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Carli Lloyd S Kristen Kathan DS/L Morgan Beck OH/MH Tarah Murrey OH Ashley Roe S/DS Am’ra Solomon OH Kristin Obermeyer S Kat Reilly MH Shannon Hawari MH Katherine Gorman DS/L Mindi Wiley MH Hana Cutura OH Meagan Schmitt DS/L

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Bonsall, Calif. (Fallbrook Union HS) Moraga, Calif. (Campolindo HS) Coto De Caza, Calif. (San Clemente HS) El Cerrito, Calif. (St. Mary’s HS) Campbell, Calif. (Presentation HS) Los Angeles, Calif. (St. Bernard HS) Campbell, Calif. (Westmont HS) Plano, Texas (Plano East HS) Plano, Texas (Plano West HS) Los Altos, Calif. (Menlo HS) Sonoma, Calif. (Sonoma Valley HS) Zagreb, Croatia (Sportska Gimnazija) Kentfield, Calif. (Redwood HS)

SOPHOMORES

COACHING STAFF Head Coach:..................................................Rich Feller, 10th year (San Diego State ’73) Assistant Coach:................................. Chris Bigelow, 10th year (Eastern Washington ’74) Assistant Coach:.................................... Matt McShane, 4th year (UC Santa Barbara ’77) Volunteer Assistant Coach:...................... David Dantes, 2nd year (Boston University ’07)

STAFF Director of Operations: ................................................................Chelsea White (Iona ’06) Team Manager:.......................................................................................... Paulina Inzerillo Team Trainer:..............................................................................Linda Smith (Nevada ’75) Strength and Conditioning: .................................................. Hank Behrens (California ’06) Equipment Manager: .............................................................. Laura Wong (California ’85) Sports Information Director:............................................................. Jeremy Wu (USC ’02)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Hana Cutura ................................................................................HAW-nah CHOO-teh-rah Shannon Hawari ........................................................................................... hah-WAH-ree Kristen Kathan .......................................................................................................KAY-thin Tarah Murrey ......................................................................................................... TAIR-uh Kristin Obermeyer........................................................................................OH-ber-MY-err Kat Reilly ............................................................................................................... RYE-lee Meagan Schmitt.................................................................................................... MAY-gen Am’ra Solomon ........................................................................................................AM-rah Mindi Wiley ........................................................................................................... WHY-lee Chris Bigelow.................................................................................................... BIG-ah-low David Dantes ........................................................................................................ DON-tez

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CALIFORNIA Golden Bears

2008 CALIFORNIA VOLLEYBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS 2008 Class Roll Call .... Inside Front Cover Roster, Bear Facts, Credits ............... 1 2008 Season Outlook .................... 2-3 Head Coach Rich Feller ................. 4-5 Assistant Coaches and Support Staff...............................6-7 Support Staff and Administration ...... 8 Returning Player Profiles ........... 10-25 Newcomer Player Profiles ......... 26-28 All-Time Cal Volleyball Roster ........ 29 2008 NCAA Tournament ..............30-31 The University of California ........ 32-33 Berkeley and the Bay Area ........ 34-35 Winning is a Cal Tradition .......... 36-37 Academic Achievement .................. 38 Notable Cal Alumni ......................... 39 Haas Pavilion .................................. 40 Strength and Conditioning, Sports Medicine ......................... 40 2007 Statistics, Results and Accomplishments ................ 41 2007 Pac-10 Standings and All-Conference Teams ............... 42 2007 Final AVCA Rankings ............. 42 All-Time Coaches Records ............. 43 All-Time Year-by-year Results ........ 43 All-Time Series Records ................. 43 All-Time Annual Results ............. 44-49 Golden Bear Volleyball Records 50-51 Honors and Awards ................... 52-53 2008 Opponents ........................ 54-57 The Pacific-10 Conference ............. 58 Composite Pac-10 Schedule .......... 59 Media and Travel Information ......... 59 2008 Broadcast Roster ................... 60 University of California .......... Inside Back Cover 2008 Team/Schedule ....... Back Cover

CREDITS The 2008 California Volleyball Media Guide was written and edited by Assistant Media Relations Director Jeremy Wu. Additional editorial assistance provided by Debbie RosenfeldCaparaz, Scott Ball and Anton Malko. Composition, design, artwork, and layout by Publications Director, John Dunbar, and Publications Coordinator, Evan Kerr. Cover photos by John Todd and Kelley Cox of GoldenBearSports.com. Interior photography by Robert Beck, Anastasia Bertolet, Kelley Cox, John Dunbar, Evan Kerr, Michael Pimentel, John Todd, Stephen Woo and Chris McGuire, among others. Printing by U.C. Printing Services of Berkeley, Calif.

WWW.CALBEARS.COM

THE BEAR FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

MEDIA RELATIONS

Location .............................Berkeley, Calif. Founded ............................................1868 Enrollment ......................................34,953 Nickname.............................Golden Bears Colors ................................. Blue and Gold Fight Song ................... Fight for California Mascot ................................................Oski National Affiliation ............ NCAA Division I Conference ................................ Pacific-10 Chancellor .................Robert J. Birgeneau Director of Athletics............Sandy Barbour Deputy Director of Athletics/ Senior Woman Administrator .......... Teresa Kuehn-Gould Home Court .........................Haas Pavilion Capacity.......................................... 11,877

Volleyball SID ..........................Jeremy Wu Office Phone ................... (510) 643-2938 Office Fax ....................... (510) 643-7778 Mobile Phone .................. (510) 334-6409 Press Row Phone ........... (510) 642-3098 E-Mail ................ jeremyw@berkeley.edu Mailing Address .......... 345 Haas Pavilion Berkeley, CA 94720 Athletic Ticket Office ... (800) GO-BEARS Website ...................... www.calbears.com

VOLLEYBALL STAFF Head Coach..............................Rich Feller (10th year, 24th overall) Alma Mater ................San Diego State ’73 Feller’s Record at Cal ....... 165-108 (.604), 9 years Feller’s Career Record ..... 464-275 (.628), 23 years Feller’s Pac-10 Record ......... 77-85 (.475), 9 years Feller’s Career Conf. Record...178-160 (.527), 23 years Assistant Coach...................Chris Bigelow (10th year) Assistant Coach..................Matt McShane (4th year) Volunteer Assistant Coach... David Dantes (2nd year) Director of Operations ....... Chelsea White Volleyball Office Phone..... (510) 642-9208 Volleyball Office Fax ......... (510) 643-5344 Team Trainer...........................Linda Smith Training Room Phone ....... (510) 642-3868

VOLLEYBALL HISTORY First Season of Volleyball ................ 1975 First Head Coach ............... Chris Stanley All-Time Record ............... 507-512 (.498) All-Time Conference Record ......................... 216-287 (.429) NCAA Appearances ............................. 12 AIAW Appearances ............................... 1 All-Americans ........................................ 5

2007 SEASON REVIEW 2007 Record ....... 26-8 (12-6 Pac-10, 4th) Home Record ................................... 12-3 Away Record ...................................... 7-4 Neutral Site Record ............................ 7-1 Final AVCA Ranking ....................... No. 4 Postseason Finish NCAA National Semifinal Match Last Opponent ......................... Penn State (L 3-0, NCAA Semi)

2008 TEAM INFORMATION Letterwinners Returning / Lost .......... 8 / 5 Starters Returning / Lost ... 5 (+ libero) / 2 Newcomers ............................................ 5 Class Breakdown (Sr./Jr./So./Fr.) .......................... 3/3/2/5 Position Breakdown (OH/MH/S/DS-L) ....................... 4/3/2/4

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2008 SEASON OUTLOOK NEW STANDARDS THE TARGET FOR 2008 GOLDEN BEARS

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he 2008 California volleyball team looks to set new standards for a program that is one of the fastest rising programs in the nation. For some, a trip to the NCAA championship semifinal match is an accomplishment both in and of itself. But for the Golden Bears, such a trip is but a stepping stone to an even bigger and brighter future. However, one thing Cal will not do is take its prior achievements for granted.

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“Our team now knows what it takes to achieve a high level of success,” said head coach Rich Feller. “After getting a taste of it last season, we are going to hit the court with a newly heightened sense of focus and determination. The great thing about our team is that the veterans also know not to take success for granted and that will be a key factor as the identity of this squad comes together.” When the 2007 Bears defeated Iowa State in the NCAA regional semifinal, it advanced further in the postseason than any Cal team in program history. Not satisfied with their successes, the Bears did themselves one better by knocking off defending NCAA Champion Nebraska, in the Wisconsin Regional to earn a trip to ifinall match t h the NCAA championship semifi against eventual NCAA Champion Penn State, in Sacramento, Calif. Feller believes the 2008 Bears are a unique blend of experience and youth; and of calculated precision and raw athletic talent. This year, Cal opponents will bear first-hand witness to the manifestation of a returning roster that boasts a junior outside hitter who received AVCAAll-America honors, a senior class poised in leadership, a sophomore setter who came within six assists of breaking a single-season school record and a freshman class that brings with it two Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 Selections. Leading the charge on the court for the Bears will be junior outside hitter Hana Cutura (Zagreb, Croatia). As a sophomore, Cutura put up impressive numbers, leading the team with 485 kills (4.22 kpg) and 566.5 points (4.92 ppg). She also poured in a team-high 37 service aces while adding 214 digs to her final stat line. Cutura’s postseason performance earned her recognition as the NCAA Tournament Wisconsin Regional MVP. Joining Cutura on the outside is senior outside hitter/middle hitter Morgan Beck (Coto De Caza, Calif.) who brings an abundance of experience to the court, having

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d in i 94 matches t h over h appeared her th three years with the Bears. As a junior, Beck posted 265 kills and 114 total blocks. Beck has earned honorable mention status on the All-Pac10 team the last two years and enters her final season as Cal’s ninth all-time leader in career blocks. Although Beck’s senior leadership will be invaluable to a young squad of Bears, she is not alone at the top. Senior middle hitter Kat Reilly (Plano, Texas) returns after posting strong numbers as a part-time starter in 2007. Reilly’s 116 total blocks (1.36 bpg) and .325 hitting percentage (147k, 44e, 317att) each ranked second only to since-departed Ellen Orchard. Rounding out the senior class is outside hitter Am’ra Solomon (Los Angeles, Calif.). Although Solomon is limited in court experience, she is loaded with leadership ability and will have much to offer to her teammates after a successful stint this summer with the USA A2 Team. Feller believes the leadership from his senior class will be critical to the success of the 2008 Bears. “Our seniors are three very different individuals,” said Feller. “Hopefully, that allows for the underclassmen to have a variety of personalities and styles to draw from as this team builds its identity. I believe the diversity of this senior class is


CALIFORNIA Golden Bears one of the major strengths to the make-up of our roster.” Setting the pace on the court for these Bears will be sophomore setter Carli Lloyd ng (Bonsall, Calif.). Thrust into the starting yd role early in her freshman campaign, Lloyd proved her mettle by completing her first om season with 1,550 assists, six away from eld breaking the Cal single-season record held ng by Samantha Carter. In addition to setting her teammates up, Lloyd also notched 93 yd kills, 234 digs and 111 total blocks. Lloyd nal was named to the NCAA Wisconsin Regional ed All-Tournament team and also received wo honors as the Outstanding Setter in two mpreseason tournaments. Lloyd’s phenomenal freshman season earned her a spot on the Pac-10 All-Freshmen team, and she is he ready to take on an even larger role as the on-court leader. re, “Even though she is just a sophomore, adCarli has already taken on such a big leade is ership role as the setter” said Feller. “She out there in the trenches and she commands the attention of her teammates. She is truly one of the best communicators you will find on the collegiate volleyball court.” On the defensive side of the ball, Cal will look to junior libero Kristen Kathan (Moraga, Calif.) for guidance and consistency. Kathan’s quickness helped her post Cal’s ninthbest single-season mark for digs with 414 in 2007. Away from the court, Kathan’s academic prowess was rewarded with an honorable mention to the Pac-10 All-Academic Team. Sophomore defensive specialist/libero Meagan Schmitt (Kentfield, Calif.) will also compete for playing time. Last but not least amongst returning players is junior middle hitter Mindi Wiley (Sonoma, Calif.). Wiley came on strong towards the end of the season, sharing time with fellow middle hitter, Reilly. Wiley’s .307 hitting percentage (85k, 30e, 179att) ranked third on the team as she set new career high’s in nearly every statistical category. This season, the Bears welcome five newcomers to the team. Topping the list of fresh faces is phenom outside hitter Tarah Murrey (El Cerrito, Calif.). Murrey comes to Cal as one of 2007’s most highly soughtafter high school recruits in the country. Her impressive resume includes selection to the Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 and recognition as the 2008 Gatorade California

Player of the Year. Also a Fab 50 selection, freshman middle hitter Shannon Hawari (Plano, Texas) looks to step in and battle for immediate playing time.

to compete for playing time right from the outset of camp. Roe, Obermeyer and Gorman are three extremely hard-working and athletic players and we couldn’t be happier tha they each chose to come to Cal. They that ar each going to bring something special are to our team.” This season, Feller looks to guide the Be Bears to a school-record seventh straight po postseason appearance. In just his 10th ye at Cal, Feller has solidified his name year in the record books as the most successful co coach in Cal volleyball history and hopes to improve on a phenomenal year in which his team produced two All-Americans and fin nished with a 26-8 record (12-6 Pac-10, fo fourth place). The squad’s success garnered him recognition as the ASICS/Volleyball Ma Magazine National Coach of the Year. He kn knows maintaining a high level of production Senior Outside/ wo be easy however. won’t Middle Hitter “It’s more difficult to repeat success than Morgan Beck it is to achieve it the first time” said Feller, “W want to make sure that “We o our team stays focused an remembers how hard and th had to work in order to they ac achieve their successes. The P Pac-10 will be a great test for ou team. The conference our sc schedule truly prepares our te team for all the NCAA TournaJunior Outside Hitter m ment can throw at us.” Hana Cutura Cal will open the season by hosting two tournaments at Haas Pavilion. The Bears w welcome St. John’s to Haas P Pavilion on Aug. 29 to kick of the Cal Molten Classic off be before they entertain DePau James Madison and UC aul, R Riverside in the Golden Bear In Invitational on Sept. 5-6. Taking to the road for the firrst time in 2008, the Bears w face Notre Dame, Cal will P Poly and host Minnesota at th Diet Coke Classic Invitathe tio tional in Minneapolis, Minn. N Next, the Bears will make the dr drive down Interstate-5 for th Crowne Plaza Volleyball the C Classic (Sept. 19-20). Cal opens the Pac-10 sl slate by hosting Oregon and O Oregon State on Sept. 26 and 27. The Bears will face all three California Joining Murrey and Hawari in the freshschools on consecutive weekends, first man class are setter/defensive specialist traveling to Stanford for the Big Spike on Ashley Roe (Campbell, Calif.), setter Oct. 19 before going to Los Angeles to take Kristin Obermeyer (Campbell, Calif.) and on UCLA and USC on Oct. 24 and 25. The defensive specialist/libero Katherine GorBig Spike comes to Haas Pavilion on Nov. man (Los Altos, Calif.). 14 before Cal completes the season with “I think we have one of the best recruiting a Thanksgiving sandwich in Oregon for a classes in the country” said Feller. “Murrey Nov. 26 date with the Beavers and a Nov. and Hawari have resumes that speak for 28 meeting with the Ducks. themselves and we are looking for them 2008 CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS Volleyball Media Guide

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RICH FELLER LLER Head Coach h 10th Year at Cal (24th h overall) Rich Feller, in his 10th h season ndoubtedly with the Golden Bears, is undoubtedly the most successful women’s men’s vola history. leyball coach in California Since he first stepped on campus in 1999, Feller has been able to craft the Golden Bears into a Pac-10 contender and a national powerhouse. The facts speak for themselves – a school-record d six consecutive postseason n win appearances, four 20-win ears, seasons in the past six years, three NCAA round of 16 appearances, six All-America selections ns and most recently, an appearance in the NCAA semifinals. Under Feller’s leadership, eadership, the Bears have not only made e the NCAA tournament six straight times, they have won six consecutive NCAA first-round ound matches. Feller’s achievements on the court have not gone unnoticed as he e was honored as Volleyball Magazine’s 2007 07 National Coach of the Year. Since leading Cal to its first NCAA appearance in 13 years in n 2002, Feller has firmly established the Bears ears as a top-tier team in the toughest volleyball yball conference in the nation – the Pac-10. Last ast season, he led Cal to its first-ever appearance ance in the NCAA rs defeated Iowa semifinals after the Bears State and then-defending NCAA champion sconsin Regional. Nebraska to claim the Wisconsin ms standing, Feller As one of the final four teams attle against evencoached Cal in a heated battle e, falling 3-0 to the tual champion Penn State, na in Sacramento, Nittany Lions at Arco Arena

Calif. The Bears finished the season with a 26-8 overall record, 12-6 in the Pac-10 for fourth place and a school-record No. 4 ranking in the final AVCA poll of collegiate women’s volleyball teams. Feller’s guidance brought his players some well-deserved attention as well, as senior outside hitter Angie Pressey earned her second selection to the AVCA All-America team and sophomore outside hitter Hana Cutura garnered her first selection as a member of the second team. Cutura also received MVP recognition in the NCAA Wisconsin Regional. Feller’s direction helped the Bears set new school records for total blocks in a single season (454) and hitting percentage in a single match (.702 vs. UNC-Wilmington on Sept. 1). In 2006, he led Cal to its secondever NCAA regional after the Bears defeated LSU and host Cal Poly, respectively, in the NCAA first and second rounds in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Feller then brought his squad to the NCAA Regional in Austin, Texas, where Cal lost three close games to No. 2-ranked Stanford to conclude the year 22-10 and ranked No. 13 in the final AVCA poll. Now 464275 (.628) overall in 23 years as a college coach and 165-108 (.604) in nine years as Cal’s mentor, Feller has his 2008 squad poised for another postseason appearance. Beyond

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FELLER’S COACHING MILESTONES Win No. 1 Idaho State, Sept. 3, 1983 ..........W 3-0 Win No. 50 Wyoming, Nov. 13, 1984 .............W 3-1 Win No. 100 Utah, Oct. 17, 1986.....................W 3-1 Win No. 150 Iowa State, Nov. 11, 1988 ...........W 3-0 Win No. 200 Louisville, Oct. 5, 1991 ...............W 3-0 Win No. 250 Pepperdine, Sept. 16, 1994 ........W .. 3-1 Win No. 300 3-1 Denver, Sept. 4, 1999 .................W ........... Win No. 350 ................W 3-2 Oregon, Oct. 26, 2002 .......... Win No. 400 Morgan State, Sept. 3, 2005 2005........W 3-0 Win No. 450 .........W 3-0 Oregon State, Oct. 5, 2007 ... he has taking the Bears to the postseason, postsea local volleyball generated excitement in the loc community by enabling Cal to host ho the NCAA first and second rounds at Haas Ha Pavilion His during the 2003 and 2004 campaigns. cam players are closely connected to the community through their commitment commitme to camps and clinics offered throughout the th year. This summer, Feller coordinated the hosting of Volleyball team the USA Women’s Indoor Volle and a scrimmage for the public publi in its final week before departing for the 2008 20 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. Cal’s 2003 campaign was especially guided sweet for the veteran coach as Feller F the Bears to a 25-7 record and the t school’s first-ever NCAA round of 16 berth bert with victoMichigan. Cal had ries over Saint Mary’s and Michig the best single-season winning percentage (.781) in school history, captured captur a sinceand tied school-record 12 Pac-10 victories v seasons for the posted back-to-back 20-win sea first time since 1981-83. The Bears Bea also won start the year, 16 consecutive matches to sta defeated Stanford for the first time since then-highest national 1982 and earned their then-high ranking ever (No. 5 on Oct. 13, 2003). Bears’ coach The accomplishments of the B and his staff did not go unnoticed unnotic as Feller Pacific was named both the 2003 AVCA AV Region Co-Coach of the Year and Pac-10 Coach of the Year. He was the first Cal t reg volleyball coach to garner regional coach of the year honors, and was the th first Bear mentor selected for league coac coaching honors since Chris Stanley was NorPac Conference Coach of the Year in 1982. Before arriving at Berkeley, Feller was


CALIFORNIA Golden Bears FELLER’S COACHING RECORD Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Team Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State Colorado State California California California California California California California California California

Overall 26-12 27-9 26-9 27-12 27-6 22-12 16-14 15-18 19-12 19-11 19-11 12-19 21-11 23-11 13-15 13-15 10-18 20-12 25-7 17-12 19-11 22-10 26-8

Conference 6-4 / 2nd HCAC 12-0 / 1st HCAC 11-1 / 1st HCAC 7-5 / 2nd tie HCAC 9-3 / 2nd HCAC 9-3 / 2nd tie HCAC 6-6 / 4th HCAC 3-7 / 5th WAC 4-8 / 5th WAC 6-8 / 6th WAC 7-7 / 4th tie WAC 3-11 / 7th WAC 8-6 / 3rd WAC 10-6 / 3rd WAC 7-11 / 6th tie Pac-10 6-12 / 7th tie Pac-10 3-15 / 9th Pac-10 7-11 / 8th Pac-10 12-6 / 3rd tie Pac-10 11-7 / 4th tie Pac-10 10-8 / 5th tie Pac-10 9-9 / 5th Pac-10 12-6 / 4th Pac-10

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Colorado State Totals 299-167 (.642) California Totals 165-108 (.604)

101-75 (.574) 77-85 (.475)

5-8, 8 NCAA berths 11-6, 6 NCAA berths

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an assistant coach for the United States Women’s National Volleyball Team from 1997-98. Prior to his stint as a USA national team assistant, he was a highly successful head coach at Colorado State. In his 14 years directing the Rams, Feller compiled a 299-167 (.642) record with eight NCAA Tournament appearances, two conference titles, 12 top-25 rankings and several AllAmerica, all-conference and all-academic athletes. In Feller’s first season at Colorado State in 1983, he led his team to a 26-12 record, a top-20 ranking and a NCAA Tournament appearance for the first time in school history. In 1987, Feller was named AVCA Regional Coach of the Year. From 1980-83, Feller was the top as-

sistant to Taras Liskevych (USA Olympic coach from 1985-96 and current Oregon State coach) at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, helping the Tigers to second, fourth and fifth-place national finishes in his three years with the program. Growing up in Palo Alto, Feller already had ties to the Bay Area before arriving at Cal in 1999. His father, David, earned his Ph.D. at Cal and his mother, Bernice, was a Cal undergraduate. “The opportunity to coach at Cal and to have the challenge of competing in the Pac10 Conference was a dream come true,”

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said Feller. “Any coach who is involved in college volleyball would relish the chance to coach in the Pac-10 and to come to Cal. One of my goals was to coach in the Pac10. Working at Cal is one of the best jobs in the nation.” Feller, 57, who earned his bachelor’s degree in recreation administration from San Diego State in 1973, lives in the Montclair District of the Oakland Hills with his wife, Stacey. He has three children – Evan (24), Ashleigh (22) and Ryan (20); and a stepson, Brad Bertolet (22).

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Feller with his wife, Stacey, at the 2003 NCAA Regional in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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ASSISTANT COACHES quarterfinal appearances and one Big Ten Co-Championship from 1995-98. Bigelow was a three-sport athlete at Eastern Washington and a member of the USA Volleyball training squad from 1973-74. She graduated from Eastern Washington in 1974 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. Bigelow received her master’s degree from Montana State in physical education in 1980.

CHRIS BIGELOW Assistant Coach 10th Year at Cal A key component and the veteran of the Cal volleyball coaching staff is 10th-year assistant and chief recruiting coordinator Chris Bigelow, a former assistant at Wisconsin and Texas. Bigelow was hired by Rich Feller as a Cal assistant coach in January of 1999. She has since been instrumental in securing recruiting classes ranked among the top 10 in the nation for the Golden Bears, including a No. 5 ranking in 2005 and a school-best No. 3 ranking by PrepVolleyball.com in 2006. “To recruits around the country, Chris Bigelow is the voice of Cal volleyball, and to club and college coaches, she is one of the top recruiters in the nation,” said Feller. “No one works harder than Chris. Besides being a great recruiter, she is also an outstanding training coach with a special interest in video tape analysis.” Bigelow built an impressive array of coaching credentials before arriving at Cal. She was an assistant coach for Bill Neville at Montana State from 1978-81, before taking over as head coach of the Bobcats from 1981-83. Bigelow then became an assistant to current USC volleyball coach Mick Haley at Texas from 1984-91, helping lead the Longhorns to seven conference championships, three final four appearances and one national championship in 1988. From 1991-93, Bigelow worked as a volleyball TV color commentator for the Southwest Conference and University of Texas radio. In 1993-94, Bigelow coached St. Stephens Episcopal High School in Austin, Texas, to a 30-3 season. She then accepted an offer to become John Cook’s assistant coach at Wisconsin, helping the Badgers to three NCAA tournament appearances, one NCAA round of 16 finish, two NCAA 6

MATT M McSHANE SHANE Assistant Coach Fourth Year at Cal Matt McShane joined the Cal volleyball staff on Feb. 2, 2005, and made an immediate impact as he helped the Golden Bears achieve a school-record fourth consecutive NCAA postseason appearance. McShane and his fellow Bear coaches then took it a step further in 2006 as Cal advanced to an NCAA regional for only the second time in school history. Last season, his offensive and defensive schemes combined to give Cal the edge over such national powers as Iowa State and defending NCAA champion Nebraska to put the Bears into the NCAA championship semifinal match for the first time in program history. The veteran coach arrived in Berkeley after spending four years as an assistant coach at the University of Utah. In 2004, the Utes went 24-7 overall and 13-1 in league action and captured a share of their first-ever Mountain West Conference title. “I am very pleased to have Matt McShane as part of our staff,” said Rich Feller. “Matt is known around the country as one of the top training coaches in college volleyball. He has years of experience in high-level volleyball, collegiate and international. Matt and I have known each other for years and spent 15 months together working as assistant coaches for USA National team in 1997 and 1998. He is the perfect fit for this position as we continue striving for excel-

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lence in our program.” Before joining the Utah staff, McShane was an associate head coach at the University of New Mexico from 1987-00. In 11 years in Albuquerque, he helped guide the Lobos to a 189-127 record, two conference championships and six trips to the NCAA tournament. In the summer of 2007, McShane was an assistant coach for USA Volleyball’s National A2 team, coaching former Cal standout Angie Pressey. During the summer of 2002, he also served as the head coach for the USA National A2 Team. In the summer of 2001, he was the head coach for the Intermountain Volleyball Association (IVA) High Performance Team that toured Europe. In 1996, McShane was named an assistant coach of the USA Women’s National team at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. While with the U.S. National team, McShane designed and ran practice sessions, did video analysis of Team USA and other major teams in the world, and prepared scouting reports on U.S. opponents. McShane’s coaching background also includes assisting current USA Women’s National Indoor Volleyball team coach “Jenny” Lang Ping with the Yaohan International Volleyball Team in 1996. The team was comprised of the best American and Russian players who competed against the Chinese and Cuban National teams in cities throughout China. Additionally, McShane served as an assistant coach at Brigham Young University from 1980-82. He is a member of the USAV Coaches Accreditation Program Cadre (CAP Level III), and each year, he runs numerous clinics throughout the U.S., teaching other college, high school and junior coaches the fundamentals of volleyball. As an undergraduate at UC Santa Barbara, McShane played on the only intercollegiate team to win the USAV Open National Championship. The UCSB teams finished second in the NCAA Championships in 1974 and ‘75, and finished third in the NCAA Regional Championships in 1976. He was an All-American for the Gauchos in 1974. McShane earned his bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Barbara in 1977 and his master’s degree from BYU in 1982. While at BYU, he played on the men’s club team that finished third at the USAV Open National Championship in 1981.


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DAVID DANTES Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Year at Cal David Dantes enters his second season as the volunteer assistant coach for the Cal women’s volleyball program.

Dantes, 23, arrived in Berkeley after spending the 2006 season as the head women’s club volleyball coach at Boston University. While at Boston, he led the Terriers to the school’s first regional championship and a national ranking as high as 11th. His club captured four of nine tournaments during the year, competing in the Northeast Women’s Volleyball Club League and the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association. Before heading BU’s women’s club volleyball program, Dantes was an investment analyst for Gravitas Prime Inc. in Makati, Philippines, as well as a communications intern for the Overseas Development Institute in London, England. Dantes earned his bachelor of arts degree in political science, with a minor in religion, from Boston University in May 2007. He competed for BU’s men’s club volleyball team from 2003-05 and was a two-year starter as an outside hitter.

CHELSEA WHITE Director of Operations Second Year at Cal In her role with the Golden Bears, White is in charge of all aspects of the volleyball program’s administrative duties, as well as coordinating team travel and assisting with special events. White came to Berkeley after spending a year as an assistant to Dean Judy Olian at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Prior to working at UCLA, White was a Client Service Associate at Smith Barney in Sacramento, Calif. White graduated from Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., in 2006 with a degree in political science, and was a member of the Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society with a 3.92 GPA. She was also the starting libero on the Iona volleyball team, finishing her senior season ranked No. 1 in the Metro Atlantic Conference and sixth in the NCAA in digs per game (6.12), and was selected the league’s 2005 Defensive Player of the Year. White also competed at American River College in Sacramento, where she was named the school’s 2004 Female Athlete of the Year and was a member of the California All-State and All-Northern California Volleyball teams.

