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19 • KELSEY HANSEN

12 • BAILEY PHILIPPOT

1 • KELLY HERRMANN

7 • KELLI FIEGEN

8 • KAITLIN KLINGEMANN

2 • SHAY BIRATH


THE THE 2012 2012 JACKRABBITS JACKRABBITS

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KELLY HERRMANN

SHAY BIRATH

KACEY HERRMANN

MARGIT HANSING

AMANDA STOUT

6-0, SENIOR OUTSIDE HITTER RAPID CITY, S.D. STEVENS H.S.

5-7, SENIOR LIBERO MARSHALL, MINN. MARSHALL SENIOR H.S.

6-0, FRESHMAN OUTSIDE HITTER RAPID CITY, S.D. STEVENS H.S.

6-0, SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER URBANDALE, IOWA URBANDALE H.S.

5-3, JUNIOR DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST PIERRE, S.D. T.F. RIGGS H.S.

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SYDNEY HOWARD

KELLI FIEGEN

KAITLIN KLINGEMANN

LEXI FOWLER

LIZZIE PALMER

5-11, RS FRESHMAN SETTER CEDAR FALLS, IOWA CEDAR FALLS H.S.

6-3, SENIOR MIDDLE BLOCKER PARKSTON, S.D. PARKSTON H.S.

6-3, SENIOR MIDDLE BLOCKER OMAHA, NEB. MILLARD NORTH H.S.

5-9, JUNIOR SETTER CENTENNIAL, COLO. CHERRY CREEK H.S.

5-8, FRESHMAN DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST SIOUX FALLS, S.D. LINCOLN H.S.

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WAGNER LARSON

BAILEY PHILIPPOT

COURTNEY ROBERTS

ALANNA PENGILLY

KELSEY HANSEN

6-2, RS FRESHMAN MIDDLE BLOCKER SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ROOSEVELT H.S.

5-11, SENIOR RIGHT SIDE HITTER ST. CLAUDE, MANITOBA

6-1, FRESHMAN MIDDLE BLOCKER BRANDON, MANITOBA

HOUSTON/ST. CLAUDE SCHOOL

CROCUS PLAINS SECONDARY

5-3, RS FRESHMAN DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST WATERTOWN, S.D. WATERTOWN H.S.

6-3, SENIOR RIGHT SIDE HITTER BENNINGTON, NEB. BENNINGTON H.S.

JOCELYN LEICHNER

PHIL MCDANIEL

KRISTIN BELZUNG

JASON RUPPELT

JACALYN SEAS

6-0, SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.

HEAD COACH CULVER STOCKTON, 1996 SECOND SEASON AT SDSU

ASSISTANT COACH NORTHERN IOWA, 2008 THIRD SEASON AT SDSU

GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH

STUDENT MANAGER FOURTH SEASON

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SDSU Quick Facts .....................................................................................................................................................................1-7 2012 Schedule .............................................................................................................................................................................3 2012 Roster/Coaching Staff........................................................................................................................................................4 Inside the 2012 Roster ................................................................................................................................................................5 SDSU Media Policy/Media Outlets ..............................................................................................................................................6 2012 Season Preview ..................................................................................................................................................................7 SDSU Athletic Department Mission Statement ...........................................................................................................................8 Jackrabbit Coaching Staff ......................................................................................................................................................9-12 Head Coach Phil McDaniel..................................................................................................................................................10 Assistant Coach Kristin Belzung .........................................................................................................................................11 Graduate Assistant Jason Ruppelt.......................................................................................................................................11 Strength and Conditioning Coaches ...................................................................................................................................12 SDSU Sports Medicine...............................................................................................................................................................13 SDSU Administration ...........................................................................................................................................................14-15 SDSU Athletic Staff....................................................................................................................................................................16 Meet the Jackrabbits ............................................................................................................................................................17-28 Jackrabbit Seniors .............................................................................................................................................................18-23 Shay Birath..........................................................................................................................................................................18 Kelli Fiegen..........................................................................................................................................................................19 Kelsey Hansen .....................................................................................................................................................................20 Kelly Herrmann ...................................................................................................................................................................21 Kaitlin Klingemann..............................................................................................................................................................22 Bailey Philippot...................................................................................................................................................................23 Jackrabbit Juniors ..............................................................................................................................................................24-25 Lexi Fowler ..........................................................................................................................................................................24 Amanda Stout .....................................................................................................................................................................25 Jackrabbit Sophomores ...........................................................................................................................................................26 Margit Hansing and Jocelyn Leichner.................................................................................................................................26 Jackrabbit Freshman ..........................................................................................................................................................27-28 Sydney Howard, Wagner Larson and Alanna Pengilly........................................................................................................27 Kacey Herrmann, Lizzie Palmer and Courtney Roberts .....................................................................................................28 2012 Jackrabbit Opponents.................................................................................................................................................29-33 The Summit League .............................................................................................................................................................34-35 All-Time Letterwinners ..............................................................................................................................................................36 Jackrabbit Volleyball History and Records...........................................................................................................................37-48 2011 Season Recap and Statistics ...............................................................................................................................47-48 Year-by-Year Scores .............................................................................................................................................................49-53 Frost Arena ...............................................................................................................................................................................54 Jackrabbit Facilities ...................................................................................................................................................................55 Under Armour ............................................................................................................................................................................56 Welcome to South Dakota State University ........................................................................................................................57-60 CREDITS/PRONUNCIATION GUIDE The South Dakota State University Print Lab produced 40 copies of the 2012 SDSU volleyball media guide at a cost of $9.69 each. Front cover design by Old Hat Creations. Summit League logo design by Nina Schmidt, SDSU University Relations. Photos credited to Eric Landwehr, SDSU University Relations, Stephen Brua and Robby Gallagher, SDSU Sports Information, the Brookings Register and Lifetouch Sports Photography. Photos of Kelli Fiegen with Team USA credited to USA Volleyball/Bill Kauffman. For more information regarding the Jackrabbit volleyball program, please contact SDSU Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Sweeter at (605) 688-4822 or at Ryan.Sweeter@sdstate.edu

COACHES

PLAYERS

Kristin Belzung...........................Bell-zuhng Jason Ruppelt................................Roo-pelt

Shay Birath...................................Bye-rath Kelli Fiegen...................................FEE-gen Margit Hansing ...............................Mar-git Jocelyn Leichner ...........................Like-ner Bailey Philippot ........................Fill-eh-poh Alanna Pengilly ......A-lane-ah - Pen-gill-ee

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SDSU QUICK FACTS

GENERAL INFORMATION NAME OF SCHOOL: CITY/ZIP: FOUNDED: ENROLLMENT: NICKNAME: SCHOOL COLORS: ATHLETIC WEBSITE: UNIVERSITY WEBSITE: HOME ARENA: CAPACITY: AFFILIATION: CONFERENCE: CONFERENCE WEBSITE: PRESIDENT: ALMA MATER, REAR: DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: ALMA MATER, YEAR: SWA: ATHLETIC DEPT. PHONE: TICKET OFFICE PHONE:

South Dakota State University Brookings, SD 57007 Feb. 21, 1881 12,725 Jackrabbits (NO “LADY” JACKRABBITS PLEASE) Yellow and Blue GOJACKS.COM sdstate.edu Frost Arena 6,500 NCAA Division I The Summit League TheSummitLeague.org Dr. David L. Chicoine South Dakota State, 1969 Justin Sell Bowling Green State, 1991 Kathy Heylens (605) 688-5625 (605) 688-5422 or 1-866-GOJACKS

COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH: ALMA MATER, YEAR: RECORD AT SCHOOL: CAREER RECORD: ASSISTANT COACH: ALMA MATER, YEAR: OFFICE PHONE: GRADUATE ASSISTANT: ALMA MATER, YEAR: OFFICE PHONE: STUDENT MANAGER:

Phil McDaniel Culver-Stockton, 1996 13-20, Second Season 70-63, Fifth Season Kristin Belzung Northern Iowa, 2008 (605) 688-5737 Jason Ruppelt South Dakota State, 2010 (605) 688-5737 Jacalyn Seas

TEAM INFORMATION 2011 OVERALL RECORD: HOME RECORD: AWAY RECORD: NEUTRAL RECORD: SUMMIT LEAGUE RECORD: FINAL RANKING (POLL): STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST:

13-20 4-8 3-10 6-2 5-13 166 (NCAA RPI) 4+Libero/2 9/4

SPORTS INFORMATION ASST. SID/VOLLEYBALL CONTACT:

Ryan Sweeter (605) 688-4822 CELL PHONE: (605) 376-4422 E-MAIL: Ryan.Sweeter@sdstate.edu

OFFICE PHONE:

ASST. AD

– SPORTS INFORMATION: OFFICE PHONE: CELL PHONE: E-MAIL:

Jason Hove (605) 688-4623 (605) 695-1827 Jason.Hove@sdstate.edu

RADIO INFORMATION FLAGSHIP RADIO STATION: CONTACT: ADDRESS: PHONE: FAX: E-MAIL:

SID FAX: PRESS ROW PHONE: SID MAILING ADDRESS:

(605) 688-5999 (605) 688-4623 Sports Information Office 2820 HPER Center Brookings, SD 57007-1497

VOLLEYBALL HISTORY FIRST YEAR OF VOLLEYBALL:

1966 847-588 YEARS IN NCAA POSTSEASON/LAST: 6/2007 LAST POSTSEASON OPPONENT: at No. 2 Nebraska RESULT: L, 0-3 OVERALL ALL-TIME RECORD:

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WEBSITE: NOTE:

KJJQ-910 AM Dellas Cole Box 97 Brookings, SD 57006 (605) 692-1430 (605) 692-4441 kbrksports@kbrk.threeeagles.com BrookingsRadio.com South Dakota State may broadcast select volleyball matches live on KJJQ-910 AM and streaming live on GoJacks.com.


2012 SCHEDULE

AUGUST Friday Saturday

24-25 24 24 25 25

AUG. 31-SEPT. 1

Friday

SEPTEMBER Saturday

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HAWKEYE CHALLENGE vs. Southeast Missouri State at Iowa vs. Chicago State vs. Valparaiso AT GONZAGA TOURNAMENT at Gonzaga AT

IOWA CITY, IOWA 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m. 2 p.m. SPOKANE, WASH. 6 p.m. PT

vs. Eastern Washington vs. UC Riverside

11 a.m. PT 4 p.m. PT

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Tuesday

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NORTH DAKOTA

Frost Arena

7 p.m.

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Friday Saturday

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JACKRABBIT INVITATIONAL GREEN BAY Green Bay vs. Bradley Alumni Match BRADLEY (PARENT’S NIGHT)

FROST ARENA 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

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Friday Sunday Friday Saturday Wednesday Friday Saturday

OCTOBER Friday Saturday Tuesday Friday Friday Saturday Friday Saturday Tuesday NOVEMBER Friday Sunday Saturday Friday Saturday

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*at Nebraska-Omaha *NORTH DAKOTA STATE *IUPUI *WESTERN ILLINOIS at Valparaiso *at IPFW *at Oakland

Omaha, Neb. Frost Arena Frost Arena Frost Arena Valparaiso, Ind. Fort Wayne, Ind. Rochester, Mich.

7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. ET 7 p.m. ET

5 6 9 12 19 20 26 27 30

*UMKC *SOUTH DAKTOA at Northern Iowa *NEBRASKA-OMAHA (DIG PINK) *at Western Illinois *at IUPUI *OAKLAND *IPFW (SENIOR NIGHT) IOWA STATE

Frost Arena Frost Arena Cedar Falls, Iowa Frost Arena Macomb, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Frost Arena Frost Arena Frost Arena

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. ET 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

*at South Dakota *at UMKC *at North Dakota State AT THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS Semifinals Finals

Vermillion, S.D. Kansas City, Mo. Fargo, N.D. FARGO, N.D.

7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER NO.

NAME

POS.

HEIGHT

YEAR

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 18 19 21

Kelly Herrmann *** Shay Birath*** Kacey Herrmann Margit Hansing* Amanda Stout** Sydney Howard Kelli Fiegen*** Kaitlin Klingemann*** Lexi Fowler** Lizzie Palmer Wagner Larson Bailey Philippot** Courtney Roberts Alanna Pengilly Kelsey Hansen*** Jocelyn Leichner

OH L OH OH DS S MB MB S DS MB RS MB DS RS OH

6-0 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-3 5-11 6-3 6-3 5-9 5-8 6-2 5-11 6-1 5-3 6-3 6-0

Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. RSFr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. RSFr. Sr. Fr. RSFr. Sr. So.

Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens) Marshall, Minn. (Marshall) Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens) Urbandale, Iowa (Urbandale) Pierre, S.D. (T.F. Riggs) Cedar Falls, Iowa (Cedar Falls) Parkston, S.D. (Parkston) Omaha, Neb. (Millard North) Centennial, Colo. (Cherry Creek) Sioux Falls, S.D. (Lincoln) Sioux Falls, S.D. (Roosevelt ) St. Claude, Manitoba (Houston) (St. Claude School Complex) Brandon, Manitoba (Crocus Plains Secondary) Watertown, S.D. (Watertown) Bennington, Neb. (Bennington) Scottsdale, Ariz. (New Mexico State) (Desert Mountain)

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Marshall, Minn. (Marshall) Parkston, S.D. (Parkston) Centennial, Colo. (Cherry Creek) Bennington, Neb. (Bennington) Urbandale, Iowa (Urbandale) Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens) Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens) Cedar Falls, Iowa (Cedar Falls) Omaha, Neb. (Millard North) Sioux Falls, S.D. (Roosevelt ) Scottsdale, Ariz. (New Mexico State) (Desert Mountain) Sioux Falls, S.D. (Lincoln) Watertown, S.D. (Watertown) St. Claude, Manitoba (Houston) (St. Claude School Complex) Brandon, Manitoba (Crocus Plains Secondary) Pierre, S.D. (T.F. Riggs)

* indicates number of previous letters earned

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO.

NAME

POS.

HEIGHT

YEAR

2 7 9 19 4 3 1 6 8 11 21 10 18 12 14 5

Shay Birath*** Kelli Fiegen*** Lexi Fowler** Kelsey Hansen*** Margit Hansing* Kacey Herrmann Kelly Herrmann *** Sydney Howard Kaitlin Klingemann*** Wagner Larson Jocelyn Leichner Lizzie Palmer Alanna Pengilly Bailey Philippot** Courtney Roberts Amanda Stout**

L MB S RS OH OH OH S MB MB OH DS DS RS MB DS

5-7 6-3 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-8 5-3 5-11 6-1 5-3

Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. RSFr. Sr. RSFr. So. Fr. RSFr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

* indicates number of previous letters earned

COACHING STAFF POSITION NAME

Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Graduate Assistant: Student Manager: 4

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Phil McDaniel Kristin Belzung Jason Ruppelt Jacalyn Seas

ALMA MATER, YEAR

Culver-Stockton, 1996 Northern Iowa, 2008 South Dakota State, 2011 ---

SDSU Second Season Third Season Sixth Season Fourth Season

YEARS AT

CAREER RECORD

70-63, Fifth Season


INSIDE THE 2012 ROSTER

STARTERS RETURNING (R) AND LOST (L) NAME HT. CL. POS. (R) Shay Birath 5-7 Sr. L (R) Kelli Fiegen 6-3 Sr. MB (R) Lexi Fowler 5-9 Jr. S (R) Kelly Herrmann 6-0 Sr. OH (R) Kaitlin Klingemann 6-3 Sr. MB (L) Emily Palmer 5-7 -DS (L) Ellyce Youngren 6-2 -OH OTHER RETURNING PLAYERS HT.

NAME

Kelsey Hansen Margit Hansing Sydney Howard Wagner Larson Alanna Pengilly Bailey Philippot Amanda Stout

CL.

POS.

6-3 Sr. 6-0 So. 5-11 RFr. 6-2 RFr. 5-3 RFr. 5-11 Sr. 5-3 Jr.

RS OH S MB DS RS DS

I----------ATTACK----------I I-SET-I K E TA PCT. ASST. 1 3 13 -.154 34 422 106 913 .346 8 93 22 300 .237 1192 198 78 828 .145 36 304 111 874 .221 14 3 3 27 .000 17 241 101 849 .165 21

SP

121 121 121 119 116 121 119

Ashley Bartek Erinn Osborne

20 8 19 11 34 25 23

17 13 25 17 36 19 33

I----------ATTACK----------I I-SET-I K E TA PCT. ASST. 43 33 23 124 .081 5 52 35 31 176 .023 3 --Redshirt in 2011----Redshirt in 2011----Redshirt in 2011--43 52 31 220 .095 3 111 2 0 13 .154 12

I-SERVE-I SA SE

I----------ATTACK----------I I-SET-I K E TA PCT. ASST. 18 15 74 .041 1 50 35 228 .066 5

I-SERVE-I SA SE

SP

REMAINING ROSTER LOST NAME

I-SERVE-I SA SE

HT.

CL.

POS.

SP

6-3 5-11

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RS OH

29 47

I--BLOCKING--I DIG

BS

BA

641 44 297 378 112 323 155

0 28 1 6 3 0 13

0 90 40 33 68 0 64

DIG

BS

BE

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BHE

3 2 27 3 2 1 2

I--BLOCKING--I BA

BE

BHE

0 2

0 2

14 24

1 7

16 8

5 0

1 0

0 4

0 8

26 166

0 0

10 1

2 0

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I--BLOCKING--I DIG

BS

BA

BE

6 26

7 0

19 11

2 2

BHE

2 0

NEWCOMERS NAME

Kacey Herrmann Lizzie Palmer Courtney Roberts Jocelyn Leichner

HT

CL.

POS.

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL)

6-0 5-8 6-1 6-0

Fr. Fr. Fr. So.

OH DS MB OH

Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens H.S.) Sioux Falls, S.D. (Lincoln H.S.) Brandon, Manitoba (Crocus Plains Secondary) Scottsdale, Ariz. (New Mexico State)(Desert Mountain H.S.)

2011 ALL-LEAGUE TEAMS AND AWARDS FIRST TEAM

Meghan Bray, Oakland, Jr., OH Kelli Fiegen, South Dakota State, Jr., MH Megan Lambertson, North Dakota State, Jr., MH Jennifer Lopez, North Dakota State, Sr., S Analaine Pelaez-Mailoto, Southern Utah, Jr., OH Bruna Silva, Oral Roberts, So., L Emily Spencer, IPFW, Fr., OH

SECOND TEAM

Shari Bernhardt, IUPUI, Sr., L Brynn Joki, North Dakota State, Jr., OH Chrissy Knuth, North Dakota State, Sr., RS Kendall Kritenbrink, South Dakota, Fr., OH Tessa McGill, IPFW, Jr., L Elizabeth McVicker, Oral Roberts, Jr., MH Megan Steenhuysen, IPFW, Jr., S

ALL-FRESHMAN

Lauren Cammack, North Dakota State, OH Taylor Humm, Oakland, OH Kendall Kritenbrink, South Dakota, OH Ann Miller, Western Illinois, OH Gabi Mirand, Southern Utah, S Emily Spencer, IPFW, OH Kendall Wienkes, IPFW, OH

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SETTER OF THE YEAR

COACH OF THE YEAR

Jennifer Lopez, North Dakota State

Jennifer Lopez, North Dakota State

Kari Thompson, North Dakota State

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Bruna Silva, Oral Roberts

Emily Spencer, IPFW

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SDSU MEDIA POLICY CREDENTIALS

POST-MATCH PRESS CONFERENCE

All media credential requests for SDSU volleyball home games should be directed to assistant sports information director Ryan Sweeter or sports information director Jason Hove at least 24 hours prior to the event. The sports information office mails credentials if they receive the request a week or more in advance. Otherwise, credentials may be picked up at the Jackrabbit Ticket Office inside the Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or at the Frost Arena ticket table 60 minutes to the start of the event. SDSU allows courtside access in Frost Arena only to working media. Media requiring access to phone lines and Internet for photo or story transmission should contact the SDSU sports information office in advance of the match to assist in seating assignments, etc. Live blogging of the description of the event is permitted; however, no live streaming of video of either game action or post-game press conferences is permitted. Video may be archived and posted to web sites following the conclusion of the event.

A post-match press conference may be held after select home matches in the Ginn Trophy Room located on the second floor of the Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center.The visiting team goes first, followed by SDSU players and coaches.

–ALL CREDENTIALS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE– PHOTOGRAPHERS

The South Dakota State Athletic Department asks that photographers (live and still) do not interfere with the sight lines of spectators. Video may be shot from the upper-level track on the east, west and south sides of Frost Arena. At court level, photographers must remain outside the team areas and in a position as to not interfere with the match. STATISTICS

The following guidelines apply specifically to Internet sites: • No more than two people working for the official web site of the opponent and/or its official conference site will be issued credentials. • Web sites whose content centers around message boards and chat rooms where users can post anonymous information and/or rumors are ineligible for any consid eration for credentials or access. • Credentials will not be granted to any agency operating sites that are in any way affiliated with gambling, or to freelance or fan-based sites not affiliated with a legiti mate news-gathering organization. The final decision for credentials remains at the sole discretion of SDSU sports information personnel. Failure to abide by the guidelines outlined on this page may result in revocation of media credentials. GOJACKS.COM Get all the latest news releases, game recaps and box scores. Read the latest game notes, updated roster and statistics or buy photos from recent home matches. Join the Jackrabbit Extra for complete video coverage, including live streaming video of every home match and select road matches. ON THE WEB AT

The South Dakota State University Sports Information Office keeps official statistics and distributes final statistics to teams and members of the media at the conclusion of the match.

INTERVIEW POLICY

The South Dakota State University Sports Information Office strives to comply with all legitimate interview requests for Jackrabbit coaches, student-athletes and administrators in a timely fashion. Interview times can be arranged through the Sports Information office or through the coach of the sport involved, preferably arranged 24 hours in advance Monday through Thursday. Media members may not contact student-athletes directly without approval. The SDSU Sports Information office does not release the phone numbers of student-athletes to the media, and return calls must be made collect, or via a toll free number, unless the student-athlete does the interview from the sports information or coaches office. The media may not interview student-ath-letes prior to a contest on the day of the game, but may do so 10 minutes after the conclusion of contests by contacting a member of the sports information staff or coaching staff.

SDSU MEDIA OUTLETS TELEVISION/VIDEO

NEWSPAPERS/NEWS SERVICES

KDLT-TV – NBC Mark Ovenden, Nick Lenz sports@kdlt.com (605) 361-1357 (NEWSROOM)

KBRK-1430 AM - KJJQ-910 AM Dellas Cole kbrksports@kbrk.threeeagles.com (605) 692-1430

BROOKINGS REGISTER Troy Maroney and Sean Welsh sports@brookingsregister.com (605) 692-6271

KELO-TV – CBS Matt Holsen – (605) 357-5692 mholsen@keloland.com Jim Madalinsky – (605) 357-5675 jmadalinsky@keloland.com

WNAX-570 AM Steve Imming imming@wnax.com 1-800-843-0089

SIOUX FALLS ARGUS LEADER Terry Vandrovec tvandrovec@argusleader.com (605) 977-3923

KSOO-99.1 FM Brad Peterson and Warren Swain Brad@espn991.com Warren@espn991.com (605) 362-3776

ABERDEEN AMERICAN NEWS John Papendick jpapendick@aberdeennews.com (605) 622-2323

KSFY-TV – ABC Erik Thorstenson – (605) 373-7376 ethorstenson@ksfy.com Dylan Scott – (605) 373-7358 dscott@ksfy.com JACKRABBIT SPORTS NETWORK Tyler Merriam – (605) 688-4804 Tyler.Merriam@sdstate.edu

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RADIO

GOJACKS.COM

KWSN-1230 AM Craig Mattick and Chris Tubbs Craig.Mattick@bybradio.com Chris.Tubbs@bybradio.com (605) 271-5873

HURON DAILY PLAINSMAN Curt Nettinga cnettinga.plainsman@midconetwork.com (605) 352-6401

RAPID CITY JOURNAL Andrew Cutler Andrew.Cutler@rapidcityjournal.com (605) 394-8300 WATERTOWN PUBLIC OPINION Roger Merriam rogerm@thepublicopinion.com (605) 886-6901 SDSU COLLEGIAN Marcus Traxler collegian.sports@gmail.com (605) 688-6164 THE SIOUX FALLS AP Wayne Ortman apsiouxfalls@ap.org 1-800-952-9911 DAKOTA NEWS NETWORK Steve Carlson SteveCarlson@dakotanewsnetwork.com (701) 237-5000


2012 SEASON PREVIEW

The South Dakota State volleyball team enters the second year of the Phil McDaniel era with high hopes and with plenty of experience throughout the roster, with eight upperclassmen on the 16-woman roster, including six seniors. “Depth makes up competitive on the court against our opponents,” second-year head coach Phil McDaniel said. “But more importantly, it makes us competitive each and every time we step on the floor for practice.” Fresh off her second stint with the Team USA A2 squad, senior Kelli Fiegen leads a talented group of middles. Fiegen provides the leadership and quickness to the group, and should get a great deal of attention from opposing blockers. One of the most consistent players on the team, senior Kaitlin Klingemann played multiple positions in the past, but does most of her damage in the middle. Wagner Larson redshirted in 2011, but should push for playing time in 2012, in large part because of her energy and her blocking ability. An athletic middle from Canada with a fast arm, Courtney Roberts comes into the season with some injuries, making her a redshirt candidate. Senior Kelly Herrmann leads the group of four players on the outside. The team’s emotional leader, Herrmann brings the most experience on the outside and can be counted on for her ability and leadership. Margit Hansing saw action last season as a freshman, and should battle for a starting spot

KELLI FIEGEN played with the Team USA ‘A2’ squad at the USA Volleyball Open National Championships for a second straight year during the summer of 2012 PHOTO: USA VOLLEYBALL/BILL KAUFFMAN

as a sophomore in 2012. Kacey Herrmann, Kelly’s sister, makes the transition to the outside from the middle where she played in high school, and should battle the older players for playing time. If newcomer Jocelyn Leichner, who transfers in as a sophomore from New Mexico, can pick up the offensive and defensive systems quickly, she should see plenty of playing time as well on the outside. Seniors Kelsey Hansen and Bailey Philippot make up the right side of the lineup. Both seniors, Hansen brings experience at the middle and the right side and her size makes her a good match with the opponents outside attackers, while Philippot’s experience on both pins makes her a threat to attack from a number of different angles. One of two setters on the roster, junior Lexi Fowler returns at the only regular setter from the 2011 squad. She became more consistent with her set location in the offseason and her decision-making skills continue to improve as her mental game catches up with her physical skills. Sydney Howard should push Fowler for playing time after redshirting in 2011. She brings solid blocking ability and can attack the ball as well. “There’s a good chance that we split the setting duties between Fowler and Howard at times this season,” McDaniel said. The Jackrabbits returning starter at Libero, Shay Birath leads a mixed group of older and younger defensive specialists. On pace to become the school’s all-time digs leader, Birath continues to improve her consistency in serve receive and the quality of her digs. McDaniel expects her to lead the back row defenders and to serve as the standard for others to mimic. Junior Amanda Stout should be ready for the start of the season after suffering an injury in the spring. She solidifies the back row and may be one of the better servers on the team. After redshirting in 2011, Alana Pengilly enters the season eager to learn and brings a high energy level to the team. She also continues to develop into one of the team’s better servers and should battle for playing time throughout the season. True freshman Lizzie Palmer rounds out the Jackrabbit defense. A very solid player in serve receive, her mental attitude and toughness puts her in the mix for some playing time. Experienced and balanced, the 2012 Jackrabbits should find out just how much they improved in the offseason shortly after the season begins. "I think that the 2012 schedule provides a good test for our veteran squad," McDaniel said. "Opening the season at a tournament with a Big

SHAY BIRATH needs 577 digs in 2012 to break Samantha Pearson’s school record 1,929 career digs. She finished the 2011 season with a team-high 641 digs Ten school tests us right out of the gates. The Jacks open the season on Aug. 24, in Iowa City, Iowa at the Hawkeye Challenge against Southeast Missouri State and Iowa, and then close the tournament with their first of two meetings against Valparaiso on Aug. 25. SDSU also plays the Crusaders in Valparaiso, Ind., on Sept. 26. The second of three preconference tournaments sends the Jackrabbits to Spokane, Wash, for three matches at the Gonzaga Tournament on Aug. 31-Sept. 1. In addition to the host Bulldogs, the Jacks also face Eastern Washington and UC-Riverside in Spokane. SDSU closes its tournament circuit with a revival of the Jackrabbit Invitational, which returns to Frost Arena for the first time since the 2007 season, on Sept. 7-8. "The Gonzaga Tournament gives us a chance to play a solid trio of teams over the Labor Day weekend," McDaniel added. "And then getting back to hosting an event here in Frost will be a great lead-in to the start of Summit League Play." The Summit League schedule begins with a road match at conference newcomer NebraskaOmaha on Sept. 14; with the conference homeopener coming two days later in a Sunday matinee against two-time defending league champion North Dakota State. The Bison also host The Summit League Championships on Nov. 16-17, in Fargo, N.D. 2012 JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL

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JACKRABBIT ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT

VISION, MISSION & VALUES OF THE SDSU ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Every undertaking of South Dakota State University is driven by a common force — a relentless commitment to excellence. Within the Athletic Department, excellence is measured by much more than wins and losses. We are committed to providing each and every student-athlete with a comprehensive collegiate experience that is second to none. Every decision that guides our program is made with the student-athlete in mind. Is Athletic Achievement important? Yes, because it is the fundamental purpose of the student-athlete experience. Is Social Responsibility a vital component? Yes, we expect to contribute to the well-being of our campus, community and state. How about Positive Student-Athlete Experiences and Competitive Success? Those also define our program because they are integral to the student athlete’s growth. That is what it means to be student-centered, and why our vision is:

VISION: To be a premier student-centered collegiate athletic program. How will SDSU Athletics achieve that vision? By working tirelessly to create a special place where student-athletes who share our drive and determination can develop life skills that lead not only to athletic success, but pave the way for victories long into their lives. The important work of creating that setting is the heart of our mission:

MISSION: To passionately and relentlessly create an environment, rooted in sportsmanship and ethical conduct, where motivated student-athletes can develop into lifelong champions. To be a lifelong champion, one must maintain a discipline of taking the highest road. Similarly, SDSU is guided by a stringent value set that will not be compromised:

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HEAD COACH PHIL MCDANIEL HOME TOWN:

Mt. Zion, Ill.

FAMILY: Wife

- Julie

EDUCATION:

B.S. Criminal Justice – Culver-Stockton (Mo.), 1996 M.A. Counselor Education – UW-Platteville, 1998

COACHING CAREER:

Head Coach – South Dakota State, March 23, 2011-present Head Coach – Drake University, 2008-11 Assistant Coach – South Dakota State, 2004-07 Assistant Coach – New Mexico State, 2002-04 Head Coach – J.H. Rose High School, Greenville, N.C., 2000-02

A former South Dakota State assistant who helped guide the 2007 team to the school's first-ever NCAA Division I Tournament appearance, Phil McDaniel took over the Jackrabbit volleyball program after being named the 11th head coach in program history on Feb. 19, 2011. McDaniel returned to SDSU after three successful years at Drake University, where he reinvigorated a Bulldog program by leading Drake to back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 1996. After taking over a team that won seven games in 2007, the McDaniel led Bulldogs posted a 12-20 record in his first year, and combined to go 45-23 over the next two seasons, including a pair of Missouri Valley Conference Tournament appearances. The rebuilding of Drake started in 2008, when Drake posted its highest win total since 1998, but started to take shape in 2009, when the Bulldogs qualified for their first Missouri Valley Conference Tournament since 1998 on the strength of a 10-8, fourth-place league finish. The 22 wins in 2009 marked the most since the 1996 squad posted a 24-4 mark and three players earned all-conference honors in 2009, the first such honors since 2002.

