPTS (3 GAMES) 1. Kelley Cunningham (Pepperdine) 2. Kelley Cunningham (Boise State) 3. Kelley Cunningham (Oregon) 4. Christina Davis (New Mexico State - N) 5. Kelley Cunningham (Oregon) Lisa Petticord (Santa Clara) 7. Diane Pascua (at Montana) Kelley Cunningham (at Loyola Marymount) 9. Becky Jones (Pepperdine) Jennifer Kubista (at Idaho) Jennifer Kubista (at Washington) Jennifer Kubista (Idaho) Kelley Cunningham (San Francisco)

59 (1992) 56 (1992) 54 (1992) 53 (2004) 50 (1991) 50 (1990) 49 (1997) 49 (1990) 48 (2005) 48 (1996) 48 (1996) 48 (1996) 48 (1992)

ATTACK ATTEMPTS (4 GAMES) 1. Kelley Cunningham (at Loyola Marymount) 2. Kelley Cunningham (Pepperdine) 3. Kelley Cunningham (San Diego) 4. Kelley Cunningham (Washington State) 5. Christine Kubista (at Saint Mary’s) 6. Jennifer Kubista (at Eastern Washington) 7. Michelle Boevers (UC Davis - N) Jennifer Kubista (at Pepperdine) 9. Nancy Miller (at San Francisco) 10. Christina Davis (at Portland State)

82 (1991) 75 (1991) 71 (1991) 68 (1992) 67 (1996) 66 (1996) 61 (2005) 61 (1996) 60 (1994) 59 (2004)

ATTACK ATTEMPTS (5 GAMES) 1. Kelley Cunningham (at Montana) 2. Heather Osberg (Montana) 3. Jennifer Kubista (Montana) 4. Kelley Cunningham (Santa Clara) 5. Natasha Kozen (at Portland) 6. Kelley Cunningham (Portland) Kelley Cunningham (Washington State) 8. Becky Jones (North Dakota State - N) Nancy Miller (Montana) Kelley Cunningham (Santa Clara) Kelley Cunningham (at Eastern Washington) Lisa Petticord (at San Francisco)

89 (1991) 84 (1999) 72 (1996) 70 (1991) 68 (2003) 66 (1992) 66 (1991) 65 (2006) 65 (1994) 65 (1992) 65 (1991) 65 (1990)

KILLS (3 GAMES) 1. Lisa Petticord (Santa Clara) 2. Kelley Cunningham (Pepperdine) Lisa Petticord (Portland) 4. Kelley Cunningham (Oregon) Kelley Cunningham (Portland) 6. Kelley Cunningham (Oregon - N) 7. Kelley Cunningham (at Loyola Marymount) Kelley Cunningham (San Francisco) Kelley Cunningham (at San Diego) 10. Lisa Petticord (Saint Mary’s)

29 (1990) 27 (1992) 27 (1989) 25 (1992) 25 (1991) 24 (1991) 23 (1992) 23 (1992) 23 (1991) 22 (1990)

KILLS (4 GAMES) 1. Kelley Cunningham (at Loyola Marymount) 2. Kelley Cunningham (San Diego) 3. Kelley Cunningham (at Washington State) Kelley Cunningham (Montana) 5. Christina Davis (at Portland State) Jennifer Goetz (Eastern Washington) Kelley Cunningham (at Montana) 8. Jennifer Kubista (at Eastern Washington) Kelley Cunningham (Pepperdine) Kelley Cunningham (at Saint Mary’s)

37 (1991) 34 (1991) 31 (1992) 31 (1991) 29 (2004) 29 (1993) 29 (1992) 27 (1996) 27 (1991) 27 (1991)

KILLS (5 GAMES) 1. Kelley Cunningham (Portland) 2. Kelley Cunningham (at Montana) 3. Lisa Petticord (Loyola Marymount) 4. Kelley Cunningham (Santa Clara) 5. Kelley Cunningham (SW Missouri St. - N) Lisa Petticord (Purdue - N) Lisa Petticord (at San Francisco) Lisa Petticord (at Portland State) 9. Heather Osberg (Montana) Theresa Spink (at San Francisco) Nancy Miller (Loyola Marymount) Kelley Cunningham (Oregon State - N) Lisa Petticord (at Loyola Marymount)

42 (1992) 40 (1991) 34 (1990) 33 (1992) 30 (1992) 30 (1990) 30 (1990) 30 (1990) 29 (1999) 29 (1997) 29 (1994) 29 (1992) 29 (1989)

ATTACK ERRORS 1. Jennifer Goetz (at Boise State) 2. Becky Jones (Portland State - N) Becky Jones (Washington State) Christina Davis (Eastern Washington) Kelley Cunningham (New Mexico - N) Tammy Davisson (at Washington) 7. Kelley Cunningham (at Montana) 8. Mary Finnerty (Florida Atlantic - N) Jennifer Kubista (at Pepperdine)

19 (1993) 17 (2005) 17 (2005) 17 (2002) 17 (1992) 17 (1990) 16 (1991) 15 (2002) 15 (1995)

ASSISTS (3 GAMES) 1. Erica Cordy (Santa Clara) 2. Tracy McKinney (Saint Mary’s) 3. Emilee Gihring (Idaho) Erica Cordy (at Loyola Marymount) 5. Nicole Lamoure (at San Francisco) 6. Heather Dunn (San Francisco) Katerina Chroustovska (Western Carolina - N) Emilie Heggli (Portland) 8. Nicole Lamoure (at Portland) Tracy McKinney (Pepperdine) 10. Heather Dunn (Portland) Tracy McKinney (at Loyola Marymount)

59 (1990) 55 (1993) 49 (2004) 49 (1990) 48 (1998) 47 (2006) 47 (2001) 47 (1999) 46 (1998) 46 (1992) 45 (2007) 45 (1992)

ASSISTS (4 GAMES) 1. Tracy McKinney (Eastern Washington) 2. Nicole Lamoure (at Saint Mary’s) 3. Nicole Lamoure (San Francisco) 4. Nicole Lamoure (Texas-Arlington - N) Tracy McKinney (Montana) 6. Emilie Heggli (Saint Mary’s) 7. Emilie Heggli (at Portland) Nicole Lamoure (at Portland) Nicole Lamoure (Santa Clara) Nicole Lamoure (Portland)

77 (1993) 70 (1996) 67 (1998) 65 (1997) 65 (1991) 64 (2000) 63 (1999) 63 (1996) 63 (1995) 63 (1995)

ASSISTS (5 GAMES) 1. Nicole Lamoure (Montana) Tracy McKinney (at Montana) 3. Erica Cordy (Loyola Marymount) 4. Jessie Holly (Montana) Erica Cordy (Boise State - N) Erica Cordy (at Portland State) 7. Nicole Lamoure (Idaho State - N) Tracy McKinney (Santa Clara) 9. Erica Cordy (at San Francisco) 10. Erica Cordy (Purdue - N)

79 (1996) 79 (1991) 78 (1990) 74 (1999) 74 (1990) 74 (1990) 73 (1996) 73 (1996) 72 (1990) 71 (1990)

SERVICE ACES 1. Linda Bushinski (Wisconsin-Green Bay - N) 2. Lisa Petticord (at Utah) 3. Erica Cordy (at Idaho) Lisa Petticord (Eastern Washington) Linda Bushinski (at Montana) Linda Bushinksi (Valparaiso - N) 7. Lauren Armas (Northern Colorado - N)

11 (1988) 8 (1990) 7 (1989) 7 (1989) 7 (1988) 7 (1988) 6 (2004)

Diane Pascua (Santa Clara) 6 (1998) Erica Cordy (Nevada) 6 (1988) 10. Twenty-three players tied with 5 service aces last by Michelle Boevers (Montana) 5 (2007) DIGS (3 GAMES) 1. Jennifer Locken (Pepperdine) 2. Aimee Wilson (Montana) Jennifer Kubista (Portland) 4. B.J. Kuntz (Santa Clara) 5. Aimee Wilson (at Portland) 6. Becky Jones (UMBC) Heather Osberg (Boise State - N) Jennifer Locken (San Francisco) Kelley Cunningham (at Loyola Marymount) 9. Alecia Douglas (Santa Clara) Jessica Herrera (Pepperdine) Kelley Cunningham (San Francisco)

31 (1992) 27 (1997) 24 (1996) 23 (1990) 22 (1998) 20 (2006) 20 (1999) 20 (1992) 20 (1990) 19 (2007) 19 (2004) 19 (1992)

DIGS (4 GAMES) 1. Momi Bowles (at Oregon) 2. Christine Kubista (at Saint Mary’s) 3. Paige Dillingham (vs. Boise State) Jessica Herrera (Portland) Aimee Wilson (at Saint Mary’s) Shelley Messenger (at Saint Mary’s) 7. Becky Jones (Sam Houston State) 8. Jessica Herrera (Saint Mary’s) 9. Diane Pasuca (Eastern Washington) Tammy Davisson (Montana) Kelley Cunningham (at Oregon)

34 (1991) 31 (1996) 26 (2008) 26 (2004) 26 (1998) 26 (1996) 25 (2007) 24 (2005) 23 (1997) 23 (1991) 23 (1991)

DIGS (5 GAMES) 1. Heather Signor (at Portland) 2. Linda Bushinski (Pepperdine) 3. B.J. Kuntz (Pepperdine) 4. Diane Pascua (San Francisco) Momi Bowles (Boise State - N) 6. Heather Signor (Pepperdine) Linda Bushinski (at San Francisco) 8. Jessica Herrera (Portland) Nicole Smith (at San Francisco) 10. Becky Jones (Sam Houston State) Seraina Bitzi (Montana) Tracy McKinney (Santa Clara)

35 (2003) 34 (1988) 31 (1988) 29 (1997) 29 (1990) 28 (2003) 28 (1988) 26 (2005) 26 (1989) 25 (2007) 25 (1999) 25 (1992)

BLOCKS - SOLO 1. Kelley Cunningham (at Eastern Washington) 2. Elaina Renius (New Mexico) Elaina Renius (at Saint Mary’s) 4. Elaina Renius (at Washington State) Lisa Petticord (Washington) Lisa Petticord (Nevada) 7. Briawna Muller (San Diego) Briawna Mueller (Saint Mary’s) Briawna Mueller (San Francisco) Nancy Miller (Utah State) Christine Kubista (Loyola Marymount) Kelley Cunningham (at San Diego) Stephanie Messenger (Washington State)

9 (1989) 7 (2007) 7 (2006) 6 (2008) 6 (1990) 6 (1988) 5 (2007) 5 (2006) 5 (2005) 5 (1994) 5 (1994) 5 (1991) 5 (1988)

BLOCKS - ASSISTED 1. Abby Cullen (Portland) 13 (2002) Christine Kubista (Santa Clara) 13 (1995) 3. Briawna Mueller (UC Irvine) 10 (2007) Briawna Mueller (at Portland State) 10 (2004) Briawna Mueller (at Santa Clara) 10 (2004) Theresa Spink (Santa Clara) 10 (1997) Christine Kubista (at Idaho) 10 (1994) Stephanie Messenger (Pepperdine) 10 (1988) 9. Thirteen players tied with 9 blocks - assisted last by Briawna Mueller (San Francisco) 9 (2006) TOTAL BLOCKS 1. Abby Cullen (Portland) 2. Christine Kubista (Santa Clara) Kelley Cunningham (at Eastern Washington) 4. Christine Kubista (Loyola Marymount) Kelley Cunningham (Pepperdine) Lisa Petticord (Nevada) 7. Elaina Renius (vs. Boise State) Briawna Mueller (San Francisco) Briawna Mueller (at Portland State) Lisa Petticord (Washington)

15 (2002) 14 (1995) 14 (1989) 13 (1994) 13 (1991) 13 (1988) 12 (2008) 12 (2005) 12 (2004) 12 (1990)

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All-Time Roster

A Lori Abraham V. Allen C. Alona Lauren Armas Dayna Asay

1982 1979 1977 2001-02-03-04 1987-88-90-91

B Sharon Ballou Kalea Barbour Kelsey Bashaw L. Bauer Brittney Beatty Lacey Bell Robyn Benson Erin Bergman Erika Beutler Seraina Bitzi Michelle Boevers Valerie Borton Momi Bowles Layne Brosky Linda Bushinski

1977-78 1982-83 2007-08 1981 2007-08 2003-04-05 1985-86 2001 2005 1999 2005-07-08 1992-93-95 1989-90-91 2006-07-08 1984-85-86-88

C Daneen Calvin Laura Campbell S. Center M. Chow Katerina Chroustovska Sharee Coad Meg Connelly Erica Cordy Caitlin Cozad J. Cronk Abby Cullen Kelley Cunningham

1985-86-87-88 2001-02-03 1978 1979 2001 1995-96-97 1979-80-81-82 1987-88-89-90 2007-08 1981 2000-01-02-03 1989-90-91-92

D Melissa Daniels M. Darby Christina Davis Tammy Davisson Laura Day G. Demotta Paige Dillingham Jo Dockstader Alecia Douglas Heather Dunn

1981-82-83-84 1979-80-81 2001-02-03-04 1989-90-91-92 2008 1978 2005-06-07-08 1997 2004-05-06-07 2004-05-06-07

