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the athletic department mission at grace The Grace College athletic department exists for the purpose of glorifying God by helping make disciples of Jesus Christ, developing competent athletic teams, and sharing the Gospel message with the sport culture. The athletics program is an integral part of the educational mission of Grace College. Competition in athletics makes a significant contribution in the development of the total person and can be used effectively as part of the training program that prepares a person for service and leadership. The Department of Athletics endorses and supports the Grace College “Mission Statement” which states “Grace College is an evangelical Christian community of higher education which applies Biblical values in strengthening character, sharpening competence, and preparing for service.”

athletic department Chad Briscoe Athletic Director chad.briscoe@grace.edu.....................................................x6261 Kelly Sharp Athletic Office Manager sharpkj@grace.edu...............................................................x6266 Josh Neuhart Sports Information Director sportsinfo@grace.edu.........................................................x6271 Paul DeRenzo Public Address Announcer Tiberius Rata Faculty Athletic Representative Grant Ringler, Nick Harris, Cole Helman SID Assistants Matt Genszler, Isaac Stuckey, Justin Perry SID Assistants Zach Foster, Zach Elliott, Trevor Bowerbank SID Assistants

quick facts School: Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Affiliations: Conference: Office Phone: Athletic Fax: Mailing Address: Website: President:

Grace College Winona Lake, Indiana 1948 1,700 Lancers Red and White NAIA, NCCAA Crossroads League (CL) (574) 372-5100 (574) 372-5137 200 Seminary Drive Winona Lake, Indiana 46590 www.GCLancers.com Dr. Bill Katip

coaching staff Katie Van Hofwegen Volleyball katie.vanhofwegen@grace.edu.............................................x6268 Matt Hotchkin Men’s Soccer hotchkmw@grace.edu.............................................................x6270 Michael Voss Women’s Soccer michael.voss@grace.edu.........................................................x6544 Larry Schuh Men’s Tennis schuhld@grace.edu..................................................................x6266 Scott Moore Women’s Tennis mooresd@grace.edu................................................................x6266 Jeff Raymond XC/Track & Field jeff.raymond@grace.edu.........................................................x6262 Denny Hepler Men’s Golf dhepler31@yahoo.com............................................................x6266 Denny Duncan Women’s Golf duncandl@grace.edu ................................................................x6266 Jim Kessler Men’s Basketball kesslejc@grace.edu...................................................................x6265 Scott Blum Women’s Basketball blumsa@grace.edu....................................................................x6272 Cam Screeton Baseball screetch@grace.edu..................................................................x6264 Nora Reece Softball nora.reece@grace.edu.............................................................x6273 Jenna Carter Cheer Team cheer@grace.edu......................................................................x6266

table of contents Schedule/Player Poll...............3 Season Preview........................4 Coaches.....................................5-7 Roster.........................................9 Player Profiles...........................10-17

Record Book.............................24 Season Review..........................25 Crossroads League...................26 Our Arena, the MOCC............28

media guide credits The 2016 Grace College Volleyball Media Guide was directed, written and edited by Josh Neuhart of Grace’s Sports Information Department. Photography taken by Josh Neuhart and Jeff Nycz (Mid-South Images). Printing handled by Able Printing (North Webster, Ind.). Cover collaboration with Vincent Sell of BrandPoet.

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2016 volleyball schedule Aug. 19-20 CONCORDIA TOURNAMENT Ann Arbor, Mich. Aug. 27 IU Kokomo 1 pm Aug. 31 *Mt. Vernon 7 pm Sept. 2-3 UNOH TOURNAMENT Lima, Ohio Sept. 7 *Indiana Wesleyan 7 pm Sept. 9 *Bethel 7 pm Sept. 10 *Goshen 3 pm Sept. 14 *Taylor 7 pm Sept. 16 *Spring Arbor 7 pm Sept. 17 *St. Francis 3 pm Sept. 23 *Huntington 7 pm Sept. 24 *Marian 3 pm Sept. 28 *Bethel 7 pm Sept. 30 Stephens 6 pm

Oct. 5 *Goshen 8 pm Oct. 12 *Mt. Vernon Nazarene 7 pm Oct. 14-15 BIG GUNS CLASSIC AT USF Joliet, Ill. Oct. 19 *Indiana Wesleyan 7 pm Oct. 21 *Spring Arbor 7 pm Oct. 22 *St. Francis 4 pm Oct. 26 *Taylor 7 pm Oct. 28 *Huntington 7 pm Oct. 29 *Marian 5 pm Nov. 5 CL - 1st Round Nov. 9 CL - Semifinals Nov. 12 CL - Championship Nov. 21 NAIA OPENING ROUND Nov. 29-Dec. 3 NAIA NATIONALS Sioux City, Iowa Dec. 1-3 NCCAA NATIONALS Kissimmee, Fla. (*denotes a Crossroads League match)

feedback: player poll BEST DRESSED

1ST TO GET MARRIED

Marta Bleed (7 votes) Sara Miller (5)

Megan Johnson (12 votes)

HARDEST SERVE TO RECEIVE

MOST COMPETITIVE

Grace Woolsey (10 votes) Tori Bontrager (3)

show “The Voice” Kari Feddema (11 votes) Deborah Michalski (2)

BEST DANCE MOVES

MOST LIKELY:win the

Caylie Teel (12 votes) Megan Johnson (2)

Taylor Baird (4 votes) Grace Woolsey (3) Sierra Smith/Megan Johnson (2)

HARDEST WORKER

HARDEST HITTER

BEST ATHLETE

Savannah Hart (6 votes) Angie Mack (3) Naarah Foster (2)

Kelsee Zuidema (11 votes) Sierra Smith (3)

MOST ORGANIZED

Megan Johnson (12 votes) Naarah Foster (2)

Marta Bleed (9 votes) Sara Miller (3) Megan Johnson (2)

FUNNIEST Sierra Smith (4 votes) Kelsee Zuidema (3) K. Feddema/M. Johnson (2)

MOST BUFF

SMARTEST ON THE COURT Kaitlin Kerrigan (9 votes) Taylor Baird (3) Kari Feddema/Sara Miller (2)

Megan Johnson (7 votes) Kelsee Zuidema (6) Sierra Smith (1)

BEST FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM @sara_miller3 (5 votes) @kelsee_zuidema_ (4) @sierrahtims (3) @alexahill8 (3)