PAULINA INZERILLO 2008 California Volleyball Coaching Staff (l to r): assistant coach Matt McShane, team manager Paulina Inzerillo, assistant coach Chris Bigelow, head coach Rich Feller, director of operations Chelsea White and volunteer assistant David Dantes.

Team Manager First Year at Cal

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2008 SUPPORT STAFF/ADMINISTRATION

Sandy Barbour Director of Athletics Fifth year

Hank Behrens Strength Coach Fourth year

Greg Desharnais Event Management Fourth year

Mohamed Muqtar Asst. Director of Student Services 17th year

Sam Bishop-Green Marketing and Promotions Third year

Steve Holton Deputy Director of Athletics Fourth year

Linda Smith Athletic Trainer 32nd year

Andrea Campos Jesse Choper Bear Backers Faculty Athletics Representative Fifth year Fifth year

Teresa Kuehn-Gould Deputy Dir. of Athletics/ Sr. Woman Administrator Eighth year

Laura Wong Equipment Manager 22nd year

Chris Lane Academic Advisor Sixth year

Jeremy Wu Media Relations Director Second year

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MORGAN BECK 6-3 • Senior • 3V Outside Hitter/Middle Hitter Coto De Caza, Calif. (San Clemente High School)

eight straight matches from Oct. 12-Nov. 10, including 15 kills against Oregon Oct. 19 and at Arizona Oct. 27… had a career-high three service aces versus Oregon State Oct. 20... put down a season-high 16 kills with a .467 hitting percentage at UCLA Oct. 12… hit .409 (11k, 2e, 22att) with six total blocks versus Arizona Sept. 30… had a career-high 14 digs, three block solos and eight total blocks versus UC Davis Aug. 26… recorded a then career-high seven block assists versus Xavier Sept. 1 and Pepperdine Sept. 9… named to the Golden Bear Invitational all-tournament team.

second on the team in kills (342), kills per game (3.26 kpg) and points (380.0, 3.62 ppg)… recorded 17 kills at Stanford Nov. 18… had a team-leading 14 kills against Arizona and 16 kills versus Arizona State Nov. 10-11… notched 14 kills at Washington Nov. 4 and 15 kills versus Oregon State Oct. 27… set a career-high 19 kills versus NCAA champion Washington Oct. 7… had 14 kills at Oregon Sept. 29… recorded 15 kills over Albany Sept. 4 and 15 again over Akron Sept. 17… was a member of the USA Junior National team that competed at the Under-20 World Championships July 23-31, 2005, in Ankara, Istanbul, Turkey.

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As a FRESHMAN, Beck was selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team… finished

Beck was a 2005 Mizuno High School All-American at San Clemente High School in San Clemente, Calif.… established four school records as a senior in 2004 – 544 kills in a season, .497 hitting percentage, 39 kills in a match and 11 service aces in a match… named South Coast League MVP, All-CIF Southern Section and All-Orange County first team… tabbed as a PrepVolleyball.com All-American and Fab 50 selection as well (nation’s No. 26 top recruit)... selected to the youth national training team in 2003… received first-team All-Pacific Coast League and All-CIF Southern Section honors as a sophomore in 2002... helped her club win the Volleyball Festival Championship as a member of the Saddleback Valley Volleyball Club in 2003 and 2004.

2008 Beck enters her SENIOR season as an outside hitter/middle hitter for the Golden Bears… trained with the U.S. Women’s National Indoor Volleyball team in the spring.

2007 As a JUNIOR, Beck received All-Pac-10 honorable mention for the second season in a row… finished third on the team in total blocks with 114 (1.03 bpg)… notched a career-high eight total blocks at USC on Oct. 26… contributed 265 kills on the season (2.39 kpg), which was fourth most on the team… selected to the Golden Bear Invitational all-tournament team, tallying 25 kills with a .439 hitting percentage over the course of three matches… posted a seasonhigh 18 kills (4e, 33att, .424) against UCLA on Oct. 27 in Cal’s historic win at Pauley Pavilion… invited to participate in the USA Volleyball National team open tryouts in Colorado Spring, Colo.

PERSONAL Morgan Elizabeth Beck was born March 30, 1987, in Newport Beach, Calif.… parents are Ed and Cindy Beck... has a sister, Erin (35), and a brother, Garrett (19), a member of the Cal crew team… cousin, Brandon Beck, was a member of Cal’s men’s golf team from 2003-08... majoring in sociology.

CAREER HIGHS 2006 As a SOPHOMORE, Beck received AllPac-10 honorable mention… was second on the team in total blocks with 127, eighth in the Pac-10 and sixth on the Cal all-time single-season list… her 306 kills (2.78 kpg) were third among Bears… hit .429 with nine kills against Stanford in the NCAA regional in Austin, Texas… had 15 kills with a .444 hitting percentage (3e, 27att) and five total blocks in the NCAA second round at Cal Poly Dec. 2… posted 11 kills with a .412 hitting percentage (4e, 17att) and five total blocks versus LSU in the NCAA first round Dec. 1… recorded double figures in kills in 10

Kills: .................................................................................. 19 vs. Washington, 10/7/05 Attacks: ............................................................................. 59 vs. Washington, 10/7/05 Assists: ........................................................................................ 4 vs. UCLA, 9/27/07 Service Aces: ................. 3 vs. Oregon State, 10/20/06; at Washington State, 11/8/07 Digs: ................................................. 14 vs. UC Davis, 8/26/06; vs. Stanford, 9/21/07 Block Solos: ........................................................................... 3 vs. UC Davis, 8/26/06 Block Assists: ................................................................................ 8 at USC, 10/26/07 Total Blocks: ......... 8 vs. UC Davis, 8/26/06; vs. Oregon, 10/19/06; at USC, 10/26/07

BECK’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2005 2006 2007 TOTAL

M 29 32 34 95

G 105 110 111 326

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E 202 120 115 437

TA 961 684 638 2283

PCT .146 .272 .235 .208

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SA 6 13 20 39

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MORGAN BECK’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is ............................................................................. pink Her favorite food is ........................................................................... sushi Her favorite athlete is ............................................................. Matt Proper Her favorite singers are ........................ Kevin Misajon and Jack Johnson Her favorite movie is ......................................................................... Juno Her parents taught her .......................................................... to be honest She would like to visit ........................................................................... Fiji She will never ....................................................................... sing karaoke When it rains, she likes to ................................................... watch movies If she won the lotto, she would ......................................... travel the world

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HANA CUTURA 6-4 • Junior • 2V Outside Hitter Zagreb, Croatia (Sportska Gimnazija)

Croatian National team to the 2003 European Youth Championship as a middle blocker… played in the European Championships in April 2005 in Tallinn, Estonia, leading Croatia to a fourth-place finish… competed in the 2005 World Youth Championships in Macau, China… helped her team at Sportska Gimnazija to a second-place finish at the 2006 Croatian national high school championship, and a third-place finish at the Zagreb high school beach volleyball tournament… was a recipient of an award for special contributions to high school sports… received the Best Spiker Award at the 2001 and 2002 Croatian National Youth Championships.

(3.84 kpg), ninth in the Pac-10… also ranked second on the team (9th in the Pac-10) in points with 455.5 (4.47 ppg), and fourth in service aces with 21 (0.21 sapg)… logged a team-high 18 kills in the NCAA second round at Cal Poly Dec. 2, and a team-high 15 kills versus LSU in the NCAA first round Dec. 1… recorded a then-career-high 28 kills and six total blocks, with a .386 hitting percentage (6e, 57att), at Oregon Nov. 17… had 17 kills versus UCLA Nov. 10… notched 16 kills versus Stanford Nov. 3… had 17 kills at Arizona Oct. 27… had 12 kills and three service aces versus Oregon State Oct. 20 and 15 kills with five block assists vs. Oregon Oct. 19… recorded 15 kills and five blocks at USC Oct. 13… had 20 kills at Pacific Sept. 14… recorded three service aces versus Montana Aug. 25 and Colorado State Sept. 8… had a then-career-high 10 digs against Oral Roberts Sept. 2.

PERSONAL Hana Cutura was born March 10, 1988, in Zagreb, Croatia… parents are Zoran and Gordana Cutura… father, Zoran, is a former Olympic basketball star for Yugoslavia, and her mother, Gordana, a former member of the Croatian National Volleyball team… has a brother, Tomislav, also born March 10, but in 1983 who attended Lycoming College in Williamsport, Penn… majoring in film studies.

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2008 All-American outside hitter, Cutura enters her JUNIOR season as a starting outside hitter for the Golden Bears.

Cutura was a member of the Croatian Youth and Junior National teams before arriving at Cal as one of the top young players in both the United States and Europe… led the

2007 As a SOPHOMORE in 2007, Cutura received AVCA All-America second team and ASICS/Volleyball Magazine All-America second team honors after posting career highs in all statistical categories… an AllPac-10 selection… named MVP of the NCAA Wisconsin Regional all-tournament team, the first-ever such honor for a Golden Bear… led Cal in kills in four wins at the NCAA Tournament…named to the Santa Clara Invitational all-tournament team… led team in total kills with 485 (4.22 kpg) and established the sixth-best all-time single-season mark at Cal… her 1,159 total attacks were good for 10th most in a single season at Cal… led the team with 37 service aces (0.32 sapg)… scored a team-high 566.5 points for the Bears, reaching double-figures in 28 matches (30 or more on two occasions)… had five double-double matches including a near triple-double against UCLA Sept. 27 when she registered 24 kills, 14 digs and 9 total blocks (career-high)… set a careerhigh 29 kills against Stanford Nov. 23, hitting .339 (10e, 56att)… served a career-high four service aces against Utah State Sept. 7… competed for the Croatian Junior National team over the summer.

2006 As a FRESHMAN, named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team… selected as Co-MVP of the Cal Molten Classic, MVP of the Florida International Invitational and named to the Golden Bear Invitational All-Tournament Team… second on the team in kills with 392, 12

CAREER HIGHS Kills: ....................................................................................... 29 at Stanford, 11/23/07 Attacks: ....................................................... 58 at UCLA, 10/27/07; vs. Duke, 12/1/07 Service Aces: ......................................................................... 4 vs. Utah State, 9/7/07 Digs: ............................................................................... 16 vs. Washington, 10/11/07 Block Solos: ......................................................................... 3 at Santa Clara, 9/14/07 Block Assists: ............................................................................... 7 vs. UCLA, 9/27/07 Total Blocks: ................................................................................ 9 vs. UCLA, 9/27/07

CUTURA’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006 2007 TOTAL

M 30 34 64

G 102 115 217

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E 191 208 399

TA 952 1159 2111

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HANA CUTURA’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is .......................................................................... green Her favorite food is .................................................................... chocolate Her friends say she reminds them of ......................... The Incredible Hulk Her favorite band is ............................................... Red Hot Chili Peppers Her favorite outfit is ................................................. jeans and a nice shirt Her parents taught her ........................... to be modest and to help people She would like to visit ...................................................................... Egypt She will never .................................................................. harm an animal When it rains, she likes to ................................ listen to the rain and think She likes to celebrate by .................................... dancing with her friends

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Named Contra Costa Times Player of the Year, Cal-Hi Sports Player of the Year, Sports Focus Player of the Year, Diablo Foothill Athletic League MVP and a PrepVolleyball. com High School All-American as a senior at Campolindo High School… received DFAL MVP and the Cal-Hi Sports Player of the Year honors as a junior in 2004… member of the Golden Bear 18-Forefront club team that placed fifth in the nation in 2005 and helped her club team to a bronze medal at the 2003 Junior Olympics.

Kristen Josephine Kathan was born Oct. 17, 1988, in Manchester, N.H.… parents are Tom and Josephine Kathan… majoring in international field studies with an emphasis in European trade relations.

KRISTEN KATHAN 5-6 • Sophomore • 2V Defensive Specialist/Libero Moraga, Calif. (Campolindo High School)

2008 Kathan enters her JUNIOR season with the Golden Bears as the incumbent starting defensive specialist/libero after posting impressive numbers as a sophomore.

2007 As a SOPHOMORE, Kathan led the team in total digs with 414, good for the ninth-best single-season total in Cal history… also led the team with 3.72 digs per game… posted a career-high 29 digs at USC on Oct. 26… reached double-digit digs in 21 of 33 matches played, including a streak of 17-straight from Oct. 5 through Dec. 7… registered a team-high 25 digs at UCLA Oct. 27 in Cal’s historic win at Pauley Pavilion… notched a career-high five service aces against UNC-Wilmington on Sept. 1… finished the season with 29 service aces, third overall on the team… received Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.

2006 As a FRESHMAN, Kathan established herself as one of the Bears’ top defensive specialists, competing in 29 matches, earning 118 digs and 17 service aces… recorded four digs and a service ace against Stanford in the NCAA regional in Austin, Texas… had six digs in the NCAA second round at Cal Poly Dec. 2, and seven digs and a service ace vs. LSU in the NCAA first round Dec. 1… set a then-career-high 15 digs versus UCLA Nov. 10 and versus Washington Nov. 25… recorded at least two service aces in four different matches during the season – Sept. 1 versus Xavier, Sept. 14 at Pacific, Nov. 10 versus UCLA and Nov. 17 at Oregon.

CAREER HIGHS Kills: ........................................................................................... 1 vs. UCLA, 11/10/06 Attacks: .......................................................................................... 2 vs. USC, 9/28/07 Service Aces: ................................................................ 5 vs. UNC-Wilmington, 9/1/07 Assists: ........................................................ 3 three times, last vs. Nebraska, 12/8/07 Digs: ........................................................................................... 29 at USC, 10/26/07

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G 75 112 187

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E 0 0 0

TA 4 7 11

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DIG 118 414 532

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KRISTEN KATHAN’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is ......................................... a bright electric lime green Her favorite food is .................................. her mother’s homemade pasta Her friends say she reminds them of .................................. Danny DeVito Her favorite outfit is ................................... a Chiquita banana floral dress Her favorite athlete is ........................ Ricky Bobby from Talladega NIghts Her favorite TV show is .................................................... “American Idol” If she wasn’t playing volleyball .................... she’d march in the Cal band She would like to visit .................................................................... Croatia When it rains, she likes to ........................................ stare out the window She likes to celebrate by .................................................... doing a fun jig

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School Female Athlete of the Year for 200607… 2006 San Diego Hall of Champions Inductee… 2007 Andi Collins Outstanding Setter Award… led her club team, Epic 18-I to a third-place finish at the 2006 Junior Olympics… named 2006-07 Junior Olympic all-tournament selection… also a standout track athlete, earning 2005 Avocado League Track Athlete of the Year honors and was a two-time All-Avocado League selection… CIF and state qualifier in the 110-meter hurdles and the long jump, and was the 1998 Long Jump National Champion… four-year Principal’s Honor Roll student.

Carli Ellen Lloyd was born Aug. 6, 1989, in Fallbrook, Calif.… mother, Cindy Lloyd, is an assistant volleyball coach at Fallbrook High School… uncle, Galen Tomlinson, has been her mentor and coach in both volleyball and track and field the past 10 years… Tomlinson is better known as Turbo from the 1980’s television series, American Gladiator… grandfather, Doug Tomlinson, is a former MLB player with the Cleveland Indians… sister, Coral, 22, and brother, Doug, 21… has not declared a major.

CARLI LLOYD 5-11 • Sophomore • 1V Setter Bonsall, Calif. (Fallbrook Union High School)

2008 Lloyd enters her SOPHOMORE season with the Golden Bears as the projected starting setter… helped the USA A2 Red Team to an Adult Open title in Atlanta, Ga., over the summer.

2007 As a FRESHMAN, Lloyd earned Pac-10 All-Freshman team honors as she led the Bears in total assists with 1,550 (second-best Cal all-time single-season total) and a 12.81 assist per game average… named to the NCAA Wisconsin Regional all-tournament team (the first Cal freshman to receive the honor)… appeared in 34 matches and all but two of Cal’s 121 games as a true freshman… finished the season fourth on the team in total blocks with 111 (7bs, 104ba)… logged seven double-double matches this season… registered a career-high 18 digs against UCLA Sept. 27 to go with 54 assists… set a career-high mark by putting up 69 assists at USC Oct. 26… helped Cal to a historic victory at UCLA Oct. 27 with 63 assists and 13 digs… had 65 assists and 17 digs versus Duke Dec. 1 in the NCAA second round… named Outstanding Setter of the Cal Molten Classic and the Golden Bear Invitational Outstanding Setter.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Lloyd was a PrepVolleyball.com Fab 50 Selection for four straight years… named 2005 CIF Player of the Year, 2006 CIF Player of the Year, 2006 San Diego Division I CIF Player of the Year and the 2007 San Diego Division I CIF Player of the Year as the starting setter at Fallbrook High School in Fallbrook, Calif.… selected 2006 Avocado League MVP and 2007 Avocado League MVP… named Fallbrook High 16

CAREER HIGHS Kills: ............................................................................................. 6 vs. UCLA, 9/27/07 Attacks: .................................................................................. 16 vs. Stanford, 9/21/07 Assists: ....................................................................................... 69 at USC, 10/26/07 Service Aces: ......................................... 3 four times, last vs. Arizona State, 11/17/07 Digs: .......................................................................................... 18 vs. UCLA, 9/27/07 Block Solos: ...................................................................... 2 vs. Northeastern, 8/25/07 Block Assists: .......................................................... 8 vs. Washington State, 10/11/07 Total Blocks: ........................................................... 8 vs. Washington State, 10/11/07

LLOYD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 TOTAL

M 34 34

G 121 121

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E 38 38

TA 261 261

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CARLI LLOYD’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is .......................................................................... green Her favorite food is ............................................ anything her mom cooks Her friends say she reminds them of ......................................... Rapunzel Her favorite movie is ................................................... Dumb and Dumber Her favorite TV show is .............................................................. “Friends” If she were on TV, she would be ................................................. a dancer She would like to visit ................................................................. Australia If she wasn’t a volleyball player, she would be ............................ a nanny When it’s raining, she likes to ......................................................... cuddle dye her hair She will never ........................................................................ .......................................... ..... ...................

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2002 and a two-time all-district basketball player during the 2002-03 and 2003-04 seasons… member of the Plano East High School Hall of Fame.

Reilly was the 2004 District 8-5A Most Valuable Player as a senior at Plano East Senior High School… rated as the nation’s 13th best high school recruit by PrepVolleyball.com… 2004 PrepVolleyball.com All-American, recording a school-record 501 kills with a .426 hitting percentage and 4.36 kills per game as a senior… set a school record with 33 kills in a match, and led her team with 172 blocks (1.5 bpg) and 307 digs (2.67 dpg)… all-state in lacrosse in

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KAT REILLY 6-2 • Senior • 2V Middle Hitter Plano, Texas (Plano East High School)

2008 Reilly enters her SENIOR year with the Golden Bears and will compete for playing time as a middle hitter… serves as the president of the Cal Student-Athlete Academic Advisory Council.

2007 Reilly set career highs in all statistical categories as a JUNIOR and earned a 2007 Pac-10 All-Academic team honorable mention… posted the second-highest hitting percentage on the team at .325 (147k, 44e, 317att) and the second-best total for blocks with 116 (9bs, 107ba) and a 1.36 bpg average… had 10 kills without an error on 11 attacks at Santa Clara Sept. 14 to hit .909, tied for seventh-best all-time in the Pac-10… had at least one block in all but two matches… logged 14 kills (4e, 22att, .455) versus Notre Dame Sept. 15… posted 10 kills (1e, 18att, .500) against Stanford Sept. 21… notched a career-high eight total blocks (all assists) against Minnesota Sept. 8… selected to the Colorado Invitational all-tournament team and the Santa Clara Invitational all-tournament team.

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2006 Reilly sat out the season due to an injury sustained to her left knee during a preseason practice.

2005 As a FRESHMAN, hit a team-best .449 (25k, 3e, 49att)… had a then-career-high seven kills in nine attempts (.778) versus Morgan State Sept. 3… set then-careerhighs with four total blocks versus UC Davis Aug. 27, and versus Akron Sept. 17.

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Kills: ................................................................................. 14 vs. Notre Dame, 9/15/07 Attacks: ....................................................................................... 23 at USC, 10/26/07 Assists: ......................................................................................... 3 at USC, 10/26/07 Digs: ............................................................................................ 4 vs. UCLA, 9/27/07 Block Solos: .......................................... 1 vs. nine teams, last vs. Iowa State, 12/7/07 Block Assists: .......................................................................... 8 vs. Minnesota, 9/8/07 Total Blocks: ........................................................................... 8 vs. Minnesota, 9/8/07

REILLY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2005 2006 2007 TOTAL

M 12

G 16 Redshirt 34 85 46 101

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KAT AT REILLY’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is ......................................................................... purple Her favorite movie is ................................................... The Little Mermaid Her favorite book is ........................ Something Borrowed by Emily Griffin Her favorite TV show is ................................................. “Project Runway” If she were on TV, she would be ............. on MTV’s “Made” as a rock star She would like to visit ...................................................................... Dubai Her favorite singer is .............................................................. John Mayer Her favorite outfit is ................................................. a jazzy cocktail dress Her parents taught her ..................... that they will always be there for her If she won the lotto, she would .............................. buy a pink convertible

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MEAGAN SCHMITT 5-9 • Sophomore • 1V Defensive Specialist/Libero Kentfield, Calif. (Redwood High School)

2008 Schmitt enters her SOPHOMORE year with the Golden Bears and will compete for time as a defensive specialist/libero.

2007 As a FRESHMAN, Schmitt participated in seven matches, notching two assists, two service aces and five digs on the year… had a career-high four digs at Oregon State Oct. 5.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Schmitt was the 2006 Marin County Athletic League MVP as a senior at Redwood High School in Larkspur, Calif… selected 2007 Marin County Athletic all-league… helped her team to four-consecutive MCAL titles and the 2007 North Coast Section crown… her Golden Bear club team placed ninth in the 2006 Junior Olympics National Division, and qualified for the Open Division at the 2007 Junior Olympics… also ran distance in track, notching a time of 11:45 in the two mile and helping her team to four-straight titles.

PERSONAL Meagan Laura Schmitt was born Oct. 18, 1989, in Kentfield, Calif.… parents Tom and Laura Schmitt both attended Cal and ran cross country and track for the Bears… has a brother, Jake, 21, and a sister, Caitlin, 15… uncle John Starrett rowed for Cal… has not declared a major, but is interested in being a teacher and coach.

CAREER HIGHS Service Aces: .................................................... 1 twice, last at Oregon State, 10/5/07 Digs: .................................................................................. 4 at Oregon State, 10/5/07

SCHMITT’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 TOTAL 20

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E 0 0

TA 0 0

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SA 2 2

DIG 5 5

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Her favorite color is .......................................................................... green Her favorite movie is ................................................................ Mean Girls Her favorite TV show is ..................................... “Desperate Housewives” Her favorite athlete is .................................................. Misty May-Treanor If she were on TV, she would be ..................................... on a game show She would like to visit ......................................................................... Italy Her favorite singer is ....................................................... Michael Jackson Her parents taught her .......................................................... to work hard If she won the lotto, she would .............................................. go shopping When it’s raining, she likes to ......................................... play Guitar Hero

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Solomon was selected the 2004 StudentAthlete of the Year at St. Bernard High School… a two-time team MVP in volleyball… also starred on the basketball team for three years… played for the Los Angeles Top Gun volleyball club team.

Am’ra LeeAnne Solomon was born Aug. 13, 1986, in Los Angeles… parents are Richard and Sheryl Solomon… siblings include Kenya, 37, Ericka, 23, and Richard III, 15… majoring in social welfare and sociology.

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AM’RA SOLOMON 6-1 • Senior • 3V Outside Hitter Los Angeles, Calif. (St. Bernard High School)

2008 Solomon enters her SENIOR season with the Golden Bears and will compete for playing time as an outside hitter… she helped the USA A2 Red Team to an Adult Open title in Atlanta, Ga., over the summer.

2007 As a JUNIOR, Solomon logged a careerhigh 80 kills and 196 attacks (32e) hitting for .245… set a season high of 11 kills at Oregon State Oct. 5… hit for .400 or better in seven of the 18 matches in which she appeared.

2006 Solomon earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention as a SOPHOMORE… participated in eight matches and 11 games, recording 15 kills with a .250 hitting percentage (15k, 5e, 40att )… registered a season-high six kills with a .750 hitting percentage (6k, 0e, 8att) versus Oregon State Oct. 20.

2005 As a REDSHIRT FRESHMAN, Solomon was outstanding in only her second collegiate start Oct. 13 at Arizona State, hitting a team-best .550 with a career-high 13 kills and only two errors in 20 attacks… recorded four total blocks, including two solo blocks… notched a kill at Wisconsin in the NCAA second round.

2004 Solomon sat out the season with an injury, taking a medical redshirt.

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AM’RA SOLOMON’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is ........................................................................... silver Her favorite TV show is .............................................. “My Wife and Kids” If she were on TV, she would be ............................... a model or a dancer Her favorite book is ................ The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah She would like to visit ....................................................................... Paris Her favorite band is .......................................................... Destiny’s Child Her parents taught her .................... to always trust in God and be patient If she won the lotto, she would .................... give the money to her family When it’s raining, g she likes to ..................................... drink hot chocolate She likes to celebrate by y ............................................ ................... going out to eat

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at Stephen F. Austin, and mother, Nancy, played basketball at Northeastern… has a sister Brooke, 22… majoring in American studies with an emphasis in pop culture.

Mindi Linn Wiley was born Sept. 24, 1988, in Santa Rosa, Calif.… parents are Keith and Nancy Wiley… father, Keith, played football

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2008 Wiley enters her JUNIOR season as a middle hitter for the Golden Bears.

2007 As a SOPHOMORE, Wiley put up 85 kills on 179 attacks (30e), hitting for a careerbest .307… she also notched 74 total blocks (6bs, 68ba) for seventh on the team… had a season-high eight kills (2e, 15att) and hit for .400 at UCLA Oct. 27 in Cal’s historic win at Pauley Pavilion… registered 11 kills on 21 attacks with only one error in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament and added 11 total blocks over the two-match span.

2006 Wiley competed in nine matches and 14 games as a FRESHMAN, recording 19 kills with a .289 hitting percentage (8e, 38att)… added nine block assists… had an impressive nine kills with no errors in 13 attempts (.692 hitting percentage) at Oregon State Nov. 16… missed the first 19 matches of the season with a broken right thumb.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A four-time Sonoma County All-League selection in volleyball at Sonoma Valley High School… named 2004 Redwood Empire Athlete of the Year, and Cal-Hi Junior Athlete of the Year, excelling as both a volleyball player and a high jumper in track and field… two-year member of USA Volleyball’s National Youth Team, and a 2004 AAU Junior National Volleyball All-American… featured on the cover of the November 2005 issue of School Sports magazine, and was selected as the nation’s No. 18 top high school recruit by PrepVolleyball.com. 24

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MINDI WILEY’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is ......................................................................... purple Her favorite food is ........................................... any type of Mexican food Her favorite TV show is ........................................................ “Family Guy” If she were on TV, she would be ..................................................... a chef Her favorite athlete is ......................................................... Dwyane Wade She would like to visit ........................................................................... Fiji Her friends say she looks like ............................................... Leona Lewis Her favorite singer is ................................................................ Alicia Keys When it’s raining, she likes to .......................................... jump in puddles She likes to celebrate by ...................... singing with teammate Kat Reilly

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5-7 • Freshman • HS Defensive Specialist/Libero Los Altos, Calif. (Menlo High School)

6-2 • Freshman • HS Middle Hitter Plano, Texas (Plano West High School)

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Hawari enters her FRESHMAN season with the Golden Bears as a middle hitter.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB As a four-year starter at Menlo High School in Atherton, Calif., Gorman earned first-team All-Peninsula Athletic League honors in 2005, 2006 and 2007… selected as the team captain as a senior… 2006 Archibishop Mitty all-tournament team… 2005 San Jose Mercury News All-Central Coast Section honorable mention… 2007 San Mateo County Times All-County first team… member of City Beach Volleyball Club, helping her team to Central Coast Section Division IV Championships in 2006 and 2007… earned a bronze medal at the 2003 Junior Olympics with teammates Kristin Obermeyer and Ashley Roe… four-year honor roll student.

PERSONAL Katherine Elizabeth Gorman was born Dec. 27, 1989, in Mountain View, Calif.… parents are Richard and Andrea Gorman… brother, Richard, 21, is a designated hitter for the Cal baseball team… intends to major in business.