E Krista Elliot Lynn Erwin

1993-94 1983-84

Denee Ezerins

2000

F Robi Fairbanks Sue Fallgren Mary Finnerty Susan Fischer Molly Foster D. Frank Barb Frigaard Jennifer Fuller

1982-83 1981 2000-01-02 1996 1982-83-84 1979 1984 1983-84-85-86

G Ellen Gallagher Frances Garcia Penny Gardner Emilee Gihring Jennifer Goetz Kaprina Goodwin Nora Grasham Meghann Green I. Gura C. Gusman

1982-83 2005-06-07 1983-84 2003-04 1993 2008 1994-95-96-97 1998 1977 1977

H Gillian Hanzlik T. Healy Emilie Heggli Jessica Herrera Heather Hertz Stacy Hoffman Jessie Holly Mikaela Holly Adrienne Hoopes Megan Hosek A. Houk

2007 1977-78 1999-2000 2002-03-04-05 2000 1990-91 1999-2000 1999 2003 1996-97-98-99 1978-79

J Emily Johnson Becky Jones K Erinn Kelly Britten Kimbell K. M. King Carri Kiteley Natasha Kozen Christine Kubista Jennifer Kubista B.J. Kuntz L Nicole Lamoure

Candi LaRonge B. Lee Chelsea Linehan Jenny Locken Carolin Lopez

1982 1978-79-80-81 2006-07-08 1990-91-92-93 1995

M Shannon Marolt Kris Martin Gale Mayer Megan McGovern Tracy McKinney Sheri McNeal Stephanie Messenger Michelle Messinger Nancy Miller Briawna Mueller Casy Murdock

1994-95 1988 1982 2004-05 1991-92-93-94 1983-84 1988-89-90-91 1995-96-97 1991-92-93-94 2004-05-06-07 1997-98

N Rene Neilson Annalisa Noble Julie Nordeck

1992 2004 1990-91-92

O Loretta O’Brien Shannon O’Connor Heather Osberg

1982-83 1998-99-00-01 1997-98-99-00

P Cara Paganini Diane Pascua Camisha Pauli Shawn Paulino Missy Perry Lisa Petticord Angie Pflug Allyson Powell

2008 1995-96-97-98 1996 2001-02 2002 1987-88-89-90 1989-90-91 2007-08

2006-07-08 2004-05-06-07

R L. Rancich Elaina Renius 1997 Kim Renshaw 1998-99 Kasey Rey 1978 Nichole Richardson 1995 Lisa Robertson 1999-00-01-02-03 Karen Rothstrom J. Rowland 1993-94-95-96 S. Rubatino 1993-94-95-96 Katy Rydberg 1987-88-90-91 S Hedy Safranski 1995-96-97-98

1977-78-79 2003 1997 1978 1987-88 1994 2000 1985-86-87 1985 2000-01-02-03 1989 1994-96-97 1993 2004-05 1980-81-82 1978-79 1985-86-87-88 1978-79-80-81

T Christie Taylor Sandy Taylor Megan Thompson Kelly Tikker Tianna Tuatagaloa Zuzana Tumova

1998-99-2000 1986-87-88-89 2003-05-06 2008 2005-06-07-08 2001

V Kari Vagstad Denise Van de Mortel Jamie VanMeetren Nicole Varnes Valda Vitolins Jenny Von Volkli

2002 2008 2000-01-02-03 1994-95 1985 1986-87-88

W Peggy Weinand Britt Whiting Jennifer Whitley Aimee Wilson J. Wilson Wendy Wilson K. Winnewisser Rebecca Wood

1984-85-86-87 1999-2000 1992-93 1996-97-98-99 1981 1992-93-94-95 1977-78 2003-04

Y Kristyn Yost

1991-92-93-94

bold indicates current players

1994-95

Post-Season Apperances

1989 Gonzaga WIVC Team

1990 Gonzaga NCAA Team

(L-R) Erica Cordy, Stephanie Messenger, Lisa Petticord (back), Kelley Cunningham, Tammy Pfeifle, Sandy Taylor, Amy Lantz, Momi Bowles, Angie Pflug, Nicole Smith, Head Coach Sean Madden (not pictured).

Front (L-R) Tammy Pfeifle, Jule Nordeck; Back (L-R): Angie Pflug, Tracy McKinney, Jenny Locken, Stacy Hoffman, B.J. Kuntz, Erica Cordy, Lisa Petticord, Dayna Asay, Momi Bowles, Kelley Cunningham, Stephanie Messenger, Head Coach Sean Madden.

Date 12/1 12/1 12/2

1989 - WIVC (Birmingham, AL) Opponent Result/Score William & Mary L/3-1 Northern Iowa L/3-1 Fairleigh Dickinson W/3-1

Date 12/1

1990 - NCAA First Round (Los Angeles, CA) Opponent Result/Score UCLA L/3-0

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1978 2006-07-08 2003-04-05 1992 1992-93 1985-87-88 1984-85-86-87 1977 1977-78-79 2003-04

L. Savio Melissa Schickler Sami Schinnell C. Schram Debbie Schroeder Carrie Schwarze Ellen Shaw Chris Shultz Dianne Shultz Heather Signor Nicole Smith Theresa Spink Kristen Steinfort Kelly Steinhaus Nada Stepovich M. Swoyer Erica Sylvester N. Szott


WCC Players of the Year 13 LISA PETTICORD 1990 WCC Player of the Year Lisa Petticord was one of the first players to take Gonzaga University women’s volleyball to the next level as a NCAA Division I program. A walk-on as a freshman in 1987 who earned All-West Coast Conference first team recognition, Petticord capped her outstanding career by being named the WCC Player of the Year in 1990. A three-time All-WCC first-team pick - she earned second team recognition as a sophomore - Petticord led the Bulldogs to their only NCAA Tournament appearance to date with a record setting senior season. She eclipsed career WCC and school records for kills (1,692), blocks (546) and block assists (408), and set single-season standards for kills (638) and hitting percentage (.364). In addition to her records, she led the WCC in kill average (5.1), and was third in both block average (1.1) and ace average (0.4). Petticord’s honors extended beyond the WCC as she was named to the ASICS/ Volleyball Monthly NCAA Division I honorable mention All-America squad and to the first-team All-West region team as selected by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. At the 1990 Sports Festival in Los Angeles, she played for the bronze-medal winning East squad. She was also a GTE/College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) District VIII first team allacademic selection with a 3.43 GPA in mathematics. The Gonzaga University Bulldog Club also named her the Senior Female Student-Athlete of the Year. Her highest accolade, however, was being named the 1990 Hanes Her Way NCAA Woman of the Year for the State of Washington. She attended the Hanes Her Way Woman of the Year Awards Dinner in Chicago, and a $5,000 scholarship in her name was presented to Gonzaga’s general scholarship fund.

14 KELLEY CUNNINGHAM 1992 WCC Player of the Year One of the most dominant players in the history of the West Coast Conference, Kelley Cunningham rewrote the WCC and Gonzaga record books from 19891992. Cunningham, who won two Sports Festival gold medals, one in 1990 in Los Angeles and the other in 1992 in San Antonio, Texas, shattered former teammate Lisa Petticord’s records for career (1,964) and single-season (651) kills on her way to earning WCC Player of the Year honors in 1992. She is also tied for fourth on the WCC single-season career kills chart with 577 set as a junior, and she holds the first, third, and sixth (450 in 1990) and 10th (286 in 1989) spots on the Gonzaga single-season kills list. She’s second behind Petticord in WCC career blocks (502) and block assists (385). An honorable mention All-WCC pick as a freshman and second-team selection as a sophomore, the homegrown product of Spokane’s Lewis and Clark High began her dominance as a junior in 1991. That season she led the nation in kills-per-game average at 5.888 and paced the WCC with her .301 hitting percentage, and her 14 total blocks and nine block assists at Eastern Washington University set school records. She earned All-West Region second team status as selected by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Her sensational senior campaign saw her gain All-West Region first team recognition and honorable mention All-America honors as selected by Volleyball Monthly Magazine. She produced 19 matches of 20 or more kills, including a personal-best and 1992 WCC season-best of 42 which also stands as a Gonzaga record for a five-game match. Nationally she ranked fourth with an average of 5.86 kills-per-game. Cunningham was the unanimous MVP of the West Coast Conference and earned All-Tournament recognition at three different events during the season. Cunningham was named the Gonzaga University Bulldog Club Senior Female Athlete of the Year, and was Gonzaga’s institutional recipient of the Champion NCAA Woman of the Year.

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Volleyball Honor Roll WEST COAST CONFERENCE HONORS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1990 Lisa Petticord 1992 Kelley Cunningham COACH OF THE YEAR 1990 Sean Madden (Co-Coach) FIRST TEAM 1987 Lisa Petticord 1989 Erica Cordy Lisa Petticord 1990 Erica Cordy Lisa Petticord 1991 Kelley Cunningham 1992 Kelley Cunningham 1994 Tracy McKinney SECOND TEAM 1988 Erica Cordy Lisa Petticord 1990 Kelley Cunningham 1992 Tracy McKinney 1993 Tracy McKinney 1994 Nancy Miller 1995 Wendy Wilson 1996 Jennifer Kubista 1997 Theresa Spink 1998 Heather Osberg HONORABLE MENTION 1989 Kelley Cunningham 1990 Momi Bowles 1991 Momi Bowles 1993 Jennifer Locken 1994 Wendy Wilson

1995 1996 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008

Christine Kubista Jennifer Kubista Christine Kubista Nicole Lamoure Heather Osberg Abby Cullen Katerina Chroustovska Abby Cullen Abby Cullen Becky Jones Heather Dunn Becky Jones Heather Dunn Becky Jones Briawna Mueller Elaina Renius Layne Brosky

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 1987 B.J. Kuntz Lisa Petticord 1988 Stephanie Messenger 1989 Kelley Cunningham 1991 Tracy McKinney 1992 Jennifer Whitley 1995 Nicole Lamoure WEST COAST CONFERENCE (ALL-ACADEMIC) 1991 Kelley Cunningham Stephanie Messenger 1992 Kelley Cunningham Tracy McKinney 1993 Tracy McKinney 1994 Tracy McKinney Nancy Miller 1995 Wendy Wilson 1996 Christy Kubista

1997 1998 1998 1998 1999 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Nora Grasham Nicole Lamoure Amy McCammond Diane Pascua Heather Osberg Christina Davis Christina Davis Emilee Gihring Natasha Kozen Emilee Gihring Becky Jones Becky Jones Becky Jones Elaina Renius Layne Brosky

ALL-WEST REGION AMERICAN VOLLEYBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION FIRST TEAM 1990 Lisa Petticord 1992 Kelley Cunningham SECOND TEAM 1989 Erica Cordy Lisa Petticord 1990 Erica Cordy 1991 Kelley Cunningham OLYMPIC FESTIVAL PARTICIPANTS

ALL-ACADEMIC HONORS (GTE/COSIDA AWARDS) DISTRICT VIII 1990 Lisa Petticord

1989 South

@ Minneapolis, MN Erica Cordy (Bronze)

1990 South West East

@ Los Angeles, CA Kelley Cunningham (Gold) Erica Cordy (Silver) Lisa Petticord (Bronze)

ALL-AMERICA (ASICS/VOLLEYBALL MONTHLY 1992 South MAGAZINE) North HONORABLE MENTION 1994 1990 Lisa Petticord West 1992 Kelley Cunningham 1995 South

@ San Antonio, TX Kelley Cunningham (Gold) Tracy McKinney (Bronze) @ St. Louis, MO Tracy McKinney (Silver) @ Colorado Springs, CO Tracy McKinney (Silver)

First Team All-WCC Selections

Lisa Petticord 1987, 1989, 1990

Erica Cordy 1989, 1990

Kelley Cunningham 1991, 1992

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Tracy McKinney 1994


Year-By-Year Results

9/4 9/5 9/5 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/11 9/12 9/16 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/19 9/19 9/20 9/20 9/20 9/23 9/26 9/26 9/27 9/27 9/30 10/9 10/10 10/11 10/11 10/16 10/21 10/22 10/29 10/31 11/1

9/4 9/4 9/5 9/5 9/8 9/9 9/12 9/16 9/18 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/26 10/2 10/3 10/8 10/9 10/10 10/15 10/16 10/20 10/24 10/27 10/30 10/31 11/5 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14 11/15 11/20 11/21

9/2 9/3 9/3 9/7 9/9 9/13 9/14 9/18 9/23 9/24 9/24 9/30 10/1 10/2 10/8 10/13 10/14 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/25 10/26 10/29 11/3 11/4

1986 (15-18; Ind.) Coach Sheri McNeal Saint Mary’s W 3-0 #Weber State W 3-1 #San Francisco W 3-2 #Oregon State L 3-1 #New Mexico L 3-0 #San Francisco W 3-2 Whitworth W 3-1 MONTANA L 3-1 Idaho L 3-2 NORTHERN MONTANA W 3-1 %Western Washington W 2-0 %Pacific Lutheran W 2-1 %Carroll College L 2-1 %Warner Pacific W 2-0 %Lewis-Clark State L 2-1 %Eastern Montana W 2-1 %Northern Montana L 2-0 WASHINGTON STATE W 3-1 &Simon Fraser W 3-0 &Portland State W 3-1 &Portland L 3-0 &Utah State L 3-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-2 Washington L 3-0 ^Puget Sound L 3-0 ^Lewis and Clark L 3-1 ^Portland L 3-1 Montana L 3-1 Eastern Washington L 3-0 WHITWORTH L 3-0 IDAHO W 3-1 PORTLAND W 3-0 Washington State L 3-0 # USF Tournament (San Francisco, CA) % Whitworth Invitational (Spokane, WA) & Cavanaugh’s Classic (Moscow, ID) ^ Portland Tournament (Portland, OR)

