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The 2011 Boston College Volleyball Media Guide is a production of the Boston College Media Relations Office and the Boston College Athletic Association, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 02467. All rights reserved. Edited: Joshua Lentine and the Media Relations Office. Design: Pack Network Photographs: John Quackenbos (Athletic Department Photographer), Jet Commercial Photo, Lee Pellegrini (BC Office of Publications), Jim Abts, Boston Chamber of Commerce and the ACC.

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The Boston College media relations office is happy to work with members of the media to meet their needs covering our volleyball program. Please follow these instructions:

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All interviews with Boston College volleyball players or coaches must be arranged through the media relations office. It is suggested that 48 hours notice be given for an interview request. The Media Relations Office will arrange an interview time that is mutually convenient for the student-athlete and media representative. Studentathletes are not to be called in their dormitory rooms, nor should they be contacted via cell phone, email, Facebook or other social media networks. Rather, players and coaches will return telephone calls to members of the media. Players will not be asked to miss classroom time for interviews.

SETS PLAYED Baader 115 Clark 115 Dureva 114 KILLS Dureva 372 Mattaliano 215 Clark 201 KILLS/SET Dureva 3.26 Mattaliano 2.03 Clark 1.75 ATTACK % McTighe Dureva Higgins Mattaliano

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ASSISTS/SET Moskitis 6.51 Sen 6.26 SEVICE ACES Baader/Clark 23 Higgins 19 Dureva 17 DIGS Baader Clark Dureva

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TOTAL BLOCKS Higgins 90.0 McTighe 77.0 Mattaliano 57.0 BLOCKS/SET Higgins 0.89 McTighe 0.75 Mattaliano 0.54 POINTS/SET Dureva 3.65 Mattaliano 2.44 Clark 2.10

DIGS/SET Baader 4.10 Clark 3.97 Dureva 2.23

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POST HOME MATCH INTERVIEWS

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AUG. 26-27 ACC/SEC Challenge (Univ. of Florida) Aug. 26 at Florida 7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 vs. Auburn 5:30 p.m. SEP. 2-3 Yale Tournament (New Haven, Conn.) Sep. 2 at Yale 7:00 p.m. Sep. 3 vs. Utah 1:00 p.m. Sep. 3 vs. Colgate 5:00 p.m. SEP. 9-10 Rhode Island Tournament (Kingston, R.I.) Sep. 9 vs. Wisconsin 3:00 p.m. Sep. 10 vs. Columbia 3:00 p.m. Sep. 10 at Rhode Island 7:00 p.m. SEP. 9-10 Rhode Island Tournament (Kingston, R.I.) Sep. 16 vs. TCU 1:00 p.m. Sep. 16 at Seton Hall 6:00 p.m. Sep. 17 vs. NJIT 12:00 p.m. Sep. 20 MARYLAND* 5:00 p.m. Sep. 23 NC STATE* 7:00 p.m. Sep. 25 NORTH CAROLINA* 12:00 p.m. Sep. 29 VIRGINIA TECH* 7:00 p.m. Oct. 2 VIRGINIA* 12:00 p.m. Oct. 7 at Clemson* 7:00 p.m. Oct. 9 at Georgia Tech* 1:00 p.m. Oct. 14 at Duke* TBD Oct. 15 at Wake Forest* TBD Oct. 21 MIAMI* 7:00 p.m. Oct. 23 FLORIDA STATE* 12:00 p.m. Oct. 28 at North Carolina* 7:00 p.m. Oct. 29 at NC State* 7:00 p.m. Nov. 4 GEORGIA TECH* 7:00 p.m. Nov. 6 CLEMSON* 12:00 p.m. Nov. 11 at Virginia* 7:00 p.m. Nov. 12 at Virginia Tech* 6:00 p.m. Nov. 18 WAKE FOREST* 7:00 p.m. Nov. 20 DUKE* 12:00 p.m. Nov. 23 at Maryland* 1:00 p.m. Home Matches in BOLD

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NO. NAME 1 Alex Fitzmorris 2 Alexandra Trobbe 3 Courtney Castle 4 Mollie Kolosky 5 Val Mattaliano 6 Melissa McTighe 7 Lauren Fields 8 Krystle Higgins Captain 11 Brennan Clark Captain 12 Tsvetelina Dureva 13 Courtney Seitz 14 Cagla Sen 15 Kellie Barnum

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HIGH SCHOOL/HOMETOWN Blue Valley West/Overland Park, Kan. Saint Francis/Los Gatos, Calif. Orange Lutheran/Orange, Calif. Wheaton Warrenville South/Wheaton, Ill. Benet Academy/Glen Ellyn, Ill. Mountain View/Los Altos, Calif. Orange Lutheran/Orange, Calif. Harvard-Westlake/Inglewood, Calif. Univ. Laboratory HS/Mililani, Hawaii Victor Hugo/Sofia, Bulgaria Ursuline Academy/Wilmington, Del. Yuzyil Isil/Istanbul, Turkey Harvard-Westlake/Pacific Palisades, Calif.

NO. NAME 15 Kellie Barnum 3 Courtney Castle 11 Brennan Clark Captain 12 Tsvetelina Dureva 7 Lauren Fields 1 Alex Fitzmorris 8 Krystle Higgins Captain 4 Mollie Kolosky 5 Val Mattaliano 6 Melissa McTighe 13 Courtney Seitz 14 Cagla Sen 2 Alexandra Trobbe

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HEAD COACH: ASSISTANT COACH: ASSISTANT COACH:

Chris Campbell (McGill ’96, second season) Edgard Da Gama E Silva (Federal University of Parana ’96, first season) Patrick Johnston (Western Ontario ’10, second season)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

HIGH SCHOOL/HOMETOWN Harvard-Westlake/Pacific Palisades, Calif. Orange Lutheran/Orange, Calif. Univ. Laboratory HS/Mililani, Hawaii Victor Hugo/Sofia, Bulgaria Orange Lutheran/Orange, Calif. Blue Valley West/Overland Park, Kan. Harvard-Westlake/Inglewood, Calif. Wheaton Warrenville South/Wheaton, Ill. Benet Academy/Glen Ellyn, Ill. Mountain View/Los Altos, Calif. Ursuline Academy/Wilmington, Del. Yuzyil Isil/Istanbul, Turkey Saint Francis/Los Gatos, Calif.

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LIBEROS (2): Brennan Clark, Lauren Fields MIDDLE BLOCKERS (1): Alex Fitzmorris MIDDLE HITTERS (3): Krystle Higgins, Mollie Kolosky, Melissa McTighe OUTSIDE HITTERS (4): Courtney Castle, Tsvetelina Dureva, Val Mattaliano, Alexandra Trobbe SETTERS (2): Courtney Seitz, Cagla Sen

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Back Row (from left): Assistant Coach Edgard Da Gama, Brennan Clark, Alexandra Trobbe, Kellie Barnum, Cagla Sen, Tsvetelina Dureva, Courtney Seitz, Lauren Fields, Head Coach Chris Campbell and Athletic Trainer Paul Ucci Front Row (from left): Alex Fitzmorris, Mollie Kolosky, Krystle Higgins, Val Mattaliano, Melissa McTighe and Courtney Castle

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The Eagles’ slate features seven teams that made the NCAA Tournament, three conference champions and five opponents BC has never taken the court against.

Fitzmorris will don the Maroon and Gold for the first time in 2011. As a rookie at Arkansas, the middle blocker totaled 39 blocks and a .255 attack percentage. The Overland Park, Kan., native enrolled at Boston College for the 2011 spring term. “Alex has the ability to play middle or outside,” Campbell stated. “Her length gives the team advantages. On the right side, she could take away a lot of space and be a huge presence blocking. That same stretch in the middle also allows her to touch a lot of middle attacks really easily. She certainly has some gifts that will benefit the team.”

