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2007 Women’s Volleyball

Senior Cynara Martins

Senior Peachy Jankowski

Senior Patty Azevedo

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2007 IPFW Mastodons Quick Facts Location: Enrollment: Founded: Conference: Colors: Nickname: Chancellor: Athletic Director: Associate AD: Head Coach:

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Overall Record: Record at IPFW: 2006 Record: Associate Head Coach: Graduate Assistant Coach: Home Court: Capacity: Athletic Trainer: Sports Information Director: Assistant SID: SID Telephone: Athletic FAX: Women’s Volleyball Contact: E–mail: Contact Telephone: Photographer Credits:

Fort Wayne, Ind. 11,757 1964 Summit League Royal Blue and White Mastodons Michael A. Wartell Tommy Bell Tim Heffron Kelley Hartley Hutton (University of Toledo ’91) 309–150 (13 years) 172–83 (8 years) 26–10 Stephen Florio Fabiana Souza Hilliard Gates Sports Center 2,500 Scott Knerr Rudy Yovich Christine Francies 260–481–0729 260–481–6002 Christine Francies franciec@ipfw.edu 260–481–0729 Christine Francies

Athletic Department Web site:

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IPFW At A Glance History of Fort Wayne Chancellor Michael A. Wartell Gates Sports Center Athletics Director Tommy Bell Meet the Coaches Meet the Mastodons 2007 Team Photo 2006 Independent Awards Roster Breakdown Radio/TV Chart A Look Ahead 2006 Match Results 2006 Individual Statistics 2006 Category Leaders All-Time Records All-Time Letter Winners 2006 Mid-Con Review 2006 Mid-Con Statistics 2007 Opponents

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I N D I A N A U N I V E R S I T Y – P U R D U E U N I V E R S I T Y F O R T W AY N E

2007 Schedule August Fri.–Sat. Fri. Sat. Sat. Tue. Fri.–Sat. Fri.

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September Sat. 1 Sat. 1 Fri–Sat. 7–8 Fri. 7 Fri. 7 Sat. 8 Sat. 8 Sat. 8 Sat. 8 Fri. 14 Sat. 15 Sat. 22 Sun. 23

@ Dayton Flyer Classic vs. Dayton vs. Illinois vs. Bowling Green EASTERN MICHIGAN @ Western Michigan vs. Chicago State

vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Western Michigan IPFW INVITATIONAL Chicago State vs. Lehigh IPFW vs. Lipscomb Lehigh vs. Lipscomb IPFW vs. Chicago State Chicago State vs. Lipscomb IPFW vs. Lehigh @ North Dakota State* @ South Dakota State* NORTH DAKOTA STATE* OAKLAND*

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7 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m.

1 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m.

Fri. Sat.

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@ Oral Roberts* @ Centenary*

8 p.m. 8 p.m.

October Tues. Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sun. Tues. Tues.

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@ Bowling Green State SOUTH DAKOTA STATE* IUPUI* @ UMKC* @ Western Illinois* UMKC* @ Oakland* @ Xavier BALL STATE

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

CENTENARY* ORAL ROBERTS* WESTERN ILLINOIS* @ IUPUI* THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS VALPARAISO

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA 7 p.m.

November Fri. 2 Sat. 3 Fri. 9 Sun. 11 Fri–Sat. 16–17 Sat. 24

Homes matches in bold and caps. All times local. * Summit League matches

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IPFW at a glance one university. two great names.

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The university offers more than 190 academic programs for undergraduate and graduate students who are taught by distinguished professors. It’s not unusual to turn on a television documentary and see a member of IPFW’s faculty as the “resident expert” on topics ranging from dinosaurs to Middle East politics. TM

As northeast Indiana’s premier public university, IPFW is committed to enhancing access to personalized, high-quality learning.

IPFW continues to grow, both in number of students and in facilities. The addition of more than a dozen soccer fields alongside the St. Joseph River has greatly increased athletic opportunities for students as well as members of the community. IPFW has new apartmentstyle student housing, offering a more traditional university experience to students. A new state-of-the-art music building will be dedicated this fall, and plans for a new medical education building are moving forward. IPFW’s academic organization is made up of 10 major units, which include the College of Arts and Sciences; the College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science; the College of Health an Human Services; the College of Visual and Performing Arts; the Richard T. Doermer School of Business and Management Sciences; and the School of Education. It also includes the divisions of Continuing Studies, Labor Studies, Public and Environmental Affairs, and Organizational Leadership and Supervision. There are nearly 100 student organizations on IPFW’s campus. Groups include departmental organizations, honorary societies, religious organizations, and special-interest groups. There are also several intramural sports. IPFW is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. 2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

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Fort Wayne history of the summit city Fort Wayne began as an outpost on the western frontier more than 200 years ago. It gained its nickname, the “Summit City,” by being the highest place between the Maumee and Wabash river basins.

…with a population in excess of 200,000 people, it is the second largest city in Indiana.

Photo courtesy Fort Wayne/Allen County Convention and Visitors Bureau

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Now with a population in excess of 200,000 people, it is the second largest city in Indiana. As such, it offers its citizenry a wide variety of things to do, see, and appreciate. For the sportsminded, there are three professional teams based here: the United Hockey League’s Fort Wayne Komets, the Midwest League’s Single A Baseball Fort Wayne Wizards (whose parent club is the San Diego Padres), and the United Indoor Football Association’s Fort Wayne Fusion. Fort Wayne holds several places in sports history. It is the birthplace of the National Basketball Association and the home of the Daisies, one of five teams in the first professional women’s baseball league. Fort Wayne also has the honor of holding the first night baseball game under lights. For those interested in the performing arts, the Summit City offers venues such as the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, the Fort Wayne Ballet, Civic Theatre, Artlink, the Fort Wayne Dance Collective, and Fort Wayne Youtheatre. Some little known trivia about Fort Wayne: the inventor of the television, Philo T. Farnsworth, was born here as was fashion designer Bill Blass. Fort Wayne is the home of the washing machine, baking powder, parking meters, magnetic wire, streetlights, and gas pumps. 4


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Michael A. Wartell

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chancellor Academician and scientist Michael A. Wartell came to IPFW as vice chancellor for academic affairs and chemistry professor in 1993. On July 1, 1994, Wartell was installed as chancellor. His prior experience includes positions at Sandia Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M.; Humboldt State University in Arcata, Calif.; and James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.

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He received a B.S. in chemistry from the University of New Mexico and both an M.S. and Ph.D. from Yale University in physical chemistry. Wartell currently serves on the U.S. Army Science Board and has worked on such projects as chemical warfare, manpower and logistics, and decontamination. He also serves on the Defense Science Board and chairs the Defense Intelligence Agency Science and Technology Advisory Board. Wartell stays involved in the Fort Wayne community by serving on the Board of Directors of the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, Corporate Council, Leadership Fort Wayne, and Fort Wayne Philharmonic.

Gates Sports Center home of the mastodons The Gates Sports Center is home for the IPFW men’s volleyball, women’s basketball, and women’s volleyball teams. The center is also the practice facility for the IPFW men’s basketball program. The more than 68,000-squarefoot, tri-level facility is located on the northeast end of the IPFW campus and features a multipurpose gymnasium with three practice/game courts. The Gates Sports Center seats 2,700 spectators for events. The center also houses a 1/9mile indoor tartan rubber track, five racquetball/handball courts, a fully equipped fitness center, and newly renovated athletic locker rooms.

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Tommy Bell

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director of athletics James T. (Tommy) Bell is IPFW’s new director of athletics beginning with the 2007–08 academic year and comes from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He has been the constituent development officer for the Saluki’s Department of Athletics since October 2001. As the director of athletic development, Bell oversaw a staff of two that managed all fundraising efforts within the department. He established the Saluki Athletic Scholarship Fund in fall 2002 and increased that fund by more than 450 percent.

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“I am honored and proud to be chosen to lead the athletic department at IPFW. This is truly an exciting time in the university’s athletic history as we enter the Summit League,” Bell said. “I am pleased that Tommy is joining the Mastodon family here at IPFW,” Chancellor Wartell noted. “He brings to us a wealth of knowledge and experience in NCAA Division I collegiate athletic administration and fundraising. Tommy’s high energy level, his people skills, and his natural warmth will make him an instant success in both the Mastodon and Fort Wayne communities. I’m sure that with his abilities and talents, the Mastodons will be reaching new goals in a very short time.” Most recently, Bell led the SIU athletic department’s comprehensive capital campaign efforts for The Opportunity Through Excellence: The Campaign For Southern Illinois University. This project facilitated the first phases of the proposed “Saluki Way” master facility plan. Bell received an undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech in 1979, and an M.S.Ed. from Radford University in 1987. His previous development experience was at Northern Illinois University as assistant athletic director for development from 1990–99. He also served as head athletic trainer at Radford University in Virginia from 1980–84, and then serving full time as athletic trainer for the Philadelphia Phillies AAA affiliate, the Portland Beavers from 1984–87. Tommy and his wife, Laurie, currently live in Makanda, Ill., and have two children: Joey (22) and Courtney (20). Both are attending SIU.

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Meet the Coaches...

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Head Coach Kelley Hartley Hutton Kelley Hartley Hutton was named women’s volleyball head coach at IPFW in July 1999, where she has been charged with carrying the torch for a university with a rich volleyball history. Since that appointment, the Mastodons are 172–83 (67 percent) and coming off a redhot 26–10 overall record to mark their fourthstraight 20-plus win season. Hartley Hutton guided IPFW to the 2006 Independent Championship Title and was named Independent Coach of the Year for the third time in five years. With a 309–150 career record (67 percent), a home crowd joined Hartley Hutton in celebrating her 300th career victory when the Dons swept Buffalo on Oct. 14, 2006. Hartley Hutton is currently ranked 43rd in the nation in winning percentage as an active coach. Known for playing gutsy defense, IPFW ended the ’06 campaign ranked 19th in the country in digs per game (19.08 digs/game) with then-junior Peachy Jankowski ranked 24th individually. The Dons 88 RPI ranking was good for third-best of 10 NCAA Division I volleyball teams in Indiana, behind Notre Dame and Purdue. The women’s volleyball team “won” in the classroom a year ago, too. Hartley Hutton’s team turned in a combined 3.28 grade-point average last year while juggling a hectic travel schedule. In 2006, Hartley Hutton coached her first-ever Academic All-American in middle blocker Claire Jackson, who graduated with a perfect 4.0 in biology and is now enrolled in Indiana University’s School of Dentistry.

(a native of Belo Horizonte, Brazil) and playing in front of her family in an IPFW jersey. Souza shattered IPFW career records for kills, setting it at 2,305. The previous record stood at 1,895. She repeated as Independent Offensive Player of the Year in 2005. She was 16th in the nation in kills per game (4.94 kpg). Off the court, Big Brothers/Big Sisters is Hartley Hutton’s favorite non-profit organization, and she has made time to mentor an area “little” since 2002, a relationship she cherishes. IPFW women’s volleyball matches are standard fall events for the organization’s First Friends Program. After those matches, Hartley Hutton and her team use this as an opportunity to talk to area youth about the importance of education and setting goals. Hartley Hutton came to IPFW in 1999 after serving one year at Robert Morris University rebuilding that program. In just one year, her recruiting class led the Colonials to a Northeast Conference championship and an NCAA Tournament berth in 1999, redeeming a seventh place league finish the year before. Hartley Hutton began her coaching career at Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio, for four seasons (1994–97), leading the team to back-to-back Mid-Ohio Conference titles and the NAIA tournament (1996 and 1997). At Walsh, she compiled a record of 131–44; earned MOC Coach-of-theYear, twice; and was the league’s chairperson and regional representative. She also served as the assistant athletic director and senior woman administrator at Walsh. A 1991 graduate from the University of Toledo, Hartley Hutton played four years for the Rockets, serving as captain her junior and senior years. She earned an M.S. in sports administration from Bowling Green State University in 1993 while working at the Mid-American Conference office. After completing a one-year NCAA internship with the MAC, she was appointed to a full-time position in 1992. Kelley and her husband, Craig Hutton, were married in Feb. 2004 after meeting at IPFW. They reside in Fort Wayne, and their daughter, Kennedy, was born last April.

Directing IPFW through the Dons’ final two years of Division II play, Hartley Hutton then led the Dons through a transition to the serious Division I volleyball force it is now. She led IPFW to a 2000 regularseason championship its last year competing in the Great Lakes Valley Conference and compiled an overall record of 23–7 that season. In 2001, the Dons first year of Division I play, they posted a 13–14 mark followed by a 16–18 season in 2002—just shy of the .500 mark again. But in 2003, the Dons rolled to a 22–10 record and have not won fewer than 22 matches since. For the educational and cultural experience of her studentathletes’ lifetimes, Hartley Hutton took the squad to Brazil in May 2003 for competitions, tourist excursions, and team bonding. It also meant “going home” for graduate assistant coach Fabiana Souza 2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

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Associate Head Coach Stephen Florio Stephen Florio begins his fifth season with IPFW. Florio has eight years of NCAA Division I coaching experience as well as nine years of high school, junior high school, and USAV Juniors coaching experience. He also serves as the AVCA assistant coaches representative for Division I for the Summit League.