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Drake won 23 games in 2010, and again qualified for the MVC Tournament. The 2010 season also saw a Drake player earn first-team all-conference honors for the firs time in over a decade. In addition to the on the court accolades, the Bulldogs also shined under McDaniel's leadership off the court, posting a 3.5 grade-point average in both the 2008-09 and 2009-10 academic years, with an American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Award selection in 2008-09. Individually, McDaniel coached players earned MVC Scholar Athlete first-team honors three times, along with an honorable mention selection and an ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VII selection. An assistant coach at South Dakota State from 2005-07, McDaniel helped the Jackrabbits to a 63-42 overall record, the 2007 Summit League title and the school's first-ever Division I NCAA Tournament appearance in 2007. During his three-year tenure with the Jacks, he spearheaded recruiting efforts for the SDSU program and monitored academic progress for the Jackrabbits, who earned the AVCA with Game Plan/AVCA Team Academic Awards in 2005 and 2006. Prior to joining the Jackrabbits as an assistant in 2005, McDaniel spent three seasons as an assistant coach at New Mexico State from 2002-04. The Aggies posted an 86-15 record during his tenure, winning the Sun Belt Conference crown in each of his three campaigns while earning berths in the 2003 and 2004 NCAA Tournaments. In addition to his duties at New Mexico State, McDaniel was head coach of the Diamondback Volleyball Club in Las Cruces. A Mt. Zion, Ill., native, McDaniel served as head coach at J.H. Rose High School in Greenville, N.C. from 2000-02, directing the school to a 42-7 record and twice earning Big East Conference 4A Coach of the Year honors in both 2001 and 2001. He also served as director of coaches for the East Carolina Junior Volleyball Club.

McDaniel earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Culver-Stockton College in 1996 and a master's degree in counselor education from the University of WisconsinPlatteville in 1998. He competed on both the soccer and tennis teams while at CulverStockton. McDaniel and his wife Julie live in Brookings.

YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD at Drake University OVERALL YEAR 2008 12-20 2009 22-12 2010 23-11 57-43 TOTALS at South Dakota State YEAR OVERALL 2011 13-20 CAREER TOTALS

70-63

CONFERENCE 5-13 10-8 8-10 23-31 CONFERENCE 5-13 28-44


ASSISTANT COACH KRISTIN BELZUNG HOME TOWN:

Ankeny, Iowa

HIGH SCHOOL: EDUCATION:

Ankeny High School

B.S. Health Promotion/Environmental Health – Northern Iowa, 2008 M.S. Sport Management – South Carolina, 2010

PLAYING CAREER: EXPERIENCE:

Four-year letterwinner at Northern Iowa, 2004-07

Assistant Coach - South Dakota State, Feb. 2010-present Director of Operations - South Carolina, 2009 Graduate Assistant Coach - South Carolina, 2008

Kristin Belzung returns to the Jackrabbit volleyball staff for a second season in 2011 after two years at South Carolina, where she spent her first season as a graduate assistant and the second as the director of operations for the Gamecock volleyball program. As the director of ops for the Gamecocks, Belzung assisted with practice setup and helped out with many of the administrative tasks for the team, including travel and video coordination, but she looks forward to getting back on the sidelines for the Jackrabbits. Before starting her coaching career, Belzung played for Bobbi Peterson at Northern Iowa as a standout setter for the Panthers over four seasons, where she recorded two triple-doubles in her career, including one in a victory over Clemson in 2006. A two-time first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference selection, she ranks fourth in UNI history with 4,256 assists and with an 11.3 assists per game average. Belzung also led her squad in aces twice and helped the team to consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in 2006 and 2007, earning the State Farm MVC Tournament MVP in her squad's first of two straight conference tourney crowns.

An Ankeny, Iowa, native, Belzung starred in the classroom as well, earning the State Farm MVC Good Neighbor Award, an honor recognizing athletes for their excellence in academics, sportsmanship and community service. She also garnered Dean's List recognition in six of her nine semesters at UNI and earned a spot on the inaugural MVC AllAcademic first team. Belzung served as a SAAC representative and participated in the NCAA National Leadership Conference.

Belzung graduated with a bachelor's degree in health promotion/environmental health from Northern Iowa in 2008, and completes her master's degree in sport and entertainment management from South Carolina in the spring of 2010.

GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH JASON RUPPELT HOME TOWN:

Springfield, S.D.

HIGH SCHOOL: EDUCATION:

Bon Homme High School, 2006

B.S. Math – South Dakota State, 2010 M.E. Counseling & Human Development – South Dakota St., 2013

EXPERIENCE:

Student Assistant - South Dakota State, 2007-10 Head Coach - South Dakota Volleyball Club, 2008-present

After four years on the Jackrabbit coaching staff as a student assistant coach, Jason Ruppelt returns to the Jackrabbit volleyball staff for a sixth season in 2012 for his second season as a graduate assistant coach. A Springfield, S.D., native, Ruppelt graduated from South Dakota State in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Math

from the college of engineering, and immediately began pursuing a master of education degree in counseling and human resource development with specialization in administration and student affairs Mostly a self-taught player, Ruppelt's interest in volleyball began in 2003, when he watched his sister play in high school,

but it really sparked when he saw Nebraska play on television. From there, he started practicing on his own, and the more he played, the more he loved the game. As a graduate assistant at SDSU, he assists the coaching staff in practice, match preparation and in day-to-day operations. In the offseason, Ruppelt started coaching the South Dakota Volleyball Club in 2008, and continues to do that along with teaching private lessons at Sioux Empire Fitness in Sioux Falls since 2010. Ruppelt graduated from Bon Homme High School in Tyndall, S.D., in 2006, and hopes to someday coach college volleyball full time. 2012 JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL

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SDSU STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Texas in Austin, where he earned a MEd. in Exercise Physiology. He also worked in private FAMILY: Wife: Colleen – Son: Zachary – Daughter: Kylie business in physical fitness in Austin and EDUCATION: B.S. Exercise Science: Moorhead State, Minn., 1996 Houston, Texas and in Fargo, N.D. MEd. Exercise Physiology: University of Texas, 1999 A Certified Strength and Conditioning EXPERIENCE: Assistant AD-Strength & Conditioning: South Dakota State, 2011-Present Specialist and a USA Weightlifting Certified Club Head Strength & Conditioning Coach: South Dakota State, 2005-11 Coach, Moe also maintains certifications in the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach: Eastern Illinois, 2002-05 National Strength and Conditioning Association Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach: Rice University, 1999-2002 and the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Strength & Conditioning Graduate Assistant: University of Texas, 1997-99 Coaches Association. Nathan Moe joined the South Dakota State he oversaw the design and implementation of In May 2012, the Collegiate Strength and staff as the head strength and conditioning strength and conditioning programs for all 22 of Conditioning Coaches Association honored Moe coach in August 2005 and served in that posithe Panthers varsity sports. as a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach at tion until being promoted to assistant athletic Before his days with the Panthers in Moe its convention in Orlando, Fla. director for strength and conditioning in May worked as the assistant strength and conditionA Minnesota native, Moe graduated from 2011. ing coach at Rice University in Houston, Texas, Moorhead State University in Moorhead, Minn., Moe works directly with the Jackrabbit footwhere he worked with the Owls football strength in 1996, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in ball, volleyball, baseball and softball teams, and program, while being directly responsible for Exercise Science. He also earned all-conference he also oversees the design and implementation men’s and women’s track, men’s and women’s of the year-round strength and conditioning pro- tennis, women’s swimming, women’s soccer and honors as a linebacker for the 1995 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference champion grams for all of the Jackrabbits 21 varsity sports. men’s golf. From 1997 through the spring of 1999, Moe Dragons. Moe came to South Dakota State after headMoe and his wife Colleen live in Brookings worked as a graduate assistant in the strength ing the strength and conditioning program at with their son, Zachary and daughter Kylie. Eastern Illinois University for three years, where and conditioning program at the University of ASSISTANT AD – STRENGTH & CONDIDIONING: Nathan Moe, MEd. CSCS, RSCC*D, MSCC, SCCC, USAW

ASSISTANT STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH: ERIC ADOLPH ASSISTANT STRENGTH & CONDIDIONING COACH: Eric Adolph EDUCATION:

B.A. Sport Exercise: Dakota Wesleyan, 2009 M.S. Health and Nutrition Science: South Dakota State, 2012

EXPERIENCE:Assistant

Strength & Conditioning Coach: South Dakota State, 2012-Present Strength & Conditioning Graduate Asst.: South Dakota State, 2010-12

CERTIFICATIONS:

Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach

Eric Adolph joined the Jackrabbit staff as the assistant strength and conditioning coach in March 2012, after spending two years on the staff as a graduate assistant. A Flandreau native, Adolph completed his Master of Science degree in Health and Nutritional Science with an emphasis in Sports Science at South Dakota State in May of 2012. Adolph's main responsibilities include working directly with the soccer, women's basketball and baseball teams, while assisting with the

remaining 21 Varsity sports. In the past, he also worked directly with the Jackrabbit softball, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's Golf, equestrian and cheer teams A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, Adolph graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sport Exercise and Wellness.

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LOGAN OGDEN

JESSE RODRIGUEZ

ANDY STOCKS

CROSS COUNTRY EQUESTRIAN TRACK & FIELD

GOLF

WRESTLING SWIMMING & DIVING TENNIS

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SDSU SPORTS MEDICINE

In 2007, Stanley accepted the position of assistant athletic trainer for the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs, where he worked EDUCATION: B.S. Athletic Training: West Chester (Penn.), 2002 until joining the Jackrabbits. M.S. Kinesiology & Health Promotion: Kentucky, 2005 Stanley's other professional experience EXPERIENCE: Assistant-AD for Sports Medicine: South Dakota State, 2011-present includes internships with the NFL's New York Jets Director of Sports Medicine: South Dakota State, 2009-11 and the Philadelphia Wings of the Professional Assistant Athletic Trainer: Kansas City Chiefs, 2007-09 Indoor Lacrosse league. Assistant Athletic Trainer/Head Football Trainer: Northern Iowa, 2005-07 In addition to his athletic training experience, Stanley gave presentations at the National Owen Stanley brought a wealth of professional degree in kinesiology and health promotion at Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting and collegiate experience with him when he joined the University of Kentucky in 2005, while serving the Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association the South Dakota State staff in July 2009, where as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the Symposium. He also chaired the Young he oversees an athletic training staff that Wildcats' football and baseball teams. Professionals Committee of the Missouri Athletic includes five assistant trainers and five graduate Upon graduating from Kentucky, Stanley joined Trainers Association and served as an E-Mentor assistants. the athletic training staff at the University of for NATA. A native of Macungie, Pa., Stanley earned a Northern Iowa in 2005, working as the assistant bachelor's degree in athletic training from West director of athletic training services and head Chester University (Pa.) in 2002, and a master's football athletic trainer. DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICNE: Owen Stanley M.S., ATC, CSCS, EMT

VOLLEYBALL ATHLETIC TRAINER: LISA SPORS ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER: Lisa Spors SPORT ASSIGNMENTS: Volleyball, Swimming

and Diving

EDUCATION:

B.A. Athletic Training: Dakota Wesleyan, 2007 M.S. Health, Nutrition & Exercise Science: North Dakota State, 2009

EXPERIENCE:

Assistant Athltic Trainer: South Dakota State, 2009-present Athletic Training Graduate Assistant: North Dakota State, 2007-08

Lisa Spors joined the South Dakota State staff in 2009 as an assistant athletic trainer working with the Jackrabbit volleyball and swimming and diving teams. A Big Stone City, S.D., native, Spors graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, S.D., with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Athletic

Training in 2007. She then moved on to North Dakota State University, where she worked with the Bison Volleyball team as she pursued a Master of Science degree in Health, Nutrition and Exercise Science, which she completed in 2009. ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINERS

BEN HEINZE

DAVID KRAGNESS

DAVID RULE

LISA SPORS

SOCCER SOFTBALL

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEN’S/WOMEN���S TENNIS

FOOTBALL

VOLLEYBALL SWIMMING & DIVING

GRADUATE ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINERS

BRYCE KERN

STEVEN LABATE

DANISE MAAS

WRESTLIING

FOOTBALL

CROSS COUNTRY TRACK & FIELD

SAMANTHA PERRY JESSICA VANSWEDEN EQUESTRIAN SWIMMING & DIVING

SOFTBALL

DEREK WEST BASEBALL

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sdsu president: dr. david l. chicoine

A 1969 graduate of South Dakota State University, David L. Chicoine became the third alumnus to sit in the South Dakota State University president’s office when he took office on Jan. 1, 2007. The 19th president in school history met his wife, Marcia, whom he spotted in an English class to which he claims perfect attendance—after he noticed her there first, of course. President Chicoine spent the majority of the next 30 years away from South Dakota State working in higher education at the University of Illinois, where he held administrative posts, including Vice President of Technology and

Economic Development and Dean of the College of Agriculture. While vice president at the University of Illinois, President Chicoine helped launch IllinoisVENTURES, LLC, a seed and early-stage technology investment firm. He also reached new milestones each year in restructuring the university’s technology licensing offices. As its dean, President Chicoine transformed the College of Agriculture, leaving it with seven academic departments and an Information Technology unit in place of the previous 14 administrative units. He raised $134 million in private gifts (surpassing the campaign’s goal of $115 million) and increased the endowment to $60 million. Of the eight siblings in President Chicoine’s family, five attended State, including President

Chicoine and his brother Jeff, who finished school here the year before him. When President Chicoine graduated, he did so alongside former U.S. Senator Tom Daschle and several men and women who work at South Dakota State today. At State, President Chicoine also met longtime friend and colleague Robert Todd, with whom he worked with almost 30 years at the University of Illinois. The president and his wife, Marcia, live in Woodbine Cottage. Their family includes son Joshua, a Chicago-based musician; daughter-inlaw Laura Ellsworth; granddaughter Sylvie; and their late son Jason. President Chicoine serves as the 19th president of the University and the 17th to live in the historic cottage.

sdsu director of athletics: justin sell

Justin Sell joined the Jackrabbit staff on May 7, 2009 as the 12th director of athletics at South Dakota State University. "I love working as part of a team, and that's exactly how we work at SDSU," Sell said. "From President Chicoine, to the faculty and staff, administration, donors and fans, we all work together for the benefit of South Dakota State University and Jackrabbit Athletics." Sell oversees the Jackrabbits' 21-sport Division I varsity athletics program. Eighteen SDSU teams compete in The Summit League, while football competes in the Missouri Valley Football Conference of the Football Championship Subdivision and wrestling competes as a member of the Western Wrestling Conference. Women's equestrian competes under the umbrella of the National Collegiate Equestrian Association. Under Sell's leadership, SDSU athletics continues to make strides in athletic competition, in the classroom, in fundraising and in reconnecting with alumni. Athletically, the Jackrabbits claimed a total of 10 regular and postseason league championships in five different sports since 2009-10. That success earned SDSU The Summit League Commissioner's Cup all-sports trophy following the 2010-11 season, after a runner-up finish the year before. Also in 2010-11, SDSU earned the league's Sportsmanship Award, an award voted upon by their peers. In the classroom, Jackrabbit student-athletes continually post a grade-point average of 3.2 or 14

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higher in more than 70 different majors, which led SDSU to winning The Summit League's Institutional Academic Achievement Award for the 2009-10 academic year and the Missouri Valley Football Conference Academic Award in all four years in the league (2008-11). In January of 2011, Sell announced a partnership with Learfield Sports, signing a 10-year deal worth $13 million for SDSU athletics. Learfield Sports quickly established a Brookings-based entity known as "Jackrabbit Sports Properties" that directs all aspects of the partnership, including managing and selling multimedia and sponsorship rights for South Dakota State Athletics. In addition to the deal with Learfield Sports, Sell directed the implementation of the Letterwinners Club, which provides opportunities for Jackrabbit Athletics to reconnect and stay connected with former student-athletes, while supporting current student-athletes at South Dakota State. In the years to come, Sell wants to continue reconnecting with former Jackrabbit studentathletes and enhancing the athletic facilities while still maintaining success, both in competition, but more importantly, in the classroom. On the facilities front, Sell oversaw the completion of the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center in 2010, and developed the 2025 SDSU Athletic Facilities Master Plan. Additionally, Sell spearheaded efforts to add permanent seating and a press box at Erv Huether Field, chairback seating in both Frost Arena and CoughlinAlumni Stadium and continues working towards the building of an indoor practice facility and football stadium. Born in Salem, Ore., and raised in Columbus,

Ohio, Sell came to South Dakota State from the University of Northern Iowa, where he worked in various roles, both at the university and in the community for 10 years. He also worked at Villanova University, Syracuse University, Ohio State University and Bowling Green State University. Sell gained further experience working in the private sector for various sports teams and events. In the Brookings community, where Sell lives with his wife, Jennie, and their four children: Abbie, Zach, Josh and Eric, he serves as Vice President of the Brookings Chamber of Commerce, Vice President for the Brookings Friends of Baseball and on the Brookings Health System Board of Trustees. Sell earned his bachelor's degree in sport management from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in 1991 and completed a master's degree in physical education/sport administration at The Ohio State University in 1992.

SDSU PRESIDENT DAVID L. CHICOINE introduced JUSTIN SELL at a press conference on May 7, 2009


SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR: KATHY HEYLENS POSITIONS:

Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance Senior Woman Administrator

HOMETOWN: Watertown, S.D. PHONE: EMAIL:

(605) 688-5308 Kathy.Heylens@sdstate.edu

Kathy Heylens came to South Dakota State in July 1984 as a member of the staff in the admissions office before moving to athletics two years later as a senior secretary. Heylens became the institution’s first fulltime Compliance Coordinator in 1990 and continues those duties as the associate athletic director for compliance and senior woman administrator. Heylens manages all aspects of the athletics compliance program to ensure strict adherence with NCAA, affiliated conferences and university rules and regulations for amateurism, eligibility, recruiting, financial aid, awards and benefits, playing and practice seasons and enforcement.

As the SWA, she helps to create an environment where staff and student-athletes can achieve their goals. Heylens recently accepted an appointment of a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Legislative Council, which serves as the primary legislative body in the Division I governance structure. She also accepted an appointment to the four-member Legislative Council Administrative Committee, which acts on behalf of the full Legislative Council between meetings to transact routine items of business. She also serves on the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision Governance Committee.

In addition to her day-to-day duties, Heylens serves on the Undergraduate Experience Committee, Diversity Committee, Intercollegiate Athletics Board and Compliance Team. She also volunteers in the community as co-chair of the Brookings Food Pantry and serves as a member of the Brookings Committee for People With Disabilities. A Watertown, S.D., native, Kathy and her husband, Bill, live in Volga, S.D. and have two grown children. In her spare time Kathy enjoys reading, spending time at the lake and cheering on the Jacks!

SPORT SUPERVISOR: LEON COSTELLO POSITION:

Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Operations

HOMETOWN: EDUCATION:

PHONE: EMAIL:

Fairbank, Iowa

B.S. Physical Education & Sports Science – Loras (Iowa), 1998 M.S. Sport Management – Western Illinois University, 2002

(605) 688-6294 Leon.Costello@sdstate.edu

Leon Costello brought his comprehensive background in athletic marketing and administration from the University of Northern Iowa to the South Dakota State athletic staff in March 2010 as the senior associate athletic director for external affairs. In his role as a senior associate AD, Costello manages the external operations of the SDSU Athletic Department, which includes ticket operations, athletic marketing and sports information. He also serves as the department liaison for Jackrabbit Sports Properties and works as the sports supervisor for the Jackrabbit women's soccer, volleyball, men's basketball, wrestling and tennis teams. Before joining the Jackrabbits, Costello worked in a variety of roles for the Northern Iowa Athletic Department in his eight years on staff. From July 2008 until the end of his tenure at UNI, he served as the associate athletic director for external relations. In that position, he oversaw the marketing efforts for the

Panther athletic program, directed the Panther Scholarship Club and supervised the men's and women's golf programs. From 2005-08 Costello served as the assistant athletic director for marketing and promotions, where he assisted with the fundraising efforts of the McLeod Center capital project and coordinated all aspects for the athletic sales and marketing plan, including managing the Northern Iowa Sports Radio Network. Under his direction, sponsorship revenue increased by more than 200 percent and ticket revenue increased by more than 150 percent. In addition to increasing external exposure by securing two separate cable television agreements and adding radio affiliates, Costello also assisted in negotiating UNI’s 10-year agreement with Learfield Sports to provide additional marketing resources, and he developed programs like the Varsity Club, to reengage former Panther student-athletes. A native of Fairbank, Iowa, Costello graduated

from Loras College with a bachelor's degree in physical education and sport science in 1998. While at Loras, he also played for the Duhawk men's basketball team. Costello completed his master's degree from Western Illinois University in sport management in 2002 and served an internship in marketing and game operations with the Boston Celtics. In the fall of 2002, Northern Iowa hired him as its athletic marketing and promotions assistant, where he worked for a year before earning a promotion to director of athletic marketing and promotions in January 2003. Leon and his wife Heather live in Brookings with their daughter Cailin and son Michael.

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NIK AAMLID ASST. AD-ANNUAL GIVING

ERIC ADOLPH ASST. STRENGTH & COND.

KIM AGGABAO HEAD SOFTBALL COACH

SONJA ANDERSON WOMEN’S EQUIP. MANAGER

JARED BASZLER

KRISTIN BELZUNG

HEAD GOLF COACH

ASSISTANT VOLLEYBALL

CLINT BROWN ASSISTANT FOOTBALL

KAMERRA BROWN

JAY BUBAK ASSISTANT FOOTBALL

JAY CHRISTENSEN

BRIAN COOLEY ASST. MEN’S BASKETBALL

JESSE CURRIER

ROD DEHAVEN HEAD TRACK & CROSS COUNTRY

TIM DEWITT EQUIPMENT MANAGER

ERIC EIDSNESS

MICHAEL ENGDAHL

ASSISTANT FOOTBALL

HEAD TENNIS COACH

BRIAN GRUNZKE ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH

AUSTIN HANSEN ASST. MEN’S BASKETBALL

BEN HEINZE ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER

ROB KLINKEFUS ASST. MEN’S BASKETBALL

ASSISTANT EQUESTRIAN

ASHLEY JOACHIM AARON JOHNSTON ATHLETIC ACADEMIC ADVISOR HEAD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

LYNDON MCDOWELL ASST. TRACK & FIELD

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TYLER MERRIAM NATHAN MOE JACKRABBIT SPORTS NETWORK ASST. AD-SRENGTH & COND.

DAVE SCHRAGE HEAD BASEBALL COACH

KAY SCHRAGE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

NATASHA SCHREIBER

OWEN STANLEY DIR. OF SPORTS MEDICINE

JOHN STIEGELMEIER

RYAN SWEETER ASST. SPORTS INFORMATION

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH

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CHRIS BONO HEAD WRESTLING COACH

RACHEL BOONE

ASSISTANT FOOTBALL

JOSH DAVIS ASSISTANT FOOTBALL

MARC DAVIS FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

BRAD ERICKSON HEAD SWIM/DIVE COACH

KATIE FALCO ASST. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

JOHN FLYNN ASSISTANT FOOTBALL

NED GAVLICK TICKET OPERATIONS

JASON HOVE ASST. AD-SPORTS INFO

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MEET THE JACKRABBITS

THE 2012 JACKRABBITS

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JACKRABBIT SENIOR

#2

SHAY BIRATH • 5-7 • SENIOR • LIBERO

MARSHALL, MINN. • MARSHALL SENIOR H.S. • GRAPHIC DESIGN MAJOR CAREER STATISTICS SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2009…… 84-26 2010…… 121-30 2011…… 121-33

5 1 1

1 5 3

11 14 13

.364 -.286 -.154

16 51 34

1 9 20

4 10 17

21 36 16

156 556 641

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

1 3 3

YEAR

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326-89

7

9

38 -.053

101

30

31

73

1353

0

0

0

7

CAREER HIGHS KILLS ...............................................................................2, vs. IPFW, 10/16/09

DIGS .................................................................34, at

ATTACKS .....................................4, three

SOLO BLOCKS .....................................................................................................

times, last at Western Illinois, 10/14/11 SET ASSISTS ............................................................6, vs. Arkansas State 9/9/11 SERVICE ACES.....................................................................3, vs. IUPUI, 9/16/11

2011: Played in all 121 sets in her junior season ... led the team with 641 digs ... named to the all-tournament team at the season-opening SpringHill Suites Invitational hosted by Georgia Southern after posting double digit digs in all four matches ... named Summit League Defensive Player of the Week (9/19) ... set a career-high with six set assists vs. Arkansas State ... set a career-high with three service aces vs. IUPUI (9/16) ... became the 13th member of the SDSU 1,000-Digs Club and just the fifth junior to join the club at Oakland (9/24) ... set an SDSU 3-set record with 32 digs at Western Illinois (10/14) ... posted at least 20 digs 17 times including 11 of the final 13 matches of the season ... enters her senior season ranked fifth on the all-time digs list at SDSU with 1,353, which leaves her 577 shy of the SDSU career record of 1,929 2010: Started all 30 matches at libero and played in all 121 sets as a sophomore ... named Summit league Defensive Player of the Week twice (11/1 and 11/8) ... led the team with 556 digs ... set a careerhigh with two service aces vs. Long Island (8/28) ... set a career-high with four set assists vs. Oral Roberts (11/11) ... set a career-high with 24 digs vs. Green Bay (9/5) and then broke it again with 26 digs at Western Illinois (10/8) ... tied a career-mark with 26 digs at Oakland (10/16) and for a third time vs. Drake (10/19) before posting 34 digs at Southern Utah (10/29) for a new career-high ... recorded at least 11 digs in all but one match during the season, eclipsing the 20 digs mark 10 times 2009: Played in 84 of the team's 103 sets, including six starts in 26 matches ... finished fourth on the team with 156 digs ... hit double-digits for digs in a match for the first time in her career with 16 vs. Western Illinois (9/25) ... also tallied 16 digs in a five-set match at North Dakota State (11/7) ... set a career-high with 20 digs and recorded her first-career kill in a win at Southern Utah (10/3) ... set a career-high with two kills vs. IPFW (10/16) Before SDSU: Four-time all-conference selection ... two-time Minnesota Coaches Association all-state selection ... four-year varsity letterwinner and three-year team captain ... won four Southwest Conference championships, four section championships and one state title ... finished her career with a 96 percent serve percentage and as the school record holder with 1,568 digs ... four-year honor roll student

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Southern Utah, 10/28/10

BLOCK ASSISTS ................................................................................................... TOTAL BLOCKS ....................................................................................................


JACKRABBIT SENIOR

#7

KELLI FIEGEN • 6-3 • SENIOR • MIDDLE BLOCKER

PARKSTON, S.D. • PARKSTON H.S. • HEALTH PROMOTION MAJOR * Granted a medical redshirt following the 2009 season

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2008……. 81-22 191 77 536 .213 7 1 12 2 24 9 65 9 0 2009……* 31-8 100 33 207 .324 4 0 1 1 8 4 26 3 0 2010…… 116-29 352 83 713 .377 9 0 0 4 31 42 98 25 2 2011…… 131-33 422 106 913 .346 8 8 13 7 44 28 90 14 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.323 28 9 26 14 107 83 279 51 4 CAREER…. 349-92 1065 299 2369 CAREER HIGHS KILLS ...................................22, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11;

vs. Arkansas State, 9/9/11 ...............................46, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11; vs. Arkansas State, 9/9/11 SET ASSISTS............................................................2, vs. Arkansas State, 9/9/11 SERVICE ACES ...........................................................3, vs. Oral Roberts, 10/7/11

DIGS .....................................................................8, at

ATTACKS

SOLO BLOCKS .....................................................................5, at

USA Volleyball A2 Team: Invited to train and compete in the summer of 2011 and 2012 ... competed on Team Red at the USA Volleyball Open National Championships in Dallas, Texas in 2011 and on Team ?? in 2012

started 29 matches as a redshirt sophomore ... sat out vs. Drake (10/19) with an injury ... named to the all-tournament team at the Air Force Invitational ... named Summit League Offensive Player of the Week twice (9/7 and 11/1) ... named Summit League Women's Athlete of the Month for October ... led the team with 42 solo and with 98 block assists ... finished 46th in the nation with a 1.21 blocks per set average and 23rd in the nation with a team-high .377 hitting percentage ... broke the SDSU record for hitting percentage in a five-set match when she hit .593 (171-27) at Western Illinois (10/8) ... recorded the second-best hitting percentage in a five-set match when she hit .581 (19-1-31) vs. South Dakota (11/2) ... finished second on the team with 352 kills ... set a career-high with 10 total blocks and recorded her first-career double-double at Air Force (8/28) ... set a career-high with four solo blocks at North Dakota State (9/18), only to break the mark with five solo blocks at IPFW (10/15) ... tied a career-high with five digs at Southern Utah (10/29)

2011: Started all 121 sets as a junior ... all-Summit League first-team selection ... named to the all-tournament team at the SpringHill Suites Invitational hosted by Georgia Southern ... set SDSU 4-set record with a .773 hitting percentage (17-0-22) vs. Belmont (9/2) ... named to the alltournament team at the Jayhawk Invitational ... set a career-high with 22 kills and with 46 attacks vs. Arkansas State (9/9) ... named to the alltournament team at the Dr. Mary Jo Wynn Invitational ... named Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (9/12) ... set a career-high with two aces at South Dakota (10/3), only to break the mark with three aces four days later vs. Oral Roberts (10/7) ... tied a career-high with 22 kills and with 46 attacks vs. IPFW (10/22) ...led the team with 422 kills, a .346 hitting percentage and with 118 total blocks ... became the 15th Jackrabbit, and just the sixth junior, to reach the 1,000 kill milestone at Southern Utah (11/3) ... also recorded a career-high eight digs at Southern Utah ... posted double-digit kills in 22 of 33 matches ... enters her senior season ranked fourth all-time at SDSU with a .323 career hitting percentage, ranked seventh all-time with 279 block assists, eighth all-time with 83 solo blocks and 15th all-time with 1,065 kills 2010: Named the Summit League Player of the Year and all-Summit League first team following the regular season ... played in 116 sets and

Southern Utah, 11/3/11 IPFW, 10/15/10 BLOCK ASSISTS ...............................8, at Air Force, 8/28/10; vs. IUPUI, 10/11/08 TOTAL BLOCKS ...............................................................10, at Air Force, 8/28/10

2009: Saw action in 32 sets over eight matches before injuries ender her season ... granted a medical redshirt, reinstating another year of eligibility ... season ended with 100 kills still finished third on the team with four solo blocks and fifth with 26 total blocks ... set a career-high with 19 kills at Wyoming (8/28) ... followed that up with 18 kills vs. Rutgers (8/29) ... recorded double-digit kills in seven of the eight matches she played 2008: Played in 81 of the team's 100 sets, despite missing four matches due to injury ... led the team with 65 block assists ... finished second on the team with 74 total blocks ... debuted with 11 kills and one error in 26 attempts for a .385 hitting percentage vs. Southeast Missouri (8/29) ... set or tied career-highs in block assists (eight), solo blocks (one) and total blocks (nine) against IUPUI (10/11) ... set a career-high with 17 kills vs. IPFW (11/8) Before SDSU: Five-time varsity letterwinner in volleyball, basketball and track and field ... earned volleyball all-conference and team MVP honors in 2004-07 ... Mitchell Daily Republic Player of the Year and all-state selection in 2005 and in 2007 ... finished her high school career with 1,376 kills, 349 solo blocks and 119 block assists ... set the Class 'A' state tournament record for blocks with 19 in 2007... earned all-conference honors in basketball from 2005-08 ... 2007 state discus champion ... named track MVP in 2006-07 ... Academic Athletic Team Award winner from 2003-08 ... Roll of Excellence honoree from 2004-08 ... two-year member of the National Honor Society 2012 JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL

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JACKRABBIT SENIOR

#19

KELSEY HANSEN • 6-3 • SENIOR • RS HITTER

BENNINGTON, NEB. • BENNINGTON H.S. • HPER MAJOR CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2009…… 2010…… 2011……

41-19 47-16 43-19

19 62 33

13 27 23

84 149 124

.071 .235 .081

2 2 5

5 0 0

6 2 0

2 0 1

16 24 14

3 0 1

17 27 16

3 6 5

0 2 1

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CAREER….