To open ACC play, Maryland will come to town on September 20. The match with the Terrapins begins a five-game home stand against NC State (Sept. 23), North Carolina (Sept. 25), Virginia Tech (Sept. 29) and Virginia (Oct. 2). Consecutive road trips send BC to Clemson and Georgia Tech (Oct. 7-9) and to Duke and Wake Forest (Oct. 1415), before the Eagles host Miami (Oct. 21) and FSU (Oct. 23) and begin round-robin play.

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After pulling double duty as an outside hitter last season, Clark will return to the libero position full-time for her final

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THE CAPTAINS Senior Brennan Clark and junior Krystle Higgins were elected captains for the 2011 season.

“Melissa really made the most of all the time she saw on the court last year,” Campbell noted. “Her strength continues to be blocking. Melissa has a great feel for the game, a high volleyball IQ and we will need her to be a big presence to slow opposing hitters. Offensively, she continues to develop, but her biggest impact will be on the defensive end.”

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The ACC schedule will once again prove challenging for Boston College. The conference put five teams – Duke, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina and Virginia Tech into the postseason for the second consecutive year. Four won their opening game and reached the Round of 32, with the Blue Devils advancing to the Elite 8.

As a freshman, McTighe attacked with great efficiency, hitting .313 on the year – second highest on the team – with 130 kills in 319 attempts and securing 1.27 kills per game. The Los Altos, Calif., product stuffed 77 opposing attacks – also second best for BC – and averaged 0.75 blocks per set. McTighe racked up the most block assists (68) by a freshman since the 2007 season.

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The Eagles wrap up their tournament schedule with a trip to West Orange, N.J., for the Seton Hall Invitational. BC will open the contest against TCU, before meeting the Pirates and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

“Krystle’s leadership is more of that quiet style,” Campbell observed. “She’s extremely focused and dedicated and really has a good handle on the idea of the work ethic volleyball requires to be successful. Her continuing to be a leader will be good for us as a team. As a player, blocking remains her strong suit and she took even greater strides on that in the spring. The offensive side of her game is starting to come around more and more, so anything she brings on the attack is really going to help us.”

“It’s going to be great to have Mollie back in the lineup,” Campbell said. “Mollie brings a heavy arm. She hits a heavy ball and is a legitimate scoring threat. We’re probably use her more on the right than in the middle, where she can hit off both feet or one foot. She has so much experience, that it will made a notable difference to have her back in the roster this year. From a leadership side, Mollie represents what the BC spirit really is. [Boston College] is about getting a great education and using that education for the greater good. Mollie is going to be really good in being our SAAC representative and heading up our community involvement.”

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BC then returns to New England for the Yale and Rhode Island Tournaments. The Eagles will take on the defending Ivy League champion Bulldogs, Utah and Colgate in New Haven, Conn., before heading to Kingston, R.I. to meet Wisconsin, Columbia and URI in the Art Carmichael Invitational.

Higgins led the team in blocks in each of her first two seasons at Boston College. In 2010, the native of Inglewood, Calif., denied 90 shots and recorded a career-best .188 hitting percentage. On the attack, Higgins delivered 1.27 kills per set as a middle hitter. On defense, her 79 block assists recorded are the seventh greatest single-season total by an Eagle. Higgins presence in the middle will be crucial for the Eagles to build upon last season.

After being named a captain as a sophomore, Kolosky missed much of the previous two campaigns due to injury. Despite being sidelined for much of the 2009 season, the Wheaton, Ill., native boasted the sixth best attack percentage (.336) in the ACC. Kolosky also delivered a stellar 3.33 kills per game that year.

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Boston College will kick off the 2011 campaign by competing in its first-ever ACC/SEC Challenge, being hosted by the University of Florida. The Eagles will open the season against the Gators, before meeting Campbell’s former team, the Auburn Tigers. Reigning SEC Champion Florida was ranked in the top five for all but two weeks - including eight straight weeks at No. 1 – during the 2010 season and finished the year ranked No. 8 by the AVCA; while Auburn is fresh off their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament and will be led by new coaching staff headed by Rick Nold.

“We really need Brennan to be a rock for us this year,” Campbell stated. “Defensively, she’s quite talented, but she’s going to have to excel for us to be successful. Brennan will have to anchor our serve/receive and our defense. We’re not going to be as deep on ball control as we need to be this season, but we do have the talent. Brennan is a leader by example, works very hard and is extremely focused on goals she is trying to achieve. Those are the qualities you look for in a leader.”

The center portion of the BC lineup is bolstered by the return of senior Mollie Kolosky, veteran Melissa McTighe and sophomore transfer Alex Fitzmorris.

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“This off-season we wanted to add matches against teams similar to the caliber we face in the ACC,” Head Coach Chris Campbell said. “The ACC keeps getting better and we need to be prepared for the challenges we’ll face during conference play. The ACC/SEC Challenge is an excellent example of that. It’s a great event pitting teams from two of the NCAA’s top volleyball conferences. Both Florida and Auburn were tournament teams last year, so this serves as clear and definite motivation for us during training camp.”

campaign. Despite playing multiple positions, the Mililani, Hawaii, native ranked 10th in the ACC for digs per set (3.97). Clark recorded 456 digs – second most for the Eagles – and led the team in service aces (23). Her seven double-doubles were the fifth most by a junior in Eagles history. With 1,274 career digs, Clark ranks fourth on BC’s all-time list heading into the season.

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times. Dureva’s nine double-doubles are the most since the 2004 season - and second most ever by a junior - in BC history.

“Everyone in the league is going to know Lina when they prepare for us,” Campbell commented. “She’s our primary scoring threat. Lina finished top 10 in the conference in kills per game. When she’s on she hits a heavy ball. Lina is a legitimate threat in the front and the back row. We’re going to continue to develop that and lean on her skills this season. She’s worked very hard on her blocking and her back row play, which we will need.” Mattaliano had a break out year in 2010, setting career-highs in nearly every statistical category. The Eagle from Glen Ellyn, Ill., graded out with the second most kills (215) and kills per game (2.03) and rated third in blocks with 53. Mattaliano delivered double-digit kills in nine contests and will need to continue her progress for BC to make some noise in the ACC. “Val’s gift is her versatility,” Campbell said. “She can play on the left and on the right. Val is such a great athlete, with great speed, that she can play multiple places. Looking towards the season, I see her being able to help out in many different areas depending on what we need in a given match.” Trobbe earned time in 58 matches, largely handling back-row efforts. The Los Gatos, Calif., native tallied 14 kills and 62 digs as a freshman. “Alex is a hybrid, who is really a defensive specialist, but can also attack,” Campbell elaborated. “She’s made great strides in her game. Defensively, she understands positioning and a lot of the subtleties needed to perform well. Alex has also developed into a real threat on the service line. She’s another player that can help us out in couple of specific areas of the game.” Out of Orange, Calif., freshman Courtney Castle also joins the cast for the 2011 tour. The Orange Lutheran product collected numerous Trinity League honors, including 2010 MVP, was twice voted the Best Defensive Player and led her team to a league championship during her tenure with the Lancers. As a member of TCA California, Castle also won the 16 open silver medal at the Junior Olympics, lead TCA Southern Cal to a No. 3 national ranking and was named a captain of the 2009 Global Challenge Team. “Courtney is a standout player who will join us after completing stellar careers at one of the top high schools and top club programs in California,” Campbell stated. “She is a very physical outside hitter who brings great power, ball control and desire to the court. I look forward to incorporating her into our program.”

DISTRIBUTING THE BALL Sophomore Cagla Sen is the Eagles’ leading returning setter. The native of Istanbul, Turkey, championed BC with 476 assists and an average of 6.26 assists per set in only 76 games on the year. Both marks rank as the fifth most by an Eagle in their first year of college. Sen set a team-high when she dished out 55 assists against the Seminoles on Oct. 15 and collected four doubles on the year.