1987 (7-26; 3-11, 7th WCC) Coach Sean Madden #U.S. International L 3-0 #Utah L 3-2 #Idaho State L 3-1 #Montana L 3-1 Washington State L 3-1 WHITWORTH W 3-1 MONTANA L 3-1 Idaho W 3-0 Portland State L 3-0 Washington State L 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-0 IDAHO STATE L 3-1 WEBER STATE L 3-0 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-1 *PEPPERDINE L 3-0 *Saint Mary’s W 3-0 *San Francisco L 3-0 *Santa Clara L 3-2 IDAHO L 3-2 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-1 WASHINGTON STATE L 3-1 *PORTLAND W 3-1 Whitworth W 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S W 3-0 *SAN DIEGO L 3-1 *Loyola Marymount L 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-0 *San Diego L 3-0 *Portland L 3-0 Oregon L 3-0 Oregon State W 3-2 *SAN FRANCISCO L 3-0 *SANTA CLARA L 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match # Idaho State Tournament (Pocatello, ID) 1988 (17-14; 7-7, T3rd WCC) Coach Sean Madden #PORTLAND STATE L #WASHINGTON L #MONTANA L Washington State L WHITWORTH W Montana L EASTERN WASHINGTON W IDAHO STATE W %Wisconsin Green Bay W %Valparaiso W %Loyola-Chicago W *SANTA CLARA L *SAN FRANCISCO W NEVADA W *PORTLAND L *San Francisco L *Santa Clara L *Saint Mary’s W *SAN DIEGO W *SAINT MARY’S W Eastern Washington W WASHINGTON STATE L Idaho W *San Diego W *Loyola Marymount L

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

11/5 11/9 11/12 11/13 11/18 11/19

8/29 8/30 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/12 9/13 9/17 9/22 9/23 9/23 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/6 10/7 10/12 10/13 10/14 10/17 10/20 10/21 10/24 11/2 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/13 11/18 12/1 12/1 12/2

8/31 9/1 9/4 9/7 9/7 9/8 9/11 9/13 9/14 9/14 9/15 9/18 9/27 9/28 9/29 10/6 10/8 10/12 10/13 10/16 10/19 10/20 10/25 10/26 10/27 11/3 11/4 11/6 11/9 11/13 11/17 12/1

8/30 8/31 8/31 9/5 9/6 9/7 9/11 9/17 9/20 9/21 9/24 9/27 9/28

*Pepperdine L 3-0 IDAHO W 3-1 *Portland W 3-1 Portland State L 3-0 *PEPPERDINE L 3-2 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match # Swackhammer’s/Force 10 Classic (Gonzaga) % Loyola-Chicago Invitational (Chicago, IL) 1989 (21-12; 9-5, 2nd WCC) Coach Sean Madden Oregon State L 3-1 Oregon L 3-0 #IDAHO W 3-1 #MONTANA W 3-1 #NOTRE DAME W 3-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-2 Montana L 3-2 NEVADA W 3-0 %Texas Tech W 3-0 %SW Texas State W 3-0 %New Mexico State W 3-0 WASHINGTON STATE W 3-1 *Portland W 3-1 Portland State L 3-2 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-0 *SANTA CLARA W 3-0 *Santa Clara W 3-0 *Saint Mary’s L 3-1 *San Francisco L 3-0 Eastern Washington L 3-2 *SAINT MARY’S L 3-0 *SAN DIEGO W 3-0 Idaho W 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-0 *Loyola Marymount W 3-2 *San Diego W 3-0 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 3-1 *PEPPERDINE L 3-1 Washington State W 3-1 *PORTLAND W 3-0 &William & Mary L 3-1 &Northern Iowa L 3-1 &Fairleigh Dickinson W 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match # Gonzaga September Classic, Gonzaga % New Mexico Tournament, Las Cruces, NM & WIVC, Birmingham, AL 1990 (25-7; 12-2, 2nd WCC) Coach Sean Madden #IDAHO W 3-0 #WASHINGTON W 3-2 Washington State W 3-2 %Washington W 3-2 %Houston W 3-2 %Purdue W 3-2 MONTANA L 3-1 Utah W 3-1 &Boise State W 3-2 &Utah State L 3-0 &Brigham Young L 3-0 Montana W 3-2 *Saint Mary’s W 3-2 *San Francisco W 3-2 *Santa Clara W 3-2 *PORTLAND W 3-0 Idaho L 3-1 *PEPPERDINE L 3-1 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 3-2 Eastern Washington W 3-0 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S W 3-0 *San Diego W 3-2 *Loyola Marymount W 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-1 *Portland W 3-0 Portland State W 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-0 *SANTA CLARA W 3-0 WASHINGTON STATE W 3-2 *SAN DIEGO W 3-0 ^UCLA L 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match # Gonzaga September Classic (Gonzaga) % UW Invitational (Seattle, WA) & BYU Invitational (Provo, UT) ^ NCAA First Round (Los Angeles, CA) 1991 (12-16; 7-7, T4th WCC) Coach Sean Madden #Southern Illinois W #Washington L #Idaho W Oregon L &Illinois W &Oregon L MONTANA L IDAHO L %Wyoming L %Colorado L WASHINGTON STATE L *SAINT MARY’S W *SAN FRANCISCO W

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

10/3 10/4 10/4 10/9 10/14 10/18 10/19 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/6 11/9 11/14 11/15 11/16

9/4 9/4 9/5 9/5 9/10 9/11 9/12 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/22 9/28 10/2 10/3 10/8 10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/24 10/25 10/27 11/5 11/6 11/8 11/13 11/14 11/17 11/22

9/1 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/9 9/10 9/11 9/17 9/17 9/18 9/22 9/26 9/30 10/1 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/15 10/16 10/20 10/22 10/28 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/9 11/14 11/19 11/20

9/2 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/9 9/10 9/10 9/15 9/16

*Loyola Marymount L 3-1 *Pepperdine L 3-0 *San Diego W 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-1 Montana L 3-2 *SAN DIEGO L 3-1 *SANTA CLARA L 3-2 *Portland L 3-1 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 3-0 *PEPPERDINE L 3-1 Eastern Washington W 3-2 *PORTLAND W 3-0 *San Francisco W 3-1 *Santa Clara L 3-1 *Saint Mary’s W 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match # Idaho Invitational (Moscow, ID) & Oregon Invitational (Eugene, OR) % Wyoming Invitational (Laramie, WY)

1992 (16-14; 8-6, T4th WCC) Coach Sean Madden %Oregon State L 3-2 %Southwest Missouri State W 3-2 %Montana State W 3-1 %Montana W 3-1 #OREGON W 3-0 #BOISE STATE L 3-0 #WYOMING L 3-2 &Texas Tech L 3-0 &New Mexico L 3-0 &Auburn W 3-0 Washington State L 3-1 IDAHO L 3-1 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-1 *PEPPERDINE W 3-0 *Santa Clara L 3-1 *Saint Mary’s W 3-0 *San Francisco W 3-0 *SANTA CLARA L 3-2 *SAN DIEGO L 3-2 *PORTLAND W 3-2 MONTANA W 3-0 Idaho L 3-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-0 *San Diego L 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-1 *Loyola Marymount W 3-0 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S W 3-0 Eastern Washington W 3-1 *Portland W 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match % Montana Invitational (Missoula, MT) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) & Texas Tech Invitational (Lubbock, TX) 1993 (10-20; 5-9, T5th) Coach Sean Madden Montana L 3-0 %Boise State L 3-2 %Idaho State L 3-2 %California L 3-0 #OREGON W 3-2 #WEBER STATE W 3-1 #TEXAS TECH W 3-1 &Eastern Washington L 3-0 &Fresno State W 3-1 &Idaho L 3-2 Washington State L 3-0 Washington L 3-2 *Pepperdine L 3-0 *Loyola Marymount L 3-0 *San Diego L 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-1 *PORTLAND W 3-1 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-1 *SANTA CLARA L 3-0 IDAHO L 3-2 SAN DIEGO STATE L 3-2 *Saint Mary’s L 1-3 *San Francisco W 3-0 *Santa Clara L 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S L 3-0 *SAN DIEGO W 3-2 Eastern Washington W 3-2 *Portland W 3-1 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-0 *PEPPERDINE L 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match % Boise State Labor Day Classic (Boise, ID) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) & Idaho Safeco Classic (Moscow, ID) 1994 (17-12; 10-4, 2nd WCC) Coach Sean Madden %Northern Iowa L %Washington State L %Temple W %Nevada W #TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO W #ILLINOIS-CHICAGO W #UTAH STATE W Weber State L &Utah L

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

9/17 9/20 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/6 10/7 10/8 10/14 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/8 11/11 11/19

9/1 9/1 9/2 9/2 9/5 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/11 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/17 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/29 9/30 10/6 10/7 10/13 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/18

&Brigham Young L 3-0 Idaho L 3-1 MONTANA L 3-2 *SAN DIEGO W 3-1 Eastern Washington W 3-1 *San Diego L 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-0 *Loyola Marymount L 3-0 *PEPPERDINE W 3-2 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-2 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-0 *Portland W 3-1 *Santa Clara W 3-0 *Saint Mary’s W 3-0 *San Francisco W 3-1 *SANTA CLARA W 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S W 3-0 IDAHO L 3-0 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-1 *PORTLAND W 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match % Cougar Challenge (Pullman, WA) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) & BYU Mizuno Invitational (Provo, UT)

1995 (6-25; 4-10, T5th WCC) Coach Sean Madden %New Mexico State L 3-0 %Brigham Young L 3-0 %Washington State L 3-0 %Weber State L 3-2 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-1 #CAL POLY L 3-2 #BOISE STATE L 3-1 #BOWLING GREEN L 3-0 Montana W 3-2 &Nebraska L 3-0 &Wyoming L 3-1 &Georgia L 3-1 Colorado L 3-1 Idaho L 3-0 IDAHO STATE L 3-1 IDAHO L 3-0 *PEPPERDINE L 3-0 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-0 *Santa Clara L 3-0 *Saint Mary’s L 3-1 *SAN FRANCISCO L 3-0 *SAN DIEGO L 3-0 Eastern Washington L 3-0 *Portland W 3-1 *Loyola Marymount L 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-2 *SAINT MARY’S W 3-1 *SANTA CLARA L 3-1 *San Diego L 3-0 *San Francisco W 3-0 *PORTLAND W 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match % Cougar Classic (Pullman, WA) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) & Wyoming Invitational (Laramie, WY)

1996 (13-19; 6-8, 5th WCC) Coach Sean Madden (8-16) Interim Coach Eva Windlin-Jansen (5-3) 8/30 %Southern Illinois W 3-0 8/30 %Washington State L 3-0 8/31 %Tulsa L 3-1 8/31 %Idaho State L 3-2 9/4 MONTANA W 3-2 9/6 &Idaho State W 3-2 9/6 &Boise State W 3-2 9/7 &Sam Houston State L 3-0 9/7 &Oregon State L 3-0 9/13 #MICHIGAN L 3-0 9/14 #WYOMING W 3-0 9/14 #GEORGE MASON L 3-0 9/19 Idaho L 3-0 9/21 BOISE STATE W 3-0 9/23 Washington L 3-0 10/1 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-1 10/4 *Pepperdine L 3-1 10/5 *Loyola Marymount L 3-1 10/11 *Santa Clara L 3-1 10/12 *SAINT MARY’S W 3-2 10/15 IDAHO L 3-0 10/18 *San Francisco L 3-1 10/19 *San Diego L 3-2 10/22 Eastern Washington L 3-1 10/26 *PORTLAND W 3-0 11/1 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-1 11/2 *PEPPERDINE W 3-1 11/8 *Saint Mary’s W 3-1 11/9 *Santa Clara L 3-1 11/15 *SAN DIEGO L 3-0 11/16 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-1 11/23 *Portland W 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match % Cougar Classic (Pullman, WA) & Boise State Classic (Boise, ID) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga)

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Year-By-Year Results 8/29 8/29 8/30 9/2 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/9 9/13 9/13 9/16 9/19 9/20 9/23 10/3 10/4 10/11 10/14 10/17 10/18 10/24 10/25 10/28 10/31 11/1 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22

9/1 9/4 9/5 9/5 9/11 9/11 9/12 9/15 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/22 9/28 10/2 10/3 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/24 10/30 10/31 11/3 11/7 11/13 11/14 11/20 11/21

9/1 9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/10 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/18 9/21 10/1 10/2 10/5 10/8 10/9 10/15 10/16 10/19 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/20 11/26 11/27