BEST SNAPCHAT GAME Deb Michalski (4 votes) Caylie Teel (3) Sara Miller (3)

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show “The Bachelor” Sara Miller (5 votes) Taylor Baird (4) Naarah Foster/Alexa Hill (3)

MOST LIKELY: to cry during a movie Sierra Smith (12 votes) Tori Bontrager (2) ONE WORD FOR COACH KATIE America/’Merica (7 votes) Passionate/Devoted (4) Balanced (2) Sesquipedalian (1)

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2016 preview: returning core powers lady lancers Grace’s volleyball team brings an experienced, talented roster into the 2016 season. Head coach Katie Van Hofwegen enjoyed a strong first season with the Lady Lancers last year, producing 19 wins and a spot in the Crossroads League semifinals. Now, after installing her system and style of play in 2015, Van Hofwegen assessed the team is ready to focus on improving the details this fall. “We are looking to fine-tune our system this year. We focused on execution this spring and preseason,” Van Hofwegen said. “The fact that we return a core group of players sets us up well. Preseason has been much smoother this year since the players know me. We’ve been able to pick up our momentum from the spring and move forward with it.” Offensively, Grace returns almost all of its firepower. The Lady Lancers bring back 93 percent of the team’s kills last season. Kaitlin Kerrigan has been a steady offensive presence for Grace during her career. She has over 750 kills over her first three years and averaged 2.0 kills per set in 2015. Just as importantly, Kerrigan has stepped into a prominent leadership position on the team as captain this year alongside Megan Johnson. “Kait [Kerrigan] has stepped up this year. She’s made a huge difference in our team dynamic as a captain. She is really calm under pressure,” Van Hofwegen said. “The team chemistry has really grown under Kait and Megan. They both have tremendous leadership abilities, and they balance each other well. Their leadership will be a big part of our team’s success.” Overall, six players topped 100 kills for Grace — all of whom are returning 6

this fall. Kelsee Zuidema led Grace’s offense as a freshman last year, totaling 296 kills on a .192 percentage, and Sierra Smith was not far behind with 262 kills. Tori Bontrager had 216 kills on a teamhigh .200 percentage, and Kari Feddema (155 kills) and Naarah Foster (107) also topped triple-digit kills. Sophomore Marta Bleed and freshman Deborah Michalski also give Grace a pair of talented, athletic arms at outside hitter. Van Hofwegen maintained that the team’s heavy hitters will be a strength of the Lady Lancers, especially with an added emphasis for the team on mobility at the net. On the defensive side of the net, Grace’s focus will be on the block. The Lady Lancers want to utilize their blocking efforts better this year to dictate where opponents can attack. Bontrager led Grace’s blocking last year with seven solos and 95 block assists, Feddema added 65 block points, and Savannah Hart has been one of the most improved players on Grace’s roster during the offseason. “We’ve been talking a lot about being on the same page. Our block is the first step to our defense,” Van Hofwegen said. “We need our block to take away an area of the court, to funnel balls to where we want them. Our middles have to do a good job of sealing the net to help our back row players.” The back row of Grace’s

defense will be anchored by Caylie Teel and Sara Miller. Miller was Grace’s libero throughout last season and ended the year with 645 digs. Teel, who produced 2.1 digs per set last year, has taken major strides in the offseason. Her potential is “exciting. Having her back there with Sara [Miller] will give us two defensive staples,” Van Hofwegen said. Angie Mack, a junior, will also provide depth at the position. The setting position will feature Taylor Baird and Alexa Hill. Baird is a fouryear setter, giving Grace experience and poise, and Hill is an athletic, hard-working freshman. Baird’s volleyball knowledge balances with Hill’s athleticism at the position, providing Grace with a strong 1-2 at setter. Baird, Kerrigan, Johnson and Grace Woolsey complete a veteran senior class who is looking to make their second trip to the NCCAA National Championships. “This team is working really hard. They have good chemistry, and the new players are fitting in seamlessly,” Van Hofwegen concluded. “It will be an exciting year to see how this group continues to grow together on and off the court.”

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head coach katie van hofwegen Katie Van Hofwegen is poised for her second year at the helm of Grace College’s volleyball program. Van Hofwegen started her career at Grace on a strong note, guiding the Lady Lancers to 19 wins in her first season and the No. 4 seed in the competitive Crossroads League. She won her first postseason game against rival Bethel to advance to the league tournament semifinals. Grace also won the season-opening Grace College Classic, going 4-0 to start her career. Grace also excelled in the classroom under Van Hofwegen, earning five Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors in 2015 -- most in the league. Van Hofwegen comes from The University of Virginia-Wise (NCAA Div. II) where she served as the top assistant coach since 2012. She has a wide berth of volleyball experience that spans across the country. Van Hofwegen played collegiate volleyball at Shorter University (Ga.). An accomplished defensive player, she was honored as the Southern States Athletic Conference Libero of the Year in 2010 and was a two-time All-Conference winner. She graduated as the school’s all-time leader in service aces (163) and was a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete with a 3.5 GPA. She also finished school ranked No. 2 in career digs with 1,536 and has the school record for most service aces in a single season with 66. “We are very excited with the outcome of our coaching search. Katie Van Hofwegen has a tremendous background in volleyball and has enjoyed success both as a player and coach,” said Grace athletic director Chad Briscoe. “She is a teacher of the game and is fully committed to assisting student-athletes grow in all aspects of their life during their college experience. I look forward to watching our program grow and achieve success both on and off the court under her leadership.” While at Virginia-Wise, Van Hofwegen assisted the school’s transition from NAIA to NCAA Div. II. She helped the program overcome a 7-25 record in 2012 to earn its best season in seven years during the 2014 campaign. She was responsible for recruiting, travel coordinating, game tape exchange and practice planning for the Cavaliers. She helped secure one of the best and largest recruiting classes in program history. In 2011 Van Hofwegen served on the coaching staff at NCAA Div. III Randolph College (Va.), working extensively with recruiting, travel and practice scheduling. She also has multiple years of experience coaching club volleyball and staffing summer camps, including the Liberty University volleyball camp. She originally hails from Riverside, Calif., where she attended Riverside Christian. “I’m excited to start this new chapter at Grace College,” Van Hofwegen said. “The volleyball program has a great tradition of success, and I plan to continue building on that tradition. I’m looking forward to meeting the team, sharing my faith with them, and leading them both spiritually and as volleyball players. I’m really grateful for this opportunity, and I’m ready to get started.” Van Hofwegen graduated with a Master’s in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University Irvine in 2016.