131-54

114

63

357

.143

9

5

8

3

54

4

60

14

3

CAREER HIGHS KILLS .....................................................................11, vs. Long

Island, 8/28/10

ATTACKS .........................................................................25, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11 SET ASSISTS .......................................1, nine

times, last at Oral Roberts, 11/5/11 IPFW, 9/19/09

SERVICE ACES .......................................................................2, at

2011: Played 43 sets over 19 matches, with seven starts as a junior ... her first kill of the season completed the Jackrabbits sweep of NebraskaOmaha (9/6) ... recorded 10 kills against IPFW (10/22), hitting .320 (10-2-25) with a career-high 25 attacks in the process ... also set a season-high with a solo block and four block assists vs. IPFW 2010: Played in 47 of the team's 121 sets and in 16 matches with seven starts ... recorded 62 kills, 24 digs and 27 block assists on the season ... set career-highs with 11 kills, 19 attacks and with six block assists vs. Long Island (8/28) 2009: Saw action in 41 sets over 19 matches, including six starts ... recored 19 kills and 20 total blocks ... had a season best three kills on 11 attempts against Western Illinois (9/25) and had three kills in a home match vs. Northern Iowa (10/28) ... set a season best mark with five total blocks at Western Illinois (10/24) Before SDSU: Team captain as a senior ... earned first-team all-conference and all-state honorable mention honors in both her junior and senior seasons ... named second-team all-conference, all-state honorable mention and all-area honorable mention as a sophomore ... holds the Bennington High School career records for kills (673), blocks (237) and service aces (137) ... also holds the school record for blocks in a season with 81 ... also earned four varsity letters in basketball and one in track ... first-team all-conference selection in sophomore through senior seasons in basketball ... all-conference captain as a senior ... first-team all-state basketball selection in junior and senior seasons ... all-state honorable mention in her freshman and sophomore years ... two-year member of the National Honor Society ... a four-year honoree on the President's/Dean’s List honor roll ... a teammate of fellow Jackrabbit Kaitlin Klingemann on the Nebraska Elite club team

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DIGS...................................................................6, at Western

Illinois, 10/24/09 times, last vs. IPFW, 10/22/11 BLOCK ASSISTS ..........................................................6, vs. Long Island, 8/28/10 TOTAL BLOCKS ...........................................................6, vs. Long Island, 8/28/10 SOLO BLOCKS .............................................1, four


JACKRABBIT SENIOR

#1

KELLY HERRMANN • 6-0 • SENIOR • OUTSIDE HITTER RAPID CITY, S.D. • STEVENS H.S. • POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJOR CAREER STATISTICS SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2009…… 87-27 2010…… 115-30 2011…… 119-33

139 145 198

62 78 78

486 587 828

.158 .114 .145

7 35 36

0 11 11

1 18 17

5 40 24

54 314 378

4 2 6

37 34 33

5 6 3

1 0 3

YEAR

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321-90

482 218

1901

.139

78

22

36

69

746

13

104

14

4

CAREER HIGHS KILLS ....................................................................16, vs. Oral

Roberts, 10/7/11 Roberts, 10/7/11 SET ASSISTS .............................5, at Air Force, 8/28/10, vs. Boise State, 8/27/10 SERVICE ACES ........................................................3, vs. Montana State, 8/26/11

DIGS .......................................................................vs. South

ATTACKS ................................................................50, vs. Oral

SOLO BLOCKS.........................................................2, at Western

Dakota, 11/12/11 Illinois, 10/8/10 BLOCK ASSISTS .........................................................6, vs. Oral Roberts, 9/12/09 TOTAL BLOCKS ..........................................................6, vs. Oral Roberts, 9/12/09

2011: Played in 119 of 121 during her junior season, with starts in all but one match ... set a career-high with three services aces vs. Montana State (8/26) ... posted her fourth career double-double with 10 kills and a season-high 20 digs vs. IUPUI (9/16) ... recorded double-digit digs in 20 matches and double-digit kills seven times ... set a career-high with 16 kills and posted her third double-double of the season vs. Oral Roberts (10/7) ... also recorded double-doubles vs. Oakland (10/21), vs. IPFW (10/22) and at Oral Roberts (11/5) ... tied a career-high with 22 digs at North Dakota State (10/28) ... topped her career-high in digs with 23 vs. UMKC (11/11) and then again with 27 digs vs. South Dakota (11/12) ... also recorded her seventh double-double of the season and ninth of her career against UMKC ... finished the season ranked second on the team with 378 digs

2010: Saw action in 115 of the teams 121 sets and in all 30 matches with 28 starts ... posted 145 kills on the season and finished second on the team with 314 digs ... also recorded 61 total blocks, five solo and 56 block assists ... set a career-high with 17 digs vs. Boise State (8/27) and then broke that mark with 22 digs vs. Drake (10/19), only to tie the mark three days later vs. IUPUI (10/22) ... set a career-high with five set assists vs. Boise State and then tied the mark vs. Air Force (8/28) ... also set a career-high with a pair of service aces at Air Force ... tied a career-high with two service aces vs. South Dakota (11/2) ... recorded her first-career double-double and set a career-high with two solo blocks at Western Illinois (10/8) ... recorded her second-career double-double with 11 kills and 22 digs vs. Drake 2009: Played in 87 of the team's 103 sets with starts in 18 of the 27 matches ... finished her first season at SDSU with 139 kills and 41 total blocks ... tallied a season-high six block assists in a win over Oral Roberts (9/12) ... set a career-high with nine digs in a five-set home win over Western Illinois (9/25) ... recorded back-to-back double-digit kills with 10 at UMKC (10/1) and 11 at Southern Utah (10/3) ... set a career-high with 12 kills with a .423 hitting percentage in a 3-1 win at Western Illinois (10/24) ... matched her career-high with 12 kills at North Dakota State (11/7) Before SDSU: Recorded 375 kills, 102 digs and 45 aces in earning firstteam all-conference honors as a senior captain ... named to all-tournament team at the Class 'AA' state tournament ... named to the Best of the West first-team by the Rapid City Journal in 2008 ... also earned firstteam all-conference and all-tournament team honors as a junior when the Raiders won the Class 'AA' state title ... all-conference honorable mention as a sophomore ... played club volleyball for the 2005-08 team state champion Black Hills junior team ... also earned five varsity letters in track, including four top-four medalist honors in shot put and discus for Stevens girls track team, who won 13-straight state 'AA' titles ... four-year honor roll student

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JACKRABBIT SENIOR

#8

KAITLIN KLINGEMANN • 6-3 • SENIOR • MIDDLE BLOCKER OMAHA, NEB. • MILLARD NORTH H.S. • SOCIOLOGY MAJOR CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR

SP-MP

2009…… 90-26 2010…… 119-30 2011…… 116-32

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

173 62 285 85 304 111

420 625 874

.264 .320 .221

24 18 14

4 28 34

9 33 36

2 0 5

46 91 112

3 8 3

52 69 68

4 4 6

3 2 2

K

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CAREER….

325-88

762 258

1919

.263

56

66

78

7

249

14

189

14

7

CAREER HIGHS KILLS ..................................................................18, vs. South

Dakota, 11/2/10

SERVICE ACES ........................................................6, vs. Montana

Georgia Southern, 8/26/11 State, 8/26/11

Georgia Southern, 8/26/11 ......................................................2, vs. Central Michigan, 9/5/09 BLOCK ASSISTS .........................7, vs. IUPUI, 9/16/11; vs. Oral Roberts, 11/11/10 TOTAL BLOCKS ......................................7, three times, last vs. Oakland, 10/21/11

2011: Played in 116 of 121 sets as a junior ... sat out at Southern Utah (11/2) due to illness, but played in all of the 32 other matches ... set a career-high with six service aces vs. Montana State (8/26) ... posted her first-career double-double with 13 kills and a career-high 12 digs at Georgia Southern (8/26) ... named to the all-tournament team at the Jayhawk Invitational hosted by Kansas ... tied a career-high with seven block assists vs. IUPUI (9/16) ... tied a career-high with seven total blocks, one solo and six block assists, vs. Oakland (10/21) ... finished the season ranked second on the team with 304 kills, leaving her 238 shy of becoming the 16th member of the SDSU 1,000-Kills Club ... her 189 block assists also put her on pace to crack to the all-time top-10 in block assists at SDSU

Before SDSU: Team captain during senior season ... first-team all-state selection as a senior, honorable mention all-state as a junior ... earned Nebraska Super-State second-team and all-metro first-team as a senior ... selected to play in the 2009 Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Game ... recorded 288 kills with a hitting percentage over .400 in her senior season ... also recorded 84 block and 50 service aces as a senior ... Elite Club teams advanced to the national tournament in each of her final two years, finishing fifth in 2008 ... four-time academic letter winner ... four-year honor roll student ... graduated with honors ... received National Honor Society and Greater Omaha Sports Committee nominations ... a teammate of fellow Jackrabbit Kelsey Hansen on the Nebraska Elite club team

ATTACKS .........................................................................46, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11 SET ASSISTS .......................................................4, at

2010: Started all 30 matches and played in 119 of 121 sets as a sophomore ... finished second on the team with a .320 hitting percentage, with 28 service aces and with 77 total blocks; eight solo and 69 block assists ... finished third on the team with 285 kills ... tied a career-high with three service aces vs. Long Island (8/28), vs. South Dakota (9/18), at IPFW (10/15), at Oakland (10/16) and vs. North Dakota State (11/6) ... set a new career-high with eight digs vs. IUPUI (10/22) ... tied a careermark with eight digs at Southern Utah (10/29) ... set a career-high with 15 kills vs. Drake (10/19), and then tied the mark three days later vs. IUPUI ... broke her own career-mark with 18 kills vs. South Dakota (11/2) ... set a career-high with seven block assists in a pivotal win vs. Oral Roberts (11/11) 2009: Played in 90 out of 103 sets with starts in 22 of the 27 matches ... earned Summit League all-freshman team honors after finishing the season with 173 kills, a team best .264 hitting percentage and 55 total blocks, three solo and 52 block assists ... set a career-high with 14 kills and six block assists in a home win over Western Illinois (9/25) ... tied her career-best with 14 kills at Southern Utah (10/3) ... hit a season best .538 (7-0-13) in a home match against IPFW (10/16) ... ended the season with nine kills with no errors on 19 attempts (.474), a career-high three service aces and two digs in a win at Centenary (11/14)

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JACKRABBIT SENIOR

#12

BAILEY PHILIPPOT • 6-0 • SENIOR • RS HITTER

ST. CLAUDE, MANITOBA • ST. CLAUDE H.S. • INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2010…… 2011……

69-21 43-22

124 52

53 31

402 220

.177 .095

4 3

0 0

0 0

0 2

32 26

2 0

25 10

4 2

0 0

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112-43

176

84

622

.148

7

0

0

2

58

2

35

6

0

CAREER HIGHS KILLS ............................................................................12, vs. IUPUI, 10/22/10

DIGS ...............................................................................5, vs. IUPUI, 10/22/10

ATTACKS ......................................................................30, vs. Oakland, 10/1/10

SOLO BLOCKS ..........................1, at

SET ASSISTS ................................1, seven

BLOCK ASSISTS ...................................................................4, at

times, last vs. South Dakota, 11/12/11 SERVICE ACES .....................................................................................................

IPFW, 10/15/10; at Western Illinois, 10/8/10 IPFW, 10/15/10 TOTAL BLOCKS ....................................................................5, at IPFW, 10/15/10

2011: Played in 43 sets over 22 matches as a junior with two starts ... came in strong off the bench with 10 kills, four digs and three block assists vs. Western Illinois (6/17) ... finished with nine kills and a .400 hitting percentage (9-1-20) at UMKC (9/19) 2010: Sat out the first seven matches of the season with injuries ... played in 69 sets over 21 matches with five starts since she debuted in the final three sets vs. Southern Utah (9/11) ... finished the season with 124 kills, 32 digs and with 27 total blocks; two solo and 25 block assists ... recorded seven kills in 19 attacks with just one miscue in her Jackrabbit debut for a .316 hitting percentage ... set a career-high with four block assists and with five total blocks at IPFW (10/15) ... recorded season-highs with 12 kills and with five digs vs. IUPUI (10/22) 2009: Played in five sets over two matches as a freshman at the University of Houston ... finished the season with two kills in eight attempts with two errors Before SDSU: four-year volleyball letterwinner ... named a Provincial All-Star following her junior and senior seasons ... two-time Zone Champion ... two-time Provincial Bronze Medalist ... won the 2008 Players Choice Award ... 2008 graduating All-Star ... named to the 2008 U17 provincial team ... also lettered twice in track and field, twice in curling, once in softball and once in basketball ... three-time provincial long jump champion ... Governor General award winner ... vice president of the graduation committee ... four-year honor roll student with highest grade point average

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JACKRABBIT JUNIOR

#9

LEXI FOWLER • 5-9 • JUNIOR • SETTER

CENTENNIAL, COLO. • CHERRY CREEK H.S. • NURSING MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2010…… 8-6 2011…… 121-33

2 93

0 22

4 300

.500 .237

33 1192

0 19

1 25

0 1

8 297

0 1

2 40

1 5

3 27

YEAR

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129-39

95

22

304

.240

1225

19

26

1

305

1

42

6

30

CAREER HIGHS KILLS.....................................................................9, vs. Arkansas

DIGS .........................................................................22, vs. Oakland, 10/21/11

ATTACKS ...............................................................19, vs. Arkansas

State, 9/9/11 State, 9/9/11 SET ASSISTS ....................................................................56, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11 SERVICE ACES .....................................................4, vs. Appalachian State, 9/2/11

SOLO BLOCKS ............................................................1, at

2011: The Jacks primary setter started all 121 sets, posting 1,192 set assists in her first season as a starter ... recorded her first-career double-double with 39 set assists and 13 digs at Georgia Southern (8/26) ... posted career-highs with six kills in 15 attacks vs. Jacksonville (8/27) ... set a career-high with three block assists at Kansas (9/3) ... set career-highs with nine kills and 19 attacks vs. Arkansas State (9/9) ... set a career-high with 53 set assists and added 11 digs for her secondcareer double-double vs. IUPUI (9/16) ... also tied a career-high with three block assists in the win over the Jaguars ... tied a career-high with 13 digs and posted her third-career double-double at UMKC (9/19) ... set a career-high with 15 digs vs. Southern Utah (10/8), only to break the mark with 22 vs. Oakland (10/21) ... tied a career-high with three block assists vs. IPFW (10/22) ... recorded her first-career solo block at Oral Roberts (11/5) ... recorded her team-leading 11th double-double vs. UMKC (11/11) with 49 set assists and with 17 digs 2010: Played in eight sets over six matches in her first season as a Jackrabbit ... recorded a season-high 22 set assists and three digs vs. Green Bay (9/5) ... also recorded three digs at Centenary (9/24) Before SDSU: Two-year volleyball letterwinner ... three-year captain ... named team's most valuable player following the 2006, 2008 and 2009 seasons ... finished the 2009 season with 36 kills, 40 service aces, 44 total blocks, 140 digs and a team-high 535 set assists

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Oral Roberts, 11/5/11 vs. IUPUI, 9/16/11; at Kansas, 9/3/11 TOTAL BLOCKS ........3, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11; vs. IUPUI, 9/16/11; at Kansas, 9/3/11 BLOCK ASSISTS.......3, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11;


JACKRABBIT JUNIOR

#5

AMANDA STOUT • 5-3 • JUNIOR • DEF. SPECIALIST PIERRE, S.D. • T.F. RIGGS H.S. • NURSING MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2010…… 7-4 2011…… 111-33

0 2

0 0

0 13

.000 .154

0 12

1 4

0 8

6 29

11 166

0 0

0 1

0 0

0 2

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CAREER….

118-37

2

0

13

.154

12

5

8

35

177

0

1

0

2

CAREER HIGHS KILLS .........................1, at Western

DIGS ..............................................................................16, vs. IPFW, 10/22/11

ATTACKS ............................................................3, at

Illinois, 10/14/11; vs. Kansas State, 9/10/11 Georgia Southern, 8/26/11 SET ASSISTS .......................................................3, at Georgia Southern, 8/26/11 SERVICE ACES ..................................1, five times, last vs. Northern Iowa, 11/7/11

SOLO BLOCKS ..................................................................................................... BLOCK ASSISTS

........................................................1, at North Dakota, 9/27/11

TOTAL BLOCKS ....................................................................................................

2011: Came in off the bench in all 33 matches as a sophomore and played in 111 of the 121 sets ... recorded a career-high three set assists at Georgia Southern (8/26) ... recorded her first career kill vs. Kansas State (9/10) ... notched her first career block assist at North Dakota (9/27) ... set a career-high 16 digs vs. IPFW (10/22) ... also posted double-digit digs at Oral Roberts (11/5) and at home against UMKC (11/11) 2010: Played in seven sets over four matches, with one start in her freshman campaign ... recorded three digs in her Jackrabbit debut at North Dakota State (9/18) ... also recorded a service ace and six digs in three sets vs. South Dakota (9/18) in her only start of the seaon ... also posted a pair of digs vs. Centenary (11/13) Before SDSU: Four-year varsity letterwinner and two-year team captain ... three-time all-conference selection ... earned all-state and alltournament team honors following her junior season ... finished her high school career with 116 kills, 635 digs, 83 service aces and a school record 1,730 set assists ... also holds the school record for set assists in a season with 763 and in a match with 48 ... named Miss volleyball by her teammates following her senior year ... named T.F. Riggs female Athlete of the Year for the 2009-10 school year ... also earned three varsity letters in basketball ... four-year honor roll student ... member of Teens Against Tobacco Use member ... also participated in Youth Involvement Program

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MARGIT HANSING • 6-0 • SOPHOMORE • OUTSIDE HITTER URBANDALE, IOWA • URBANDALE H.S. • PRE-PHARMACY MAJOR CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR

SP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

2011……

52-26

35

31

176

.023

3

2

2

7

24

7

8

0

0

CAREER HIGHS KILLS ...........................................10, at

DIGS .....................................5, at

ATTACKS .......................................25, at

Southern Utah, 11/3/11 Southern Utah, 11/3/11 SET ASSISTS ......1, three times, last at North Dakota St., 10/28/11 SERVICE ACES ......1, two times, last at North Dakota St., 10/28/11

SOLO BLOCKS ..................................3, at

North Dakota State, 10/28/11 Southern Utah, 11/3/11 BLOCK ASSISTS .. 2, at Oral Roberts, 11/5/11; vs. Hofstra, 9/9/11 TOTAL BLOCKS .........3, three times, last at Southern Utah, 11/3/11

2011: Played in 52 sets over 26 matches as a freshman, with a trio of starts ... debuted against Appalachian State (9/2) ... cracked the stat sheet for the first time in a win over Belmont with six kills and a block assist (9/2) ... recorded two solo blocks and a block assist at North Dakota (9/27) ... also finished with six kills vs. North Dakota State (10/1) ... set a career-high with five digs at North Dakota State (10/28) ... set career-highs with 10 kills and with three solo blocks at Southern Utah (11/3) Before SDSU: Four-year volleyball letterwinner ... team captain in 2010 ... posted 419 kills and hit .315 as a senior in leading her team to the 2010 state tournament ... also added 230 digs, 69 total blocks and 51 service aces ... named first team all-conference and first team all-district following her senior season ... earned all-Des Moines Register All-Central Iowa Metro League Elite Team selections in 2009 and 2010 ... selected to play in the 2010 state senior girls all-star game ... earned academic allconference honors in volleyball, tennis and softball in 2010 ... served in the student senate and in the National Conference on Youth Leadership ... four year honor roll student ... member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society

#21 JOCELYN

LEICHNER • 6-0 • SOPHOMORE • OUTSIDE HITTER

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ • DESERT MOUNTAIN H.S. • SOCIOLOGY MAJOR CAREER STATISTICS AT NEW MEXICO STATE YEAR

SP-MP

K

E

TA

2011……

36-23

29

18

74

PCT. .149

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

0

2

0

5

8

0

7

0

0

CAREER HIGHS AT NEW MEXICO STATE KILLS ....................................................7, vs. Grambling, 9/2/11

DIGS .............................3, two

ATTACKS ............................................17, at Texas

SOLO BLOCKS .............................................................................

State, 9/10/11 SET ASSISTS ............................................................................... SERVICE ACES .........................................2, vs. Grambling, 9/2/11

Before SDSU: Transferred to SDSU after one season at New Mexico State in Las Cruces, N.M., where she posted 29 kills, eight digs and seven block assists for the Aggies in 36 sets over 23 matches ... four-year varsity letterwinner in volleyball ... led the Wolves to consecutive state runner-up finishes in 2009 and 2010 ... earned Northeast Valley Player of the Year honors, Desert Valley Region MVP and a selection to the City of Scottsdale all-city team in 2009 ... Northeast Valley Region first-team and City of Scottsdale all-city honoree in 2010

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times, last at Texas State, 9/10/11

BLOCK ASSISTS .....................................2, at Texas TOTAL BLOCKS ......................................2, at Texas

State, 9/10/11 State, 9/10/11


JACKRABBIT REDSHIRT FRESHMEN

#6

SYDNEY HOWARD

5-11 • REDSHIRT

FRESHMAN

#11

WAGNER LARSON

6-2 • REDSHIRT

FRESHMAN

SETTER

MIDDLE BLOCKER

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.

CEDAR FALLS H.S.

ROOSEVELT H.S.

NURSING MAJOR

PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR

2011: Redshirted

2011: Redshirted

Before SDSU: A team captain in both her junior and senior seasons ... named team MVP following the 2009 and 2010 seasons ... started all 94 sets in her senior year, posting 751 set assists, 299 digs, 114 kills, 66 blocks and 26 services aces ... first team all-state selection following her senior season ... unanimous first team all-conference and first team alldistrict selection in each of the last two seasons and first team all-metro in each of the last three seasons ... one of 32 seniors chosen to play in the 2010 Senior All-Star Game ... ranks second in Cedar Falls High School history in career assists and career digs, and third all-time in blocks and services aces ... works part time as a certified nursing assistant at a retirement home

Before SDSU: 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year ... a four-year letterwinner in volleyball ... led Roosevelt to a runner up finish at the 2010 state tournament ... finished her senior season with a school record .527 hitting percentage and led her team with 376 kills ... first team all-conference, first team all-state and all-tournament team selection in both 2009 and 2010 ... named to the 2010 all-city team ... also earned three varsity letters in basketball ... academic all-conference selection ... honor roll student ... member of the National Honor Society

#18

ALANNA PENGILLY

5-3 • REDSHIRT

FRESHMAN

DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST WATERTOWN, S.D. WATERTOWN H.S. BIOLOGY MAJOR

2011: Redshirted Before SDSU: Three-year volleyball letterwinner ... all-conference selection in 2009 and 2010 ... named team captain and team MVP in 2010, when the earned selections to the all-state second team and the all-tournament team following the Class AA State Tournament ... led all of Class AA in total digs and in digs per game as a senior ... also earned two letters in basketball ... academic all-state selection in both volleyball and basketball ... four-year honor roll student ... member of the National Honor Society

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JACKRABBIT FRESHMEN

#3

KACEY HERRMANN

#10

LIZZIE PALMER

6-0 • FRESHMAN

5-8 • FRESHMAN

OUTSIDE HITTER

DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST

RAPID CITY, S.D.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.

STEVENS H.S.

LINCOLN H.S.

BUSINESS ECONOMICS MAJOR

PRE-PHARMACY MAJOR

Before SDSU: Four-year varsity letterwinner ... set Stevens High School record with 927 kills ... led the team with 290 kills in 2010 and 251 in 2011 ... all-Greater Dakota Conference first-team selection and all-state second-team selection in 2010 and 2011 ... all-tournament team selection in 2010 ... also competed on the Stevens track and field team, where she won numerous state titles on the Raider relay teams, and helped lead to the team to a trio of state team titles ... posted a 3.951 GPA in high school ... two-year member of the National Honor Society ... two-year member of Future Business Leaders of America

Before SDSU: Four-year varsity letterwinner ... starting libero for Patriots' back-to-back Class 'AA' state titles in 2010 and 2011 ... earned all-Greater Dakota Conference second-team honors in 2009 and 2011 ... all-city team honors and second-team all-state selection in 2011 ... finished high school career with 1,528 digs ... also lettered in track and field ... earned AP Scholar, Regent Scholar and Presidential Scholar accolades in 2012 ... two-year member of the National Honor Society ... three-year member of the Spanish National Honor Society Personal: Sister of former Jackrabbit volleyball player Emily Palmer

Personal: Sister of Jackrabbit senior outside hitter Kelly Herrmann

#14 COURTNEY ROBERTS 6-1 • FRESHMAN MIDDLE BLOCKER BRANDON, MANITOBA CROCUS PLAINS SECONDARY EDUCATION MAJOR

Before SDSU: Led the Plainsmen to four city championships, two provincial semifinal appearances and two provincial finals ... earned tournament all-star selections at two tournaments and graduating allstar honors in 2011 ... also competed in softball in high school

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2012 OPPONENTS

SE MISSOURI STATE

IOWA

CHICAGO STATE

AT HAWKEYE CHALLENGE

AT HAWKEYE CHALLENGE

AT HAWKEYE CHALLENGE

IOWA CITY, IOWA

IOWA CITY, IOWA

IOWA CITY, IOWA

• FRIDAY, AUG. 24 – 2 P.M.

• FRIDAY, AUG. 24 – 7 P.M.

• SATURDAY, AUG. 25 – 10 A.M.

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS QUICK FACTS Girardeau, Mo. LOCATION ............................................Iowa City, Iowa LOCATION .................................................Chicago, Ill. ENROLLMENT ...................................................11,510 ENROLLMENT ...................................................30,893 ENROLLMENT .....................................................6,300 NICKNAME ...................................................Redhawks NICKNAME ...................................................Hawkeyes NICKNAME ......................................................Cougars COLORS ................................................Red and Black COLORS...............................................Black and Gold COLORS .............................................Green and White HOME COURT ...................................Houck Field House HOME COURT ............................Carver-Hawkeye Arena HOME COURT .............................Jacoby Dickens Center CAPACITY ..........................................................1,000 CAPACITY ..........................................................8,715 CAPACITY ..........................................................2,500 CONFERENCE...............................................Ohio Valley CONFERENCE ....................................................Big Ten CONFERENCE ...............................................Great West HEAD COACH ............................................Julie Folliard HEAD COACH......................................Sharon Dingman HEAD COACH ..............................................Bob Eskew ALMA MATER ....................................Milwaukee, 2002 ALMA MATER .........................Northern Michigan, 1984 ALMA MATER ................................Chicago State, 1976 RECORD AT SCHOOL....................14-19, Second Season RECORD AT SCHOOL ........................45-81, Fifth Season RECORD AT SCHOOL .........................3-61, Third Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same CAREER RECORD .......................381-291, 22nd Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES .........Nikki Buchholz, Kayani Turner ASSISTANT COACHES ....................Jason Allen, Ben Boldt ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH .........................Antonio Pavlov 2011 RECORD .................................................14-19 2011 RECORD .................................................11-22 2011 RECORD ...................................................3-28 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH...........................12-9/4th CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................1-19/t-11th CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH.............................2-8/5th VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...............................Nick Seeman VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...............................Patrick Sojka VOLLEYBALL CONTACT..............................Corey Miggins E-MAIL........................................nseeman@semo.edu E-MAIL ................................Patrick-Sojka@uiowa.edu E-MAIL...........................................cmiggins@csu.edu CELL PHONE ........................................612-741-0550 CELL PHONE ........................................563-299-0988 OFFICE PHONE .....................................773-995-2217 ATHLETIC WEBSITE .............................GoSoutheast.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE .........................HawkeyeSports.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE ..........................GoCSUcougars.com LOCATION ....................................Cape

SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits won the first and only meeting between the two teams, a season-opening 3-1 win on Aug. 29, 2008 at the Blue Raider Bash in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

SERIES NOTES The Hawkeyes lead the all-time series 2-0, including a 2-0 win at the Drake Invitational in October of 1978, and a 3-1 win on Sept. 4, 2009 at the Green Bay Classic, in Green Bay, Wis.

SERIES NOTES First Meeting

VALPARAISO

GONZAGA

EASTERN WASHINGTON

AT HAWKEYE CHALLENGE

AT GONZAGA TOURNAMENT

AT GONZAGA TOURNAMENT

SPOKANE, WASH

SPOKANE, WASH

• SATURDAY, AUG. 25 – 2 P.M. VALPARAISO, IND.

• WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26 – 7 P.M.

• FRIDAY, AUG. 31 – 6 P.M. PT

• SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 – 12 P.M. PT

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

LOCATION ............................................Valparaiso, Ind.

LOCATION ............................................Spokane, Wash.

LOCATION ..............................................Cheney, Wash.

ENROLLMENT .....................................................3,980

ENROLLMENT .....................................................7,837

ENROLLMENT ...................................................12,130

NICKNAME ...................................................Crusaders

NICKNAME ............................................Bulldogs, Zags

NICKNAME ........................................................Eagles and Gold COLORS.......................................Blue, White and Red COLORS................................................Red and White HOME COURT ......................Athletics-Recreation Center HOME COURT ..........................................Martin Centre HOME COURT ............................................Reese Court CAPACITY ..........................................................5,000 CAPACITY ..........................................................2,000 CAPACITY ..........................................................6,000 CONFERENCE........................................Horizon League CONFERENCE .............................West Coast Conference CONFERENCE ...................................................Big Sky HEAD COACH..............................................Carin Avery HEAD COACH ..............................................Dave Gantt HEAD COACH ..............................................Miles Kydd ALMA MATER ......................................Ball State, 1996 ALMA MATER .................University of Great Falls, 1978 ALMA MATER .......................Univeristy of Regina, 1984 RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................241-96, 11th Season RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................22-64, Fourth Season RECORD AT SCHOOL ........................57-56, Fifth Season CAREER RECORD ........................296-120, 13th Season CAREER RECORD ........................230-224, 18th Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACH .................................Craig Cromwell ASSISTANT COACHES ...............Allen Allen, Abby Bennett ASSISTANT COACHES ...............Lisa Westlake, Wes Walker 2011 RECORD .................................................20-15 2011 RECORD ...................................................8-19 2011 RECORD .................................................13-15 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH.............................9-7/4th CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH...........................2-14/9th CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH.............................9-7/4th VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...............................Aaron Leavitt VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .....................................Liz Smith VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .............................Cara Schlinger E-MAIL .................................Aaron.Leavitt@valpo.edu E-MAIL ...........................smith@athletics.gonzaga.edu E-MAIL ........................................cschlinger@ewu.edu CELL PHONE ........................................219-476-6680 OFFICE PHONE .....................................509-435-8660 CELL PHONE ........................................509-847-8465 ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...........................ValpoAthletics.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE .....................................GoZags.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE.....................................GoEags.com COLORS .............................................Brown

SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits won the first and only meeting between the two teams 3-0, on Sept. 9, 2006 at the Cyclone Classic in Ames, Iowa.