1997 (9-21; 3-11, 7th WCC) Coach Eva Windlin-Jansen %Wichita State W 3-1 %Texas-Arlington W 3-1 %Washington State L 3-0 Boise State W 3-2 #NOTRE DAME L 3-0 #WASHINGTON STATE L 3-0 #UTAH L 3-0 Idaho W 3-0 &Idaho State W 3-0 &Oregon L 3-0 BOISE STATE L 3-2 Pacific L 3-0 San Jose State L 3-0 Montana W 3-0 *San Diego L 0-3 *San Francisco W 3-2 *Portland W 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-1 *PEPPERDINE L 3-1 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-0 *Santa Clara L 3-2 *Saint Mary’s L 3-2 Eastern Washington L 3-2 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-0 *SAN DIEGO L 3-0 *PORTLAND L 3-2 *Loyola Marymount L 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S L 3-2 *SANTA CLARA L 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match % Cougar Classic (Pullman, WA) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) & Oregon Volleyball Classic (Eugene, OR) 1998 (8-22; 5-9, T5th WCC) Coach Eva Windlin-Jansen WHITWORTH W 3-0 % Louisville L 3-1 %Washington State L 3-1 %Utah L 3-1 &Weber State L 3-1 &Cal Poly L 3-1 &Utah L 3-0 IDAHO L 3-2 #WEBER STATE W 3-1 #BOISE STATE L 3-0 #FRESNO STATE L 3-1 Montana W 3-2 Boise State L 3-0 *SAN DIEGO L 3-1 *SAN FRANCISCO W 3-1 MONTANA L 3-0 *Portland L 3-0 Eastern Washington L 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-1 *Loyola Marymount L 3-0 *SANTA CLARA L 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S W 3-0 *San Francisco W 3-0 *San Diego L 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-0 *PORTLAND W 3-0 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-1 *PEPPERDINE L 3-0 *Saint Mary’s W 3-1 *Santa Clara L 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match % Cougar Classic (Pullman, WA) & Weber State Volleyball Challenge (Ogden, UT) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) 1999 (6-24; 2-12, 7th WCC) Coach Eva Windlin-Jansen WHITWORTH W 3-0 %Creighton L 3-0 %San Jose State L 3-0 %Washington State L 3-0 %Boise State L 3-0 &Northwestern W 3-2 &Montana L 3-1 MONTANA L 2-3 # ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM W 3-0 #NEVADA L 3-0 #OHIO W 3-1 Idaho L 3-0 *Santa Clara L 3-0 *San Francisco L 3-1 Eastern Washington L 3-0 *SAINT MARY’S L 3-0 *SAN DIEGO L 3-0 *Loyola Marymount L 3-0 *Pepperdine L 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-0 *Portland W 3-1 *SAN FRANCISCO L 3-1 *SANTA CLARA L 3-0 *San Diego L 3-0 *Saint Mary’s L 3-0 *PEPPERDINE L 3-0 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-0 *PORTLAND W 3-0 ^Idaho L 3-0 ^Boise State L 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match % Cougar Classic (Pullman, WA) & Boise State Challenge (Boise, ID) # Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) ^ Idaho Thanksgiving Classic (Moscow, ID)

9/1 9/1 9/2 9/2 9/8 9/9 9/10 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/26 9/29 9/30 10/6 10/7 10/13 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/18 11/19 11/24 11/15

8/31 8/31 9/1 9/1 9/4 9/7 9/8 9/8 9/18 9/24 9/28 9/29 10/5 10/6 10/12 10/13 10/20 10/23 10/26 10/27 10/30 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/17

8/30 8/31 8/31 9/2 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/21 9/21 9/26 10/4 10/5 10/11 10/12 10/18 10/19 10/22 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/8 11/9 11/15 11/16 11/23

8/29 8/30 8/30 9/5

2000 (5-26; 1-13, 8th WCC) Coach Eva Windlin-Jansen # Washington State L 3-0 # Kansas State L 3-0 # Utah State L 3-0 # Rhode Island W 3-0 & Eastern Kentucky W 3-0 & Yale W 3-0 & Alaska-Fairbanks L 3-2 + MONTANA L 3-0 + TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN W 3-0 + CAL POLY L 3-0 Montana L 3-0 IDAHO L 3-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-0 * SANTA CLARA L 3-2 * SAN FRANCISCO L 3-2 * Saint Mary’s L 3-2 * San Diego L 3-0 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-0 * PEPPERDINE L 3-0 Eastern Washington L 3-0 * PORTLAND L 3-1 * San Francisco L 3-0 * Santa Clara L 3-0 * SAN DIEGO L 3-1 * SAINT MARY’S L 3-1 * Pepperdine L 3-0 * Loyola Marymount L 3-0 * Portland W 3-2 * Washington L 3-0 ^ Boise State L 3-1 ^ Idaho L 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match # Cougar Challenge (Pullman, WA) & Nanook Classic (Fairbanks, AK) + Spikeoff Spokane (Gonzaga) ^ Boise State Thanksgiving Classic (Boise, ID) 2001 (9-17; 5-9, 5th WCC) Coach Eva Windlin-Jansen # Boise State W 3-1 # Pacific L 3-0 # Washington State L 3-0 # Bradley L 3-1 Montana L 3-0 + Nevada-Las Vegas W 3-2 + American L 3-2 + Western Carolina W 3-0 Idaho L 3-1 MONTANA STATE L 3-0 * PEPPERDINE L 3-0 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-0 * Santa Clara L 3-0 * San Francisco W 3-0 * SAINT MARY’S W 3-2 * SAN DIEGO L 3-2 * Portland W 3-1 OREGON W 3-2 * Loyola Marymount L 3-0 * Pepperdine L 3-0 Eastern Washington L 3-0 * SAN FRANCISCO W 3-1 * SANTA CLARA L 3-0 * San Diego L 3-0 * Saint Mary’s L 3-0 * PORTLAND W 3-2 * West Coast Conference Match # Cougar Challenge (Pullman, WA) + UNLV Classic (Las Vegas, NV) 2002 (4-24; 2-12, T7th WCC) Coach Kip Yoshimura # Brigham Young L 3-1 # Washington State L 3-0 # Nevada L 3-0 MONTANA L 3-0 + Montana State L 3-0 + Florida Atlantic W 3-2 + Eastern Michigan L 3-0 IDAHO L 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-0 & Cincinnati L 3-0 & Colorado State L 3-0 & Nevada L 3-0 Boise State W 3-0 * Pepperdine L 3-0 * Loyola Marymount L 3-0 * SANTA CLARA L 3-1 * SAN FRANCISCO W 3-2 * Saint Mary’s W 3-2 * San Diego L 3-0 Eastern Washington L 3-0 * PORTLAND L 3-2 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 3-1 * PEPPERDINE L 3-0 * San Francisco L 3-0 * Santa Clara L 3-0 * SAN DIEGO L 3-0 * SAINT MARY’S L 3-1 * Portland L 3-1 * West Coast Conference Match # Cougar Challenge (Pullman, WA) + Holiday Inn Classic (Bozeman, MT) & Coors Classic (Fort Collins, CO) 2003 (4-26; 1-13, T7th WCC) Coach Kip Yoshimura # Oregon State L # Northern Arizona L # Mississippi State W + Arizona State L

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

9/6 9/6 9/12 9/13 9/13 9/19 9/20 9/20 9/22 9/24 10/3 10/4 10/7 10/10 10/11 10/14 10/17 10/18 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/22

9/1 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/9 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/18 9/27 10/1 10/2 10/8 10/9 10/12 10/15 10/16 10/22 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/15 11/20

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8/25 8/25 8/26

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# South Dakota State L 3-2 @ CONNECTICUT L 3-0 @ GARDNER-WEBB W 3-0 @ PORTLAND STATE L 3-1 $ UMBC W 3-0 $ North Dakota State L 3-2 $ Washington L 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-2 ^ Oregon L 3-0 ^ Boise State L 3-0 Montana L 3-2 * Pepperdine L 3-0 * Loyola Marymount L 3-0 * IDAHO W 3-2 * Portland L 3-0 * SANTA CLARA L 3-2 * SAN DIEGO L 3-0 * San Francisco L 3-0 * Saint Mary’s W 3-2 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 3-2 * PEPPERDINE L 3-0 * PORTLAND W 3-0 * San Diego L 3-1 * Santa Clara L 3-0 * SAINT MARY’S L 3-1 * SAN FRANCISCO W 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match # Jackrabbit Tournament (Brookings, SD) @ Gonzaga Volleyball Invitational (Spokane, WA) $ Washington Tournament (Seattle, WA) ^ Boise State Tournament (Boise, ID) 2007 (17-13; 5-9, 7th WCC) Coach Kip Yoshimura # Canisius W 3-0 # UC Irvine L 3-1 # Montana W 3-0 WASHINGTON STATE L 3-1 $ WASHINGTON L 3-0 $ MORGAN STATE W 3-0 $ BOISE STATE W 3-0 MONTANA W 3-0 % Bowling Green W 3-2 % Northern Colorado W 3-0 % New Mexico W 3-2 ^ Alcorn State W 3-0 ^ Sam Houston W 3-1 ^ TCU L 3-0 Idaho W 3-1 * Saint Mary’s L 3-0 * Santa Clara L 3-0 * PEPPERDINE L 3-1 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 3-1 Eastern Washington W 3-0 * PORTLAND W 3-0 * San Francisco W 3-2 * San Diego L 3-2 * SANTA CLARA L 3-0 * SAINT MARY’S W 3-1 * Loyola Marymount L 3-2 * Pepperdine L 3-0 * Portland W 3-0 * SAN DIEGO L 3-0 * SAN FRANCISCO L 3-0 * West Coast Conference Match # University of Montana Tournament $ Gonzaga University Tournament % University of New Mexico Tournament ^ TCU Tournament 2008 (10-21; 3-11, 7th WCC) Coach Kip Yoshimura ! Bradley W 3-0 ! Montana L 3-1 ! North Dakota State L 3-2 ! UC Riverside L 3-0 # Wsahington L 3-0 # Portland State L 3-0 # Boise State W 3-1 Washington State L 3-2 $ UTEP W 3-0 $ SAN DIEGO STATE W 3-1 $WEBER STATE L 3-1 IDAHO W 3-2 & Pittsburgh L 3-2 & Virginia Commonwealt L 3-2 & Eastern Michigan W 3-0 * San Diego L 3-0 * San Francisco L 3-1 * SAINT MARY’S L 3-0 * SANTA CLARA L 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 3-2 * Pepperdine L 3-1 * Loyola Marymount L 3-1 SEATTLE W 3-0 * Portland W 3-0 * SAN FRANCISCO W 3-2 * SAN DIEGO L 3-0 * Santa Clara L 3-0 * Saint Mary’s L 3-0 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 3-2 * PEPPERDINE L 3-0 * PORTLAND L 3-1 *West Coast Conference Match ! Montana Tournament (Missoula, MT) # Northwest Challenge (Seattle, WA) $ Gonzaga Tournament (Spokane, WA) % Pittsburgh Tournament (Pittsburgh, PA)


West Coast Conference Gonzaga University Location: Spokane, Wash. Enrollment: 7,500 Nickname: Bulldogs

University of Portland Location: Portland, Ore. Enrollment: 3,300 Nickname: Pilots

Loyola Marymount University

Pepperdine University

Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment: 8,300 Nickname: Lions

Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment: 8,300 Nickname: Waves

University of San Diego

Saint Mary’s College

Location: San Diego, Calif. Enrollment: 7,600 Nickname: Toreros

Location: Moraga, Calif. Enrollment: 4,768 Nickname: Gaels

Santa Clara University

University of San Francisco

Location: Santa Clara, Calif. Enrollment: 8,377 Nickname: Broncos

Location: San Francisco, Calif. Enrollment: 8,000 Nickname: Dons

WEST COAST CONFERENCE OFFICE 1200 Bayhill Drive Suite 302 San Bruno, CA 94066 (650) 873-8622 - phone (650) 873-7846 - fax www.wccsports.com Jamie Zaninovich Wendy Guthrie Commissioner Associate Commissioner jzainovich@westcoast.org wguthrie@westcoast.org

Scott Leykam Ellen Moore Associate Commissioner Dir. of Championships sleykam@westcoast.org emoore@westcoast.org

Jae Wilson Dir. of Communitcations jwilson@westcoast.org

Christine Halsey Dir. of Compliance chasley@westcoast.org

When the West Coast Conference first got its start back in 1952, the founders really had only one goal in mind...to create a convenient way for five Bay Area schools to play basketball. Now, 57 years later, a marvelously cohesive athletics league, which is competitive at the national level in 13 sports, is entering 30 seasons under its present eight-team mix. The current members of the WCC span the western coast of the United States from Canada to Mexico. Though the institutions range from the pine forests of eastern Washington state to the sun drenched beaches of southern California, the combined excellence in athletics and academics sets the conference apart on the national scene and draws the individual institutions together in a common mission. The WCC crowns champions in 13 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball. The league was chartered by five Bay Area institutions (San Francisco, Saint Mary’s, Santa Clara, San Jose State and Pacific) as the California Basketball Association, playing its first game on January 2, 1953. After two seasons of play under that name, the conference expanded to include Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine in 1955, and became the “West Coast Athletic Conference” in 1956. The name was shortened in 1989. The current alignment of Gonzaga, LMU, Pepperdine, Portland, Saint Mary’s, San Diego, San Francisco and Santa Clara has remained unchanged since 1979, making the WCC the third most stable conference in the nation. Only the Ivy League and Pacific-10 Conference have been together longer. Women’s volleyball became an officially recognized West Coast Conference sport in the fall of 1985, and WCC teams have flourished over the past 24 years of competition. The conference has been well represented in NCAA action, with at least two teams going to the NCAA Tournament each of the last eight seasons. In 2003 the WCC had six of its eight members gain NCAA tournament berths to rank as the top conference for percentage of members making the tournament field at 75 percent. In 2005, Santa Clara became the first WCC school to advance to the Final Four losing in the National Semifinal to Nebraska.