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“After a really good spring, Cagla seems to have settled in,” Campbell observed. “She looks much more comfortable in our offense and there’s a huge improvement in her consistency, both in tempo and location. A setter is a leader by nature, but we’re definitely counting on her to continue and expand upon that role she assumed last year. Defensively, she is still very solid. We’ve put a lot of time into improving her blocking, but I think we will see more out of Cagla this year as her familiarity of our system has grown.” Two new faces will also look to distribute the ball for the Eagles this season.

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After a year hiatus from volleyball, sophomore walk-on Courtney Seitz joins the BC program. A three-sport standout at the Ursuline Academy in Delaware, Seitz led the Raiders to three consecutive state championships on the court and was an All-State selection as a senior.

As a three-year starter at Harvard-Westlake, freshman Kellie Barnum lead the Wolverines to three-consecutive, undefeated Mission League Championships. On two occasions Barnum garnered All-League honors and was named a finalist for the Prep Volleyball Andi Collins Award, presented to the best high school setter in the nation. “Kellie is one of the top setters in southern California and runs the show for one of the top U-18 club teams in the nation. Her volleyball IQ, skill set, and fierce competitiveness will deliver an impact immediately felt by the team.”

DIGGING DEEP Lauren Fields will back up Clark as the Eagles’ second defensive specialist. The rookie from Orange, Calif., handled libero duties for TCA VC and Orange Lutheran High School, earning Best Defensive Player and Best Passer honors in 2010 and 2009, respectively. The three-year letterman led the Lancers to Trinity League championships in 2008 and 2010, earning All-League Second-Team honors as a senior. “Lauren comes from great California high school and club programs giving her extensive, high level, volleyball experience,” Campbell said. “Her ball control will be an immediate asset to our program.”

2010 RECAP Campbell was named the head coach of the Boston College volleyball program in early February. As the team adjusted to Campbell’s system, many players found themselves having their most productive seasons since coming to BC. Dureva tallied the sixth best kills per game (3.36) average in the Atlantic Coast Conference, while senior Kristen Baader and Clark finished in eighth (4.10) and 10th (3.96) in digs, respectively. For the first time in their careers, Clark and Dureva posted numerous double-doubles. Higgins also set a career-high in block assists (79), the most by an Eagle in four years. With that production, Campbell had the squad rewriting the BC record book in just one year. The Eagles captured the Harvard Tournament with a thrilling five-set win over New Hampshire and straight set wins against Eastern Illinois and the Crimson. BC also brought home the Brown Tournament title, having defeated Central Connecticut, Holy Cross and the Bears in three games sweeps. Although the Eagles finished with a 9-24 record, the transition had begun. Academically, Baader and Dureva were named to the 2010 All-ACC Academic Team and eight team members were recipients of the Athletics Director’s Award of Academic Achievement, an award which recognizes studentathletes who maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above.

DEPARTURES Baader, Melanie Cimino, Rainey Hanley and Dani Moskitis graduated from Boston College in May of 2011. In addition to excellence track records in the classroom and the community, each of these Eagles provided leadership in different areas on the court. Moving between outside hitter and libero throughout her career, Baader finished her tenure at fifth on BC’s all-time digs list. Cimino’s hitting earned her playing time early on in her career, but as time went by she found herself climbing into eighth for all-time blocks at BC. Hanley transferred to BC as a junior and was a constant spark plug for the Eagles on both sides of the ball for two years. A two-time captain, Moskitis battled through injuries to set her way into ninth for assists in the Eagles record book.

“Courtney joined us in the spring and continues to improve,” Campbell noted. “She is very understanding of what we’re asking her to

do within our system. She’s developed a nice float serve, which we will have use for. As a setter, Courtney provides us the depth we need at that position and I feel she will be a great addition to our offense.”

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7 - KRISTEN BAADER

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• Libero/Outside Hitter, 5-9

• Rancho Santa Fe, CA/Torrey Pines/Laguna Beach VC

• Kildeer, IL/Stevenson/Sky High VC

SP 66 104 116 115 401

K 60 5 3 67 135

E 32 4 3 40 79

TA 199 47 45 322 613

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.PCT .141 .021 .000 .084 .091

KPG 0.91 0.05 0.03 0.58 0.34

A 12 24 27 42 105

SA 8 0 20 23 51

DIGS 105 194 274 471 1044

DIG/S 1.59 1.87 2.36 4.10 2.60

BS 2 0 0 2 4

BA TB 12 14 0 0 1 1 8 10 21 25

SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS

17 (vs. UNH, 8/31/07) 36 (vs. UNH, 8/31/07) 4 (x3, last vs. Clemson, 10/24/10) 28 (vs. Holy Cross, 9/10/10) 5 (vs. Holy Cross, 9/10/10) 1 (x4, last vs. Maryland, 11/24/10) 3 (vs. Holy Cross, 8/30/07) 3 (vs. Holy Cross, 8/30/07)

K 114 45 159

KPG 0.75 1.51 1.83 1.00 1.39

A 10 19 22 2 2

SA 1 0 2 0 3

DIGS 7 17 23 9 56

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BS 5 7 16 7 35

BA 23 53 77 30 183

DIGS 110 42 152

D/S 1.55 0.70 1.16

BS 2 0 2

BA TB 16 18 9 9 25 27

14 (vs. Clemson, 11/8/09) 43 (vs. Clemson, 11/8/09) 3 (vs. Wake Forest, 9/24/09) 14 (vs. NC State, 10/3/09) 2 (vs. NC State, 11/13/09) 1 (x2, last vs. Florida State, 11/20/09) 5 (vs. Virginia, 10/24/09) 5 (vs. Virginia, 10/24/09)

TB 28 60 93 37 218

TB/S 0.47 0.59 0.82 0.61 0.65

21 (vs. Virginia, 10/24/09) 41 (vs. Virginia, 10/24/09) 3 (x5, last vs. N. Carolina, 10/2/09) 4 (vs. Virginia, 10/24/09) 1 (x3, last vs. Sacred Heart, 9/31/07) 3 (vs. Fordham, 9/5/09) 6 (x2, last vs. Fordham, 8/29/09) 7 (x2, last vs. Fordham, 8/29/09)

NOTES

Concluded career ranked ninth place on the Eagles all-time assists leader board with 1,159 and seventh in assists per set at 6.70. Year SP 2007 67 2008 56 2009 11 2010 39 TOTALS 173

K 14 15 1 6 36

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS

E 15 8 1 7 31

TA 61 55 4 22 142

CAREER STATISTICS

.PCT -.016 .127 .00 -.045 .035

KPG 0.21 0.27 0.09 0.15 0.21

A 493 371 41 254 1159

A/S 7.36 6.62 3.73 6.51 6.70

SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS

SA 16 9 0 4 29

DIGS 127 80 5 42 253

BS 2 1 2 2 7

BA 23 16 2 11 52

TB 25 17 4 13 59

3 (vs. Duke, 10/26/07) 10 (vs. Rhode Island, 9/6/08) 70 (vs. Wake Forest, 10/28/07) 15 (vs. Wake Forest, 10/28/07) 4 (vs. Delaware State, 9/8/07) 1 (many times, last vs. Florida State, 10/18/09) 6 (vs. Rhode Island, 9/6/08) 6 (vs. Rhode Island, 9/6/08)

RECORDS

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS

CAREER STATISTICS

SA 7 1 8

HISTORY

NOTES

.PCT .271 .248 .285 .258 .268

A 15 3 18

• Long Beach, CA/Long Beach/Golden West VC

Concluded career ranked eighth on the Eagles all-time total blocks (218), ninth in block assists (183) and eighth in blocks per set (0.65). TA 107 367 519 163 1156

KPG 1.61 0.75 1.21

• Setter, 6-2

• Irvine, CA/Woodbridge/Laguna Beach VC

E 16 63 59 19 157

.PCT .113 .082 .104

3 - DANI MOSKITIS

• Middle Hitter, 5-9

K 45 154 207 61 467

CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS

13 - MELANIE CIMINO

Year SP 2007 60 2008 102 2009 113 2010 61 TOTALS 336

E TA 71 379 32 159 103 538

REVIEW

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS

SP 71 60 131

PLAYERS

Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

Year 2009 2010 TOTALS

COACHES

NOTES

Concluded career ranked fifth on the Boston College all-time digs list (1,044) and sixth in digs per set (2.57).