Florio also has nine years of USAV Girls Juniors coaching experience. In New York, he coached for the Long Island Big Apple Volleyball Club for two years and the Creole Big Apple Volleyball Club for three years. Florio is currently the girls 18 and under coach and freshmen and sophomore training coach for the Fort Wayne Volleyball Club. He has been with FWVBC for four years.

Florio played two years of volleyball at Nassau (N.Y.) Community College in 1994 and 1995 before transferring to Division I St. Francis College (Pa.) and playing two years for the Red Flash. At Nassau, he helped the Lions to a regional championship in 1994 and a runner-up spot in 1995. At St. Francis, Florio served as a defensive specialist for the Red Flash.

During the summers of 2005 and 2006, Florio served as head coach of the Great Lakes High Performance Team at the USA High Performance Tournament. In 2006, he lead the team to a third place finish at the tournament and a bronze medal. It was the first time the Great Lakes Region had won a medal.

Prior to IPFW, Florio served four years as an assistant coach at Hofstra University. While at Hofstra, Florio assisted in leading the Pride to two conference championships and two consecutive NCAA tournament appearances in 1999 and 2000.

Since summer 1993, Florio has lent his experience to camps and clinics at the University of Illinois, Ball State University, Bowling Green State University, Syracuse, Hofstra, IPFW, the Premier Elite Camp, World Volleyball Training Center, and the Great Lakes High Performance Camp.

Florio’s eight years of high school experience is highlighted by five years as the head coach of the boys varsity volleyball team for Division Ave./MacArthur High School in Levittown, N.Y. During that time, Florio led the team to its first ever playoff appearance in 2000, and a Nassau County Conference II-A Championship in 2003. Along with winning a conference championship, Florio was named Conference Coach of the Year in 2003.

Florio received a bachelor’s degree in marketing from St. Francis (Pa.) in 1998 and a master’s degree in secondary education in 2002 from Dowling College. On June 3, 2007, he completed his first marathon, and raised $1,370 for charity in the process.

Graduate Assistant Coach Fabiana Souza Fabiana Souza enters her second year as a graduate assistant coach at IPFW. Souza started a master’s degree in communication in January 2006. She completed a bachelor’s degree in communication in December 2005. Souza currently holds the career kill record with 2,305 kills in her four year career at IPFW. In 2004, she set a new single season record for kills with 621. The previous record had stood for 20 years. Souza finished her collegiate career nationally ranked in kills per game, averaging 4.94 per game and was 16th in the nation. Souza finished with an average of 4.88 kills/game, 3.04 digs/game, and a .237 hitting percentage for her career.

Athletic Trainer Scott Knerr Knerr begins his eighth year as associate athletic trainer at IPFW. He received a bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Ball State University in 1995. Knerr completed a master’s degree in sports management at the University of Utah. While at Utah, he was a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the Ute’s women’s soccer team and nationally ranked women’s gymnastics team. Knerr resides in Fort Wayne with his wife Jen, and his children; Parker (6), Claire (4), and Liam (2).

Souza was named MVP of three tournaments in her career and was named to eight All-Tournament teams. She was named to the AllIndependent team in 2003, 2004, and 2005 and was Offensive Player of the Year in 2003 and 2005. In 2004, IPFW won the Independent Tournament, and Souza was named tournament MVP.

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Meet the Mastodons...

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2007 IPFW Mastodons

Front Row: L to R: Christine Simon, Jessica Dominiak, Peachy Jankowski, Patty Azevedo, Cynara Martins, Shannon Reuter, and Jamie Schwartz. Back Row: L to R: Athletic Trainer Scott Knerr, Associate Head Coach Steve Florio, Stephanie Lamberti, Kylee Hervey, Rebekah Roehm, Jessica Miller, Mayara Schlindwein, Jordan Staus, Taryn Parker, Graduate Assistant Coach Fabiana Souza, and Head Coach Kelley Hartley Hutton.

2006 Independent Awards Offensive Player of the Week

All-Tournament

Oct. 31: Cynara Martins

Cynara Martins

Defensive Player of the Week

All-Tournament MVP

Oct. 18: Peachy Jankowski Oct. 25: Peachy Jankowski Oct. 25: Peachy Jankowski Oct. 25: Peachy Jankowski

Rebekah Roehm

First Team All-Independent Peachy Jankowski

Newcomer Player of the Week Oct. 18: Rebekah Roehm Oct. 25: Rebekah Roehm Oct. 25: Rebekah Roehm

Second Team All-Independent Cynara Martins

Setter of the Week

Honorable Mention All-Independent

Oct. 18: Jessica Dominiak

Rebekah Roehm

All-Academic

Defensive Player of the Year

Claire Jackson Jessica Dominiak

Peachy Jankowski

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Roster Breakdown Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Name Pos. Shannon Reuter S Stephanie Lamberti OH Peachy Jankowski L Patricia Azevedo OH Rebekah Roehm MH Taryn Parker MH Cynara Martins OH Christine Simon L Jessica Dominiak S Kylee Hervey OH Mayara Schlindwein OH

Ht. 5–7 5–10 5–8 5–10 6–0 6–0 5–10 5–8 5–9 6–0 5–10

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

13 14 15

Jamie Schwartz Jordan Staus Jessica Miller

5–7 6–0 6–1

So. Fr. Jr.

L MH MH

Hometown/Last School Tiffin, Ohio/Tiffin Columbian Clinton Township, Mich./L’Anse Creuse Fraser, Mich./Fraser Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Western Nebraska C.C. Willshire, Ohio/Parkway High Alto, Mich./Caledonia High Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Centro Educational Mineiro Bowling Green, Ohio/Bowling Green Waterville, Ohio/St. Ursula Academy Indianapolis, Ind./Pike Nova Petropolis, Brazil/ Colegio Cenecista Frederico Michaelsen Decatur, Ind./Adams Central Peru, Ill./LaSalle-Peru Fort Wayne, Ind./Concordia

Mastodons by Position Setter

Outside Hitter

Middle Hitter

Jessica Dominiak Shannon Reuter Cynara Martins Kylee Hervey Patricia Azevedo Stephanie Lamberti Mayara Schlindwein Jessica Miller Rebekah Roehm Taryn Parker Jordan Staus

Head Coach: Kelley Hartley Hutton (Ninth Year) Associate Head Coach: Stephen Florio (Fifth Year) Graduate Assistant Coach: Fabiana Souza (Second Year) Trainer: Scott Knerr (Eighth Year)

Libero

Peachy Jankowski Christine Simon Jamie Schwartz

Mastodons on the Map

Senior

Peachy Jankowski Cynara Martins Patricia Azevedo

Junior

Christine Simon Jessica Dominiak Kylee Hervey Jessica Miller

Mastodons by Class

Indiana

Kylee Hervey Jessica Miller Jamie Schwartz

Ohio

Christine Simon Jessica Dominiak Shannon Reuter Rebekah Roehm

Sophomore

Peachy Jankowski Stephanie Lamberti Taryn Parker

Freshmen

Michigan

Illinois

Jordan Staus

Brazil

Cynara Martins Patricia Azevedo Mayara Schlindwein

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Sin-a-ra Mar-tins Doe-min-e-ak Ki-lee Her-ve Roo-ter Oz-e-vee-do Rebecca Ream Jordin Stow-ss Tair-in Lamb-burr-tee Ma-yar-a Sch-lind-wine Fahbianna Soh-za

Stephanie Lamberti Taryn Parker Jordan Staus Mayara Schlindwein

Mastodons by Height 6–1

Jessica Miller

6–0

Kylee Hervey Rebekah Roehm Taryn Parker Jordan Staus

Pronunciation Guide Cynara Martins Jessica Dominiak Kylee Hervey Shannon Reuter Patricia Azevedo Rebekah Roehm Jordan Staus Taryn Parker Stephanie Lamberti Mayara Schlindwein Fabiana Souza

Shannon Reuter Jamie Schwartz Rebekah Roehm

5–10

Cynara Martins Patricia Azevedo Stephanie Lamberti Mayara Schlindwein

5–9

Jessica Dominiak

5–8

Peachy Jankowski Christine Simon

5–7

Shannon Reuter Jamie Schwartz

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2007 IPFW Mastodons Radio/TV Chart Peachy Jankowski SR • L • 5–8 Frasier, Mich. Frasier

#1

Shannon Reuter SO • S • 5–7 Tiffin, Ohio Tiffin Columbian

#2

Stephanie Lamberti FR • OH • 5–10 Clinton Twp., Mich. L’Anse Creuse

#3

#5

Patricia Azevedo SR • OH • 5–9 Belo Horizonte, Brazil

#6

Rebekah Roehm SO • MH • 6–0 Willshire, Ohio Parkway

#7

Taryn Parker FR • MH • 6–0 Alto, Mich. Caledonia

#8

Cynara Martins SR • OH • 5–10 Belo Horizonte, Brazil

#9

Christine Simon JR • L • 5–8 Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green

#10

Jessica Dominiak JR • S • 5–9 Waterville, Ohio St. Ursula

#11

Kylee Hervey JR • OH • 6–0 Indianapolis, Ind. Pike

#13

Jamie Schwartz SO • L • 5–7 Decatur, Ind. Adams Central

#14

Jordan Staus FR • MH • 6–0 Peru, Ill. LaSalle–Peru

#12

#15

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Mayara Schlindwein FR • OH • 5–10 Nova Petropolis, Brazil

Jessica Miller JR • MH • 6–1 Fort Wayne, Ind. Concordia

Head Coach Kelley Hartley Hutton Ninth Year

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A Look Ahead... Expectations will be very high on Aug. 24, as it marks the start of the 2007 IPFW women’s volleyball season. In the team’s first year competing in the Summit League, the Mastodons have their sights set on a championship and an NCAA tournament berth. “We recognize that our goal of winning a championship in our first year in the league is a lofty one, but it is one that we are excited about and ready to earn,” said ninth year Head Coach Hartley Hutton. “This team should have a very clear blueprint for how they need to work and prepare for Summit League competition. We are fortunate that we played many of these teams as an Independent and have a healthy rivalry with them already.” IPFW won the 2006 Independent Championship, its third title in five tries, defeating now-league opponent North Dakota State to reach the finals. The Mastodons have also faced IUPUI, Western Illinois, Oral Roberts, Cententary, Oakland, North Dakota State, and South Dakota State. Since the transition to Division I, the Mastodons have compiled a 22–6 record against the Summit League. Against IUPUI—the Dons instate rival—they are even at 3–3. Oral Roberts is the only institution with an upper hand against IPFW, defeating them last year at the UVSC/LaQuinta Invitational. Against fellow new members North Dakota State and South Dakota State, the Dons are 5–1 and 3–1, respectively. IPFW holds an 8–0 record against Oakland, 2–0 record against Western Illinois, and are 1–0 against Centenary College. The senior class of Peachy Jankowski (libero), Cynara Martins (outside hitter), and Patricia Azevedo (outside hitter) has helped the Mastodons become a volleyball force in the Midwest. They do not know a season with fewer than 22 wins since the Mastodons have won at least 20 matches four years straight, including a 26–10 mark last season. Despite losing three seniors—all starters in some capacity (middle blocker Claire Jackson, outside hitter Nicole Howell, and outside hitter Amanda Pfister)—Hartley calls her 2007 team experienced. “We return our starting setter, libero, a middle, an outside, and our opposite. I’d say that is a seasoned group,” said Hartley Hutton. “It will be exciting to see the newcomers contribute, too, and I believe they will.” Setting Jessica Dominiak (Waterville, Ohio/St. Ursula Academy) won the starting job for most of the 2006 season, but she had to use the spring season for surgery and then rehabilitation. With the most experience and leadership knowhow—as well as a point-scoring, left-handed attack—Dominiak looks to be the likely floor captain for the Dons again. Dominiak was 183rd in the nation last season in assists per game with 10.21. Dominiak hit at a .271 clip and averaged 1.10 kills/game. She was named to the Independent All-Academic Team. 2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