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assistant coach doug west Former IU coach Doug West is back for his second year as an assistant coach for Grace’s volleyball team this fall. West spent four years as the head coach at Indiana University from 1983-86. He was the second coach in the Hoosiers’ program history. He racked up 65 wins in four years and posted a winning record in his final three seasons. He also has 13 years of experience coaching at area high schools, including stops at Warsaw, Whitko and Plymouth. He coached the Tigers from 2001-07, took over Whitko’s program from 2009-11 and has led Plymouth since 2011. West graduated high school at Yorktown and went on to graduate from Ball State with a degree in journalism. While at Ball State, West was the men’s volleyball team’s setter, earning All-Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association First Team honors in 1981-82. He also began his coaching career while at Ball State, assisting Muncie Burris High School as a college student. He went on to coach the Munciana Volleyball Club team, leading the squad to a fifth-place finish at the ESVBA Junior Nationals in 1981. After graduating in 1982, West took a position as an assistant coach at Illinois State University, helping the team to a Gateway Conference title and a berth to the NCAA tournament. He was also a volunteer assistant at the University of Nebraska from 199296, including the Huskers’ NCAA championship season in 1995. He has served as the chaplain at Kosciusko Community Hospital since 2001, providing pastoral care and counsel to patients and staff at KCH.

assistant coach Stefanie Hohm Lady Lancer standout Stefanie (Bolt) Hohm is back on Grace’s coaching staff for her second year in 2016. Hohm was an integral four-year player for the Lady Lancers, helping Grace transform as a program. She amassed career marks of 733 kills, 59 solo blocks and 258 block assists. She graduated from Grace in the top 10 individually for career solo blocks and career total blocks. Before Hohm arrived at Grace, the team posted a 3-15 record (0-8 conference). But in Hohm’s final two seasons, the Lady Lancers went 33-12 and 23-19, advancing to the NCCAA National Championships in consecutive years. Hohm, who was a spiritual and emotional leader on the squad, helped lead Grace to the NCCAA semifinals in 2011. The front-row player earned All-League recognition and was an NAIA/NCCAA Scholar-Athlete during her career. Hohm, who is married to Chris Hohm, is an elementary teacher at Eisenhower Elementary School in Warsaw.

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2016 grace volleyball roster No. 1 2 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20

Name Year Height Deborah Michalski Fr. 5-10 Taylor Baird Sr. 5-11 Megan Johnson Sr. 5-11 Kaitlin Kerrigan Sr. 5-8 Sara Miller Jr. 5-5 Kari Feddema Jr. 6-0 Savannah Hart Jr. 6-1 Caylie Teel So. 5-8 Marta Bleed So. 6-0 Alexa Hill Fr. 5-7 Tori Bontrager Jr. 6-2 Kelsee Zuidema So. 6-0 Sierra Smith Jr. 6-2 Naarah Foster Jr. 5-9 Angie Mack Jr. 5-9 Grace Woolsey Sr. 6-1

Pos. OH S OH OH DS MH MH DS/OH OH S MH OH/OPP OPP OPP/OH DS MH

Hometown / High School Xenia, Ohio / Xenia West Point, Ind. / McCutcheon Lewisburg, Ohio / Tri-County North Muncie, Ind. / Muncie Central Fort Wayne, Ind. / Blackhawk Christian Kalamazoo, Mich. / Schoolcraft Greenfield, Ind. / Greenfield-Central Warsaw, Ind. / Tippecanoe Valley Fort Wayne, Ind. / Blackhawk Christian Huntington, Ind. / Huntington North New Haven, Ind. / Woodlan Spring Lake, Mich. / Spring Lake Millersburg, Ind. / Fairfield Fort Wayne, Ind. / Homeschool Troy, Ohio / Miami East Fort Wayne, Ind. / Snider

ROSTER BREAKDOWN By Class Seniors - 4 Juniors - 7 Sophomores - 3 Freshmen - 2

By State/Country Indiana - 11 Ohio - 3 Michigan - 2

By Position Setters - 2 Defensive Specialists - 3 Outside Hitters - 4 Middle Hitters - 4 Opp Hitters - 3

staff Head Coach: Katie Van Hofwegen Assistant Coaches: Doug West, Stefanie Hohm

% of Stats Returning* Returning Starters - 83% Returning Kills - 93% Returning Digs - 74% Returning Assists - 34% Returning Blocks - 84% Returning Aces - 73%

* % based on 2015 stats. For more, turn to p. 25

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BAIRD

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S - 5’11

west point, ind. / mccutcheon

2015 JUNIOR - Battled injury to pass out 387 assists … averaged over one ace per match … led Grace with 27 assists in a win over Taylor … served up four aces with 18 assists against Davenport … had 15 assists and three aces in a sweep of rival Bethel in the CL quarterfinals … produced 27 assists and 21 digs against Huntington … notched 16 assists and 12 digs against Indiana Wesleyan … tallied 25 assists, 3 kills and 2 aces against Spring Arbor. 2014 SOPHOMORE - Played in 14 matches as Grace’s backup setter … saw time in four sets against Trinity Christian (RV-NAIA), producing three kills and a block assist … handed out nine assists against Goshen … had five assists against Huntington … tallied three block assists against St. Ambrose … played in seven league contests. 2013 FRESHMAN - Dished out 295 assists in 25 matches … recorded at least 25 assists in seven straight matches against league foes … had a season-high 46 assists against Huntington … recorded 41 assists in three sets against Spring Arbor … had a .202 hitting percentage in league play … produced seven kills on 11 attempts against Marian … served three aces apiece versus Taylor and Spring Arbor … notched 11 digs against Taylor.