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SERIES NOTES SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 2-0, including The Eagles won the first and only meeting between a 3-0 win at the Oregon Kickoff Classic in Eugene, the two teams 3-2 at the Oregon Kickoff Classic in Ore., on Aug. 26, 2005 and a 3-2 win exactly one Eugene, Ore., on Aug. 27, 2005. year later in the Jackrabbit Kickoff Tournament at Frost Arena in Brookings.


2012 OPPONENTS

UC RIVERSIDE

NORTH DAKOTA

GREEN BAY

AT GONZAGA TOURNAMENT

BROOKINGS, S.D.

JACKRABBIT INVITATIONAL

SPOKANE, WASH

FROST ARENA

FROST ARENA

• SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 – 4 P.M. PT QUICK FACTS LOCATION ............................................Riverside, Calif. ENROLLMENT ...................................................20,500 NICKNAME ................................................Highlanders COLORS ................................................Blue

and Gold Recreation Center CAPACITY ..........................................................1,922 CONFERENCE ..................................................Big West HEAD COACH ..............................................Ron Larsen ALMA MATER ..............................................BYU, 1973 RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................15-74, Fourth Season CAREER RECORD ........................277-390, 16th Season ASSISTANT COACHES .............Brianna Koche, Mike Terrill 2011 RECORD ...................................................7-23 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH...........................4-12/9th VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ................................Lauren Kane E-MAIL .....................................Lauren.Kane@ucr.edu OFFICE PHONE .....................................951-827-4571 ATHLETIC WEBSITE ..........................GoHighlanders.com HOME COURT .......................Student

SERIES NOTES First Meeting

BRADLEY JACKRABBIT INVITATIONAL FROST ARENA

• TUESDAY, SEPT. 4 – 7 P.M. QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS Forks, N.D. LOCATION ............................................Green Bay, Wis. ENROLLMENT ...................................................13,950 ENROLLMENT .....................................................6,000 COLORS ....................................Kelly Green and White NICKNAME ......................................................Phoenix HOME COURT ...................Betty Engelstad Sioux Center COLORS .....................................Green, White and Red CAPACITY ..........................................................3,140 HOME COURT .................................Kress Events Center CONFERENCE ...................................................Big Sky CAPACITY ..........................................................1,500 HEAD COACH .........................................Ashley Hardee CONFERENCE........................................Horizon League ALMA MATER .................................East Carolina, 2000 HEAD COACH............................................Debbie Kirch RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................73-16, Fourth Season ALMA MATER ..........................................Denver, 1988 CAREER RECORD .................................................Same RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................300-572, 16th Season ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH ..............................Dan Brown CAREER RECORD .................................................Same 2011 RECORD ...................................................26-5 ASSISTANT COACH.....................................Sarah Rauen CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ............................8-2/2nd 2011 RECORD .................................................11-18 VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ..........................Mitchell Wigness CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH.............................7-9/6th E-MAIL .................Mitchell.Wigness@athletics.und.edu VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ..............................Ryan Hartwig CELL PHONE ........................................317-989-2731 E-MAIL ........................................hartwigr@uwgb.edu ATHLETIC WEBSITE ................................UNDsports.com OFFICE PHONE .....................................920-465-2903 ATHLETIC WEBSITE ......................GreenBayPhoenix.com SERIES NOTES SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 48-24, despite losing the last three and five of the last six matches. The Phoenix lead the all-time series 2-1, including a The lone win in that stretch came on Nov. 5, 2004, 3-1 win at the Green Bay Classic on Sept. 5, 2009 when the Jacks won a 3-0 contest in Brookings. and a 3-2 win at the Iowa State Challenge on Sept. 5, 2010. The lone SDSU win came in a 3-0 victory on Sept. 9, 2005 at the NDSU Classic in Fargo., N.D. LOCATION .........................................Grand

OMAHA OMAHA, NEB.

• FRIDAY, SEPT. 14 – 7 P.M. FROST ARENA

• SATURDAY, SEPT. 8 – 7 P.M.

• FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 – 7 P.M.

• FRIDAY, OCT. 12 – 7 P.M.

NORTH DAKOTA STATE FROST ARENA

• SUNDAY, SEPT. 16 – 5 P.M. FARGO, N.D.

• SATURDAY, NOV. 10 – 7 P.M.

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

LOCATION ....................................................Peoria, Ill.

LOCATION ...............................................Omaha, Neb.

LOCATION ..................................................Fargo, N.D.

ENROLLMENT .....................................................6,000

ENROLLMENT ...................................................15,448

ENROLLMENT ...................................................14,399

NICKNAME ........................................................Braves

NICKNAME ...................................................Mavericks

NICKNAME..........................................................Bison and White COLORS .........................................Crimson and Black COLORS ...........................................Yellow and Green HOME COURT..............................Renaissance Coliseum HOME COURT ......................................Sapp Fieldhouse HOME COURT ......................Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse CAPACITY ..........................................................4,200 CAPACITY ..........................................................2,500 CAPACITY ..........................................................1,206 CONFERENCE .........................................Missouri Valley CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League HEAD COACH ...........................................Jenny Maurer HEAD COACH .............................................Rose Shires HEAD COACH .........................................Kari Thompson ALMA MATER ..........................Washington (Mo.), 1999 ALMA MATER .............................................UTEP, 1985 ALMA MATER .....................................Green Bay, 2003 RECORD AT SCHOOL....................12-16, Second Season RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................429-267, 23rd Season RECORD AT SCHOOL ........................35-11, 1+ Seasons CAREER RECORD ...........................52-87, Sixth Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES ........Jimmy Munoz, Lindsay Allman ASSISTANT COACHES ............Karen Povondra, Tanya Cate ASSISTANT COACHES .................Shari Davis, Jason Reed 2011 RECORD .................................................12-16 2011 RECORD ...................................................5-23 2011 RECORD ...................................................26-9 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ........................5-13/t-7th CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................Independent CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ...........................16-2/1st VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .......................................Jim Rea VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ................................Bonnie Ryan VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .............................Ryan Perreault E-MAIL ............................................jrea@bradley.edu E-MAIL ......................................bryan@unomaha.edu E-MAIL ................................Ryan.Perreault@ndsu.edu CELL PHONE ........................................309-256-4379 CELL PHONE ........................................402-679-2912 OFFICE PHONE .....................................701-231-8331 ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...........................BradleyBraves.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE ......................................OMavs.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...................................GoBison.com COLORS ................................................Red

SERIES NOTES First Meeting

SERIES NOTES The Mavericks lead the all-time series 34-15, but once led the series 34-5, as the Jackrabbits won each of the last 10 meetings. UNO’s last win over SDSU came in a 3-2 match on Nov. 13, 1999 in Omaha.

SERIES NOTES The Bison lead the all-time series 65-18, with wins in 10 of the last 12 meetings. The two SDSU wins in that streak came in a 3-2 win on Sept. 16, 2007 at Frost Arena, and a 3-1 win on Nov. 6, 2010, also at Frost Arena. 2012 JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL

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2012 OPPONENTS

IUPUI

WESTERN ILLINOIS

FROST ARENA

FROST ARENA

• FRIDAY, SEPT. 21 – 7 P.M.

• SATURDAY, SEPT. 22 – 7 P.M.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

• SATURDAY, OCT. 20 – 7 P.M. ET QUICK FACTS LOCATION .........................................Indianapolis, Ind. ENROLLMENT ...................................................30,530 NICKNAME ......................................................

Jaguars and Black HOME COURT ..............................................The Jungle CAPACITY ..........................................................1,215 CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League HEAD COACH .............................................Steve Payne ALMA MATER .............................Northern Illinois, 1987 RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................209-258, 16th Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACH .....................................Nicole Cirillo 2011 RECORD .................................................15-16 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH...........................8-10/5th VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...................................John Berry E-MAIL ..........................................jmberry@iupui.edu OFFICE PHONE .....................................317-278-3619 ATHLETIC WEBSITE .................................IUPUIjags.com COLORS .......................................Red, Gold

SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 6-4. SDSU swept the season series in 2007, but the Jacks and Jags split the season series in each of the last four seasons, with each team winning on its home floor in each of the last nine meetings.

OAKLAND ROCHESTER, MICH.

• SATURDAY, SEPT. 29 – 7 P.M. ET FROST ARENA

• FRIDAY, OCT. 26 – 7 P.M. QUICK FACTS LOCATION ...........................................Rochester, Mich. ENROLLMENT ...................................................19,397 NICKNAME ..........................................Golden

Grizzlies and Black HOME COURT ...........................Athletics Center O’Rena CAPACITY ..........................................................3,000 CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League HEAD COACH ...............................................Rob Beam ALMA MATER ...............................Clarke College, 1996 RECORD AT SCHOOL .......................68-75, Sixth Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACH ..................................Eric Lindstrom 2011 RECORD .................................................18-10 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ........................12-6/t-3rd VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ....................................Dan Gliot E-MAIL........................................dlgliot@oakland.edu CELL PHONE ........................................440-773-2770 ATHLETIC WEBSITE..........................GoldenGrizzlies.com COLORS...............................................Gold

SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 6-4, including wins in the first four meetings. Oakland swept the season series in 2009 and 2011, while the Jacks swept the season series in 2010.

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• FRIDAY, OCT. 19 – 7 P.M.

IPFW FORT WAYNE, IND.

• FRIDAY, SEPT. 28 – 7 P.M. ET FROST ARENA

• SATURDAY, OCT. 27 – 7 P.M.

QUICK FACTS QUICK FACTS ................................................Macomb, Ill. LOCATION ...........................................Fort Wayne, Ind. ENROLLMENT ...................................................13,331 ENROLLMENT ...................................................14,326 NICKNAME ..................................Fighting Leathernecks NICKNAME ..................................................Mastodons COLORS .............................................Purple and Gold COLORS......................................Royal Blue and White HOME COURT .........................Brophy Hall/Western Hall HOME COURT .....................Hilliard Gates Sports Center CAPACITY...................................................800/5,139 CAPACITY ..........................................................2,000 CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League HEAD COACH .................................................April Hall HEAD COACH .................................Kelly Hartley Hutton ALMA MATER .............................................Tiffin, 2006 ALMA MATER ...........................................Toledo, 1991 RECORD AT SCHOOL ............................0-0, First Season RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................271-141, 14th Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same CAREER RECORD ........................408-208, 19th Season ASSISTANT COACHES...............Kyle Shondell, Brad Taylor ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH ..............................Steve Florio 2011 RECORD .................................................12-18 2011 RECORD ...................................................21-9 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH.........................3-15/10th CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ..........................14-4/2nd VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...................................Kyle Bradt VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...................................Kit Stetzel E-MAIL ........................................ka-bradt2@wiu.edu E-MAIL ............................................stetzelc@ipfw.edu CELL PHONE ........................................507-271-9633 CELL PHONE ........................................260-705-3969 ATHLETIC WEBSITE ........................GoLeathernecks.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE ............................GoMastodons.com LOCATION

SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 9-2. The two Western wins came on Nov. 1, 2008, a 3-0 sweep in Macomb, Ill., and in the last meeting on Oct. 14, 2011, also a 3-0 sweep in Macomb, Ill.

KANSAS CITY FROST ARENA

• FRIDAY, OCT. 5 – 7 P.M. KANSAS CITY, MO.

• SUNDAY, NOV. 4 – 2 P.M.

SERIES NOTES The Mastodons lead the all-time series 13-3, with wins in each of the last nine meetings. The teams split the season series in 2005 and 2007. The Jacks last win came in the league tournament championship on Nov, 17, 2007, when the Jacks won 3-2 in Ft. Wayne.

SOUTH DAKOTA FROST ARENA

• SATURDAY, OCT. 6 – 7 P.M. VERMILLION, S.D.

• FRIDAY, NOV. 2 – 7 P.M.

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS City, Mo. LOCATION ............................................Vermillion, S.D. ENROLLMENT ...................................................14,221 ENROLLMENT ...................................................10,151 NICKNAME ..................................................Kangaroos NICKNAME ......................................................Coyotes COLORS ................................................Blue and Gold COLORS ................................................Red and White HOME COURT.......................Swinney Recreation Center HOME COURT ...........................................DakotaDome CAPACITY ..........................................................1,500 CAPACITY ........................................................10,000 CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League CONFERENCE .................................The Summit League HEAD COACH ............................................Christi Posey HEAD COACH ...............................................Matt Houk ALMA MATER ..........................................Kansas, 1982 ALMA MATER ....................................Milwaukee, 2003 RECORD AT SCHOOL....................12-17, Second Season RECORD AT SCHOOL .........................64-58, 5th Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES.....................Trent Jones, Billy Ebel ASSISTANT COACH ..................................Leanne Felsing 2011 RECORD .................................................12-17 2011 RECORD .................................................14-16 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH...........................6-12/8th CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ........................7-11/t-6th VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ....................................Nik Busch VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ....................................Jarrod Tell E-MAIL .........................................buschns@umkc.edu E-MAIL.........................................Jarrod.Tell@usd.edu CELL PHONE ........................................816-529-7694 CELL PHONE ........................................641-420-6932 ATHLETIC WEBSITE........................UMKCkangaroos.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE ....................................GoYotes.com LOCATION...........................................Kansas

SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 10-2, which includes a six match winning streak to start the series. UMKC’s only wins came in a 3-2 win on Oct. 1, 2009, and a 3-1 win in the last meeting on Nov. 11, 2011 at Frost Arena.

SERIES NOTES The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 53-9. The Jackrabbit dominace in the series includes a 40-match win streak from 1984-2002. Despite the overall dominance, South Dakota came away victorious in five of the last six meetings, including each of the last three.


2012 OPPONENTS

NORTHERN IOWA

IOWA STATE

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CEDAR FALLS, IOWA

BROOKINGS, S.D.

BENTSON BUNKER FIELDHOUSE

MCLEOD CENTER

FROST ARENA

FARGO, N.D.

• TUESDAY, OCT. 30 – 7 P.M.

• TUESDAY, OCT. 30 – 7 P.M.

• FRIDAY, NOV. 16 – SATURDAY, NOV. 17

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS THE SUMMIT LEAGUE QUICK FACTS Falls, Iowa LOCATION ..................................................Ames, Iowa LOCATION ................................................Elmhurst, Ill. ENROLLMENT ...................................................13,168 ENROLLMENT ...................................................28,682 ADDRESS....................................340 W. Butterfield Rd NICKNAME .....................................................Panthers NICKNAME .....................................................Cyclones ..................................................................Suite 3D COLORS .......................................Purple and Old Gold COLORS ..........................................Cardinal and Gold .................................................Elmhurst, Ill. 60126 HOME COURT ........................................McLeod Center HOME COURT .......................................Hilton Coliseum CAPACITY ..........................................................6,650 CAPACITY ..........................................................8,524 PHONE..............................................(630) 516-0661 CONFERENCE .........................................Missouri Valley CONFERENCE ....................................................Big 12 FAX .................................................(630) 516-0673 HEAD COACH ........................................Bobbi Peterson HEAD COACH ..............................Christy Johnson-Lynch ALMA MATER ...............................Northern Iowa, 1990 ALMA MATER ......................................Nebraska, 1996 THE SUMMIT LEAGUE STAFF RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................322-78, 13th Season RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................150-73, Eighth Season COMMISSIONER .........................................Tom Douple CAREER RECORD .................................................Same CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES ..................Kim Davis, Kalani Mahl ASST. COACHES.......Dawn Sullivan, Greg Harasymowycz SENIOR ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONER ....Myndee Kay Larsen 2011 RECORD ...................................................33-2 2011 RECORD ...................................................25-6 ASST. COMMISSIONER - COMPLIANCE .............Angie Torain CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ...........................18-0/1st CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ..........................13-3/2nd ASST. DIR. OF COMPLIANCE AND ADMIN....Matthew Boyer VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ................................Mary Howell VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .........................Meaghan Hayden ASST. COMMISSIONER - COMMUNICATIONS ....David Brauer E-MAIL..........................................mahowell@uni.edu E-MAIL .....................................mhayden@iastate.edu ASSOC. DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS ..........Greg Mette CELL PHONE..........................................402-4902541 CELL PHONE ........................................515-520-1608 COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT ........Stephanie Sabaduquia ATHLETIC WEBSITE .............................UNIpanthers.com ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...................................Cyclones.com DIRECTOR OF MARKETING .....................Vanessa Quimpo SERIES NOTES SERIES NOTES ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT .........................Colleen Rott The Panthers lead the all-time series 4-0, with wins in The Cyclones lead the all-time series 3-0, all home VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .................Stephanie Sabaduquia each of the last four seasons, with 3-0 sweeps in the matches for the Cyclones, who won 3-1 on Sept. 2, E-MAIL ...................sabaduquia@thesummitleague.org last three seasons and a 3-1 win in the first meeting 2005 and on Sept. 9, 2006 before adding a 3-0 win OFFICE PHONE ...................................(630) 516-0661 on Sept. 23, 2008. on Sept. 4, 2010 at the Iowa State Challenge. WEBSITE ...................................TheSummitLeague.org LOCATION ..........................................Cedar

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Brookings, S.D.

Fargo, N.D.

Elmhurst, Ill.

Rochester, Mich.

Fort Wayne, Ind.

Indianapolis,Ind.

Vermillion, S.D.

Omaha, Neb.

Kansas City, Mo.

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THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

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IUPUI’s Chen Ni became the first female in Summit League history to win two NCAA Championships, after winning the platform dive in 2010 and 2012. As The Summit League enters its fourth decade of Division I athletics, the performance level continues to rise to higher standards. A memorable 2011-12 campaign celebrated numerous record-setting and remarkable achievements for The Summit League, its member schools and student-athletes during the league’s 30th anniversary season. “Ascending” and “improving” are common adjectives used in media coverage of The Summit League as it continues its renaissance. Consisting of nine member institutions with over 3,000 studentathletes competing in 19 championship sports, The Summit League has enjoyed unprecedented success and development in recent history. Since rebranding as The Summit League in 2007, the league has produced 54 All-Americans, 37 Academic All-America selections and seven NCAA Championships. In the past seven seasons, Summit League teams have achieved final national rankings in six different sports, won NCAA regional championships in two sports and advanced in three additional NCAA team championship tournaments. That level of success carries into both the classroom and athletic competition.

Record-Setting 2011-12 Season In 2011-12 alone, The Summit League nearly doubled its all-time NCAA Champions total by claiming four national titles. IUPUI’s Chen Ni became the first female to win multiple NCAA crowns when she claimed her second platform diving championship in three seasons. The Summit League produced its most successful NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships to date when its student-athletes won three titles. Southern Utah’s Cameron Levins, one of three finalists for the prestigious Bowerman Award, won the 10,000-meter and 5,000-meter races and became The Summit League’s first studentathlete to finish first in multiple events at a single championship. Oral Roberts’ Jack Whitt gave the league its third title when he won the pole vault competition. Two additional student-athletes collected NCAA statistical championships as Oakland’s Reggie Hamilton became The Summit League’s first men’s basketball national scoring leader and Western Illinois’ Sammy Marshall was softball’s national leader in stolen bases per game. The Summit League’s growth and success is most evident at the annual Basketball Championships. Its 2012 event set a record for total attendance, including the all-time highest women’s tournament figure and the third-best overall men’s draw. The last four tournaments occupy each of the top four all-time tournament attendance totals in league history. Popularity of The Summit League’s marquee event reaches beyond the arena. The 2012 Basketball Championships marked the first time in league history that all 14 men’s and women’s tournament games

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appeared on national cable television. Since 2009, every tournament game has been televised, including the men’s championship on ESPN2 and the women’s title game on ESPNU. Men’s Basketball enjoyed a stellar season on and off the court. The Summit League finished 2011-12 with its highest RPI ranking in history, placing 16th among Division I conferences after peaking as high as No. 11 earlier in the season. A record five teams played in national postseason tournaments with one, Oakland, making the deepest run in league history with three wins and a semifinal appearance in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. The league-wide success translated to unprecedented fan support and an all-time best home attendance figure. Throughout the 2011-12 season, The Summit League measured up well against men’s basketball leagues across the country and finished with a .500 or better record against 15 of the 17 midmajor conferences. Against both Division I and overall non-league competition, The Summit League amassed its highest victory total and posted its best winning percentage on record. Under the national spotlight, The Summit League was one of only two conferences with multiple participating teams to post perfect records in nationallytelevised BracketBuster games. In women’s athletics, The Summit League sent a record four teams to compete in national women’s basketball postseason tournaments, including an all-time high three in the WNIT. The volleyball season saw The Summit League ranked as high as No. 13 among the 33 Division I leagues in the Pablo Ranking system. With three national champions and the two-highest placing teams in league history at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, The Summit League solidified itself as one of the national leaders in the sport. During the Indoor season, The Summit League finished ninth among men’s Division I leagues in the final USTFCCCA conference index. A combined 12 men’s and women’s Indoor and Outdoor AllAmerica honors went to Summit League student-athletes. The Summit League emphasizes a balance of outstanding athletics and academics. The NCAA honored a record 15 Summit League teams for APR success that included finishing among the top 10 percent for their sport. Individually, North Dakota State’s Amy Anderson continued to garner recognition as one of the NCAA’s top student-athletes by earning the National Golf Coaches Association’s Dinah Shore Trophy recognizing achievement in athletic performance, grade point average and community service. Similar honors went to IUPUI’s men’s soccer standout Perez Agaba, who earned selection to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-America team. A total of seven Summit League student-athletes were named to their sport’s Capital One Academic All-America teams, includes three first team honorees.

Origins and Evolution In 1982, the present-day Summit League was formed by commissioner F.L. “Frosty” Ferzacca as the Association of MidContinent Universities with eight schools competing in five championship sports at the Division I level. Later known as the

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE 340 W. Butterfield Rd., Suite 3D Elmhurst, IL 60126 Phone: (630) 516-0661 Fax: (630) 516-0673

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Tom Douple Commissioner

Commissioner .................................................................Tom Douple Senior Associate Commissioner...........................Myndee Kay Larsen Associate Commissioner/Administration Services ...........Angie Torain Assistant Commissioner/Compliance ..........................Matthew Boyer Assistant Commissioner/Communications...................... David Brauer Director of Marketing ..............................................Vanessa Quimpo Associate Director of Communications ............................ Greg Mette Assistant Director of Communications ............ Stephanie Sabaduquia Administrative Assistant ................................................ Colleen Rott


THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

SUMMIT LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP

One of the Summit League’s most iconic moments came when Valparaiso’s Bryce Drew hit “the shot”, a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, to top Mississippi in the first round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Valpo’s story captivated the nation as they became the league’s second team to reach the “Sweet 16.” Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League has grown to a combined enrollment of over 144,000 students at nine universities, four of which are based in top-58 U.S. metro populations (Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City and Omaha). The Summit League’s two newest members, South Dakota and Nebraska Omaha, compete together for the first time in 2012-13. Admitted to the league in 2009, USD completed its initial year of league competition in 2011-12 and is eligible for all championships this season. UNO joined the league in 2011 and is in its first year of Summit League competition before becoming fully eligible for all sport championships in 2015-16. Current Summit League member institutions include: IPFW (Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis), UMKC (University of MissouriKansas City), the University of Nebraska Omaha, North Dakota State University, Oakland University, the University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University, and Western Illinois University. Eastern Illinois University competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer and Oral Roberts University is an associate member for men’s soccer. These member institutions pride themselves on providing quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their student-athletes. The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The league champion receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on its way to a berth in the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to topple No. 4 seed Mississippi in an NCAA first-round game that sparked its 1998 Sweet 16 run. More recently, Oral Roberts’ baseball program finished the 2004 campaign with a nationalranking and became the first Summit League school to reach an NCAA Super Regional in 2006. Three years later in 2009, North Dakota State became the league’s first softball team to win an NCAA regional and advance to the Super Regional round. During the 2008-09 basketball season, South Dakota State’s women’s team was nationally-ranked throughout the year and capped its season with an NCAA Tournament first round victory. The League has produced nine NCAA champions, four Olympic medalists and numerous All-Americans in the sports of track and field, swimming and diving and cross country. Several professional athletes and draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball first round picks, a pair of NBA first round choices, and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguer Kevin Duckworth (NBA) was a two-time all-star during his professional career. To coincide with The Summit League’s 30th Anniversary Season, the league released a list of its Top 30 Distinguished Contributors from the Division I era as selected by a panel of voters from member schools and media. Four individual NCAA champions and three Olympic medalists along with four NBA players and two World Series Champions headlined The Summit League’s list of top student-athletes, coaches and administrators that was the jewel of the anniversary celebration.

FORT WAYNE Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Mastodons Fort Wayne, Ind. 14,193 1964 2007

IUPUI Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Jaguars Indianapolis, Ind. 30,566 1969 1998

KANSAS CITY Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Kangaroos Kansas City, Mo. 14,221 1933 1994

NORTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,407 Founded: 1890 Joined League: 2007 OAKLAND Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Golden Grizzlies Rochester, Mich. 19,053 1957 1997

OMAHA Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Mavericks Omaha, Neb. 15,448 1908 2011

SOUTH DAKOTA Nickname: Coyotes Location: Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: 9,617 Founded: 1862 Joined League: 2011 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 12,816 Founded: 1881 Joined League: 2007 WESTERN ILLINOIS Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 13,331 Founded: 1899 Joined League: 1982 (charter member) ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Eastern Illinois University competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer. Oral Roberts Universitycompetes as an associate member in men’s soccer.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

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Aamlid, Seri.....................2003-04 Adams, Annie........................2007 Adolphson, Reagan ..........1992-94 Ahlquist, Gail...................1988-91 Anderson, Amy.................2004-07 Angner, Mackenzie ...........2004-08 Antonie, Pam...................1978-80 Archer, Liz..............1998, 2000-02 Artz, Diedra ..........................2006

Gothe, Lindsey ......................2003 Gruber, Gretchen ...................2000

Martin, Kristina ................2004-07 Miller, Sue .......................1981-83 Mittelstadt, Lisa ...............1985-87 Mollner, Ericka ......................1992

–B– Baartman, Carrie ............ 1989-90 Barber, Julie.................... 1988-89 Bartek, Ashley .......................2011 Behm, Stephanie ............ 2003-05 Biggerstaff, Sarah ........... 2001-04 Birath, Shay ................2009-11 Birr, Trisha .............................2008 Birrenkott, Lunette...........1975-77 Bitker, Rhonda ......................2002 Boll, Carley......................2003-04 Boll, Jennifer ...................1993-94 Bornhoft, Grethe ..........1998-2001 Bostrom, Kim ..................2001-04 Bozell, Connie .......................1977 Brown, Michelle ...............1989-92 Burma, Paula...................1982-84 Buryanek, Nancy..............1979-82 Busch, Marci.........................1995

–C– Carsrud, Laurie......................1978 Corlett, Cindy...................1976-78 Crevier, Tanya ..................1975-76

–D– Dahl, Rachel....................2006-08 Delker, Julie...........................1981 Dent, Pat ..............................1976 Dold, Jenni ......................1992-95 Doschadis, Sara ...............2002-05 Drake, Daynica ............1998-2000 Dray, Annette........................1986

–E– Ebnet, Annie....................2001-02 Ebnet, Joan ...........................2002 Ebnet, Rose .................1997-2000

–F– Fiegen, Kelli ......2008, 2010-11 Force, Liz.........................1996-99 Fottral, Amy ..........................1992 Fowler, Lexi .................2010-11 Freichels, Lisa.......1989-90, 92-93 Frisvold, Brenda...............1984-85 Fusco, Dana.....................1991-94 Fusco, Linda ....................1989-92 36

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–H– Hainline, Tammy ....................1977 Hansen, Kelsey ............2009-11 Hansing, Margit ................2011 Hegerle, Laura ......................2003 Heiden, Joanne......................2002 Heisinger, Sara ......................1993 Heitbrink, Laura ....................1979 Heitzman, Robin ..............1979-80 Herrmann, Kelly ..........2009-11 Hinrichs, Sara........................2004 Hoemann, Kelly ...........1999-2002 Hruska, Kathleen...................2005

–I– Iwamoto, Melia ................2007-08

–N– Nelson, Kris .....................1975-76 Nelson, Sue .....................1983-86 Nihart, Julie .....................1995-98 Nikolaisen, Nicole..................1994 Nitzchke, Kerri.......................1988 Noehren, Tressa .....................1982 Nygren, Laurie ......................1976

Telford, Y. Carmella ................1975 Tepley, Alissa ...................2000-03 Thompson, Becca ..................2003 Tonsfeldt, Annie.....................1988 Tyler, Kim ........................1978-80

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Olsen, Justine...................2005-08 O’Neill, Wendy.................2000-03 Osadchuk, Mackenzie ..2004, 06-07 Osborne, Erinn ......................2011

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Jacobson, Aleasha..................1999 Jacobson, Lisa..................1982-85 Jagerson, Sharon ...................1979 Janssen, Molly..................2008-09 Johnson, Chris..................1989-92 Johnson, Jennifer .............1983, 86 Johnson, Lindsey ...................2002 Johnson, Paula ......................1981 Johnson, Rebecca.............1979-82 Jones, Fiona ..........................2009

Palmer, Emily...................2008-11 Pearson, Samantha ..........2004-07 Pedersen, Connie .............1996-99 Peters, Nicole...................2007-10 Peterson-Rodel, Merridee .......1994-97 Pfister, Heidi ....................1986-87 Philippot, Bailey ..........2010-11 Poeppel, Rebecca ..................2008 Polzin, Amanda .....................2006 Portner, Diane..................1980-81 Price, Kelly............................1984

–K– Kalbfell, Shannon.............1988-91 Kathol, Ashley..................2007-10 Kelley, Kathy....................1994-95 Keinholz, Jenny ................1989-90 Kessler, Peggy..................1978-80 Klingemann, Kaitlin.....2009-11 Klusaw, Kristie .................2003-06 Krier, Jean........................1975-76 Kryger, Tasha....................1985-87

–L– Langford, Gwenn .............1981-84 Larson, Karla ...................1985-86 Lehnhoff, Traci .......................1993 Lichman, Nancy...............1975-77 Linderman, Kristin .................2000 Livingston, Janice ..................1975 Lloyd, Becky .........................1978 Lohrenz, Shelly......................1989

Storms, Sarah ..................1991-94 Stout, Amanda.............2010-11 Stuewe, Dawn.......................1987 Stumps, Janet ..................1977-79 Sturm, Shauna.............1998-2001 Sudbeck, Julie ..................1989-91 Swanson-Tordsen, April .......1991-94