One of Volleyball Magazine’s Fab 50 high school players for 2007, Hawari also earned PrepVolleyball.com All-America honors for 2007-08 as a senior at Plano West High School in Plano, Texas… member of the Texas all-state all-star team… 2007 High School Sports Magazine All-County MVP, 2007 Dallas Morning News All-Area Player of the Year, District 9-5A MVP… helped her team to its first-ever appearance Texas state tournament as a senior captain… led her squad to tournament championships in the 2006-08 at the Duncanville Tournament of Champions, earning alltournament honors… 2006 District 9-5A Blocker of the Year, first-team All-District… 2005 District 8-5A Newcomer of the Year, first-team All-District… earned National Junior Olympics All-American honors at the 18’s Open with her club, Texas Advantage… 2007 PrepVolleyball Classic Outstanding Hitter… PrepVolleyball’s No. 23-rated recruit in 2007… a member of the National Honors Society.

PERSONAL Shannon Grace Hawari was born Oct. 30, 1989, in Dallas … parents are Kenneth and Beverly Hawari… brother Kyle, 22, is a defensive lineman on the Yale football team… has not declared a major.

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SHANNON HAWARI’S BEAR BITES

Her favorite food is ............................................. Chipotle burritos Her favorite TV show is .................................................. “Weeds” Her favorite band is .................................. Red Hot Chili Peppers When it’s raining, she likes to ........................ wear her rain boots Her favorite movie is ..................................................... Fight Club If she wasn’t a volleyball player, she would be ................. a golfer She is disgusted by ................................................. rubber bands She will never ................................................ be able to ‘shimmy’ Her favorite books are .............................. the Harry Potter series Her favorite holiday is ................................................... Christmas

Her favorite color is ................................................................ pink Her favorite food is ............................................................... sushi Her favorite TV show is ............................................. “The Office” If she were on TV, she would be ...................... on “American Idol” Her favorite athlete is .................................................. Tony Romo Her favorite book is ........... The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk If she wasn’t a volleyball player, she would be .............. an astronaut She would like to visit ........................................................... Paris Her favorite band is ............................................. Band of Horses When it’s raining, she likes to ................................... sleep all day

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6-3 • Freshman • HS Outside Hitter El Cerrito, Calif. (St. Mary’s High School)

5-9 • Freshman • HS Setter Campbell, Calif. (Westmont High School)

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Obermeyer enters her FRESHMAN season with the Golden Bears as a setter.

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One of Volleyball Magazine’s Fab 50 high school players, as a senior at St. Mary’s College High School in Berkeley, Calif., Murrey earned 2007 Bay Shore Athletic League MVP honors for the third consecutive season… 2007 California Gatorade Volleyball Player of the Year, first-team All-Bay Shore League… played in the 2007 World Championships for the USA girl’s youth national team… as a junior in 2006, selected Bay Shore Athletic League MVP, Contra Costa Times Player of the Year, first-team All-Bay Shore League, PrepVolleyball Dream Team, Norceca World Championship MVP, Norceca World Championship Best Spiker Award, Norceca World Championship Top Scorer Award… as a sophomore in 2005, selected Bay Shore Athletic League MVP and Prep Volleyball’s Sophomore Top 79 List… a four-year member of the Golden Bear Volleyball Club.

In 2007, Obermeyer received Blossom Valley Athletic League Senior of the Year honors, as a member of the all-league team after leading Westmont High School in Campbell, Calif. to the BVAL league championship… in 2006, she was selected BVAL Junior of the Year and led her team to a second-place finish… in 2005, earned All-BVAL second team honors… in 2004, earned All-BVAL second-team honors and selected the BVAL Freshman of the Year… earned the bronze medal at the 2003 Junior Olympics with teammates Katherine Gorman and Ashley Roe… graduated as a lifetime 100 percent member of the California Scholastic Federation and as Campbell High School’s valedictorian.

PERSONAL Tarah Lynnette Murrey was born March 28, 1990, in Santa Clara, Calif.… parents are Douglas and Barbara Murrey… father played basketball for San Jose State and was selected in the ninth-round of the 1981 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors… mother played volleyball for San Jose State in 1978-79… has two brothers, Jerryck (23), Russell (22), and a sister, Brittney (21)… Brittney is the starting setter for UC Riverside’s volleyball team… has not declared a major.

PERSONAL Kristin Denise Obermeyer was born April 2, 1990, in Campbell, Calif.… parents are John and Denise Obermeyer… has one sister, Kathryn, 21, who attends Westmont College in Santa Barbara, Calif.… has not declared a major.

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KRISTIN OBERMEYER’S BEAR BITES

Her favorite color is ........................................................ turquoise Her favorite food is ............................................. chicken pad thai Her favorite TV show is .............. “Secret Life of an American Teenager” If she were on TV, she would be ......................... a talk-show host Her favorite athlete is .......................................... Candace Parker She would like to visit ............................................ the Caribbean Her favorite book is .............. The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch Her friends say she looks like ................ Princess Jasmine from Aladdin She likes to celebrate by .............................. having a huge party If not a volleyball player, she would be ............... a synchronized swimmer

Her favorite color is ............................................................... blue Her favorite TV show is ........................................... “Gossip Girl” If she were on TV, she would be ....................... on “Family Feud” Her favorite athlete is .......................................... Michael Jordan She would like to visit .................................................... Australia When it’s raining, she likes to .......................... listen to Coldplay She likes to celebrate by ............................. singing and dancing Her favorite book is .............. A Bend In the Road by Nicholas Sparks Her parents taught her ...................................... to have patience Her favorite movie is .............................................. Dirty Dancing 2008 CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS Volleyball Media Guide

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2008 Roe enters her FRESHMAN season with the Golden Bears as a setter and defensive specialist.

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PERSONAL Ashley Ann Roe was born June 25, 1990, in San Jose, Calif.… parents are Truman and Laurie Roe… father played basketball for the CBA’s Montana Golden Nuggets… has two sisters, Jenna (19) and Haley (13)… uncle, Brad Larson, and aunt, Lisa Larson, each graduated from Cal… has not declared a major.

ASHLEY ROE’S BEAR BITES Her favorite color is ....................................................... aqua blue Her favorite food is .................................. any type of Greek food If she were on TV, she would be .................... a sports announcer Her favorite athlete is ................................................ Kobe Bryant She would like to visit .......................................................... Africa Her favorite singer is ................................................. Chris Brown Her favorite book is ................................ The Pact by Jodi Picoult Her favorite movie is .................................... Love and Basketball She is disgusted by .......................................... the smell of trash Her favorite TV shows are ................. “Baldwin Hills” and “Gossip Girl”


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ALL-TIME ROSTER AAA Abernathy, Gabrielle .... 2000-01, 03-04 Adachi, Themy-Jo ........................ 1975 Adachi, Wendy ............................ 1974 Allen, Dana ............................. 1983-84 Allen, Denise .......................... 1980-83 Allison, Sara ........................... 1987-90 Alva, Kellie .............................. 1996-99 Anderson, Debbie ................... 1978-81 Ara, Allison ................................... 2002 Arce, Lisa ................................ 1987-90 Archer, Krissy .............................. 1992 Astone, Toni ................................. 1977 Averbach, Cindi ........................... 1974 BBB Baggott, Teresa ...................... 1975-76 Banatao, Tala .......................... 1998-00 Bates, Kelly .................................. 1985 Beck, Morgan ............... 2005-present Belina, Sue ............................. 1981-84 Berardo, Annette ..................... 1983-85 Berman, Elena ........................ 1995-97 Bernstein, Laura .......................... 1976 Black, Teresa ............................... 1976 Boehmer, Kathrin .................... 1987-88 Bouza, Carly ................................ 2006 Brewster, Janet ............................ 1983 Brown, Jenna .......................... 2002-05 Brunswick, Jill .............................. 2006

Danielle Mashy (1992-95) CCC Carpenter, Kim ........................ 1977-80 Carter, Samantha ................... 2003-06 Castaneda, Patty ......................... 1989 Cecil, Morgan ......................... 1989-91 Cheung, Vivian ....................... 2004-06 Chow, Judy ............................. 1984-86 Clowes, Emily .............................. 1999 Comendant, Tosha ................. 1990-93 Collette, Lisa ........................... 2000-03 Colmery, Julie .............................. 2001 Conley, Regina ....................... 1977-78 Connelly, Erin .............................. 1977 Connolly, Becky ................ 1981-83, 85 Cook, Jackie ........................... 1989-90 Coulter, Brook ......................... 1996-99 Curci, Sienna ..................... 1989, 91-93 Currier, Alyssa ........................ 1999-00 Cutura, Hana ................ 2006-present DDD Dailey, Cat .............................. 2006-07 Daine, Drew ............................ 1978-80 Dane, Cara ............................. 1990-93 Davidson, Kerry ........................... 1981 Davis, Jillian ............................ 2003-06 Diers, Heather ........................ 2000-03 Dimino, Debbie ....................... 1983-85 Dinaberg, Jessica ................... 1994-97 Donohue, Teri ......................... 1983-85 Dresel, Anne ................................ 1983 Duffield, Mardi ........................ 1975-76 Dunne, Barbara ...................... 1978-80 Duthie, Shannon ..................... 1976-77

LLL Leffall, Camille ........................ 2001-04 Leiman, Sara ............................... 1974 Liniger, Alicia ................................ 1993 Lippincott, Vicki ............................ 1977 Lloyd, Carli ................... 2007-present Lopez, Cindy ................................ 1980 Lovely, Louella ............................. 1995 Loyd, Kelly .............................. 1995-97 Lucich, Sue ............................. 1974-76 Lutke, Cathy ................................ 1975

Gabrielle Abernathy (2000-01, 03-04) EEE Erlund, Maxine ........................ 1980-81 Emmrich, Heidi ....................... 1994-95 Evart, Kimberly ....................... 1975-77 FFF Fink, Shaney ........................... 1990-93 Flores, Lorena ............................. 1976 Fong, Larisa ................................. 1981 Fouts, Julie .................................. 2004 Fox, Amanda .......................... 2003-04 GGG Gai, Karen ................................... 1974 Gase, Donna ............................... 1975 Gee, Gwen .................................. 1978 Getchel, Emily ............................. 1999 Go, Catherine .............................. 2005 Goldin, Jan ............................. 1975-77 Goldsborough, Pam ..................... 1979 Gonsalves, Leona ........................ 1977 Gonzalez, Astrid ..................... 2001-03 Grifman, Stacey ................ 1974, 76-77 Grigsby, Jenna ........................ 2000-03 Guerra, Courtney ......................... 1999 Guevara, Lynn ........................ 1995-96 Guiterrez, Doreen ................... 1977-78 Gutierrez, Rene ...................... 1991-93 HHH Hanami, Annette .......................... 1975 Hanson, Cheryl ....................... 1974-75 Harris, Penny ............................... 1979 Hasson, Meredith ........................ 2004 Hendrikse, Marianne .............. 1986-87 Henkle, Heidi .......................... 1986-87 Ho, Diana ................................ 1974-75 Hoekstra, Hopi ............................. 1991 Hsu, Nora ............................... 1974-75 Hsu, Sharon ................................. 1982 Hutchinson, Holly .................... 1988-91

MMM Maher, Toody .................... 1978-80, 82 Malcolm, Janine ...................... 1993-94 Marjoua, Youssra ......................... 2000 Marston, Leigh ........................ 1992-93 Martinson, Marty ..................... 1980-83 Mashy, Danielle ...................... 1992-95 McCray, Annie ............................. 1985 McGarrey, Kelly ...................... 1980-83 McDonald, Lisa ...................... 1976, 78 McNamee, Candace ............... 1998-01 McPeak, Holly ......................... 1987-89 Meller, Sheila ............................... 1977 Meng, Wei .............................. 1985-86 Mennealy, Heather ................. 1986-87 Meyer, Kelly ............................ 1997-99 Miller, Tiffany ........................... 1988-89 Moll, Michelle .......................... 1991-93 Momono, Joanne .................... 1974-75 Monnet, Sylvie ........................ 1980-83 Moomaw, Kelly ....................... 1984-87 Morehouse, Joan ......................... 1974 Mortensen, Janet .................... 1983-84 Murphy, Caitlyn ............................ 2007 Musolff, Carrie ............................. 1997 Mussak, Molly .............................. 1980 NNN Nelson, Sarah .............................. 1994 Newman, Lisa ......................... 1979-82 Nguyen, Natasha .................... 2003-04 Nielson, Bryte ......................... 2005-06 Noonan, Caity ......................... 1999-02 OOO Orchard, Ellen ......................... 2004-07 Ortega, Simone ........................... 2000 PPP Pardiwala, Reena ............. 1998, 00-01 Parducci, Annie ............................ 1977 Parrish, Danette ...................... 1976-78 Parrish, Michaela .................... 1978-79 Parsons, Jodi ............................... 1981 Patrick, Lynn ........................... 1990-92 Peevey, Debbie ........................... 1974 Pelz, Melissa ............................... 1993

JJJ Jackson, Rachael ........................ 1974 Jacobs, Dana .......................... 1977-78 Jerkov, Mia ............................. 2001-03 Johnson, Barri ............................. 1985 Jones, Debra ............................... 1979 Jones, Sabra .......................... 1976-78 KKK Kamen, Lindsey ...................... 1994-95 Kathan, Kristen ............ 2006-present Kempker, Carolyn ................... 1986-89 Kiggins, Katy ........................... 1975-76 Kokaska, Laurel ...................... 1999-00 Kollias, Alexis .......................... 2002-05 Kramer, Kelly .......................... 1981-84 Kriste, Jennifer ........................ 1996-97 Krueger, Tracy ........................ 1987-88

Penhaligon, Karen ....................... 1978 Penido, Eliana ........................ 1991-92 Perry, Alicia ............................. 1997-00 Pokorny, Lisa .......................... 1977-78 Powers, Alicia ......................... 2002-05 Powers, Lindsey .......................... 1994 Pressey, Angie ........................ 2004-07 Purvis, Lori ................................... 1979 QQQ Quackenbush, Katie .................... 1981 Quinney, Michelle ........................ 1977 RRR Reading, Kim ............................... 1974 Reilly, Kat ..................... 2005-present Ristani, Nina ........................... 1985-86 Rivera, Leslie ............................... 1980 Robertson, Jill .............................. 1979 Rochelle, Tiffany ..................... 1986-89 Rodrigues, Susan ........................ 1974 Roitz, Karen ............................ 1982-85 Rumsey, Lisa ............................... 1990 SSS Schmitt, Meagan .......... 2007-present Schmutz, Gayle ...................... 1978-79 Schneider, Jill ......................... 1990-93 Selby, Amanda ............................. 1997 Shaw, Genia ................................ 1996 Sherwood, Becky ......................... 1988 Slater, Denise .............................. 1979 Smart, Natalie ......................... 2003-06 Smith, Becky ................................ 1975 Smith, Cheryl ............................... 1979 Smith, Heather ............................. 1987 Smith, Karen ................................ 1988 Solomon, Am’ra ........... 2005-present Somers, Sheila ............................ 1982 Stafford, Linda ............................. 1977 Stevens, Jameka .................... 1998-99 Sumi, Shohara ............................. 1979 Susson, Andrea ...................... 1994-95 Sutherland, Shelly ....................... 1982 Swart, Jenny ........................... 1992-95 Sweet, Shelley ........................ 1977-78 TTT Tajiri, Jeanne ............................... 1979 Thorpe, Tricia ............................... 1977 Triest, Carol ................................. 1974 Turner, Ashleigh ...................... 2000-03 VVV Van Wingerden, Esther .......... 1984, 86 Van Wingerden, Teri .................... 1975 WWW Wagner, Ashley ............................ 2003 Walery, Debbie ....................... 1994-97 Waltman, Sara ........................ 1996-98 Weaver, Brooke ...................... 1994-97 Whiting, Wendy ...................... 1986-87 Wickman, Michelle .................. 1994-97 Wilbur, Dione ............................... 1990 Wiley, Mindi .................. 2006-present Wilkinson, Teri ........................ 1975-76 Wooding, Connie ......................... 1978 Woolson, Ruth ............................. 1975 Wooten, Laurie ....................... 1988-89 YYY Yoshioka, Susan ..................... Yovino-Young, Diana .............. Young, Leah ........................... Yribarren, Amy ........................

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ZZZ Zatica, Jessica ........................ 2000-03 Zizka, Maria ................................. 2007 Bold denotes current players

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GOLDEN BEARS REACH 2007 NCAA FINAL FOUR At approximately 9:45 on the night of Saturday, Dec. 8, 2007, Cal All-American outside hitter Angie Pressey put down her 20th kill of the match to defeat Nebraska, sending the Golden Bears to their first NCAA national semifinal match in school history. The stunning 3-0 win over the defending NCAA champion Cornhuskers secured the Wisconsin regional crown for Cal and launched players, coaches and fans alike into a celebratory frenzy. AllAmerican outside hitter Hana Cutura earned Wisconsin regional MVP honors, and was joined on the regional all-tournament team by Pressey and setter Carli Lloyd. Just one night earlier, this Cal squad had already begun drafting the newest chapter in the Bear history books. A 3-0 victory against the Cyclones of Iowa State put the Bears past the NCAA regional semifinal for the first time ever. The Bears concluded the most successful campaign in the program’s history with their appearance in the national semifinal where they fell to eventual national champion Penn State in Sacramento, Calif. The 26-8 overall record and unforeseen success of these Bears earned the team a No. 4 ranking in the final AVCA poll, and saw head coach Rich Feller honored as the 2007 Asics/Volleyball Magazine National Head Coach of the Year.

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SIMPLY THE BEST

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here is no other way to aptly describe America’s top public university. There is no other way to describe one of the elite academic settings in the world – especially one that also includes one of America’s most successful athletic departments. The University of California blends the best of all worlds. Overlooking the scenic San Francisco Bay and ranked as the nation’s top public university by the U.S. News and World Report, the flagship campus of the state of California also features an athletic program that annually finishes among the leaders in the Directors’ Cup standings, which rates the overall success of America’s athletic departments. Cal attracts what many believe to be the finest applicant pool in the United States. The university features a diverse student-body population. The University of California offers 300 degree programs, and 35 of the school’s 36 graduate programs are ranked among America’s top 10. Cal’s 35 programs among the top 10 is No. 1 among all universities in the country, as is its 32 “distinguished” programs, as rated by the National Research Council. The library is ranked third in the country, as judged by Association of Research Libraries with 9 million volumes in 18 campus libraries. The faculty features seven Nobel Laureates, 128 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 16 MacArthur Fellows, 83 Fulbright Scholars, three Pulitzer Prize winners and more Guggenheim Fellows (139) than any other university in America.

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AMERICA’S NO. 1 PUBLIC UNIVERSITY BY THE NUMBERS

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Universities With Highest Number of Top 10 Graduate Programs 1. CALIFORNIA 2. Stanford 3. Harvard 4. Princeton 5. MIT

TOP PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES 1. CALIFORNIA 2. Virginia 3. Michigan UCLA 5. North Carolina Source: U.S. News and World Report

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Universities With The Highest Number of “Distinguished Programs” 1. CALIFORNIA ............. 32 2. Stanford ...................... 28 3. Harvard ....................... 25 4. Princeton .................... 24 5. MIT ............................. 20

6. Cambridge 7. Stanford 8. Yale 9. Princeton 10. ETHZurich

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Nobel Laureates 20 current and former faculty members

Ranking of World’s Top 10 Universities*

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Service The University of California is the only school in the country to have produced more than 3,000 volunteers since the inception of the Peace Corps in 1961.

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he San Francisco Bay Area is a major metropolitan area of approximately six million people and one of the most scenic regions in the United States. The Bay Area includes the major cities of San Francisco and Oakland, as well as Berkeley, home of the worldrenowned University of California. Just south is the city of San Jose and the Silicon Valley, home to many of the world’s high-tech companies. The Bay Area also lies within easy driving distance of the high Sierra resorts of Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, the Monterey/Carmel peninsula, the world famous Napa wine country, and the spectacular Mendocino Coast. Everyone knows “The City” - San Francisco - from countless photographs, movies and television shows that capture its magic. It is a city built on a series of more than 40 hills, offering panoramic views of every kind. The hub of a nine-county complex and the financial and insurance capital of the world, San Francisco has a resident population of about 740,000. San Francisco is situated on a 46.6 square-mile peninsula bounded on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the north by the Golden Gate strait, and from north to east by the San Francisco Bay. The City has been named the world’s top city TOP CITIES IN twice and the top city in the U.S. in THE WORLD 17 of the last 18 years by Condé 1. Sydney, Australia Nast Traveler. 2. San Francisco, CA The San Francisco Bay is spanned 3. Florence, Italy by two landmarks, the Golden Gate 4. Cape Town, S. Africa and San Francisco-Oakland Bay 5. Rome, Italy bridges, and graced by four islands: 6. Bangkok, Thailand Alcatraz, Angel, Yerba Buena 7. New York City, NY and Treasure. The area is easily 8. Buenos Aires, Argentina navigated by car, BART (Bay Area 9. Damascus, Syria Rapid Transit), bus or ferry, making Charleston, SC it easily accessible to all. Source: Condé Nast Traveler, 2007 Readers’ Choice Awards

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WE’RE NO. 1! • Money magazine (2007) chose San Francisco as “the best place to live” among the 300 biggest U.S. metropolitan areas. • A special report posted on Forbes.com (May 2008) ranked San Francisco as America’s “best city for the outdoors.” • San Francisco bested Seattle as the fittest of America’s most populous cities according to a report by the American College of Sports Medicine (May 2008). • Readers of Travel & Leisure magazine (2006) selected San Francisco as their favorite city in the world thanks to its “red-hot restaurant scene and booming economy.’’ • San Francisco is rated the No. 1 city in the U.S. by Condé Nast Traveler (October 2007)

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ocated across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, Oakland is a city of 400,000, jam-packed with exciting attractions, stimulating arts, and an ideal climate. Oakland’s charm exceeds its man-made wonders, as its tumbling hills, vast forests, hiking and riding trails, beautiful lakes and numerous parks provide a natural escape for those who prefer nature over an urban environment. Berkeley, just a 12-mile drive from San Francisco, is situated on 18.8 square miles with a population of 103,000 people. A study in contrasts, Berkeley is a small town with a big-city character. With its world-renowned university, global population and rich diversity of cultural arts, Berkeley reflects and affects the rest of the country. Sports fans can see it all in the Bay Area - professional football (San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders), professional basketball (Golden State Warriors), professional baseball (San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics), professional hockey (San Jose Sharks), and outstanding collegiate competition. Sources: S.F. Convention and Visitors Bureaus, Oakland Convention & Visitors Authority, Berkeley Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the California Trade and Commerce Agency.

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ne of the real success stories for the University of California is the development and growth of a comprehensive academic support program for its student-athletes - the Athletic Study Center. In 1984, campus officials and Athletic Department administrators decided that a greater emphasis needed to be placed on helping Cal student-athletes with their academic pursuits. The Athletic Study Center was thus born and charged with developing an academic support program geared to the needs of NCAA Division I student-athletes. It was a significant development for an academically oriented institution such as Cal to recognize the special needs required for a modern student-athlete’s success both as an athletic competitor on the field of play and in the classroom.

PROGRAM FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES The Athletic Study Center, which is housed within the Division of Undergraduate Education, is the tutorial and academic support program for the nearly 1,000 student-athletes at Cal. Centrally located in the Cesar Chavez Student Center, the program provides a spacious and comfortable arboretum for quiet

ATHLETIC STUDY CENTER STAFF (From left): Michael Thompson, Chris Lane, Derek Van Rhennen, Tony Mirabelli, Stephen Johnson, Richard Deshong, Melanie Moonsamy, Quame Patton, and Cassidy Raher.

study, separate classrooms for individual and group tutorials, and a computer lab for word processing and required course work. Geared around the understanding of the amount of time student-athletes must devote to practice, training, physical therapy

and team travel, the program creates an environment where students can cultivate good study habits, receive individual or group tutoring and obtain counseling from academic advisors.

TUTORIAL PROGRAM

ADVISING PROGRAM

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

The Tutorial Program promotes and enhances students’ academic skills and progress by providing individual tutoring, group workshops, study groups, credit courses and intensive special programs. The Athletic Study Center has between 50-60 tutors on staff per semester to guarantee that students receive the best possible support. Tutorial sessions are also offered at night enabling student-athletes to receive help after practices when they have more time to devote to studying.

The Advising Program offers a broad range of services to meet the unique needs of student-athletes, including assistance in understanding and complying with University, college and NCAA requirements, developing time management skills and resolving personal issues unique to student-athletes. During the freshman year, advisors typically try to help student-athletes make a successful academic transition from high school, while during the sophomore year, they assist student-athletes in making decisions on appropriate majors and fields of study. For the final two years, advisors take more of an exiting approach, ensuring that proper academic progress is being made towards graduation while referring juniors and seniors to areas on campus that can help with career planning.

In addition, the Athletic Study Center offers a Summer Bridge adjunct program designed to help ease the transition from high school to college. The primary components for the program include writing and math workshops, an advising workshop, study skills seminars and an evening tutorial program. Another special program offered is Peer Advising. Peer advisors provide academic and campus life guidance for new intercollegiate student-athletes. They are selected from junior and senior student-athletes who assist in developing programs to further address the needs of student-athletes.

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Shareef Abdur-Rahim - NBA All-Star, 2000 U.S. Olympian Lisa Arce - Former pro beach volleyball star Steve Bartkowski - No. 1 overall NFL draft pick in 1975 Stephen Bechtel - Founder of world’s largest constructional engineering firm Zulfikar Ali Bhutto - President, Islamic Republic of Pakistan Matt Biondi - Three-time Olympic swimmer, winner of eight gold medals Rose Bird - Chief Justice, California Supreme Court W. Michael Blumenthal - U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Jerry Brown - State Attorney General, former governor of California, former mayor of Oakland Thomas Cech - Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Peter Chernin - Chairman, 20th Century Fox Leroy Chiao - First Chinese-American astronaut Choon Kun Cho - President, Korean Airlines Rachelle Chong - Member, Federal Communications Commission Beverly Cleary - Author, “Ramona the Pest” Natalie Coughlin – Winner of five Olympic medals in swimming (2004) Joan Didion - Author, “Play It as It Lays” Brig. Gen. James H. Doolittle - World War II hero, Medal of Honor recipient Adam Duritz - Lead singer, Counting Crows Maria Echaveste - Deputy Chief of Staff, Clinton Administration Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett – Member of three U.S. Olympic soccer teams Don Fisher - Founder and Chairman of the Board, The Gap John Kenneth Galbraith - Economist Tony Gonzalez - NFL All-Pro tight end Walter A. Gordon - Governor of Virgin Islands, U.S. District Court Judge Michele Granger - Olympic gold medalist, softball pitcher Jennifer Granholm - Governor of Michigan Andrew Grove - President and CEO, Intel Corporation Walter Haas Jr. - President, Levi Strauss & Co.; owner of Oakland Athletics Philip Habib - U.S. Special Envoy to Middle East William R. Hearst Jr. - Newspaper publisher Marguerite Higgins - Journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner Susanna Hoffs - Lead singer of “The Bangles” Lance Ito - Superior Court Judge, presided over O.J. Simpson trial Ida Jackson - United Nations observer, founder local chapter of National Council of Negro Women

Jackie Jensen – 1958 American League MVP Kevin Johnson - NBA All-Star Edgar F. Kaiser - Founder, Kaiser Permanente Jeff Kent - 2000 National League MVP Clark Kerr - Chancellor, UC Berkeley Jason Kidd - NBA All-Star, U.S. Olympian Maxine Hong Kingston - Author, 1997 National Humanities Medal Yuan T. Lee - Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Willard Libby - Scientist, discovered Carbon 14, Nobel Prize winner Tung Yen Lin - World-renown civic engineer Jack London - Author, “The Call of the Wild” Wiley Manuel - First African-American California State Supreme Court Justice Jerry Mathers - Actor, “Leave it to Beaver” Brian Maxwell - Founder, PowerBar John A. McCone - Director of CIA, Atomic Energy Commission Terry McMillan - Author, “Waiting To Exhale,” “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” Robert McNamara - U.S. Secretary of Defense Mary T. Meagher - U.S. Olympic swimmer, winner of three gold medals Norman Mineta - U.S. Secretary of Transportation Gordon Moore - Co-founder, Intel Corp. Julia Morgan - Architect Hardy Nickerson - NFL All-Pro linebacker Sadako Ogata - U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Gregory Peck - Actor, Academy Award winner, “To Kill a Mockingbird” Kenneth Pitzer - Chemist, president of Stanford University Robert Raven - President, American Bar Association Helen Wills Moody Roark - Winner of eight Wimbledon championships Glenn Seaborg - Nuclear physicist, Nobel Prize winner, co-founder of Element 106 Margaret Rhea Seddon - Astronaut Michael Silver - Yahoo Sports columnist William G. Simon - Director, FBI Samuel Smith - President, Washington State University Robert Gordon Sproul - President, University of California Leigh Steinberg - Lawyer, sports agent Michelle Tafoya - TV Sports Personality, Monday Night Football sideline reporter George Takei - Actor, Mr. Sulu on “Star Trek” Roger Traynor - Chief Justice, California Supreme Court Eugene Trefethen Jr. - President, Kaiser Industries Rex Walheim - Space Shuttle astronaut Earl Warren - Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court Alice Waters - Chef, restaurateur, “Chez Panisse” Jann Wenner - Founder, “Rolling Stone” magazine Lionel Wilson - First African-American mayor of Oakland Pete Wilson - Governor of California Dean Witter - Founder, Dean Witter Financial Services Steve Wozniak - Co-founder, Apple Computer Systems James D. Zellerbach - U.S. Ambassador to Italy

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HAAS PAVILION

STATE OF THE ART 11,877-SEAT VOLLEYBALL AND BASKETBALL ARENA * Double old Harmon Gym’s seating capacity * New weight room, athletic training and sports medicine areas

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he Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion has made a powerful statement about the stature of athletics at Cal. Along with its most important function - a state-of-theart volleyball and basketball arena with capacity doubled to 11,877 - it adds space for many men’s and women’s intercollegiate programs, recreational and community activities, and athletic administration. An innovative plan had been developed to build a shell around the original Harmon Gym structure. The exterior complements the former Harmon Gym’s distinctive architecture. The roof of the Haas Pavilion was raised to make room for a bowl-shaped arena, a novel design that increases capacity on all four sides, yet creates good views of the court from every seat. The Pavilion’s in-the-round seating gives every visitor a direct sight line to the action on the court. The 11,877-seat arena includes up to 1,500 chairback seats at premium locations and 3,000 seats for students. The court will continue to be named in honor of Pete Newell, legendary coach of Cal’s 1959 NCAA championship team. The Pavilion will be the focal point for Cal’s many athletic, recreational and cultural activities. Inside the Pavilion’s east entrance, a large lobby will lead visitors to a new team store. Added concession areas and concourses will accommodate larger crowds. 40

* Modernized men’s and women’s locker rooms * Larger concourses with spectacular views * Better access and seating for the disabled * Expanded office and conference areas

On the concourse level, a Spectator Club provides a spacious yet intimate meeting spot for special friends of Cal. A new plaza at the Pavilion’s east entrance will reach from Bancroft Way to Strawberry Creek, creating a new campus gateway and an ideal location for outdoor gatherings. Construction began on the project in June 1997. Harmon Gym, which opened in 1933 and had a capacity of 6,578 seats, was home to Cal volleyball and basketball for 65 seasons. Cal volleyball had the distinction of being the first-ever athletic event in the new Haas Pavilion when the Bears hosted Arizona State Oct. 15, 1999 (attendance: 3,125). The volleyball match was prior to the men’s and women’s basketball team’s Midnight Madness, which celebrated the opening of

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* Spectator Club with views overlooking the Bay Area * Improved lobby and concession areas, including a team store

the basketball season. Cal volleyball also had the honor of hosting the first-ever NCAA championship event at Haas Pavilion, as the Bears hosted the 2003 NCAA first and second rounds, defeating both Saint Mary’s and Michigan, 3-0, to advance to the round of 16 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Cal again hosted the NCAA first and second rounds in 2004, defeating Pacific, 3-2, before falling to Saint Mary’s, 3-2.