Year 2015 2014 2013

GP-MP 85-23 26-14 66-25

ATTACK K K/SET E TA 14 0.16 10 62 14 0.54 12 55 43 0.65 21 143

Pct .065 .036 .154

SET A 387 19 295

SERVE SA Pct 26 .864 1 .700 12 .866

DEF DIG 142 4 64

D/SET 1.67 0.15 0.97

megan

johnson

BLOCK BS-BA 0-1 0-7 0-15

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OH - 5’11

lewisburg, ohio / tri-county north

2015 JUNIOR - Had 24 kills in 19 matches … produced a season-best six kills against Point Park … notched three kills against IU-East, Midway and Goshen … recorded double-digit digs against both Point Park and Campbellsville … had eight digs and two block assists against IU-East … notched nine digs against St. Ambrose. 2014 SOPHOMORE - Averaged 1.3 kills/set in 22 matches … had 12 matches with multiple kills, including a seasonhigh 11 kills against Indiana Tech … combined for 28 kills in the season-opening Wyndham Classic … pounded out nine kills on 18 attempts against St. Xavier, adding six digs and two block assists … tallied seven kills in three consecutive matches during league play, including against IWU … had seven kills and six block assists in three sets against St. Francis … finished with six kills against No. 14 Oklahoma Baptist. 2013 FRESHMAN - Finished third on the team with 162 kills … tallied a season-best 16 kills against St. Catharine … had eight kills in 16 attempts against Lourdes in first collegiate match … notched four block assists against Taylor. ATTACK SET SERVE DEF BLOCK Year GP-MP K K/SET E TA Pct A SA Pct DIG D/SET BS-BA 2015 42-19 24 0.57 23 119 .008 7 4 .912 60 1.43 0-7 2014 55-22 72 1.31 52 286 .070 5 0 .000 25 0.45 1-31 2013 98-32 162 1.65 101 540 .113 2 0 .000 60 0.61 3-29 *Sponsored by: The Edwards Crew (Arica, Sidney, TJ, Reagan and Baylee) “Good luck, Lady Lancers”

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OH - 5’8

muncie, ind. / muncie central

2015 JUNIOR - Finished third on the team with 218 kills, averaging 2.0 kills per set … averaged a career-best 2.6 digs/ set … served at a .925 percentage with 15 aces … produced 10 matches with double-digit kills, including three of final four matches … had season-best 15 kills in a four setter against Missouri Valley … banged out 10 kills in a sweep of rival Bethel in the CL quarterfinals … notched 11 kills with just one error against St. Francis … had 14 kills and two aces against Spring Arbor … produced 15 games with double-digit digs … had season-best 21 digs, 10 kills and 2 block assists against Marian. 2014 SOPHOMORE - Played in all 42 matches … ranked second on team with 421 kills … had 21 matches with double-digit kills … pounded out 18 kills in back-to-back matches against St. Ambrose and Taylor … had 19 kills against St. Catharine … had 15 kills, 14 digs and 3 block assists against Taylor in CL semifinals … tallied 15 kills and 11 digs against Trinity Christian in the NCCAA semifinals … had off 20 digs against Bethel … had 14 kills against St. Francis. 2013 FRESHMAN - Ranked fourth on the team in digs and fifth in kills … had 13 kills against Marian and 12 kills against Bethel … produced 15 kills verses Marian … registered 14 matches with double-digit digs, including 26 digs against Aquinas … tallied 10 kills and 20 digs against Oakland City … served three aces against Rochester. Year 2015 2014 2013

GP-MP 109-32 155-42 125-37

ATTACK K K/SET E TA 218 2.00 116 705 421 2.72 215 1349 125 1.00 65 496

Pct .145 .153 .121

SET A 35 38 22

SERVE SA Pct 15 .925 14 .915 15 .953

DEF DIG 287 312 286

D/SET 2.63 2.01 2.29

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BLOCK BS-BA 1-16 3-33 0-9

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woolsey

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MH - 6’1

fort wayne, ind. / snider

2015 JUNIOR - Appeared in 15 matches before ending the season due to injury in September .… had 15 aces on 51 attempts .… ripped off eight kills on 10 attempts against Purdue NC .… served up six service aces against Midway .… had a season-best 11 kills against Trinity Christian …. produced 10 kills against rival Bethel .… had multiple block points in eight matches .… had eight kills and four block assists against IU East. 2014 SOPHOMORE - Enjoyed a breakout campaign that saw her rank No. 2 in the NAIA in block points .… produced 16 kills and seven block assists against Indiana Tech .… finished with multiple block points in 40 matches .… had eight kills on nine attempts against Spring Arbor .… tallied 11 kills and 12 block assists against Marian …. had 10 block assists against St. Francis …. notched 10 kills, 5 block assists and 3 aces against Goshen .… produced at least five kills and two block points in each of the matches at NCCAA Nationals …. served up five aces against Warner. 2013 FRESHMAN - Registered 115 kills in 35 matches .… topped five kills in 10 matches, including a season-high nine kills against Southern-New Orleans .… notched eight kills against Taylor .… tallied seven kills against Oakland City at NCCAA Regionals .… had three service aces against Goshen .… had seven block assists against Marian. Year 2015 2014 2013

GP-MP 43-15 165-42 126-35

ATTACK K K/SET E TA Pct 77 1.79 39 179 .212 344 2.08 177 831 .201 115 0.91 92 388 .059

SET A 4 4 2

SERVE SA Pct 15 .627 27 .827 12 .807

DEF DIG 13 56 26

D/SET 0.30 0.34 0.21

BLOCK BS-BA 6-30 32-161 6-59

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Jr.

MH - 6’2

new haven, ind. / woodlan

2015 SOPHOMORE - A steady contributor to Grace’s front line, finishing fourth on the team in kills … named Second Team All-League … had 34 aces to lead the team … was named the Grace College Classic MVP, helping the team to the championship … led Grace’s blocking efforts with 102 block points … produced 12 kills on a .579 percentage against St. Ambrose … had 12 kills and four block assists against rival Indiana Wesleyan … pounded out 12 kills in a win over Taylor … served up four aces in the season opener against IU East … dominated Huntington with one solo and seven block assists … tallied 11 kills, 7 digs, 5 block assists and 3 aces against Trinity Christian. 2014 FRESHMAN - Impressed in first collegiate season … led Grace in attack percentage with a .272 … had 52 service aces, second-best on the team, on a strong .913 percentage … notched at least three kills in 39 of the 42 matches … produced 13 kills in an NCCAA Regional victory over Oakland City … had at least seven kills in all five matches of NCCAA Nationals … finished with four kills on four attempts in first collegiate match against IU-East … pounded out 12 kills against St. Catharine … tallied seven kills and five service aces against Mt. Vernon Nazarene … notched eight block assists in four sets versus Spring Arbor … had 8 kills, 1 solo block and 5 block assists against Taylor in CL Tournament Semifinals.