–R– Rath, Roxie......................1995-98 Rechatiko, Thyele..............2009-10 Ridenour, Minette.............2003-06 Riemenschneider, Barb .....1988-89 Riley, Kate .......................1977-79 Rime, Angie.................1999-2002 Rolston, Nancy ................1983-84 Rooney, Emily..................2005-07 Rowe, Teresa....................1984-87

–S– Sanderfoot, Mary...................2008 Sanders, Arika .................1994-97 Sargent, Sarah.................1988-90 Schneider, Stacey .............1996-97 Schultz, Janel...................1978-80 Schuster, Alison............1999-2000 Simet, Sarah....................2001-04 Sitton, Jenna Rae ..................2007 Slagter, Laura ..................2005-06 Smith, Betty..........................1975 Smith, Bridget .................1995-96 Smith, Emily .........................1993 Smith, Tria .......................1995-97

–T –

Weaver, Della...................1975-77 Weeks, Shari....................1981-84 Weiland, Pam........................1975 Wendland, Taran...............1984-87 Wernert, Stacey................2006-08 Wick, Lisa .............................1985 Wicks, Cynthia .................1977-80 Wilde, Cheryl ...................1980-81 Windschitl, Wendy ............1985-87 Woitalewicz, Connie .........1977-78 Woodman, Sara ...............1993-94 Worklan, Sarah ................1996-99

– Y– Yonker, Maureen ..............1976-77 Youngren, Ellyce ..............2008-11

–Z – Zaczkowski, Krista ............1995-98 Zastrow, Julie ...................1986-87 * Active Players in Bold


HISTORY AND RECORDS

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The South Dakota State volleyball team enters its 47th season of competition with an 847-588 all-time record (.591 winning percentage) and with plenty of history already in the books. In just its second year of Division I postseason eligibility, the South Dakota State volleyball team cruised through The Summit League regular and postseason to become the first team in school history to advance to an NCAA Division I Tournament. Even though perennial power, and defending national champion Nebraska ended the Jackrabbits tournament run Jackrabbit seniors Samantha Pearson, Kristina with a 3-0 win in front of a capacity Martin and Amy Anderson raise The Summit crowd at historic NU Coliseum in League Championship trophy at The 2007 Lincoln, Neb., the 2007 Jackrabbits Summit League Tournament in Fort Wayne, Ind. put the program on the national map The win secured the school’s first-ever NCAA and laid the groundwork for the future Divison I Tournament berth. success of the program. Prior to making the move to D-I, the A single match against the second South Dakota State volleyball program ranked Cornhuskers may represent the made its mark first in the Association only postseason experience at the D-I for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women level, but the Jackrabbits brought with (AIAW) and then in the North Central them a rich tradition of NCAA Conference and in NCAA Division II Tournament play at the Division II level. athletics. The Jackrabbits qualified for the NCAA Division II postseason five times in a six-year span between 1997 and 2002, compiling an 8-5 record in its five appearances, including a perfect 5-0 record in five-game matches. The Jackrabbits reached the North Central Regional championship match four times, winning the 2001 crown to advance to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight in Allendale, Mich., where, under the direction of first-year head coach Andrew Palileo, the Jacks completed the season with a national runner-up finish. Before the Jackrabbit volleyball program began competing at the D-II level in the NCC in 1982, SDSU won four AIAW State Championships. Sue Yeager led the Jacks to the title in 1972, her final season on the bench Jackrabbit volleyball players Grethe Bornhoft, for the Jacks, while Ruth Marske left, and Shauna Sturm raise the national coached the Jackrabbits to AIAW State runner-up trophy at the 2001 NCAA Titles in 1974, 1975, 1977 and 1980. Division II Elite Eight in Allendale, Mich. 38

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1,000 kills club

KRISTINA MARTIN

1,765

2004 — 351 kills in 988 attacks 2005 — 490 kills in 1,160 attacks 2006 — 446 kills in 1,056 attacks 2007 — 478 kills in 1,199 attacks

ROSE EBNET

1,724

1,528

1,510

1,415

1,386

2001 — 112 kills in 296 attacks 2002 — 349 kills in 696 attacks 2003 — 407 kills in 838 attacks 2004 — 366 kills in 712 attacks

MACKENZIE ANGNER

1,171

ELLYCE YOUNGREN

1,144

LISA FREICHELS

1,137

1989 — 251 kills in 738 attacks 1990 — 409 kills in 1,072 attacks 1992 — 244 kills in 755 attacks 1993 — 233 kills in 689 attacks

1,254

KELLI FIEGEN *ACTIVE*

1,065

2008 — 191 kills in 536 attacks 2009 — 100 kills in 207 attacks* 2010 — 352 kills in 713 attacks 2011 –– 422 kills in 913 attacks *granted a medical redshirt following the 2009 season

2000 — 163 kills in 505 attacks 2001 — 366 kills in 1,021 attacks 2002 — 360 kills in 946 attacks 2003 — 365 kills in 991 attacks

KIM BOSTROM

1,195

2008 — 256 kills in 685 attacks 2009 — 281 kills in 710 attacks 2010 — 366 kills in 1,105 attacks 2011 –– 241 kills in 849 attacks

1994 — 141 kills in 399 attacks 1995 — 320 kills in 881 attacks 1996 — 496 kills in 1,425 attacks 1997 — 429 kills in 1,135 attacks

WENDY O’NEILL

AMY ANDERSON

2005 — 156 kills in 432 attacks 2006 — 115 kills in 363 attacks 2007 — 396 kills in 1,115 attacks 2008 — 504 kills in 1,423 attacks

2003 — 208 kills in 585 attacks 2004 — 422 kills in 1,266 attacks 2005 — 454 kills in 1,284 attacks 2006 — 331 kills in 962 attacks

MERRIDEE PETERSON-RODEL

1,206

2004 — 77 kills in 220 attacks 2005 — 285 kills in 609 attacks 2006 — 365 kills in 794 attacks 2007 — 468 kills in 979 attacks

1985 — 230 kills in 674 attacks 1986 — 343 kills in 876 attacks 1987 — 511 kills in 1,216 attacks 1988 — 426 kills in 1,161 attacks

MINETTE RIDENOUR

SHANNON KALBFELL 1988 — 215 kills in 652 attacks 1989 — 283 kills in 815 attacks 1990 — 384 kills in 992 attacks 1991 — 324 kills in 825 attacks

1998 — 183 kills in 496 attacks 1999 — 369 kills in 894 attacks 2000 — 485 kills in 1,021 attacks 2001 — 491 kills in 1,050 attacks

WENDY WINDSCHITL

1,230

1995 — 139 kills in 366 attacks 1996 — 333 kills in 820 attacks 1997 — 341 kills in 836 attacks 1998 — 417 kills in 899 attacks

1997 — 204 kills in 583 attacks 1998 — 492 kills in 1,245 attacks 1999 — 464 kills in 1,182 attacks 2000 — 564 kills in 1,332 attacks

SHAUNA STURM

ROXIE RATH

1,234

1,000 Kills Club Candidate

KAITLIN KLINGEMANN

762

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1,000 DIGS CLUB

SAMANTHA PEARSON

1,929

1,615

1998 — 302 digs in 116 games 2000 — 292 digs in 100 games 2001 — 426 digs in 128 games 2002 — 595 digs in 131 games

GAIL AHLQUIST

1,404

1,360

SARAH SIMET

1,233

KRISTINA MARTIN

1,074

2004 — 236 digs in 120 games 2005 — 196 digs in 129 games 2006 — 280 digs in 118 games 2007 — 362 digs in 114 games

1,353

2009 — 156 digs in 84 sets 2010 — 556 digs in 121 sets 2011 –– 641 digs in 121 sets

ANGIE RIME

1,282

2001 — 58 digs in 33 games 2002 — 249 digs in 112 games 2003 — 321 digs in 112 games 2004 — 605 digs in 124 games

1989 — 300 digs in 116 games 1990 — 538 digs in 124 games 1992 — 351 digs in 97 games 1993 — 171 digs in 109 games

SHAY BIRATH *ACTIVE*

LINDA FUSCO 1989 — 307 digs in 140 games 1990 — 465 digs in 128 games 1991 — 270 digs in 107games 1992 — 240 digs in 106 games

1988 — 248 digs in 124 games 1989 — 275 digs in 106 games 1990 — 472 digs in 129 games 1991 — 409 digs in 111 games

LISA FREICHELS

1,299

2003 — 151 digs in 93 games 2004 — 412 digs in 121 games 2005 — 390 digs in 124 games 2006 — 346 digs in 108 games

2004 — 155 digs in 89 games 2005 — 481 digs in 122 games 2006 — 575 digs in 117 games 2007 — 718 digs in 132 games

LIZ ARCHER

MINETTE RIDENOUR

ARIKA SANDERS

1,051

1994 — 146 digs in 103 games 1995 — 214 digs in 107 games 1996 — 301 digs in 110 games 1997 — 390 digs in 121 games

1,337

1,000 Digs Club Candidate

KELLY HERRMANN

1999 — 328 digs in 111 games 2000 — 268 digs in 108 games 2001 — 330 digs in 127 games 2002 — 411 digs in 132 games

746

2009 — 54 digs in 87 sets 2010 — 314 digs in 115 sets 2011 — 378 digs in 119 sets

MERRIDEE PETERSON-RODEL 1,324 1994 — 213 digs in 101 games 1995 — 269 digs in 113 games 1996 — 460 digs in 113 games 1997 — 382 digs in 118 games

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1,000 KILLS & 1,000 DIGS CLUB Lisa Freichels (1989-93) Merridee Peterson-Rodel (1994-97) Rose Ebnet (1997-2000) Minette Ridenour (2003-06) Kristina Martin (2004-07)

KILLS

DIGS

1,137 1,386 1,724 1,415 1,765

1,360 1,324 1,316 1,299 1,074


career leaders

SET ASSIST LEADERS

SOLO BLOCK LEADERS

1. Angie Rime (1999-2002) ..............5,905 2. Julie Nihart (1995-98) ..................4,644 3. Kristie Klusaw (2003-06) ..............4,138 4. Gail Ahlquist (1988-91) ................3,774 5. Jenni Dold (1992-95)....................3,409 6. Tasha Kryger (1985-88) ................2,908 7. Melia Iwamoto (2007-08) .............2,546 8. Stephanie Behm (2003-05) ..........1,965 9. Thyele Rechatiko (2009-10)...........1,688 10. Lisa Jacobson (1981-84) .............1,436

RIME

SWANSON-TORDSEN

SERVICE ACE LEADERS

AHLQUIST

1. April Swanson-Tordsen (1991-94) ....232 2. Sarah Sargent (1987-90) .................198 3. Gwen Langford (1980-83) ...............162 4. Shannon Kalbfell (1988-91) .............124 5. Roxie Rath (1995-98) ......................119 6. Sarah Storms (1991-94) ..................118 7. Taran Wendland (1984-87) ...............104 Lisa Freichels (1989-90, 92-93) .........104 9. Kelli Fiegen (2008-present) ............83 10. Jenny Keinholz (1989-90) ................82

BLOCK ASSIST LEADERS

1. Gail Ahlquist (1988-91) ...................203 2. Roxie Rath (1995-98) ......................173 3. Sue Nelson (1983-86) .....................156 Jenni Dold (1992-95) ......................156 5. Lisa Freichels (1989-90, 92-93) .........153 6. Taran Wendland (1984-87) ...............145 7. Julie Nihart (1995-98) .....................143 8. Sarah Storms (1991-94) ..................141 9. Arika Sanders (1994-97) .................140 10. Samantha Pearson (2004-07) ........128

ANDERSON

1. Amy Anderson (2004-07).................422 2. Sarah Biggerstaff (2001-04) ............346 3. Kim Bostrom (2001-04)...................345 4. Roxie Rath (1995-98) ......................301 5. Kelly Hoemann (1999-2002) ............298 6. Liz Force (1996-99) .........................294 7. Kelli Fiegen (2008-present) ..........279 8. April Swanson-Tordsen (1991-94) ....275 Shauna Sturm (1998-2001)..............275 10. Kristina Martin (2004-07) ..............271

CAREER HITTING PERCENTAGE LEADERS MINIMUM 1,000 ATTEMPTS TO QUALIFY 1. Paula Burma (1982-84) .............. 2. Kim Bostrom (2001-04) .............. 3. Amy Anderson (2004-07) ............ 4. Kelli Fiegen (2008-PRESENT) ...... 5. Shauna Sturm (1998-2001) ......... 6. Kelly Hoemann (1999-2002) ......... 7. Wendy Windschitl (1985-88) ......... 8. Kristina Martin (2004-07) ............ 9. Roxie Rath (1995-98) .................

BURMA

.345 .330 .325 .323 .322 .282 .282 .281 .278

* Hoemann hit .2823; Windschitl hit .2821

summit league tournament records

TOTAL BLOCKS IN A MATCH

TOTAL BLOCKS IN A TOURNAMENT

NAME

SCHOOL

OPPONENT

DATE

TB

NAME

SCHOOL

YEAR

TB

Megan Lambertson Amy Anderson Jessie Fox Liz Mikos Lauren Moulton Kelly Schoenhoft

NDSU SDSU Valparaiso Valparaiso Valparaiso Valparaiso

IPFW IPFW IUPUI IUPUI Oral Roberts Eastern Illinois

11/20/10 11/17/07 11/19/05 11/19/04 11/22/03 11/18/95

13 11 11 11 11 11

Amy Anderson Megan Lambertson Jessie Fox Liz Mikos Kristen Meech Lorri Sommer

SDSU NDSU Valparaiso Valparaiso Youngstown State Eastern Illinois

2007 2010 2005 2004 1999 1995

21 19 19 18 16 16

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ALL-TIME RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS KILLS MATCH:

37, by Merridee Peterson-Rodel, vs. St. Cloud State, 9/21/96 564, by Rose Ebnet, 2000

SEASON:

TOTAL ATTACKS MATCH:

93, by Merridee Peterson-Rodel, vs. St. Cloud State, 9/21/96 SEASON: 1,425, by Merridee Peterson-Rodel, 1996 HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 12 KILLS) MATCH:

.812 (13-0-16), by Emily Rooney, at Xavier, 10/3/07 SEASON: .381, by Kim Bostrom, 2004 SERVICE ACES

TEAM RECORDS

MATCH:

9, by Julie Barber, vs. South Dakota, 10/19/89; by Sue Nelson, vs. Mankato State, 11/7/86 SEASON: 72, by Sue Nelson, 1986

KILLS MATCH:

107, vs. Northern State, 1989 SEASON: 2,151, in 2002

SET ASSISTS MATCH:

79, by Jenni Dold, vs. Wayne State (Neb.), 10/27/95 1,775 by Angie Rime, 2002

SEASON:

TOTAL ATTACKS MATCH:

SOLO BLOCKS

280, vs. Wayne State, 10/25/94 5,590, in 2002

SEASON:

MATCH:

8, by April Swanson-Tordsen, vs. Moorhead State, 10/30/93 SEASON: 88, by Sarah Sargent, 1990

HITTING PERCENTAGE MATCH:

BLOCK ASSISTS MATCH:

12, by Taran Wendland, vs. Augustana, 10/31/87 156, by Amy Anderson, 2007

.595, vs. Western New Mexico, 8/28/98 SEASON: .251, in 2007 (.2511) .251, in 2000 (.2508)

SEASON:

SERVICE ACES DIGS

MATCH:

MATCH:

39, by Lisa Freichels, vs. Briar Cliff, 9/29/90 SEASON: 718, by Samantha Pearson, 2007

20, vs. Missouri Western State, 1993 SEASON: 332, in 1989 SET ASSISTS MATCH:

91, vs. Northern State, 1989 1,919, in 2002

SEASON:

SOLO BLOCKS MATCH:

20, vs. Dakota State, 1990 SEASON: 284, in 1990 BLOCK ASSISTS MATCH:

31, vs. Augustana, 1987 SEASON: 553, in 2007 DIGS MATCH: AMY ANDERSON

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183, vs. Northern State, 1989 2,587, in 1989

SEASON:


RALLY-SCORING RECORDS

TEAM HIGHS KILLS 3-SET: 62, vs. Morningside (Iowa), 11/2/01 4-SET: 83, vs. South Dakota, 10/3/02 5-SET: 88, vs. Oregon State, 9/1/06; vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 11/22/02 TOTAL ATTACKS 3-SET: 155, three times; last vs. North Dakota State, 11/8/03 4-SET: 225, vs. Northern Colorado, 9/22/01 5-SET: 236, at Northern Colorado, 11/1/02 HITTING PERCENTAGE 3-SET: .519 (47-6-79), vs. Sacred Heart (Conn.), 9/29/06 4-SET: .349 (70-17-152), vs. Tulane, 8/31/07 5-SET: .325 (86-19-206), at IUPUI, 9/22/07 KRISTINA MARTIN

MACKENZIE ANGNER

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS KILLS 3-SET: 25, by Mackenzie Angner, vs. UMKC, 10/18/08 4-SET: 33, by Kristina Martin, at Montana State, 10/31/06 5-SET: 36, by Kristina Martin, at IUPUI, 9/22/07 TOTAL ATTACKS 3-SET: 59, by Wendy O’Neill, vs. National American, 9/6/03 4-SET: 89, by Mackenzie Angner, at UMKC, 11/14/08 5-SET: 86, by Mackenzie Angner, vs. Drake, 10/20/08 HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 12 KILLS) 3-SET: .812 (13-0-16), by Emily Rooney, at Xavier, 10/3/07 4-SET: .773 (17-0-22), by Kelli Fiegen, vs. Belmont, 9/2/11 5-SET: .593 (17-1-27), by Kelli Fiegen, at Western Illinois, 10/8/10 SERVICE ACES 3-SET: 6, by Mackenzie Angner, vs. Robert Morris, 9/23/06; by Minette Ridenour, vs. Bemidji State (Minn.), 9/13/03 4-SET: 8, by Minette Ridenour, vs. Morehead State (Ky.), 9/16/05 5-SET: 6, by Grethe Bornhoft, vs. Findlay (Ohio), 9/1/01 SET ASSISTS 3-SET: 52, by Melia Iwamoto, vs. Centenary, 11/9/07; by Angie Rime, vs. Montana State-Billings, 8/30/02 4-SET: 72, by Melia Iwamoto, at Sam Houston State, 9/1/07; by Angie Rime, at Northern Colorado, 11/23/02 5-SET: 76, by Kristie Klusaw, vs. IPFW, 11/12/05

SERVICE ACES 3-SET: 13, vs. Texas Southern, 9/10/04; vs. Bemidji State (Minn.), 9/13/03 4-SET: 19, vs. Morehead State (Ky.), 9/16/05 5-SET: 15, vs. Findlay (Ohio), 9/1/01 SET ASSISTS 3-SET: 56, vs. Florida Tech, 8/30/03 4-SET: 78, at Northern Colorado, 11/23/02 5-SET: 82, vs. Oregon State, 9/1/06 TOTAL BLOCKS 3-SET: 16, vs. UMKC, 9/29/07 4-SET: 16, vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 10/28/03 5-SET: 17.5, vs. Northern Colorado, 11/12/04 DIGS 3-SET: 84, vs. St. Edward’s (Texas), 9/7/02 4-SET: 111, vs. Northern Colorado, 9/22/01 5-SET: 119, at North Dakota, 10/24/02 Note: The NCAA implemented rally-scoring in 2001, with the first team to 30 points winning the set, but starting in 2008, a team needs 25 points to win the set, with the fifth set still being 15 points. In addition to changing the games from 30 to 25 points, games became sets in 2008.

TOTAL BLOCKS 3-SET: 10, by Kelli Fiegen, at Air Force, 8/28/10; by Amy Anderson, vs. Western Illinois, 11/16/07 4-SET: 10, by Amy Anderson, at North Dakota State, 11/11/06 5-SET: 12, by Shauna Sturm, vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 9/21/01 DIGS 3-SET: 32, by Shay Birath, at Western Illinois, 10/14/10 4-SET: 30, by Samantha Pearson, vs. Montana, 9/8/07 5-SET: 37, by Samantha Pearson, at IUPUI, 9/22/04 2012 JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL

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ALL-TIME AWARD WINNERS DIVISION I ERA

(2004-PRESENT)

DIVISION I ALL-INDEPENDENT FIRST TEAM 2004 - Kim Bostrom 2005 - Kristina Martin, Minette Ridenour 2006 - Kristina Martin DIVISION I ALL-INDEPENDENT SECOND TEAM 2004 - Sarah Biggerstaff, Kristina Martin, Minette Ridenour, Sarah Simet 2005 and 2006 — Amy Anderson, Kristie Klusaw DIVISION I ALL-INDEPENDENT HONORABLE MENTION 2006 - Samantha Pearson DIVISION I INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2004 - Kristina Martin DIVISION I INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2004 - Kim Bostrom (11/2) 2005 - Minette Ridenour (9/13), Kristina Martin (9/20) 2006 - Amy Anderson (10/24), Kristina Martin (11/7) Samantha Pearson (9/5, 10/17, 10/24) DIVISION I INDEPENDENT SETTER OF THE WEEK 2004 - Stephanie Behm (10/12); Kristie Klusaw (11/2) 2005 - Kristie Klusaw (9/13) 2006 - Kristie Klusaw (8/29, 10/17) DIVISION I INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK 2004 - Kristina Martin (9/28, 10/19, 11/2) 2005 - Laura Slagter (10/4) DIVISION I INDEPENDENT ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2004 - Sarah Biggerstaff, Kim Bostrom 2006 - Kristie Klusaw, Minette Ridenour SUMMIT LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2010 - Kelli Fiegen ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE FIRST TEAM 2007 - Amy Anderson, Kristina Martin 2008 - Mackenzie Angner 2009 - Ellyce Youngren 2010 and 2011 - Kelli Fiegen ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE SECOND TEAM 2007 - Samantha Pearson 2008 and 2010 - Ellyce Youngren THE SUMMIT LEAGUE ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2007 - Melia Iwamoto 2008 - Ellyce Youngren 2009 - Fiona Jones, Kaitlin Klingemann THE SUMMIT LEAGUE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2007 - Kristina Martin (9/24, 10/29, 11/12) 2008 - Mackenzie Angner (10/13, 10/20) 2009 - Ellyce Youngren (9/14)* 2010 - Ellyce Youngren (8/30); Kelli Fiegen (9/7, 11/1) 2011 - Kelli Fiegen (9/12)*

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE ACADEMIC ALL-LEAGUE 2007 - Amy Anderson, Mackenzie Angner, Rachel Dahl, Kristina Martin, Justine Olsen, Mackenzie Osadchuk, Samantha Pearson, Nicole Peters, Emily Rooney, Stacey Wernert 2008 - Rachel Dahl, Kelli Fiegen, Molly Janssen, Ashley Kathol, Justine Olsen, Emily Palmer, Nicole Peters, Mary Sanderfoot, Stacey Wernert, Ellyce Youngren 2009 - Shay Birath, Kelli Fiegen, Kelly Herrmann, Fiona Jones, Emily Palmer, Nicole Peters, Thyele Rechatiko, Stacey Wernert, Ellyce Youngren 2010 - Shay Birath, Ketty Cornemann, Kelli Fiegen, Lexi Fowler, Kelly Herrmann, Ashley Kathol, Steph Kroeze, Nicole Peters, Bailey Philippot, Thyele Rechatiko 2011 - Shay Birath, Kelli Fiegen, Kelsey Hansen, Margit Hansing, Kelly Harrmann, Kaitlin Klingemann, Erinn Osborne, Emily Palmer, Bailey Philippot, Ellyce Youngren COSIDA DISTRICT VII ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 2007 - Amy Anderson (Third Team) THE SUMMIT LEAGUE COACH OF THE YEAR 2007 - Andrew Palileo

DIVISION II ERA

(1966-2003)

ALL-NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE 1983 - Paula Burma, Jenni Johnson 1986 - Wendy Windschitl 1996 - Merridee Peterson 1997 - Julie Nihart, Arika Sanders 1998 - Rose Ebnet, Julie Nihart, Roxie Rath 1999 - Rose Ebnet, Liz Force, Shauna Sturm 2000 - Rose Ebnet, Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm 2001 - Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm 2002 - Annie Ebnet, Kelly Hoemann, Angie Rime 2003 - Kim Bostrom NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE MVP 1998 - Roxie Rath 2000 - Rose Ebnet 2001 - Shauna Sturm NCC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1999 - Angie Rime 2002 - Rhonda Bitker* NCC DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST OF THE YEAR 1999 - Sarah Worklan 2001 and 2002 - Liz Archer NCC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1997 - Arika Sanders (11/10) 1998 - Julie Nihart (9/21), Roxie Rath (10/5) 2000 - Rose Ebnet (9/18, 10/23, 11/6), Shauna Sturm (9/11) 2001 - Annie Ebnet (10/29); Kelly Hoemann (8/27) Shauna Sturm (9/10, 11/5) 2003 - Kim Bostrom (9/8, 9/22)

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK NCC SETTER OF THE WEEK 2007 - Samantha Pearson (9/4, 9/24); Amy Anderson (10/1) 1997 - Julie Nihart (9/2, 9/8, 11/17) 2010 - Shay Birath (11/1*, 11/8) 2002 - Angie Rime (9/3, 11/11) 2011 - Shay Birath (9/19, 10/17) AVCA/SPORTS IMPORTS D-II NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK THE SUMMIT LEAGUE FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH 1998 - Roxie Rath (10/6) 2007 - Amy Anderson (Aug./Sept., Nov.) 2000 - Rose Ebnet (9/18, 11/6) 2010 - Kelli Fiegen (Oct.) THE SUMMIT LEAGUE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2007 - Amy Anderson (MVP) Kristina Martin, Samantha Pearson 2010 - Ellyce Youngren

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NCC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 1982 - Rebecca Johnson, Nancy Buryanek, Tressa Noehren 1986 - Jenni Johnson 1987 - Teresa Rowe 1988 - Wendy Windschitl 1989, 1990 and 1991 - Gail Ahlquist

1995 - Jenni Dold 2000 - Grethe Bornhoft, Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm 2001 - Grethe Bornhoft, Shauna Sturm 2002 - Annie Ebnet 2003 - Sarah Biggerstaff, Kim Bostrom GTE/VERIZON/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1991 - Gail Ahlquist (First Team) 2000 - Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm (Both Second Team) 2001 - Shauna Sturm (First Team) 2002 - Annie Ebnet (Third Team) 2003 - Kim Bostrom (Third Team) GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1991 - Gail Ahlquist (Second Team) NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 2000 - Rose Ebnet AVCA ALL-NORTH CENTRAL REGION 1997 - Julie Nihart, Roxie Rath, Arika Sanders 1998 - Roxie Rath 1999 - Shauna Sturm 2000 - Rose Ebnet, Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm 2001 - Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm 2002 - Angie Rime AVCA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICA 1997 - Arika Sanders (First Team) 1998 - Roxie Rath (First Team) 2000 - Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm (Both First Team) 2001 - Shauna Sturm (First Team), Angie Rime (Second Team) 2002 - Angie Rime (Second Team) ASICS ALL-AMERICA 1998 - Roxie Rath (Second Team)

SUCCESSFUL FARMING ALL-AMERICAN FARM TEAM 2000 - Rose Ebnet AVCA DIVISION II PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2001 - Shauna Sturm DAKTRONICS ALL-REGION FIRST TEAM 2000 - Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm 2001 - Liz Archer, Shauna Sturm 2002 - Liz Archer DAKTRONICS ALL-REGION SECOND TEAM 2000 - Liz Archer, Angie Rime 2001 - Angie Rime 2002 - Kim Bostrom, Angie Rime 2003 - Kim Bostrom DAKTRONICS DIVISION II ALL-AMERICA 2000 - Rose Ebnet (First Team); Shauna Sturm (Third Team) 2001 - Liz Archer, Shauna Sturm (Both First Team) 2002 - Liz Archer (First Team) NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 2000 - Mary Byrne AVCA NORTH CENTRAL REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 1997 - Mary Byrne 2001 - Andrew Palileo * Shared honor


JACKRABBIT ALL-AMERICANS

ARIKA SANDERS – 1997 AVCA Division II All-America Second Team Sanders capped her career by becoming the first SDSU player to attain All-America status as she helped lead the Jackrabbits to their first NCAA postseason berth. She set a then SDSU single-season record with 513 kills in 1997, while earning a spot on the AVCA All-America second team. 1997 STATISTICS YEAR

1997……

GP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

121

513

153

1,317

.273

7

55

45

24

390

20

26

5

3

ROXIE RATH – 1998 AVCA Division II All-America First Team 1998 Asics Division II All-America Second Team Rath led the Jackrabbits to their second consecutive postseason appearance with a stellar senior season as middle hitter. The North Central Conference MVP, Rath ended her career as the all-time SDSU leader in block assists with 301. 1998 STATISTICS YEAR

1998……

GP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

112-29

417

109

899

.343

9

49

40

22

240

23

90

18

9

ROSE EBNET – 2000 AVCA Division II All-America First Team 2000 Daktronics Division II All-America First Team Ebnet posted the finest individual season by a Jackrabbit, earning North Central Conference MVP honors while leading the league in kills. She set SDSU single-season and career records for kills as the Jacks advanced to the regional finals. 2000 STATISTICS YEAR

2000……

GP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

110-33

564

153

1,332

.309

15

57

96

42

423

14

36

13

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SHAUNA STURM – 2000 AVCA Division II All-America First Team 2000 Daktronics Division II All-America Third Team Sturm parlayed her 1999 all-region selection into an All-America selection in 2000. A middle hitter, Sturm teamed with Ebnet to give Jackrabbits a potent inside-outside attack as she finished second in the NCC for hitting percentage. 2000 STATISTICS YEAR

2000……

GP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

111-33

485

111

1,021

.366

20

26

38

11

270

13

93

16

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LIZ ARCHER – 2001 Daktronics Division II All-America First Team After playing the first month of the season throughout the rotation, Archer moved almost exclusively to the back row, earning AllAmerica honors as a defensive specialist. The NCC Defensive Specialist of the Year, Archer led the Jackrabbits with 426 digs as she reached the 1,000-mark for her career. She recorded double figures for digs in 25 of the team’s 34 matches, including a career-high 34 digs against Nebraska-Omaha. 2001 STATISTICS YEAR GP-MP K E TA PCT. A SA SE RE DIGS BS BA BE BHE 2001…… 128-34 122 64 489 .119 7 32 36 35 426 0 15 5 1

ANGIE RIME – 2001 AVCA Division II All-America Second Team Rime distributed the ball to a variety of offensive weapons during the 2001 season, averaging 11.69 assists per game as the Jackrabbits reached the national title match. She tallied 50 or more set assists in 14 matches and added an average of 1.12 kills per game. Rime also played solid defense, finishing third on the team in both digs (330) and blocks (67), while posting 17 double-doubles for assists and digs. 2001 STATISTICS YEAR GP-MP K E TA PCT. A SA SE RE DIGS BS BA BE BHE 2001…… 127-34 145 57 361 .244 1,484 31 36 0 330 9 58 24 28

SHAUNA STURM – 2001 AVCA Division II All-America First-Team & Player-of-the-Year 2001 Daktronics Division II All-America First Team Sturm became the first SDSU volleyball player to earn All-America recognition in two separate seasons when she earned first-team honors from the AVCA and Daktronics. The AVCA Player of the Year, Sturm set an SDSU single-season record with 126 block assists, while leading the team in kills (491) and hitting percentage (.361) as a middle hitter. 2001 STATISTICS YEAR

2001……

GP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

128-34

491

112

1,050

.361

29

29

18

28

351

29

126

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LIZ ARCHER – 2002 Daktronics Division II All-America First-Team An Apple Valley, Minn., native, Archer anchored the SDSU back row as she took over the newly created position of libero. She tallied double figure digs in 30 of the team’s 35 matches, including 11 outings of 20 or more. Archer set a then SDSU single-season record of 595 digs and set a new SDSU career mark of 1,615. A repeat pick on the Daktronics All-America First Team, Archer also earned North Central Conference Defensive Specialist of the Year honors for the second consecutive season. 2002 STATISTICS YEAR GP-MP K E TA PCT. A SA SE RE DIGS BS BA BE BHE 2002…… 131-35 2 6 44 -.091 26 0 1 31 595 0 0 0 1

ANGIE RIME – 2002 AVCA Division II All-America Second Team Rime earned a spot on the AVCA All-America Second Team for the second straight year after setting SDSU single-season and career marks for set assists. Her 1,775 assists gave her an average of 13.45 per game. Rime, who played in every game for the Jackrabbits in 2002, also led the team with 28 service aces, ranked third in digs with 411 and tied for fourth on the club with 67 blocks. 2002 STATISTICS GP-MP

K

E

TA

PCT.