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CHRIS CAMPBELL

In his first year at Boston College, Campbell took long strides to elevate the volleyball program at The Heights. The Eagles finished with a 9-24 overall record, but many players enjoyed their most successful seasons since coming to BC. Tsvetelina Dureva tallied the sixth best kills per game (3.36) average in the Atlantic Coast Conference, while Kristen Baader and Brennan Clark finished in eighth (4.10) and 10th (3.96) in digs, respectively. For the first time in their careers, Clark and Dureva posted numerous double-doubles. Krystle Higgins also set a career-high in block assists (79), the most by an Eagle in four years. With that production, Campbell had the squad rewriting the BC record book. Baader and Dureva were also named to the 2010 All-ACC Academic Team.

The Eagles coach continues to develop players into professional and international level talent. Campbell mentored Alyssa Davis to her best season ever at Auburn, where she finished in the top 10 in the SEC in hitting percentage and was named to the 2010 U.S. Junior National Team. He also coached Jessica Glover, a former Tiger, who continued her volleyball career as a professional in Switzerland, and Kelly Verboom, a former Golden Eagle, who also is pursuing a career in Europe. In 2009, a Cajun protégé of Campbell’s, Priscilla Lima, was named the AVP’s Most Improved Player after reaching one final and taking four third-place finishes on the Association of Volleyball Professional’s (AVP) beach volleyball circuit. In June of 2010, Lima was ranked No. 7 by the AVP. A former player himself, Campbell was a captain for Canadian Division I level programs McGill University and the University of British Columbia (UBC). During his final season at UBC, he led his team to a No. 7 national ranking. Campbell has earned two bachelor’s degrees. The first in physics from McGill University in Montreal, in 1995, followed by a bachelor’s in secondary education from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver in 1997. He is a native of Harvey Station, New Brunswick, Canada.

COACHING CAREER

HOME TOWN

Harvey Station, New Brunswick, Canada

EDUCATION

B.S. Physics, McGill University, 1995 B.A. Secondary Education, University of British Columbia, 1997

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2010 – pres. –Boston College (Head Coach) 2009 – Auburn University (Assc. Head Coach/Defensive Coor./Recruiting Coor.) 2008 – Auburn University (Asst. Coach – Middle Blockers) 2004-07 – University of Northern Arizona (Head Coach) 2003 – University of Northern Arizona (Asst. Coach) 2002 –Mississippi University for Women (Div. II) (Head coach) 1999-2001 – University of Louisiana-Lafayette (Head coach)

RECORDS

THE CAMPBELL FILE

HISTORY

As defensive coordinator, Campbell designed and implemented a new defensive scheme for the Tigers. With the defense under his reigns, notable differences were seen in the program’s blocking, digs per game and opponents’ hitting percentage. Auburn’s middle blockers improved over 100 points in hitting percentage from the previous season and the school drew national attention under Campbell’s new system. The program received its first regional ranking in over a decade, being ranked as high as No. 60 in the national RPI (Ratings Percentage Index). The team climbed from last place in 2008 to fifth in the Southeastern Conference the following year.

Campbell came to NAU from the University of Mississippi for Women, where he spent one season as head coach. Before that, he spent three seasons directing the volleyball program at Louisiana-Lafayette. Campbell led the Ragin Cajuns to a No. 9 ranking in the NCAA South Region in 2001 and two second-place finishes in the Sun Belt Conference West Division.

REVIEW

Campbell came to the BC community after a two-year stop at Auburn University. Initially serving as a positions coach for middle blockers, he was promoted to the role of Associate Head Coach after just one season. With added titles of defensive and recruiting coordinator, Campbell brought new life to the Auburn volleyball program. His first recruiting class featured the No. 34 and No. 93 nationally-ranked high school seniors (Katherine Culwell and MacKenzy Harper) and included Sarah Bullock, who was later named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team. Campbell also used his international prowess to sign six-time Bulgarian national high school champion and 2006 club championship Most Valuable Player Vesela Zapryanova.

Prior to Auburn, Campbell spent four seasons as head coach at Northern Arizona University. Campbell arrived at NAU in 2003, serving as an assistant for one season before taking over the program. He led the Lumberjacks to the Big Sky Conference tournament in his first season. Three years later, NAU returned to the tournament behind the nation’s leader in kills per game, Kim Babcock. While in Flagstaff, Campbell had 20 studentathletes earn 36 Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete awards and 11 student-athletes merit 20 academic All-Big Sky Conference honors.

PLAYERS

Chris Campbell enters his second year at the helm of the Eagles volleyball program. The commander carries 12 years of coaching, including nine as a head coach and three as an assistant. Over that period, Campbell has built a name for himself as one of the country’s best in recruiting and player development.

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• SECOND SEASON AT BC

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EDGARD Da GAMA

• FIRST SEASON

PATRICK JOHNSTON

• SECOND SEASON

Edgard Da Gama E Silva begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Boston College volleyball program. Da Gama, who goes by Dega, brings 13 years of collegiate and international coaching experience to The Heights. The newest addition to the Eagles staff will assist in practice and match planning efforts, recruiting, video and statistical analysis and community service initiatives. Dega comes to BC after three years as an assistant coach at Auburn University. Over that span, he helped the Tigers improve from a mid-200 RPI to No. 45 in the final 2010 poll and receive their first-ever entry into the NCAA Tournament. Prior to guiding Auburn to the postseason, DeGa constructed a collegiate coaching background at Eastern Washington University, North Idaho Women’s College and Washington State. In his first collegiate position at EWU, the Eagles finished with a 23-9 overall record and took second place in the Big Sky Conference with a 10-4 mark. Dega then headed to North Idaho in 2006, where he instructed the Cardinals to conference championship and fourth-place finish at NJCAA Nationals. Over the past seven years, Dega has conducted Brazil Gold Volleyball Camps in the Washington area and served as the technical director and coach of the Skagit Volleyball Club (2004-06). Prior to entering the collegiate ranks, Dega was an assistant for the Rexona Volleyball Club, a professional women’s team in Brazil, under Bernardo Rezende from 2001-04. Before being appointed an assistant, DeGa simultaneously interned with RVC from 1997-2000 and the world powerhouse Brazilian National Team from 1998-2000.

Patrick Johnston begins his second year with the Eagles’ volleyball team as a volunteer assistant coach. Johnston came to BC after a one-year stint at Auburn, where he held the same position. Johnston’s coaching career began as the assistant coach for Team Canada at the Maccabi Games. He has supplemented his resume by serving as the assistant coach for his own team at the University of Western Ontario (UWO) and head coach for the school’s junior varsity program. Since that time, he has run numerous volleyball clinics for Division-I programs in the Southeastern and Mountain West Conferences. The first person in his family to play volleyball competitively, Johnston played libero on the Canadian Junior National Team from 2004-05. Additionally, he played the same position for his home province of Ontario in the Canada Games in 2005 and was a member of the U-16 Nationals All-Star team. Johnston played for the Durham Attack based in Toronto. As a club player, he led the team to a perfect 41-0 record and captured the Canadian national title in the 2002 season. From there, he went to play for the Thompson Rivers University before transferring to UWO, where he concluded his career. In 2009, he led the Ontario University Athletics Association (OUA) in digs per game (2.64) and was second in total digs (182). The Whitby, Ontario native earned a bachelor’s degree in history and a minor in journalism at UWO in 2011.

The native of Curitiba, Brazil earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education, with a focus on coaching from Federal University of Parana in 1996. Dega and his wife, Cintia Alessi, reside in Brighton, Mass., with their daughter, Anna Julia Gama Silva.