Year 2015 2014

ATTACK GP-MP K K/SET E TA 119-34 216 1.82 102 571 160-42 239 1.49 72 615

Pct .200 .272

SET A 5 13

SERVE SA Pct 34 .932 52 .913

DEF DIG 81 106

D/SET 0.68 0.66

kari

feddema

BLOCK BS-BA 7-95 12-97

jr.

2014 FRESHMAN - Made appearances in 19 matches in her first season on the front line … averaged 0.3 kills/set and 0.4 blocks/set off the bench … played in all four sets of the NCCAA Regional victory against Oakland City, notching a season-high four kills on 11 attempts to go along with three block assists … came off the bench to spark Grace in two matches at NCCAA Nationals, recording a solo block in each match … played in eight league contests … tallied 2 digs, 1 solo block and 2 block assists against Northwest … had a block point in seven of the last eight matches she played.

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GP-MP 111-34 33-19

ATTACK K K/SET E TA Pct 155 1.40 78 425 .181 11 0.33 12 54 -.019

SET A 9 0

SERVE SA Pct 0 1.000 0 .000

DEF DIG 33 4

mh - 6’0

kalamazoo, mich. / schoolcraft

2015 SOPHOMORE - Worked into a versatile role on Grace’s lineup, earning honorable mention status for AllLeague … produced 1.4 kills and 0.6 blocks per set … produced a season-best 11 kills, 1 solo block and 4 block assists in a win over Taylor … had multiple kills in 31 matches … notched nine kills on a .467 percentage against Midway … tallied 6 kills, 1 solo and 4 block assists in a sweep of Bethel in the CL quarterfinals … had eight kills against Indiana Wesleyan.

Year 2015 2014

#8

D/SET 0.30 0.12

BLOCK BS-BA 10-55 3-10

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jr.

foster

OH/opp - 5’9

fort wayne, ind. / homeschool

2015 SOPHOMORE - Earned an appearance in 24 matches off the bench … injected 1.5 kills per set into Grace’s offense … averaged 0.5 blocks/set … exploded for 14 kills against Spring Arbor and 15 kills against St. Francis on backto-back days … tallied 10 kills and four block assists in the regular-season finale against Marian … added 10 kills and four block assists versus Huntington … had multiple block points in seven of her last nine matches … notched three block assists in the CL semifinals against Mt. Vernon Nazarene. 2014 FRESHMAN - Promoted up from the JV ranks late in the season, providing an athletic, offensive presence at the net … pounded out three kills on just eight attempts in her first collegiate match against Goshen, securing the team’s victory with the final kill … also tallied two digs and two block assists against Goshen … four of the five matches she played in were postseason contests, including two at NCCAA Nationals … recorded a dig against Oakland City in the national tournament. Year 2015 2014

GP-MP 73-24 8-5

ATTACK K K/SET E TA Pct 107 1.47 47 336 .179 3 0.38 2 12 .083

SET A 4 0

SERVE SA Pct 0 1.000 0 .000

savannah

hart

DEF DIG 20 3

jr.

D/SET 0.27 0.38

#9

BLOCK BS-BA 1-32 0-2

MH - 6’1

greenfield, ind. / greenfield-central

2015 SOPHOMORE - Appeared in 11 matches … had a .172 hitting percentage for the year … erupted for seven kills on 14 attempts against Spring Arbor … tallied two block assists against Spring Arbor … notched three kills in four attempts against Ashford … had one solo block and one block assist against St. Francis. 2014 FRESHMAN - Saw time in seven matches as a freshman, including 13 sets … racked up three kills on nine attempts in her first collegiate match against IU-East … also added a solo block and block assist against IU-East … played two sets against No. 14-ranked Oklahoma Baptist … handed out an assist and had a dig against St. Ambrose … made an appearance in Grace’s NCCAA Regional victory over Oakland City.

Year 2015 2014

GP-MP 19-11 13-7

ATTACK K K/SET E TA 12 0.63 7 29 3 0.23 5 13

Pct .172 -.154

SET A 1 1

SERVE SA Pct 0 1.000 0 .000

DEF DIG 1 1

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jr.

mack

ds - 5’9

troy, ohio / miami east

2014 FRESHMAN - Made four appearances in first collegiate season, playing in seven sets overall … tallied first collegiate kill in first contest against St. Xavier … played in two league contests … had an attack against No. 20 Indiana Wesleyan … tallied a block assist against Warner. PREP - Won two state championships as a four-year member of Miami East (Ohio) High School’s volleyball team in 2011 and 2012 … earned First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-District accolades during her career … racked up 594 kills, 200 aces, 467 digs and 104 assists in her career … a three-time All-Conference winner for Miami East’s basketball team … holds the school record for most 3-pointers made in a game with seven … graduated with the second-most 3-pointers made in a career at Miami East … won Academic All-Ohio for Div. III, PrepVolleyball.com HS Academic All-American, Penn Station Athlete of the Month, Wendy’s HS Heisman Award and Wayne Wiseman Ohio Basketball Coaches Student-Athlete Award. SET SERVE DEF PASS Year GP-MP A SA Pct DIG D/SET RE-TA Pct 2014 7-4 0 0 .000 0 0.00 8-0 1.000

sara

miller

jr.

#6

fort wayne, ind. / blackhawk christian

2015 SOPHOMORE - Excelled as the team’s primary libero throughout the season … one of two players to appear in all 37 matches … earned Second Team All-League recognition … named the league’s Libero of the Week and was named to the Grace College Classic All-Tournament Team … ranked No. 30 in the nation for total digs … led Grace in serving with a .956 percentage, including 29 aces … amassed season-best 32 digs in a win over Taylor … had 12 matches with at least 20 digs … ended the season with double-digit digs in 32 matches … had 20 digs and four aces in three sets against Point Park, who was receiving votes in NAIA … tallied 24 digs in three sets against Mt. Vernon Nazarene … produced 29 digs against rival Indiana Wesleyan … had three straight matches with 20 digs during league play. 2014 FRESHMAN - Excelled as a defensive specialist in first season, becoming one of the most reliable performers on the back row … racked up 326 digs, the most among returning players … tallied 2.4 digs/set … served up 22 aces on a .941 percentage … had 20 digs and two service aces against IU-Kokomo in second collegiate match … tied a season-high with 20 digs against St. Ambrose … had 11 digs, 2 assists and 1 ace against Colorado Christian at NCCAA Nationals … notched double-digit digs in three consecutive league matches … produced 17 digs in a four-set win over league rival Taylor. Year GP-MP 2015 137-37 2014 134-38