WCC Volleyball Champions 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

San Diego (23-5/12-2) San Diego (21-8/11-3) San Diego (26-4/13-1) Santa Clara (27-5/12-2) San Diego (24-5/14-0) Pepperdine (27-3/14-0) Pepperdine (26-7/14-0) Pepperdine (23-4/14-0) Santa Clara (26-4/13-1) Pepperdine (26-4/14-0) San Diego (24-6/12-2) San Diego (26-4/13-1) Loyola Marymount (26-3/14-0) Loyola Marymount (24-5/14-0) Loyola Marymount (19-10/12-2) Santa Clara (22-10/12-2) Santa Clara (21-11/13-1) Pepperdine (23-8/14-0) Pepperdine (25-6/14-0) Pepperdine (20-10/14-0) Pepperdine (16-16/13-1) Pepperdine (19-12/14-0) Loyola Marymount (24-8/10-2) Pepperdine (21-14/12-0)

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West Coast Conference # 14 San Diego # 25 San Francisco Saint Mary’s # 23 Pepperdine Santa Clara Loyola Marymount Gonzaga Portland

W 12 11 10 8 8 3 3 1

2008 West Coast Conference Final Standings Conference Games Overall Games Pct Home Away W L Pct Home .857 6-1 6-1 23 5 .852 11-1 .786 7-0 4-3 22 8 .759 16-1 .714 2-2 6-1 20 8 .741 6-3 .571 3-3 4-3 20 8 .741 7-3 .571 2-3 4-3 18 10 .654 5-3 .214 2-5 1-6 13 17 .433 9-9 .214 2-5 1-6 10 21 .323 6-7 .071 1-6 1-6 8 24 .250 3-11 $ WCC Champion % NCAA Tournament Appearance

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KILL AVERAGE PLAYER RUBENSTEIN, Julie, PEP DAY, Emily, LMU DeGROOT, Amy, USD MANDALA, Sarah, USF LOWE, Brittany, SCU

G 101 112 93 114 97

K 446 484 392 413 346

AVG. 4.42 4.32 4.22 3.62 3.57

HITTING PERCENTAGE PLAYER GOMBOS, Alix, USF BABIN, Carly, USF CMAYLO, Anna, SCU STEHLING, Becky, LMU HILL, Kim, PEP

G 110 112 99 112 101

K 271 318 295 277 216

E 48 72 82 57 46

TA 522 653 566 596 482

PCT. .427 .377 .376 .369 .353

G 88 102 99 75 117

AST 1012 1168 1063 801 1206

AVG. 11.50 11.45 10.74 10.68 10.31

G 97 114 101 92 112

ACES 37 39 33 28 31

AVG. 0.38 0.34 0.33 0.30 0.28

TB 112.0 106.0 108.0 115.0 94.0

AVG. 1.11 1.07 1.07 1.03 1.02

ASSIST AVERAGE PLAYER NYROP, Jessica, USD KAMANA’O, Kapua, SMC DAVIGEADONO, Lindsy, SCU FIERS, Kiah, PEP VAN DE MORTEL, Denise, GON

ACE AVERAGE PLAYER LOWE, Brittany, SCU CARROLL, Haley, USF RUBENSTEIN, Julie, PEP MORRISON, Libby, SCU CARROLL, Darcy, USF

BLOCK AVERAGE PLAYER HILL, Kim, PEP CMAYLO, Anna, SCU LOWELL, Shannon, SMC BABIN, Carly, USF BURTON, Megan, SMC

G 101 99 101 112 92

BS 14 12 6 24 21

BA 98 94 102 91 73

Neut 6-0 2-3 5-2 6-1 6-0 4-0 3-4 3-3

Stk. L1 L1 L1 L3 L1 L4 L2 W1

2008 ALL-WEST COAST CONFERENCE TEAM Player Carly Babin Megan Burton Anna Cmaylo Emily Day Amy DeGroot Alix Gombos Kapua Kamana’o Shannon Lowell Sarah Mandala Jessica Nyrop Julie Robenstein

Yr. SR JR SR SR JR SO SO SO SO SR SR

Pos. MB MB MB OH OH MB S MB OPP S OH

School San Francisco Saint Mary’s Santa Clara Loyola Marymount San Diego San Francisco Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s San Francisco San Diego San Diego

Player of the Year: Amy DeGroot, San Diego Defensive Player of the Year: Stevi Robinson, Pepperdine Co-Freshman of the Year: Kim Hill, Pepperdine Coach of the Year: Jennifer Petrie, San Diego Honorable Mention Layne Brosky, Gonzaga; Darcy Carroll, San Francsico; Haley Carroll, San Francisco; Andrea Csaszi, San Diego; Lindsy Davigeadano, Santa Clara; Kiah Fiers, Pepperdine; Ashley Grayson, Portland; Kim Hill, Pepperdine; Brittany Lowe, Santa Clara; Rachel Lumsden, Pepperdine; Elaina Renius, Gonzaga; Stevi Robinson, Pepperdine; Jennifer Sheedy, Portland; Becky Stehling, Loyola Marymount. Freshman Team Ariana Covington, Loyola Marymount; Lilla Frederick, Pepperdine; Kim Hill, Pepperdine; Marissa Plummer, Portland; Stevi Robinson, Pepperdine; Chanteal Satele, Saint Mary’s; Tanya Schmidt, Santa Clara.

DIG AVERAGE PLAYER ROBINSON, Stevi, PEP CARROLL, Haley, USF CSASZI, Andrea, USD FISHER, Alita, SMC DILLINGHAM, Paige, GON

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DIGS 452 518 387 351 417

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Gonzaga University UNIVERSITY ORIGIN Gonzaga was founded in 1887 by Father Joseph Cataldo, S.J., as a frontier boarding school for boys. The school has established its own unique identity since starting as a single building along the banks of the Spokane River. Named for the Jesuit Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, the patron of youth, the 122-year-old institution has grown and matured into one of the West’s premier regional universities. Gonzaga’s educational philosophy is based on the 469-year-old Ignatian model that aims to educate the whole person-mind, body and spirit - an integration of science and art, faith and reason, action and contemplation. The state Legislature accorded Gonzaga status as a University in 1912, the same year the School of Law began. The 1920’s were highlighted by the establishment of the School of Business Administration (1921) and the School of Education (1928). The Graduate School was launched in 1931 and the School of Engineering was created in 1934 to meet the demand sparked by the new national interest in hydroelectric projects. Enrollment swelled in the late 1940’s due largely to the G.I. Bill and women were first admitted in 1948. Situated on 94 acres of landscaped campus located in a residential section of Spokane, the Gonzaga campus continues to grow and change with the times. Opening in the summer of 2000, Gonzaga’s School of Law Building becomes the newest addition to the growing urban campus. A new Rosauers School of Education building was completed in the spring of 1994, and Jundt Art Center and Museum opened in the fall of 1995. Other campus additions in recent years are the Herak Center which houses the School of Engineering and the Jepson Center which has the School of Business Administration as its tenants. The former Crosby Library was transformed into a new Student Union Building.

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Gonzaga University What the Future Holds In April 2002, Gonzaga launched a $119 million capital campaign entitled “Educating People the World Needs Most.” The campaign will provide new scholarships and professorships, and construction and renovation of buildings for athletics and recreation, the sciences, business, engineering, the performing arts and residence living. The Start of Jesuit Education Founded in 1540 by Basque nobleman Ignatius of Loyola, the Society of Jesus is an order of Catholic priests and brothers, who with their lay colleagues, carry on a 469-year tradition of eduction excellence. While recovering from a battle wound, Ignatius’ life was changed by reading the Bible and studying the lives of the saints. His religious experiences led him to renounce the life of courtier and soldier to serve God. That inspired him to write the Spiritual Exercises, a work that would become the basis of Jesuit spirituality and mission. After studying at the University of Paris for seven years, he founded a school based on his scholarship. At the time of Ignatius’ death in 1556, Jesuits ran 33 colleges and universities worldwide. Georgetown University, founded in 1789, became the first American Jesuit university. There are now 112 Jesuit colleges and universities in the world, including 33 in the United States. Gonzaga University is named for Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, a 16th century priest. In his effort to comfort the ill in Rome during the plague, he caught the scourge and died a young man. He is named the Patron Saint of Youth. www.GoZags.com * www.twitter.com/GonzagaBulldogs

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Gonzaga Athletics Athletic tradition at Gonzaga University is almost as old as the University itself, ranging from the football hey days at the early part of the century to the Bulldogs foray into the NCAA Elite Eight. As the University has grown from a single building along the banks of the Spokane River in 1887 into a major urban campus, so too has the Gonzaga athletic program grown. Gonzaga now competes in 16 varsity sports at the NCAA Division I level and is a proud member of the West Coast Conference. In the early part of the century, football was the game at Gonzaga as future NFL Hall-of-Famers Ray Flaherty and Tony Canadeo joined with many others to put Bulldog Athletics on the map. As Gonzaga slowly dropped football as an intercollegiate sport, hockey came to the forefront as Gonzaga won the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Hockey Championship in 1939. During the 1940’s and 1950’s men’s basketball and boxing became the feature sports at Gonzaga as the Bulldog’s basketball team reached the 1948 NAIA National Tournament played in Kansas City. Two years later Gonzaga won its only NCAA National Championship to date as the Bulldog boxing team won the 1950 NCAA Championship. Men’s basketball remained in the spotlight through the late 1950’s as Gonzaga’s all-time leading rebounder Jerry Vermillion and all-time leading scorer Frank Burgess graced the hardwood for the Zags. Through the 1970’s and early 1980’s Gonzaga baseball came to dominate play in the Pacific Northwest. The Bulldogs won eight conference titles over a 10-year span from 1971-1981. That 10-year run witnessed seven post-season appearances for Gonzaga, highlighted by a NCAA West Regional championship appearance in 1978. Women’s athletics had some of its most successful years as the 1990’s started with both the volleyball and basketball teams making post-season appearances. Behind All-Americans Lisa Petticord and Kelley Cunningham, the volleyball Bulldogs made their only NCAA Tournament appearance in 1990. In 1994 the women’s basketball team grabbed the spotlight making it’s first post-season tournament with a bid to the Women’s National Invitational Tournament in Amarillo, Texas. The women’s team returned to post-season action in 2004 and 2005 with back-to-back WNIT bid. In 2007 Gonzaga women’s basketball won its inagural WCC Tournament Champiopnship and earned its first berth into the NCAA Tournament. Women’s basketball continues to keep its name in the spotlight, prodcuing its most successful season to date as it made it to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2009. Women’s crew has also become a dominant sport with the team winning 12 West Coast Conference Rowing Championships and capturing the ECAC National Invitational championship in 2003. 2009 Gonzaga University Women’s Volleyball

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A Formula Of Success Gonzaga has been vaulted on the national scene based on the success of its men’s basketball team in the NCAA Tournament. In 1999, the Bulldogs captured the hearts of the nation with their incredible run to the Elite Eight, following up that success with Sweet Sixteen appearances in 2000, 2001 and 2009. Men’s basketball has continued to build on that national success making 11-straight NCAA Tournament appearances and reaching the top echelon of the national rankings. In 2002 Gonzaga finished the season ranked sixth in the Associated Press poll only to top that success two seasons later with a No. 3 national ranking and a No. 2 seed in the 2004 NCAA Tournament. National Player of the Year candidate Adam Morrison led the nation in scoring in 2006. He was the third pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, selected by the Charlotte Bobcats. Along with team success, the Bulldogs have also had numerous individual accolades during the past couple of years with basketball stars Dan Dickau, Blake Stepp and Adam Morrison each earning All-American honors while being named to the Wooden All-American teams. On the baseball field Nate Gold led the NCAA in home runs in 2002 while earning All-America honors and becoming a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy and Rotary Smith awards for collegiate baseball Player of the Year. In 2004 catcher Kiel Thibault continued that success as he was named a semifinalist for the Johnny Bench Award for baseball’s top collegiate catcher. In 2007, pitcher Clayton Mortenson was named Louisville Slugger Third Team All-America and was drafted 36th overall in the MLB draft. On the water women’s rower Maria Bokulich and Kelly Steinhaus made names for themselves with All-America accolades and invites to the U.S. Rowing National Team non-Olympic camp. In addition to standout athletic teams through the years and recent individual success, Gonzaga has also been home to many top notch individual athletes such as the NBA’s all-time assist and steals leader and 2009 NBA Hall of Fame inductee - John Stockton; U.S. Speed Skating Champion and 2006 Olympian - Kristine Holzer; U.S. National Soccer team member - Brian Ching; Florida Marlins World Series catcher - Mike Redmond; 2004 National League Rookie of the Year and 2005, 2006 and 2009 AllStar - Jason Bay; U.S. Olympic Rowing team member - Monica Tranel-Michini; former two-time U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Golf Champion - Connie Oldershaw Guthrie; and Stanley Cup winning goal-keeper and 1945 Calder Cup recipient for the Toronto Maple Leafs - Frank McCool.