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n integral part of Cal volleyball is the strength and conditioning program under the direction of Hank Behrens, who utilizes a comprehensive approach to coaching the team. The program’s philosophy is geared towards helping each student-athlete achieve the highest level of athletic development, by teaching how the components, strength, speed, and flexibility fit together. The enhancement of these components results in maximizing their force production thus improving their power on the court. Motivating, educating and helping to reach maximum athletic development is the primary focus of the Cal program. The training regimen at Cal is a year-round process that emphasizes speed, strength and flexibility. With closely monitored workouts that involve a great deal of individual instruction and attention, student-athletes are taught the correct techniques and progressed to increase their ability perform at their peak during competition. Out of all the components flexibility is a key. It is essential for proper lifting, improving running mechanics needed for acceleration and deceleration, and developing greater explosiveness, all which are essential for playing volleyball. Athlete workouts are closely monitored by a conditioning staff that works in collaboration with the entire sports medicine team (doctors, athletic trainers, physical

Former standout Samantha Carter trains under the supervision of Hank Behrens in the Mary and Frank J. Schlessinger Weight Training Complex in Haas Pavilion. therapists, nutritionists, etc.) to ensure the health and safety of all of student-athletes. In this way, Cal’s strength and conditioning program is a vital component linking the “full circle” of a student-athlete’s physical development from conditioning through rehabilitation and re-conditioning. The Mary and Frank J. Schlessinger

Weight Training Complex in Haas Pavilion features six Olympic platforms, more than 4,000 pounds of Olympic bars and bumper plates, and an array of aerobic and anaerobic equipment. The picturesque facility overlooks Evans Diamond baseball field and Edwards Track Stadium and is adjacent to the Paul F. White Sports Medicine Center.

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olden Bear student-athletes are privileged to be supported by one of the top medical staffs in college athletics, along with some of the most modern training and rehabilitation equipment in the country. The comprehensive program features state-of-the-art facilities as well as a staff of acclaimed practitioners of all areas of sports medicine. In addition to facilities within Haas Pavilion, Cal athletes also use University Health Services, which oversees and supervises sports medicine services to all injured or ailing Golden Bear athletes. The University Health Services is recognized as one of the most comprehensive ambulatory health centers in the country. It is housed in the Tang Center, which provides access to physician clinics, laboratory services, X-ray and other ancillary services such as sports nutrition and counseling. In the Haas Pavilion, Cal volleyball enjoys a new training facility, the Paul F. White Sports Medicine Center.

Athletic trainer Linda Smith tapes a student-athlete in the Paul F. White Sports Medicine Center. The athletic medicine area is supervised by Bill Coysh, Ph.D., who is involved in the day-to-day management of the program as well as being actively engaged in sports psychology.

The staff features specialists from the fields of orthopedic surgery, family medicine, internal medicine, physiatry and podiatry. The medical staff, with their diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise, has vast experience treating injured athletes on every level of competition, including Olympic and professional athletes. Cal’s athletic training staff boasts 13 certified athletic trainers and 30 student athletic trainers. The staff tends to the day-to-day health care needs of Cal athletes in 27 different sports, including the evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses. The trainers also provide coverage at home and away athletic contests, and practices are staffed on a full-time basis. Cal’s comprehensive health care program is designed to meet the every need of today’s student-athlete competing for the school.

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2007 STATISTICS & RESULTS RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL MATCHES .......................................(26-8) ...........................(12-3) ...................(7-4) .................... (7-1) PAC-10 CONFERENCE .........................(12-6) .............................(6-3) ...................(6-3) .................... (0-0) NON-CONFERENCE..............................(14-2) .............................(6-0) ...................(1-1) .................... (7-1) NO. 26 6 11 3 10 1 21 8 7 14 4 5 2 44

STATS SUMMARY Cutura, Hana Pressey, Angie Orchard, Ellen Beck, Morgan Reilly, Kat Lloyd, Carli Wiley, Mindi Solomon, Am’ra Dailey, Cat Murphy, Caitlyn Nielson, Bryte Zizka, Maria Kathan, Kristen Schmitt, Meagan TEAM CALIFORNIA Opponents

G 115 110 120 111 85 121 56 31 70 77 5 1 112 7

K 485 463 305 265 147 93 85 80 31 1 1 0 0 0

K/G 4.22 4.21 2.54 2.39 1.73 0.77 1.52 2.58 0.44 0.01 0.20 0.00 0.00 0.00

E 208 160 91 115 44 38 30 32 26 0 0 0 0 0

TA 1159 1062 640 638 317 261 179 196 90 5 2 0 7 0

Pct A A/G .239 11 0.10 .285 30 0.27 .334 26 0.22 .235 38 0.34 .325 17 0.20 .211 1550 12.81 .307 11 0.20 .245 0 0.00 .056 9 0.13 .200 17 0.22 .500 41 8.20 .000 3 3.00 .000 31 0.28 .000 2 0.29

SE 58 36 30 70 0 67 0 0 30 40 1 0 18 1

SA/G 0.32 0.23 0.28 0.18 0.00 0.24 0.00 0.00 0.30 0.23 0.20 0.00 0.26 0.29

123 1956 123 1595

15.90 12.97

744 902

4556 4603

.266 1786 14.52 215 351 .151 1472 11.97 145 281

1.75 1.18

TEAM STATISTICS ................. CAL ......... OPP ATTACK Kill ......................................1956 .........1595 Errors ...................................744 ...........902 Total Attacks .......................4556 .........4603 Attack Pct .............................266 ...........151 Kills/Game ..........................15.9 ..........13.0 SET Assists ...............................1786 .........1472 Attempts .............................3958 .........3955 Assist Pct .............................451 ...........372 Assists/Game ......................14.5 ..........12.0 SERVE Aces .....................................215 ...........145 Errors ...................................351 ...........281 Attempts .............................3395 .........2969 Serve Pct .............................897 ...........905 Aces/Game ...........................1.7 ............1.2 SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors ...................................145 ...........215 Errors/Game .........................1.2 ............1.7 Attempts .............................2659 .........3014 Reception Pct ......................945 ...........929 DEFENSE Digs ....................................1711 .........1549 Digs/Game ..........................13.9 ..........12.6 BLOCKING Block Solo ..............................89 .............47 Block Assist ..........................730 ...........446 Total Blocks .......................454.0 ........270.0 Blocks Per Game ..................3.7 ............2.2 Block Errors ...........................75 .............45 BALL HANDLING ERRORS.......65 .............37 ATTENDANCE Total .................................13696 .......16060 Dates/Avg Per Date ........15/913 ....11/1460 Neutral site #/Avg............8/2312 ............... Current win streak ....................0 ............... Home win streak ......................6 ............... -

SA 37 25 33 20 0 29 0 0 21 18 1 0 29 2

RE DIG D/G BS BA Total 33 214 1.86 12 65 77 24 310 2.82 21 77 98 1 80 0.67 14 178 192 35 184 1.66 12 102 114 1 18 0.21 9 107 116 0 234 1.93 7 104 111 1 9 0.16 6 68 74 1 14 0.45 6 14 20 4 66 0.94 2 15 17 17 153 1.99 0 0 0 0 9 1.80 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 18 414 3.70 0 0 0 0 5 0.71 0 0 0 10 145 1711 13.91 89 730 454.0 215 1549 12.59 47 446 270.0

B/G 0.67 0.89 1.60 1.03 1.36 0.92 1.32 0.65 0.24 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

BE BHE 1 6 15 9 11 5 4 6 6 3 22 29 7 5 6 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points 566.5 547.5 441.0 348.0 209.5 181.0 125.0 93.0 61.5 19.0 2.0 0.0 29.0 2.0

3.69 2.20

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# Aug 24 # Aug 25 # Aug 25 $ Aug 31 $ Sep 1 $ Sep 2 % Sep 7 % Sep 8 % Sep 8 Sep 14 & Sep 15 * Sep 21 * Sep 27 * Sep 28 * Oct 4 * Oct 5 * Oct 11 * Oct 12 * Oct 18 * Oct 19 * Oct 26 * Oct 27 * Nov 1 * Nov 2 * Nov 8 * Nov 9 * Nov 16 * Nov 17 * Nov 23 ^ Nov 30 ^ Dec 1 + Dec 7 + Dec 8 ! Dec 13

IDAHO NORTHEASTERN FLORIDA INTERNAT'L vs. UCF vs. UNC-Wilmington at Colorado UTAH STATE EASTERN KENTUCKY MINNESOTA at Santa Clara vs. Notre Dame STANFORD UCLA USC at Oregon at Oregon State WASHINGTON WASHINGTON STATE at Arizona State at Arizona at USC at UCLA OREGON STATE OREGON at Washington State at Washington ARIZONA ARIZONA STATE at Stanford vs. Liberty vs. Duke vs. Iowa State vs. Nebraska vs. Penn State

W/L Score W W W W W L W W W W W L L L W W W W W W L W W W W L W W L W W W W L

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

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Overall Pac-10 Elapsed Attend Record Record Time 30-20, 30-23, 30-15 1-0 0-0 2:25 1072 30-22, 30-19, 30-15 2-0 0-0 1:17 202 30-23, 30-16, 30-21 3-0 0-0 1:26 710 30-17, 30-20, 30-18 4-0 0-0 1:45 118 30-16, 30-14, 30-13 5-0 0-0 1:00 67 28-30, 25-30, 28-30 5-1 0-0 1:40 445 30-14, 30-19, 30-28 6-1 0-0 1:31 419 30-16, 30-16, 30-19 7-1 0-0 1:07 200 30-16, 30-21, 30-19 8-1 0-0 1:26 651 30-20, 30-19, 30-25 9-1 0-0 1:37 634 23-30, 24-30, 30-28, 30-24, 15-11 10-1 0-0 2:25 -30-27, 26-30, 30-32, 25-30 10-2 0-1 2:14 3211 30-28, 30-24, 28-30, 29-31, 9-15 10-3 0-2 2:29 823 30-17, 25-30, 19-30, 27-30 10-4 0-3 2:06 1880 30-27, 31-29, 22-30, 30-24 11-4 1-3 2:15 1103 30-17, 30-24, 30-13 12-4 2-3 1:37 1009 30-28, 25-30, 15-30, 30-24, 15-11 13-4 3-3 2:18 726 30-18, 30-22, 31-29 14-4 4-3 1:30 755 27-30, 30-26, 30-20, 30-26 15-4 5-3 2:03 609 20-30, 23-30, 30-28, 30-22, 15-12 16-4 6-3 2:23 1480 21-30, 39-37, 26-30, 35-33, 10-15 16-5 6-4 2:43 632 27-30, 30-20, 27-30, 30-27, 17-15 17-5 7-4 2:30 1294 30-15, 30-19, 30-23 18-5 8-4 1:26 355 30-23, 30-28, 30-23 19-5 9-4 1:30 950 30-16, 30-18, 30-28 20-5 10-4 1:21 439 30-16, 21-30, 26-30, 22-30 20-6 10-5 2:00 3768 30-25, 38-36, 30-22 21-6 11-5 1:42 857 30-27, 34-32, 30-22 22-6 12-5 1:39 885 32-30, 19-30, 30-23, 22-30, 14-16 22-7 12-6 2:35 4647 30-20, 26-30, 30-15, 30-21 23-7 12-6 1:50 1500 29-31, 30-28, 30-23, 30-17 24-7 12-6 1:57 559 30-27, 30-27, 30-24 25-7 12-6 --30-28, 31-29, 30-26 26-7 12-6 1:45 3205 28-30, 25-30, 16-30 26-8 12-6 1:25 13048

Home matches (CAPS) at Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, Calif. * Pacific-10 Conference Match # Cal Molten Classic – Berkeley, Calif. $ Colorado Invitational – Boulder, Colo. % Golden Bear Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. & at Santa Clara, Calif. ^ NCAA First and Second Rounds – Durham, N.C. + NCAA Regional – Madison, Wisc. ! NCAA Championship Semifinal – Sacramento, Calif.

TEAM RECORD ........ W-L Overall: ......................26-8 Conference: ...............12-6 Home: ........................12-3 Away: ...........................7-4 Neutral: ........................7-1 3 games: ....................18-2 4 games: ......................4-3 5 games: ......................4-3 ATTENDANCE ....... Dates .........Total ........ Average Total: .............................34 ...... 48,253 ............. 1,419 Home: ...........................15 ...... 13,696 ................ 913 Away: ............................ 11 ...... 16,060 ............. 1,460 Neutral: ...........................8 ...... 18,497 ............. 2,312

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2007 PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE STANDINGS 2007 PACIFIC-10 FINAL STANDINGS –––––– CONFERENCE –––––– W L PCT HOME AWAY Stanford#*& 16 2 .889 8-1 8-1 Washington* 15 3 .833 8-1 7-2 USC*% 14 4 .778 9-0 5-4 California*% 12 6 .667 6-3 6-3 UCLA* 9 9 .500 5-4 4-5 Oregon* 9 9 .500 5-4 4-5 Arizona State 7 11 .389 3-6 4-5 Arizona 4 14 .222 3-6 1-8 Oregon State 3 15 .167 2-7 1-8 Washington State 1 17 .056 1-8 0-9 # - Pac-10 Champion * - NCAA Tournament, % - NCAA semifinalist, & - NCAA finalist

––––––––– OVERALL –––––––– W L PCT HOME AWAY 32 3 .914 15-1 12-1 27 4 .871 12-2 10-2 29 5 .853 19-0 7-4 26 8 .765 12-3 8-4 23 11 .676 5-4 9-6 22 11 .667 11-4 8-5 15 16 .484 9-7 5-6 14 17 .452 8-8 2-9 10 20 .333 2-7 5-9 10 22 .313 5-8 3-10

2007 ALL-PAC-10 TEAM PLAYER, TEAM POS. HT. YR. HOMETOWN Foluke Akinradewo, STAN***....MB ..... 6-3 ....... Jr. ..................... Plantation, Fla. Cynthia Barboza, STAN** .........OH ..... 6-0 ....... Jr. ................ Long Beach, Calif. Taylor Carico, USC .................... S....... 5-10 .... So........ Manhattan Beach, Calif. Hana Cutura, CAL ...................OH ..... 6-3 ...... So. .................. Zagreb, Croatia Asia Kaczor, USC** ..................OH ..... 6-4 .......Sr. ...................Wroclaw, Poland Bryn Kehoe, STAN**.................. S....... 5-11 .....Sr. ..................North Bend, Ohio Alix Klineman, STAN ................OH ..... 6-4 .......Fr. ....... Manhattan Beach, Calif. Gorana Maricic, ORE ...............OH ..... 6-3 ....... Jr. ................... Subotica, Serbia Tamari Miyashiro, WASH ........... L ....... 5-7 ...... So................... Honolulu, Hawaii Christal Morrison, WASH**** ....OH ..... 6-2 .......Sr. ................... Puyallup, Wash. Stevie Mussie, WASH ..............OH ..... 5-9 .......Sr. ................... Puyallup, Wash. Angie Pressey, CAL**** ..........OH ..... 5-8 .......Sr. .....................Heathrow, Fla. Nellie Spicer, UCLA*** ............... S....... 5-10 ..... Jr. ....................... Barrington, Ill. Jessica Swarbrick, WASH** .....MB ..... 6-1 ....... Jr. ................... El Dorado, Calif. ** two-time selection, *** three-time selection, **** four-time selection Honorable Mention: Morgan Beck, CAL. Ali Daley, UCLA. Alesha Deesing, WASH. Sydney Donahue, ASU. Margie Giordano, ASU. Jenna Hagglund, WASH. Rachell Johnson, UCLA. Dominque Lamb, ARIZ. Heather Meyers, ORE. Sonja Newcombe, ORE. Ellen Orchard, CAL. Becky Perry, WASH. Sarah Reaves, ASU. Rachel Rourke, OSU. Kaitlin Sather, UCLA. Katie Swoboda, ORE.

2007 PAC-10 ALL-ACADEMIC FIRST TEAM Brittany Johnson, WSU .......... Jr. .... 3.77 .....Management Information Systems Jade Machado, UCLA............. Jr. .... 3.93 ..................... Communication Studies Marina Mercer, ASU .............. So. ... 3.94 .......................Business Management Kristin Murray, OSU ................Sr. .... 3.73 ..................... Business Administration Kaitlin Sather, UCLA ............... Jr. .... 3.59 ................................................ History Meghan Schoen, UCLA ..........Sr. .... 3.84 ...Communication Studies w/Spanish Minor Tara West, WSU .....................Sr. .... 4.00 ............................ Biological Sciences

SECOND TEAM Ashley Aratani, WASH ............Sr. .... 3.50 ................................................Biology Taylor Carico, USC ................ So. ... 3.55 ......................................... Undeclared Nevena Djordjevic, ORE........ So. ... 3.50 ......................................... Undeclared Alli Hillgren, USC ................... So. ... 3.52 ..................... Business Administration Bree Knitter, OSU .................. So. ... 3.59 ..........................Pre-Communications Megan McAfee, WASH .......... So. ... 3.58 ......................................... Undeclared Angela Pressey, CAL............Sr. .... 3.46 ............................................... History

3-G 21-0 21-0 15-2 18-2 11-4 18-3 9-10 9-11 3-13 6-18

4-G 7-1 3-0 6-2 4-3 10-5 3-7 4-4 5-2 2-3 3-3

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

STREAK Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 4 Won 1 Lost 7 Won 1

Honorable Mention All-Academic: Camilla Ah-Hoy, So., OSU; Jackie Albright, So., WSU; Cynthia Barboza, Jr., STAN; Katelyn Bishop, Sr., USC; Elise Carstensen, Jr., UCLA; Diane Copenhagen, Sr., USC; Alesha Deesing, Sr., WASH; Ashley Evans, Jr., OSU; Adetokunbo Faleti, Sr., WSU; Danielle Fernandes, Sr., ASU; Jessica Fine, Jr., UCLA; Jessica Fishburn, Jr., STAN; Jennifer Fitz, Jr., OSU; Kristen Forristall, Jr., ORE; Franci Girard, Sr., STAN; Randy Goodenough, Jr., ARIZ; Natalie Hooper, Jr., OSU; Katie Jackels, Sr., ARIZ; Bethany Johansen, Sr., USC; Rachell Johnson, Sr., UCLA; Kristen Kathan, So., CAL; Bryn Kehoe, Sr., STAN; Dominique Lamb, Sr., ARIZ; Christal Morrison, Sr., WASH; Sonja Newcombe, So., ORE; Maureen Perez, Sr., WSU; Becky Perry, RFr., WASH; Lexie Rathgeber, So., OSU; Kat Reilly, RSo., CAL; Cassie Robbins, So., WSU; Jessica Swarbrick, Jr., WASH; Kristin Trayser, RJr., ASU; Karen Waddington, Sr., ORE; Erin Waller, Jr., STAN; Stephanie Weishaar, Jr., WSU; Chelsea Wilson, So., USC.

PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE YEAR Foluke Akinradewo, Stanford

PAC-10 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Alix Klineman, Stanford

PAC-10 COACH OF THE YEAR John Dunning, Stanford

2007 PAC-10 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM PLAYER, TEAM POS. HT. HOMETOWN Jenna Hagglund, WASH ..............S ...... 5-10 ...................... West Chester, Ohio Alix Klineman, STAN ................. OH..... 6-4 ................. Manhattan Beach, Calif. Carli Lloyd, CAL.........................S ...... 5-11 ...............................Bosnall, Calif. Heather Meyers, ORE ............... OH..... 5-11 .............................Temecula, Calif. Tiffany Owens, ARIZ .................. OH..... 5-11 ................... San Bernardino, Calif. Becky Perry, WASH ................... OH..... 6-2 .................................. Austin, Texas Sarah Reaves, ASU................... OH..... 5-11 ............................... Glendale, Ariz. Honorable Mention: Gabi Ailes, STAN. Zoe Garrett, USC. Dicey McGraw, UCLA. Katie Mills, UCLA. Jill Sawatzky, OSU. Geena Urango, USC.

NEUT 5-1 5-0 3-1 6-1 9-1 3-2 1-3 4-0 3-4 2-4

FINAL 2007 CSTV/AVCA DIVISION I COACHES TOP 25 POLL Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

School (First-Place Votes)........... Total Points ............. 2007 Record Penn State (60) ...........................................1500 ............................34-2 Stanford ......................................................1440 ............................32-3 Southern California .....................................1367 ............................29-5 CALIFORNIA ..............................................1299 ............................26-8 Nebraska.....................................................1248 ............................30-2 Texas...........................................................1225 ............................27-4 UCLA........................................................... 1114 ..........................23-11 Florida .........................................................1064 ............................29-3 Oregon ..........................................................944 ..........................22-11 Washington ...................................................912 ............................27-4 Cal Poly.........................................................826 ............................23-8 BYU...............................................................783 ............................24-8 St. John’s ......................................................772 ............................33-4 Wisconsin......................................................720 ............................26-5 Middle Tennessee .........................................628 ............................35-3 Kansas State.................................................591 ............................23-9 Iowa State .....................................................544 ..........................19-14 Hawai’i ..........................................................499 ............................27-6 Michigan........................................................454 ..........................24-11 Michigan State ..............................................346 ..........................21-14 New Mexico State .........................................230 ............................26-6 Clemson ........................................................222 ............................29-4 Long Beach State .........................................195 ............................26-7 Dayton...........................................................174 ............................33-2 San Diego .....................................................137 ............................21-8

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GOLDEN BEAR HISTORY ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent................ Series Record Akron .......................................... 1-0 Alabama ..................................... 1-0 Albany......................................... 1-0 Alberta ........................................ 2-0 American University ................... 1-0 Arizona ................................. 14-32 Arizona State ........................ 21-27 Arkansas State ........................... 1-0 Auburn ........................................ 1-0 Ball State .................................... 1-0 Baylor ........................................ 3-0 Boise State ................................. 2-0 Brigham Young ......................... 2-10 Cal Poly Pomona ........................ 3-0 Cal Poly ..................................... 7-6 Cal State Bakersfield .................. 1-0 Cal State Fullerton .................... 4-1 Cal State Hayward...................... 3-0 Cal State Northridge ................... 2-2 Central Connecticut St. ..First Meeting Central Florida ............................ 1-0 Central Michigan......................... 1-0 Chaminade ................................. 1-0 Chico State ................................. 1-1 Colgate ....................................... 1-0 Colorado ..................................... 0-2 Colorado State ........................... 3-3 Connecticut................................. 0-1 Denver ........................................ 1-0 DePaul ...................... First Meeting Drexel ......................................... 1-0 Duke ........................................... 1-1 Eastern Kentucky ....................... 1-0 Eastern Washington ................... 2-0 Florida......................................... 1-3 Florida A&M ................................ 1-0 Florida Atlantic ............................ 1-0 Florida International ................... 2-0 Florida State ............................... 1-2 Fresno State ............................. 12-8 George Mason ............................ 1-0 George Washington .................... 0-1 Georgia ....................................... 1-0 Georgia Tech .............................. 0-1 Gonzaga ..................................... 1-0 Hawaii ......................................... 0-8 Hofstra ........................................ 1-0 Houston ...................................... 5-0 Humboldt State ........................... 0-1 Idaho........................................... 1-0 Idaho State ................................. 2-1 Illinois.......................................... 0-2 Illinois State ................................ 2-2 Iowa ............................................ 0-2 Iowa State................................... 1-0 James Madison ........ First Meeting Kansas State .............................. 1-0 Kent State ................................... 1-0 Lamar ......................................... 1-0

GOLDEN BEAR COACHES THROUGH THE YEARS Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Coach Record Chris Stanley 6-8 Chris Stanley 7-8 Chris Stanley 18-8 Chris Stanley 17-18 Chris Stanley 18-8 Chris Stanley 19-16 Chris Stanley 20-21 Chris Stanley 28-12 Chris Stanley 22-20 Marlene Piper 13-23 Marlene Piper 12-31* Marlene Piper 18-21 Marlene Piper 18-15 Dave DeGroot 19-15 Dave DeGroot 19-13 Dave DeGroot 8-21 Dave DeGroot 15-15 Dave DeGroot 11-16 Dave DeGroot 13-16 Dave DeGroot 5-23 Sue Woodstra 13-15 Sue Woodstra 8-20 Sue Woodstra 8-19 Sue Woodstra/Lee Maes 7-22 Rich Feller 13-15 Rich Feller 13-15 Rich Feller 10-18 Rich Feller 20-12 Rich Feller 25-7 Rich Feller 17-12 Rich Feller 19-11 Rich Feller 22-10 Rich Feller 26-8 Total (33 years) 507-512 * includes 11 forfeits due to ineligible player Liberty ......................................... 1-0 Long Beach State ....................... 3-4 Louisiana State ........................... 2-0 Louisville ..................................... 1-0 Maryland ..................................... 1-0 Massachusetts............................ 1-0 McNeese State ........................... 1-0 Michigan ..................................... 2-0 Minnesota .................................. 2-2 Mississippi .................................. 0-1 Montana ..................................... 5-2 Montana State ............................ 3-1 Morgan State .............................. 1-0 Murray State ............................... 1-0 Nebraska .................................... 1-2 Nevada ....................................... 9-3 Nevada-Las Vegas ..................... 2-1 New Hampshire .......................... 2-0 New Mexico ................................ 3-3 New Mexico State....................... 1-2 North Carolina ............................ 1-0 Northern Arizona......................... 2-0 Northern Colorado ...................... 1-1 Northern Illinois........................... 2-0

ALL-TIME COACHES RECORDS Coach Years Record Chris Stanley .......... 1975-83 ....... 155-119 Marlene Piper ......... 1984-87 ........... 61-90 Dave DeGroot......... 1988-94 ......... 90-119 Sue Woodstra ......... 1995-98 ........... 32-63 Lee Maes (Interim) . 1998 .................. 4-13 Rich Feller ............. 1999- ........... 165-108 Totals 1975-2007 507-512

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Pct. Postseason/NCAA Record ....566 ...3-5 (1981 AIAW, ‘82, ‘83) ....404 ...0-1 (1987) ....431 ...4-3 (1988, ‘89, ’91 NIVC) ....337 ....235 ....604 ...11-6 (‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07) .498 18-15 (.545)

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Pct. .429 .467 .692 .486 .692 .543 .488 .700 .524 .361 .279 .462 .545 .559 .594 .276 .500 .407 .448 .179 .464 .286 .296 .241 .464 .464 .357 .625 .781 .586 .633 .688 .765 .498

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Pct.