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SET A 23 34

SERVE SA Pct 29 .956 19 .941

DEF DIG D/SET 645 4.71 326 2.43

ds - 5’5

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smith

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jr.

opp - 6’2

millersburg, ind. / fairfield

2015 SOPHOMORE - A strong starting presence on the net, finished second on the team with 262 kills on a .198 percentage … named Second Team All-League … honored to the UNOH All-Tournament Team … ended the year with nine matches of double-digit kills … racked up 14 kills on 20 attempts against Northwestern Ohio … had 11 kills on a .381 percentage in a sweep of Bethel in the CL quarterfinals … notched 13 kills in the season opener against IU East … tallied one solo and three block assists against Midway … completed three block assists against Campbellsville … produced 9 kills, 4 digs and 2 block assists against Trinity Christian. 2014 FRESHMAN - A regular starter on the front line, became a force offensively and defensively … finished third on the team in blocking with two solo blocks and 74 block assists … tallied 1.49 kills/set and 208 kills for the season … produced 12 kills against IU-East and 16 kills against IU-Kokomo in first two collegiate matches … averaged 8.0 kills/match over five matches at NCCAA Nationals … pounded out an incredible 11 kills on 15 attempts against Oakland City at NCCAA Nationals … had a season-high five block assists against both Huntington … tallied four digs against Asbury to go along with six kills and three block assists.

Year 2015 2014

GP-MP 118-36 140-41

ATTACK K K/SET E TA 262 2.22 111 763 208 1.49 118 630

Pct .198 .143

SET A 1 1

SERVE SA Pct 0 .000 0 .000

DEF DIG 38 34

marta

bleed

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So.

BLOCK BS-BA 5-45 2-74

#11

OH - 6’0

fort wayne, ind. / blackhawk christian

2015 FRESHMAN - Worked into an intimidating offensive force at the net, averaging 1.8 kills per set in 23 matches … had a kill in every match except one … pounded out a season-best 10 kills and no errors on a .556 percentage against St. Francis … notched eight kills in 11 attempts against No. 7 Lindsey Wilson … had 7 kills, 5 digs and 2 block assists versus Spring Arbor … tallied six kills and three digs against Indiana Wesleyan … produced eight kills and two block assists against Ashford. PREP - A two-time First Team All-State selection from Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian … produced 376 kills as a senior with 304 digs and 75 service aces … helped Blackhawk Christian to sectional and regional crowns in 2014 … racked up 360 kills as a junior this fall on a .384 percentage … ranked in the top seven of Class A in kills and kills per set (4.0) to earn First Team All-State honors in 2013 … named an All-American by the National Christian School Athletic Association and was a two-time Northeast Indiana All-Area award winner … invited to play in the All-Northeast Indiana Volleyball All-Star Match.

Year 2015

GP-MP 47-23

ATTACK K K/SET E TA 86 1.83 43 273

Pct .158

SET SERVE A SA Pct 1 0 .667

DEF DIG 24

D/SET 0.51

BLOCK BS-BA 1-13

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So.

ds/oh - 5’8

warsaw, ind. / tippecanoe valley

2015 FRESHMAN - Became one of the strongest back row players in her freshman campaign, playing in 32 matches … averaged 2.1 digs per set … served at a .905 percentage … pounded out season-best 12 kills on a .258 percentage in first collegiate game against IU East … racked up 28 digs, 9 kills and 2 aces against Trinity Christian … had 13 digs and two block assists against Mt. Vernon Nazarene … tallied 14 digs against Ashford … had double-digit digs in seven matches … tallied 11 digs against rival Indiana Wesleyan … notched 13 digs against St. Francis. PREP - Local two-sport star from Tippecanoe Valley who played volleyball and basketball … finished her senior season by setting new school records for kills in a season with 429 and highest hitting percentage at .330 … also added 100 block points and 52 service aces during the 2014 season … received a First Team All-Conference nod in the Three Rivers Conference … racked up 194 kills and 271 digs as a junior … helped lead the Lady Vikings to the state championship game in basketball as a senior, leading the team in assists with 74 and averaging 7.1 points and 3.9 rebounds per game. Year 2015

GP-MP 104-32

ATTACK K K/SET E TA 56 0.54 44 254

SET SERVE Pct A SA Pct .047 28 4 .905

DEF DIG 219

D/SET 2.11

BLOCK BS-BA 0-10

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kelsee

zuidema

So.

#14

spring lake, mich. / spring lake

2015 FRESHMAN - Turned into Grace’s strongest attackers, earning Second Team All-League status … averaged team-leading 2.5 kills per set, racking up 296 kills for the year … served up 22 aces … had season-high 19 kills against St. .Francis on a .429 percentage … notched 12 kills in three sets against Northwestern Ohio … had at least 10 kills in 12 matches … recorded 12 kills and two aces against Mt. Vernon Nazarene in the CL semifinals … tallied 11 kills in 16 tries against St. Ambrose … aced rival Bethel four times and pounded out 15 kills on a .520 percentage … was named to the Davenport All-Tournament Team … honored as NCCAA National Player of the Week on Oct. 5 … tallied one solo and three block assists against St. Francis. PREP - A two-time Third Team All-State honoree … named All-Conference and All-Area Muskegon Dream Team … racked up 1,247 career kills and 915 digs … pounded out 582 kills (4.3/set), 444 digs (3.3/set), 87 service aces and 51 block points as a junior … helped the Lakers to the program’s first regional victory – a win which was sealed on her match-winning ace … was also a varsity starter in basketball and softball, winning All-Conference honors in both sports … was an Associated Press All-State honorable mention selection as a senior in basketball, tallying 14.1 points per game as the Lakers finished the 2014-15 regular season 20-0. Year 2015

ATTACK GP-MP K K/SET E TA 120-36 296 2.47 138 825

Pct .192

SET SERVE A SA Pct 6 22 .806

DEF DIG 77

D/SET 0.64

BLOCK BS-BA 4-33

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s - 5’7

huntington, ind. / huntington north

PREP - Graduated from Huntington North as the career leader in assists with 1,640 … earned First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Area recognition as a senior … named Second Team All-Conference as a junior and set the school record for most aces with 161 … served as a two-time captain … named a two-time team MVP … impressed on the softball team as an All-Conference infielder. GETTING TO KNOW ALEXA - Major: Elementary education Favorite movie: Benchwarmers Favorite musical artist: Ed Sheeran Something interesting about me: I have been to five different countries on mission trips. Favorite TV show: One Tree Hill Life verse: Hebrews 3:13 Best thing about Grace Volleyball: My teammates Why I chose Grace: The Christian community Something about a teammate no one else knows: Sara had never pumped gas until this summer. My hidden talent: Barista

deborah

MICHALSKI

#1

fr.