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Gonzaga University McCarthey Athletic Center After 35 years of competing in the powerful atmosphere of the Kennel in the Charlotte Y. Martin Centre, Gonzaga Basketball shot over to the $25 million McCarthey Athletic Center. Completed in November 2004, the McCarthey Athletic Center houses the men’s and women’s basketball games, locker rooms, practice facility, and coaching offices. This new arena includes six concessions, 12 large bathrooms, two family restrooms, six luxury suites, a Club Room, four visiting team locker rooms, additional athletic administration offices, and practice facilities for the Gonzaga men’s and women’s crew teams. In addition to hosting basketball events, the McCarthey Athletic Center has the ability to host nonathletic events such as concerts, tournaments, banquets, meetings, and receptions.

Charlotte Y. Martin Centre The Martin Centre is home to the women’s volleyball team and hosts many outside events. The complex also includes the Rudolf Fitness Center, the Josh Burrows Performance Athletic Center, training room, locker rooms, and the offices for the Athletic Department.

Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field Gonzaga’s new home beginning in 2007, Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field returned baseball to the Bulldog campus for the first time since 2003. The first game in the new, state-of-the-art lighted facility, was March 15, 2007, the first night game was played April 17, 2007, and the dedication game was played April 20, 2007. The complex is named after the family of Michael Patterson, 2008 chairman of the Board of Trustees, while Pete Stanton and Washington Trust Bank in Spokane was also a major contributor to the project.

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Athletic Facilities Kermit R. Rudolf Fitness Center In addition to athletic life, the Martin Centre complex also includes the Kermit R. Rudolf Fitness Center, which opened in the spring of 2003. The fitness center includes two levels, housing fitness and strength training zones. The area is also equipped with 14 televisions on separate broadcasting channels so patrons can select which channel to watch. The area also contains a 25-yard indoor pool with six lanes for lap swimming. The former fieldhouse has been incorporated into the fitness center providing an indoor running track, three basketball/volleyball courts, four racquetball courts, and two aerobic rooms. Ample locker room space has also been built into the center for patrons to use.

Gonzaga Soccer Field Construction on Gonzaga’s new multi-million dollar soccer stadium started in early February of 2008, and anyone who has visited the Rudolf Fitness Center knows and has seen firsthand as the project has gone from muddy mess to a pile of dirt to green field of dreams. The first phase of the stadium was completed in late Aug. 2008. Phase I included both the main playing and practice fields, the plaza, press box, main ticket booth, berms and site landscaping. Phases II, III and IV will round out work on the soccer stadium including the completion of the main grandstands, locker rooms, concessions, restrooms and lastly the installation of the stadium lights.

Harry A. Green Indoor Rowing Facility Opened in October 2005, the Harry A. Green Indoor Rowing Facility provides state-of-the-art practice facilities for the Gonzaga University men’s and women’s rowing programs. The 6,000 square foot room is divided into three workout areas with additional space for storage and team meeting areas. Up to 12 ergs can be raced head-to-head on each of the three plasma screens. The other two areas are dedicated to weight equipment and room for conditioning and stretching. The room also houses 60 storage lockers for student-athletes to use during workout sessions. A video center/conference room showcases the Gonzaga trophy collection and gives student-athletes access to a private study area. An additional room is available for coaches to study video with rowers to highlight areas of each race or workout.

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Gonzaga University Josh Burrows had a vision and Gonzaga University had a need. The two culminated into what you see before you today, the Josh Burrows Performance Athletic Center. His vision was to provide Gonzaga University and its student-athletes the winning edge in sports science, emphasizing state-of-the-art sports training methods. That vision has now become a reality. A 1979 graduate of Gonzaga University and longtime Spokane resident, Josh has always been interested in dynamic sports training. He has spent countless hours researching and identifying improved means of increasing athletic performance, some of it through his own athletic training. With the dedication of the Josh Burrows Performance Center, “JB”, as he is affectionately known by the student-athletes, will be remembered as the “father of fitness” within the Bulldogs Athletics Family, as student-athletes for years to come will reap the rewards of his vision.

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Athletic Facilities The Gonzaga University Athletic Training facilities in Martin Centre were undersized and under equipped to keep up with the momentum of Gonzaga Athletics. With an apparent and immediate need looming, GU Athletics began raising funds for a new facility. Construction of the Diedrick/DeLong Athletic Training Center kicked of in early October of 2008. The new facility will meet the needs of all Gonzaga University athletes and enhance our ability to train and rehabilitate these student-athletes using the newest techniques and treatments. ATHLETIC TRAINING CENTER HIGHLIGHTS ● Approximately 5,000 sq. ft. ● New training center space located on southeast corner of Martin Centre ● Five full-time staff offices ● Two doctor’s offices ● State-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment, balance and proprioception training areas ● Two HydroWorx pools: The polar plunge, a 9.5-by-7.5 cold water pool and the hydrotherapy pool, a 14-foot-long pool with a built-in treadmill

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Gonzaga Academic Success Gonzaga coaches take an active role in monitoring the academic standing of their athletes. Coaches require student-athletes to attend study table when on the road for an extended period, and several coaches have also adopted a study table policy at home. If a student-athlete is struggling academically, there are several avenues of help available. Tutors are available specifically for student-athletes, and student-athletes can also utilize the general Gonzaga University tutors, study labs and computer work stations available to the entire student population. The success of the attention paid to the academic welfare of the student-athletes is reflected in their performance in the classroom. During the 2008-09 academic year, 85 student-athletes earned their way on to the President’s List with a grade point average of 3.7 or higher, and 80 were on the Dean’s List with a GPA of 3.5-3.69. Overall, Gonzaga’s 300-plus student-athletes combined for a 3.22 GPA for the spring semester, maintaining their cumulative GPA of 3.21. Gonzaga student-athletes constantly dot the West Coast Conference all-academic teams, and on a national scale 20 student-athletes have been named to CoSIDA/Verizon Academic All-America squads. The Gonzaga baseball program has produced six Academic All-America accolades, including Eric Rodland and Jared Hertz, both twotime honorees. Gonzaga’s WCC Scholar-Athletes of the Year 2004 2002 1994 1992 1985 1984 1982

Blake Stepp (Basketball) Dan Dickau (Basketball) Jeff Brown (Basketball) Jarrod Davis (Basketball) Bryce McPhee (Basketball) John Stockton (Basketball) Bill Dunlap (Basketball)

With the opening of the new Gonzaga academic center in the summer of 2003, Gonzaga student-athletes can now take advantage of several academic tools. Tutors and additional class help can be accessed through the academic office. Studentathletes can also take advantage of the updated computer lab located in the academic center, available to student-athletes for work on term papers and additional projects.

Gonzaga Academic All-Americans Baseball 2002 Eric Rodland (3rd Team) 2001 Jared Hertz (1st Team) Eric Rodland (3rd Team) 2000 Jared Hertz (3rd Team) 1990 Gary Van Tol (3rd Team) Men’s Soccer 2007 George Josten (1st Team) 2006 George Josten (1st Team) 2005 George Josten (3rd Team) Men’s Basketball Blake Stepp (2nd Team) Blake Stepp (3rd Team) Dan Dickau (1st Team) Jeff Brown (1st Team) * Jeff Brown (1st Team) Jarrod Davis (1st Team) Jeff Brown (3rd Team) 1991 Jarrod Davis (2nd Team) 1990 Jim McPhee (2nd Team) 1985 Bryce McPhee (1st Team) 1984 Bryce McPhee (2nd Team) John Stockton (2nd Team) 1983 Bryce McPhee (3rd Team) * Academic All-American of the Year 2004 2003 2002 1994 1993 1992

Gonzaga Academic All-American Honors Academic and athletic success go hand-in-hand at Gonzaga as witnessed by the Bulldogs 20 Academic All-American recipients. In 1994, Gonzaga’s Jeff Brown was named the Academic All-American of the Year and in 2002 John Stockton was inducted into the Verizon Academic AllAmerican Hall of Fame (photo below).

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Thayne McCulloh - Interim President Dr. Thayne McCulloh (BA, ’89) became Gonzaga University’s interim president in the summer of 2009, succeeding the eleven-year tenure of Jesuit President Father Robert J. Spitzer. McCulloh, with 19 years as a Gonzaga administrator, knows that it is his job – ‘interim’ title notwithstanding – to collaborate with other Gonzaga stakeholders and continue to build upon Fr. Spitzer’s remarkable legacy. In fall 2009, Gonzaga enrolled its largest freshman class ever, more than 1,200 students, bringing the university overall enrollment to more than 7,500. While continued success in all ways is important to McCulloh, sustaining and reinforcing the mission of Gonzaga as a Jesuit, Catholic and humanistic institution is fundamental to him. “We, as a community, are going to be led first and foremost by our University Mission, which unites us and allows us to remain focused and faithful to the charge that has been given to all of us,” McCulloh said. “Our fundamental mission is to educate men and women in an environment that is both academically rigorous and distinctively Jesuit, Catholic, and humanistic.” McCulloh knows that environment well. He spent three years here as an undergraduate, earning his bachelor’s degree in psychology, before moving on to Oxford University to earn a doctorate in experimental social psychology. He returned to Gonzaga in 1990 and has held numerous positions – and worked on many projects – over the past 19 years. These include service as interim academic vice president, vice president for administration and planning, associate academic vice president, and dean of student financial services, among others. Gonzaga is ingrained in him. “Gonzaga is our life in a lot of ways,” said McCulloh, who

with wife Julie (BA ’92, MBA ’97, Gonzaga’s dean of admission), has three daughters. “The way we choose to work and live is with an understanding that it’s not merely ‘a job.’ We feel we are participating in something really important. It’s great to be a part of it, and it’s why we feel at home at Gonzaga. It’s hard to draw a sharp distinction between our private life and our life at Gonzaga, as there is an awful lot that we share, as a family, in common with others who work here. “I came to Gonzaga to get a college education, and what brought me back as an employee was the awareness that this place is about transforming women and men who have unique gifts and talents, and come from all different experiences. Here we ask students to focus on important life questions, and we challenge them to think about what they want to do with their lives that will be of benefit to their fellow human beings. That’s a powerful and important endeavor in a world so desperately in need of it,” McCulloh said. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Washington, D.C. and Seattle, McCulloh attended Seattle’s Bishop Blanchet High School. Following high school, he completed a three-year enlistment as a food service sergeant in the U.S. Army. He arrived at Gonzaga in its centennial year (1986), served as a resident assistant and resident director, was president of Alpha Sigma Nu (the Jesuit honor society), and was elected student body president. He, Julie, and their three daughters are big fans of Gonzaga sports and attend home games when their schedules permit. McCulloh will serve as interim president pending the selection of a permanent Jesuit president by the Board of Trustees.

Mission Statement of Gonzaga University Gonzaga University belongs to a long and distinguished tradition of humanistic, Catholic, and Jesuit education. We are committed to preserving and developing that tradition and communicating it to our students and alumni. As humanistic, we recognize the essential role of human creativity, intelligence, and initiative in the construction of society and culture. As Catholic, we affirm the heritage which has developed through two thousand years of Christian living, theological reflection, and authentic interpretation. As Jesuit, we are inspired by the vision of Christ at work in the world, transforming it by His love, and calling men and women to work with Him in loving service of the human community. All these elements of our tradition come together within the sphere of free intellectual inquiry characteristic of a university. At Gonzaga, this inquiry is primarily focused on Western culture, within which our tradition has developed. We also believe that a knowledge of traditions and cultures different from our own draws us closer to the human family of which we are a part and makes us more aware of both the possibilities and limitations of our own heritage. Therefore, in addition to our primary emphasis on Western culture, we seek to provide for our students some opportunity to become familiar with a variety of human cultures. In the light of our own tradition and the variety of human societies, we seek to understand the world we live in. It is a world of great technological progress, scientific complexity and competing ideologies. It offers great possibilities for cooperation and interdependence, but at the same time presents us with the fact of widespread poverty, hunger, injustice, and the prospect of degeneration and destruction. We seek to provide for our students some understanding of contemporary civilization; and we invite them to reflect with us on the problems and possibilities of a scientific age, the ideological differences that separate the peoples of the world, and the rights and responsibilities that come from commitment to a free society. In this way we hope to prepare our students for an enlightened dedication to the Christian ideals of justice and peace. www.GoZags.com * www.twitter.com/GonzagaBulldogs

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Gonzaga Administration CHUCK MURPHY

Ken Anderson Faculty Representative

Vice President Finance Chuck Murphy, vice president for finance, assumed the duties of overseeing Gonzaga University’s athletic department June 1, 2001. He replaced Harry Sladich who retired as vice president of administration and planning after nearly 40 years at the school. Murphy, however, is no stranger to Gonzaga, graduating with a BBA in accounting in 1973. After earning his CPA in 1974, he worked as an auditor for the accounting firm of Coopers and Lybrand from 197376 and as controller for the Pring Corporation from 1976-78. He joined Gonzaga University in 1978 as controller, and became vice president for finance in 1985. With Sladich’s retirement, Gonzaga President Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., re-organized the responsibilities of several of his vice presidents. In addition to overseeing athletics, Murphy is also responsible for the bookstore, controller’s office, faculty services, mail services and plant and construction. During the past 16 years, Murphy has overseen the construction of the Jundt Art Center and Museum, the Dussault and Burch Apartments, the Rosauer Center for Education, the Foley Center library and the Jepson Center for Business Administration. He was also actively involved in the expansion projects for the Herak Center for Engineering and the Martin Centre for athletics. He is also instrumental in Gonzaga’s acquisition of property adjacent to campus. Murphy and his wife, Linda, who serves as Gonzaga’s director of student accounts, have six children; Brian, Shawn, Steve, Kalin, Melissa and Greg, who passed away in 2002; and three grandchildren. Murphy is a lifelong Spokane resident. He attended Gonzaga Prep.