8-4 7-5 8-4 6-6 7-5 12-2 7-2 5-7 7-5 7-11 11-7 7-11 8-10 3-15 9-9 6-12 5-13 2-16 5-13 3-15 3-15 3-15 7-11 6-12 3-15 7-11 12-6 11-7 10-8 9-9 12-6 216-287

.667 .583 .667 .500 .583 .857 .778 .417 .583 .389 .611 .389 .444 .167 .500 .333 .278 .111 .278 .167 .167 .167 .389 .333 .167 .389 .667 .611 .556 .500 .667 .429

Northern Iowa ............................. 1-0 Northeastern ............................... 1-0 Northwestern .............................. 1-4 Notre Dame ............................... 2-1 Ohio State................................... 0-1 Oklahoma ................................... 1-0 Oral Roberts .............................. 1-0 Oregon .................................. 45-13 Oregon State ........................ 35-17 Pacific ...................................... 8-26 Penn State .................................. 0-1 Pepperdine ................................ 4-4 Pittsburgh ................................... 0-1 Portland State ............................. 6-3 Providence ................................. 1-0 Purdue ........................................ 0-1 Rice ............................................ 0-1 Sacramento State ....................... 9-3 St. John’s ................. First Meeting Saint Mary’s .............................. 10-2 San Diego ................................... 6-2 San Diego State ......................... 1-4 San Francisco ......................... 33-0 San Francisco State ................... 4-3 San Jose State ....................... 13-27 Santa Clara............................... 30-7 Seton Hall ................................... 1-0 Sonoma State ............................. 2-0 Southern California ............... 8-40 Southern Illinois .......................... 1-0 Southern Methodist .................... 1-0 Southern Oregon State............... 1-0 South Florida .............................. 0-1 Southwest Missouri State ........... 1-0 Southwest Texas State ............... 2-0

Finish 4th 4th 3rd 4th 2nd 4th 3rd 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 7th Tie 4th 7th Tie 6th 10th 5th 7th 8th 9th 9th 9th 9th Tie 8th Tie 6th Tie 7th 9th 8th Tie 3rd Tie 4th Tie 5th 5th 4th

Conf. NCIAC NCIAC NorCal NorCal NorCal NorCal NorCal NorPac NorPac NorPac NorPac Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10

AVCA Final -------No. 10 No. 17 ---No. 19 -No. 20 -------------No. 12 No. 18 No. 20 No. 13 No. 4

Stanford .................................. 6-61 Stanislaus State.......................... 2-0 Tennessee .................................. 0-3 Tennessee-Martin ....................... 1-0 Texas .......................................... 0-9 Texas A&M.................................. 3-5 Texas-Arlington ........................... 1-1 Texas Christian ........................... 1-0 Texas-San Antonio...................... 1-0 Texas State ................................. 1-0 Texas Tech.................................. 1-0 Tulane ......................................... 1-0 Tulsa ........................................... 1-0 UC Davis ................................... 5-2 UC Irvine..................................... 9-3 UCLA ....................................... 2-51 UC Riverside ............................ 1-1 UC San Diego............................. 2-0 UC Santa Barbara ................... 3-13 UNC Wilmington ......................... 1-0 Utah ............................................ 2-3 Utah State................................... 2-2 Valparaiso ................................... 1-0 Villanova ..................................... 1-0 Washington .......................... 21-28 Washington State ................ 28-22 Weber State................................ 2-0 West Virginia .............................. 1-0 William & Mary............................ 1-1 Wisconsin ................................... 0-2 Wisconsin-Green Bay ................. 1-0 Wyoming..................................... 3-0 Xavier ........................................ 1-0 Yale ............................................ 1-0 Bold denotes 2008 opponent


CALIFORNIA Golden Bears

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1977

1979

1981

Head Coach: Chris Stanley 18-8 overall, 8-4 NorCal (3rd)

Head Coach: Chris Stanley 18-8 overall, 8-4 NorCal (2nd)

Head Coach: Chris Stanley 20-21 overall, 7-5 NorCal (3rd)

Sep 19 Cal State Hayward W Sep 21 Sacramento State W Sep 28 UC Davis W Sep 30 vs. Utah State # L 2-0 Sep 30 vs. New Mexico # W 2-0 Sep 30 vs. Wyoming # W 2-0 Oct 1 vs. Portland State # L 3-2 Oct 1 vs. Texas # L 3-0 Oct 4 at Fresno State * W Oct 7 San Jose State * W Oct 11 at Pacific * W Oct 13 Stanford * L Oct 18 at San Francisco * W Oct 20 Santa Clara * W Oct 22 San Francisco State W Oct 25 at San Jose State * L Nov 4 San Francisco $ W 2-0 Nov 4 Oregon $ W 2-1 Nov 4 Southern Oregon State $ W 2-0 Nov 5 Sacramento State $ W 3-2 Nov 5 San Francisco State $ L 3-2 Nov 8 Pacific * W Nov 11 San Francisco * W Nov 15 at Santa Clara * W Nov 18 at Stanford * L Nov 19 Fresno State * L * NorCal match # BYU Invitational – Provo, Utah (7th) $ Cal Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (2nd)

1978

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

1980

Head Coach: Chris Stanley 17-18 overall, 7-5 NorCal (4th) Sep 18 UC Irvine L Sep 22 vs. Cal Poly Pomona # W Sep 22 vs. Stanford # W Sep 22 at San Jose State # L Sep 23 vs. Santa Clara # W Sep 23 vs. Chico State # W Sep 23 vs. San Francisco State # L Sep 26 at San Francisco State L Sep 29 vs. Portland State $ W Sep 29 vs. Texas A&M $ L Sep 29 vs. Weber State $ W Sep 29 vs. Colorado State $ W Sep 30 vs. Northern Colorado $ L Sep 30 at BYU $ L Sep 30 vs. Arizona State $ L Sep 30 vs. New Mexico State $ L Oct 3 San Jose State * L Oct 6 San Diego % W Oct 6 Houston % L Oct 6 Oregon % W Oct 7 San Jose State % L Oct 7 Portland State % W Oct 10 at Santa Clara * W Oct 13 at Pacific * L Oct 14 at Fresno State * W Oct 19 at Stanford * L Oct 20 at UC Santa Barbara L Oct 21 at Pepperdine L Oct 24 at San Francisco * W Oct 27 Fresno State * W Oct 31 Pacific * W Nov 7 at San Jose State * L Nov 10 Santa Clara * W Nov 16 Stanford * L Nov 17 San Francisco * W * NorCal Match # San Jose State Invitational – San Jose, Calif. $ BYU Invitational – Provo, Utah % Cal Invitational – Berkeley, Calif.

Sep 18 at Sacramento State W Sep 21 Cal Poly W Sep 22 Weber State W Sep 26 San Francisco State W Sep 28 vs. UC Irvine # L Sep 28 vs. Pacific # L Sep 28 vs. Cal State Northridge # L Sep 29 vs. Cal Poly Pomona # W Sep 29 vs. New Mexico State # L Oct 2 at Pacific * L Oct 5 San Francisco $ W Oct 5 Sacramento State $ W Oct 6 San Diego $ W Oct 6 San Diego $ W Oct 9 at Santa Clara * W Oct 12 Fresno State * W Oct 16 Cal State Fullerton W Oct 18 Stanford * W Oct 25 at San Jose State * W Oct 26 San Francisco * W Oct 30 Pacific * L Nov 6 at Fresno State * L Nov 9 Santa Clara * W Nov 10 San Jose State * L Nov 13 at San Francisco * W Nov 15 at Stanford* W * NorCal match # San Jose State Invitational – San Jose, Calif. $ Cal Invitational – Berkeley, Calif.

Head Coach: Chris Stanley 19-6 overall, 6-6 NorCal (4th) 3-1 2-0 2-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 2-0 2-0 2-1 2-0 2-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-0 3-2 3-2 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-1 3-2 3-0 3-0 3-0

Sep 15 Ohio State W Sep 17 at Long Beach State W Sep 19 vs. UCLA # L Sep 19 vs. Arizona State # W Sep 19 vs. Utah # W Sep 20 vs. Texas-El Paso # W Sep 20 vs. UC Santa Barbara # L Sep 20 vs. Utah State # L Sep 26 at UC Santa Barbara L Sep 27 at Pepperdine W Oct 1 Hawaii-Hilo W Oct 3 Oregon $ W Oct 3 Hawaii-Hilo $ L Oct 3 Stanford $ L Oct 4 Fresno State $ W Oct 4 Oregon $ W Oct 8 at Sacramento State W Oct 10 at Fresno State * L Oct 11 Santa Clara * W Oct 16 at Stanford * L Oct 18 San Jose State * W Oct 23 at San Francisco * W Oct 28 Pacific * L Oct 30 at Santa Clara * W Oct 31 vs. Michigan State % W Oct 31 vs. Portland State % L Oct 31 vs. Houston % W Nov 1 vs. USC % L Nov 1 vs. Arizona State % L Nov 6 at San Jose State * W Nov 8 UC Santa Barbara L Nov 14 San Francisco * W Nov 15 Fresno State * L Nov 18 at Pacific * L Nov 21 Stanford * L * NorCal Match # San Diego State Invitational – San Diego, Calif. $ Cal Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. % UCLA NIVT – Los Angeles, Calif.

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

Sep 8 Sep 10 Sep 11 Sep 12 Sep 17 Sep 17 Sep 18 Sep 18 Sep 19 Sep 21 Sep 23 Sep 24 Oct 2 Oct 2 Oct 2 Oct 3 Oct 3 Oct 8 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 16 Oct 20 Oct 22 Oct 22 Oct 22 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 23 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 2 Nov 4 Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 17 Nov 19 Dec 10 Dec 10 Dec 11

Oregon State at Texas at Texas A&M at Lamar vs. USC # vs. Oregon # vs. Long Beach State # vs. New Mexico # vs. Utah State # Northwestern Pepperdine $ Oregon $ San Diego % Cal Poly % Texas A&M % Oregon % San Francisco % San Jose State * Fresno State * Stanford * at San Francisco * at Pacific * vs. Montana & at Montana State & vs. Alberta & vs. Montana & vs. Alberta & vs. Montana & at Montana State & Santa Clara * at Fresno State * at San Jose State * at Stanford * San Francisco * at Cal Poly at Santa Clara * Pacific * vs. Minnesota ^ vs. Utah State ^ vs. North Carolina ^

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

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

Dec 11 vs. Pittsburgh ^ L 2-1 * NorCal Match # San Diego State Invitational – San Diego, Calif. $ Cal Classic – Berkeley, Calif. % Cal Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. & Montana State International Cup – Bozeman, Mont. ^ AIAW Championship – Tallahassee, Fla.

1982 Head Coach: Chris Stanley 28-12 overall, 12-2 NorPac (1st), No. 10 AVCA Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 11 Sep 15 Sep 17 Sep 18 Sep 19 Sep 22 Sep 23 Sep 23 Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 24 Sep 25 Sep 25 Sep 28 Oct 1 Oct 1 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 12 Oct 13 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 26 Oct 29 Nov 2 Nov 5

at Long Beach State W at UC Irvine L at UCLA # L Santa Clara * W Houston W Montana $ W Northwestern $ W Washington * W vs. Southern Illinois % W vs. Texas-Arlington % W vs. Northern Colorado %W vs. Idaho State % W vs. Utah % W vs. Montana % W at BYU % L Washington State * W San Diego & W Stanford & W Cal Poly & L at Santa Clara * W San Francisco * W at San Jose State * L at Stanford L at Oregon * W at Oregon State * W Pacific * W Fresno State * W at San Francisco * W vs. Hawaii + L

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

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CALIFORNIA Golden Bears Nov 5 vs. Arizona + L 2-0 Nov 5 vs. Cal State Fullerton + W 2-1 Nov 6 vs. Texas + L 2-0 Nov 6 vs. Tennessee + L 2-0 Nov 11 at Pacific * L 3-0 Nov 12 at Fresno State * W 3-0 Nov 16 San Jose State * W 3-1 Nov 19 San Jose State ^ W 3-2 Nov 20 Pacific ^ W 3-1 Dec 5 Pepperdine ! W 3-0 Dec 9 vs. San Diego State ~ L 3-1 * NorPac Match # All-Cals Invitational – Los Angeles, Calif. $ Cal Classic – Berkeley, Calif. % BYU Preview Invitational – Provo, Utah & Cal Dolfin Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. + UCLA NIVT – Los Angeles, Calif. ^ NorPac Championship – Berkeley, Calif. ! NCAA First Round – Berkeley, Calif. ~ NCAA Regional – Los Angeles, Calif.

1983 Head Coach: Chris Stanley 22-20 overall, 7-2 NorPac (3rd), No. 17 AVCA Sep 8 Portland State W 3-1 Sep 10 at USC L 3-1 Sep 12 at UC Riverside # L 2-0 Sep 12 vs. UCLA # L 2-0 Sep 12 vs. UC San Diego # W 2-0 Sep 12 vs. UC Santa Barbara # L 2-0 Sep 12 vs. UC Irvine # W 2-1 Sep 14 Cal Poly L 3-0 Sep 15 Northwestern L 3-1 Sep 21 UC Santa Barbara L 3-0 Sep 22 at Nebraska L 3-1 Sep 23 vs. SW Missouri State $ W 3-1 Sep 23 vs. Texas A&M $ W 3-0 Sep 24 vs. Louisville $ W 3-0 Sep 24 at Nebraska $ L 3-0 Sep 27 at Fresno State * W 3-2 Sep 30 Nevada % W 3-0 Sep 30 Wyoming % W 3-1 Oct 1 San Jose State % L 3-1 Oct 4 Pacific * L 3-0 Oct 7 at UC Santa Barbara W 3-0 Oct 8 at Cal Poly W 3-2 Oct 11 at Stanford L 3-0 Oct 14 at Washington State * W 3-0 Oct 15 at Washington * W 3-0 Oct 18 San Francisco * W 3-0 Oct 26 at San Jose State * L 3-0 Oct 29 Stanford L 3-2 Oct 30 at Pacific L 3-0 Nov 1 at Santa Clara * W 3-0 Nov 4 vs. Louisiana State & W 2-0 Nov 4 vs. New Mexico & W 2-1 Nov 4 vs. Cal Poly & W 2-1 Nov 5 vs. San Diego State & L 2-0 Nov 5 vs. Pacific & L 2-0 Nov 8 Hawaii L 3-0 Nov 11 Oregon * W 3-0 Nov 12 Oregon State * W 3-1 Nov 18 vs. Oregon State ^ L 3-1 Nov 19 vs. Oregon ^ W 3-1 Dec 4 at Oregon State + W 3-2 Dec 10 at Pacific ! L 3-0 * NorPac match # All-Cals Invitational – Riverside, Calif. $ Nebraska Invitational – Lincoln, Neb. (2nd) % Cal Dolfin Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (2nd) & UCLA NIVT – Los Angeles, Calif. (5th) ^ NorPac Championship – Stockton, Calif. (3rd) + NCAA First Round – Corvallis, Ore. ! NCAA Second Round – Stockton, Calif.

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1984 Head Coach: Marlene Piper 13-23 overall, 5-7 NorPac (3rd) Sep 8 vs. CS Bakersfield # W 2-0 Sep 8 vs. Portland State # L 2-0 Sep 10 Northwestern L 3-1 Sep 11 vs. UCLA $ L 2-0 Sep 11 vs. UC Riverside $ W 2-0 Sep 11 vs. UC Irvine $ 1-1 Sep 11 vs. UC San Diego $ W 2-0 Sep 11 at UC Santa Barbara $ W 2-0 Sep 11 vs. UC Davis $ 1-1 Sep 13 at San Diego State % L 3-0 Sep 13 vs. BYU % L 3-0 Sep 14 vs. Montana % W 3-0 Sep 14 vs. New Mexico % L 3-2 Sep 15 vs. Utah % W 3-1 Sep 17 at Fresno State * L 3-0 Sep 19 at Stanford L 3-0 Sep 20 Santa Clara * W 3-0 Sep 26 at San Francisco * W 3-1 Sep 28 Wyoming & W 3-2 Sep 28 Pepperdine & W 3-2 Sep 29 Illinois State & L 3-2 Sep 29 Cal Poly & L 3-2 Oct 4 at Pacific L 3-0 Oct 5 Arizona State L 3-1 Oct 6 Fresno State * L 3-1 Oct 12 at Washington * L 3-2 Oct 13 at Washington State * L 3-2 Oct 16 at San Jose State* L 3-1 Oct 17 at Santa Clara * W 3-1 Oct 19 Nevada ^ W 3-1 Oct 19 UNLV ^ W 3-2 Oct 20 Montana State ^ W 3-1 Oct 20 UC Santa Barbara ^ L 3-0 Oct 26 Oregon * L 3-1 Oct 27 Oregon State * W 3-1 Oct 30 San Jose State * L 3-1 Nov 1 at Arizona + L 3-0 Nov 1 vs. Tennessee + L 3-1 Nov 2 vs. Texas + L 3-0 Nov 6 San Francisco * W 3-0 Nov 20 Pacific L 3-0 Nov 21 Purdue L 3-2 * NorPac match # UC Davis Western Invitational – Davis, Calif. (5th) $ All-Cals Invitational – Santa Barbara, Calif. (2nd) % San Diego State Invitational – San Diego, Calif. (7th) & Cal Dolfin Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (2nd) ^ Cal Classic – Berkeley, Calif. + Arizona Classic – Tucson, Ariz. (4th)

Oct 1 Pacific L 3-1 Oct 4 at Fresno State * L+ 3-1 Oct 8 San Jose State * L 3-0 Oct 10 vs. Colorado State ^ L 2-1 Oct 10 vs. USC ^ L 2-1 Oct 11 vs. UC Santa Barbara ^ L 2-1 Oct 11 vs. Pepperdine ^ L+ 2-1 Oct 12 vs. BYU ^ L 3-0 Oct 12 vs. Colorado State ^ L 3-2 Oct 13 Duke L+ 3-1 Oct 18 at Washington * W 3-1 Oct 19 at Washington State * W 3-0 Oct 24 Notre Dame W 3-0 Oct 25 Oregon * L 3-1 Oct 26 Oregon State * W 3-0 Oct 30 Fresno State * W 3-0 Nov 5 at San Jose State * L 3-0 Nov 9 Cal State Fullerton W 3-1 Nov 15 Washington State * W 3-0 Nov 16 Washington * W 3-0 Nov 19 at Stanford L 3-0 Nov 22 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Nov 23 at Oregon * L 3-1 * NorPac match # UC Davis Invitational – Davis, Calif. (2nd) $ All-Cals Invitational – Los Angeles, Calif. % UNLV Sunkist Invitational – Las Vegas, Nev. (2nd) & San Diego State Invitational – San Diego, Calif. (5th) ^ UCLA NIVT – Los Angeles, Calif. (12th) + match forfeited for use of ineligible player

Oct 3 at Arizona State * L 3-1 Oct 4 at Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 9 vs. UC Santa Barbara & L 2-0 Oct 9 vs. CS Northridge & L 2-1 Oct 10 vs. BYU & L 2-0 Oct 10 vs. Texas-Arlington & L 3-1 Oct 11 vs. Fresno State & W 3-2 Oct 11 vs. USC & W 3-1 Oct 17 UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 18 USC * W 3-0 Oct 24 at Stanford * L 3-1 Oct 28 at San Francisco W 3-1 Oct 31 Oregon * L 3-1 Nov 1 Oregon State * W 3-0 Nov 4 San Jose State L 3-0 Nov 7 at Washington * L 3-2 Nov 8 at Washington State * W 3-0 Nov 14 Arizona * L 3-2 Nov 15 Arizona State * L 3-0 Nov 18 Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 20 at UCLA * L 3-1 Nov 21 at USC * W 3-1 Nov 28 at Florida ^ W 3-0 Nov 28 vs. Florida State ^ L 3-2 Nov 29 vs. BYU ^ L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # Western Invitational – Davis, Calif. (tie 5th) $ All-Cals Invitational – Santa Cruz, Calif. (2nd) % Golden Bear Classic – Berkeley, Calif. (1st) & UCLA NIVT – Los Angeles, Calif. (13th) ^ Coast to Coast Invitational – Gainesville, Fla. (3rd)

1986 Head Coach: Marlene Piper 18-21 overall, 7-11 Pac-10 (7th) Sep 5 Sep 9 Sep 9 Sep 12 Sep 12 Sep 13 Sep 13 Sep 19 Sep 20 Sep 24 Sep 26 Sep 27 Sep 30

vs. San Jose State # vs. UC Irvine $ vs. UCLA $ Nevada % Sacramento State % Portland State % Cal State Fullerton % at Oregon * at Oregon State * at San Jose State Washington State * Washington * at Santa Clara

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

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

1987 Head Coach: Marlene Piper 18-15 overall, 11-7 Pac-10 (tie 4th), No. 19 AVCA Sep 3 Sep 4 Sep 5 Sep 8 Sep 8 Sep 10 Sep 18 Sep 19 Sep 25 Sep 26 Sep 29

at Hawaii at Hawaii at Chaminade at UC Irvine # vs. UCLA # Northern Illinois at USC * at UCLA * Washington * Washington State * Stanford *

L L W W L W L L W W L

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

1985 Head Coach: Marlene Piper 12-31 overall, 7-5 NorPac (3rd) Sep 6 Sep 6 Sep 7 Sep 7 Sep 10 Sep 10 Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 13 Sep 13 Sep 14 Sep 14 Sep 19 Sep 19 Sep 20 Sep 20 Sep 21 Sep 24 Sep 25 Sep 29

vs. San Jose State # L vs. Cal Poly Pomona # W vs. Portland State # W vs. San Jose State # L vs. UC Irvine $ W at UCLA $ L Pacific L vs. Mississippi % L+ at UNLV % L+ vs. Idaho State % L+ vs. Utah % L+ vs. Illinois % L vs. Iowa & L+ vs. Texas A&M & L at San Diego State & L vs. George Washington & L+ vs. Iowa & L+ Stanford L Santa Clara L+ Texas L

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

Carolyn Kempker (1986-89) is a member of the Cal All-Decade Team (1986-96).


CALIFORNIA Golden Bears Oct 1 vs. Texas $ L 3-0 Oct 2 vs. UC Santa Barbara $ L 3-1 Oct 6 Santa Clara W 3-1 Oct 9 at Oregon * W 3-2 Oct 10 at Oregon State W 3-0 Oct 13 at Pacific L 3-1 Oct 16 Arizona * W 3-1 Oct 17 Arizona State * W 3-0 Oct 20 Saint Mary’s W 3-0 Oct 23 at Washington State * W 3-1 Oct 24 at Washington * W 3-0 Oct 27 San Francisco W 3-0 Oct 30 at Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 3 San Jose State L 3-0 Nov 6 Oregon State * W 3-0 Nov 7 Oregon * W 3-1 Nov 13 at Arizona State * L 3-0 Nov 14 at Arizona * L 3-0 Nov 17 at San Francisco W 3-0 Nov 20 UCLA * L 3-2 Nov 21 USC * W 3-0 Dec 4 at UCLA ^ L 3-1 * Pac-10 match # All-Cals Invitational – Irvine, Calif. (2nd) $ Josten Invitational – Stanford, Calif. (4th) ^NCAA First Round – Los Angeles, Calif.

1988 Head Coach: Dave DeGroot 19-15 overall, 7-11 Pac-10 (7th) Sep 6 at Pacific L 3-0 Sep 8 vs. Nevada # W 3-0 Sep 8 vs. Providence # W 3-0 Sep 9 at Cal State Fullerton # W 3-0 Sep 9 vs. Oregon # L 3-1 Sep 10 vs. New Mexico State # W 3-0 Sep 10 vs. UC Santa Barbara # W 3-1 Sep 16 USC * L 3-1 Sep 17 UCLA * L 3-1 Sep 20 Saint Mary’s W 3-0 Sep 23 at Arizona * L 3-2 Sep 24 at Arizona State * L 3-1 Sep 27 Pacific W 3-2 Sep 30 Washington State * W 3-2 Oct 2 Washington * L 3-0 Oct 4 at Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 7 at Saint Mary’s W 3-1 Oct 11 San Jose State W 3-2 Oct 14 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Oct 15 at Oregon * W 3-1 Oct 19 at Santa Clara W 3-1 Oct 21 Arizona State * W 3-2 Oct 22 Arizona * L 3-1 Oct 25 San Francisco W 3-0 Oct 28 at Washington * L 3-2 Oct 29 at Washington State * L 3-2 Nov 1 Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 8 at San Francisco W 3-0 Nov 11 Oregon * W 3-2 Nov 12 Oregon State * W 3-1 Nov 18 at UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 19 at USC * L 3-1 Nov 21 at San Jose State L 3-0 Dec 2 at UCLA ^ L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # Fullerton Invitational – Fullerton, Calif. (5th) ^ NCAA First Round – Los Angeles, Calif.