A

SA

SE

RE

DIGS

BS

BA

BE

BHE

132-35

152

43

346

.315

1,775

28

32

1

411

9

58

19

2

YEAR

2002……

JACKRABBIT COACHING RECORDS YEAR

RECORD

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

7-0 5-3 11-1 7-0 4-3 11-2 9-12

COACH

YEAR

RECORD

Pat Hale Pat Hale Pat Hale Pat Hale Sue Yeager Sue Yeager Sue Yeager

1997

26-9

(AIAW State Champions)

MARY BYRNE

RUTH MARSKE

SDSU COACHES BY VICTORIES COACH

Mary Byrne Ruth Marske Andrew Palileo Deb Allyn Janet Stumps Kathy DeDeyn Nanabah Allison-Brewer Pat Hale Sue Yeager Al Schneider Phil McDaniel

YEARS

8 8 7 5 3 2 3 4 3 2 1

W-L 175-88 172-108 154-86 101-98 75-44 37-38 36-48 30-4 24-17 20-36 13-20

PCT. .665 .614 .642 .505 .540 .493 .429 .822 .585 .357 .394

SDSU COACHES BY WINNING PCT. COACH

Pat Hale Mary Byrne Andrew Palileo Ruth Marske Sue Yeager Janet Stumps Deb Allyn Kathy DeDeyn Nanabah Allison-Brewer Phil McDaniel Al Schneider

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4 8 7 8 3 3 5 2 3 1 2

W-L 30-4 175-88 154-86 172-108 24-17 75-44 101-98 37-38 36-48 13-20 20-36

PCT. .822 .665 .642 .614 .585 .540 .505 .493 .429 .394 .357

1973 1974

18-4 20-11

Ruth Marske Ruth Marske

(AIAW State Champions)

1975

25-5

Ruth Marske

(AIAW State Champions)

1976 1977

32-9 28-18

Ruth Marske Ruth Marske

(AIAW State Champions)

1978 1979 1980

20-27 12-20 17-14

Ruth Marske Ruth Marske Ruth Marske

(AIAW State Champions)

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

20-18 17-20 24-16 23-23 10-20 23-23 21-17 20-17 27-20 28-7 16-17 14-19 19-12 18-15 17-16 21-14

Kathy DeDeyn Kathy DeDeyn Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Janet Stumps Janet Stumps Janet Stumps Al Schneider Al Schneider Mary Byrne Mary Byrne Mary Byrne Mary Byrne

COACH

Mary Byrne

(North Central Regional runner-up)

1998

23-9

Mary Byrne

(North Central Regional qualifier)

1999 2000

22-9 29-4

Mary Byrne Mary Byrne

(NCC Champion, North Central Regional runner-up)

2001

28-6

Andrew Palileo

(NCAA Division II runner-up)

2002

28-7

Andrew Palileo

(North Central Regional runner-up)

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

13-19 22-12 16-19 22-12 25-11

Andrew Palileo Andrew Palileo Andrew Palileo Andrew Palileo Andrew Palileo

(Summit League Champion, NCAA Tournament)

2008 10-17 N. Allison-Brewer 2009 10-17 N. Allison-Brewer 2010 16-14 N. Allison-Brewer 2011 13-20 Phil McDaniel –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 46 YEARS 847-588 11 COACHES * Five AIAW State Titles (1972, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1980)

* Two Conference Titles (2000, 2007)

* Six NCAA Tournament Appearances (1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2007)


2011 MATCH-BY-MATCH

OVERALL RECORD: 13-20

CONFERENCE: 5-13

HOME: 4-8

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OPPONENT

Aug. 26 Aug. 26 Aug. 27 Aug. 27 Sep. 2 Sep. 2 Sep. 3 Sep. 6 Sep. 9 Sep. 9 Sep. 9 Sep. 10 Sep. 16 Sep. 17 Sep. 19 Sep. 23 Sep. 24 Sep. 27 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Oct. 14 Oct. 15 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Oct. 31 Nov. 3 Nov. 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 11 Nov. 12

#vs Montana State #at Georgia Southern #vs Stephen F. Austin #vs Jacksonville +vs Appalachian St. +vs Belmont +at Kansas NEBRASKA-OMAHA $vs Arkansas State $vs Hofstra $vs Kansas State $at Missouri State *IUPUI *WESTERN ILLINOIS *at UMKC *at IPFW *at Oakland at North Dakota *NORTH DAKOTA ST. *at South Dakota *ORAL ROBERTS *SOUTHERN UTAH *at Western Illinois *at IUPUI *OAKLAND *IPFW *at North Dakota St. NORTH DAKOTA *at Southern Utah *at Oral Roberts NORTHERN IOWA *UMKC *SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State Opponents

SET

AWAY: 3-10

I--SERVE--I

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PASS

DEF

SP

K

E

TA

PCT

A

SA

SE

RE

DIG

BS

BA

BE

TOTAL

GEN BHE

4 5 3 4 4 4 3 3 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 5 4 3 3 4 5 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 121 121

47 61 34 58 45 54 28 38 64 37 35 28 60 45 36 34 25 29 38 44 51 53 40 26 44 67 45 36 55 49 34 56 56 1452 1812

12 15 13 22 25 18 17 6 20 11 10 18 26 14 10 8 17 21 12 20 19 17 17 15 20 24 18 13 17 26 15 17 26 559 723

123 200 119 170 144 139 100 100 192 101 102 101 182 121 104 109 106 111 125 179 174 152 136 112 163 205 154 122 150 191 116 163 173 4639 5064

.285 .230 .176 .212 .139 .259 .110 .320 .229 .257 .245 .099 .187 .256 .250 .239 .075 .072 .208 .134 .184 .237 .169 .098 .147 .210 .175 .189 .253 .120 .164 .239 .173 .192 .215

42 53 33 47 39 53 28 38 61 34 33 28 59 44 34 32 23 28 37 37 47 49 38 25 41 60 43 33 49 46 34 52 51 1351 1691

13 7 0 8 11 1 4 6 5 4 2 1 12 3 5 2 4 2 0 4 6 8 1 2 5 4 7 2 2 5 3 4 4 147 151

11 6 3 10 3 7 5 8 8 7 5 2 6 2 1 6 5 6 11 6 4 3 5 3 6 2 7 4 4 9 2 2 3 172 222

5 7 4 3 4 8 5 4 5 2 2 5 4 3 2 7 5 2 5 1 9 4 6 3 2 2 11 2 8 5 5 3 8 151 147

58 102 57 75 63 55 35 58 87 50 39 46 93 65 55 50 46 39 61 72 82 76 64 49 82 103 77 58 79 100 56 89 91 2212 2325

1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 5 2 1 2 2 2 0 1 0 4 0 7 4 2 5 3 1 2 3 3 3 4 2 0 1 66 72

8 12 4 8 12 14 8 10 16 16 0 2 22 14 16 10 4 14 6 8 10 10 6 12 18 18 10 14 8 14 12 14 10 360 298

1 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 3 1 2 2 4 1 2 0 3 0 3 2 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 5 1 0 1 1 2 47 54

5.0 7.0 2.0 4.0 8.0 8.0 4.0 7.0 13.0 10.0 1.0 3.0 13.0 9.0 8.0 6.0 2.0 11.0 3.0 11.0 9.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 8.0 10.0 7.0 11.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 246.0 221.0

2 4 0 3 4 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 5 3 3 1 0 1 2 0 1 45 27

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RECORD

North Dakota State ...............16-2 IPFW ....................................14-4 Oral Roberts ..........................12-6 Oakland ................................12-6 IUPUI ...................................8-10 South Dakota ........................7-11 Southern Utah .......................7-11 UMKC ...................................6-12 South Dakota State ...............5-13 Western Illinois ......................3-15 THE

PCT

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

STREAK

RECORD

PCT

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

STREAK

.889 .778 .667 .667 .444 .389 .389 .333 .278 .167

8-1 8-1 6-3 7-2 5-4 3-6 5-4 3-6 3-6 2-7

8-1 6-3 6-3 5-4 3-6 4-5 2-7 3-6 2-7 1-8

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

W9 W3 L5 W6 L2 W1 W1 L1 L2 L8

26-9 21-9 20-10 18-11 15-16 14-18 11-20 12-17 13-20 12-18

.743 .700 .667 .621 .484 .438 .355 .414 .394 .400

9-3 9-2 6-3 10-2 9-6 6-7 7-7 5-8 4-8 4-7

9-6 9-5 10-4 5-7 4-7 5-7 3-10 5-7 3-10 3-11

8-0 3-2 4-3 3-2 2-3 3-4 1-3 2-2 6-2 5-0

L1 L1 L1 L1 L2 W1 W1 L1 L3 L3

2011 SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS; FT. WAYNE, IND. North Dakota State def. Oakland, 3-1 Oral Roberts def. IPFW, 3-2 FINALS: North Dakota State def. Oral Roberts, 3-0

SEMIFINALS:

THE

2011 NCAA TOURNAMENT; MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. No. 19 Minnesota def. North Dakota State, 3-0

FIRST ROUND:

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OVERALL

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

13-20 5-13 8-7

4-8 3-6 1-2

3-10 2-7 1-3

6-2 0-0 6-2

I----DIG----I I-----------BLOCK-----------I I--------------ATTACK--------------I I-----SET-----I I-----SERVE-----I SP K K/G E TA PCT. A A/G SA SE SA/G RE DIG D/G BS BA TOTAL B/G BE BHE ## STATS SUMMARY ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7 Kelli Fiegen 121 422 3.49 106 913 .346 8 0.07 8 13 0.07 7 44 0.36 28 90 118 0.98 14 2 8 Kaitlin Klingemann 116 304 2.62 111 874 .221 14 0.12 34 36 0.29 5 112 0.97 3 68 71 0.61 6 2 15 Ellyce Youngren 119 241 2.03 101 849 .165 21 0.18 23 33 0.19 22 155 1.30 13 64 77 0.65 8 2 1 Kelly Herrmann 119 198 1.66 78 828 .145 36 0.30 11 17 0.09 24 378 3.18 6 33 39 0.33 3 3 9 Lexi Fowler 121 93 0.77 22 300 .237 1192 9.85 19 25 0.16 1 297 2.45 1 40 41 0.34 5 27 12 Bailey Philippot 43 52 1.21 31 220 .095 3 0.07 0 0 0.00 2 26 0.60 0 10 10 0.23 2 0 10 Erinn Osborne 47 50 1.06 35 228 .066 5 0.11 1 1 0.02 5 26 0.55 0 11 11 0.23 2 0 4 Margit Hansing 52 35 0.67 31 176 .023 3 0.06 2 2 0.04 7 24 0.46 7 8 15 0.29 0 0 19 Kelsey Hansen 43 33 0.77 23 124 .081 5 0.12 0 0 0.00 1 14 0.33 1 16 17 0.40 5 1 21 Ashley Bartek 29 18 0.62 15 74 .041 1 0.03 0 1 0.00 0 6 0.21 7 19 26 0.90 2 2 16 Emily Palmer 121 3 0.02 3 27 .000 17 0.14 25 19 0.21 16 323 2.67 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 5 Amanda Stout 111 2 0.02 0 13 .154 12 0.11 4 8 0.04 29 166 1.50 0 1 1 0.01 0 2 2 Shay Birath 121 1 0.01 3 13 -.154 34 0.28 20 17 0.17 16 641 5.30 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 TEAM 16 South Dakota State..... 121 1452 12.00 559 4639 .192 1351 11.17 147 172 1.21 151 2212 18.28 66 360 246.0 2.03 47 45 Opponents.................. 121 1812 14.98 723 5064 .215 1691 13.98 151 222 1.25 147 2325 19.21 72 298 221.0 1.83 54 27 TEAM STATISTICS

SDSU

OPP

------------------------ ---------- ---------ATTACK Kills . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1452 1812 Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . 559 723 Total Attacks . . . . . . . 4639 5064 Attack Pct . . . . . . . .. 192 .215 Kills/Set . . . . . . . . . . 12.0 15.0 SET Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . 1351 1691 Assists/Set . . . . . . . . . 11.2 14.0 SERVE Aces . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 151 Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 222 Aces/Set . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 1.2 SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 147 Errors/Set . . . . . . . . . 1.2 1.2 DEFENSE Digs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2212 2325 Digs/Set . . . . . . . . . . 18.3 19.2 BLOCKING Block Solo . . . . . . . . . 66 72 Block Assist . . . . . . . . 360 298 Total Blocks . . . . . . . . 246.0 221.0 Blocks/Set . . . . . . . . . 2.0 1.8 Block Errors . . . . . . . 47 54 Ball handling errors . . . 45 27 ATTENDANCE Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6482 7892 Dates/Avg Per Date . . 12/540 13/607 Neutral site #/Avg . . . 8/162 Current win streak . . . 0 Home win streak . . . . 0 -

DATE

------------# Aug 26 # Aug 26 # Aug 27 # Aug 27 + Sep 2 + Sep 2 + Sep 3 Sep 6 $ Sep 9 $ Sep 9 $ Sep 9 $ Sep 10 * Sep 16 * Sep 17 * Sep 19 * Sep 23 * Sep 24 Sep 27 * Oct 1 * Oct 3 * Oct 7 * Oct 8 * Oct 14 * Oct 15 * Oct 21 * Oct 22 * Oct 28 Oct 31 * Nov 3 * Nov 5 Nov 7 * Nov 11 * Nov 12

OPPONENT

-------------------vs Montana State at Georgia Southern vs Stephen F. Austin vs Jacksonville vs Appalachian St. vs Belmont at Kansas NEBRASKA-OMAHA vs Arkansas State vs Hofstra vs Kansas State at Missouri State IUPUI WESTERN ILLINOIS at UMKC at IPFW at Oakland at North Dakota NORTH DAKOTA ST. at South Dakota ORAL ROBERTS SOUTHERN UTAH at Western Illinois at IUPUI OAKLAND IPFW at North Dakota St. NORTH DAKOTA at Southern Utah at Oral Roberts #12 NORTHERN IOWA UMKC SOUTH DAKOTA

W/L

-----W W L W W W L W W W L L W W W L L L L L L W L L L L L L L W L L L

SCORE

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

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ATTENDANCE

----------------------------------- ---------25-21,25-18,21-25,25-18 110 21-25,22-25,26-24,25-23,15-10 985 17-25,15-25,22-25 105 17-25,25-23,25-22,25-19 252 22-25,25-23,25-20,25-23 300 26-24,17-25,29-27,25-20 325 11-25,21-25,23-25 1230 26-24,25-13,25-16 1021 26-28,25-21,18-25,30-28,15-11 73 25-19,25-18,25-19 56 18-25,21-25,15-25 71 16-25,15-25,15-25 486 21-25,23-25,25-21,25-21,15-6 715 25-16,25-18,29-27 459 25-14,25-20,25-16 318 22-25,20-25,22-25 311 18-25,18-25,11-25 212 19-25,22-25,19-25 718 13-25,13-25,27-29 687 25-20,14-25,19-25,22-25 1122 15-25,24-26,25-23,25-18,10-15 311 25-17,25-21,23-25,25-16 371 19-25,17-25,27-29 326 21-25,19-25,18-25 173 26-24,13-25,23-25,21-25 431 25-21,25-23,21-25,25-27,17-19 584 23-25,25-19,16-25,20-25 1027 20-25,23-25,22-25 327 15-25,25-19,22-25,18-25 613 25-21,27-25,16-25,25-23 371 22-25,20-25,18-25 337 19-25,22-25,25-17,23-25 426 23-25,26-24,21-25,29-31 813


YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 1966 – Won 7, Lost 0 Coach: Pat Hale OPPONENT SCORE 11/22 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 11/28 at Sioux Falls ....................W 2-0 11/30 at Dakota State.................W 2-1 Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 12/3 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1 12/3 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-1 12/3 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-1 ––– 12/6 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1967 – Won 5, Lost 3 Coach: Pat Hale DATE OPPONENT SCORE 11/16 at Dakota State.................W 2-0 11/28 SIOUX FALLS.....................L 0-2 Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 12/2 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1 12/2 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-1 12/2 YANKTON (S.D.) .................L 0-2 12/2 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 12/2 YANKTON (S.D.) .................L 1-2 ––– 12/6 at Dakota State.................W 2-0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1968 – Won 11, Lost 1 Coach: Pat Hale DATE OPPONENT SCORE 11/15 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0 11/19 at Sioux Falls ....................W 2-0 11/26 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0 12/3 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-1 12/5 vs Sioux Falls ....................W 2-0 12/5 at Northern State ..............W 2-0 12/6 vs Sioux Falls ....................W 2-1 12/6 at Northern State ..............W 2-1 Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 12/7 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0 12/7 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 12/7 YANKTON (S.D.) ................W 2-0 ––– 12/8 Augustana .........................L 1-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1969 – Won 7, Lost 0 Coach: Pat Hale DATE OPPONENT SCORE 11/18 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0 11/25 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0 12/2 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 12/8 at Augustana ....................W 2-1 Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 12/13 HURON ............................W 2-0 12/13 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 12/13 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1970 – Won 4, Lost 3 Coach: Pat Hale DATE OPPONENT SCORE / at SW State (Minn.)............L 0-2 / SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 / at Augustana ....................W 2-0 11/24 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 12/2 AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2 12/3 MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-0 Sports Day Championship; Brookings, S.D. 12/5 AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1971 – Won 11, Lost 2 Coach: Sue Yeager DATE OPPONENT SCORE 11/10 at Minn.-Morris .................W 2-1 11/11 at Huron...........................W 2-0 11/16 at Northern State ..............W 2-0 11/18 at South Dakota................W 2-0 11/23 AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2 11/30 MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-1 12/1 at Augustana......................L 0-2 ––– AIAW State Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 12/3 USD-SPRINGFIELD...........W 2-0 12/3 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 12/4 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0 ––– DATE

12/8 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1 12/9 HURON ............................W 2-0 12/14 at Dakota State.................W 2-0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1972 – Won 9, Lost 12 Coach: Sue Yeager DATE OPPONENT SCORE 11/7 at Dakota State..................L 0-2 11/11 at Mankato State................L 0-2 11/11 vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2 11/14 at Minn-Morris ...................L 0-2 11/16 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 11/16 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0 11/21 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0 11/28 at Augustana ....................W 2-1 11/29 MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-1 12/4 at Sioux Falls......................L 1-2 12/5 HURON ............................W 2-0 AIAW State Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 12/8 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1 12/8 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0 12/9 MOUNT MARTY (S.D.) ........L 1-2 12/9 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-1 12/9 MOUNT MARTY..................L 0-2 AIAW Region VI Tourney; Minneapolis, Minn. January 18-20, 1973 vs North Dakota .................L 1-2 vs Kansas ..........................L 0-2 at Minnesota......................L 0-2 vs Central Missouri .............L 0-2 vs Drake ............................L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1973 – Won 18, Lost 4 Coach: Ruth Marske DATE OPPONENT SCORE 10/11 at Dakota State.................W 2-0 10/15 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0 10/18 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 10/23 at Mount Marty .................W 3-2 10/27 at Northern State ..............W 2-0 10/27 vs Black Hills State............W 2-1 11/1 vs South Dakota................W 2-0 11/1 at USD-Springfield ............W 2-0 11/3 MANKATO STATE................L 1-2 11/3 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 / MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-0 11/10 at St. Cloud State ..............W 3-2 11/14 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0 AIAW State Tournament; Springfield, S.D. 11/16 vs Dakota State.................W 2-0 11/16 at USD-Springfield ............W 2-0 11/17 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0 11/17 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0 AIAW Region VI Tourney; Minneapolis, Minn. Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1973 vs North Dakota ................W 2-0 vs Missouri.........................L 0-2 vs Nebraska ......................W 2-1 vs Drake ............................L 0-2 vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1974 – Won 20, Lost 11 Coach: Ruth Marske DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/21 CONCORDIA-M’HEAD.......W 2-0 10/1 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0 10/1 USD-SPRINGFIELD...........W 2-0 10/4 at Northern State ..............W 2-0 10/4 vs South Dakota................W 2-0 10/7 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0 10/7 SW STATE (Minn.) .............W 2-0 10/10 at Mankato State................L 1-2 10/10 vs Gustavus Adolphus .........L 1-2 10/15 at Augustana ....................W 2-0 10/15 vs Sioux Falls .....................L 1-2 10/19 ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 1-2 10/21 at Mount Marty .................W 2-0 10/21 vs Yankton (S.D.) ...............W 2-0 10/24 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 10/24 YANKTON (S.D.) ................W 2-0 10/30 vs Wayne State (Neb.)........W 2-0 10/30 at USD-Springfield ............W 2-0 11/1 at Concordia-Moorhead ......L 0-2 11/1 at North Dakota State.........L 0-2 SDAIAW Tournament; Springfield, S.D.

11/8 vs Yankton (S.D.) ...............W 2-1 11/8 vs South Dakota................W 2-1 11/9 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0 11/9 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0 AIAW Region VI Tournament; Lincoln, Neb. November 21-23, 1974 vs Minnesota......................L 0-2 vs Missouri........................W 2-0 vs Kansas State..................L 1-2 vs William Penn (Iowa)........L 0-2 vs Kearney State (Neb.) ......L 1-2 vs Augsburg (Minn.) ...........L 1-2 vs Mayville State (N.D.) .....W 2-0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1975 – Won 25, Lost 5 Coach: Ruth Marske DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/26 vs Sioux Empire ................W 2-0 9/26 at Mount Marty .................W 2-0 9/27 Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 2-1 9/30 at Yankton.........................W 2-0 9/30 vs N’eastern CC (Neb.) ......W 2-1 10/8 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 10/10 MANKATO STATE...............W 2-0 10/10 NORTH DAKOTA ST............W 2-0 10/15 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0 10/15 SW STATE (Minn.) .............W 2-0 10/21 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 10/21 USD-SPRINGFIELD...........W 2-0 10/24 at Black Hills State ............W 2-1 10/24 vs Chadron State (Neb.).....W 2-0 10/25 vs Wyoming ......................W 2-1 10/25 vs SD Tech........................W 2-0 10/28 at South Dakota................W 2-0 10/28 vs Augustana ....................W 2-0 10/31 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0 10/31 vs Martin Luther (Minn.) ....W 2-0 11/1 at St. Cloud State ...............L 1-2 11/1 vs Winona State (Minn.).....W 2-0 11/3 at USD-Springfield ............W 2-1 11/3 vs Wayne State..................W 2-0 11/11 at Minn.-Morris .................W 2-0 AIAW Region VI Tourney; Columbia, Mo. November 20-22, 1975 vs St. Louis ........................L 0-2 vs Kansas ..........................L 0-2 vs Minnesota......................L 1-2 vs Drake...........................W 2-0 vs Nebraska .......................L 1-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1976 – Won 32, Lost 7 Coach: Ruth Marske DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/24 at North Dakota State........W 2-0 9/25 at Concordia-M’head.........W 2-0 9/25 at Moorhead St. (Minn.).....W 2-0 9/28 at N’eastern CC (Neb.).......W 2-0 9/28 vs York (Neb.)....................W 2-0 10/5 ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 1-2 10/5 ST. CLOUD STATE..............W 2-1 10/12 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 10/12 YANKTON (S.D.) ................W 2-0 / Dakota State.....................W 2-0 10/20 vs USD-Springfield............W 2-0 10/20 at Northern State ..............W 2-0 10/26 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0 10/26 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0 SDSU Invitational; Brookings, S.D. 10/29 BLACK HILLS STATE..........W 2-0 10/29 NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0 10/29 NEBRASKA (J.V.) ................L 0-2 10/30 N’EASTERN CC (Neb.) .......W 2-1 10/30 NEBRASKA (J.V.) ................L 0-2 10/30 MOUNT MARTY.................W 2-0 ––– 11/5 at Mankato State...............W 2-1 11/5 vs Minnesota.....................W 2-1 AIAW State Tournament; Brookings, S.D. November 11-13, 1976 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0 HURON ............................W 2-0 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0 DAKOTA WESLEYAN ..........W 2-0 BLACK HILLS STATE..........W 2-0

SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0 MOUNT MARTY.................W 2-1 AIAW Region VI Tournament; Brookings, S.D. November 18-20, 1976 BETHEL (Kan.)...................L 0-2 MAYVILLE ST. (N.D.)..........W 2-0 KEARNEY ST. (Neb.) ..........W 2-0 WILLIAM WOODS (Mo.).....W 2-0 LORAS (Iowa) ...................W 2-0 GUST. ADOLPHUS ..............L 0-2 ST. CATHERINE (Minn.).......L 0-2 NORTH DAKOTA STATE......W 2-0 BETHEL (Kan.)...................L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1977 – Won 28, Lost 18 Coach: Ruth Marske COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE DATE OPPONENT SCORE SDAIAW Tournament; Yankton, S.D. / vs. St. Cloud State ..............L 0-2 / vs. St. Cloud State ..............L 0-2 / vs. Mankato State...............L 1-2 at Tri-College Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 9/ at North Dakota State.........L 0-2 ––– SDSU Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 10/29 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ...........L 0-2 ––– / vs. SW State (Minn.)..........W 2-0 11/11 vs. Dakota Wesleyan ..........W 2-0 11/11 vs. Northern State .............W 2-0 11/12 vs. Mount Marty ................W 2-0 AIAW Region VI Tourney; Lamoni, Iowa 11/18 vs Bemidji State .................L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1978 – Won 20, Lost 27 Coach: Ruth Marske COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Tri-College Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 9/26 vs St. Catherine (Minn.) ......L 0-2 9/26 vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-0 9/26 vs Mankato State ...............L 0-2 9/26 vs Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-2 9/26 vs MSU-Moorhead..............L 0-2 9/26 at North Dakota State.........L 0-2 9/26 vs Bemidji State .................L 1-2 ––– / at SW State (Minn.)............L 1-3 at Drake Invitational; Des Moines, Iowa October 20-21, 1978 vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-2 vs Iowa..............................L 0-2 vs Wichita State..................L 0-2 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 at SDAIAW Tournament; Yankton, S.D. 11/2 vs South Dakota Tech.........W 2-1 11/2 vs Sioux Falls College ........W 2-0 11/2 vs Huron College...............W 2-0 11/2 vs Black Hills State.............L 0-2 11/3 vs Augustana .....................L 0-2 11/3 vs USD-Springfield............W 2-0 Bracket Play 11/4 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-1 11/4 vs Augustana ....................W 2-0 11/4 vs South Dakota.................L 1-2 11/4 vs Augustana ....................W 2-1 11/4 vs South Dakota................W 2-1 11/4 vs South Dakota.................L 1-2 at Region VI Tournament; Duluth, Minn. 11/ vs Loras (Iowa)...................L 0-2 11/ vs North Dakota State.........L 1-2 11/ at Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-2 11/ vs Bethel (Kan.) .................L 0-2 11/ vs William Woods (Mo.) .......L 0-2 11/ vs Kearney State (Neb.) ......L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1979 – Won 12, Lost 20 Coach: Ruth Marske COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE DATE OPPONENT SCORE at St. Cloud State Invite; St. Cloud, Minn. 9/15 vs North Dakota State.........L 1-2 at Tri-College Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 9/25 at North Dakota State.........L 0-2