Ken Anderson begins his 11th year as the Faculty Athletics Representative to the NCAA and Institutional Representative to the West Coast for Gonzaga University, appointed by then-president Fr. Edward Glynn, S.J. in the spring of 1997. Anderson works as a liaison between the university administration and the athletic department in issues regarding the NCAA and WCC, as well as being an invaluable adviser to athletic director Mike Roth on issues of compliance, academics, student-athlete welfare, scheduling, departmental policy and personnel matters. He was also elected president of the WCC in June, 2001. The native of San Pedro, Calif., is no stranger to Bulldog athletics. A two-year Bulldog basketball letterwinner (1980-81), he served as the volunteer assistant men’s basketball coach for the 1991-92 season and has chaired the University Athletic Council since 1998. He organized the Old Dogs men’s exhibition basketball game featuring former Bulldog players. A 1981 graduate from Gonzaga with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Anderson remained at GU to complete his M.B.A. in 1982. He pursued his doctoral studies at the University of Nebraska, receiving his Ph.D. in 1988. Anderson returned to his alma mater in 1986 as an Assistant Professor of Management in the School of Business Administration, was promoted to Associate Professor in 1991 and to Professor in September 2000. He has authored many articles for various professional publications, has made numerous paper presentations and been an integral part of instructional and new course development. Anderson and his wife Sue have two children, K.C. (1986), a 2009 Gonzaga alum, and Molly (1990), a current GU student.

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Mike Roth - Athletic Director Mike Roth enters his 13th year as Gonzaga Univer2003, Gonzaga added the Kermit Rudolf Fitness Center sity’s athletic director and under his leadership the Bullfor Gonzaga students, faculty and staff. The state-of-thedogs athletic programs have grown from a recognized art fitness center includes two levels, housing fitness and regional power to a player on the national scene. strength training zones. In 2004, GU opened the McCaAfter taking over as acting athletic director in July, rthey Athletic Center, a 6,000 seat basketball arena which 1997, and being named athletic director in September of is now the home for both the Bulldog men’s and women’s 1998, the men’s basketball team has flourished into one basketball squads. The men’s team continues to play beof the nation’s elite programs. The Bulldogs have made fore sellout crowds while the women’s attendance leads 11 straight NCAA Tournament appearances dating back the West Coast Conference. In 2005, Gonzaga opened the to 1999 when they captured the hearts of a nation with Harry A. Green Indoor Rowing Facility giving GU one of their Elite Eight run. Over the 11 years, the Zags have the most progressive indoor training facilities on the West also reached the Sweet Sixteen four times (2000, 2001, Coast. The 5,225-square foot facility houses more than 2006, and 2009) and earned a Top 10 final national fifty rowing machines and three high-definition plasma ranking four times; 2002 - No. 6, 2004 - No. 3, 2005 televisions that are integrated into a computerized rowing No. 10 and 2006 - No. 5. Also during Roth’s tenure the program that allows student-athletes to compete with men’s basketball team has won nine West Coast Confereach other as a team. In 2007, Roth and Gonzaga added ence Tournament titles and had five All-America nods. Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field. The women’s basketball team has made the The home to Bulldog baseball is an advanced lighted post-season in five of the last six years, including its facility that incorporates an old-time baseball feel. The inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance in 2007, new stadium includes 1,300 theater-style seats and after winnings its inaugural WCC Tournament classic brick detailing. Finally, in the summer of title, and its second NCAA Tournament appear2008, Roth and Gonzaga added the Gonzaga Socance in 2009 where the Zags won their first-ever cer Field, the Diedrick/DeLong Athletic Training game. The Zags have also appeared in three WNIT Center and a new Academic Lab. Tournament (2004, 2005, 2008) and have won an Up next for Roth and Gonzaga is a new unprecedented five-straight WCC regular-season indoor tennis and golf facility. The indoor golf titles. The men’s soccer team was the WCC and tennis facility will include a golf practice area Co-Champions in 2000, earned its first NCAA along with six tennis courts. It will also feature Tournament at-large bid in 2001 and again in men’s and women’s locker rooms. 2007. The women’s soccer squad made its inauguRoth’s ties to Gonzaga extend far beyond ral appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2005 his time as Athletic Director. He was an assistant after earning its first national ranking that season. men’s basketball coach under Jay Hillock in 1982The Bulldogs were ranked 19th in Soccer America 83, then returned in September, 1986, as a physical and 22nd in Soccer Buzz. The women’s rowing education instructor. In January, 1987, he joined team has become a powerhouse, winning 12 of the athletic department as assistant athletic direc13 WCC Championships, including nine-straight tor/Martin Centre Director. In that span his responfrom 1997-2005. Baseball also made a splash in sibilities expanded to include direct administration the national scene, making its first NCAA appearfor 10 of Gonzaga’s 14 sports programs. In 1991 ance in 28 years after winning its inaugural WCC he was designated the university’s compliance officonference series title in 2009. The Zags closed cer to the NCAA, overseeing all matters pertaining Athletic Director Mike Roth receiving the Under out the season ranked 22nd by Baseball America. to student-athletic eligibility at the institutional Armour AD of the Year Award in Orlando, Fla., in The Gonzaga athletic program also has had and NCAA level. July, 2009. extreme success in the classroom Roth was recognized as one of during Roth’s tenure. The Bulldogs 29 regional recipients of the Unhave averaged a 3.0 GPA or higher der Amour AD of the Year Award in 22-straight semesters dating to the (ADOY) presented by the National fall of 1998. The 2008-09 academic Association of Collegiate Directors year was another successful one with of Athletics (NACDA) and is a past a 3.XX fall and a 3.22 spring semesmember of the Board of Directors ter GPA to maintain the cumulative for the Greater Spokane Sports AsGPA of 3.21. During his nine years sociation (GSSA), worked the 1990 at the helm, 973 student-athletes Goodwill Games as the weightlifting have been named to the President’s coordinator and was Sports Director List (3.7 GPA or higher), while 816 for the 1989 Washington State Censtudent-athletes have been named to tennial Games. He chaired the GSSA/ the Dean’s List (3.5-3.69 GPA). Sportswriters and Broadcasters Sports In addition, 181 student-athletes Awards Banquet, and was banquet have earned WCC All-Academic recco-chair for two years. ognition. The Bulldogs are also first A native of Moses Lake, Wash., in total number of student-athletes Roth played basketball at Big Bend named to the WCC Commissioner’s Community College, and finished Honor Roll since its inception in his collegiate career at Willamette 2004. University where he graduated On the national scale, 10 stuwith a B.S. in sociology in 1979. dent-athletes have garnered CoSIDA/ He received his master’s in athletic ESPN The Magazine Academic administration and physical education All-America accolades, including from Gonzaga in 1983. His coaching three-time honoree George Josten career also included stints as an as(2005, 2006, 2007 - men’s soccer), sistant men’s basketball coach at Big and two-time honorees Blake Stepp Bend CC and Spokane CC. (2003, 2004 - men’s basketball) and Roth and his wife Linda have two Jared Hertz (2000, 2001 - baseball). sons, Brad (1989), a current Gonzaga Athletic Director Mike Roth, with his wife Linda, and sons Brad (top left) and Roth has overseen the upgrades of student, and Matt (1991). Matt (bottom). multiple facilities during his tenure. In www.GoZags.com * www.twitter.com/GonzagaBulldogs

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Athletic Administration Heather Gores

Chris Standiford

Senior Women’s Administrator/ Associate Athletic Director

Senior Associate Athletic Director Chris Standiford enters his 18th year in the Gonzaga athletic department. Beginning as an undergraduate in 1990, Standiford earned his bachelor of arts in 1991 and master’s degree in 1993 from Gonzaga. Hired as the Assistant Martin Centre Director in January of 1993, Standiford was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director in 1997 and Associate Athletic Director in July of 2002. During his time at Gonzaga, Standiford has served as the athletic department liaison during the construction of several new facilities including the Rudolf Fitness Center, McCarthey Athletic Center, Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field and most recently the Gonzaga Soccer Stadium. He also helps to oversee the athletic department budget which has been gradually increased during the past several years. Standiford and his wife of 13 years Julie, have three children - son Thomas (1999) and daughters Camryn (2001) and Allyson (2005).

Dennis Kalina Associate Athletic Director/ Development Dennis Kalina enters his fourth year in the Gonzaga University athletic department as the Associate Athletic Director/Development. His duties at Gonzaga include overseeing the Bulldogs development team and working closely with Bulldog Club members. He also develops Gonzaga’s comprehensive fundraising and men’s basketball ticketing plan, as well as overseeing special development projects and events for the athletic department. Kalina previously worked for eight years at Bradley University as the Associate Athletic Director of External Affairs. Prior to working with the Braves, he also spent two years as the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing at Northwestern State University. In addition to his responsibilities for the Zags, Kalina just finished his term as the president of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) in the summer of 2009. A native of Portage, Ind., Kalina received both his bachelor’s degree in sports marketing/management (1995) and master’s degree in athletic administration (1996) from Indiana University, where he helped to market the Hoosier football, men’s soccer and women’s basketball teams for three years. Prior to working within the IU Athletic Department, he was also a 400-meter hurdler for two seasons on the Hoosiers’ track team. Kalina is married to the former Dina Nightenhelser. They are the proud parents of daughter Addison Shelby (2005) and son Canyon Marek (2008).

Heather Gores begins her 15th year at Gonzaga University and her ninth year in athletic administration. In May of 2000 Gores was promoted to Senior Women’s Administrator after serving the previous six years as an assistant coach with the women’s basketball program. In September of 2006 Gores was promoted to Associate Athletic Director/SWA. Prior to joining the Gonzaga family in 1994, Gores worked for two years as an assistant coach at Washington State University where she was a four-year letterwinner for the Cougars basketball squad. During her playing career in Pullman, Gores scored 981 points to then-rank seventh in the WSU record books. She finished her career as WSU’s career leader in three-point shots made with 133 and set a single-season record with 61 treys as a senior. In addition to her responsibilities at Gonzaga, Gores was selected to the NCAA Division I Championship Competition Cabinet, representing the West Coast Conference in September of 2006. On September 20, 2007, Gores was selected to the prestigious NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee. A Native of Arroyo Grande, Calif., Gores received her bachelor of science in physical education and health from Washington State University in 1993 and earned her master of arts in organizational leadership from Gonzaga in 2003. The former Heather Norman was married to Greg Gores in August of 1998. The couple have two children - daughter Kaitlin (2001) and son Garrett (2003).

Shannon Strahl Associate Athletic Director/ Compliance Shannon Strahl joined the Gonzaga University staff on a full-time basis as the compliance and academics coordinator in May of 2000. In 1999 Strahl worked as a graduate assistant in the compliance office. She received her MBA in 2002. In July 2003 she was promoted to an assistant athletic director and again promoted in 2006 to associate athletic director. A 1999 graduate of Gonzaga, Strahl understands the balance between academics and athletics at Gonzaga having played four seasons on the women’s soccer team. She was a two-time WCC AllAcademic selection and two-time All-WCC honorable mention pick. Following her senior season, Strahl was selected as the Bulldog Club Senior Female Athlete of the Year. Strahl oversees the areas of compliance and academics to ensure that student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, and boosters meet institutional, West Coast Conference and NCAA standards. The former Shannon Stanford, she was married to Bobby Strahl on July 5, 2003. The couple are proud parents of two sons; Bo (2005) and Brady (2007).