THE Da GAMA FILE COACHING CAREER

2011 – Boston College (Assistant Coach) 2004-pres. – Brazil Gold Volleyball Camps (Director) 2008-10 – Auburn University (Assistant Coach) 2007 – Washington State (Assistant Coach) 2006 – North Idaho Women’s College (Assistant Coach) 2005 – Eastern Washington (Assistant Coach) 2004-06 – Skagit Volleyball Club (Director/Head Coach) 2001-04 – Rexona Volleyball Club (Assistant Coach) 1998-2000 – Brazilian National Team (Intern)

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HOMETOWN

Curitiba, Brazil

EDUCATION

B.S. Physical Education, Federal University of Parana, 1996

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11 - BRENNAN CLARK

12 - TSVETELINA DUREVA

• Team Captain • Libero, Senior, 5-8

Ranks fourth on the Eagles All-Time Digs List (1,274), entering the 2011 season.

2010 SEASON

Played in all 115 sets over 33 matches, mostly as an outside hitter ... totaled seven doubledoubles on the year, including a streak of four straight matches ... led BC in service aces (23), reception attempts (1,089) and receipt percentage (.964) ... was second in digs (456) and digs per set (3.97) ... had third most kills (201) and kills per set (1.75) ... recorded a game-high 22 digs in season finale versus Maryland (11/24) ... credited with 12 digs at Florida State (11/21) ... registered a team-high 19 digs to go with two assists at Miami (11/19) ... tallied a match-high 12 digs and had one assist versus Wake Forest (11/14) ... led all players with 20 digs, adding two assists and an ace against Duke (11/12).

2009 SEASON

Overall average of 4.41 digs per set was fourth in the ACC … team-leading 498 digs was fourth-most for a single-season in school history … registered a career-high 33 against Wake Forest (9/24) … recorded double-digit digs in 28 games … tallied at least 20 digs in six different matches … notched a career-high three service aces in the 3-1 win over Rhode Island (9/19) … saw action in 113 of the teams 116 sets … member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2008 SEASON

Played in 106 sets in all 32 matches … recorded a team high 320 digs … registered doubledigit digs in 15 contests … named to Mass Challenge All-Tournament Team (9/20), recording 24 digs in two games … recorded a season-high 27 digs, to go along with seven assists against Stony Brook (9/5) … matched season high with 27 digs against Rhode Island (9/6) … registered two different six-game streaks of 10 assists or more.

RECORDS

HISTORY

BEFORE BC

Three year player on the University Laboratory School volleyball team … coached by Debby Yee … Named to HHSAA Honolulu Star Bulletin Fabulous 15 her senior year … Named to HHSAA Division II First Team in 2008 … Member of HHSAA All-Tournament Team … Named to ILH 2nd team in 2007 … Earned ILH Honorable Mention accolades in 2006 … Also played on varsity track, softball, and basketball teams at University Laboratory School.

Born on July 4, 1990 … Daughter of Derek and Dawn Clark … Has four siblings – Brittany, Braden, Bradford, and Breelyn … Enrolled in the Lynch School of Education.

SP 106 113 115 334

K 7 2 201 210

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

E 14 2 129 145

CAREER STATISTICS

TA 50 7 717 774

KPG 0.07 0.02 1.75 0.63

A 39 29 39 107

SA 14 14 23 51

2010 SEASON

Played in 114 sets over the entire 33 match schedule ... led the Eagles with nine doubledoubles this season, eighth most all-time ... rated first for BC in kills with 372, total attacks (1,045) and kills per set (3.26) ... was third on team in digs at 254 and digs per set (2.23) ... posted a match-high 19 kills on .204 hitting percentage and added two block assists against Maryland (11/24) ... led BC with 11 kills on .240 attack, contributing one block and three digs at Florida State (11/21) ... made seven kills, five digs and a block assist at Miami (11/19) ... paired seven digs with a team-high six kills versus Wake Forest (11/14) ... led BC with seven kills complimented by 10 digs against Duke (11/12) ... led BC with eight kills, adding seven digs and a block assist at Virginia (11/6) ... charted a .265 hitting percentage on a team-high 12 kills paired with eight digs at Virginia Tech (11/5) ... posted a double-double on a team-leading 11 kills and 10 digs against N.C. State (10/31) ... had nine kills, two digs and a block assist against North Carolina (10/29) ... charted eight kills, seven digs and three block assists at Clemson (10/23) ... led the Eagles with nine kills, adding five digs, a block and an ace at Georgia Tech (10/22) ... tallied a team-high seven kills, adding seven digs and one block versus Miami (10/17) ... posted a match-high 27 kills on .346 hitting percentage, adding six digs and four blocks against Florida State (10/15).

2009 SEASON

Saw action in 95 sets … recorded 31 kills and 20 assists on the year…led the team in service aces with 27… finished the season fourth on the team in digs with 191 … tallied double-digit digs seven times this season … registered four service aces in a 3-0 win over Quinnipiac (9/5) … member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2008 SEASON

Saw action in 26 matches, playing in 73 sets … was one of six BC players to reach the century mark in kills for the season, registering 110 on the year … registered first career kill against Hofstra (9/13) … recorded double-digit kills in two contests … tallied a season-high 14 kills against North Carolina (9/27) … notched 11 kills against Virginia (11/15).

BEFORE BC

Started as outside hitter for Victor Hugo High School … coached by P. Kolev … competed for Zvezdi 94 and Pirin Balkanstroy Volleyball Clubs as a starter since age 12.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

• Sofia, Bulgaria/Victor Hugo/Zvezdi 94

DIGS 320 498 456 1274

SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS

DIG/S 3.02 4.41 3.97 3.81

BS 0 0 6 6

BA 0 0 22 22

TB 0 0 28 28

14 (vs. Fordham, 8/28/10) 38 (vs. Fordham, 8/28/10) 7 (vs. Stony Brook, 9/5/08) 33 (vs. Wake Forest, 9/24/09) 3 (vs. Rhode Island, 9/19/09) 1 (4x, last vs. Miami, 10/17/10) 3 (vs. Northeastern, 8/28/10) 3 (vs. Northeastern, 8/28/10) 7 (last vs. Virginia, 10/8/10)

Born on January 16, 1989 … daughter of Ivan Durev and Daniela Dureva … has one sibling – Martin Durev … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Year SP 2008 73 2009 95 2010 114 TOTALS 168

K 110 31 372 141

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

E 84 30 176 114

CAREER STATISTICS

TA 360 140 1045 500

.PCT .072 .007 .188 .039

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KPG 1.51 0.33 3.26 0.92

A 8 20 9 28

SA 13 27 17 40

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• Outside Hitter, Senior, 5-9

• Honolulu, HI/Univ. Laboratory School/Jammers VC

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DIGS 52 191 254 243

DIG/S 0.71 2.01 2.23 1.76

BS 1 2 6 9

BA 27 12 43 82

TB 28 49 49 91

14 (vs. N. Carolina, 9/27/08 32 (vs. N. Carolina, 9/27/08) 3 (3x, last vs. N.C. State, 11/13/09) 17 (vs. Virginia, 10/24/09) 4 (vs. Quinnipiac, 9/5/09) 1 (3x, last vs. Virginia Tech, 10/23/09) 4 (3x, last vs. N. Carolina, 10/31/08) 4 (3x, last vs. N. Carolina, 10/31/08) 9 (last vs. NC State, 10/31/10)

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4 - MOLLIE KOLOSKY

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BOSTON COLLEGE PLAYERS COLLEGE 8 - KRYSTLE HIGGINS

• Middle Hitter, Senior, 6-0, Wheaton, IL

• Team Captain • Middle Hitter, Junior, 6-1

• Wheaton-Warrenville South/Sports Performance

• Inglewood, CA/Harvard-Westlake/Sports Shack

2009 SEASON

2008 SEASON

Saw action in 97 sets, playing in a total of 31 matches … finished season third on the team in blocks (37) and service aces (21) and was fifth on the team in kills (133) … registered a season high 11 kills in a win over Colgate (8/30) … notched a season high four service aces and five digs in a win over Holy Cross (9/20) … led team with four blocks against Florida State (11/7).