Shannon Reuter (Tiffin, Ohio/Tiffin Columbian), another gifted athlete, received the starting nod for a segment of last season, too. Reuter saw action in 30 matches, averaging 5.62 assists/game and 1.38 digs/game. Despite her size, Reuter’s a leaper and good technical blocker on the right side. Her athletic ability makes her an automatic contender. “We are really fortunate to have two quality setters in Jess and Shannon. I hesitate to call either a ‘back-up’ at this point. And their strengths, as well as short-comings, are so different that they offer something completely unique to our team,” said Hartley Hutton. Outside Hitters The outside hitting position is wide open. Likely starters are the senior Brazilian tandom of Cynara Martins (Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Centro Educational Miniero) and Patricia Azevedo (Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Western Nebraska C.C.). Martins led the Dons in kills, kills/game, points, and double-doubles. Martins had 18 double-doubles in 36 matches, averaging 3.23 kills/game and 3.50 digs/game. Azevedo averaged 1.43 kills/game in her first season at IPFW. Martins, a fierce competitor, was named All-Tournament Team at the Duquesne Omni William Penn Tournament and The Independent Championship, MVP of the IPFW Invitational, and Second-Team All-Independent last year. “Though Cynara is still not playing at 100 percent, she can help us with her back court play and competitive spirit. She has been a mainstay in our line-up since her freshman campaign, and I am certain she will look for a way to be a value to our line-up,” said Hartley Hutton. Ironically, both Martins and Azevedo are recovering from injuries and might not reach the 18


peak of their game until later in the fall. Newcomers Stephanie Lamberti (Clinton Township, Mich./L’Anse Creuse) and Mayara Schlindwein (Nova Petropolis, Brazil/Colegio Cenecista Frederico Michaelsen) could see early action. Lamberti is crafty and already understands that there is more than one way to score on the outside, while Schlindwein offers more size and an international style of play. “We will have to lean on Stephanie and Mayara early,” said Hartley Hutton. “They won’t be afforded a leisurely time to adjust to our style because we need them to perform at a high level immediately. As newcomers, this is a great opportunity for both of them.” Middle Hitters A lightning jump serve and a punishing quick attack earned nowsophomore Rebekah Roehm (Willshire, Ohio/Parkway) a starting position early during her freshman year. Not coincidently, the Dons finished the second half of 2006, losing just two of 18 matches after an 8–8 start. And the accolades piled on: Independent Newcomer of the Week: Sept. 5, Sept. 26, and Oct. 31; AllTournament Team at IPFW Invitational; MVP of the Independent Championships; and Honorable Mention All-Independent Team. Roehm also ranked nationally in aces per game (273rd, 0.35 aces/game) and hitting percentage (264th, .279). “Bekah gets better and better and offers consistency to our middle attack. She is aggressive and very competitive, so she’s a natural ‘go-to’ type,” said Hartley Hutton.

Dakota State on Oct. 7, 2006, and the season record for digs with 742. She was also named All-Tournament Team at the Michigan/Nike Invitational and at the IPFW Invitational, Independent Defensive Player of the Year, and First Team All-Independent. The coaching staff thinks Jankowski is a Defensive Player of the Year candidate in the Summit League as well. “Peachy has improved her game every year for us. She has been drilled, and drilled, and drilled and looks at practice as an opportunity to improve. We can’t ask for much more from her,” said Hartley Hutton. Junior Christine Simon (Bowling Green, Ohio/Bowling Green) and sophomore Jamie Schwartz (Decatur, Ind./Adams Central) will serve as defensive specialists. Schwartz saw valuable court time as a freshman and continued to improve in the spring season. The Mastodons will look to capitalize on their experience to propel themselves to their first NCAA tournament berth at the Division I level. The Dons will travel to the Dayton Flyer Classic and the Clarion Classic hosted by Western Michigan before hosting the 8th IPFW Invitational on Sept. 7 and 8. IPFW will open the home schedule with Eastern Michigan on Aug. 28 and the conference home schedule with North Dakota State on Sept. 22. IPFW hosts the Summit League Championships on Nov. 16 and 17 at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center. The top four teams will converge on the IPFW campus for the championships and the automatic NCAA berth.

Junior Kylee Hervey (Indianapolis, Ind./Pike) trained in the middle position all spring, and Hartley Hutton thinks she will contend for the remaining middle blocker position. “Kylee is quick and worked hard to learn the position last spring. I hope this is a break-out year for her,” said Hartley Hutton. Look for freshmen Taryn Parker (Alto, Mich./Caledonia) and Jordan Staus (Peru, Ill./LaSalle-Peru) to see action in the middle, too. Parker comes from one of the best clubs in Michigan (Far Out) and brings a combination of size, speed, and sound, technical training. Staus, a good leaper with a great attitude, is expected to add depth to the middle and possibly train at the pin positions, too. Opposite Junior Jessica Miller’s (Fort Wayne, Ind./Concordia) imposing block and versatility to attack a variety of play sets makes her the choice on the right side. Miller averaged 2.56 kills/game last season. She earned All-Tournament Team at the Michigan/Nike Invitational and the Utah Valley State/LaQuinta Invitational. “Jess is no doubt one of the most consistent and hardest workers on the team. And although she has a quiet demeanor, she wants to rip somebody’s head off. Gotta love that,” said Hartley Hutton. Defense Fans can count on the Mastodons to play their trademark solid defense and display patient and sound ball control. IPFW ranked 19th in the nation in digs per game last year, averaging 19.08 digs per game. The efforts were led by starting libero Peachy Jankowski (Fraser, Mich./Fraser), who ranked 24th individually with 5.62 digs per game. Jankowski set a match record of 34 digs vs. North 2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

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#3 Peachy Jankowski SR - Libero Fraser, Mich. - Fraser 2006 Season Jankowski, a captain, wrapped up a stellar junior campaign, nationally ranked in digs/game. She finished the year 24th in the nation with an average of 5.62 digs/game and was ranked every week. Jankowski set two new records for IPFW in 2006. First, she set a new single match digs record with 34 digs versus North Dakota State on Oct. 7. Second, Jankowski wrapped up the season with a 742 digs, a new single season record. She was named Independent Defensive Player of the Week four times (Aug. 29, Sept. 12, Sept. 26, and Nov. 7) and was the Defensive Player of the Year and named First Team All-Independent. Jankowski was named to the Michigan/Nike Invitational and IPFW Invitational All-Tournament Teams. Jankowski almost doubled every stat she had from her first two seasons. 2005 Season After being thrown to the wolves her freshman campaign, Jankowski once again led the Dons in digs with 418 in 109 games, averaging 3.83 per game. She also posted 11 service aces and 39 assists. Jankowski was named Independent Defensive Player of the Week twice, Oct. 18 and Oct. 25. Jankowski was named to the IPFW Invitational All-Tournament Team. 2004 Season As a true freshman, Jankowski stepped into the libero position with ease. She recorded 458 digs, averaging 3.79 per game and 23 service aces. Prep Jankowski played for Head Coach Kim Argiri-Slone at Fraser High School in Fraser, Mich. She was named AllState First Team, All-County, and All-Conference her senior year. Jankowski helped the Ramblers to a 2004 Class A State Championship. Personal Born Dec. 1, 1985. Daughter of Kenneth and Teresa Jankowski. She has a brother, Dan. Her real first name is Elizabeth. Jankowski is majoring in Spanish. She plans on studying abroad in spring 2008 in Salamanca, Spain.

Jankowski by the numbers... Year 2004 2005 2006 Totals

GP 121 109 132 362

K 1 1 6 8

E 1 0 1 2

TA 14 13 39 66

PCT .000 .077 .128 0.09

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G 0.01 0.01 0.05 0.02

A 21 39 47 107

SA 23 11 31 65

DG 458 418 742 1618

BS 0 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0 0

BE 0 0 0 0 20


A little more about Peachy.... Best Trip of 2006? Oakland—because I get to go “home” to Michigan and the support from my local friends and family is awesome and makes playing there that much better for me. Best Memory of 2006? The Independent Championship game vs. North Dakota State when the NDSU fans rushed the floor when they thought the game was over and Amanda Pfister was running circles on our side of the court with her fists in the air. We ended up winning by 2 points! Superstitions? I always do a little handshake with Fabi before the games. It started when we played together, and we still do it before I go onto the court. Any plans after graduation? Become a translator or work for a business doing foreign relations while playing beach volleyball in California. If you could bring anything to Fort Wayne from your hometown, what would it be? SAGANAKI-OPA! Nobody knows what this is and I always rave about it. Every time I go home, I get this awesome appetizer. It’s flaming cheese! What is in your CD/MP3 plaayer before a game? This foreign song. I don’t know the name, but Christine knows what I’m talkin’ ’bout. What are you looking forward to this season? This season is different from every other season because we actually have the opportunity to go to the NCAA tournament, and I’m looking forward to every match being just as important as the next and getting after it this year. What do you miss most about youur hometown? I miss my family the most, plus the volleyball fanatics I grew up with. But mostly, I miss Coney Island and La Shish—awesome food. Road trip you don’t want to make? The Dakotas. There’s only so much Catch Phrase, and so many things you can do to occupy the 15 hour bus ride.

JANKOWSKI’S CAREER HIGHS Kills: One on seven occasions Attempts: Five vs. IUPUI, Nov. 3, 2006 Attack Pct.: .500 vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 29, 2006 Assists: Six vs. Belmont, Sept. 23, 2005 Service Aces: Three on four occasions Digs: 34 vs. North Dakota State, Oct. 7, 2006

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#5 Patty Azevedo SR - Outside Hitter Belo Horizonte, Brazil Western Nebraska C.C. 2006 Season Azevedo saw action in 29 matches. She had 90 kills, averaging 1.43/game. Azevedo added 37 digs, two block solos, and 18 block assists. She averaged 0.59 digs/game and 0.32 blocks/game. Azevedo knocked down a career high 14 kills against Chicago State and hit at a .556 clip against Delaware State. Chicago State was a personal best match for Azevedo, where she added three service aces, nine digs, 45 attempts, and five block assists to her 14 kills. At Western Nebraska Azevedo was an All-American in 2004 and 2005 and was Female Athlete of the Year 2004–05. She was named MVP in 2005–06. Azevedo was named to the All-Tournament team at Nationals in ’04 and ’05. Azevedo was also named to the All-Regionals in ’04 and ’05 and was named to the All-Tournament team both years. Azevedo holds the single season kills record at Western Nebraska Community College, with 851 kills in 2004 and the career kills record with 1,514 kills during two seasons. Personal Born Oct. 24, 1985. Daughter of Claudio Luiz Bezerra de Azevedo and Iraci da Costa Azevedo. She has one sister, Priscila Costa Azevedo. Azevedo is majoring in general studies.

Azevedo by the numbers... Year 2006 Totals

GP 63 63

K 90 90

E 46 46

TA 261 261

PCT .169 .169

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G A 1.43 5 1.43 5

SA 4 4

DG 37 37

BS 2 2

BA 18 18

BE 3 3

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A little more about Patty.... What do you miss most about your hometown? The food. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? I would like to go to China because its a huge country with an interesting culture. Any supersititions or pre-game rituals? I listen to music before games. What do you listen to before a game? Hip Hop music. What is your favv orite TV show? Sponge Bob Square Pants. If you could bring anything to Fort Wayne from home, what would it be? I would bring my mom so she would cook good Brazilian food for me. So, I would bring the Brazilian food also. Best memory of last season?? The game against North Dakota State at the Independent Championships. Road trips you don’t want to make this season? Any trip that takes too long on the bus.

AZEVEDO’S CAREER HIGHS Kills: 14 vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006 Attempts: 45 vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006 Attack Pct.: .556 vs. Delaware State, Sept. 1, 2006 Assists: Two vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 29, 2006 Service Aces: Three vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006 Digs: Nine vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006 Solo Blocks: One on two occasions Block Assists: Five vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006 Total Blocks: Five vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006

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#8 Cynara Martins SR - Outside Hitter Belo Horizonte, Brazil Centro Educational Mineiro 2006 Season A captain, Martins wrapped up her junior campaign leading the Dons in kills, kills/game, points, and double-doubles. Martins had 18 double-doubles while seeing action in 35 of the Dons 36 matches. She had 410 kills, averaging 3.23 kills/game. Defensively, she added 444 digs, averaging 3.50 digs/game, four block solos and 54 block assists. Martins was named the Tournament MVP at the IPFW Invitational and was on the All-Tournament Teams at Omni William Penn and the Independent Championships. Martins was named to the Second Team AllIndependent and was the Independent Offensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 31. 2005 Season Martins was a force not only offensively, but defensively as well in her sophomore campaign. She posted 221 kills with an average of 2.08 per game and dug up 333 balls. Martins posted double-doubles in 10 matches this season. She was named to All-Tournament teams at the Hofstra/Asics Invitational and IPFW’s Invitational. 2004 Season Martins made an instant impact in 2004. She recorded 292 kills (2.75 k/g), 335 digs (3.16), and 35 service aces. Prep Martins is a 2002 graduate of the Colegio Anchieta Newton Paiva. She was an outside hitter, playing for Coach Robson. In her junior and senior years Martins was named MVP. Martins also played club volleyball for Sparta Volei Club under Coach Marcelo Melado. Personal Born Sept. 5, 1984. Daughter of Altamiro and Maria Imaculada Martins. She has a brother, Rafael. Martins is majoring in interior design.