OH - 5’10

xenia, ohio / xenia

PREP - A three-time team MVP at Xenia (Ohio) … was a two-time captain … named First Team All-Conference as a senior with 229 kills, 46 aces, 16 blocks and 179 digs … named First Team All-Division as a junior and senior … was the All-Division Athlete of the Year as a senior … ranked third in the division for kills and attacks and served with a 94 percent accuracy. GETTING TO KNOW DEBORAH - Major: Math education or Communications Favorite movie: The Giver Favorite musical artist: Pentatonix Something interesting about me: I was Ursula in my high school musical, The Little Mermaid Favorite TV show: So You Think You Can Dance Life verse: Romans 12:2 Best thing about Grace Volleyball: The high level of competition Why I chose Grace: Christian community Something about a teammate no one else knows: Sara has never eaten peanut butter. My hidden talent: Flip my tongue over

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grace Record Book Single Season Kills Name Rebecca Wahlstrom Rebecca Wahlstrom Marci Norris Kate Millen Kate Millen Tricia Sandy Marci Norris Dana Johnston Jamie Gill Kate Millen

Career Kills

Single Season Assists Year 1996 1995 1994 1997 2000 2000 1993 2013 2001 1998

Kills 935 864 719 650 603 591 527 520 516 516

Name Jessica Zaugg Melissa Rants Melissa Rants Melissa Rants Rachel Bult Melissa Rants Ellie Harp Kaylyn Lorenzen Courtney Huyser Rachel Bult

Year 2000 1995 1996 1994 2011 1997 2014 1999 2001 2010

Assists 2016 1927 1924 1924 1686 1549 1547 1450 1434 1289

Single Season Solo Blocks

Single Season Serve Percentage

Name Rebecca Wahlstrom Megan Lash Kate Millen Kate Millen Kate Millen Megan Lash Melissa Rants Allison Chrismer Tammy Eldridge Allison Chrismer

Name Heather Huffman Jennifer Russell Hannah Clemmons Bethany Whitcraft Pam Mullinix Melissa Rants Dawn Roberts Heather Huffman Bethany Whitcraft Bethany Whitcraft

Year Blocks 1996 176 1996 142 1997 125 2000 114 1999 112 1993 103 1996 95 1993 88 1990 86 1991 79

Single Season Total Blocks Name Rebecca Wahlstrom Kate Millen Allison Chrismer Megan Lash Kate Millen Rebecca Wahlstrom Megan Lash Kate Millen Melissa Rants Amy Bishop

Year Blocks 1996 388 1997 335 1993 313 1996 306 1999 264 1995 263 1993 260 2000 255 1996 238 1993 209

Single Season Digs Name Stacey Jackson Hannah Clemmons Stacey Jackson Stacey Arnold Marci Norris Stacy Pastryk Sara Miller Stacy Pastryk Tricia Sandy Melissa Rants

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Year 1995 2014 1996 1996 1994 1994 2015 1995 2000 1994

Digs 747 731 717 702 701 673 645 643 628 601

Year 2005 1991 2013 2011 1987 1997 1987 2002 2009 2010

Percent 98.0 97.8 97.3 97.1 97.0 97.0 97.0 96.8 96.7 96.7

Single Season Aces Name Year Aces Tricia Sandy 2001 101 Melissa Rants 1995 99 Kelli Irish 2000 97 Kristin Miller 2001 94 Tricia Sandy 2000 81 Melissa Rants 1994 81 Rebecca Wahlstrom 1996 76 Amber Birkey 2004 75 Sarah Calhoun 1998 70 DeeAnna Beachy 1997 70

Name Kate Millen Marci Norris Rebecca Wahlstrom Tricia Sandy Dana Johnston Jamie Gill

Years Kills 1997-00 2251 1991-94 1895 1995-96 1799 1999-02 1690 2010-13 1672 1998-01 1588

Career Solo Blocks Name Kate Millen Megan Lash Allison Chrismer Rebecca Wahlstrom Melissa Rants

Years Blocks 1997-00 425 1993-96 307 1991-94 259 1995-96 249 1994-97 200

Career Total Blocks Name Kate Millen Megan Lash Allison Chrismer Melissa Rants Rebecca Wahlstrom

Years Blocks 1997-00 1028 1993-96 868 1991-94 730 1994-97 710 1995-96 651

Career Digs Name Melissa Rants Stacy Arnold Hannah Clemmons Calah Kruse Bethany Whitcraft

Years Digs 1994-97 2210 1993-96 2140 2011-14 1960 2011-14 1924 2009-12 1670

Career Assists Name Melissa Rants Rachel Bult Amber Birkey Ellie Harp Jessica Zaugg

Years Assists 1994-97 7324 2008-11 3887 2004-06 3069 2013-14 2619 1999-00 2234

Career Aces Name Tricia Sandy Kelli Irish Melissa Rants Stephanie Lawson Shelly Hendricks Heather Huffman

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Rewind: 2015 Season GRACE COLLEGE CLASSIC (Aug. 21-22) 8/21/2015 IU East W 3-2 8/21/2015 Trinity Christian W 3-1 8/22/2015 St. Ambrose W 3-0 8/22/2015 Point Park W 3-0 LINDSEY WILSON TOURNAMENT (Aug. 28-29) 8/28/2015 St. Catharine L 1-3 8/28/2015 Point Park W 3-0 8/29/2015 Campbellsville L 1-3 8/29/2015 @ Lindsey Wilson L 0-3 9/2/2015 @ *Mount Vernon L 0-3 UNOH TOURNAMENT (Sept. 4-5) 9/4/2015 @ UNOH W 3-0 9/4/2015 Purdue North Cent. W 3-0 9/5/2015 Missouri Valley L 1-3 9/5/2015 Midway W 3-0 9/9/2015 @ *Ind. Wesleyan L 0-3 9/11/2015 *Bethel L 2-3 9/12/2015 @ *Goshen L 1-3 9/16/2015 *Taylor L 3-1 9/18/2015 *Spring Arbor W 3-0 9/19/2015 *Saint Francis W 3-1