PERSONAL

Born on June 16, 1990 … Daughter of Tom and Cyndee Kolosky … Has one sibling – Shealyn … Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as a communications major.

BEFORE BC

Played two years of varsity volleyball at the Harvard-Westlake School in North Hollywood, Calif. ... led her team to back to back Mission League championships in 2007 and 2008 ... won the Division IA CIF Southern Section Championship and the Division III State Championship in 2007 ... named to the Mission League first team in 2008 and second team in 2007 ... never lost a volleyball match on her home court ... played for the Sports Shack Volleyball Club team in 2006, winning the Reno Volleyball Festival Championship in that year ... a 2007 USA High Performance A2 team member ... ranked #77 in Prep Volleyball’s Senior Aces.

PERSONAL

Born on January 23, 1991 ... enrolled as a business major in the Carroll School of Management ... is the oldest of Clifford and Kathryn Higgins’ two children.

K 133 240 --- 373

TA 396 491 --- 887

CAREER STATISTICS .PCT .093 .336 --- .215

KPG 1.37 3.33 --- 2.35

A 16 20 --- 36

SA 21 17 --- 38

SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS

DIGS 30 54 --- 84

DIG/S 0.31 0.75 --- 0.50

BS 5 4 --- 9

BA 32 50 --- 82

TB 37 54 --91

22 (vs. Hartford, 9/17/09) 39 (vs. North Carolina, 10/2/09) 3 (x3, last vs. Wake Forest, 9/24/09) 8 (vs. North Carolina, 10/2/09) 4 (vs. Holy Cross, 9/20/08) 2 (vs. Florida State, 11/7/08) 6 (x2, last vs. Georgia Tech, 10/10/09) 7 (vs. Wake Forest, 9/24/09) N/A

Year SP 2008 73 2009 95 2010 114 TOTALS 168

K 110 31 372 141

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

E 84 30 176 114

CAREER STATISTICS

TA 360 140 1045 500

.PCT .072 .007 .188 .039

KPG 1.51 0.33 3.26 0.92

A 8 20 9 28

SA 13 27 17 40

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DIGS 52 191 254 243

DIG/S 0.71 2.01 2.23 1.76

BS 1 2 6 9

BA 27 12 43 82

TB 28 49 49 91

22 (vs. Hartford, 9/17/09) 39 (vs. North Carolina, 10/2/09) 3 (x3, last vs. Wake Forest, 9/24/09) 8 (vs. North Carolina, 10/2/09) 4 (vs. Holy Cross, 9/20/08) 2 (vs. Florida State, 11/7/08) 6 (x2, last vs. Georgia Tech, 10/10/09) 7 (vs. Wake Forest, 9/24/09) N/A

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KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

E 96 75 --- 171

RECORDS

Year SP 2008 97 2009 72 2010 --- TOTALS 169

HISTORY

Three year player on the Wheaton Warrenville South High School volleyball team … Coached by Bill Schreier … Named to All-Conference, All-Area in 2008 … Awarded All-Area Best Middle Blockers and Most Improved in 2008 … Named All State Special Mention senior year … Earned All-Conference honorable mention in both sophomore and junior years … Named to Chicago Sun Times Top 50 senior year … Named PrepVolleyball.com Senior Ace … Member of Sports Performance Volleyball Club, which had an undefeated season and won both the AAU and JVDA national championships in 2008 … Won Spirit Award for Club team in 2006 and 2007 … Three year member of All-Conference Academic team … Member of National Honor Society.

Played in 88 sets … led the Eagles in block solos with 21 and finished second on the team in total blocks with 81 … tallied 119 kills, fifth most on the team … registered double-digit kills on three occasions, including 12 in the 3-2 win over Northeastern (9/12) … established single-match highs of four solo blocks against Miami (10/16) and nine total blocks versus Virginia (10/14).

REVIEW

2009 SEASON

BEFORE BC

PLAYERS

Finished sixth in the ACC in hitting percentage (.336) and fifth in kills per set (3.33) … … recorded 240 kills and had a team-high hitting percentage … finished fourth on the team in service aces with 17… also finished fourth in total blocks with 54 … notched 54 digs for the year … set a career-high of 22 kills versus Hartford (9/19) … bested her previous single-game high of 25 total attempts 13 times, including 39 against North Carolina (10/2) … served as a team captain … played in 72 sets, but missed much of the second half of the season due to injury … member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2010 SEASON

Played 101 sets in 31 matches...led BC in block solos (11) and block assists (79) for teamhighs in total blocks (90) and blocks per set (0.89)...third on the team with 19 service aces ... had one kill and one block assists at Miami (11/19) ... made one kill and a dig against Wake Forest (11/14) ... charted a .500 hitting percentage with six kills versus Duke (11/12) ... tallied a match-high five blocks, complimented by three kills and a dig at Virginia (11/6) ... had a season-high two block solos in addition to a block assist to lead all players in total blocks at Virginia Tech (11/5) ... led BC in blocks (3) and aces (3), while adding five kills against N.C. State (10/31) ... totaled eight kills, three blocks and an ace versus North Carolina (10/29) ... led the Eagles with three blocks and added four kills at Clemson (10/23) ... posted a team-high four blocks (one solo, three assisted) and hit .273 with five kills at Georgia Tech (10/22) ... tallied a match-high three blocks and added a trio of kills against Miami (10/17) ... led all players in hitting percentage (.524), blocks (5) and aces (2), adding a career-high 13 kills and two digs against Florida State (10/15) ... had two kills, a dig and a block versus Virginia Tech (10/10) ... posted a team-high five blocks (1 solo, 4 assist), hit .231 on 13 attempts and had a service ace against Virginia (10/8) ... charted six kills on .385 hitting percentage and a match-high three service aces at Duke (10/2) ... led all players with six blocks against Wake Forest (10/1) ... posted a match-high three blocks and added five kills against North Carolina (9/25)

COACHES

2010 SEASON

Did not compete due to an ACL injury...received the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

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1 - ALEX FITZMORRIS

• Outside Hitter, Junior, 6-0

• Glen Ellyn, IL/Benet Academy/Sports Performance 2010 SEASON

Saw action in 106 sets over 33 matches...second on the team in kills (215) and kills per set (2.03)...third on the team in total blocks (57.0) ... only double-double of the year came against Holy Cross (9/10) ... had a kill and a dig versus Maryland (11/24) ... went 3-for-7 with no errors in attacks for a .429 hitting percentage at FSU (11/21) ... connected on 3-of-4 attacks and added a pair of digs at Miami (11/19) ... recorded two digs against Wake Forest (11/14) ... had one kill versus Duke (11/12) ... posted one kill, a dig and a block at Virginia (11/6) ... Made four kills and three digs with one block at Virginia Tech (11/5) ... recorded five kills and a block assist against N.C. State (10/31) ... led the Eagles with 10 kills, adding seven digs at Clemson (10/23) ... tallied three kills, digs and blocks at Georgia Tech (10/22) ... had three kills, two digs and a block assists against Miami (10/17) ... charted a career-high 19 kills on .289 hitting percentage, adding eight digs and two assists versus Florida State (10/15) ... recorded five kills, four digs and two blocks against Virginia Tech (10/10) ... posted seven kills, four digs and two blocks against Virginia (10/8) ... had six kills, two digs and a block at Duke (10/2) ... recorded six kills and three block assists versus Wake Forest (10/1) ... contributed two blocks, three digs and a pair of kills against North Carolina (9/25) ... posted a team-high three block assists and added five digs and three kills against N.C. State (9/24)... charted 10 kills on .227 hitting percentage, three digs and an ace against Maryland (9/21) ... led all Eagles with .444 attack percentage, posting nine kills on 18 attempts, and four block assists against Brown (9/18) ... charted .312 attack with seven kills on 16 attempts, four blocks, an assist, one ace and a dig versus Holy Cross (9/18).