10/12 vs North Dakota ................W 2-0 ––– / vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2 / vs SW State (Minn.)............L 0-3 10/13 vs North Dakota State.........L 1-3 NCC Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 10/26 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 1-2 10/27 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ...........L 1-3 SDAIAW D-II Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 11/3 AUGUSTANA .....................W 3-0 11/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-1 AIAW Sub-Regional; Brookings, S.D. 11/6 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 1-3 / MANKATO STATE................L 1-2 / MANKATO STATE................L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1980 – Won 17, Lost 14 Coach: Ruth Marske DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/20 vs Dakota State.................W 2-0 9/20 vs Black Hills State.............L 1-2 at Tri-College Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 9/26 vs Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-2 9/26 vs MSU-Moorhead.............W 2-0 9/26 vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-1 9/27 vs St. Catherine (Minn.) ......L 0-2 9/27 vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-0 9/27 vs MSU-Moorhead..............L 0-2 ––– 9/30 South Daktoa....................W 3-1 10/1 Valley City State (N.D.) ......W 2-1 10/1 Northern State ..................W 2-0 10/7 Augustana ........................W 2-0 10/7 SW State (Minn.)................L 0-2 10/8 Mankato State....................L 0-2 10/8 Martin Luther (Minn.) .........L 1-2 10/10 Northern State ..................W 2-1 10/10 Northwestern (Iowa) ...........L 0-2 10/10 Northeast CC (Neb.) ..........W 2-0 10/13 Sioux Falls ........................W 3-1 10/17 Augustana ........................W 2-0 10/17 North Dakota State.............L 0-2 10/17 North Dakota ....................W 2-1 10/20 Dakota State.....................W 2-0 10/20 Yankton (S.D.)...................W 2-0 at NCC Tournament; Greeley, Colo. 10/24 vs South Dakota.................L 1-2 10/24 vs Augustana ....................W 2-0 10/24 at Northern Colorado ..........L 0-2 10/25 vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-3 10/25 vs North Dakota .................L 2-3 at SDAIAW D-II Tournament; Vermillion, S.D. 11/4 vs Augustana ....................W 3-0 11/4 at South Daktoa .................L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1981 – Won 20, Lost 18 Coach: Kathy DeDeyn COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE DATE OPPONENT SCORE / Mankato State ..................W 2-0 at Tri-College Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 9/ at North Dakota State.........L 0-2 SDSU Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 9/18 NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0 9/19 ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 0-2 ––– 10/9 vs North Dakota .................L 0-3 10/10 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3 / vs SW State (Minn.)............L 0-2 SW State Tournament; Marshall, Minn. / at SW State (Minn.)............L 1-2 NCC Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 10/22 NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0 10/23 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-2 10/24 ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 0-2 AIAW Sub-Regional; Brookings, S.D. 11/ NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1982 – Won 17, Lost 20 Coach: Kathy DeDeyn COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE DATE OPPONENT SCORE St. Cloud State Invite; St. Cloud, Minn. 9/17 vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-3 9/17 vs Bemidji State .................L 0-2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES SDSU Quadrangular; Brookings, S.D. 10/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-2 10/8 NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0 10/8 SOUTH DAKOTA................ unknown NCC Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 10/22 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ...........L 0-2 10/22 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-2 10/22 NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1983 – Won 24, Lost 16 Coach: Deb Allyn COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE DATE OPPONENT SCORE at NCC Round Robin; Omaha, Neb. 9/16 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 9/16 vs North Dakota ................W 2-1 9/17 at Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-2 Macalester Tournament; St. Paul, Minn. 10/8 vs Bemidji State .................L 0-2 Can/Am Tournament; Grand Forks, N.D. 10/14 at North Dakota ................W 2-1 SDSU Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 11/4 NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-1 ––– / vs Mankato State ...............L 0-2 / vs Mankato State ...............L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1984 – Won 23, Lost 23 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE OPPONENT SCORE / SW State (Minn.)................L 1-3 at NCC Early Bird Round Robin / vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2 / vs North Dakota ................W 2-0 / vs Augustana .....................L 1-2 / vs South Dakota................W 2-1 / vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-2 9/15 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 / vs Mankato State ...............L 1-2 SDSU Invitational; Brookings, S.D. / NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-1 / SD TECH ...........................L 0-2 / MOUNT MARTY.................W 2-0 / JAMESTOWN (N.D.) ...........W 2-1 / MAYVILLE STATE (N.D.).....W 2-0 / BRIAR CLIFF (Iowa) ..........W 2-1 at Augustana Triangular; Sioux Falls, S.D. / vs Mankato State ...............L 0-2 / at Augustana ....................W 2-0 at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. / vs Midland (Neb.)..............W 2-0 / vs Morningside...................L 1-2 / vs South Dakota.................L 1-2 / vs Northern State ..............W 2-0 / vs Morningside..................W 2-0 / vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ...........W 2-0 / vs St. Mary’s (Minn.)...........L 1-2 – –– / SW State (Minn.)................L 1-3 at UND Invitational; Grand Forks, N.D. / vs Winnipeg .......................L 0-2 / vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 / at North Dakota ................W 2-0 / vs Mayville State (N.D.) .....W 2-1 / vs Augustana .....................L 1-2 / vs Winnipeg .......................L 0-2 / vs Augustana .....................L 1-2 at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn. / at Mankato State................L 0-2 / vs Minn.-Duluth .................L 1-2 / vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2 / vs Augustana .....................L 0-2 at SW State Quadrangular; Marshall, Minn. / at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0 / vs Winona State (Minn.).....W 2-1 / vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-1 SDSU Round Robin Invite; Brookings, S.D. / NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0 / SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0 / GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS.......L 1-2 / AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2 / UW-WHITEWATER.............W 2-0 at NCC Tournament; Mankato, Minn. / vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2 / at Mankato State...............W 2-0

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vs North Dakota ................W 2-0 vs Augustana ....................W 2-0 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1985 – Won 10, Lost 20 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE OPPONENT SCORE / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-2 / Valley City State (N.D.) ......W 2-0 / North Dakota ....................W 2-1 / Jamestown (N.D.) ..............W 2-1 / Augustana .........................L 0-2 / Augustana .........................L 0-2 / North Dakota .....................L 0-2 / Bemidji State ....................W 2-0 / St Cloud State....................L 0-2 / Mankato State....................L 0-2 / North Dakota State.............L 0-2 / Minn.-Duluth .....................L 1-2 / Morningside......................W 2-0 / St. Mary’s (Neb.) ...............W 2-1 / Gustavus Adolphus ............W 2-1 / Gustavus Adolphus .............L 0-2 / Augustana .........................L 0-3 / SW State (Minn.)................L 1-3 / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3 / Mankato State....................L 0-3 / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-2 / UW-LaCrosse .....................L 0-2 / Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3 / South Dakota....................W 3-0 / North Dakota ....................W 3-0 / St. Catherine’s (Minn.) .......W 3-1 / Augustana .........................L 0-3 / Noth Dakota ......................L 0-3 / North Dakota State.............L 0-3 / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1986 – Won 23, Lost 23 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/10 SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0 at North Dakota Tournament; Fargo, S.D. 9/12 vs Valley City State.............W 2-0 9/12 at North Dakota ................W 2-1 9/12 vs St. Cloud State..............W 2-0 9/12 vs Jamestown (N.D.) .........W 2-0 9/13 at Augustana......................L 1-2 9/13 vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2 9/13 vs Augustana .....................L 1-2 ––– 9/17 MOUNT MARTY.................W 3-0 at St. Cloud St. Tournament; St. Cloud, Minn. 9/19 vs Minn.-Duluth ................W 2-1 9/19 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 9/ vs Grand Valley State ..........L 0-2 9/ vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-2 9/20 vs Mankato State ..............W 2-0 9/20 at St. Cloud State ...............L 0-2 at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 9/26 vs North Dakota .................L 0-2 9/26 vs Gustavus Adolphus........W 2-1 9/ vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ...........W 2-0 9/27 vs St. Mary’s (Neb.) ...........W 2-1 9/27 vs North Dakota .................L 0-2 ––– 10/1 NORTHERN STATE ............W 3-0 at Gustavus Adolphus Tournament; St. Peter, Minn. 10/4 at Gustavus Adolphus .........L 0-2 10/4 vs UW-River Falls ..............W 2-0 10/4 vs Augsutana .....................L 1-2 10/4 vs Moorhead State..............L 1-2 10/4 vs Morningside...................L 1-2 ––– 10/10 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-3 10/15 at Augsutana ....................W 3-1 at Mankato State Tourney; Mankato, Minn. 10/17 vs Minnesota-Duluth ..........L 0-2 10/17 at Mankato State................L 0-2 10/17 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 10/18 vs North Dakota ................W 2-1 10/18 vs Minnesota-Duluth ..........L 0-2 at Hamline Tournament; St. Paul, Minn. 10/25 vs Trinity College................W 2-0

10/25 at Hamline (Minn.) ............W 2-0 10/25 vs Mary (N.D.)...................W 2-0 ––– 10/31 NORTH DAKOTA................W 3-2 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 11/1 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-2 11/1 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0 11/1 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 1-2 ––– 11/7 at Mankato State ..............W 3-2 11/8 at St. Cloud State ..............L 1-3 11/14 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 11/15 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 0-3 at NCC Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 11/21 vs Augustana ....................W 3-0 11/21 vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1987 – Won 21, Lost 17 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/9 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-0 at UND Invitational; Grand Forks, N.D. 9/11 vs Carleton (Minn.)............W 2-1 9/11 vs Augustana .....................L 1-3 9/11 vs Michigan Tech.................L 1-3 9/12 vs Jamestown (N.D.) ..........W 3-2 9/12 vs St. Cloud State...............L 1-3 at UW-LaCrosse Invitational: LaCrosse, Wis. 9/18 vs Carleton (Minn.)............W 2-1 9/18 vs St. Catherines (Minn.)....W 2-1 9/18 vs UW-Superior.................W 2-0 9/19 vs Augustana ....................W 2-1 9/19 at UW-LaCrosse ................W 2-1 at Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 9/25 vs Bemidji State................W 2-1 9/25 vs South Dakota................W 2-0 9/25 at Augustana ....................W 2-1 9/26 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0 9/26 vs North Dakota ................W 2-0 9/26 vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ............L 1-2 at Gustavus Adolphus Invite; St. Peter, Minn. 10/3 at Gustavus Adolphus ...........L 1-2 10/3 vs Moorhead St. (Minn.) ......W 2-0 10/3 vs Morningside....................W 2-0 10/3 vs Augustana........................L 0-2 ––– 10/14 Augustana .........................L 3-0 at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn. 10/16 vs Northern Michigan.........W 2-1 10/16 vs Gustavus Adolphus .........L 1-2 10/16 at Mankato State................L 0-2 10/17 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2 10/17 vs St. Cloud State...............L 1-2 ––– 10/21 at South Dakota................W 3-0 10/23 at Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 1-3 SDSU Invitational; Brookings, S.D. 10/30 ST. CATHERINE’S (Minn.)...W 3-0 10/31 AUGUSTANA .....................W 3-1 10/31 BEMIDJI STATE ..................L 2-3 ––– 11/6 at North Dakota .................L 1-3 11/7 at North Dakota State.........L 0-3 11/13 St. Cloud State..................W 3-2 11/14 Mankato State....................L 2-3 at NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 11/22 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1988 – Won 20, Lost 17 Coach: Janet Stumps DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/6 SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-1 at North Dakota Invite; Grand Forks, N.D. 9/9 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3 9/9 vs Augustana .....................L 1-3 9/10 at North Dakota ................W 3-1 9/10 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3 ––– 9/15 at Alaska-Fairbanks ...........W 3-1 9/16 at Alaska-Fairbanks ..........W 3-2 9/17 vs Alaska-Anchorage ..........L 1-3 9/18 vs Alaska-Anchorage ..........L 0-3 at Augustana Invite; Sioux Falls, S.D. 9/23 at Augustana ....................W 3-0 9/23 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-0

9/24 vs South Dakota................W 3-0 9/24 vs North Dakota ...............W 3-2 at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn. 9/30 vs. St. Thomas (Minn.).........L 1-3 9/30 vs UW-Stevens Point..........W 3-1 10/1 vs Mankato State ...............L 0-3 10/1 vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ...........W 3-0 ––– 10/7 NORTH DAKOTA................W 3-2 10/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 0-3 10/12 at Augustana .....................L 1-3 at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn. 10/14 vs Augustana ...................W 3-1 10/14 vs St. Cloud State ..............L 1-3 10/15 at Mankato State ..............W 3-0 10/15 vs Minn.-Duluth ................L 1-3 at Minnesota-Duluth Invite; Duluth, Minn. 10/21 vs North Dakota State ........L 0-3 10/21 at Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-3 10/22 vs Michigan Tech ...............W 3-0 10/22 vs Mankato State .............W 3-1 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 10/28 AUGUSTANA .....................L 2-3 10/28 MANKATO STATE................L 1-3 10/29 BEMIDJI STATE .................W 3-1 10/29 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 ––– 11/4 at Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 0-3 11/5 at South Dakota................W 3-1 11/11 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0 11/12 vs Mankato State .............W 3-0 NCC Tournament; Grand Forks, N.D. 11/19 vs Mankato State ..............L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1989 – Won 27, Lost 20 Coach: Janet Stumps DATE OPPONENT SCORE at SW State Tournament; Marshall, Minn. 9/1 vs St. Mary (Minn.).............L 0-2 9/1 vs Moorhead St. (Minn.)......L 0-2 9/1 vs Bethel (Kan.) ................W 2-0 9/2 vs Moorhead St. (Minn.).....W 2-1 9/2 vs Augustana ....................W 2-1 9/2 vs Graceland (Iowa) ...........L 0-3 ––– 9/6 WAYNE STATE ..................W 3-1 at Tiger Tournament; Hayes, Kan. 9/8 at Fort Hays State (Kan.).....L 1-3 9/8 vs Bethel (Kan.) .................L 1-3 9/8 vs Denver .........................W 3-0 9/8 vs Nebraska-Kearney .........L 1-3 9/9 vs Metro State (Colo.) .........L 0-3 9/9 vs Doane (Neb.) .................L 0-3 9/9 vs Missouri Western ............L 0-3 ––– 9/12 at Mount Marty ................W 3-2 at Briar Cliff Invitational; Sioux City, Iowa 9/15 vs Dakota State ................W 3-1 9/15 vs Bethel (Kan.) ................W 3-0 9/16 vs Denver .........................W 3-0 9/16 vs Nebraska-Kearney ........W 3-1 SDSU WINS TOURNAMENT ––– 9/19 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-1 at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 9/22 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-1 9/22 vs UW-Milwaukee...............L 1-3 9/23 vs South Dakota................W 3-0 9/23 vs Morningside .................W 3-0 9/23 vs North Dakota ................L 1-3 at Wayne State Tournament; Wayne, Neb. 9/29 vs Nebraska-Kearney..........L 0-3 9/30 vs Fort Hays State .............W 3-0 9/30 vs Emporia State................L 2-3 9/30 at Wayne State .................W 3-2 ––– 10/4 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-3 10/5 DAKOTA STATE..................W 3-1 10/10 at Northern State .............W 3-2 10/13 vs St. Cloud State ..............L 1-3 10/14 Mankato State ...................L 0-3 10/18 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-1 10/19 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 10/27 at North Dakota ................L 0-3 10/28 at North Daokta State.........L 1-3

SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 11/3 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0 11/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-0 11/4 ALASKA-FAIRBANKS .........W 3-0 11/4 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-0 ––– 11/5 ALASKA-FAIRBANKS .........W 3-0 11/9 NORTHERN COLORADO.....L 0-3 11/10 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-2 NCC Tournament; Mankato, Minn. 11/18 vs South Dakota ...............W 3-0 11/18 vs Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1990 – Won 28, Lost 7 Coach: Janet Stumps DATE OPPONENT SCORE 9/1 at Wayne State (Neb.)........W 3-2 9/1 vs Morningside...................L 1-3 ––– 9/6 MOUNT MARY .................W 3-0 9/7 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-1 9/14 at Minnesota-Morris .........W 3-0 at Cougar Invitational; Morris, Minn. 9/15 vs Jamestown (N.D.) ..........W 2-0 9/15 vs Northwestern (Iowa)......W 2-0 9/15 at Minn.-Morris .................W 2-0 9/15 vs Bethel (Minn.) ..............W 2-0 ––– 9/19 vs Dakota Wesleyan ...........W 3-2 at Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 9/21 vs Wayne State..................W 3-1 9/21 vs South Dakota................W 3-0 9/22 at Augustana ....................W 3-2 9/22 vs North Dakota ................L 2-3 ––– 9/26 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-0 at Briar Cliff Invitational; Sioux City, Iowa 9/28 vs Dordt (Iowa) .................W 3-1 9/28 vs Mount Mercy (Iowa) ......W 3-0 9/29 vs Northwestern (Iowa)......W 3-2 9/29 at Briar Cliff (Iowa)............W 3-2 ––– 10/3 at Dakota State.................W 3-2 10/5 at Morningside ..................W 3-1 10/6 at South Dakota................W 3-0 10/8 DAKOTA WESLEYAN ..........W 3-0 10/10 BRIAR CLIFF (Iowa) ..........W 3-0 10/13 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 1-3 10/16 NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0 10/19 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-2 10/20 at Northern Colorado .........L 0-3 10/24 at Augustana......................L 2-3 10/25 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 11/3 AUGUSTANA .....................W 3-2 11/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-0 ––– 11/9 ST. CLOUD STATE..............W 3-1 11/10 MANKATO STATE................L 1-3 11/16 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 2-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1991 – Won 16, Lost 17 Coach: Al Schneider DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Morningside Triangular; Sioux City, Iowa 8/31 at Morningside ...................L 1-3 8/31 vs Augustana .....................L 1-3 ––– at UNO Invitational; Omaha, Neb. 9/6 vs Wayne State..................W 3-2 9/6 vs Missouri Western ...........W 3-2 9/6 vs Nebraska-Kearney.........W 3-2 9/7 vs Morningside...................L 2-3 9/7 vs Nebraska Kearney .........W 3-1 ––– 9/10 vs SW State (Minn.)............L 1-3 at Kearney Invitational; Omaha, Neb. 9/13 at Nebraska-Kearney .........W 3-2 9/13 vs Graceland (Iowa)...........W 3-0 9/13 vs Hastings (Neb.) ..............L 0-3 9/14 vs Augustana .....................L 1-3 9/14 vs Colorado Christian.........W 3-0 at Briar Cliff Invitational; Sioux City, Iowa 9/20 vs Wayne State...................L 0-2 9/20 vs Mount Mercy (Iowa) ......W 2-0


YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 9/20 9/21 9/21

at Briar Cliff (Iowa)............W 2-1 vs Iowa Wesleyan ..............W 2-0 vs Morningside...................L 0-2 ––– 9/25 at Northern State ..............W 3-0 10/2 DAKOTA STATE..................W 3-1 10/4 NORTHERN COLORADO.....L 1-3 10/5 NEBRASKA OMAHA............L 2-3 10/9 AUGUSTANA ......................L 0-3 10/14 at Wayne State ...................L 0-3 10/18 at Mankato State...............W 3-1 10/19 at St. Cloud State ...............L 1-3 10/25 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-1 10/26 MORNINGSIDE ..................L 2-3 10/28 WAYNE STATE....................L 2-3 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 11/2 JAMESTOWN (N.D.) ...........W 3-0 11/2 NORTHERN STATE ............W 3-0 ––– 11/8 at North Dakota State.........L 0-3 at North Central Regional; Sioux Falls, S.D. 11/15 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1992 – Won 14, Lost 19 Coach: Al Schneider DATE OPPONENT SCORE at UNO Invitational; Omaha, Neb. 9/4 vs Bemidji State................W 3-1 9/4 vs Morningside...................L 2-3 9/5 vs Chadron State...............W 3-1 9/5 vs North Dakota .................L 1-3 at UND Invitational; Grand Forks, N.D. 9/11 vs Lake Superior State.......W 3-1 9/11 at North Dakota .................L 1-3 9/11 vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-3 9/12 vs Moorhead State ............W 3-1 9/12 vs Mayville State ...............W 3-0 ––– 9/15 at Wayne State ...................L 0-3 at Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 9/18 vs Southwest State ............W 3-1 9/18 at Augustana......................L 0-3 9/19 vs Nebraska Kearney .........W 3-0 9/19 vs Nebraska Kearney ........W 3-0 (UNK FORFEITED SECOND MATCH) at UMD Oktoberfest; Duluth, Minn.. 10/2 vs Bemidji State................W 3-2 10/2 at Minnesota-Duluth .........W 3-1 ––– 10/9 MANKATO STATE................L 0-3 10/10 ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 0-3 10/14 at Southwest State .............L 2-3 10/16 at South Dakota................W 3-2 10/17 at Morningside ...................L 2-3 10/23 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-3 10/24 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 0-3 10/28 at Augustana......................L 1-3 11/3 WAYNE STATE....................L 1-3 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 11/6 MOORHEAD STATE ...........L 2-3 11/7 BEMIDJI STATE ................W 3-0 11/7 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 ––– 11/12 at Colorado Springs ..........W 3-1 11/13 at Northern Colorado .........L 0-3 11/14 at Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 0-3 at North Central Regional; Fargo, N.D. 11/20 vs. Mankato State...............L 2-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1993 – Won 19, Lost 12 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE / South Dakota....................W 3-0 / Nebraska-Kearney..............L 0-3 / Mankato State....................L 0-3 / St. Mary (Neb.) .................W 3-0 / North Dakota ....................W 3-0 / Missouri Western ...............W 3-1 / Colorado Christian.............W 3-2 / Air Force ...........................W 3-1 / Fort Hays State (Kan.) .......W 3-1 / UW-Parkside .....................W 3-0 / Moorhead St. (Minn.)..........L 2-3 / Augustana .........................L 1-3 / Wayne State .....................W 3-1

/ SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0 / Mankato State....................L 0-3 / Morningside......................W 3-0 / South Dakota....................W 3-0 / North Dakota ....................W 3-0 / North Dakota State.............L 0-3 / Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3 / Northern Colorado..............L 2-3 / Augustana ........................W 3-2 / SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0 / South Dakota....................W 3-0 / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3 / Wayne State .....................W 3-0 / Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-1 / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3 / Mankato State....................L 1-3 at NCC Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa / vs St. Cloud State...............L 1-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1994 – Won 18, Lost 15 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE / Metro State (Colo.) .............L 1-3 / Missouri Western ...............W 3-0 / Regis (Colo.) ......................L 2-3 / Wayne State .....................W 3-1 / Nebraska-Kearney..............L 0-3 / North Dakota ....................W 3-0 / North Dakota State.............L 1-3 / Morningside......................W 3-1 / South Dakota....................W 3-2 / Dakota Wesleyan ...............W 3-0 / St. Cloud State ...................L 1-3 / Mankato State....................L 1-3 / South Dakota....................W 3-2 / Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-2 / Lake Superior St. (Mich.) ...W 3-0 / St. Cloud State ...................L 1-3 / Augustana .........................L 1-3 / North Dakota State............W 3-2 / Nebraska-Omaha ..............W 3-2 / Northern Colorado..............L 0-3 / SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-1 / South Dakota....................W 3-1 / Morningside.......................L 1-3 / Wayne State.......................L 2-3 / Mankato State ..................W 3-1 / St. Cloud State..................W 3-0 / Augustana .........................L 0-3 / UW-Parkside .....................W 3-0 / Minn.-Duluth .....................L 2-3 / Wayne State .....................W 3-0 / North Dakota ....................W 3-0 / Northern Colorado..............L 0-3 / Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1995 – Won 17, Lost 16 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE / Alaska-Fairbanks...............W 3-0 / North Dakota ....................W 3-0 / Mont. St.-Billings ..............W 3-0 / Morningside.......................L 1-3 / Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-1 / South Dakota....................W 3-0 / Morningside.......................L 1-3 / Mankato State....................L 0-3 / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3 / Augustana ........................W 3-1 / Sonoma State (Calif.) ........W 3-2 / Master’s (Calif.).................W 3-0 / Cal Poly-Pomona................L 2-3 / Cal State-Stanislaus ..........W 3-2 / North Dakota .....................L 2-3 / Northern Colorado..............L 0-3 / Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3 / Morningside......................W 3-2 / South Dakota....................W 3-2 / Wayne State.......................L 0-3 / St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3 / Mankato State ..................W 3-1 / Augustana .........................L 1-3 / Minn.-Morris.....................W 3-0 / Wayne State .....................W 3-2 / Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-1

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Northern State ..................W 3-0 North Dakota State.............L 0-3 Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3 Northern Colorado..............L 1-3 SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0 North Dakota State.............L 0-3 North Dakota .....................L 2-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1996 – Won 21, Lost 14 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE East Texas State Invitational; Arcata, Texas 8/30 vs St. Edwards (Texas) .......L 0-3 8/30 vs Texas A&M-Commerce ..W 3-0 8/31 vs Alabama-Huntsvile.........L 1-3 8/31 vs Cameron (Okla.) ............L 1-3 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 9/7 CONCORDIA STATE ..........W 3-0 9/7 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-2 9/7 CHADRON STATE (Neb.) ...W 3-0 ––– 9/10 MINNESOTA-MORRIS .......W 3-0 at North Central Regional Crossover; Marshall, Minn. 9/13 vs Minnesota-Duluth ..........L 1-3 9/14 vs Bemidji State ...............W 3-0 9/14 vs Winona State ................W 3-0 ––– 9/20 at Mankato State ..............W 3-1 9/21 at St. Cloud State ...............L 2-3 9/24 at Augustana .....................L 1-3 at Missouri Western Invite; St. Joseph, Mo. 9/27 vs Drury (Mo.) ..................W 3-0 9/27 vs Northwest Missouri .......W 3-0 9/28 at Missouri Western ...........W 3-0 9/28 vs Emporia State (Kan.) ....W 3-0 ––– 10/1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 2-3 10/4 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-2 10/5 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 0-3 10/8 at Southwest State ............L 1-3 10/11 at Morningside ...................L 1-3 10/12 at South Dakota ..............W 3-0 10/14 at Dakota Wesleyan ..........W 3-0 10/18 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-2 10/19 MANKATO STATE .............W 3-2 10/22 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-3 10/29 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1 11/1 at Nebraksa-Omaha ..........L 1-3 11/2 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-2 11/8 at North Dakota State ........L 0-3 11/9 at North Dakota ................L 2-3 11/15 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 11/16 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1997 – Won 26, Lost 9 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE Humboldt State Tournament; Arcata, Calif. 8/29 vs San Francisco State .......L 1-3 8/29 vs Azusa Pacific (Calif.) .....W 3-0 8/30 vs Western Washington ......W 3-0 8/30 at Humboldt State ............W 3-0 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 9/5 MOORHEAD STATE ..........W 3-0 9/5 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0 9/6 WESTERN STATE ..............W 3-0 9/6 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0 ––– 9/8 SOUTHWEST STATE .........W 3-0 at North Central Regional Crossover; Marshall, Minn. 9/12 vs Northern State .............W 3-0 9/12 vs Winona State ...............W 3-0 9/13 vs Minnesota-Duluth ........W 3-0 ––– 9/16 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-1 at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 9/12 vs Sioux Falls ...................W 3-0 9/12 vs Barry (Fla.) ..................L 1-3 ––– 9/23 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0 9/26 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-1 9/27 at Nebraksa-Omaha ..........L 1-3 10/3 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0

10/4 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 10/7 at Wayne State ..................L 1-3 10/10 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-2 10/11 at Mankato State ..............W 3-1 10/14 at Augustana .....................L 0-3 10/21 at North Dakota State .......W 3-2 10/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 1-3 10/25 NORTHERN COLORADO ....L 2-3 10/31 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1 11/1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 0-3 11/7 at South Dakota ...............W 3-0 11/8 at Morningside .................W 3-0 11/14 MANKATO STATE ..............W 3-0 11/15 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0 at North Central Regional; Sioux Falls, S.D. 11/21 vs Augustana ...................W 3-0 11/21 vs Augustana ....................L 1-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1998 – Won 23, Lost 9 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Canyon Court Classic; Phoenix, Ariz. 8/28 Central Missouri State.........L 2-3 8/28 Western New Mexico .........W 3-0 8/29 at Grand Canyon ..............W 3-1 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 9/3 SEATTLE PACIFIC .............W 3-2 9/4 MINN.-MOORHEAD .........W 3-0 9/5 CHADRON STATE (Neb.) ...W 3-0 9/5 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0 ––– 9/8 SW MINNEOTA STATE .......W 3-2 at North Central Regional Crossover; Marshall, Minn. 9/11 vs North Alabamba ............L 0-3 9/11 vs Northern State ..............L 2-3 9/12 vs Minnesota-Duluth ........W 3-0 ––– 9/18 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1 9/19 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-2 9/25 at Morningside .................W 3-1 9/26 at South Dakota ...............W 3-0 9/29 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 1-3 10/2 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0 10/3 MANKATO STATE .............W 3-0 10/6 at Augustana .....................L 2-3 10/16 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-2 10/17 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-2 10/23 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3 10/24 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0 10/30 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 10/31 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-1 11/3 NORTH DAKOTA ..............W 3-0 11/6 at Mankato State ...............L 0-3 11/7 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-1 11/11 AUGUSTANA .....................L 0-3 11/13 WINONA STATE (Minn.) ....W 3-2 11/14 MORRIS STATE (Minn.) ....W 3-0 at North Central Regional; Fargo, N.D. 11/20 vs Augustana ....................L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1999 – Won 22, Lost 9 NCC: Won 11, Lost 7 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Augusta State Invitational; Augusta, Ga. 8/27 vs South Carolina-Aiken.....W 3-0 8/27 vs Francis Marion (S.C.) .....W 3-0 8/28 at Augusta State ...............W 3-0 8/28 vs Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) .....W 3-0 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 9/3 DICKINSON STATE ...........W 3-0 9/3 MINNESOTA-MORRIS .......W 3-0 9/4 COLORADO MINES ..........W 3-0 9/4 NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0 at North Central Regional Crossover; Marshall, Minn. 9/10 vs Bemidji State ................L 1-3 9/11 vs Moorhead State .............L 2-3 9/11 vs Winona State ...............W 3-1 ––– 9/14 SW STATE (Minn.) ............W 3-0 9/17 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0 9/18 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 9/24 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-0

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at Mankato State...............W 3-0 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-0 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 2-3 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 1-3 WAYNE STATE ..................W 3-1 at South Dakota ...............W 3-0 at Morningside College ......L 2-3 MINNESOTA STATE ...........W 3-0 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-2 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3 at Augustana .....................L 2-3 at Northern Colorado ......... L 1-3 at Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 2-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2000 – Won 29, Lost 4 NCC: Won 15, Lost 3 Coach: Mary Byrne DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Argonaut Volleyball Invitational; Pensacola, Fla. 8/25 vs American International ..W 3-0 8/25 vs St. Joseph's (Ind.) .........W 3-0 8/26 vs Missouri Western ..........W 3-0 8/26 vs Mount Olive (N.C) ........W 3-0 ––– 8/31 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY ......W 3-2 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D 9/1 NORTHERN STATE............ W 3-1 9/1 CHADRON STATE .............W 3-0 9/2 GRAND CANYON .............. W 3-0 at North Central Regional Crossover; Rochester, Minn. 9/8 vs Minnesota-Crookston.... W 3-0 9/9 vs Minnesota-Duluth......... W 3-1 9/9 vs Winona State ...............W 3-0 ––– 9/12 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-0 9/15 ST. CLOUD STATE ............. W 3-0 9/16 MSU, MANKATO ............... W 3-0 9/19 at Augustana .....................L 0-3 9/22 at Wayne State (Neb.) ....... W 3-1 9/29 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-0 9/30 at Northern Colorado ......... L 2-3 10/6 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3 10/7 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0 10/13 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 10/14 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0 10/17 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 10/20 at MSU, Mankato.............. W 3-0 10/21 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-0 10/24 at Southwest State ...........W 3-0 10/31 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-1 11/3 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-0 11/4 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-1 11/10 at Morningside .................W 3-0 11/11 at South Dakota ...............W 3-0 at North Central Regional; Sioux Falls, S.D. 11/17 vs Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-2 11/18 at Augustana .....................L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2001 – Won 28, Lost 6 NCC: Won 15, Lost 3 Coach: Andrew Palileo DATE OPPONENT SCORE SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 8/24 NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0 8/24 DAKOTA WESLEYAN .........W 3-0 8/25 WAYNE STATE ..................W 3-2 at North Alabama Classic; Florence, Ala. 9/1 vs Findlay (Ohio) ..............W 3-2 9/1 at North Alabama ..............L 1-3 9/2 vs Truman State .................L 1-3 9/2 vs Alabama-Huntsville ......W 3-0 at North Central Crossover; Rochester, Minn. 9/7 vs Winona State ...............W 3-0 9/8 vs Minnesota-Morris .........W 3-0 9/8 vs MSU-Moorhead ............W 3-0 ––– 9/12 at North Dakota ...............W 3-2 9/18 AUGUSTANA..................... W 3-2 9/21 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 9/22 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1 9/28 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1 9/29 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 0-3 10/5 at South Dakota ............... W 3-1 10/6 at Morningside College .....W 3-1 10/10 SOUTHWEST STATE ........W 3-0 10/12 MSU-MANKATO ...............W 3-1 10/13 ST. CLOUD STATE ............. W 3-0 10/16 at North Dakota State........ L 0-3 10/23 at Augustana.................... W 3-0 10/26 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-1 10/27 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-0 11/2 MORNINGSIDE................. W 3-0 11/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 11/91 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-1 11/10 at MSU-Mankato ...............L 1-3 at North Central Regional; Fargo, N.D. 11/16 vs Augustana ...................W 3-2 11/17 at North Dakota State ......W 3-2 at NCAA Division II Elite Eight; Allendale, Mich. 11/29 vs Truman State ................W 3-2 11/30 vs Grand Valley State......... W 3-0 12/1 vs Barry (Fla.) ...................L 0-3 *NATIONAL RUNNER-UP* – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2002 – Won 28, Lost 7 NCC: Won 12, Lost 4 Coach: Andrew Palileo DATE OPPONENT SCORE at MSU-Mankato Tourney; Mankato, Minn. 8/30 vs Bemidji State................W 3-0 8/30 vs Mont. State-Billings ......W 3-0 8/31 vs Northwest Nazarene ......W 3-0 8/31 vs Harding (Ark.)...............W 3-2 ––– 9/5 PITTSBURG STATE............ W 3-1 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D. 9/6 JAMESTOWN (N.D.) ..........W 3-0 9/6 NORTHERN STATE ............W 3-0 9/7 MINN.-CROOKSTON..........W 3-0 9/7 ST. EDWARD'S (Texas) ......W 3-0 at North Central Crossover; Omaha, Neb. 9/13 vs MSU-Moorhead ............W 3-0 9/13 vs Minn.-Duluth ................L 2-3 9/14 vs Winona State ...............W 3-1 ––– 9/18 at SW Minn. State ............W 3-0 9/20 at MSU-Mankato...............W 3-0 9/21 TAMPA............................. W 3-1 9/27 at North Dakota State........ L 2-3 9/28 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-0 10/1 CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL .......L 1-3 10/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1 10/5 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-0 10/9 at Wayne State .................W 3-1 10/11 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0 10/12 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 10/18 at Augustana ..................W 3-2 10/24 at North Dakota ..............W 3-2 10/26 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 2-3 11/1 at Northern Colorado ........ L 2-3 11/2 at South Dakota ..............W 3-1 11/8 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-0 11/9 MSU-MANKATO................ W 3-1 11/15 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-0 11/16 NORTHERN COLORADO ....L 1-3 at North Central Regional; Greeley, Colo. 11/21 vs North Dakota ...............W 3-1 11/22 vs Minnesota-Duluth ........W 3-2 11/23 at Northern Colorado ......... L 1-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2003 – Won 13, Lost 19 NCC: Won 2, Lost 12 Coach: Andrew Palileo DATE OPPONENT SCORE 8/28 at Winona State ................W 3-2 at Lewis Flyer Festival; Romeoville, Ill. 8/29 vs Hillsdale (Mich.) ...........W 3-1 8/29 at Lewis (Ill.) ....................W 3-0 8/30 vs Florida Tech ..................W 3-0 8/30 vs Wheeling Jesuit (WV) .....L 0-3 ––– 9/3 vs Northern State .............W 3-1 SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.