Martins by the numbers... Year 2004 2005 2006 Totals

GP 106 106 127 339

K 292 221 410 923

E 112 116 172 400

TA 814 656 1202 2672

PCT .221 .160 .198 .196

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G 2.75 2.08 3.23 2.72

A 13 15 45 73

SA 35 23 20 78

DG 335 333 444 1112

BS 9 2 4 15

BA 39 23 54 116

BE 6 2 4 12

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A little more about Cynara.... Road trip you don’t want to have to make this year? Any trip where we stay in the bus for more than six hours. I don’t care where we’re going. What do you miss about your hometown? The FOOD! I wish my mom was here to make my favorite recipes. What is your favorite restaurant in Fort Wayne? Cebollas! Yummy! If you could bring anything from home to Fort Wayne, what would it be? A Brazilian steakhouse because it’s my favorite kind of food, and I’d love to see people trying a little bit of what we eat in Brazil. I know everybody will love it. Best trip from last season? North Dakota State because we won the Independent Championship. What are you looking forward to this season? Winning the conference championship and going to the NCAA tournament. Are you cuu rrently reading anything besides textbooks? Nope. I’m very lazy. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? I would go to Africa because I love the culture. Favorite TV show? Anything on HGTV.

MARTIN’S CAREER HIGHS Kills: 24 vs. Cornell, Sept. 24, 2005 Attempts: 57 vs. Cornell, Sept. 24, 2005 Attack Pct.: .485 vs. Northwestern, Sept. 4, 2004 Assists: Three on four occasions Service Aces: Five vs. Temple, Sept. 11, 2004 Digs: 26 vs. Ball State, Aug. 26, 2006 Solo Blocks: Two on three occasions Block Assists: Six on two occasions Total Blocks: Six on three occasions

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#9 Christine Simon JR - Libero Bowling Green, Ohio - Bowling Green 2006 Season Simon saw action in 16 matches in her sophomore campaign as the back-up libero. Simon had 35 digs to average 1.17/game. Simon had a personal best of nine digs against Wisconsin–Green Bay in 2006. She can also set, providing depth in practice situations. 2005 Season Simon saw limited time in her freshman campaign as the back-up libero. She posted 53 digs and two assists in 57 games. Prep Simon was a two-year letterwinner and started both years on the Bowling Green varsity volleyball team. She received District 7-Honorable Mention and NLL Second team her senior year. Simon was also co-captain her senior year. Personal Born June 25, 1987. Daughter of Mike and LInda Simon. She has one sister, Elizabeth, and one brother, Alex. Simon is majoring in Organizational Leadership and Supervision (OLS) and minoring in Communcation Studies. Road trip you don’t want to make? I would rather not be driving to the Dakotas...flying would be great. What are you looking forward to this season? Being in the Summit League and a chance to go to the NCAA Tournament. Any hobbies? I think my biggest hobby is staying busy. I can’t sit around and not be doing anything. So if I’m doing something, it’s probably a hobby. Whh at would you bring from your hometown to Fort Wayne? I would bring Myles Pizza because its amazing. Any plans after graduation? I would like to find a very successful job!

SIMON’S CAREER HIGHS Kills: One vs. St. Francis (PA), Sept. 2, 2006 Attempts: Two vs. St. Francis (PA), Sept. 2, 2006 Attack Pct.: .500 vs. St. Francis (PA), Sept. 2, 2006 Assists: One on three occasions Digs: Nine vs. UW–Green Bay, Oct. 29, 2006

Simon by the numbers... Year 2005 2006 Totals

GP 57 30 87

K 0 1 1

E 0 2 2

TA 1 13 14

PCT .000 –.077 –.071

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G 0.00 0.03 0.01

A 2 1 3

SA 0 0 0

DG 53 35 88

BS 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0

BE 0 0 0 26


#10 Jessica Dominiak JR - Setter Waterville, Ohio - St. Ursula Academy 2006 Season Dominiak moved to the starting setter position in her sophomore campaign. She finished the season 183rd in the nation in assists/game with 10.21. Dominiak was named Independent Setter of the Week for the week of Sept. 5th. She had seven double-doubles last season and was named to the Independent All-Academic Team. Dominiak wrapped up 2006 with 1195 assists, 22 service aces, 235 digs, and 129 kills. She hit .271, averaging 1.10 kills/game. She has been accepted into the Nursing Program. 2005 Season Dominiak stepped right into the Mastodon system in her freshman campaign. In 75 games played, she posted 182 assists, averaging 2.43 per game. Dominiak is not only a confident setter, but she attacked well, too. She was 26–9–62, posting a .274 hitting percentage and averaging 0.35 kills per game. Dominiak recorded one double-double against South Dakota State on Oct. 8, with 10 digs and 12 assists. Prep Dominiak was a three-year varsity player while at St. Ursula Academy. She has also competed in the Junior Olympic Girls Nationals for the past four years. In 2004, Dominiak was a member of the Division 1 State Championship team. Personal Born Feb. 1, 1987. Daughter of Craig and Geri Dominiak. Has one sister, Kristi. Dominiak is majoring in nursing. DOMINIAK’S CAREER HIGHS Kills: Eight vs. Duquesne, Sept. 2, 2006 Attempts: 20 vs. Ball State, Aug. 26, 2006 Attack Pct.: .833 vs. IUPUI, Nov. 3, 2006 Assists: 59 on two occasions Service Aces: Three on two occasions Digs: 18 vs. Ball State, Aug. 26, 2006 Solo Blocks: One on six occasions Block Assists: Three on three occasions Total Blocks: Four on two occasions

What are you looking forward to this season? I am looking forward to actually playing in a conference. It will be exciting to compete against teams the whole season knowing that we could go on to the NCAA tournament. Any hobbies? Nope, not really, but I am willing to give anything a try. Favorite Movies? Princess Bride and anything Disney. I hate scary movies!

Dominiak by the numbers... Year 2005 2006 Totals

GP 75 117 192

K 26 129 155

E 9 37 46

TA 62 339 401

PCT .274 .271 .272

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G 0.35 1.10 0.81

A 182 1195 1377

SA 10 22 32

DG 71 235 306

BS 1 5 6

BA 8 33 41

BE 1 8 9 27


#11 Kylee Hervey JR - Outside Hitter Indianapolis, Ind. - Pike 2006 Season Hervey saw action in nine matches in her sophomore campaign. She finished the season with 14 kills, averaging 0.78/game. At the net, Hervey added four block assists, averaging 0.22 blocks/game. Hervey had three personal bests against Chicago State in 2006, 7 kills, 5 assists, and three block assists. She hit a .312 against the Cougars, just below her personal best of .333 against Murray State in 2005. 2005 Season Hervey saw action in 24 games in her freshman campaign. She connected for 30 kills and averaged 1.25 kills/game. Defensively, she dug up 13 balls and recorded seven block assists in her limited play time. Hervey hit a personal best .333 against Murray State in 2005. Prep While at Pike High School, Hervey excelled in the classroom and on the court. Academically, she was on the honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society. On the court, she played outside for Head Coach Andy Cox and was named a scholar-athlete and distinguished athlete. Personal Born July 23, 1986. Daughter of Steve and Cynthia Hervey. Has one sister, Kristina. Hervey is majoring in psychology. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? I would go to France to meet my cousins for the first time. Any road trips you don’t want to make? I love road trips. I love to spend quality time with my teammates for endless hours on trips. Any superstitions or pre-game rituals? I listen to music and pray before every match. I also have to chew Lebron’s Lightning Lemonade bubble HERVEY’S CAREER HIGHS gum during warm-up. Kills: Seven on three occasions Attempts: 28 vs. Belmont, Sept. 23, 2005 Attack Pct.: .333 vs. Murray State, Sept. 10, 2005 Assists: Five vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006 Digs: Four vs. Chicago State, Sept. 6, 2005 Block Assists: Three vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006 Total Blocks: Three vs. Chicago State, Oct. 8, 2006

What are you looking forward to this season? Winning. Favorite Fortt Wayne restaurant? Biaggi’s at Jefferson Pointe.

Hervey by the numbers... Year 2005 2006 Totals

GP 24 18 42

K 30 14 44

E 22 13 35

TA 94 45 139

PCT .085 .022 .065

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G 1.25 0.78 1.05

A 1 5 6

SA 0 0 0

DG 13 1 14

BS 0 0 0

BA 7 4 11

BE 0 2 2 28


#15 Jessica Miller JR - Middle Hitter/Opposite Fort Wayne, Ind. - Concordia 2006 Season Miller continues to excel at opposite for IPFW. Miller saw action in all 36 of IPFW’s matches. She finished 2006 third on the team in kills with 328, averaging 2.56/game and a hitting percentage with .263. Defensively, Miller added nine block solos and 84 block assists, averaging 0.73 blocks/game. She added 105 digs, with an average of 0.82 per game. She was named to the All-Tournament Teams at the Michigan/Nike Invitational and UVSC/LaQuinta Invitational. Miller had one double-double in 2006 against New Hampshire.

2005 Season Miller made an instant impact in her freshman season, connecting for 201 kills with a .215 hitting percentage. She averaged 1.88 kills/game. Miller was third on the team in total blocks with 80 (12 solos and 68 assists). Prep While at Concordia High, Miller was named to the All–SAC Team, twice; First Team All-State, twice; and received the 2004 Glass Spike Award. Academically, she was awarded the Physical Education Award. Personal Born Aug. 26, 1986. Daughter of Richard and Janet Miller. She has one sister, Christine, who also played volleyball at IPFW. Miller is majoring in interior design. Miller completed a two-week study abroad in interior design in Rome during the summer 2007. MILLER’S CAREER HIGHS Kills: 19 vs. Weber State, Sept. 9, 2006 Attempts: 41 on two occasions Attack Pct.: .545 vs. DePaul, Aug. 27, 2005 Assists: Four on two occasions Service Aces: Three on three occasions Digs: 11 ontwo occasions Solo Blocks: Three vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 9, 2005 Block Assists: Eight vs. Oral Roberts, Sept. 9, 2006 Total Blocks: Eight vs. Oral Roberts, Sept. 9, 2006

Any superstitions or pre-game rituals? No, I just calm myself down and focus; although some of my teammates have many. Best memory of the 2006 season? Beating North Dakota State in the Independent Championship...just watch the tape. Favorite Fort Wayne restaaurant? Takaoka of Japan. The cooks amuse me.

Miller by the numbers... Year 2005 2006 Totals

GP 107 128 235

K 201 328 529

E 92 118 210

TA 506 798 1304

PCT .215 .263 .245

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G 1.88 2.56 2.25

A 20 20 40

SA 23 18 41

DG 83 105 188

BS 12 9 21

BA 68 84 152

BE 11 14 25

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#1 Shannon Reuter SO - Setter - Tiffin, Ohio - Tiffin Columbian 2006 Season Reuter saw action in 30 matches in her freshman campaign at IPFW as the back-up setter. She had 388 assists, averaging 5.62/game. She averaged 1.38 digs/game. Reuter had doubledoubles in three matches last season against Chicago State, Butler and Wright State. Prep Reuter sat out her senior year due to an injury but excelled in the three years prior. She was a varsity letterwinner for three years at Tiffin Columbian. She was named to the First Team AllDistrict 6 in 2003 and 2004 and was District 6 Player-of-the-Year in 2004. She was named First Team All-Northern Ohio League in 2003 and 2004. In the Premier Volleyball Club, she received the Golden Hands Award in 2004, Outstanding Junior Award in 2005, and “Gain the Respect” Award in 2006. Academically, Reuter was on the honor roll all four years, a scholar-athlete and a member of the National Honor Society. Personal Born Aug. 9, 1988. Daughter of Jim and Gina Reuter. She has one sister, Jamie. Reuter is majoring in Spanish.

Reuter by the numbers... Year 2006 Totals

GP 69 69

K 14 14

E 8 8

TA 53 53

PCT .113 .113

K/G A 0.20 388 0.20 388

SA 8 8

DG 95 95

BS 2 2

BA 11 11

BE 1 1

#6 Rebekah Roehm SO - MH - Willshire, Ohio - Parkway 2006 Season Roehm made an instant impact in her first season as a Mastodon. Roehm finished the season nationally ranked in aces (0.35/game, 273rd) and hitting percentage (.279, 264th). She averaged 2.33 kills/game (fourth on the team) and led the Dons in hitting percentage and service aces. She had 291 kills in her freshman campaign and saw action in all 36 matches. She added 44 service aces, 17 block solos, and 90 block assists. Roehm was named to the All-Tournament Team at the IPFW Invitational; Newcomer of the Week, three times; Tournament MVP of the Independent Championships; and Honorable Mention AllIndependent Team. Prep Roehm was a member of the state runner-up Parkway High team. She was named to the First Team MAC All-Conference and First Team All-Ohio and was District 8 Player of the Year. She is a McDonald’s scholar-athlete. She holds three school records at Parkway: kills, blocks, and hitting percentage. Academically, she is a member of the National Honor Society and was in the Top 10 percent of her class. She took home three academic awards: business, history, and science. Personal Born Aug. 12, 1988. Daughter of Roland and Teresa Roehm. She has five sisters: Holly, Andrea, Jessica, Kaitlin, and Haley, and one brother, Robert. Roehm is majoring in Organizational Leadership and Supervision (OLS).