• Middle Blocker, So., 6-4, Overland Park, KS

• Blue Valley West/Team KC/University of Arkansas 2010 SEASON (AT ARKANSAS)

Appeared in 59 sets…totaled 40 kills with a .255 attack percentage and 39 total blocks… transferred to Boston College for the spring semester.

BEFORE BC

Led Blue Valley West High School to the Kansas 6A second place finish…the Jaguars collected back-to-back sub-state championships in 2008 and 2009…as a senior, led Valley West in hitting percentage as a senior and won Most Improved honors…played club ball for Team KC, capturing the regional championship and competing in nationals for the 2008 season…threetime East Kansas League Scholar-Athlete (2007-09)…National Merit Commended Scholar… AP Scholar…National Hispanic Scholar.

PERSONAL

Born May 21, 1992, Alexandra Marie Fitzmorris…one of four children to Michael and Marilu Fitzmorris of Overland Park, Kan…has an older brother, Michael, and two younger siblings, Audriana and Keenan.

2009 SEASON

Saw action in seven matches … made collegiate debut in the three set sweep of conference opponent N.C. State (10/3), where she tallied her first kill and assist for the year … appeared in two sets and recorded two total attempts against Clemson (11/8).

PERSONAL

Born on October 7, 1990 … enrolled as a communications major in the College of Arts and Sciences … she is the oldest of Al and Molly Mattaliano’s three children. Year SP 2009 8 2010 106 TOTALS 114

K 1 215 216

KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

E 1 120 121

TA 4 656 660

CAREER STATISTICS .PCT .000 .145 .144

KPG 0.12 2.03 1.89

A 1 10 11

SA 0 13 13

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DIGS 0 104 104

DIG/S 0.00 0.98 0.91

BS 0 4 4

BA 0 53 53

TB 0 57 57

19 (vs. Florida State, 10/15/10) 45 (vs. New Hampshire, 9/3/10) 2 (3x, last vs. Florida State, 10/15/10) 10 (vs. Holy Cross, 9/10/10) 3 (vs. Quinnipiac, 9/28/10) 1 (4x, last vs. Virginia Tech, 10/10/10) 9 (vs. Bryant, 9/11/10) 9 (vs. Bryant, 9/11/10) 1 (vs. Holy Cross, 9/10/10)

Year SP K E TA 2010 59 40 15 98 TOTALS 59 40 15 98 KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

CAREER STATISTICS

.PCT KPG A SA DIGS BS BA TB .255 0.68 0 0 4 3 36 39 .255 0.68 0 0 4 3 36 39

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HISTORY

BEFORE BC

Played four years at Benet Academy in Lisle, Ill. … was a varsity starter during her junior and senior season … named to the All-East Suburban Catholic Conference and Dupage County All-Area teams … high school team ranked ninth in the nation by ESPN Rise with a 40-2 record … was a member of the Sports Performance club team that finished in third place in the club division at the JVDA National Championships in 2008 and won the JVDA National Championship in 2009.

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TB/S 0.66 0.66

7 (vs. Akron, 9/4/10) 17 (vs. Chattanooga, 9/3/10) 3 (vs. Oral Robers, 8/31/10) 1 (4x, last vs. LSU, 11/24/10) N/A 2 (vs. Chattanooga, 9/3/10) 6 (vs. Kansas, 9/3/10) 7 (2x, last vs. Kansas, 9/3/10) N/A

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6 - MELISSA McTIGHE

• Middle Hitter, Sophomore, 6-1

• Los Altos, CA/Mountain View/Vision VC

• Setter, Sophomore, 5-9

• Wilmington, DE/Ursuline Academy/Synergy/DVC 2010 SEASON

Walked on following the 2010 season, joining the Eagles for the spring semester…recipient of the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement…Dean’s List honoree…active member of the University Chorale, a contributor for The Heights – the BC student newspaper – and is a board member on the Student Conduct Board.

BEFORE BC

PERSONAL

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Daughter of Joanne and Paul Seitz…has an older sister, Stephanie, who graduate from Boston College in 2011… enrolled in the Carroll School of Management as a double-major pursuing accounting and marketing degrees…plans to attend law school.

PLAYERS

Four-year letter winner at Ursuline Academy for the volleyball, lacrosse and track & field teams...volleyball All-State selection as a senior...led volleyball team to three consecutive state championships...set championship match record for assists (62) as a senior...a 2009 Wendy’s High School Heisman State Finalist, an award signifying excellence in academics and athletics...took third place in the 2010 Delaware state discus championship...also garnered All-Catholic Conference honors in track and field in 2010...National Merit Scholarship Commended Student...AP Scholar with Distinction...National Honor Society president...AllState Senior Chorus...St. Timothy National Youth Award for Volunteerism.

COACHES

2010 SEASON

Ranked second on the team in block solos (9), block assists (68), total blocks (77.0) and blocks per set (0.75) ... charted nine kills on 15 attempts for a .467 hitting percentage and had a match-high five blocks against Maryland (11/24) ... dished out eight kills on 15 attempts for a .467 attack and led all players with five blocks at FSU (11/21) ... had five kills on 15 attempts with no errors and led BC with two block assists at Miami (11/19) ... paired two kills with two digs against Wake Forest (11/14) ... made one block solo and had three kills on 10 attempts with no errors versus Duke (11/12) ... hit .333 with four kills and no errors to go with an assist and a dig at Virginia (11/6) ... charted a .455 hitting percentage with six kills on 11 attempts and making one block at Virginia Tech (11/5) ... led BC with a .545 hitting percentage off of six kills on 11 attempts against N.C. State (10/31) ... posted a career-best 10 kills on 17 attempts for a .588 hitting percentage, adding one block assist versus North Carolina (10/29) ... had two kills and a pair of blocks at Clemson (10/23) ... tallied five kills on .308 hitting percentage, adding a block and an assist at Georgia Tech (10/22) ... led all Eagles with .333 hitting percentage and added one block and two digs versus Miami (10/17) ... charted a match-high five blocks and had four kills against Florida State (10/15) ... dished out an ace, a block and hit .250 on four attempts against Virginia Tech (10/10) ... recorded a block in one set of action against Virginia (10/8) ... tallied a match-high five blocks and added three kills at Duke (10/2) ... hit .333 against North Carolina (9/25) ... had one block and an assist versus N.C. State (9/24) ... posted a match-high two block solos, added a block assist and six kills on .235 hitting percentage in ACC opener versus Maryland (9/21) ... charted a match-high four block assists, while adding four kills against Brown (9/18) ... had a game-high attack efficiency of .714 (five kills off seven attempts) versus Holy Cross (9/18) ... had three kills, two digs and a pair of blocks against Central Conn. St. (9/17) ... posted a match-high .429 attack percentage on 14 attempts and five block assists against Bryant (9/11) ... led the Eagles with five block assists versus Navy (9/11) and hit .400 with 7 kills on 15 attempts.

13 - COURTNEY SEITZ

OUTLOOK

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PERSONAL

HISTORY

Earned All-Santa Clara Valley-De Anza second-team honors as a senior captain in 2009 at Mountain View High School … led the Spartans to a 21-12 record … gained All-SCV-DA honorable mention accolades as a junior in 2008 at Mountain View on a team that recorded 31 wins and 12 losses … led the Spartans to a second-place finish in Northern California in 2008 … played for head coach Jason Trip … competed for two years on Vision Volleyball Club for coach Jason Mansfield … led Vision to third-place finishes at the 2009 and 2010 Junior Olympics.