1989 Head Coach: Dave DeGroot 19-13 overall, 8-10 Pac-10 (tie 6th), No. 20 AVCA Sep 1 Sep 7 Sep 7 Sep 8 Sep 8 Sep 9

Nevada vs. Minnesota # vs. SW Texas State # vs. San Diego State # vs. Washington State # vs. BYU #

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Sep 28 at Arizona State * L 3-0 Oct 5 Washington * W 3-2 Oct 6 Washington State * W 3-0 Oct 9 at Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 12 Pacific L 3-0 Oct 19 at USC * L 3-2 Oct 20 at UCLA * L 3-1 Oct 26 Arizona * L 3-1 Oct 27 Arizona State * L 3-1 Nov 2 at Washington State * L 3-1 Nov 3 at Washington * L 3-2 Nov 7 Stanford * L 3-2 Nov 9 Texas L 3-2 Nov 10 Oklahoma W 3-0 Nov 16 Oregon State * L 3-2 Nov 17 Oregon * W 3-1 Nov 23 at Pacific $ L 3-0 Nov 24 vs. Illinois $ L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # JMN Premiere Invitational – Fullerton, Calif. (3rd) $ Banker’s Classic – Stockton, Calif. (4th)

1991 Head Coach: Dave DeGroot 15-15 overall, 9-9 Pac-10 (5th)

Tiffany Rochelle (1986-89) is the Bears’ career kills leader (1,814) and was selected volleyball Athlete of the Decade (1986-96). Sep 9 vs. UC Santa Barbara # W 3-2 Sep 15 at Washington * W 3-2 Sep 16 at Washington State * W 3-0 Sep 22 at Pacific L 3-0 Sep 27 Stanford * L 3-1 Sep 29 Oregon * L 3-0 Sep 30 Oregon State * W 3-2 Oct 3 Santa Clara W 3-0 Oct 6 at UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 7 at USC * L 3-0 Oct 10 at San Jose State L 3-0 Oct 13 Arizona State * W 3-1 Oct 14 Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 24 Saint Mary’s W 3-0 Oct 27 at Oregon State * L 3-1 Oct 28 at Oregon * L 3-2 Nov 3 USC * W 3-0 Nov 4 UCLA * L 3-1 Nov 7 at San Francisco W 3-1 Nov 9 at Arizona State * W 3-0 Nov 10 at Arizona * W 3-1 Nov 14 at Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 16 Washington * W 3-0 Nov 17 Washington State * W 3-1 Nov 30 at Florida State ^ W 3-1 Dec 8 at Texas ! L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # JMN Premier Invitational – Fullerton, Calif. (1st) ^ NCAA First Round – Tallahassee, Fla. ! NCAA Second Round – Austin, Texas

1990 San Jose State vs. Baylor # vs. CS Northridge # vs. Eastern Washington # vs. Georgia # vs. Wisconsin # at Oregon * at Oregon State * UCLA * USC * at Arizona *

1992 Head Coach: Dave DeGroot 11-16 overall, 6-12 Pac-10 (7th)

Head Coach: Dave DeGroot 8-21 overall, 3-15 Pac-10 (10th) Aug 31 Sep 6 Sep 6 Sep 7 Sep 7 Sep 8 Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep 21 Sep 22 Sep 27

Sep 6 San Jose State # L 3-1 Sep 7 Pacific # L 3-0 Sep 12 vs. Florida $ L 3-0 Sep 12 vs. Baylor $ W 3-1 Sep 13 vs. Long Beach State $ L 3-0 Sep 13 vs. SW Texas State $ W 3-0 Sep 14 at Cal State Fullerton $ L 3-1 Sep 20 Arizona State * W 3-2 Sep 21 Arizona * W 3-0 Sep 25 Stanford * L 3-1 Sep 27 at Washington * W 3-1 Sep 28 at Washington State * L 3-1 Oct 2 at San Francisco W 3-1 Oct 11 Oregon * W 3-1 Oct 12 Oregon State * W 3-2 Oct 17 at USC * L 3-1 Oct 18 at UCLA * L 3-1 Oct 25 Washington State * W 3-2 Oct 26 Washington * W 3-1 Nov 1 at Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 8 at Oregon State * L 3-1 Nov 9 at Oregon * L 3-1 Nov 15 USC * W 3-2 Nov 16 UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 22 at Arizona * W 3-2 Nov 23 at Arizona State * L 3-1 Dec 5 vs. Drexel % W 3-0 Dec 5 vs. West Virginia % W 3-0 Dec 6 vs. Arkansas State % W 3-0 Dec 6 vs. Notre Dame % L 3-2 * Pac-10 match # Golden Bear Classic – Berkeley, Calif. $ JMN Premiere Invitational – Fullerton, Calif. % National Invitational Volleyball Championship – Dayton, Ohio

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at Pacific at Texas A&M at Texas Boise State # Cal Poly # Santa Clara # at Oregon * at Oregon State * UCLA * USC * at Arizona State * at Arizona * at Stanford * Washington *

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Oct 17 Washington State * L 3-2 Oct 20 at San Jose State L 3-2 Oct 23 Oregon State * W 3-1 Oct 24 Oregon * W 3-0 Oct 30 at USC * L 3-0 Oct 31 at UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 3 San Francisco W 3-0 Nov 6 Arizona * W 3-0 Nov 7 Arizona State * W 3-1 Nov 10 at Sacramento State W 3-2 Nov 13 at Washington State * L 3-1 Nov 14 at Washington * L 3-1 Nov 20 Stanford * L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # Days Inn Classic – Berkeley, Calif. (1st)

1993 Head Coach: Dave DeGroot 13-16 overall, 5-13 Pac-10 (8th) Sep 3 vs. Idaho State # W 3-0 Sep 3 at Boise State # W 3-0 Sep 4 vs. Gonzaga # W 3-0 Sep 10 UC Irvine $ W 3-0 Sep 10 Saint Mary’s $ W 3-0 Sep 11 San Diego $ W 3-0 Sep 14 at San Francisco W 3-0 Sep 17 at UCLA * L 3-0 Sep 18 at USC * L 3-0 Sep 24 Arizona State * L 3-1 Sep 25 Arizona * L 3-1 Oct 1 at Washington * L 3-1 Oct 2 at Washington State * L 3-0 Oct 5 Stanford * L 3-1 Oct 8 at Cal Poly L 3-2 Oct 12 at Santa Clara L 3-0 Oct 15 Oregon * W 3-2 Oct 16 Oregon State * W 3-1 Oct 22 at Arizona * L 3-2 Oct 23 at Arizona State * L 3-0 Oct 29 Washington State * L 3-2 Oct 30 Washington * W 3-0 Nov 2 at Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 5 San Francisco % W 3-0 Nov 6 BYU % L 3-1 Nov 12 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Nov 13 at Oregon * W 3-1 Nov 18 UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 19 USC * L 3-2 * Pac-10 match # Boise State Labor Day Classic – Boise, Idaho (1st) $ Cal Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (1st) % Days Inn Classic – Berkeley, Calif. (2nd)

1994 Head Coach: Dave DeGroot 5-23 overall, 2-16 Pac-10 (9th) Sep 6 Sep 9 Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 16 Sep 17 Sep 23 Sep 23 Sep 24 Sep 27 Sep 30 Oct 1 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 18 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 28 Oct 29 Nov 1

Pacific vs. Northwestern # vs. William & Mary # at Rice # Washington * Washington State * Northern Illinois $ Cal Poly $ Santa Clara $ at Stanford * at Oregon * at Oregon State * UCLA * USC * at Arizona State * at Arizona * Stanford * at Utah at BYU Oregon State * Oregon * San Jose State

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1998 Head Coach: Sue Woodstra/Lee Maes 7-22 overall, 3-15 Pac-10 (tie 8th)

1995 Head Coach: Sue Woodstra 13-15 overall, 5-13 Pac-10 (9th) Sep 1 at Pacific # L 3-1 Sep 2 vs. Santa Clara # W 3-0 Sep 8 vs. Ohio State $ L 3-0 Sep 9 at Michigan $ W 3-1 Sep 15 Oregon * W 3-2 Sep 16 Oregon State * W 3-2 Sep 19 at San Jose State W 3-2 Sep 22 at UCLA * L 3-0 Sep 23 at USC * L 3-0 Sep 26 at Saint Mary’s W 3-0 Sep 29 Arizona State * L 3-1 Sep 30 Arizona * L 3-1 Oct 6 at Washington * W 3-2 Oct 7 at Washington State * L 3-0 Oct 10 Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 14 Houston W 3-1 Oct 17 at Santa Clara W 3-1 Oct 20 USC * L 3-0 Oct 21 UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 27 at Arizona * W 3-0 Oct 28 at Arizona State * L 3-0 Nov 1 San Francisco W 3-0 Nov 3 Washington State * L 3-2 Nov 4 Washington * L 3-0 Nov 7 at Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 11 at Cal Poly W 3-1 Nov 16 at Oregon * W 3-2 Nov 17 at Oregon State * L 3-1 * Pac-10 match # Asics Pacific Invitational – Stockton, Calif. $ Michigan Kaepa Challenge – Ann Arbor, Mich.

1996 Head Coach: Sue Woodstra 8-20 overall, 3-15 Pac-10 (9th) Sep 6 Villanova # Sep 7 Colgate # Sep 7 Illinois State # Sep 13 at Hawaii Sep 14 at Hawaii Sep 20 at Arizona State * Sep 21 at Arizona * Sep 24 at San Francisco Sep 27 Washington * Sep 28 Washington State * Oct 4 at Stanford * Oct 8 Saint Mary’s Oct 11 at Oregon * Oct 13 at Oregon State * Oct 15 at Sacramento State Oct 18 UCLA * Oct 19 USC * Oct 25 at Washington State * Oct 26 at Washington * Oct 30 Stanford * Nov 8 Oregon State * Nov 9 Oregon * Nov 15 at USC * Nov 16 at UCLA * Nov 21 Arizona State * Nov 22 Arizona * Nov 29 vs. Alabama $ Nov 30 at Florida $ * Pac-10 match

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Sienna Curci (1989-93) is Cal’s school record-holder with 79 assists versus Oregon in 1993. # Cal Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (2nd) $ Pac-10/SEC Challenge – Gainesville, Fla.

1997 Head Coach: Sue Woodstra 8-19 overall, 3-15 Pac-10 (9th) Aug 29 vs. Northern Iowa # W 3-0 Aug 30 at Colorado State # L 3-0 Aug 31 vs. Central Michigan # W 3-0 Sep 5 vs. Murray State $ W 3-0 Sep 6 vs. Tulsa $ W 3-2 Sep 6 at Illinois State $ W 3-2 Sep 12 Sacramento State L 3-2 Sep 16 Stanford * L 3-0 Sep 19 vs. Texas A&M % L 3-0 Sep 20 vs. New Mexico % L 3-2 Sep 26 Oregon * W 3-1 Sep 27 Oregon State * L 3-2 Oct 3 at UCLA * L 3-2 Oct 4 at USC * L 3-1 Oct 10 Arizona State * L 3-2 Oct 11 Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 17 at Washington * L 3-0 Oct 18 at Washington State * L 3-0 Oct 24 at Oregon State * L 3-0 Oct 25 at Oregon * W 3-1 Oct 31 USC * L 3-0 Nov 1 UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 7 at Arizona * L 3-0 Nov 8 at Arizona State * W 3-2 Nov 14 Washington State * L 3-1 Nov 15 Washington * L 3-0 Nov 20 at Stanford * L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # Colorado State/Holiday Inn Classic – Fort Collins, Colo. $ Pepsi/Illinois State Classic – Normal, Ill. % Notre Dame Tournament of Champions – South Bend, Ind.

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Sep 1 Saint Mary’s L 3-0 Sep 3 at UC Irvine W 3-0 Sep 4 at Long Beach State # L 3-0 Sep 5 vs. UC Santa Barbara # L 3-1 Sep 8 San Francisco W 3-0 Sep 11 vs. Utah State $ W 3-1 Sep 12 vs. Florida State $ L 3-0 Sep 12 at South Florida $ L 3-1 Sep 18 UCLA * L 3-1 Sep 20 USC * L 3-1 Sep 25 at Arizona State * L 3-0 Sep 27 at Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 2 Washington * L 3-1 Oct 4 Washington State * L 3-2 Oct 9 at Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 10 George Mason W 3-0 Oct 16 at Oregon * W 3-2 Oct 18 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Oct 23 Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 25 Arizona State * L 3-2 Oct 27 at Sacramento State L 3-0 Oct 30 at Washington State * L 3-0 Nov 1 at Washington * L 3-0 Nov 4 at Santa Clara L 3-0 Nov 6 Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 13 Oregon State * W 3-2 Nov 15 Oregon * L 3-1 Nov 20 at USC * L 3-0 Nov 22 at UCLA * L 3-1 * Pac-10 match # Long Beach State Tournament – Long Beach, Calif. $ South Florida Fall Classic – Tampa, Fla.

1999 Head Coach: Rich Feller 13-15 overall, 7-11 Pac-10 (tie 6th) Sep 1 Hawaii L 3-0 Sep 3 at Colorado # L 3-2 Sep 4 at Denver # W 3-1 Sep 8 Eastern Washington W 3-0 Sep 12 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 3-0 Sep 17 at Washington * W 3-1 Sep 18 at Washington State * L 3-1 Sep 21 Stanford * L 3-1 Sep 24 vs. BYU $ L 3-0 Sep 25 vs. Utah $ L 3-1 Sep 28 Santa Clara W 3-0 Oct 1 Oregon * W 3-0 Oct 2 Oregon State * W 3-2 Oct 8 at UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 9 at USC * L 3-0 Oct 15 Arizona State * L 3-1 Oct 16 Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 19 at San Jose State W 3-0 Oct 22 at Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 28 at Oregon * W 3-0 Oct 29 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Nov 5 USC * L 3-0 Nov 6 UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 11 at Arizona State * L 3-2 Nov 12 at Arizona * L 3-1 Nov 19 Washington State * W 3-2 Nov 20 Washington * W 3-2 Nov 23 Nevada W 3-0 * Pac-10 match # PowerBar Invitational – Boulder/ Denver, Colo. $ Pac-10/Mountain West Challenge – Stanford, Calif.

2000 Head Coach: Rich Feller 13-15 overall, 6-12 Pac-10 (tie 7th) Sep 1

at Nevada #

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Sep 2 vs. Minnesota # L 3-0 Sep 2 vs. Kent State # W 3-0 Sep 8 McNeese State $ W 3-1 Sep 9 Florida $ L 3-1 Sep 15 at Oregon * W 3-2 Sep 16 at Oregon State * L 3-2 Sep 19 San Jose State W 3-2 Sep 22 UCLA * L 3-1 Sep 23 USC * L 3-0 Sep 29 at Arizona State * W 3-1 Sep 30 at Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 6 Washington * W 3-1 Oct 7 Washington State * W 3-0 Oct 10 at Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 13 William & Mary W 3-1 Oct 19 at USC * L 3-0 Oct 20 at UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 27 Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 28 Arizona State * L 3-0 Nov 2 at Washington State * L 3-0 Nov 3 at Washington * W 3-0 Nov 7 at Santa Clara L 3-0 Nov 10 Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 16 Oregon State * L 3-2 Nov 17 Oregon * W 3-0 Nov 24 vs. Northern Arizona % W 3-0 Nov 25 at New Mexico % W 3-0 * Pac-10 match # Silver Legacy/Ray Wersching Invitational – Reno, Nev. $ Golden Bear Classic – Berkeley, Calif. % UNM-Domino’s Albuturkey Classic – Albuquerque, N.M.

2001 Head Coach: Rich Feller 10-18 overall, 3-15 Pac-10 (9th) Aug 31 vs. New Hampshire # W 3-1 Sep 1 vs. Massachusetts # W 3-0 Sep 2 at Connecticut # L 3-2 Sep 7 Florida Atlantic $ W 3-0 Sep 8 Tennessee $ L 3-0 Sep 20 at Washington * L 3-0 Sep 21 at Washington State * L 3-0 Sep 28 Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 2 Saint Mary’s W 3-0 Oct 5 Oregon * W 3-0 Oct 6 Oregon State * L 3-1 Oct 8 Arizona * L 3-1 Oct 12 at UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 13 at USC * L 3-0 Oct 16 at San Jose State L 3-0 Oct 19 Washington State * L 3-1 Oct 20 Washington * W 3-0 Oct 23 Santa Clara W 3-2 Oct 26 at Stanford * L 3-0 Nov 1 at Oregon * W 3-1 Nov 2 at Oregon State * L 3-0 Nov 8 UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 9 USC * L 3-0 Nov 16 at Arizona * L 3-0 Nov 17 at Arizona State * L 3-1 Nov 20 at San Francisco W 3-0 Nov 24 Auburn W 3-0 Nov 25 Arizona State * L 3-2 * Pac-10 match # IKON Husky Classic – Storrs, Conn. $ Golden Bear Classic – Berkeley, Calif.

2002 Head Coach: Rich Feller 20-12 overall, 7-11 Pac-10 (8th) Aug 30 Aug 30 Aug 31 Sep 6 Sep 7 Sep 8 Sep 13 Sep 14

Tennessee-Martin # W Northern Arizona # W San Jose State # W at UNLV $ W vs. Ball State $ W vs. Texas Tech $ W vs. Texas-San Antonio %W vs. Tulane % W

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CALIFORNIA Golden Bears Sep 14 at Southern Methodist %W 3-0 Sep 20 at Stanford * L 3-0 Sep 27 at Oregon * W 3-2 Sep 28 at Oregon State * W 3-2 Oct 4 UCLA * L 3-1 Oct 5 USC * L 3-2 Oct 11 at Arizona State * L 3-2 Oct 12 at Arizona * W 3-0 Oct 17 Washington * L 3-2 Oct 18 Washington State * W 3-2 Oct 22 at Saint Mary’s W 3-2 Oct 25 Oregon State * L 3-0 Oct 26 Oregon * W 3-2 Nov 1 at USC * L 3-0 Nov 2 at UCLA * L 3-0 Nov 8 Arizona * L 3-0 Nov 9 Arizona State * W 3-0 Nov 15 at Washington State * L 3-0 Nov 16 at Washington * W 3-2 Nov 19 at Santa Clara W 3-2 Nov 22 Stanford * L 3-2 Nov 26 San Francisco W 3-0 Dec 6 vs. Santa Clara ^ W 3-1 Dec 7 at UC Santa Barbara ^ L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # Golden Bear Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (1st) $ UNLV Gameworks Classic – Las Vegas, Nev. (1st) % SMU DoubleTree Invitational – Dallas, Texas (1st) ^ NCAA First and Second Rounds – Santa Barbara, Calif.

2003 Head Coach: Rich Feller 25-7 overall, 12-6 Pac-10 (3rd), No. 12 AVCA Aug 30 vs. Hofstra # W 3-0 Aug 31 at UC Irvine # W 3-0 Sep 5 vs. Seton Hall $ W 3-0 Sep 6 vs. CS Northridge $ W 3-1 Sep 6 at Colorado State $ W 3-1 Sep 11 New Hampshire % W 3-0 Sep 12 Nevada % W 3-0 Sep 13 Cal Poly % W 3-0 Sep 18 at Oregon * W 3-0 Sep 19 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Sep 25 Washington State * W 3-0 Sep 26 Washington * W 3-1 Oct 3 at Arizona State * W 3-1 Oct 4 at Arizona * W 3-0 Oct 8 Santa Clara W 3-2 Oct 11 Stanford * W 3-2 Oct 17 UCLA * L 3-2 Oct 18 USC * L 3-2 Oct 23 at Washington State * W 3-1 Oct 24 at Washington * W 3-2 Oct 31 Arizona * L 3-0 Nov 1 Arizona State * W 3-1 Nov 7 at Stanford * L 3-1 Nov 14 at UCLA * L 3-1 Nov 15 at USC * L 3-0 Nov 20 Oregon State * W 3-1 Nov 21 Oregon * W 3-0 Nov 28 vs. Texas Christian & W 3-0 Nov 29 at Long Beach State & W 3-1 Dec 5 Saint Mary’s ^ W 3-0 Dec 6 Michigan ^ W 3-0 Dec 12 vs. Georgia Tech ! L 3-1 * Pac-10 match # UC Irvine Tournament – Irvine, Calif. $ Colorado State Coors Classic – Fort Collins, Colo. (1st) % Golden Bear Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (1st) & Long Beach State Baden Thanksgiving Tournament – Long Beach, Calif. ^ NCAA First and Second Rounds – Berkeley, Calif. ! NCAA Regional – Honolulu, Hawaii

2004 Head Coach: Rich Feller 17-12 overall, 11-7 Pac-10 (tie 4th), No. 18 AVCA Sep 1 UC Davis W 3-0 Sep 3 vs. Kansas State # W 3-0 Sep 4 vs. Maryland # W 3-0 Sep 5 at Houston # W 3-0 Sep 10 UC Santa Barbara $ L 3-0 Sep 11 Texas A&M $ L 3-0 Sep 17 at Hawaii % L 3-0 Sep 19 vs. UC Irvine % W 3-0 Sep 23 Arizona State * W 3-1 Sep 24 Arizona * W 3-2 Sep 28 at Santa Clara L 3-0 Oct 1 at Stanford * L 3-2 Oct 8 at UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 9 at USC * W 3-0 Oct 15 Oregon * W 3-1 Oct 16 Oregon State * W 3-0 Oct 22 at Washington * L 3-0 Oct 23 at Washington State * W 3-0 Oct 31 Stanford * W 3-2 Nov 4 USC * L 3-1 Nov 5 UCLA * L 3-2 Nov 11 at Oregon State * W 3-1 Nov 12 at Oregon * W 3-0 Nov 18 Washington State * W 3-0 Nov 19 Washington * L 3-1 Nov 26 at Arizona * L 3-0 Nov 27 at Arizona State * W 3-0 Dec 2 Pacific ^ W 3-2 Dec 3 Saint Mary’s ^ L 3-2 * Pac-10 match # Houston Tournament – Houston, TX (1st) $ Golden Bear Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (3rd) % Waikiki Beach Marriott Invitational – Honolulu, Hawaii (2nd) ^ NCAA First and Second Rounds – Berkeley, Calif.

2005 Head Coach: Rich Feller 19-11 overall, 10-8 Pac-10 (5th), No. 20 AVCA Aug 27 UC Davis Sep 2 at Texas State # Sep 3 vs. Morgan State #

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Sep 4 vs. Albany # W 3-0 Sep 8 Florida A&M $ W 3-0 Sep 10 San Diego $ L 3-2 Sep 16 at Nevada % L 3-2 Sep 17 vs. Montana State % W 3-0 Sep 17 vs. Akron % W 3-0 Sep 23 UCLA * W 3-0 Sep 24 USC * W 3-2 Sep 29 at Oregon * W 3-1 Sep 30 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Oct 7 Washington * L 3-2 Oct 8 Washington State * W 3-0 Oct 13 at Arizona State * W 3-0 Oct 14 at Arizona * L 3-0 Oct 21 Stanford * L 3-1 Oct 27 Oregon State * L 3-2 Oct 28 Oregon * W 3-0 Nov 3 at Washington State * W 3-2 Nov 4 at Washington * L 3-2 Nov 10 Arizona * W 3-1 Nov 11 Arizona State * W 3-0 Nov 15 Santa Clara W 3-2 Nov 18 at Stanford * L 3-2 Nov 25 at USC * L 3-0 Nov 26 at UCLA * L 3-1 Dec 2 vs. Valparaiso ^ W 3-0 Dec 3 at Wisconsin ^ L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # CenturyTel/Classic Honda Premier – San Marcos, Texas $ Golden Bear Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. % Circus Circus/Molten Invitational – Reno, Nev. ^ NCAA First and Second Rounds – Madison, Wisc.

2006 Head Coach: Rich Feller 22-10 overall, 9-9 Pac-10 (5th), No. 13 AVCA Aug 25 Aug 26 Aug 26 Sep 1 Sep 2 Sep 2 Sep 8 Sep 9 Sep 9 Sep 14 Sep 16

Montana # W UC Davis # W Baylor # W vs. Xavier $ W vs. Oral Roberts $ W at Florida International $W Colorado State % W American University % W Pepperdine % W at Pacific W Yale W

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Sep 21 at Washington * L 3-0 Sep 22 at Washington State * W 3-0 Sep 29 Arizona State * W 3-1 Sep 30 Arizona * W 3-1 Oct 6 at Stanford * L 3-0 Oct 12 at UCLA * L 3-0 Oct 13 at USC * L 3-1 Oct 19 Oregon * L 3-1 Oct 20 Oregon State * W 3-0 Oct 27 at Arizona * W 3-1 Oct 28 at Arizona State * W 3-1 Nov 3 Stanford * L 3-1 Nov 10 UCLA * L 3-1 Nov 11 USC * L 3-0 Nov 16 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Nov 17 at Oregon * W 3-1 Nov 24 Washington State * W 3-0 Nov 25 Washington * L 3-1 Nov 15 Santa Clara W 3-2 Dec 1 vs. Louisiana State ^ W 3-1 Dec 2 at Cal Poly ^ W 3-1 Dec 8 vs. Stanford ! L 3-0 * Pac-10 match # Cal Molten Classic Tournament – Berkeley, Calif. (1st) $ Florida International Invitational – Miami, Fla. (1st) % Golden Bear Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. (1st) ^ NCAA First and Second Rounds – San Luis Obispo, Calif. ! NCAA Regional – Austin, Texas

2007 Head Coach: Rich Feller 26-8 overall, 12-6 Pac-10 (4th), No. 4 AVCA Aug 24 Idaho # W 3-0 Aug 25 Northeastern # W 3-0 Aug 25 Florida International # W 3-0 Aug 31 vs. Central Florida $ W 3-0 Sep 1 vs. UNC-Wilmington $ W 3-0 Sep 2 at Colorado $ L 3-0 Sep 7 Utah State % W 3-0 Sep 8 E. Kentucky % W 3-0 Sep 8 Minnesota % W 3-0 Sep 14 at Santa Clara W 3-0 Sep 15 vs. Notre Dame & W 3-2 Sep 21 Stanford * L 3-1 Sep 27 UCLA * L 3-1 Sep 28 USC * L 3-1 Oct 4 at Oregon * W 3-1 Oct 5 at Oregon State * W 3-0 Oct 11 Washington * W 3-2 Oct 12 Washington State * W 3-0 Oct 18 at Arizona State * W 3-1 Oct 19 at Arizona * W 3-2 Oct 26 at USC * L 3-2 Oct 27 at UCLA * W 3-2 Nov 1 Oregon State * W 3-0 Nov 2 Oregon * W 3-0 Nov 8 at Washington State * W 3-0 Nov 9 at Washington * L 3-1 Nov 16 Arizona * W 3-0 Nov 17 Arizona State * W 3-0 Nov 23 at Stanford * L 3-2 Nov 30 vs. Liberty ^ W 3-1 Dec 1 at Duke ^ W 3-1 Dec 7 vs. Iowa State + W 3-0 Dec 8 vs. Nebraska + W 3-0 Dec 13 vs. Penn State ! L 3-0 * Pac-10 Match # Cal Molten Classic – Berkeley, Calif. $ Colorado Invitational – Boulder, Colo. % Golden Bear Invitational – Berkeley, Calif. ^ NCAA First and Second Rounds – Durham, N.C. + NCAA Regional – Madison, Wisc. ! NCAA Championship Semifinal – Sacramento, Calif. & at Santa Clara, Calif.

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GOLDEN BEAR RECORDS CAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS TOTAL KILLS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Mia Jerkov Mia Jerkov Tiffany Rochelle Lisa Arce Angie Pressey Hana Cutura Tiffany Rochelle Lisa Arce Angie Pressey Morgan Cecil

Total 701 578 568 502 487 485 484 483 463 450

Year 2003 2002 1988 1988 2006 2007 1986 1989 2007 1991

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

Name Mia Jerkov Lisa Arce Tiffany Rochelle Mia Jerkov Tiffany Rochelle Lisa Arce Morgan Cecil Angie Pressey Alicia Perry Hana Cutura

Total 1637 1428 1409 1400 1312 1220 1219 1194 1182 1159

Year 2003 1988 1988 2002 1986 1989 1991 2006 2000 2007

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

Name Samantha Carter Carli Lloyd Samantha Carter Caity Noonan Samantha Carter Holly McPeak Sienna Curci Samantha Carter Sienna Curci Kelly Bates

Total 1555 1550 1450 1442 1423 1390 1354 1349 1310 1301

Year 2003 2007 2006 2002 2005 1988 1991 2004 1993 1985

TOTAL SERVICE ACES 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Sylvie Monnet Sue Belina Kelly Bates Brook Coulter Mia Jerkov Teri Donohue Holly McPeak Teri Donohue Sienna Curci Lisa Arce Brook Coulter

Total 62 61 56 56 54 53 51 47 46 43 43

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

Name Jillian Davis Jillian Davis Lisa Arce Holly McPeak Judy Chow Lisa Arce Kelly Bates Tiffany Rochelle Kristen Kathan Jillian Davis

Total 548 538 480 464 426 422 418 416 414 398

Year 2006 2005 1988 1988 1985 1989 1985 1988 2007 2003

TOTAL BLOCKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Name Sylvie Monnet Ellen Orchard Ellen Orchard Cara Dane Carolyn Kempker Ellen Orchard Carolyn Kempker Morgan Beck Debbie Dimino Alicia Powers

Total 216 192 168 138 130 129 127 127 121 121

SINGLE-SEASON HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Year 1983 1984 1985 1998 2003 1984 1988 1985 1991 1988 1999

(minimum 3 attacks per game) Name Kills-Errors-Attacks Pct. Camille Leffall 300-63-617 .384 Camille Leffall 163-44-312 .381 Camille Leffall 253-71-525 .347 Camille Leffall 265-71-563 .345 Ellen Orchard 305-91-640 .334 Kat Reilly 147-44-317 .325 Reena Pardiwala 222-68-488 .316 Mindi Wiley 85-30-179 .307 Ellen Orchard 301-96-673 .305 Reena Pardiwala 219-80-466 .298 Sylvie Monnet 432-135-1015 .293 Jenny Swart 277-98-647 .277 Leah Young 384-111-994 .275

Year 1983 2007 2006 1990 1989 2005 1988 2006 1984 2005

CAL INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS TOTAL KILLS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Tiffany Rochelle Lisa Arce Angie Pressey Mia Jerkov Alicia Perry Cara Dane Jessica Dinaberg Gabrielle Abernathy Jenna Brown Morgan Cecil

Years 1986-89 1987-90 2004-07 2001-03 1997-00 1990-93 1994-97 2000-04 2002-05 1989-91

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

Name Lisa Arce Tiffany Rochelle Angie Pressey Alicia Perry Jessica Dinaberg Cara Dane Mia Jerkov Gabrielle Abernathy Brook Coulter Kelly Moomaw

Total 4801 4772 4208 3729 3546 3394 3381 3159 3066 2864

Years 1987-90 1986-89 2004-07 1997-00 1994-97 1990-93 2001-03 2000-04 1996-99 1984-87

TOTAL ASSISTS Name Samantha Carter Sienna Curci Holly McPeak Candace McNamee Caity Noonan Carli Lloyd Kelly Bates Lynn Guevara 9. Sara Allison 10. Teri Donohue 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Total Years 5777 2003-06 4008 1989, 91-93 3819 1987-89 3622 1998-01 2277 1999-02 1550 20071301 1985 1301 1995-96 1275 1987-90 1265 1983-85

CAREER HITTING PERCENTAGE Year 2004 2001 2002 2003 2007 2007 2001 2007 2006 2000 1983 1995 2002

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

(minimum 1,000 attacks) Name Kills-Errors-Attacks Camille Leffall 981-249-2017 Ellen Orchard 887-283-2010 Reena Pardiwala 561-216-1248 Mia Jerkov 1390-515-3381 Wei Meng 667-218-1754 Angie Pressey 1725-681-4208 Alicia Powers 887-368-2180 D. Yovino-Young 911-364-2359 Hana Cutura 877-399-2111 Leah Young 1008-391-2830

NOTE: Records date back to the 1983 season Bold denotes current Cal athlete

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Total 1814 1806 1725 1390 1348 1332 1233 1224 1113 1053

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Pct. .363 .300 .276 .259 .256 .248 .238 .232 .226 .218

Year 2001-04 2004-07 1998-01 2001-03 1985-86 2004-07 2002-05 1984-87 20061999-02


CALIFORNIA Golden Bears TOTAL SERVICE ACES 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Name Total Years Brook Coulter 162 1996-99 Tiffany Rochelle 136 1986-89 Sienna Curci 136 1989, 91-93 Lisa Arce 128 1987-90 Teri Donohue 126 1983-85 Samantha Carter 116 2003-06 Sue Belinda 102 1981-84 Candace McNamee 102 1998-01 Mia Jerkov 101 2001-03 Holly McPeak 98 1987-89

INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS

Name Jillian Davis Lisa Arce Tiffany Rochelle Jessica Dinaberg Holly McPeak Angie Pressey Tosha Comendant Jenna Brown Alicia Perry Sienna Curci

vs. Washington (10/17/02)