Roehm by the numbers... Year 2006 Totals

GP 125 125

K E 291 85 291 85

TA 739 739

PCT .279 .279

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

K/G A 2.33 24 2.33 24

SA 44 44

DG 96 96

BS 17 17

BA 90 90

BE 4 4 30


#13 Jamie Schwartz SO - Libero - Decatur, Ind. - Adams Central 2006 Season Schwartz made huge improvements in her first season at IPFW. She saw action in 31 matches, averaging 2.13 digs/game. Schwartz added 13 service aces and 18 assists. Schwartz had a personal best of 13 digs against North Dakota State in 2006. Known for her quickness, she made a smooth transition to the collegiate scene. Prep Schwartz was a two sport athlete at Adams Central. In volleyball, she was a member of the state finalist team in 2004 and 2006 and was named to the First Team All-State in 2006. Schwartz was also named to the Indiana All-Star Team in 2006. She set a new school record in assists in 2006. In the ACAC, she was named to the All-Conference Team in 2005 and 2006, All-Conference Honorable Mention in 2004, and Academic All-Conference in 2006. She also received the Jet Award. In basketball, Schwartz set the school steals record and received the HEART Award in 2004 and 2006. In the ACAC, she was named to the All-Conference Honorable Mention Team in 2005, All-Conference Team in 2004 and 2006, and Academic All-Conference in 2006. Schwartz was also on the honor roll at Adams Central. Personal Born May 25, 1987. Daughter of Matt and Shelly Schwartz. She has one sister, Jeana, and two brothers, Jarod and Josh. Schwartz is majoring in nursing.

Schwartz by the numbers... Year 2006 Totals

GP 98 98

K 5 5

E 14 14

TA 60 60

PCT K/G A –.150 0.05 18 –.150 0.05 18

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

SA 13 13

DG 209 209

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

BE 0 0

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#2 Stephanie Lamberti FR - Outside Hitter - Clinton Twp., Mich. - L’anse Creuse Prep Lamberti assisted her team to the Final Four at the Michigan state tournament her sophomore year and to the Final Eight in her senior season. She was named to Third Team All-State, First Team All-Count, First Team AllLeague, and First Team All-Region. She participated in the Junior Olympics in both 2005 and 2006 for Michigan Elite Volleyball Club. She was the MVP of her team her senior year and team captain both her junior and senior years. Academically, Lamberti was on the All-Academic Team and on the honor roll for three years. Personal Born Aug. 3, 1989. Daughter of Kenneth and DIane Lamberti. She has two brothers, Matthew and Joshua. Lamberti is majoring in secondary education.

#7 Taryn Parker FR - Middle Hitter - Alto, Mich. - Caledonia Prep Parker helped her Far Out Volleyball Club Team to a fifth place finish at 2007 Nationals. In her senior season at Caledonia, she was named All-Conference (OK Gold), All-Region, and Second Team All-State. As a junior, she earned First Team All-Conference and All-Region honors and was named Honorable Mention All-State for Caledonia High School. Parker is a three-sport athlete, also playing basketball and soccer with a GPA better than a 4.0. She was on the honor roll and graduated fourth in her class. Personal Born May 11, 1989. Daughter of Brian and Linda Parker. She has two brothers, Tyler and Troy. Parker is majoring in graphic design.

#12 MAYARA SCHLINDWEIN FR - Outside Hitter - NOVA PETROPOLIS, BRAZIL COLEGIO CENECISTA FREDERICO MICHAELSEN Prep Schlindwein graduated from Colegio Cenecista Frederico Michaelsen in 2006. She was named the MVP of the Caxias Tournament. Personal Born June 12, 1989. She is the daughter of Milton Schlindwein and Leoni Dalferth. Schlindwein is undecided on her major at IPFW.

#14 Jordan Staus FR - Middle Hitter - Peru, Ill. - Lasalle-Peru Prep Staus capped off a successful high school campaign being named the LaSalle-Peru NewsTribune Volleyball Player of the Year for 2007. Staus led LaSalle-Peru last season in blocks, with 194 and is second in kills with 357. She was also a force in the back row with 124 digs her senior season. For her career, she had 770 kills and 394 total blocks. Staus was the first player at LaSalle-Peru to have a triple-double in kills, blocks, and points. She was a unanimous All–NCIC (North Central Illinois Conference) Reagan Division First Team in 2006 and 2007. Staus was the team MVP in 2006 and 2007, Peoria Journal Star Honorable Mention All-Area and Champaign Gazette Honorable Mention All-State in 2007. Staus excelled in the classroom as well. She was on the honor roll and a member of the High Scholarship Legion. Personal Born Dec. 27, 1988. Staus is the daughter of Duane and Sue Staus. She has one sister, Taylor. Staus is majoring in secondary education with an emphasis on social science. 2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

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2006 Match Results Overall: 26–10 Date Aug 25 Aug 26 Aug 26 Aug 29 Sept 1 Sept 1 Sept 2 Sept 2 Sept 5 Sept 8 Sept 9 Sept 9 Sept 12 Sept 15 Sept 16 Sept 16 Sept 19 Sept 22 Sept 22 Sept 23 Sept 23 Oct 3 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 11 Oct 14 Oct 17 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 26 Oct 29 Oct 31 Nov 3 Nov 10 Nov 10 Nov 11

Home: 8–3

Opponent vs. Michigan State # @ Ball State # vs. Xavier # Western Michigan vs. Delaware State $ @ Robert Morris $ vs. St. Francis Pa. $ @ Duquesne $ Toledo vs. Oral Roberts @ vs. Weber State @ @ Utah Valley State @ @ #15 Ohio State @ #22 Michigan % vs. Rice % vs. New Hampshire % @ Northern Illinois Texas Pan American ^ South Dakota State ^ Robert Morris ^ North Florida ^ @ Eastern Michigan North Dakota State @ Chicago State @ Akron Buffalo Bowling Green State @ Valparaiso @ Central Michigan @ Butler UW–Green Bay @ Wright State IUPUI vs. Texas Pan American ! @ North Dakota State ! vs. Utah Valley State !

Score L, 1–3 L, 1–3 L, 0–3 L, 1–3 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 W, 3–2 W, 3–0 L, 0–3 W, 3–2 L, 1–3 L, 0–3 L, 0–3 W, 3–2 W, 3–1 W, 3–2 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 L, 1–3 W, 3–1 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 L, 1–3 W, 3–0 W, 3–2 W, 3–1 W, 3–0 W, 3–0 W, 3–1 W, 3–1 W, 3–2 W, 3–1

Away: 11–4 Score–by–game 30–28,23–30,20–30,13–30 31–33,31–33,30–26,20–30 15–30,23–30,25–30 24–30,30–28,25–30,24–30 30–16,30–22,30–22 30–27,30–28,32–30 30–19,30–21,30–27 28–30,30–22,30–13,23–30,15–8 30–23,30–22,30–23 24–30,27–30,29–31 24–30,30–27,30–28,31–33,15–13 25–30,29–31,30–25,18–30 12–30,25–30,26–30 22–30,26–30,22–30 30–24,30–22,28–30,27–30,15–12 25–30,30–19,31–29,30–24 26–30,30–23,21–30,30–20,15–13 30–27,30–15,30–22 30–18,30–26,30–23 30–25,30–23,30–21 30–17,30–26,30–18 30–25,37–35,30–15 24–30,30–23,25–30,30–32 30–24,30–18,24–30,30–1 30–26,30–20,31–29 30–12,30–22,30–25 25–30,28–30,30–21,26–30 30–25,30–25,30–22 31–33,30–24,28–30,30–26,15–9 30–24,24–30,30–21,30–24 30–16,30–22,30–26 30–24,30–20,30–23 21–30,30–17,30–28,30–28 26–30,30–23,30–23,30–18 30–27,30–26,17–30,25–30,21–19 30–24,27–30,30–19,30–26

Neutral: 7–3 Record 0–1 0–2 0–3 0–4 1–4 2–4 3–4 4–4 5–4 5–5 6–5 6–6 6–7 6–8 7–8 8–8 9–8 10–8 11–8 12–8 13–8 14–8 14–9 15–9 16–9 17–9 17–10 18–10 19–10 20–10 21–10 22–10 23–10 24–10 25–10 26–10

# – Ball State Nike/Active Ankle Weekend $ – Omni William Penn Duquesne/RMU Invitational @ – Utah Valley State/LaQuinta Invitational % – Michigan/Nike Tournament ^ – IPFW Volleyball Tournament ! – Independent Tournament hosted by North Dakota State

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2006 Individual Statistics ## Name 6 Rebekah Roehm 10 Jessica Dominiak 15 Jessica Miller 4 Claire Jackson 7 Amanda Pfister 8 Cynara Martins 5 Patricia Azevedo 3 Peachy Jankowski 1 Shannon Reuter 2 Nicole Howell 11 Kylee Hervey 9 Christine Simon 13 Jamie Schwartz IPFW Opponents

GP–MP–MS 125–36–32 117–33–30 128–36–32 125–36–34 126–36–28 127–35–33 63–29–4 132–36–2 69–30–6 94–29–13 18–9–1 30–16–0 98–31–2 132–36–36 132–36–36

## Name 6 Rebekah Roehm 10 Jessica Dominiak 15 Jessica Miller 4 Claire Jackson 7 Amanda Pfister 8 Cynara Martins 5 Patricia Azevedo 3 Peachy Jankowski 1 Shannon Reuter 2 Nicole Howell 11 Kylee Hervey 9 Christine Simon 13 Jamie Schwartz TEAM IPFW Opponents

G 125 117 128 125 126 127 63 132 69 94 18 30 98 132 132

|–––––––––––ATTACK–––––––––––| K K/Game E TA Pct 291 2.33 85 739 .279 129 1.10 37 339 .271 328 2.56 118 798 .263 228 1.82 75 613 .250 350 2.78 121 1069 .214 410 3.23 172 1202 .198 90 1.43 46 261 .169 6 0.05 1 39 .128 14 0.20 8 53 .113 116 1.23 75 477 .068 14 0.78 13 45 .022 1 0.03 2 13 –.077 5 0.05 14 60 –.150 1982 15.02 767 5708 .213 1877 14.22 928 5790 .164

|––––RECEPT––––| RE TA Pct 2 34 .941 1 2 .500 3 15 .800 6 12 .500 26 402 .935 28 822 .966 2 27 .926 43 758 .943 0 2 1.000 16 380 .958 0 2 1.000 4 39 .897 14 220 .936 17 162 2818 .943 190 3047 .938

|–––––––––SET––––––––––| A A/Game TA Pct 24 0.19 125 .192 1195 10.21 2487 .480 20 0.16 102 .196 22 0.18 85 .259 22 0.17 190 .116 45 0.35 334 .135 5 0.08 36 .139 47 0.36 465 .101 388 5.62 713 .544 14 0.15 164 .085 5 0.28 5 1.000 1 0.03 9 .111 18 0.18 172 .105 1806 13.68 4887 .370 1750 13.26 5032 .348

|–––DIG–––| DIG Dig/G 96 0.77 235 2.01 105 0.82 42 0.34 236 1.87 444 3.50 37 0.59 742 5.62 95 1.38 242 2.57 1 0.06 35 1.17 209 2.13

BS 17 5 9 48 9 4 2 0 2 3 0 0 0

2519 2566

99 77

19.08 19.44

|––––––––––SERVE––––––––––| SA SA/Gm SE TA Pct 44 0.35 57 512 .889 22 0.19 26 470 .945 18 0.14 15 232 .935 0 0.00 1 9 .889 10 0.08 36 315 .886 20 0.16 44 487 .910 4 0.06 13 44 .705 31 0.23 53 530 .900 8 0.12 10 131 .924 20 0.21 28 315 .911 0 0.00 0 1 1.000 0 0.00 1 7 .857 13 0.13 23 285 .919 190 1.44 307 3338 .908 162 1.23 319 3124 .898

|––––––––BLOCKING–––––––––| BA Total B/Game 90 107 0.86 33 38 0.32 84 93 0.73 106 154 1.23 43 52 0.41 54 58 0.46 18 20 0.32 0 0 0.00 11 13 0.19 10 13 0.14 4 4 0.22 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 453 427

325.5 290.5

2.47 2.20

BE 4 8 14 9 3 4 3 0 1 2 2 0 0

BHE 4 31 0 7 0 2 3 3 7 0 2 0 0

POINTS 397.0 172.5 397.0 329.0 390.5 461.0 105.0 37.0 29.5 144.0 16.0 1.0 18.0

50 66

59 72

2497.5 2329.5

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2006 Category Leaders 8 7 15 6 4 10 2 5 11 1 3 13 9