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9/5 NW MISSOURI STATE ........W 3-0 9/5 MINN.-DULUTH .................L 2-3 9/6 MINN.-CROOKSTON..........W 3-1 9/6 NATIONAL AMERICAN ....... L 0-3 at North Central Crossover; Omaha, Neb. 9/12 vs Winona State .................L 2-3 9/13 vs Bemidji State ...............W 3-0 9/13 vs MSU-Moorhead ............W 3-0 ––– 9/16 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0 9/26 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3 9/27 at North Dakota ................L 1-3 10/3 MSU-MANKATO ................L 1-3 10/4 ST. CLOUD STATE ..............L 2-3 10/10 at South Dakota ................ L 1-3 10/11 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-1 10/14 at Northern State............... L 1-3 10/16 UTAH VALLEY STATE...........L 1-3 10/19 at Augustana..................... L 0-3 10/21 at Concordia-St. Paul......... L 0-3 10/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-1 10/25 SOUTH DAKOTA ................ L 1-3 10/28 SW MINNESOTA STATE......W 3-1 10/31 at St. Cloud State ..............L 0-3 11/1 at MSU-Mankato............... L 0-3 11/7 NORTH DAKOTA................ L 0-3 11/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE...... L 0-3 11/15 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2004 – Won 22, Lost 12 Coach: Andrew Palileo FIRST YEAR OF THE DIVISION I TRANSITION DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Seasider Invitational; Laie, Hawaii 9/3 vs St. Martin's (Wash.) ......W 3-2 9/3 at BYU-Hawaii .................. L 2-3 9/4 vs Nebraska-Kearney .........L 0-3 ––– 9/5 at Hawaii Pacific ................L 1-3 9/8 at UTEP ........................... W 3-2 9/9 at Western New Mexico .......L 2-3 at New Mexico State Invite; Las Cruces, N.M. 9/10 vs Texas Southern.............. W 3-0 9/11 vs N'western St. (La.)........ W 3-0 9/11 at New Mexico State.......... L 0-3 at Marquette Jesuit Joust; Milwaukee, Wis. 9/17 vs Loyola (Chicago) ........... L 1-3 9/18 at Marquette ..................... L 0-3 9/18 vs Boston College .............W 3-2 ––– 9/24 NATIONAL AMERICAN ....... L 1-3 9/25 DICKINSON ST. (N.D.)....... W 3-0 9/28 at Drake ..........................W 3-1 10/1 MINN.-DULUTH ................L 0-3 10/7 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1 10/9 at North Dakota State .......W 3-0 10/12 at Wyoming .......................L 2-3 10/13 at Northern Colorado ......... L 2-3 10/15 MINN.-CROOKSTON .........W 3-0 10/20 DAKOTA WESLEYAN .........W 3-0 10/23 BETHEL (Minn.) ...............W 3-0 10/27 NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0 10/30 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-0 11/2 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........ W 3-1 11/5 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0 11/6 UPPER IOWA ...................W 3-0 at Independent Championships; Orem, Utah 11/11 at Utah Valley State ..........W 3-0 11/11 vs Texas A&M-CC.............. W 3-0 11/12 vs Northern Colorado ........W 3-2 11/12 vs Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0 11/13 vs IPFW............................ L 0-3 11/13 vs North Dakota State ......W 3-1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2005 – Won 16, Lost 19 Coach: Andrew Palileo DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Oregon Kickoff Classic; Eugene, Ore. 8/26 vs Portland State ...............L 0-3 8/26 vs Gonzaga ......................W 3-0 8/27 vs Eastern Washington .......L 2-3 8/27 at Oregon .........................L 0-3 at Cyclone Classic; Ames, Iowa 9/2 at Iowa State ....................L 1-3 9/2 vs Stephen F. Austin ...........L 2-3

9/3 vs Drake ..........................W 3-1 9/3 vs Montana .......................L 1-3 at NDSU Classic; Fargo, N.D. 9/9 vs UW-Green Bay .............W 3-0 9/10 vs Sam Houston State .......W 3-0 9/10 at North Dakota State .......W 3-0 at Demon Deacon Invitational; Winston-Salem, N.C. 9/16 vs Morehead State (Ky.) ....W 3-1 9/17 at Wake Forest................... L 2-3 9/17 vs Georgetown ..................L 1-3 ––– 9/21 at Kansas State ..................L 0-3 9/22 at Air Force .......................W 3-0 9/24 at Northern Colorado ......... L 0-3 9/27 DRAKE ............................ W 3-1 10/1 UTAH VALLEY STATE ......... W 3-2 10/3 at UMKC .......................... W 3-0 10/4 at Creighton ......................L 0-3 10/7 NORTHERN COLORADO ....L 2-3 10/8 IPFW.................................L 2-3 10/15 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN ....W 3-0 10/21 at North Dakota State .......W 3-0 11/1/ NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-0 11/4 at Utah Valley State............ L 1-3 11/7 at Weber State................... L 0-3 at D-I Independent Tourney; Greeley, Colo. 11/10 vs Providence (R.I.) ...........W 3-0 11/11 vs Utah Valley State ............L 0-3 11/11 vs North Dakota State ......W 3-1 11/12 vs IPFW ...........................W 3-2 11/12 vs Utah Valley State ...........L 1-3 at Baden Thanksgiving Classic; Long Beach, Calif. 11/25 at Long Beach State ..........L 0-3 11/26 vs UC-Santa Barbara .........L 1-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2006 – Won 22, Lost 12 Coach: Andrew Palileo DATE OPPONENT SCORE Jackrabbit Kickoff Tourney; Brookings, S.D. 8/25 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-2 8/25 WEBER STATE .................W 3-0 8/26 GONZAGA ........................W 3-2 8/26 WASHINGTON STATE ........W 3-1 at Wisconsin Invite; Madison, Wis. 9/1 vs Oregon State................ W 3-2 9/2 at Wisconsin ......................L 0-3 9/2 vs Oklahoma .....................L 0-3 ––– 9/8 at Drake ..........................W 3-0 at Cyclone Classic; Ames, Iowa 9/9 vs Valparaiso ....................W 3-0 9/9 at Iowa State ....................L 1-3 Jackrabbit Invitational; Brookings, S.D. 9/15 NEW MEXICO STATE ......... L 0-3 9/16 UMKC ..............................W 3-1 9/16 LAMAR (Texas)) ................W 3-0 ––– 9/19 CREIGHTON..................... W 3-1 at IPFW Tournament; Fort Wayne, Ind. 9/22 vs North Florida ................W 3-0 9/22 at IPFW .............................L 0-3 9/23 vs Robert Morris (Pa.) ........W 3-0 at Long Island Tournament; Brooklyn, N.Y. 9/29 vs Sacred Heart (Conn.).....W 3-0 9/30 vs VCU .............................. L 1-3 9/30 at Long Island................... L 0-3 ––– 10/6 at Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0 10/7 at Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0 10/13 UTAH VALLEY STATE ......... W 3-0 10/15 at North Dakota State ....... W 3-2 10/17 DRAKE ............................ W 3-0 10/20 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN .... W 3-0 10/26 at Utah Valley State............ L 0-3 10/28 at Weber State ...................L 1-3 10/30 at Montana ......................W 3-0 10/31 at Montana State ..............W 3-1 11/4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE...... L 0-3 at D-I Independent Tourney; Fargo, N.D. 11/10 vs Providence ...................W 3-0 11/10 vs Utah Valley State ........... L 0-3 11/11 at North Dakota State ........L 1-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

2007 – Won 25, Lost 11 Summit: Won 13, Lost 3 Coach: Andrew Palileo FIRST SEASON IN THE SUMMIT LEAGUE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Baden Cougar Challenge; Pullman, Wash. 8/24 vs Northern Colorado ........W 3-2 8/25 vs Portland........................ L 0-3 8/25 at Washington State ...........L 0-3 ––– 8/27 MONTANA STATE .............W 3-0 at Sam Houston State Tournament; Huntsville, Texas 8/31 vs Tulane (La.) ...................L 1-3 8/31 vs Louisiana-Lafayette ......W 3-0 9/1 vs Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0 9/1 vs Sam Houston St. .......... W 3-1 ––– 9/3 at Lamar (Texas) ...............W 3-1 Jackrabbit Invitational; Brookings S.D. 9/7 NORTH TEXAS .................. W 3-0 9/8 MONTANA .......................W 3-1 9/8 LONG ISLAND .................W 3-1 ––– 9/15 IPFW ...............................W 3-0 9/16 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-2 9/21 at Oakland ....................... W 3-1 9/22 at IUPUI ..........................W 3-2 9/28 WESTERN ILLINOIS .........W 3-0 9/29 UMKC ..............................W 3-0 10/3 at Xavier (Ohio)..................L 0-3 10/5 at IPFW .............................L 2-3 10/7 at Missouri State ...............L 0-3 10/12 at Oral Roberts ..................L 1-3 10/13 at Centenary .................... W 3-0 10/20 at North Dakota State ........L 1-3 10/26 IUPUI............................... W 3-1 10/27 OAKLAND ........................W 3-0 11/2 at UMKC .......................... W 3-0 11/3 at Western Illinois .............W 3-1 11/5 at Drake........................... W 3-0 11/9 CENTENARY ....................W 3-0 11/10 ORAL ROBERTS ............... W 3-0 at The Summit League Championships; Fory Wayne, Ind. 11/16 vs Western Illinois .............W 3-0 11/17 at IPFW ...........................W 3-2 at Marquette Battle for the Bird; Milwaukee, Wis. 11/24 vs Maine........................... L 2-3 11/24 at Marquette .....................L 2-3 at NCAA Tournament; Lincoln, Neb.. 11/30 at Nebraska ......................L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2008 – Won 10, Lost 17 Summit: Won 8, Lost 8 Coach: Nanabah Allison-Brewer DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Blue Raider Bash; Murfreesboro, Tenn. 8/29 vs Southeast Missouri ........W 3-1 8/30 vs Idaho ............................L 0-3 8/30 at #15 Middle Tenn. State....L 1-3 at Hurricane Invitational; Coral Gables, Fla. 9/4 at Miami (Fla.) ...................L 0-3 9/5 vs Alabama........................L 1-3 9/5 vs VCU ...............................L 2-3 at Seminole Tri-Tourney; Tallahassee, Fla. 9/6 vs North Florida .................L 1-3 9/7 at Florida State ..................L 0-3 ––– 9/19 ORAL ROBERTS.................L 1-3 9/21 MISSOURI STATE ...............L 0-3 9/23 at Northern Iowa ................L 1-3 9/27 at North Dakota State.........L 1-3 10/3 at IPFW .............................L 0-3 10/4 at Oakland........................W 3-0 10/10 WESTERN ILLINOIS ..........W 3-1 10/11 IUPUI ...............................W 3-2 10/17 CENTENARY .....................W 3-0 10/18 UMKC...............................W 3-0 10/20 DRAKE .............................W 3-2 10/23 at Oral Roberts...................L 0-3 10/25 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-3 10/31 at IUPUI ............................L 2-3

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at Western Illinois ...............L 0-3 OAKLAND.........................W 3-0 IPFW.................................L 2-3 at UMKC...........................W 3-1 at Centenary .....................W 3-0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2009 – Won 10, Lost 17 Summit: Won 9, Lost 9 Coach: Nanabah Allison-Brewer DATE OPPONENT SCORE at Wyoming Cowgirl Classic; Laramie, Wy. 8/28 vs Idaho State....................L 1-3 8/28 at Wyoming........................L 1-3 8/29 vs Rutgers ........................W 3-2 at UW-Green Bay Classic; Green Bay, Wis. 9/4 vs Iowa..............................L 1-3 9/5 at UW-Green Bay ...............L 1-3 9/5 vs Central Michigan ............L 0-3 ––– 9/11 CENTENARY .....................W 3-0 9/12 ORAL ROBERTS................W 3-1 9/18 at Oakland.........................L 2-3 9/19 at IPFW .............................L 0-3 9/22 at Creighton.......................L 0-3 9/25 WESTERN ILLINOIS ..........W 3-2 9/26 IUPUI ...............................W 3-1 10/1 at UMKC............................L 2-3 10/3 at Southern Utah...............W 3-2 10/7 at Drake ............................L 0-3 10/10 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 1-3 10/16 IPFW.................................L 0-3 10/17 OAKLAND..........................L 0-3 10/23 at IUPUI ............................L 0-3 10/24 at Western Illinois ..............W 3-1 10/28 NORTHERN IOWA ..............L 0-3 10/30 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W 3-1 10/31 UMKC...............................W 3-0 11/7 at North Dakota State.........L 2-3 11/13 at Oral Roberts...................L 1-3 11/14 at Centenary .....................W 3-0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2010 – Won 16, Lost 14 Summit: Won 12, Lost 6 Coach: Nanabah Allison-Brewer DATE OPPONENT SCORE Air Force Invite; Colorado Springs, Colo. 8/27 at Air Force .......................W 3-1 8/28 vs Boise State ...................W 3-1 8/28 vs Long Island...................W 3-1 Iowa State Challenge; Ames, Iowa 9/3 vs Florida International .......L 2-3 9/4 at No. 12 Iowa State...........L 0-3 9/5 vs Green Bay .....................L 2-3 ––– 9/10 UMKC...............................W 3-1 9/11 SOUTHERN UTAH...............L 2-3 NDSU Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 9/17 vs North Dakokta ...............L 1-3 9/18 at North Dakota State.........L 0-3 9/18 vs South Dakota................W 3-1 ––– 9/24 at Centenary .....................W 3-0 9/26 at Oral Roberts...................L 1-3 10/1 OAKLAND.........................W 3-1 10/2 IPFW.................................L 0-3 10/6 at No. 14 Northern Iowa .....L 0-3 10/8 at Western Illinois ..............W 3-2 10/9 at IUPUI ............................L 0-3 10/15 at IPFW .............................L 2-3 10/16 at Oakland........................W 3-2 10/19 DRAKE ..............................L 2-3 10/22 IUPUI ...............................W 3-2 10/23 WESTERN ILLINOIS ..........W 3-0 10/28 at Southern Utah...............W 3-2 10/30 at UMKC...........................W 3-0 11/2 SOUTH DAKOTA .................L 2-3 11/6 NORTH DAKOTA STATE......W 3-1 11/11 ORAL ROBERTS................W 3-2 11/13 CENTENARY .....................W 3-0 at The Summit League Championships; Fargo, N.D. 11/19 vs. IPFW ...........................L 0-3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –


YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 2011 – Won 13, Lost 20 Summit: Won 5, Lost 13 Coach: Phil McDaniel at SpringHill Suites Invite; Stateboro, Ga. 8/26 vs Montana State ..............W 3-1 8/26 at Georgia Southern ..........W 3-2 8/27 vs Stephen F. Austin............L 0-3 8/27 vs Jacksonville...................W 3-1 at Jayhawk Invitational; Lawrence, Kan. 9/2 vs Appalachian State .........W 3-1 9/2 vs Belmont .......................W 3-1 9/3 at Kansas...........................L 0-3 9/6 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........W 3-0 at Dr. Mary Jo Wynn Invite; Springfield, Mo. 9/9 vs Arkansas State ..............W 3-2 9/9 vs Hofstra .........................W 3-0 9/10 vs Kansas State..................L 0-3 9/10 at Missouri State ................L 0-3 ––– 9/16 IUPUI ...............................W 3-2 9/17 WESTERN ILLINOIS ..........W 3-0 9/19 at UMKC...........................W 3-0 9/23 at IPFW .............................L 0-3 9/24 at Oakland.........................L 0-3 9/27 at North Dakota .................L 0-3 10/1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-3 10/3 at South Dakota .................L 1-3 10/7 ORAL ROBERTS.................L 2-3 10/8 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W 3-1 10/14 at Western Illinois ...............L 0-3 10/15 at IUPUI ............................L 0-3 10/21 OAKLAND..........................L 1-3 10/22 IPFW.................................L 2-3 10/28 at North Dakota State.........L 1-3 10/31 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 0-3 11/3 at Southern Utah................L 1-3 11/5 at Oral Roberts..................W 3-1 11/7 No. 12 NORTHERN IOWA....L 0-3 11/11 UMKC................................L 1-3 11/12 SOUTH DAKTOA.................L 1-3

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SDSU VOLLEYBALL HISTORY

1st..........................................................................................................................2-0, vs. Sioux Falls – 11/11/1966 100th ........................................................................................................2-0, vs. North Dakota State – 10/10/1975 200th................................................................................................................................................................1979 300th ...................................................................2-0, at North Dakota – 1984; at UND Invitational; Grand Forks, N.D. 400th......................................................................................................................3-2, at Wayne State – 9/30/1989 500th........................................................................................................................3-1, vs. Southwest State – 1994 600th ..................................................................................................................3-0, vs. Colorado Mines – 9/4/1999 700th .............................................3-2, vs. Minnesota-Duluth – 11/22/2003; at North Central Regional; Greeley, Colo. 800th ...........................................................................................................................3-0, at Oakland – 10/4/2008

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FROST ARENA

South Dakota State plays its home matches in Frost Arena, named after former SDSU coach and athletic director R.B. "Jack" Frost. The facility, part of the Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center, now seats 6,107 fans for basketball, slightly fewer for volleyball. The SDSU-Augustana basketball game on Feb. 11, 1989, attracted an arena record 9,456 fans, a record which may never be broken since the new chair-back and courtside seating, added before the 1992-93 season, R.B. "Jack" Frost eliminated seats from the arena total. The improved seating represents just one in a series of changes which include a combined $3 million in Daktronics scoreboard equipment, added to Frost Arena and Coughlin-Alumni Stadium in the fall of 2005 and new chairback seats on the lower south side of the arena in the summer of 2012. The Frost Arena portion includes a four-sided scoreboard with four ProStar® video screens measuring 12 feet by seven feet, two ProAd® displays measuring 60 feet long by four feet high and a full-color digital ProTable® scorers table, all of which can display real-time statistics. Frost Arena also received a newly repainted floor in 2007. The State of South Dakota let bids totaling $3,374,115 for the facility following legislative approval of the project, with the bill signed by Governor Frank Farrar on Feb. 14, 1970. SDSU broke ground on site on Sept. 22, 1970 and Governor Richard Kneip placed the cornerstone on Oct. 2, 1971. Final cost of the building totaled $3,685,000, with the difference made up by gifts and items donated later. The Jackrabbits played their first basketball game in Frost Arena on Feb. 2, 1973, and the first volleyball match on Sept. 21, 1974, a 2-0 win over Concordia-Moorhead. In 1994, the one-millionth fan passed through the Frost Arena turnstiles.

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Born in Sheyenne North Dakota on April 26, 1907, Reuben B. “Jack” Frost graduated from Spring Grove, Minn., High School in 1923. He attended Luther College (Iowa) from 1924 to 1928, and received his PhD in Physical Education from the University of Oregon in 1958. His coaching career began in 1928 at Glenwood, Minn., High School and later at Fergus Falls, Minn. In 1935, he became athletic director and coach at Bemidji State College. Frost served as athletic director, professor and head of the physical education department at South Dakota State from 1947 until 1960. He compiled an 86-79 mark in seven seasons as Jackrabbit men’s basketball coach from 1948-54. Frost also worked as an international leader in recreation, health and physical education, serving in 1965 as the United States representative at the Fifth Session of the International Olympic Academy in Greece. Dr. Frost established the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Graduate program at South Dakota State University in 1951. An author, teacher, coach and administrator, Dr. Frost's influence on this university remains today. He mentored Dr. Stanley Marshall, in whose honor the HPER Center is named.


JACKRABBIT ATHLETIC FACILITIES

JACKRABBIT SOFTBALL STADIUM

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DYKHOUSE STUDENT-ATHLETE CENTER

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UA Spine makes running easier by reducing weight without sacriďŹ cing support.

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FACILITIES

South Dakota State University provides its student-athletes the opportunity to train and compete in some of the finest facilities in The Summit League. Within the past five years, SDSU added or enhanced several Jackrabbit athletic facilities, including: • Construction of new on-campus baseball and softball competition fields; • Construction of a new equestrian center; • Installation of new video boards and scoreboards at Coughlin-Alumni Stadium and Frost Arena; • Completion of a practice soccer field SDSU further enhanced its student-athlete facilities in 2009 with the completion of the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center. Located in the north end zone of Coughlin-Alumni Stadium, the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center houses an academic center for use by all Jackrabbit student-athletes, as well as new locker room and training facilities for the SDSU football team. Construction on the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center marks the first stage of a master plan to dramatically modernize athletic facilities at SDSU. The $6 million donated by Sioux Falls bankers Dana Dykhouse and T. Denny Sanford in the fall of 2007 set in motion the construction of the first major athletic building on campus since Frost Arena in 1973. Future additions to the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center, which would be included in a comprehensive athletic facilities master plan, would house offices, meeting rooms and locker facilities for all outdoor sports at South Dakota State University.

The Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center opened in the fall of 2009

SDSU added state of the art video scoreboards in Frost Arena in 2005 EXCELLENCE

With an enrollment of 12,725 students in the fall of 2011, South Dakota State University remains the state’s largest institution of higher education. Students from all 50 states and more than 40 nations attend SDSU, a public, land-grant institution. SDSU granted nearly 70,000 degrees since its charter in 1881, with degrees offered through these nine colleges: • Agriculture and Biological Sciences • Arts and Sciences • Education and Counseling • Engineering • Family and Consumer Sciences • General Studies • Nursing • Pharmacy • Graduate School SDSU also offers degree programs through the University Center in Sioux Falls. The Office of Continuing and Extended Education coordinates evening, RDTN, Internet and off-campus courses. SDSU offers more than 200 majors, minors and options, with more than 2,500 different course offerings. Students can choose from more than 200 clubs and organizations active on campus. Master’s degrees can be earned in more than 30 areas, with doctorates available in eight fields. SDSU maintains a student-faculty ratio of 18:1. The University as a whole employs more than 2,000 people, with a total operating budget of nearly $288 million in fiscal year 2011.

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At 165 feet tall, South Dakota State University’s most recognizable landmark, the Coughlin Campanile sits just south of the South Dakota Art Museum


PROGRESSIVE

South Dakota State continues to experience unprecedented growth, both in enrollment and building projects. Projects recently completed or currently under way include: • The $48 million, 144,000-square-foot Avera Health and Science Center • Daktronics Engineering Hall, a 30,000-square-foot building that houses an expansion within the College of Engineering • The $6 million Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center • A $7.8 million campus wellness center The Community Wellness Center opened in the fall of 2008

• Union Dining Expansion, a 20,000 square foot expansion to the student union that adds 350 new seats and three nationally branded dining options at a cost of $8.3 million • Four new residence halls currently under construction; Southwest Hall, Southeast Hall, Northeast Hall and Honors Hall add housing for more than 800 freshman and sophomores at a cost of $45.7 million For more information on the new residence halls and the Student Union dining expansion, log onto www.sdstate.edu/campus/expansion

An artist’s rendering of Honors Hall, one of four residence halls currently under construction. Scheduled for completion in August 2013, the new halls add more than 800 beds for freshman and sophomores

The SDSU Foundation’s “It Starts With State” campaign, a comprehensive fund-raising initiative designed to raise $200 million by the end of the 2012, with pledges and payments extending beyond 2012, continues to identify additional facility projects and enhancements to academic programs. Every college, department and unit stands to benefit from “It Starts With State” campaign. The impact of scholarships, endowments, facility enhancements, professorships, endowed chairs and the Funds for Excellence reaches every academic college and program on campus. INNOVATIVE

The Innovation Campus at South Dakota State University marks the state’s first and only university-affiliated research park. Located on 125 acres just east of campus, it provides an environment that fosters partnerships among the University, business, government and the community to grow the sciences and technology-based economy. SDSU boasts the highest percentage of undergraduates involved in research of any South Dakota public university. SDSU is large enough to offer competitive research opportunities, yet small enough to foster student faculty learning opportunities.

The first building of the Innovation Campus opened in 2008

Major areas of research at SDSU include: • Engineering and technology research into photovoltaic devices, nanotechnology, materials science, wind power, surface transportation systems, signal and image processing, water treatment, computer sciences, software engineering and computational science and statistics • Agricultural sciences research on crops and livestock, including food manufacturing, bio-based energy, economics and horticulture • Management and conservation of natural resources • Health sciences, nutritional sciences and wellness research programs in pharmaceutical sciences, nutrition and exercise physiology • Renewable energy research develops bio-based energy technologies, while promoting diversification and environmental sustainability of America’s agriculture • The federal government awarded SDSU and six other universities $69 million in federal funds over the next five years to serve as Vanguard centers for the National Children’s Study. The NCS studies more than 100,000 children from across the country from conception to age 21

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THE JACKRABBITS

South Dakota State offers 21 varsity sports with Jackrabbit teams competing at the NCAA Division I level. Football competes in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, while 18 sports compete in The Summit League. Wrestling competes in the Western Wrestling Conference, while equestrian currently competes in the National Collegiate Equestrian Association.

Evolution of a Nickname Two theories exist as to how and why SDSU’s athletic teams became known as the Jackrabbits. Most believe that the name “Jackrabbits” came from a story and cartoon sketch that appeared in a Minneapolis newspaper following a 1905 football game between the University of Minnesota and South Dakota State College. Many believe that a reporter for the newspaper, knowing of the preponderance of jackrabbits in the Brookings area, wrote that the SDSC team was as quick as jackrabbits. Many people believe that the school adopted the Jackrabbits as its official nickname from that beginning. The other theory about the origin of the nickname came in “The Jackrabbit”, SDSU’s yearbook. A poem in the 1907 yearbook puts forth the idea that the yearbook is called “The Jackrabbit” because a group of juniors wished to immortalize themselves by changing the name of the yearbook. Athletic teams followed suit, adopting the nickname. Prior to the adoption of the Jackrabbit nickname, fans knew the school athletic teams as the Barn Yard Cadets, which made sense, because the school went by the name of South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in 1907.

The Jackrabbit can run at speeds of 30-to-35 miles per hour, with bursts up to 45, making it the second fastest animal in North America, second only to the pronghorn antelope, which can run at speeds up to 60 miles per hour. Properly speaking, Jackrabbits should not be called rabbits but hares, with longer feet and longer ears than rabbits. Most hares live in open country, whereas rabbits - like cottontails - live in brushy habitats. Jackrabbits can grow up to two feet long; weigh from six to nine pounds, with ears up to eight inches long. Hares do not eat meat; they eat tender herbs in the summer and woody twigs and bark in the winter.

SPORTS CURRENTLY OFFERED AT SDSU INCLUDE: WOMEN’S SPORTS

MEN’S SPORTS

Basketball Cross Country Equestrian Golf Indoor Track and Field Outdoor Track and Field Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Tennis Volleyball

Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Indoor Track and Field Outdoor Track and Field Swimming and Diving Tennis Wrestling

COMMUNITY

Located in Brookings, a growing community of about 22,000 people, South Dakota State University sits 20 miles west of the Minnesota border and 50 miles north of Sioux Falls in east-central South Dakota, Brookings sits at the intersection of U.S. Highway 14 and Interstate 29. Brookings and the surrounding area feature tremendous recreational and cultural opportunities. The city features a vibrant downtown area with shopping, nightlife opportunities and a new interactive children’s museum. Brookings also maintains an extensive park and recreational trail system, with two 18-hole golf courses, and serves as a gateway to first-class fishing and hunting areas throughout eastern South Dakota. South Dakota State University also houses several facilities, including museums and gardens, which highlight South Dakota history and heritage. The South Dakota Art Museum houses several collections, including early Sioux Indian tribal art, the famed Harvey Dunn paintings of pioneer life and the exclusive Vera Way Marghab linens. The State Agricultural Heritage Museum transformed the former Stock Judging Pavilion into a home for exhibits that record and preserve the agrarian heritage of South Dakota. The 70-acre McCrory Gardens and South Dakota Arboretum, located south and east of campus, provide a beautiful setting for area residents and tourists to enjoy a stroll through the radiant colors and fragrances of one of the top-10 small ornamental gardens in the nation. Adding to its honors, McCrory Gardens earned the distinction of being named an All-American Display Garden, one of only 13 in the nation. The community houses several recognizable companies including Rainbow Play Systems, Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing (3M), Larson Manufacturing and Daktronics, a leading manufacturer of scoreboards and display systems.

The South Dakota Art Museum is free and open to the public

McCrory Gardens honors Professor S.A. McCrory, who headed the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences from 1947 until his death in 1964

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THE THE 2012 2012 JACKRABBITS JACKRABBITS BY BY CLASS CLASS

SENIORS: KELSEY HANSEN, SHAY BIRATH, KELLY HERRMANN, KELLI FIEGEN, BAILEY PHILIPPOT, KAITLIN KLINGEMANN

SOPHOMORES: JOCELYN LEICHNER, MARGIT HANSING

JUNIORS: LEXI FOWLER, AMANDA STOUT

FRESHMAN: COURTNEY ROBERTS, WAGNER LARSON, SYDNEY HOWARD ALANNA PENGILLY LIZZIE PALMER KACEY HERRMAN

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HAWKEYE CHALLENGE - Iowa City, Iowa

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Aug. 24 vs Southeast Missouri State

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Nov. 16 Semifinals

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