ATTACKS 91 Mia Jerkov

Total Years 1810 2003-06 1602 1987-90 1406 1986-89 1238 1994-97 1184 1987-89 1174 2004-07 1168 1990-93 1151 2002-05 1131 1997-00 1121 1989, 91-93

Name Total Ellen Orchard 504 Camille Leffall 438 Cara Dane 434 Alicia Powers 431 Carolyn Kempker 368 Lisa Arce 364 Diana Yovino-Young 358 Kellie Alva 351 Jenna Brown 296 Morgan Beck 296

HITTING PERCENTAGE .917 (11k, 0e, 12att) Candace McNamee

KILLS - 30 & OVER 39Mia Jerkov vs. Washington 38Mia Jerkov vs. Washington St. 37Mia Jerkov vs. Stanford 36Lisa Arce at Oregon 34Mia Jerkov vs. Santa Clara 34Mia Jerkov at Washington 33Mia Jerkov at Long Beach St. 32Mia Jerkov vs. Georgia Tech 32Mia Jerkov vs. Oregon State 32Mia Jerkov vs. USC 32Mia Jerkov at Oregon 32Lynn Patrick vs. Oregon State 31Mia Jerkov vs. Stanford 31Tiffany Rochelle at Arizona 30Mia Jerkov vs. Saint Mary’s 30Mia Jerkov vs. Washington 30Mia Jerkov vs. CS Northridge 30Alicia Perry at Oregon

vs. Oregon (10/01/99)

79 Holly McPeak 79 Sienna Curci

at Oregon (10/28/89) vs. Oregon (10/15/93)

SERVICE ACES 9 Brook Coulter at Oregon (10/16/98) Gabrielle Abernathy vs. Arizona State (09/23/04) Samantha Carter vs. Morgan State (09/03/05)

DIGS 33 Jillian Davis

at Stanford (10/01/04)

10/17/02 10/18/02 11/22/02 10/28/89 10/08/03 11/16/02 11/29/03 12/12/03 11/20/03 10/05/02 09/27/02 11/16/90 10/11/03 09/23/88 12/05/03 09/26/03 09/06/03 09/15/00

13 Ellen Orchard

at Oregon (09/15/00) 2007

ATTACKS Match 277 at Oregon State (09/16/00) Season 5540 1985

HITTING PERCENTAGE Match

.702 (43k, 3e, 57att) vs. UNC-Wilmington (09/01/07) Season .266 (1956k, 744e, 4556att) 2007

ASSISTS Match 95 Season 1790

at Oregon (09/15/00) 2003

SERVICE ACES Match 21 Season 348

vs. Wyoming (09/28/84) 1984

DIGS Match 151 vs. San Jose St. (10/11/88) Season 2956 1985

TOTAL BLOCKS

TOTAL BLOCKS Years 2004-07 2001-04 1990-93 2002-05 1986-89 1987-90 1984-87 1996-99 2002-05 2005-

Match 101 Season 1956

vs. Stanford (11/22/02)

ASSISTS

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

KILLS

KILLS 39 Mia Jerkov

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

TEAM MATCH AND SEASON RECORDS

vs. UCLA (09/27/07)

Match 34 vs. Saint Mary’s (12/03/04) Season 454.0 2007

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Best Record Most Matches Won Most Consecutive Matches Won Most Consecutive Home Matches Won Most Consecutive Games Won Most Matches Lost Most Consecutive Matches Lost

SINGLE MATCH STANDOUTS DIGS - 30 & OVER 33Jillian Davis at Stanford 32Tiffany Rochelle vs. San Jose St. 31Alexis Kollias vs. Saint Mary’s 31Lisa Arce vs. Pacific 30Alicia Perry vs. Washington 30Morgan Cecil at Arizona 30Lisa Arce at Arizona 30Wei Meng vs. Colorado State 30Sue Belina vs. Montana

10/01/04 10/11/88 12/03/04 09/27/88 10/06/00 11/22/91 09/23/88 10/12/85 09/14/84

BLOCKS - 10 & OVER 13Ellen Orchard 11Ellen Orchard 11Heather Diers 11Camille Leffall 11Jenny Swart 11Cara Dane 11Cara Dane 11Holly McPeak 11Sylvie Monnet 11Sylvie Monnet 1018 times

vs. UCLA at UCLA at Saint Mary’s vs. Santa Clara vs. Oregon at Washington vs. Oregon at Arizona at Cal Poly at Washington

09/27/07 10/27/07 10/22/02 10/23/01 09/15/95 11/03/90 11/17/90 09/23/88 10/08/83 10/15/83

25-7 (.781) 28 16 12 27 31 (11 forfeits) 25 (11 forfeits)

2003 1982 8/30/03 - 10/11/03 11/17/78 - 10/26/79 8/30/02 - 9/14/02 1985 9/10/85 - 10/13/85

TRIPLE DOUBLE (kills, digs, assists) Candace McNamee vs. Oregon State, 10/2/99 (14 kills, 14 digs, 36 assists) Alicia Perry vs. Washington State, 11/19/99 (21 kills, 19 digs, 31 assists) Alicia Perry vs. Washington, 11/20/99 (23 kills, 11 digs, 32 assists) Candace McNamee at Nevada, 9/1/00 (11 kills, 11 digs, 37 assists) Candace McNamee vs. Oregon State, 11/16/00 (11 kills, 14 digs, 41 assists)

TRIPLE DOUBLE (kills, digs, blocks) Debbie Dimino vs. Montana, 9/14/84 (16 kills, 11 digs, 10 blocks) Morgan Cecil at Oregon, 10/28/89 (18 kills, 10 digs, 10 blocks) Jenny Swart vs. Oregon, 9/15/95 (18 kills, 12 digs, 11 blocks) Leah Young at Saint Mary’s, 10/22/02 (28 kills, 11 digs, 10 blocks)

TRIPLE DOUBLE (assists, digs, blocks) Holly McPeak at Arizona, 9/23/88 (73 assists, 18 digs, 11 blocks)

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HONORS & AWARDS/POSTSEASON ALL-CONFERENCE

Sylvie Monnet (1981-83)

AVCA ALL-AMERICANS 1981 1982 1983 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007

Sylvie Monnet Sylvie Monnet Sylvie Monnet † Mia Jerkov ^ Mia Jerkov † Camille Leffall † Angie Pressey † Angie Pressey Hana Cutura †

AVCA ALL-REGION TEAM 1989 1993 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007

Lisa Arce (West) † Tiffany Rochelle (West) † Sienna Curci (West) † Mia Jerkov (Pacific) Mia Jerkov (Pacific) Camille Leffall (Pacific) Angie Pressey (Pacific) Angie Pressey (Pacific) Hana Cutura (Pacific) *

Note: Cal was a member of the NorCal Conference from 1975-1981; the NorPac Conference from 1982-1985; and the Pacific-10 Conference from 1986-present. 1979 Toody Maher Kelly McGarrey † 1980 Kim Carpenter † Toody Maher Sylvie Monnet 1981 Sylvie Monnet Lisa Newman † 1982 Denise Allen † Toody Maher Sylvie Monnet Lisa Newman 1983 Sylvie Monnet # 1985 Wei Meng Diana Yovino-Young † 1988 Tiffany Rochelle 1989 Lisa Arce Tiffany Rochelle 1990 Lisa Arce 1991 Sienna Curci 1996 Jessica Dinaberg * 1998 Alicia Perry * 1999 Brook Coulter * 2000 Alicia Perry * 2002 Mia Jerkov Leah Young * 2003 Mia Jerkov Camille Leffall * 2004 Camille Leffall Angie Pressey Gabrielle Abernathy * Samantha Carter * Alicia Powers * 2005 Angie Pressey Jenna Brown * Samantha Carter *

Rich Feller (Pacific)

Mia Jerkov Angie Pressey † Angie Pressey Hana Cutura †

ASICS/VOLLEYBALL MAGAZINE NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 2007

Rich Feller

PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Holly McPeak

1990 1991

Mia Jerkov (2002-03) 52

Diana Yovino-Young Kelly Bates

PAC-10 ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM

1987 1988 1989

NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1987

NORPAC ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM 1984 1985

Heidi Henkle Tiffany Rochelle 1987 Lisa Arce Holly McPeak # 1990 Cara Dane # Lynn Patrick 1996 Kellie Alva Brook Coulter * 1997 Alicia Perry * 2000 Gabrielle Abernathy * 2001 Camille Leffall 2002 Jenna Brown 2003 Samantha Carter Jillian Davis * Amanda Fox * 2004 Angie Pressey 2005 Morgan Beck 2006 Hana Cutura 2007 Carli Lloyd # Freshman of the Year

ASICS/VOLLEYBALL MAGAZINE ALL-AMERICANS 2003 2006 2007

Jillian Davis * Alicia Powers * 2006 Angie Pressey Morgan Beck * Jillian Davis * Ellen Orchard * 2007 Hana Cutura Angie Pressey Morgan Beck * Ellen Orchard * # Player of the Year

1986

AVCA REGIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 2003

Camille Leffall (2004)

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1992

Holly McPeak (Oct. 12) Tiffany Rochelle (Oct. 17) Holly McPeak (Sept. 12) Lisa Arce (Nov. 13) Morgan Cecil (Oct. 8) Morgan Cecil (Sept. 23) Sienna Curci (Oct. 28) Sienna Curci (Oct. 12)


CALIFORNIA Golden Bears CAL VOLLEYBALL COACHING RECORDS AIAW/NCAA APPEARANCES Chris Stanley ........................1975-83 .............. 155-119 (.566) ................................ (1981, ’82, ’83) Marlene Piper .......................1984-87 ..................61-90 (.404) .............................................. (1987) Dave DeGroot ......................1988-94 ................ 90-119 (.431) ....................................... (1988, ’89) Sue Woodstra .......................1995-98 ..................32-63 (.337) Lee Maes (Interim) ...............1998 .........................4-13 (.235) Rich Feller ...........................1999- ..................139-100 (.582) ........... (2002, ’03, ’04, ‘05, ’06, ’07)

1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996

1997

Angie Pressey, coached by Cal assistant Matt McShane (lower right), competed with USA Volleyball’s National A2 Team in 2007. 1993 1999 2000 2002 2003

2004 2005 2006

Sienna Curci (Nov. 9) Sienna Curci (Oct. 18) Candace McNamee (Oct. 4) Alicia Perry (Nov. 22) Alicia Perry (Oct. 9) Mia Jerkov (Sept. 9) Mia Jerkov (Oct. 21) Mia Jerkov (Sept. 8) Mia Jerkov (Sept. 29) Mia Jerkov (Oct. 13) Mia Jerkov (Oct. 27) Angie Pressey (Nov. 1) Angie Pressey (Sept. 26) Angie Pressey (Aug. 28)

PAC-10 TOYO TIRES SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2007

2001

2002

2003 2004

2005

Angie Pressey

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 1982 2003

1998 1999 2000

Chris Stanley (NorPac) Rich Feller (Pac-10)

2006

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 1982 1983 1988

Sylvie Monnet Sylvie Monnet Tiffany Rochelle ^ 2007

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 2007

Angie Pressey (District 8 Team)

PAC-10 ALL-ACADEMIC 1987 1988 1989

Tiffany Rochelle Tiffany Rochelle Tiffany Rochelle

Sara Allison Tosha Comendant Cara Dane * Sienna Curci † Tosha Comendant * Tosha Comendant Sienna Curci Brooke Weaver * Jessica Dinaberg * Lynn Guevara * Debbie Walery * Brooke Weaver * Sara Waltman † Kellie Alva * Jessica Dinaberg * Jennifer Kriste * Amanda Selby * Debbie Walery * Brooke Weaver * Sara Waltman Candace McNamee * Laurel Kokaska * Caity Noonan * Lisa Collette * Heather Diers * Jenna Grigsby * Reena Pardiwala * Heather Diers * Jenna Grigsby * Mia Jerkov * Caity Noonan * Leah Young * Alicia Powers * Samantha Carter * Jillian Davis * Amanda Fox * Alexis Kollias * Natalie Smart * Samantha Carter * Jillian Davis * Alexis Kollias * Alicia Powers * Angie Pressey * Samantha Carter * Vivian Cheung * Jillian Davis * Bryte Nielson * Angie Pressey * Natalie Smart * Am’ra Solomon * Angie Pressey † Kristen Kathan * Kat Reilly *

Lisa Arce (1987-90) is a 2007 inductee into the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame.

CAL ALL-DECADE TEAM (1986-96) Lisa Arce Morgan Cecil Tosha Comendant Sienna Curci Cara Dane Shaney Fink Carolyn Kempker Holly McPeak Kelly Moomaw Tiffany Rochelle* Jenny Swart Diana Yovino-Young * Cal Athlete of the Decade

Current Players in bold

NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2007

Hana Cutura - MVP Carli Lloyd Angie Pressey

Legend:

† Second Team ^ Third Team * Honorable Mention

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2008 OPPONENTS ST. JOHN’S

UC SANTA BARBARA

Haas Pavilion: Aug. 29 (Cal Molten Classic) Location ................................................ Queens, N.Y. Founded ............................................................ 1870 Enrollment ...................................................... 20,086 President ................ Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M. Athletic Director ................................ Chris Monasch Nickname .................................................. Red Storm Colors ................................................ Red and White Conference ................................................... Big East Home Arena (Cap) .......... Carnesecca Arena (6,008)

Haas Pavilion: Aug. 31 (Cal Molten Classic) Location .................................... Santa Barbara, Calif. Founded ............................................................ 1944 Enrollment ...................................................... 20,000 Chancellor ..................................... Dr. Henry T. Yang Athletic Director ..................... Dr. Gary Cunningham Nickname ..................................................... Gauchos Colors ................................................. Blue and Gold Conference .................................................. Big West Home Arena (Cap) .......... The Thunderdome (6,000)

Volleyball Information Head Coach ............................ Joanne Persico-Smith Alma Mater ....................................... Syracuse, 1987 Record (Years at St. John’s) ............... 292-164 (14) Career Record (Years) ......................... 292-164 (14) Assistant Coaches ................. Mario Treibit, Li Chen Office Phone .................................... (718) 990-1872

Volleyball Information Head Coach ........................................ Kathy Gregory Alma Mater ................... Cal State Los Angeles, 1968 Record (Years at UC Santa Barbara) . 798-346 (33) Career Record (Years) ......................... 798-346 (33) Assistant Coaches ........ Greg Gibbons, Chris Webb Office Phone .................................... (805) 893-4881

2007 Overall Record .......................................... 33-4 2007 Conference Record (Place) ........... 13-1 (t-1st) Postseason ...................... NCAA Regional Semifinal Final AVCA Ranking ...................................... No. 13 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 10/4 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 3+libero/3 Newcomers ............................................................. 3 Series with Cal ..................................... First meeting

2007 Overall Record ........................................ 14-18 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............. 6-10 (7th) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................ 9/7 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 5+libero/1 Newcomers ............................................................. 9 Series with Cal .......... UC Santa Barbara leads, 13-3

Sports Information Volleyball SID .......................................... Joe Guster Office Phone .................................... (718) 990-1523 Office Fax ......................................... (718) 969-8468 Cell Phone ........................................ (917) 273-4617 E-Mail Address ...... stjcommunications@stjohns.edu Website .............................. www.redstormsports.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID ........................................ Lisa Skvarla Office Phone .................................... (805) 893-8603 Office Fax ......................................... (805) 893-4537 Cell Phone ........................................................... N/A E-Mail Address ........ lisa.skvarla@athletics.ucsb.edu Website ................................ www.ucsbgauchos.com

Carli Lloyd helped the Bears to a 3-0 victory over Idaho in the 2007 Cal Molten Classic.

JAMES MADISON

DEPAUL

UC RIVERSIDE

Haas Pavilion: Sept. 5 (Golden Bear Invitational) Location ......................................... Harrisonburg, Va. Founded ............................................................ 1908 Enrollment ...................................................... 17,500 President .................................. Dr. Linwood H. Rose Athletic Director ...................................... Jeff Bourne Nickname ......................................................... Dukes Colors .............................................. Purple and Gold Conference ................... Colonial Athletic Association Home Arena (Cap) ............................... Sinclair Gym/ Godwin Hall (5,000)

Haas Pavilion: Sept. 6 (Golden Bear Invitational) Location .................................................. Chicago, Ill. Founded ............................................................ 1898 Enrollment ...................................................... 23,401 President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., Ed.D. Athletic Director ........................ Jean Lenti Ponsetto Nickname ............................................. Blue Demons Colors ................................... Royal Blue and Scarlet Conference ................................................... Big East Home Arena (Cap) ............... McGrath Arena (3,000)

Haas Pavilion: Sept. 6 (Golden Bear Invitational) Location ............................................ Riverside, Calif. Founded ............................................................ 1954 Enrollment ...................................................... 17,200 Chancellor ...................................... Timothy P. White Athletic Director .................................. Stan Morrison Nickname ................................................ Highlanders Colors ................................................. Blue and Gold Conference .................................................. Big West Home Arena (Cap) ......... Student Recreation Center (3,168)

Volleyball Information Head Coach ............................................ Disa Garner Alma Mater ............................................ Illinois, 1988 Record (Years at James Madison) ......... 133-92 (8) Career Record (Years) ......................... 187-229 (14) Assistant Coaches ........ Ryan Parker, Brian Grimes Office Phone .................................... (540) 568-6154 2007 Overall Record ........................................ 17-13 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............... 7-7 (5th) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................ 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 5/1+libero Newcomers ............................................................. 5 Series with Cal ..................................... First Meeting Sports Information Volleyball SID ...................................... Kevin Warner Office Phone .................................... (540) 568-6154 Office Fax ......................................... (540) 568-3703 Cell Phone ........................................ (540) 271-4932 E-Mail Address ........................... warnerka@jmu.edu Website ...................................... www.jmusports.com

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Volleyball Information Head Coach ......................................... Amy Kleyweg Alma Mater ............................................... USF, 1996 Record (Years at DePaul) .......................... 12-46 (2) Career Record (Years) ............................... 12-46 (2) Assistant Coach .......................... Matthew Jennings Office Phone .................................... (773) 325-7250 2007 Overall Record .......................................... 7-21 2007 Conference Record (Place) ........... 2-12 (13th) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................ 9/5 Starters Returning/Lost ...................................... 5/1 Newcomers ............................................................. 4 Series with Cal ..................................... First Meeting Sports Information Volleyball SID ....................................... Alicia Powers Office Phone .................................... (773) 325-4740 Office Fax ......................................... (773) 325-7531 Cell Phone ........................................................... N/A E-Mail Address ..................... apowers1@depaul.edu Website ....................... www.depaulbluedemons.com

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Volleyball Information Head Coach ........................................ Sue Gozansky Alma Mater .......................... Cal Poly Pomona, 1968 Record (Years at UC Riverside) ..... 672-496-16 (38) Career Record (Years) .................... 672-496-16 (38) Assistant Coach .......................................... Nir Ofer Office Phone .................................... (951) 827-5439 2007 Overall Record .......................................... 6-21 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............. 2-14 (8th) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 12/3 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 5+libero/1 Newcomers ............................................................. 4 Series with Cal ............................................. tied, 1-1 Sports Information Volleyball SID ...................................... John Maxwell Office Phone .................................... (951) 827-4571 Office Fax ......................................... (951) 827-5889 Cell Phone ........................................................... N/A E-Mail Address ...................... john.maxwell@ucr.edu Website ................................... www.athletics.ucr.edu


CALIFORNIA Golden Bears MINNESOTA

NOTRE DAME

CAL POLY

Minneapolis, Minn.: Sept. 12 (Diet Coke Classic) Location ....................................... Minneapolis, Minn. Founded ............................................................ 1851 Enrollment ...................................................... 50,402 President .................................... Robert H. Bruininks Athletic Director ...................................... Joel Maturi Nickname ......................................... Golden Gophers Colors ............................................ Maroon and Gold Conference .................................................... Big Ten Home Arena (Cap) ................ Sports Pavilion (5,700)

Minneapolis, Minn.: Sept. 13 (Diet Coke Classic) Location .......................................... Notre Dame, Ind. Founded ............................................................ 1842 Enrollment ...................................................... 11,417 President ...................... Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Athletic Director ................................ Jack Swarbrick Nickname .............................................. Fighting Irish Colors ................................................. Gold and Blue Conference ................................................... Big East Home Arena (Cap) ................. Joyce Center (11,418)

Minneapolis, Minn.: Sept. 14 (Diet Coke Classic) Location ................................ San Luis Obispo, Calif. Founded ............................................................ 1901 Enrollment ...................................................... 19,777 President ................................... Dr. Warren J. Baker Director of Athletics .............................. Alison Cone Nickname ................................................... Mustangs Colors .......... Forest Green, Copper and Vegas Gold Conference .................................................. Big West Home Arena (Cap) ........................ Mott Gym (3,032)

Volleyball Information Head Coach ............................................ Mike Hebert Alma Mater ......................... UC Santa Barbara, 1966 Record (Years at Minnesota) ............... 301-111 (12) Career Record (Years) ......................... 873-368 (32) Assistant Coaches ....... Scott Swanson, Laura Bush Office Phone .................................... (612) 624-6533

Volleyball Information Head Coach ........................................ Debbie Brown Alma Mater ................................. Arizona State, 1982 Record (Years at Notre Dame) ............ 407-149 (17) Career Record (Years) ......................... 524-232 (23) Assistant Coaches ... Greg Smith, Matthew Botsford Office Phone .................................... (574) 631-4840

Volleyball Information Head Coach ....................................... Jon Stevenson Alma Mater ......................... UC Santa Barbara, 1980 Record (Years at Cal Poly) ........................ 65-20 (3) Career Record (Years) ............................. 148-87 (8) Assistant Coach ................................. Mike Johnson Office Phone .................................... (805) 756-2371

2007 Overall Record ........................................ 18-13 2007 Conference Record (Place) ........... 11-9 (t-3rd) Postseason .................................. NCAA First Round Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................ 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 5+libero/1 Newcomers ............................................................. 5 Series with Cal ............................................. tied, 2-2

2007 Overall Record ........................................ 15-13 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............... 9-5 (4th) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 11/2 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 4+libero/2 Newcomers ............................................................. 4 Series with Cal .................................... Cal leads, 2-1

2007 Overall Record .......................................... 23-8 2007 Conference Record (Place) .............. 15-1 (1st) Postseason ...................... NCAA Regional Semifinal Final AVCA Ranking ....................................... No. 11 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 5/1+libero Newcomers ............................................................. 6 Series with Cal .................................... Cal leads, 7-6

Sports Information Volleyball SID ...................................... Steven Geller Office Phone .................................... (612) 624-9396 Office Fax ......................................... (612) 625-0359 Cell Phone ........................................ (612) 210-2380 E-Mail Address ........................... gelle014@umn.edu Website ................................. www.gophersports.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID ........................................ Alan George Office Phone .................................... (574) 631-3397 Office Fax ......................................... (574) 631-7941 Cell Phone ........................................ (574) 340-3977 E-Mail Address ............................ ageorge2@nd.edu Website ................................................ www.und.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID ................................ Chris Giovannetti Office Phone .................................... (805) 756-7513 Office Fax ......................................... (805) 756-2650 Cell Phone ........................................ (805) 215-5505 E-Mail Address ...................... cgiovann@calpoly.edu Website ........................................... www.gopoly.com

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE Fullerton, Calif.: Sept. 19 (Crowne Plaza Volleyball Classic) Location ....................................... New Britain, Conn. Founded ............................................................ 1849 Enrollment ...................................................... 12,000 President ............................................ Dr. Jack Miller Athletic Director ......................... Charles “CJ” Jones Nickname ................................................. Blue Devils Colors ................................................ Blue and White Conference ................................................ Northeast Home Arena (Cap) ... William H. Detrick Gymnasium (2,654) Volleyball Information Head Coach ........................................ Linda Sagnelli Alma Mater ...................................... C.W. Post, 1983 Record (Years at Central Conn. State) ... 140-95 (8) Career Record (Years) ......................... 268-277 (22) Assistant Coach ...................................... Greg Shell Office Phone .................................... (860) 832-3056 2007 Overall Record .......................................... 23-7 2007 Conference Record (Place) .............. 7-1 (2nd) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 10/4 Starters Returning/Lost .......................... 4+libero /2 Newcomers ............................................................. 3 Series with Cal ..................................... First Meeting Sports Information Volleyball SID .................................... Daniel Forcella Office Phone .................................... (860) 832-3059 Office Fax ......................................... (860) 832-3084 Cell Phone ........................................................... N/A E-Mail Address ................................................... TBA Website .............................. www.ccsubluedevils.com

SAN FRANCISCO

CAL STATE FULLERTON

Fullerton, Calif.: Sept. 20 (Crowne Plaza Volleyball Classic) Location .................................... San Francisco, Calif. Founded ............................................................ 1855 Enrollment ........................................................ 8,000 President ......................... Fr. Stephen A. Privett, S.J. Athletic Director ........................... Debra Gore-Mann Nickname ........................................................... Dons Colors .............................................. Green and Gold Conference ............................................. West Coast Home Arena (Cap) ......... War Memorial Gym (5,300)

Fullerton, Calif.: Sept. 20 (Crowne Plaza Volleyball Classic) Location ............................................. Fullerton, Calif. Founded ............................................................ 1957 Enrollment ...................................................... 37,000 President ................................... Dr. Milton A. Gordon Athletic Director ..................................... Brian Quinn Nickname ......................................................... Titans Colors ................................. Navy, Orange and White Conference .................................................. Big West Home Arena (Cap) ............ Titan Gymnasium (4,000)

Volleyball Information Head Coach ............................................ Gilad Doron Alma Mater .......................................... Temple, 2000 Record (Years at San Francisco) ............. 17-13 (1) Career Record (Years) ............................... 63-57 (4) Assistant Coaches Dan Fisher, Samantha Hastings Office Phone .................................... (415) 422-2908

Volleyball Information Head Coach .............................. Carolyn Zimmerman Alma Mater .................................... Pepperdine, 1992 Record (Years at Cal State Fullerton) .... 73-104 (6) Career Record (Years) ............................. 73-104 (6) Assistant Coaches ........ Vinh Nguyen, Mitch Kallick Office Phone .................................... (714) 278-7751

2007 Overall Record ........................................ 17-13 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............... 6-8 (5th) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................ 9/5 Starters Returning/Lost .......................... 4+libero /2 Newcomers ............................................................. 6 Series with Cal .................................. Cal leads, 33-0

2007 Overall Record ........................................ 15-15 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............. 7-9 (t-5th) Postseason ...................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ........................................ None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................ 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost ........................... 4+libero/2 Newcomers ............................................................. 7 Series with Cal .................................... Cal leads, 4-1

Sports Information Volleyball SID ..................................... Ryan McCrary Office Phone .................................... (415) 422-6162 Office Fax ......................................... (415) 422-2929 Cell Phone ........................................................... N/A E-Mail Address .......................... mccrary@usfca.edu Website ......................................... www.usfdons.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID ................................ Michael Greenlee Office Phone .................................... (714) 278-3081 Office Fax ......................................... (714) 278-3141 Cell Phone ........................................................... N/A E-Mail Address ................. mgreenlee@fullerton.edu Website ................................ www.fullertontitans.com

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OREGON

WASHINGTON

ARIZONA STATE

Haas Pavilion: Sept. 26 / Eugene, Ore.: Nov. 28 Location ................................................. Eugene, Ore. Founded ............................................................. 1876 Enrollment ....................................................... 20,394 President ....................................... Dave Frohnmayer Athletic Director ..................................... Pat Kilkenny Nickname .......................................................... Ducks Colors ............... Thunder Green and Lightning Yellow Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ................ McArthur Court (9,087)

Seattle, Wash.: Oct. 3 / Haas Pavilion: Nov. 2 Location ............................................... Corvallis, Ore. Founded ............................................................. 1861 Enrollment ....................................................... 40,218 President ......................................... Dr. Mark Emmert Athletic Director ............................... Scott Woodward Nickname ....................................................... Huskies Colors ............................................... Purple and Gold Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) .. Bank of America Arena (10,000)

Haas Pavilion: Oct. 10 / Tempe, Ariz.: Nov. 8 Location .................................................. Tempe, Ariz. Founded ............................................................. 1885 Enrollment ....................................................... 63,278 President ......................................... Dr. Michael Crow Athletic Director .......................................... Lisa Love Nickname ................................................... Sun Devils Colors ............................................. Maroon and Gold Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ......... Wells Fargo Arena (14,198)

Volleyball Information Head Coach ............................................... Jim Moore Alma Mater .......................... Long Beach State, 1980 Record (Years at Oregon) .......................... 51-41 (3) Career Record (Years) .......................... 403-197 (19) Assistant Coaches ............... Tina Johnson-Lockhart, Stacy Metro Office Phone ..................................... (541) 346-5410

Volleyball Information Head Coach ....................................... Jim McLaughlin Alma Mater .......................... UC Santa Barbara, 1985 Record (Years at Washington) ................ 170-49 (7) Career Record (Years) .......................... 394-167 (18) Assistant Coaches ...................... Leslie Tuiasosopo, Jose Gandara Office Phone ..................................... (206) 616-9060