KILL (by K) Cynara Martins Amanda Pfister Jessica Miller Rebekah Roehm Claire Jackson Jessica Dominiak Nicole Howell Patricia Azevedo Kylee Hervey Shannon Reuter Peachy Jankowski Jamie Schwartz Christine Simon

G 127 126 128 125 125 117 94 63 18 69 132 98 30

K 410 350 328 291 228 129 116 90 14 14 6 5 1

K/Game 3.23 2.78 2.56 2.33 1.82 1.10 1.23 1.43 0.78 0.20 0.05 0.05 0.03

10 1 3 8 6 7 4 15 13 2 11 5 9

SET (by A) Jessica Dominiak Shannon Reuter Peachy Jankowski Cynara Martins Rebekah Roehm Amanda Pfister Claire Jackson Jessica Miller Jamie Schwartz Nicole Howell Kylee Hervey Patricia Azevedo Christine Simon

G 117 69 132 127 125 126 125 128 98 94 18 63 30

A 1195 388 47 45 24 22 22 20 18 14 5 5 1

A/Game 10.21 5.62 0.36 0.35 0.19 0.17 0.18 0.16 0.18 0.15 0.28 0.08 0.03

3 8 2 7 10 13 15 6 1 4 5 9 11

DEFENSE (by Dig) Peachy Jankowski Cynara Martins Nicole Howell Amanda Pfister Jessica Dominiak Jamie Schwartz Jessica Miller Rebekah Roehm Shannon Reuter Claire Jackson Patricia Azevedo Christine Simon Kylee Hervey

G 132 127 94 126 117 98 128 125 69 125 63 30 18

DIG 742 444 242 236 235 209 105 96 95 42 37 35 1

Dig/G 5.62 3.50 2.57 1.87 2.01 2.13 0.82 0.77 1.38 0.34 0.59 1.17 0.06

8 6 15 7 4 10 2 5 3 1 13 11 9

POINTS (by Points) Cynara Martins Rebekah Roehm Jessica Miller Amanda Pfister Claire Jackson Jessica Dominiak Nicole Howell Patricia Azevedo Peachy Jankowski Shannon Reuter Jam,ie Schwartz Kylee Hervey Christine Simon

G 127 125 128 126 125 117 94 63 132 69 98 18 30

Points 461.0 397.0 397.0 390.5 329.0 172.5 144.0 105.0 37.0 29.5 18.0 16.0 1.0

TA 2487 713 465 334 125 190 85 102 172 164 5 36 9 BHE 3 2 0 0 31 0 0 4 7 7 3 0 2

8 7 15 6 4 10 2 5 11 1 3 13 9

ATTACK (by K) Cynara Martins Amanda Pfister Jessica Miller Rebekah Roehm Claire Jackson Jessica Dominiak Nicole Howell Patricia Azevedo Kylee Hervey Shannon Reuter Peachy Jankowski Jamie Schwartz Christine Simon

G 127 126 128 125 125 117 94 63 18 69 132 98 30

K 410 350 328 261 228 129 116 90 14 14 6 5 1

K/Game 3.23 2.78 2.56 2.33 1.872 1.10 1.23 1.43 0.78 0.20 0.05 0.05 0.03

E 172 121 118 85 75 37 75 46 13 8 1 14 2

TA 1202 1069 798 739 613 339 477 261 45 53 39 60 13

Pct .198 .214 .263 .279 .250 .271 .086 .169 .022 .113 .128 –.150 –.077

4 6 15 8 7 10 5 1 2 11 13 3

BLOCK (by Total) Claire Jackson Rebekah Roehm Jessica Miller Cynara Martins Amanda Pfister Jessica Dominiak Patricia Azevedo Shannon Reuter Nicole Howell Kylee Hervey Jamie Schwartz Peachy Jankowski

G 125 125 128 127 126 117 63 69 94 18 98 132

BS 48 17 9 4 9 5 2 2 3 0 0 0

BA 106 90 84 54 43 33 18 11 10 4 0 0

Total 154.0 107.0 93.0 58.0 52.0 38.0 20.0 13.0 13.0 4.0 0.0 0.0

B/Game 1.23 0.86 0.73 0.46 0.41 0.32 0.32 0.19 0.14 0.22 0.00 0.00

BE 9 4 14 4 3 8 3 1 2 2 0 0

6 3 10 8 2 15 13 7 1 5 11 4 9

SERVE (by SA) Rebekah Roehm Peachy Jankowski Jessica Dominiak Cynara Martins Nicole Howell Jessica Miller Jamie Schwartz Amanda Pfister Shannon Reuter Patricia Azevedo Kylee Hervey Claire Jackson Christine Simon

G 125 132 117 127 94 128 98 126 69 63 18 125 30

SA 44 31 22 20 20 18 13 10 8

SE 57 53 26 44 28 15 23 36 10 13 0 1 1

TA 512 530 470 487 315 232 285 315 131 44 1 9 7

Pct .889 .900 .945 .910 .911 .935 .919 .886 .924 .705 1.000 .889 .857

SA/G 0.35 0.23 0.19 0.16 0.21 0.14 0.13 0.08 0.12 0.06 0.00 0.00 0.00

0 0 0

Pts/G 3.63 3.18 3.10 3.10 2.63 1.47 1.53 1.67 0.28 0.42 0.18 0.89 0.03

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All-Time Records TEAM RECORDS FOR A SEASON Most matches: 48 Fewest matches: 27 Longest winning streak: 16 Longest losing streak: 6 Most wins: 34 Fewest wins: 13 Most losses: 19 Fewest losses: 4 Highest winning percentage: .882 Lowest winning percentage: .481 Most kills: 1,982 Fewest kills: 1,174 Most attack errors: 810 Fewest attack errors: 563 Most total attempts: 5,708 Fewest total attempts: 3,216 Highest attack percentage: .254 Lowest attack percentage: .130 Most assists: 1,806 Fewest assists: 1,155 Most service aces: 408 Fewest service aces: 173 Most service errors: 403 Fewest service errors: 179 Most digs: 2,810 Fewest digs: 1,159 Most block solos: 430 Fewest block solos: 53 Most block assists: 653 Fewest block assists: 121 Most blocking errors: 374 50 Fewest b locking errors:

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS KILLS Career: 2,305 Fabiana Souza (2002–05) Season: 621 Fabiana Souza (2004) Match: 36 Laura Douglas (vs. Lewis, 2000)

(1984) (2001) (1986, ’96) (1982) (1984) (2001) (1981) (1986) (1986) (2001) (2006) (1981) (2003) (1989) (2006) (1989) (1984) (1981) (2006) (1985) (1984) (2005) (1995) (2001) (1984) (1989) (1986) (2001) (1984) (1988) (1987) (2006)

HITTING PERCENTAGE Career: .361 Season: .400 *Match: .846

BLOCK SOLOS Career: Season: Match:

414 133 10

Conette Saylor (1981–84) Conette Saylor (1984) Claire Jackson (vs. Delaware State,, 2006)

Julie Hefty (1984–87) Julie Hefty (1986) Lisa Zehr (vs. Lewis, 1985)

BLOCK ASSISTS Career: 373 Season: 151 Match: 11

Claire Jackson (2003–06) Julie Hefty (1984) Julie Hefty (vs. Lewis, 1984)

DIGS Career: Season: Match:

1,625 742 34

Laura Douglas (1997–00) Peachy Jankow w ski (2006) Peachy Jankowski (vs. NDSU, 2006)

SERVICE ACES Career: Season: Match:

247 86 9

Lisa Sheehan (1981–84) Lisa Sheehan (1983, ’84) Kris Wilder (vs. Bellarmine, 1990)

ASSISTS Career: Season: Match:

5,658 1,659 84

Tami Isch (1997–00) Tami Isch (1998) Tami Isch (vs. Lewis, 2000)

* Minimum three attempts per game.

TEAM RECORDS FOR A MATCH Most kills: Most attack errors: Most total attempts: Highest attack percentage: Most assists: Most service aces: Most service errors: Most digs: Most block solos: Most block assists: Most blocking errors:

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(vs. Lewis, 2000) (vs. Ball State, 1987) (vs. Ball State, 1987) (vs. Kentucky State, 1989) (vs. Lewis, 2000) (vs. Taylor, 1984; Mt. St. Joseph’s 1984) (vs. Quincy, 1995; Lewis, 1995) (vs. Norr th Dakota State, 2006) (vs. Butler, 1985) (vs. Lewis, 1984) (vs. Butler, 1985)

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All-Time Letter Winners A Gretchen Albersmeyer 1985–88

Julie Gray Lori Gray Amy Grove

1980 1980–83 1999–02

B April Baer Elly Bahlman Lindi Bankowski Danielle Berlien Courtney Boissenet Amber Borne Lindsay Brammer Janet Braun Deanna Brown Jami Brown Karen Brown Rachel Brown Katie Bruening Amy Brunow Judy Brunow

1991–95 2005 2001–04 1992 1999–00 1994–95 2001–04 1981–83 1999–01 1988–89 1996–97 1997–99 1997 1981 1981

H Shari Hanna Shelly Harper Holly Hartley Sharon Hauk Angela Haywood Julie Hefty Kim Heiman Lisa Hendricks Sue Hendricks Keri Herdman Kylee Hervey Cindy Horn Nicole Howell Julie Huber Beth Huffman

1986–89 1978 1996–97 1982 1986–87 1984–87 1978–81 1992 1980–83 1993–96 2005– 1982–85 2003–06 1989–92 1983

2003–04 1987 1994–97 2004– 1985 1981 2000 2001–02 1985–87 2001 1976 1999–01 2005– 2000 1982–83 1999

N Sara Noll

1985–88

1999 1991 1981 2004 1992 1983 1980 1992, 94–95

I Tami Isch

1997–00

J Claire Jackson Peachy Jankowski Jodi Johnson Erin Jones

2003–06 2004– 1985 1988–89

Julie Parrot Karen Parsley Amanda Pfister Laura Pierson Janna Plummer Janelle Pollard Amy Polvado Dottie Porch Lea Powers Linda Przeniczny

1993–96 1976 2003–06 1985–87 1988–91 2001–04 1992–93 1994–97 1976 1980

D Cherise Dixie Jessica Dominiak Laura Douglas Jan Dowling Mary Drake

1986,88–90

K

2005– 1997–00 1978–80 1980

Kristie Kelly Jan Kiel Starr Kleeberg Sally Klotz Beth Koester

1984–85 1976 1989–90 1978–80 1978

E Kris Espy

1983–86

L

1976 1997

Carol LaMarr Laura Lawson Sarah Leffers Monica Liette Erika Leitzke Lisa Linn Amy Luben Jill Lyon

F Cheryll Field Stephanie Freel

G Carla Geradot Carla Gierhan Debbie Glassley Kristin Gorsline

Denise Scheumann Jodi Schnelker Lisa Schultz Jamie Schwartz Katie Shank Linda Shank Kim Shroyer Lisa Sheehan Christine Simon Joni Smith Shannon Smith Kirsta Solberg Donna Sommers Fabiana Souza Brenda St. Peters Kathy Stahlhut Leslie Stamets Tammy Stanutz Kim Steiner Chris Stone Temple Swoverland

1988–91 1997–99 1995 2006– 1981 1983–84 1982–83 1981–84 2005– 1985–88 1992–93 2000–03 1983 2002–05 1976 1982 1996 1976 1983–84 1981 1989–91

P

C Sarah Calhoun Bonnie Cannell Connie Chovan Jenny Cole Michelle Conley Lori Conn Beth Christman Cathy Culp

Kristin Mann Sandy Mansfield Tiffany Martin Cynara Martins Tina McCowan Cheryl McKinney Zehra Mecuk Melissa Meinhart Joyce Meyers Chrissy Miller Jeannie Miller Jenny Miller Jessica Miller Mindy Mills Beth Minner Nicole Myre

1984–87 1996 1976 1988–91

1991–92 1996–97 2000–03 1995 2005 1978 1994–97 1990–93

M Kathy Malfait

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T Heather Teagarden 1992–95 Joy Thayer 1990–91 Star Trahin 1995–97

V Pam Van Houten Pam Van Houten Becky VanSkyock Wendy Vander Wilt

1976 1976 1985 1988–91

R Adrienne Raupfer Nicole Ray Linda Rehm Laura Rehm Andi Reichart Amy Reidenbach Shannon Reuter Angie Robbins Rebekah Roehm Nancy Rorick Julie Rosswurm Mary Rosswurm Ashlee Roth

1996–97 2000–03 1976 1976–78 1994–97 1992–95 2006– 1996 2006– 1980 1978 1976 2002–05