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Athletic Support Staff Matt Beckman

Gillian Brooksmiller

Megan Brown

Director of Marketing

Program Assistant/ Development

Graduate Intern/Facilities

Kerri Conger Assistant Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Paul Brown

Tommy Brown

Peter Clark

Gayle Clayton

Director of Athletic Giving

Athletic Turf Manager

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Administrative Assistant/ Office Manager

Josh Cox

Vicki Craigen

Ryne Daniel

Ticket Manger/Travel Coordinator

Computer Information Specalist

Graduate Intern/Facilites

Abbie Davis

Steve DeLong

Sheri Fitzhum

Administrative Assistant/ Development

Director of Athletic Training

Accounting Assistant

Eric Gunning

Jose Hernandez

Jared Hertz

Steve Hertz

Erik Hildebrand

Chris Johnson

Kris Kassel

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Assistant Athletic Director/ Business Operations

Director of Athletic Relations

Compliance Officer

Director of Ticket Operations and Travel

General Manager/IMG

Rob Kavon Director of Athletic Facilities

Regina Paolucci Director of Capital Support

Katie Love

Andy Main

David Martin

Graduate Intern/Athletic Academic Services

Assistant Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Assistant Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Shelly Radtke

Mike Roden

Sonja Steele

Associate Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Director of Academic Support Services

Administrative Assistant/ Basketball

Joel Morgan

Jen Nyland

Rian Oliver

Assistant Atheltic Director/ Facilities

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Basketball Academic Coordinator

Leanne Stockton

Devon Thomas

Louise Togerson

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Director of Annual Giving

Champs Life Skills Coordinator

Gonzaga University Department of Athletics Mission Statement This institution is committed to a philosophy of unquestioned academic and financial integrity of our athletics program and to the accountability of the Athletics Department to the values and goals befitting higher education. In keeping with the University’s Mission Statement, the Department of Athletics seeks to initiate, stimulate and improve intercollegiate athletic programs for our student athletes and to promote educational leadership, physical fitness and recreational pursuits. As part of an equal opportunity, affirmative action university, the Gonzaga University Department of Athletics is committed to supporting equitable opportunities for all students and staff, including women and minorities. Shelby Ulman

Jana Young

Graduate Intern/ Marketing

Administrative Secretary

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Gonzaga Coaches Shawn Bagnall

Abby Bennett

Steve Bennett

Jodie Kaczor Berry

Amanda Brown

Amy Edwards

Michelle Elliott

Assistant Men’s Crew

Assistant Women’s Volleyball

Assistant Baseball

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Director of Women’s Basketball Operations

Head Women’s Soccer

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Danny Evans

Mark Few

Assistant Baseball

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Melissa Flint

Lisa Mispley Fortier

Dave Gantt

Dan Gehn

Ray Giacoletti

Head Women’s Rowing Coach

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Director of Rowing/Head Men’s Coach

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Kelly Graves

Robert Gray

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Head Men’s Golf Coach

D.J. Gurule

Courtney Haase

Vito Higgins

Travis Knight

Jerry Krause

Head Women’s Tennis Coach

Assistant Women’s Rowing

Assistant Men’s Soccer

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Director of Men’s Basketball Operations

Tommy Lloyd

Peter MacDonald

Mark Machtolf

Brynn Murphy

Mike Nilson

Head Men’s Tennis Coach

Lester Melendez

Sarah Michelson

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Head Baseball Coach

Assistant Women’s Soccer

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Women’s Volleyball

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Leon Rice

Brad Rickel

Shea Swoboda

Mike Thompson

Einar Thorarinsson

Vicki Tiffany

Pat Tyson

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Head Women’s Golf Coach

Assistant Women’s Soccer

Assistant Men’s Soccer

Head Men’s Soccer Coach

Cheerleading Coach

Head Cross Country/Track and Field Coach

Mark Voorhees Assistant Women’s Rowing

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Staff Directory

All area codes are 509 Email address for all employees <last name>@athletics.gonzaga.edu unless noted. Main Office Fax Sports Information Fax Basketball Fax Ticket Office Phone

313-5787 313-5730 313-3958 313-6000

Athletic Administration Mike Roth - Athletic Director 313-3519 Ken Anderson - Faculty Representative 313-3418 E-Mail anderson@jepson.gonzaga.edu Chris Standiford - Senior Associate AD 313-4210 Heather Gores - Associate AD/SWA 313-3599 Shannon Strahl - Associate AD/Compliance 313-5700 Dennis Kalina - Associate AD/Development 313-4211 Oliver Pierce - Assistant AD/SID 313-6373 Joel Morgan - Assistant AD/Facilities 313-3963 Jared Hertz - Assistant Athletic Director/Business 313-4203 Gayle Clayton - Office Manager 313-4204 Jana Young - Administrative Secretary 313-3981 Marketing & Development Dennis Kalina - Associate AD/Development Steve Hertz - Director of Athletic Relations Matt Beckman - Direcor of Marketing Paul Brown - Director of Major Gifts Regina Paoluicci - Director of Capital Support Devon Thomas - Director of Annual Giving TBD - Communications Specalist Abbie Davis - Administrative Assistant/Development Gillian Brooksmiller - Program Assistant II Shelby Ulman - Graduate Intern/Marketing

313-4211 313-4226 313-6818 313-4084 313-5731 313-5721 313-3966 313-5530 313-3964 313-4073

Academics & Compliance Shannon Strahl - Associate AD/Compliance Mike Roden - Academic Coordinator Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Erik Hildebrand - Compliance Officer Louise Torgerson - CHAMPS Life Skills Coordinator Katie Love - Graduate Intern/Athletic Academic Services

313-5700 313-5527 313-3942 313-4043 313-4282 313-3674

Facilities Joel Morgan - Assistant AD/Facilities Rob Kavon - Director of Athletic Facilities Ryne Daniel - Graduate Intern/Facilities Megan Brown - Graduate Intern/Facilities

313-3963 313-4213 313-4229 313-3932

Tickets & Business Office Chris Standiford - Senior Associate AD 313-4210 Jared Hertz - Assistant Athletic Director/Business 313-4203 E-Mail hertzj@athletics.gonzaga.edu Sheri Fitzhum - Accounting Assistant 313-3675 Chris Johnson - Director of Ticket Operations and Travel 313-4046 Josh Cox - Ticket Manager/Travel Coordinator 313-3938 GONZAGA BOX OFFICE 313-6000 TicketsWest 1-800-325-SEAT (325-7328) TicketsWest Website www.ticketswest.com Sports Information Oliver Pierce - Assistant AD/Sports Information Director Liz Smith - Assistant Sports Information Director Bobby Alworth- Graduate Intern/Sports Information

313-6373 313-4288 313-4227

Computer Services Vicki Craigen - Information Specialist

313-3841

Sports Medicine Steve DeLong - Athletic Trainer Peter Clark - Assistant Athletic Trainer Eric Gunning - Assistant Athletic Trainer Jennifer Nyland - Assistant Athletic Trainer Leanne Stockton - Assistant Athletic Trainer

313-4205 313-5591 313-5785 313-5786 313-4075

Strength and Conditioning Mike Nilson - Strength and Conditioning Coach

313-4099

Kermit R. Rudolf Fitness Center Jose Hernandez - Director Shelly Radtke - Associate Director Kerri Conger - Assistant Director David Martin - Assistant Director Andy Main - Assistant Director

313-3980 313-3977 313-3978 313-3976 313-4252

Corporate Sponsorships-IMG Kris Kassel - General Manager TBD - Sponshorship Marketing Consultant TBD - IMG Graduate Intern

313-5729 313-5728 313-5728

Sodexho Sports & Leasure Jason Aupied - General Manager 313-6905 E-Mail jason.aupied@sodexhousa.com Kristi Theison - Concessions Manager 313-6956 E-Mail kristi.theison@sodexhousa.com Michael Schroeder - Catering Manager 313-6978 E-Mail michael.schroeder@sodexhousa.com Cheerleading Vicki Tiffany - Head Coach

509-944-0862

Baseball Mark Machtolf - Head Coach Danny Evans - Assistant Coach Steve Bennett - Assistant Coach

313-4209 313-4078 313-3597

Men’s Basketball Mark Few - Head Coach Leon Rice - Associate Head Coach Tommy Lloyd - Assistant Coach Ray Giacoletti - Assistant Coach Jerry Krause - Director of Basketball Operations Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Sonja Steele - Administrative Assistant

313-4218 313-6377 313-4215 313-6374 313-5531 313-3942 313-4201

Women’s Basketball Kelly Graves - Head Coach Jodie Kaczor Berry - Assistant Coach Lisa Mispley Fortier - Assistant Coach Michelle Elliott - Assistant Coach Amanda Brown - Director of Basketball Operations Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Sonja Steele - Administrative Assistant

313-4217 313-4240 313-3496 313-4219 313-4219 313-3942 313-4202

Cross Country/Track (Men and Women) Pat Tyson

313-5782

Men’s Golf Robert Gray - Head Coach

313-4081

Women’s Golf Brad Rickel - Head Coach

313-3672

Men’s Rowing Dan Gehn - Director of Rowing/Head Coach Shawn Bagnall - Assistant Coach

313-4228 313-4045

Women’s Rowing Melissa Flint - Head Coach Courtney Haase - Assistant Coach Mark Voorhees - Assistant Coach

313-4032 313-4044 313-4221

Men’s Soccer Einar Thorarinsson - Head Coach Mike Thompson - Assistant Coach Vito Higgins - Assistant Coach

313-4076 313-4080 313-4297

Women’s Soccer Amy Edwards - Head Coach Lester Melendez - Assistant Coach Shea Swoboda - Assistant Coach

313-4222 313-4042 313-4283

Men’s Tennis Peter MacDonald - Head Coach

321-4206

Women’s Tennis D.J. Gurule - Head Coach

313-4074

Volleyball David Gantt - Head Coach Abby Bennett - Assistant Coach Brynn Murphy - Assistant Coach

313-6376 313-5837 313-4041

Mailing Address Gonzaga University Athletics 502 E. Boone Spokane, WA 99258-0066 Official Gonzaga Athletics Website www.gozags.com

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Media Information Gonzaga University Sports Information 502 E. Boone Spokane, WA 99258-0066 Oliver Pierce Sports Information Director (509) 313-6373 - work (509) 891-7819 - home (509) 280-8421 - cell pierce@athletics.gonzaga.edu Liz Smith Assistant Sports Information Director (509) 313-4288 - work (509) 435-8660 - cell smith@athletics.gonzaga.edu Bobby Alworth Graduate Intern (509) 313-4227 - work (951) 452-6129 - cell alworth@athletics.gonzaga.edu SID Fax: (509) 313-5730 Bulldogs on the Web: www.gozags.com

Newspapers/Wire Service Newspaper Address Phone Sports Editor Newspaper Address Phone Sports Editor E-Mail Wire Services Address Phone Sports Editor

Spokesman-Review 999 W Riverside Spokane, WA 99210 (509) 459-5500 Joe Palmquist Coeur d’Alene Press 201 N 2nd Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 (208) 664-8176 Mark Nelke sports@cdapress.com Associated Press 999 W Riverside Spokane, WA 99210 (509) 624-1258 Nick Geranios

Television Stations Affiliate Address Sports Reporter Sports Reporter Sports Reporter Phone/Fax Affiliate Address Sports Director Assistant Phone/Fax Affiliate Address Sports Director Reporter Phone/Fax

KHQ-TV (Channel 6/NBC) 1201 W. Sprague Spokane, WA 99201-4102 Sam Adams (sam.adams@khq.com) Justin Lange (justin.lange@khq.com) Josh Godfrey (josh.godfrey@khq.com) (509) 448-4659/(509) 448-6397 KREM-TV (Channel 2/CBS) 4103 S Regal Spokane, WA 99223 Tim Lewis (tlewis@krem.com) Chris Bach (cbach@krem.com) (509) 838-7371/(509) 448-6397 KXLY-TV (Channel 4/ABC) 500 W Boone Spokane, WA 99201 Derek Deis (derekd@kxly.com) Ben Kaplan (benk@kxly.com) (509) 324-4040/(509) 327-3932

Oliver Pierce

Assistant AD/ Sports Information Director Oliver Pierce is in his 22nd year as Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information Director for Gonzaga University. Pierce joined the Bulldogs in 1989 and is responsible for the overall operations of the sports information office, including Gonzaga’s combined 22 post-season appearances involving the sports of men’s basketball, women’s basketball, volleyball, men’s soccer and baseball. During his Gonzaga tenure he has toured the Soviet Union’s Georgia Republic with the Bulldog baseball team on a 10-day goodwill trip in 1989; served as media relations director for the 1989-91 Pacific-10 Conference North Baseball Tournament; directed media relations efforts for the 1992 USA Women’s Olympic Basketball Team during its one-week training session held at Gonzaga, and was editor of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association monthly newsletter from 1991-94. A native of Spokane where he was a 1971 graduate of Lewis and Clark High, he also served as the assistant SID at his alma mater of Washington State University from 1977-85. While at WSU he assisted with the 1982 and 1984 NCAA First and Second Round Men’s Basketball Tournament hosted by the Cougars and was the SID for the Pacific-10 Conference North All-Star baseball team that participated in the Honkbal (Baseball) Tournament in Haarlem, The Netherlands, in the summer of 1984. Pierce is a member of the College Sports Information Director’s of America, the United States Basketball Writer’s Association and a previous member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association. He is also active with American Legion Baseball. He served on the Awards Committee for the West Coast Conference and is a former chairman of the WCC Sports Information Directors. He married Maribeth Frazier on May 1, 2001.

Liz Smith Assistant Sports Information Director Liz Smith is in her fourth year as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Gonzaga University. She is the primary contact for women’s basketball, men’s and women’s crew and volleyball in addition to producing all of the department’s media guides and game programs. A 2001 graduate of the University of Wisconsin- Parkside, Smith had previously worked as an assistant sports information director at Longwood University (Va.), a graduate assistant at Robert Morris University (Pa.) and an intern at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (Pa.) prior to coming to Gonzaga. She received a master’s of science degree in sport management from Robert Morris in 2004. While attending Wisconsin-Parkside, Smith was a four-year member of the women’s soccer team.

BOBBY ALWORTH Graduate Intern/ Sports Information

Bobby Alworth enters his second year as the sports information graduate intern at Gonzaga University in 2008-09. Alworth serves as the primary contact for baseball, women’s soccer and men’s and women’s tennis. A 2006 graduate of California Baptist University, Alworth previously worked in the media relations office at the University of California, Riverside. He worked as an intern for a year before taking on the role of Assistant Director for seven months. Alworth was a three-year member of the California Baptist baseball team, earning a scholar-athlete award in 2006.

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2009 Gonzaga Women's Volleyball Media Guide