9/25/2015 @ *Huntington W 3-2 9/26/2015 @ *Marian L 0-3 9/30/2015 @ *Bethel W 3-1 10/7/2015 *Goshen W 3-1 DAVENPORT TOURNAMENT (Oct. 9-10) 10/9/2015 @ Davenport L 2-3 10/9/2015 Trinity Christian L 1-3 10/10/2015 Ashford W 3-1 10/10/2015 Cardinal Stritch L 1-3 10/13/2015 *Mount Vernon L 0-3 10/16/2015 @ *Spring Arbor W 3-2 10/17/2015 @ *Saint Francis W 3-2 10/21/2015 *Ind. Wesleyan L 2-3 10/28/2015 @ *Taylor L 0-3 10/30/2015 *Huntington L 0-3 10/31/2015 *Marian W 3-1 CROSSROADS LEAGUE TOURNAMENT 11/7/2015 Bethel W 3-0 11/11/2015 @ Mt. Vernon L 1-3 11/21/2015 NCCAA Region-@ IWU L 0-3 * denotes a Crossroads League match

2015 Season Statistics ATTACK SET SERVE PASS DEF BLOCK GEN # Player GP-MP K K/SET E TA Pct A SA SE Pct RE DIG D/SET BS-BA BE-BHE 1 Laken Chaney 2 Taylor Baird 3 Megan Johnson 4 Kaitlin Kerrigan 5 Annie Salazar 6 Sara Miller 8 Kari Feddema 9 Savannah Hart 10 Caylie Teel 11 Marta Bleed 12 Alix Underwood 13 Tori Bontrager 14 Kelsee Zuidema 15 Sierra Smith 16 Naarah Foster 18 Jessica Scherb 20 Grace Woolsey

137-37 85-23 42-19 109-32 67-24 137-37 111-34 19-11 104-32 47-23 50-24 119-34 120-36 118-36 73-24 82-29 43-15

43 14 24 218 11 3 155 12 56 86 53 216 296 262 107 1 77

0.31 16 143 .189 966 30 37 .917 0 300 2.19 1-16 3-56 0.16 10 62 .065 387 26 39 .864 0 142 1.67 0-1 2-21 0.57 23 119 .008 7 4 57 .912 5 60 1.43 0-7 0-1 2.00 116 705 .145 35 15 23 .925 29 287 2.63 1-16 1-2 0.16 10 63 .016 16 15 14 .906 11 120 1.79 0-1 0-1 0.02 0 44 .068 23 29 18 .956 20 645 4.71 0-0 0-1 1.40 78 425 .181 9 0 0 1.000 0 33 0.30 10-55 7-4 0.63 7 29 .172 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0.05 1-4 1-0 0.54 44 254 .047 28 4 20 .905 15 219 2.11 0-10 1-8 1.83 43 273 .158 1 0 1 .667 7 24 0.51 1-13 0-2 1.06 38 178 .084 1 0 0 .000 0 24 0.48 2-15 1-0 1.82 102 571 .200 5 34 28 .932 0 81 0.68 7-95 9-2 2.47 138 825 .192 6 22 35 .806 9 77 0.64 4-33 2-2 2.22 111 763 .198 1 0 0 .000 1 38 0.32 5-45 0-2 1.47 47 336 .179 4 0 0 1.000 1 20 0.27 1-32 1-2 0.01 3 38 -.053 15 11 14 .937 14 138 1.68 0-0 0-5 1.79 39 179 .212 4 15 19 .627 0 13 0.30 6-30 5-1

2015 Individual awards SARA MILLER:

Second Team All-Crossroads League CL Defender of Week (Oct. 5) All-Grace Classic Tournament Team

KELSEE ZUIDEMA: Second Team All-Crossroads League NCCAA Player of Week (Oct. 5) CL Hitter of Week (Oct. 5) All-Davenport Tournament Team TORI BONTRAGER:

Second Team All-Crossroads League Grace Classic Tournament MVP

SIERRA SMITH: Second Team All-Crossroads League All-UNOH Tournament Team KARI FEDDEMA:

Honorable Mention All-Crossroads League

LAKEN CHANEY:

CL Setter of Week (Sept. 7) All-Grace Classic Tournament Team

ALIX UNDERWOOD: JESSICA SCHERB: MEGAN JOHNSON: TAYLOR BAIRD: GRACE WOOLSEY:

NAIA/NCCAA Scholar-Athlete NAIA/NCCAA Scholar-Athlete NAIA/NCCAA Scholar-Athlete NAIA/NCCAA Scholar-Athlete NAIA/NCCAA Scholar-Athlete

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Grace College

Bethel College

Goshen College

Huntington University

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Indiana Wesleyan University

The newly named Crossroads League (CL), formerly the MidCentral College Conference, underwent a name and logo change in the summer of 2012, but its values remain the same. It is the purpose and function of the CL to promote intercollegiate athletics in a well-rounded athletic program. The CL seeks to maintain high ideals and to promote sportsmanship and a friendly understanding among member colleges. The Crossroads League is a 10-institution athletic conference in the NAIA. The CL offers 15 year round sports throughout Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. The league will continue to be a pioneer

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Marian University

Mt. Vernon Nazarene University

Spring Arbor University

University of St. Francis

Taylor University

in academic excellence, competitive athletics and a faith-driven focus on and off the field. The CL consists of 10 colleges and universities: Bethel College (Mishawaka, IN); Goshen College (Goshen, IN); Grace College (Winona Lake, IN); Huntington University (Huntington, IN); Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion, IN); Marian University (Indianapolis, IN); Mt. Vernon Nazarene University (Mount Vernon, OH); University of St. Francis (Fort Wayne, IN); Spring Arbor University (Spring Arbor, MI); and Taylor University (Upland, IN).

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2016 Grace Volleyball Media Guide  

The 2016 media guide for Grace College's volleyball team, coached by Katie Van Hofwegen.

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