Sherrie Walters Beth Watson Allison Warkentien

Tiffaney Weisser Kris Wilder Jo Witte Andrea Woodcock

1984–85 1978 2002 1999 1987–90 1980–81 1993–95

Y Judy Yagodinski

1984–87

Z

S Connette Saylor Clara Schortgen Rose Schortgen Amy Scheumann

W

1981–84 1981–84 1986 1990, ’93

Lisa Zehr Vicky Zook

1985–88 1976

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2006 Mid-Con* Review 2006 Final Standings Institution Oral Roberts Valparaiso Western Illinois IUPUI UMKC Centenary Oakland

W 11 9 9 7 4 2 0

Conference L 1 3 3 5 8 10 12

2006 Mid–Con Volleyball Championship Tulsa, OK–Nov. 17 and 18–Cooper Aerobics Center Friday, Nov. 17 #3 Valparaiso 3, #2 Western Illinois 2, #1 Oral Roberts 3, #4 IUPUI 1 Saturday, Nov. 18 #1 Oral Roberts 3, #2 Valparaiso 2

2006 NCAA Tournament Fayetteville, Ark.–Dec. 1–Barnhill Arena Friday, Dec. 1 #13 Oklahoma 3, Oral Roberts 0

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Pct. .917 .750 .750 .583 .333 .167 .000

W 26 23 14 12 7 12 1

Overall L 9 12 15 20 23 24 25

2006 Mid–Con Players of the Week Offensive

Defensive

Aug. 28 Jessie Fox, VALPO Sept. 5 Ori Zuzic, ORU Sept. 11 Ashley Baker, WIU Thais Parada, ORU Sept. 18 Ori Zuzic, ORU Sept. 25 Ori Zuzic, ORU Oct. 2 Patty Melinauskas, WIU Oct. 9 Jackie Oliveira, ORU Oct. 16 Ori Zuzic, ORU Oct. 23 Devika Bellamy, IUPUI Oct. 30 Devika Bellamy, IUPUI Ori Zuzic, ORU Nov. 6 Nicole Schulz, VALPO Nov. 13. Nicole Schulz, VALPO

Aug. 28 Sept. 5 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Brittany Marks, VALPO Lauren Fielding, CC Jennifer Alexander, WIU Cris Alves, ORU Danielle Bochat, CC Cris Alves, ORU Erin Frick, WIU Cris Alves, ORU Jennifer Alexander, WIU Lauren Fielding, CC Jennifer Alexander, WIU Patty Melinauskas, WIU

Institution Abbreviations Centenary College–CC IUPUI–IUPUI Oakland–OU Oral Roberts–ORU

Jennifer Alexander, WIU Devika Bellamy, IUPUI Danijela Novakovic, ORU Thais Parada, ORU Angie Porche, VALPO Nicole Schulz, VALPO Ori Zuzic, ORU, MVP

Pct. .743 .657 .483 .375 .233 .333 .038

University of Missouri Kansas City–UMKC Western Illinois–WIU Valparaiso–VALPO

* The Mid-Continent Conference changed its name to thee Summit League in 2007. IPFW became a member of the Summit League in July 2007. 2006 Mid–Con Volleyball All–Conference Teams

First Team Jennifer Alexander, WIU Cris Alves, ORU Ashley Baker, WIU Devika Bellamy, IUPUI Angie Porche, VALPO Kim Snow, ORU Ori Zuzic, ORU

Second Team Jessie Fox, VALPO Brittany Marks, VALPO Patty Melinauskas, WIU Carol Newell, IUPUI Jackie Oliveira, ORU Thais Parada, ORU Nicole Schulz, VALPO

All-Freshman Team Val Bollenbacher, VALPO Lauren Fielding, CC Erin Frick, WIU Danielle Goodnight, IUPUI Caitlin Koenig, UMKC Angie Porcher, VALPO Monica Suding, IUPUI

Co-Players of the Year Ashley Baker, WIU Ori Zuzic, ORU

Defensive Player of the Year Cris Alves, ORU

Freshman of the Year Angie Porche, VALPO

Setter of the Year Thais Parada, ORU

Coach of the Year Sheera Siorla, ORU

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2006 Mid-Con* Statistics Team Statistics 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

KILLS Valparaiso Oral Roberts Western Illinois IUPUI UMKC Centenary Oakland

G 126 127 104 110 103 120 89

K 2070 2015 1506 1502 1178 1334 849

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

ASSISTS Valparaiso Oral Roberts Western Illinois IUPUI UMKC Centenary Oakland

G 126 127 104 110 103 120 89

A 1928 1841 1369 1400 1178 1334 849

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

SERVICE ACES Oral Roberts Centenary IUPUI Valparaiso Western Illinois UMKC Oakland

G 127 120 110 126 104 103 89

SA 233 210 186 186 153 148 121

K/Game 16.43 15.87 14.48 13.65 11.44 11.12 9.54

1, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

HITTING PERCENTAGE Oral Roberts Valparaiso Western Illinois IUPUI UMKC Centenary Oakland

G 127 126 104 110 103 120 89

K 2015 2070 1506 1502 1266 1436 938

E 695 834 591 780 752 892 708

TA 5200 5179 4394 4482 3842 4729 3436

Pct .254 .239 .208 .161 .134 .115 .067

A/Game 15.30 14.50 13.16 12.73 11.44 11.12 9.54

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

BLOCKS Oral Roberts Western Illinois Valparaiso UMKC Centenary Oakland IUPUI

G 127 104 126 103 120 89 110

BS 73 38 54 51 40 29 43

BA 550 432 446 293 369 271 282

Total 348.0 254.0 277.0 197.5 224.5 164.5 184.0

B/Game 2.74 2.44 2.20 1.92 1.87 1.85 1.67

SA/G 1.83 1.75 1.69 1.48 1.47 1.44 1.36

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

DIGS Western Illinois Oral Roberts IUPUI Valparaiso Centenary UMKC Oakland

G 104 127 110 126 120 103 89

DIGS 1937 1875 1875 2106 1948 1453 1255

DIGS/G 18.62 17.28 17.05 16.71 16.23 14.11 14.10

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

KILLS Ori Zuzic Angie Porche Nicole Schulz Ashley Baker Carol Newell Devika Bellamy Allison Sears Angela Melka Jessica Fox Jackie Oliveira

Team ORU VALPO VALPO WIU IUPUI IUPUI VALPO UMKC VALPO ORU

G 127 122 119 94 110 96 123 78 126 81

K 611 480 443 326 359 307 373 236 369 229

K/G 4.81 3.93 3.72 3.47 3.26 3.20 3.03 3.03 2.93 2.83

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

HITTING PERCENTAGE Ashley Baker Nicole Schulz Kim Snow Maja Devic Jackie Oliveira Thais Parada Jessie Fox Angie Porche Jacqui Wood Devika Bellamy

Team WIU VALPO ORU ORU ORU ORU VALPO VALPO UMKC IUPUI

G 94 119 123 125 81 122 126 122 101 96

K 326 443 326 283 229 180 369 480 231 307

E 89 131 93 72 80 33 108 178 89 123

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

SERVICE ACES Ori Zuzic Christina Nichols Ashley Baker Brittany Marks Chelsea Bastin Lauren Fielding Angie Porche Devika Bellamy Lauren Starks Carol Newell

Team ORU CC WIU VALPO IUPUI CC VALPO IUPUI UMKC IUPUI

G 127 118 94 126 92 120 122 96 99 110

SA 86 51 38 47 34 44 39 29 29 32

SA/G 0.68 0.43 0.40 0.37 0.37 0.37 0.32 0.30 0.29 0.29

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

DIGS Jennifer Alexander Brittany Marks Cris Alves Lauren Fielding Christy McConnell Amy Sauerwein Lauren Duquette Danielle Bochat Devika Bellamy Angela Melka

Team WIU VALPO ORU CC IUPUI WIU OU CC IUPUI UMKC

G 104 126 127 120 110 95 78 119 96 78

DIGS 578 675 674 627 441 376 305 392 293 233

DIGS/G 5.56 5.36 5.31 5.22 4.01 3.96 3.91 3.29 3.05 2.99

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

ASSISTS Thais Parada Sara Hughes Lindsay Bekelja Caitlin Koenig Alex Darin Sarah Trimpe Lisa Suellentrop Devika Bellamy Danielle Goodnight

Team ORU VALPO CC UMKC OU WIU WIU IUPUI IUPUI

G 122 116 119 103 89 87 59 96 104

A 1485 1388 1143 938 791 769 400 590 595

A/G 12.17 11.97 9.61 9.11 8.89 8.84 6.78 6.15 5.72

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

BLOCKS Maja Devic Kim Snow Patty Melinauskas Erin Frick Nicole Schulz

Team ORU ORU WIU WIU VALPO

G 125 123 104 104 119

BS 20 21 14 12 14

BA 144 125 108 108 112

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TA 698 933 714 675 485 516 963 1149 548 725

Pct .340 .334 .326 .312 .307 .285 .271 .263 .259 .254

Total 164.0 146.0 122.0 120.0 126.0

B/Game 1.31 1.19 1.17 1.15 1.06

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2006 Mid-Con* Statistics Team Statistics (conference matches) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

KILLS Valparaiso Oral Roberts Western Illinois IUPUI UMKC Centenary Oakland

G 42 44 46 40 40 42 42

K 722 714 703 590 551 458 450

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

ASSISTS Valparaiso Oral Roberts Western Illinois IUPUI UMKC Centenary Oakland

G 42 44 46 40 40 42 42

A 677 653 656 542 511 431 410

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

SERVICE ACES Oral Roberts IUPUI Valparaiso UMKC Western Illinois Oakland Centenary

G 44 40 42 40 46 42 42

SA 86 75 69 61 60 51 42

K/Game 17.19 16.23 15.28 14.75 13.77 10.90 10.71

1, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

HITTING PERCENTAGE Oral Roberts Valparaiso Western Illinois IUPUI UMKC Centenary Oakland

G 44 42 46 40 40 42 42

K 714 722 703 590 551 458 450

E 218 276 261 269 264 322 321

TA 1727 1714 1942 1669 1557 1648 1601

Pct .287 2.60 .228 .192 .184 .083 .081

A/Game 16.12 14.84 14.04 13.55 12.77 10.26 9.76

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

BLOCKS Oral Roberts Western Illinois Valparaiso Centenary UMKC IUPUI Oakland

G 44 46 42 42 40 40 42

BS 28 10 13 12 20 13 14

BA 196 226 158 154 127 124 113

Total 126.0 123.0 92.0 89.0 83.5 75.0 70.5

B/Game 2.86 2.67 2.19 2.12 2.09 1.88 1.68

SA/G 1.95 1.88 1.64 1.52 1.30 1.21 1.00

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

DIGS Western Illinois Valparaiso IUPUI Oral Roberts Centenary UMKC Oakland

G 46 42 40 44 42 40 42

DIGS 861 734 685 749 690 628 579

DIGS/G 18.72 17.48 17.12 17.02 16.43 15.70 13.79

Individual Statistics (conference matches) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

KILLS Ori Zuzic Angie Porche Devika Bellamy Carol Newell Ashley Baker Jessie Fox Nicole Schulz Angela Melka Leah Dupuie Allison Sears

SERVICE ACES Ori Zuzic Ashley Baker Angie Porche Brittany Marks 5. Chelsea Bastin Carol Newell 7. Tiffany Meikle 8. Devika Bellamy 9. Lauren Starks 10. Lauren Duquette 1. 2. 3.