Volleyball Information Head Coach ......................................... Jason Watson Alma Mater ................................................ BYU, 1995 Record (Years at Arizona State) ................ First year Career Record (Years) ................................ 74-18 (3) Assistant Coach ............................... Brent Alderidge Office Phone ..................................... (480) 965-2035

2007 Overall Record ......................................... 22-11 2007 Conference Record (Place) ................ 9-9 (4th) Postseason ....................... NCAA Regional Semifinal Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... No. 9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 10/1 Starters Returning/Lost ............................ 6+libero/1 Newcomers .............................................................. 2 Series with Cal ................................. Cal leads, 45-13

2007 Overall Record ........................................... 27-4 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............. 15-3 (2nd) Postseason ............................. NCAA Second Round Final AVCA Ranking ....................................... No. 10 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................. 9/5 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 3/3 Newcomers .............................................................. 5 Series with Cal ................... Washington leads, 28-21

Sports Information Volleyball SID ....................................... Geoff Thurner Office Phone ..................................... (541) 346-2250 Office Fax .......................................... (541) 346-5449 Cell Phone ......................................... (541) 915-0031 E-Mail Address ...................... gthurner@uoregon.edu Website ......................................... www.goducks.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID .................................... Andrea Chaknis Office Phone ..................................... (206) 685-3120 Office Fax .......................................... (206) 543-5000 Cell Phone ............................................................ N/A E-Mail Address .......... achaknis@ica.washington.edu Website ...................................... www.gohuskies.com

2007 Overall Record ......................................... 15-16 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............... 7-11 (7th) Postseason ....................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................. 7/7 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 3/2 Newcomers .............................................................. 6 Series with Cal ................. Arizona State leads, 27-21 Sports Information Volleyball SID .......................................... Kerry Howe Office Phone ..................................... (480) 965-1237 Office Fax .......................................... (480) 965-5408 Cell Phone ......................................... (480) 254-8345 E-Mail Address ......................... kerry.howe@asu.edu Website ................................... www.thesundevils.com

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WASHINGTON STATE

ARIZONA

Haas Pavilion: Sept. 28 / Corvallis, Ore.: Nov. 26 Location ............................................... Corvallis, Ore. Founded ............................................................. 1868 Enrollment ....................................................... 19,700 President ........................................... Dr. Edward Ray Athletic Director ................................. Bob De Carolis Nickname ....................................................... Beavers Colors ............................................ Orange and Black Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ................. Gill Coliseum (10,400)

Pullman, Wash.: Oct. 4 / Haas Pavilion: Oct. 31 Location ............................................. Pullman, Wash. Founded ............................................................. 1890 Enrollment ....................................................... 23,000 President ....................................... Dr. Elson S. Floyd Athletic Director .......................................... Jim Sterk Nickname ...................................................... Cougars Colors ............................................ Crimson and Gray Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ...................... Bohler Gym (3,000)

Haas Pavilion: Oct. 11 / Tucson, Ariz.: Nov. 7 Location ................................................. Tucson, Ariz. Founded ............................................................. 1885 Enrollment ....................................................... 35,400 President ...................................... Dr. Robert Shelton Athletic Director .................................. Jim Livengood Nickname ...................................................... Wildcats Colors ........................................... Cardinal and Navy Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ............... McKale Center (14,545)

Volleyball Information Head Coach ...................................... Taras Liskevych Alma Mater ............................................ Loyola, 1970 Record (Years at Oregon State) ................ 24-57 (3) Career Record (Years) .......................... 291-141 (12) Assistant Coaches ..... Mark Barnard, Laura Benzing Office Phone ..................................... (541) 737-7490

Volleyball Information Head Coach ........................................ Andrew Palileo Alma Mater ............................... Crown College, 1991 Record (Years at Washington State) ......... First year Career Record (Years) ........................... 239-141 (11) Assistant Coaches ..... Brian Lamppa, TeAna Tramel Office Phone ..................................... (509) 335-0277

Volleyball Information Head Coach ............................................ David Rubio Alma Mater ...................... Cal State Northridge, 1982 Record (Years at Arizona) .................... 305-175 (16) Career Record (Years) .......................... 427-241 (21) Assistant Coaches ....... Steve Walker, Allison Napier Office Phone ..................................... (520) 621-4885

2007 Overall Record ......................................... 10-20 2007 Conference Record (Place) .............. 3-15 (9th) Postseason ....................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost ............................ 5+libero/2 Newcomers .............................................................. 2 Series with Cal ................................. Cal leads, 35-17

2007 Overall Record ......................................... 10-22 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............ 1-17 (10th) Postseason ....................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................. 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost ............................ 2+libero/3 Newcomers .............................................................. 4 Series with Cal ................................. Cal leads, 28-22

2007 Overall Record ......................................... 14-17 2007 Conference Record (Place) .............. 4-14 (8th) Postseason ....................................................... None Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 11/4 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 3/2 Newcomers .............................................................. 5 Series with Cal .......................... Arizona leads, 32-14

Sports Information Volleyball SID ................................. Melody Stockwell Office Phone ..................................... (541) 737-8588 Office Fax .......................................... (541) 737-3072 Cell Phone ......................................... (541) 230-4482 E-Mail Address .. melody.stockwell@oregonstate.edu Website .................................... www.osubeavers.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID ....................................... Linda Chalich Office Phone ..................................... (509) 335-0268 Office Fax .......................................... (509) 335-0267 Cell Phone ......................................... (509) 432-3263 E-Mail Address ................................ lindak@wsu.edu Website ................................... www.wsucougars.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID .................................. Charles Renning Office Phone ..................................... (520) 621-4163 Office Fax .......................................... (520) 621-2681 Cell Phone ............................................................ N/A E-Mail Address ............... renning@email.arizona.edu Website .............................. www.arizonaathletics.com

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STANFORD

UCLA

USC

Stanford, Calif.: Oct. 19 / Haas Pavilion: Nov. 14 Location .............................................. Stanford, Calif. Founded ............................................................. 1891 Enrollment ....................................................... 13,198 President ........................................... John Hennessy Athletic Director .................................... Bob Bowlsby Nickname ....................................................... Cardinal Colors .......................................... Cardinal and White Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ............... Maples Pavilion (7,233)

Los Angeles: Oct. 24 / Haas Pavilion: Nov. 21 Location .................................................. Los Angeles Founded ............................................................. 1919 Enrollment ....................................................... 38,000 Chancellor .......................................... Dr. Gene Block Athletic Director ................................... Dan Guerrero Nickname .......................................................... Bruins Colors .................................................. Blue and Gold Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ................ Pauley Pavilion (4,500)

Los Angeles: Oct. 25 / Haas Pavilion: Nov. 22 Location .................................................. Los Angeles Founded ............................................................. 1880 Enrollment ....................................................... 33,000 President ...................................... Dr. Steven Sample Athletic Director ..................................... Mike Garrett Nickname ............................. Trojans / Women of Troy Colors ............................................ Cardinal and Gold Conference ...................................................... Pac-10 Home Arena (Cap) ................. Galen Center (10,258)

Volleyball Information Head Coach .......................................... John Dunning Alma Mater ............................. San Diego State, 1973 Record (Years at Stanford) ...................... 208-33 (7) Career Record (Years) .......................... 645-135 (23) Assistant Coaches . Denise Corlett, Jason Mansfield Office Phone ..................................... (650) 724-7654

Volleyball Information Head Coach .................................. Andy Banachowski Alma Mater ............................................. UCLA, 1968 Record (Years at UCLA) .................... 1,060-281 (41) Career Record (Years) ....................... 1,060-281 (41) Assistant Coaches .............. Kim Jagd, Dan Conners Office Phone ..................................... (310) 206-6839

Volleyball Information Head Coach .............................................. Mick Haley Alma Mater ........................................ Ball State, 1965 Record (Years at USC) ............................. 187-32 (7) Career Record (Years) ....................... 960-220-1 (31) Assistant Coaches ........ Cookie Stevens, Tim Nollan Office Phone ..................................... (213) 740-4151

2007 Overall Record ........................................... 32-3 2007 Conference Record (Place) ............... 16-2 (1st) Postseason ..................................... 2nd, NCAA Final Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... No. 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 10/2 Starters Returning/Lost ............................ 5+libero/2 Newcomers .............................................................. 3 Series with Cal ........................... Stanford leads, 61-6

2007 Overall Record ......................................... 23-11 2007 Conference Record (Place) .............. 9-9 (t-5th) Postseason .............................. NCAA Regional Final Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... No. 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 11/4 Starters Returning/Lost ............................ 5+libero/1 Newcomers ............................................................ 10 Series with Cal ............................... UCLA leads, 51-2

2007 Overall Record ........................................... 29-5 2007 Conference Record (Place) .............. 14-4 (3rd) Postseason .............. NCAA Championship Semifinal Final AVCA Ranking ......................................... No. 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 10/8 Starters Returning/Lost ............................ 4+libero/3 Newcomers .............................................................. 6 Series with Cal ................................. USC leads, 40-8

Sports Information Volleyball SID .................................. Kendall Johnson Office Phone ..................................... (650) 723-0996 Office Fax .......................................... (650) 725-2957 Cell Phone ......................................... (206) 214-5583 E-Mail Address ....................... kendallj@stanford.edu Website ...................................... www.gostanford.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID ................................... James Ybiernas Office Phone ..................................... (310) 206-8123 Office Fax .......................................... (310) 825-8664 Cell Phone ......................................... (818) 635-8873 E-Mail Address ................ jamesy@athletics.ucla.edu Website ...................................... www.uclabruins.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID .................................... Jason Pommier Office Phone ..................................... (213) 740-3807 Office Fax .......................................... (213) 740-7584 Cell Phone ......................................... (213) 725-3529 E-Mail Address ............................. pommier@usc.edu Website ...................................... www.usctrojans.com

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PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE

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PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE 1350 Treat Boulevard, Suite 500 Walnut Creek, Calif. 94597-8853 Phone: (925) 932-4411 Fax: (925) 932-4601 www.Pac-10.org Commissioner: Thomas C. Hansen Associate Commissioner, Administration and Women’s Basketball Administration: Christine Hoyles Associate Commissioner, Communications and Football Administration: Jim Muldoon Associate Commissioner, Electronic Communications: Duane Lindberg Associate Commissioner, Compliance: Mike Matthews Associate Commissioner, Business and Finance: Scott Sabatino Associate Commissioner, Governance and Enforcement: Ron Barker Associate Commissioner, Olympic Sports and Student-Athlete Programs: Chris Dawson Assistant Commissioner, Communications and Men’s Basketball Administration: Dave Hirsch Assistant Commissioner, Communications: Bri Niemi Assistant Commissioner, Governance and Enforcement: Tammy Newman Assistant Commissioner, Compliance: Erik Price Assistant Commissioner, Championships: Heather Perry Assistant Commissioner, Business and Finance: Kathy Lynch Assistant Commissioner, Office Management: Pat Cesnik Director of Video & Internet Operations: Kristina Case Assistant Director of Business and Finance: Lina Diaz Coordinator of Football Officiating: Dave Cutaia Director of Instant Replay: Verle Sorgen Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating: Bill McCabe Coordinator of Women’s Basketball Officiating: Gooch Foster Coordinator of Women’s Volleyball Officiating: Charlie Brown Coordinator of Baseball Officiating: Dan Pedersen Coordinator of Softball Officiating: Joanne Venditto Communications Interns: Maggie Emmons, Gina Verlengiere Administrative Fellow: Nicole Goyette Championships Programs Manager: Kris Berndt Historian: Wiles Hallock Administrative Assistants: Wendy Heredia, Felicia McDaniel, Pat Ricks, Michelle Zumalt

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ntering the 2008-09 season, the Pacific10 Conference continues to uphold its tradition as the “Conference of Champions.”® Pac-10 members have claimed an There is little argument that the Pacificincredible 159 NCAA team titles over the past 10 Conference is the nation’s strongest in 18 seasons, for an average of more than eight the sport of women’s volleyball. Since the championships per academic year. beginning of the NCAA Volleyball ChamEven more impressive is the breadth of the pionships in 1981, a Pac-10 institution Pac-10’s success, as those 159 team titles has won the national title 13 times, and have come in 26 different men’s and women’s finished as runner-up on an additional 12 sports. The Pac-10 has led the nation in NCAA occasions. Championships 42 of the last 48 years and Only one conference in the nation has finished second five times. sent each of its members to at least one Spanning nearly a century of outstanding NCAA Tournament - the Pac-10. The conathletics achievement, the Pac-10 has captured ference has routinely sent four or more 372 NCAA titles (259 men’s, 113 women’s), far representatives each season to the NCAA outdistancing the runner-up Big Ten ConferTournament, topped by eight participants in ence’s 217 titles. 2002. Five NCAA Championship matches The Pac-10 captured 13 NCAA titles in 2007have featured Pac-10 teams battling each 08 to lead the nation, finishing just one shy of other for the national crown. the all-time Division I record of 14 titles, set Pac-10 volleyball history dates back by the Pac-10 in 1996-97. It should be noted to 1986, when the Conference began that the Pac-10 total does not include CALIsponsoring women’s athletics. Since then, FORNIA’s national championship in men’s over 85 Pac-10 athletes have garnered rugby or STANFORD’s national championship All-America honors from the American Volin women’s synchronized swimming, as they leyball Coaches Association (AVCA). Those are not counted as NCAA titles. The Pac-10 individuals have collected over 140 Allled the nation with the most NCAA titles in America certificates, including eight AVCA women’s sports with eight. National Player of the Year winners. Individually, the Conference has produced Cal has made 11 NCAA Tournament an impressive number of NCAA men’s indiappearances (1982, ‘83, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘02, vidual champions as well, claiming 1,162 NCAA ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ’06 and ‘07), making the round individual crowns. of 16 for the first time in school history in Since the NCAA began conducting women’s 2003, and again in 2006 and 2007. The trip championships 27 years ago, Pac-10 members in 2007 yielded the best result yet as the have claimed at least four national titles in a Bears advanced to the NCAA championsingle season on 19 occasions. Overall, the ship semifinal for the first time in school Pac-10 has captured 113 NCAA women’s history. Cal also finished fifth in the 1991 crowns, easily outdistancing the SEC, which National Invitational Volleyball Championis second with 72. Pac-10 members have ship (NIVC), and was 10th at the 1981 AIAW dominated a number of sports, winning 20 National Championship. softball titles, 18 tennis crowns, 13 of the last 18 volleyball titles, 12 of the last 19 trophies in golf and 10 in swimming and diving. Pac-10 women athDay/Date Match Time local to site letes shine nationally Fri., Oct. 10 Arizona State at California 7:00 p.m. on an individual basis Fri., Oct. 31 Washington State at California 7:00 p.m. Fri., Nov. 14 Stanford at California 7:00 p.m. as well, having captured an unmatched 511 NCAA individual titles, an average of more than 18 champions per season. Day/Date Match Time local to site The Pac-10 sponSat., Sept. 27 Washington State at Arizona State 3:00 p.m. sors 11 men’s sports Sun., Oct. 5 Stanford at Washington 12:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 12 Oregon State at Oregon 12:30 p.m. a n d 11 w o m e n ’s Sun., Oct. 19 California at Stanford 12:30 p.m. sports. Additionally, Fri., Oct. 24 Stanford at USC 8:00 p.m. the Conference is a Sun., Oct. 26 Stanford at UCLA 12:30 p.m. member of the MounSun., Nov. 2 Arizona at Arizona State 1:30 p.m. tain Pacific Sports Sun., Nov. 9 UCLA at Washington 1:00 p.m. Federation (MPSF) Sun., Nov. 16 Washington at Oregon 12:30 p.m. in four other men’s Sat., Nov. 22 USC at California *5:00 p.m. sports and two other Fri., Nov. 28 USC at UCLA 3:00 p.m. women’s sports.

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2008 MEDIA OUTLETS/PAC-10 SCHEDULE MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT Associated Press 303 2nd Street, Suite 680 North San Francisco, CA 94107 Sports Editor: Greg Beacham E-mail: gbeacham@ap.org Phone: (415) 495-1708 Fax: (415) 495-4967 Website: www.ap.org BAY AREA NEWS GROUP Contra Costa Times/ Oakland Tribune P.O. Box 5088 Walnut Creek, CA 94596 Sports Editor: Tom Barnidge Beat: Jonathan Okanes E-mail: jokanes@yahoo.com Phone: (925) 943-8261 Fax: (925) 930-6150 Website: www.cctimes.com, www.oaklandtribune.com

Marin Independent-Journal 150 Alameda del Prado Novato, CA 94948 Sports Editor: Dave Allen E-mail: dallen@marinij.com Phone: (415) 382-7298 Fax: (415) 883-5458 Website: www.marinij.com

San Jose Mercury-News 750 Ridder Park Dr. San Jose, CA 95131 Sports Editor: Bud Geracie E-mail: sports@mercurynews.com Phone: (408) 920-5354 Fax: (408) 920-5244 Website: www.mercurynews.com

Napa Valley Register 1615 Second St. Napa, CA 94559 Sports Editor: Randy Johnson E-mail: rjohnson@napanews.com Phone: (707) 256-2222 Fax: (707) 224-3963 Website: www.napavalleyregister.com

Santa Rosa Press-Democrat P.O. Box 569 Santa Rosa, CA 95402 Sports Editor: James Barger E-mail: jbarger@pressdemocrat.com Phone: (707) 526-8500 Fax: (707) 521-5283 Website: www.pressdemocrat.com

San Francisco Chronicle 901 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94103 Sports Editor: Glenn Schwarz Beat: Rusty Simmons E-mail: rsimmons@sfchronicle.com Phone: (415) 777-7201 Fax: (415) 543-3754 Website: www.sfgate.com

Daily Californian (Student) Sports Editor Eshleman Hall Berkeley, CA 94720 E-mail: sports@dailycal.org Phone: (510) 548-8300 Fax: (510) 849-2803 Website: www.dailycal.org

San Francisco Examiner 450 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94105 Sports Editor: Steve Drumwright Columnist: Glenn Dickey E-mail: glenndickey@hotmail.com Phone: (415) 359-2728 Fax: (415) 359-2766 Website: www.examiner.com

TELEVISION KGO-TV (ABC, Channel 7) Larry Beil, Mike Shumann 900 Front St. San Francisco, CA 94111 (415) 954-7934 Fax: 956-6402 www.kgo.com

KPIX-TV (CBS, Channel 5) Dennis O’Donnell, Kim Coyle 855 Battery St. San Francisco, CA 94111 (415) 765-8776 Fax: 765-8973 www.cbs5.com KRON-TV (Channel 4) Gary Radnich, Vernon Glenn 1001 Van Ness San Francisco, CA 94109 (415) 561-8981 Fax: 561-8136 www.kron.com KTVU-TV (FOX, Channel 2) Mark Ibanez, Joe Fonzi, Fred Inglis No. 2, Jack London Square Oakland, CA 94607 (510) 874-0242 Fax: 451-2610 www.ktvu.com

KNTV-TV (NBC, Channel 11) Raj Mathai, Daryl Hawks 2450 N. First Street San Jose, CA 95131 (408) 286-1111 Fax: 286-1530 www.nbc11.com

RADIO KGO Radio (810 AM) – Flagship Rich Walcoff, Larry Kruger 900 Front St. San Francisco, CA 94111 (415) 954-8142 Fax: 954-8686 www.kgo.com KALX Radio (90.7 FM) (Student) Sports Director 26 Barrows Hall #5650 Berkeley, CA 94720 (510) 642-1111 Fax: 642-9715 kalx.berkeley.edu KCBS Radio (740 AM) Hal Ramey, Steve Bitker, Dave Lewis 865 Battery Street San Francisco, CA 94111 (415) 765-4062 Fax: 765-4080 www.kcbs.com KNBR Radio (680 AM/1050 AM) Hosts: Brian Murphy, Rod Brooks, Paul McCaffrey, Gary Radnich, Tom Fitzgerald, Ralph Barbieri, Tom Tolbert, Damon Bruce 55 Hawthorne St. San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 995-6808 (KNBR 680) (415) 864-1050 (KNBR 1050) Fax: 995-6835 www.knbr.com

2008 PAC-10 COMPOSITE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Fri., Sept. 26 WASHINGTON STATE at ARIZONA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON at ARIZONA STATE*, 7 p.m. OREGON at CALIFORNIA*, 7 p.m. OREGON STATE at STANFORD*, 7 p.m. UCLA at USC*, 7 p.m. Sat., Sept. 27 WASHINGTON at ARIZONA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON STATE at ARIZONA STATE*, 3 p.m. (FSN) OREGON at STANFORD*, 7 p.m. Sun., Sept. 28 OREGON STATE at CALIFORNIA*, 1 p.m. Wed., Oct. 1 ARIZONA STATE at ARIZONA*, 7 p.m. Fri., Oct. 3 CALIFORNIA at WASHINGTON*, 7 p.m. UCLA at OREGON*, 7 p.m. USC at OREGON STATE*, 7 p.m. STANFORD at WASHINGTON STATE*, 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 4 CALIFORNIA at WASHINGTON STATE*, 7 p.m. USC at OREGON*, 7 p.m. UCLA at OREGON STATE*, 7 p.m. Sun., Oct. 5 STANFORD at WASHINGTON*, 12:30 p.m. (FSN) Fri., Oct. 10 ARIZONA at STANFORD*, 7 p.m. ARIZONA STATE at CALIFORNIA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON at UCLA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON STATE at USC*, 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 11 ARIZONA at CALIFORNIA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON STATE at UCLA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON at USC, 7 p.m.

Sun., Oct. 12 ARIZONA STATE at STANFORD*, 2 p.m. OREGON STATE at OREGON*, 12:30 p.m. (FSN) Fri., Oct. 17 UCLA at ARIZONA*, 7 p.m. USC at ARIZONA STATE*, 7 p.m. OREGON at WASHINGTON*, 7 p.m. OREGON STATE at WASHINGTON STATE*, 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 18 UCLA at ARIZONA STATE*, 7 p.m. Sun., Oct. 19 CALIFORNIA at STANFORD*, 12:30 p.m. (FSN) USC at ARIZONA*, 1 p.m. OREGON at WASHINGTON STATE*, 1 p.m. OREGON STATE at WASHINGTON*, 7 p.m. Fri., Oct. 24 ARIZONA at OREGON STATE*, 7 p.m. ARIZONA STATE at OREGON*, 7 p.m. CALIFORNIA at UCLA*, 7 p.m. STANFORD at USC*, 8 p.m. (FSN) WASHINGTON STATE at WASHINGTON*, 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 25 ARIZONA at OREGON*, 7 p.m. ARIZONA STATE at OREGON STATE*, 7 p.m. CALIFORNIA at USC*, 7 p.m. Sun., Oct. 26 STANFORD at UCLA*, 12:30 p.m. (FSN) Fri., Oct. 31 WASHINGTON STATE at CALIFORNIA*, 7 p.m. OREGON at USC*, 7 p.m. OREGON STATE at UCLA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON at STANFORD*, 7 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 1 OREGON at UCLA*, 7 p.m. Sun., Nov. 2 ARIZONA at ARIZONA STATE*, TBA (FSN) WASHINGTON at CALIFORNIA*, 1 p.m. OREGON STATE at USC*, TBD WASHINGTON STATE at STANFORD*, 2 p.m. Fri., Nov. 7 CALIFORNIA at ARIZONA*, 7 p.m. STANFORD at ARIZONA STATE*, 7 p.m. OREGON at OREGON STATE*, 7 p.m. UCLA at WASHINGTON STATE*, 7 p.m. USC at WASHINGTON*, 7 p.m.

Fri., Nov. 21 OREGON at ARIZONA*, 7 p.m. OREGON STATE at ARIZONA STATE*, 7 p.m. USC at STANFORD*, 7 p.m. UCLA at CALIFORNIA*, 5 p.m. WASHINGTON at WASHINGTON STATE*, 7 p.m. Sat., Nov. 22 OREGON at ARIZONA STATE*, 7 p.m. UCLA at STANFORD*, 7 p.m. USC at CALIFORNIA*, 5 p.m. (FSN) Sun., Nov. 23 OREGON STATE at ARIZONA*, 12 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 8 STANFORD at ARIZONA*, 7 p.m. CALIFORNIA at ARIZONA STATE*, 7 p.m.

Wed., Nov. 26 CALIFORNIA at OREGON STATE*, 4:30 p.m. STANFORD at OREGON*, 7 p.m.

Sun., Nov. 9 UCLA at WASHINGTON*, TBA (FSN) USC at WASHINGTON STATE*, 1 p.m.

Fri., Nov. 28 ARIZONA at WASHINGTON*, 7 p.m. ARIZONA STATE at WASHINGTON STATE*, 7 p.m. CALIFORNIA at OREGON*, 7 p.m. STANFORD at OREGON STATE*, 7 p.m. USC at UCLA*, TBA (FSN)

Fri., Nov. 14 ARIZONA at USC*, 7 p.m. ARIZONA STATE at UCLA*, 7 p.m. STANFORD at CALIFORNIA*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON STATE at OREGON*, 7 p.m. WASHINGTON at OREGON STATE*, 7 p.m. Sat., Nov. 15 ARIZONA at UCLA*, 7 p.m. ARIZONA STATE at USC*, 7 p.m. Sun., Nov. 16 WASHINGTON at OREGON*, TBA (FSN) WASHINGTON STATE at OREGON STATE*, 2 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 29 ARIZONA at WASHINGTON STATE*, 7 p.m. ARIZONA STATE at WASHINGTON*, 7 p.m. Thurs. - Sun., Dec. 4 - 7 NCAA First and Second Rounds Thurs. - Sun., Dec. 11-14 NCAA Regionals Thurs. - Sat., Dec. 18-20 NCAA Championships All times listed are local to site and subject to change.

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2008 BROADCAST ROSTER

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Carli Lloyd S 5-11 So. Bonsall, Calif.

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Kristen Kathan DS/L 5-6 Jr. Moraga, Calif.

Am’ra Solomon OH 6-0 Sr. Los Angeles, Calif.

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Morgan Beck OH/MH 6-3 Sr. Coto De Caza, Calif.

Kristin Obermeyer, S 5-9 Fr. Campbell, Calif.

Gorman, Wiley 17 Katherine 2 Mindi DS/L 5-7 Fr. 21 MH 6-3 Los Altos, Calif.

Rich Feller Head Coach (10th year) 60

C Chris Bigelow Assistant Coach

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Tarah Murrey OH 6-2 Fr. El Cerrito, Calif.

Reilly 10 1 Kat MH 6-2

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Plano, Texas

Cutura 26 2 Hana OH 6-3

Sonoma, Calif.

Matt M McShane Assistant Coach

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Zagreb, Croatia

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Ashley Roe S/DS 5-10 Fr. Campbell, Calif.

Hawari, 14 1 Shannon MH 6-2 Fr. Plano, Texas

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Schmitt 44 4 Meagan DS/L 5-9 So. Kentfield, Calif.

D David avid Dantes Volunteer Assistant Coach

Chelsea White C Director of Operations


2008 CALIFORNIA VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Date

Day

Opponent

Time

Cal Molten Classic Tournament, Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, Calif. Aug. 29 Friday St. John’s 7 p.m. Aug. 30 Saturday St. John’s vs. UC Santa Barbara 1 p.m. Aug. 31 Sunday UC Santa Barbara 1 p.m. Golden Bear Invitational, Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, Calif. Sept. 5 Friday DePaul vs. UC Riverside 4:30 p.m. James Madison 7 p.m. Sept. 6 Saturday James Madison vs. UC Riverside 12 p.m. DePaul 12 p.m. James Madison vs. DePaul 4:30 p.m. UC Riverside 7 p.m. Diet Coke Classic Volleyball Tournament, Sports Pavilion, Minneapolis, Minn. Sept. 12 Friday at Minnesota Sept. 13 Saturday vs. Notre Dame Sept. 14 Sunday vs. Cal Poly

5:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m.

Crowne Plaza Volleyball Classic, Titan Gym, Fullerton, Calif. Sept. 19 Friday vs. Central Connecticut State 4 p.m. Sept. 20 Saturday vs. San Francisco 10 a.m. at Cal State Fullerton 7 p.m. Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 4

Friday Sunday Friday Saturday

Oregon * Oregon State * at Washington * at Washington State *

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

Date

Day

Oct. 10 Oct. 11 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 31 Nov. 2 Nov. 7 Nov. 8 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 22 Nov. 26 Nov. 28

Friday Arizona State * Saturday Arizona * Sunday at Stanford * Friday at UCLA * Saturday at USC * Friday Washington State * Sunday Washington * Friday at Arizona * Saturday at Arizona State * Friday Stanford * Friday UCLA * Saturday USC * Wednesday at Oregon State * Friday at Oregon *

Opponent

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

NCAA Championships Dec. 4-6 Thurs-Sun First and Second Rounds Dec. 12-13 Sat-Sun Regionals (Colorado State, Penn State, Texas, Washington) Dec. 18 Thursday Semifinals (Omaha, Neb.) Dec. 20 Saturday Final (Omaha, Neb.)

* Pacific-10 Conference match Bold denotes home matches played at Haas Pavilion All times Pacific

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2008 California Volleyball Media Guide  

2008 California Volleyball Media Guide

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