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

ASSISTS Sara Hughes Thais Parada Caitlin Koenig Lisa Sullentrop Alex Darin Lindsay Bekelja Sarah Trimpe Danielle Goodnight Devika Bellamy

Team ORU VALPO IUPUI IUPUI WIU VALPO VALPO UMKC OU VALPO

G 44 42 38 40 46 42 38 40 42 42

K 210 169 140 146 166 146 130 133 134 125

K/G 4.77 4.02 3.68 3.65 3.61 3.48 3.42 3.33 3.19 2.98

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

HITTING PERCENTAGE Kim Snow Ashley Baker Jackie Oliveira Jacqui Wood Nicole Schulz Jessie Fox Maja Devic Thais Parada Ori Zuzic Angie Porche

Team ORU WIU ORU UMKC VALPO VALPO ORU ORU ORU VALPO

Team ORU WIU VALPO VALPO IUPUI IUPUI VALPO IUPUI UMKC OU

G 44 46 42 42 40 40 30 38 39 32

SA 42 22 19 19 18 18 12 14 11 9

SA/G 0.95 0.48 0.45 0.45 0.45 0.45 0.40 0.37 0.28 0.28

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

DIGS Lauren Fielding Brittany Marks Jennifer Alexander Cris Alves Lauren Duquette Kylee Stephenson Amy Sauerwein Christy McConnell Devika Bellamy Angela Melka

Team CC VALPO WIU ORU OU UMKC WIU IUPUI IUPUI UMKC

Team VALPO ORU UMKC WIU OU CC WIU IUPUI IUPUI

G 39 44 40 27 42 42 32 40 38

A 495 548 443 275 383 373 270 285 210

A/G 12.69 12.45 11.07 10.19 9.12 8.88 8.44 6.45 5.53

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

BLOCKS Maja Devic Patty Melinauskas Erin Frick Nicole Schulz Kim Snow Jacqui Wood Rebecca Lunceford

Team ORU WIU WIU VALPO ORU UMKC CC

2007 IPFW WOMEN’s VOLLEYBALL

G 44 46 44 40 38 42 44 44 44 42

G 44 46 46 38 44 40 42

K 127 166 125 93 130 146 99 62 210 169

E 21 45 41 23 41 37 30 12 64 59

TA 239 350 254 213 279 342 233 179 529 399

G 42 42 46 44 32 37 40 40 38 40

DIGS 248 232 254 242 157 154 162 156 130 133

DIGS/G 5.90 5.52 5.52 5.50 4.91 4.16 4.05 3.90 3.42 3.33

BS 8 5 1 4 7 13 2

BA 50 55 58 42 46 30 40

Total 58.0 60.0 59.0 46.0 53.0 43.0 42.0

Pct .444 .346 .331 .329 .319 .319 .296 .279 .276 .276

B/Game 1.32 1.30 1.28 1.21 1.20 1.08 1.00

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2007 Opponents Dayton Flyers

Illinois Fighting Illini

Bowling Green State Falcons

Dayton Flyer Classic Aug. 24–7 p.m. Dayton, Ohio

Dayton Flyer Classic Aug. 25–1 p.m. Dayton, Ohio

Dayton Flyer Classic Oct. 2–7 p.m. Aug. 25–5 p.m. Bowling Green, Ohio Dayton, Ohio

Location:..................................Dayton, Ohio Enrollment:.........................................6,500 Founded:..............................................1850 Colors:....................................Red and Blue Home Court:........................Frericks Center Capacity:.............................................5,000

Location:..............................Champaign, Ill. Enrollment:.......................................36,000 Founded:..............................................1867 Colors:...............................Orange and Blue Home Court:...................................Huff Hall Capacity:.............................................4,050

Location:.....................Bowling Green, Ohio Enrollment:.......................................20,276 Founded:..............................................1910 Colors:............................Orange and Brown Home Court:.......................Anderson Arena Capacity:.............................................5,000

Head Coach:................. .........Tim Horsmon Frostburg State, ’91 Record at Dayton:.................95–41 (4 yrs.) Career Record:....................192–91 (8 yrs.)

Head Coach:................. .............Don Hardin Illinois, ’82 Record at Illinois:............192–141 (11 yrs.) Career Record:................394–218 (19 yrs.)

Head Coach:................Denise Van De Walle Ball State, ’76 Record at BGSU:..............441–303 (24 yrs.) Career Record:..................................(same)

2006 Overall Finish:..........................22–11 2006 A–10 Record:..........11–2 (T1st, West) Starter Returning/Lost:.............5 + libero/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............. 10/6

2006 Overall Finish:..........................15–15 2006 Big Ten Record:..................6–14 (9th) Starter Returning/Lost:.............4 + libero/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 9/3

2006 Overall Finish:............................26–6 2006 MAC Record:..............13–3 (2ndEast) Starter Returning/Lost:.............5 + libero/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............. 11/1

Chicago State Cougars

Eastern Michigan Eagles Aug. 28–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Clarion Classic Aug. 31–5 p.m. Kalamazoo, Mich.

IPFW Invitational Sept. 8–2 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Eastern Kentucky Colonels Clarion Classic Sept. 1–1 p.m. Kalamazoo, Mich.

Location:.............................Ypsilanti, Mich. Enrollment:.......................................24,532 Founded:..............................................1849 Colors:...............................Green and White Home Court:.................Convocation Center Capacity:.............................................8,824

Location:...................................Chicago, Ill. Enrollment:.........................................7,200 Founded:..............................................1867 Colors:...............................Evergreen/White Capacity:.............................................2,500

Location:...............................Richmond, Ky. Enrollment:.......................................16,000 Founded:..............................................1906 Colors:............................Maroon and White Home Court:.................................McBrayer Capacity:.............................................6,500

Head Coach:................. .......Kim Berrington South Carolina, ’85 Record at EMU:...............171–159 (11 yrs.) Career Record:................274–234 (15 yrs.)

Head Coach:..........................Lenika Lamar Southern Illinois, ’01 Record at Chcago State:...........2–28 (1 yr.) Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. ...........Lori Duncan Eastern Kentucky, ’84 Record at EKU:..................135–137 (9 yrs.) Career Record:................164–237 (14 yrs.)

2006 Overall Finish:..........................13–17 2006 MAC Record:...........6–10 (T5th West) Starter Returning/Lost:.............5/1 + libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.............10/4

2006 Overall Finish:............................2–28 2006 Conference Record:........Independent Starter Returning/Lost............................5/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 7/4

2006 Overall Finish:..........................17–14 2006 Ohio Valley Record:....................10–6 Starter Returning/Lost:..............3 +libero/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 6/4

Home Court:...................Jacoby Dickens Center

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2007 Opponents Western Michigan Broncos

Lehigh Mountain Hawks

Lipscomb Lady Bison

Clarion Classic Sept. 1–7 p.m. Kalamazoo, Mich.

IPFW Invitational Sept. 7–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

IPFW Invitational Sept. 8–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Location:..........................Kalamazoo, Mich. Enrollment:.......................................24,841 Founded:..............................................1903 Colors:................................Brown and Gold Home Court:......................University Arena Capacity:.............................................5,421

Location:.............................Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment:.........................................2,653 Founded:..............................................1891 Colors:................................Purple and Gold Home Court:..............................Allen Arena Capacity:.............................................5,028

Location:..............................Bethlehem, Pa. Enrollment:.........................................4,700 Founded:..............................................1865 Colors:..............................Brown and White Home Court:.............Leeman–Turner Arena Capacity:.............................................2,130

Head Coach:................. .....Colleen Munson Texas–Arlington, ’92 Record at WMU:....................41–24 (2 yrs.) Career Record:....................93–123 (7 yrs.)

Head Coach:.................Brandon Rosenthal Pepperdine, ’98 Record at Lipscomb:.............44–79 (4 yrs.) Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. ..........Jenny Mauer Washington, ’99 Record at Lehigh:.....................first season Career Record:..................................(same)

2006 Overall Finish:..........................21–15 2006 MAC Record:............8–8 (T2nd West) Starter Returning/Lost:.............3 + libero/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 5/3

2006 Overall Finish:..........................14–17 2006 Atlantic Sun Record:............6–3 (4th) Starter Returning/Lost:...........................4/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............. 10/4

2006 Overall Finish:............................0–29 2006 Patriot League Record:......0–14 (8th) Starter Returning/Lost:.............3/1 + libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.............10/3

South Dakota State Jackrabbits

North Dakota State Bison Sept. 14–7 p.m. Fargo, N.D.

Sept. 15–5 p.m. Brookings, S.D.

Sept. 22–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Oct. 5–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Oakland Golden Grizzlies Sept. 23–3 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Oct. 21–3 p.m. Rochester, Mich.

Location:....................................Fargo, N.D. Enrollment:.......................................12,258 Founded:..............................................1890 Colors:..............................Yellow and Green Home Court:....Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse Capacity:.............................................2,100

Location:..............................Brookings, S.D. Enrollment:.......................................11,377 Founded:..............................................1881 Colors:................................Yellow and Blue Home Court:..............................Frost Arena Capacity:.............................................6,500

Location:...........................Rochester, Mich. Enrollment:.......................................17,737 Founded:..............................................1957 Colors:.................................Gold and Black Home Court:..........Athletics Center O’Rena Capacity:.............................................4,000

Head Coach:..................Erich Hinterstocker National College of Chiropractic, ’00 Record at NDSU:......................17–13 (1 yr.) Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. .......Andrew Palileo Crown College, ’91 Record at SDSU:..................129–75 (6 yrs.) Career Record:..................214–128 (7 yrs.)

Head Coach:................. ..............Rob Beam Clarke College, ’96 Record at Oakland:...................first season Career Record:..................................(same)

2006 Overall Finish:..........................17–13 2006 Summit League Record:..first season Starter Returning/Lost:.............4 + libero/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 5/4

2006 Overall Finish:..........................22–12 2006 Summit League Record:..first season Starter Returning/Lost:...........................3/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 6/4

2006 Overall Finish:............................1–25 2006 Summit League Record:....0–12 (7th) Starter Returning/Lost:.............6 + libero/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 9/3

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2007 Opponents Oral Roberts Eagles Sept. 28–7 p.m. Tulsa, Okla.

IUPUI Jaguars

Centenary College Ladies Sept. 29–7 p.m. Shreveport, La.

Nov. 3–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Nov. 2–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Oct. 6–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Nov. 11–3 p.m. Indianapolis, Ind.

Location:...................................Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment:.........................................5,109 Founded:..............................................1963 Colors:....Navy Blue, Vegas Gold, and White Home Court:...........Cooper Aerobics Center Capacity:................................................350

Location:..............................Shreveport, La. Enrollment:............................................910 Founded:..............................................1825 Colors:............................Maroon and White Home Court:...............................Gold Dome Capacity:.............................................3,000

Location:...........................Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment:.......................................29,933 Founded:..............................................1969 Colors:........................Red, Gold, and Black Home Court:....................IUPUI Gymnasium Capacity:.............................................2,000

Head Coach:................. .........Sheera Sirola Oral Roberts, ’98 Record at Oral Roberts:.........88–49 (4 yrs.) Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. .......Patrick Maiden Brevard College, ’07 Record at Centenary:................first season Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. ...........Steve Payne Northern Illinois, ’87 Record at IUPUI:..............137–178 (10 yrs.) Career Record:..................................(same)

2006 Overall Finish:............................26–9 2006 Summit League Record:....11–1 (1st) Starter Returning/Lost:.............3/4 + libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 6/5

2006 Overall Finish:..........................12–24 2006 Summit League Record:....2–10 (6th) Starter Returning/Lost:.............3/3 + libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 5/5

2006 Overall Finish:..........................12–20 2006 Summit League Record:......7–5 (4th) Starter Returning/Lost:.............5/1 + libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 8/3

Western Illinois Westerwinds

UMKC Kangaroos

Oct. 12–7 p.m. Kansas City, Mo.

Oct. 13–5 p.m. Macomb, Ill.

Oct. 20–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Nov. 9–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Xavier Musketeers

Oct. 23–7 p.m. Cincinnati, Ohio

Location:............................Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment:.......................................14,221 Founded:..............................................1933 Colors:...................................Blue and Gold Home Court:.....Swinney Recreation Center Capacity:.............................................1,500

Location:..................................Macomb. Ill. Enrollment:.......................................13,550 Founded:..............................................1899 Colors:................................Purple and Gold Home Court:............................Western Hall Capacity:.............................................5,139

Location:.............................Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment:.........................................6,600 Founded:..............................................1831 Colors:...............Navy Blue, Gray, and White Home Court:...........................Cintas Center Capacity:...........................................10,250

Head Coach:................. ..........Geno Frugoli UNLV, ’92 Record at UMKC:.......................first season Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. ............Kym McKay St. Francis, ’96 Record at WIU:.....................54–94 (5 yrs.) Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. ..........Floyd Deaton West Liberty State, ’78 Record at Xavier:.............351–208 (17 yrs.) Career Record:..................................(same)

2006 Overall Finish:............................7–23 2006 Summit League Record:......4–8 (5th) Starter Returning/Lost:.............5 + libero/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 8/3

2006 Overall Finish:..........................14–15 2006 Summit League Record:.....9–3 (2nd) Starter Returning/Lost:.............5/1 + libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 9/3

2006 Overall Finish:..........................18–12 2006 A–10 Record:............10–3 (3rd West) Starter Returning/Lost:...........................4/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 7/3

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2007 Opponents Valparaiso Crusaders

Ball State Cardinals Oct. 30–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Nov. 24–7 p.m. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Location:..................................Muncie, Ind. Enrollment:.......................................17,785 Founded:..............................................1918 Colors:...........................Cardinal and White Home Court:............John E. Worthen Arena Capacity:...........................................11,500

Location:.............................Valparaiso, Ind. Enrollment:.........................................4,000 Founded:..............................................1859 Colors:................................Brown and Gold Home Court:....Athletics–Recreation Center Capacity:.............................................5,000

Head Coach:................. ..............Dave Boos Univ. of Wisconsin–Oshkosh, ’98 Record at Ball State:.................first season Career Record:..................................(same)

Head Coach:................. ............Carin Avery Ball State, ’96 Record at Valparaiso:..........126–43 (5 yrs.) Career Record:....................181–67 (7 yrs.)

2006 Overall Finish:..........................12–18 2006 MAC Record:............8–8 (T2nd West) Starter Returning/Lost:.............4/2 + libero Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............... 7/5

2006 Overall Finish:..........................23–12 2006 Summit League Record:....9–3 (T2nd) Starter Returning/Lost:.............5 + libero/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.............11/2

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