Born on January 7, 1992 ... daughter of Kathryn and Michael McTighe … has one younger brother, Matthew … enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS

10 (vs. North Carolina, 10/29/10) 17 (2x, last vs. North Carolina, 10/29/10) 1 (3x, last vs. Florida State, 10/15/10) 3 (vs. Harvard, 9/4/10) 2 (vs. Harvard, 9/4/10) 2 (vs. Maryland, 9/21/10) 6 (vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10) 6 (vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10) N/A

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KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

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CAREER STATISTICS

Year SP K E TA .PCT KPG A SA DIGS BS BA TB TB/S 2010 102 130 30 319 .313 1.27 5 4 19 9 68 77 0.75 TOTALS 102 130 30 319 .313 1.27 5 4 19 9 68 77 0.75

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• Setter, Sophomore, 5-11

• Istanbul, Turkey/Yuzyil Isil/Eczacibasi 2010 SEASON

Led the Eagles with 476 assists on the year, was second in assists per set (6.26) and setting percentage (.305) ... had four double-doubles on the year ... posted a double-double at Miami with a team-leading 24 assists and 10 digs ... led BC with 14 assists, complimented with two digs and a kill against Wake Forest (11/14) ... totaled 24 assists to go with seven digs versus Duke (11/12) ... racked up four kills on five attempts for .800 attack percentage to go with 16 assists, nine digs, an ace and a block at Virginia (11/6) ... set .315 with 28 assists on 89 attempts, posting three digs, a block and an ace at Virginia Tech (11/5) ... posted a double-double against N.C. State (10/29) with 29 assists and 10 digs, adding two blocks and three kills on four attacks ... tallied a match-high 32 assists to go with nine digs, one block and went 3-for-4 attacking against North Carolina (10/29) ... led BC with 24 assists and .333 hitting percentage, adding seven digs at Clemson (10/23) ... recorded 22 assists and a .333 attack percentage to lead the Eagles at Georgia Tech (10/22) ... led all Eagles with 20 assists and eight digs versus Miami (10/15) ... led BC with a double-double on a career-best 55 assists and 15 digs, adding two kills and one block against Florida State (10/15) ... chalked a team-high 23 assists and contributed four digs, two blocks and a pair of kills against Virginia Tech (10/10) ... led BC with .714 hitting percentage and established a new career-high of 38 assists against Virginia (10/8) ... dished a team-high 27 assists, added seven digs, one block and a kill at Duke (10/2) ... recorded two digs and an assist versus Wake Forest (10/1) ... led all Eagles with 18 assists, while adding five digs against Central Conn. St. (9/17) ... posted first-career double-double with 21 assists and 11 digs, complemented by a pair of block assists and service aces against Bryant (9/11) ... made three assists against Navy (9/11) ... charted 19 assists, six digs and one kill versus Holy Cross (9/10) ... recorded one dig in win over New Hampshire (9/3) ... posted a match-high 21 assists, five digs and two kills against Quinnipiac (8/28) ... complemented a 3-for-3 attack with seven assists and two digs versus Northeastern (8/28) ... tallied nine assists and two kills against Holy Cross (8/27).

2 - ALEXANDRA TROBBE

• Outside Hitter, Sophomore , 5-9

• Los Gatos, CA/Saint Francis/Vision VC 2010 SEASON (AT ARKANSAS)

Racked up a career-high 15 digs against Maryland (11/24), adding three kills, an ace and an assist ... made two digs at Florida State (11/21) ... tallied three digs, three assists and a kill at Miami (11/19) ... posted an assist, kill and dig versus Wake Forest (11/14) ... had a career-best two kills against Duke (11/12) ... served one ace and made three digs at Virginia (11/6) ... tallied four digs, a kill and a block at Virginia Tech (11/5) ... totaled a kills, an assist and a dig against N.C. State (10/31) ... capitalized on one attempt for a kill against North Carolina (9/25) ... made one dig versus Brown (9/18) ... had one kill against Holy Cross (9/18) ... recorded one dig against Navy (9/10) in the Bryant Tournament ... made one kill on two attempts versus Holy Cross (9/10) ... saw action in the Harvard Tournament versus New Hampshire (9/3) and Eastern Illinois (9/4), but did not record a stat ... had one dig versus Quinnipiac (8/28) ... tallied 10 digs and recorded first career kill versus Holy Cross (8/27) ... made eight digs and one assist against Fordham (8/27)…recipient of the Athletic Director’s Award of Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC

A three-year varsity player at Saint Francis High School for head coach Kim Oden … led St. Francis to a 27-6 record as a senior in 2009 … participated in the Western Catholic Athletic League and Central Coast Section championship matches as a sophomore in 2007 for the Lancers … played seven years at Vision Volleyball Club for coach Ron Whitmil … a four-time Junior Olympian as a member of Vision VC … spent all four years in high school on the high honor roll and was named a Scholar-Athlete all four years

PERSONAL

Born on July 7, 1991 ... daughter of Catherine Killion and Scott Trobbe … has three older brothers - Greg, Jeff, and Tim … enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

PERSONAL

Born on August 13, 1992 ... daughter of Elif and Recep Sen … has one younger sibling, Alimert … enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year SP K E TA .PCT KPG A A/S SA DIGS DIG/S BS BA TB 2010 76 36 7 91 .319 0.47 476 6.26 7 136 1.79 2 15 17 TOTALS 76 36 7 91 .319 0.47 476 6.26 7 136 1.79 2 15 17 KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS

5 (vs. Virginia, 10/8/10) 9 (vs. Florida State, 10/15/10) 55 (vs. Florida State, 10/15/10) 15 (vs. Florida State, 10/15/10) 2 (vs. Bryant, 9/11/10) 1 (vs. N.C. State, 10/31/10) 3 (vs. Virginia, 10/8/10) 3 (vs. Virginia, 10/8/10) 4 (last at Miami, 11/19/10)

Year SP K E TA 2010 58 14 13 52 TOTALS 58 14 13 52 KILLS ATTEMPTS ASSISTS DIGS SERVICE ACES BLOCK SOLOS BLOCK ASSISTS TOTAL BLOCKS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

CAREER STATISTICS

.PCT KPG A SA DIGS DIG/S BS BA TB .019 0.24 7 4 62 1.07 0 2 2 .019 0.24 7 4 62 1.07 0 2 2

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HISTORY

BEFORE BC

Played for head coach Suphi Doganci at Yuzyil Isil High School … as an eighth grader in 2005-06, led Yuzyil Isil to a first-place finish and repeated as a freshman; followed with second- place finishes as a sophomore and junior … played for 10 years with Eczacibasi Club … captained Eczacibasi to first-place finishes in Turkey in 2005-06, 2006-07, 2008-09, and 200910 … a Turkish national team member that finished in seventh-place at the Balkan Championships in August 2008 … received the Principle Award and Honors Award, both for academics, as a junior in 2008-09.

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3 (vs. Maryland, 11/24/10) 7 (vs. N.C. State, 10/31/10) 3 (vs. Miami, 11/19/10) 15 (vs. Maryland, 11/24/10) 1 (4x, last vs. Maryland, 11/24/10) N/A 1 (vs. Virginia Tech, 11/5/10) 1 (vs. Virginia Tech, 11/5/10) N/A

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15 - KELLIE BARNUM

• Setter, Freshman, 5-11

• Pacific Palisades, CA/Harvard-Westlake/Sunshine VC

• Libero, Freshman, 5-7

• Orange, CA/Orange Lutheran/TCA VC BEFORE BC

A three-year letterman at Orange Lutheran…led the Lancers to Trinity League championships in 2008 and 2010…earned All-League Second-Team honors as a senior…named Best Defensive Player in 2010 and Best Passer in 2009…a four-year mainstay on the High Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Born on Nov. 29, 1992 in Orange, Cailf….the younger of Tina and Les Fields’ two children… has one brother, Lucas…enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences as a biology major.

BEFORE BC

RECORDS

A three-year starter at outside hitter for Marc Laulhere at Orange Lutheran High School…captained the Lancers to the 2010 Trinity League Championship, earning league MVP honors… as a senior, was named to the 2010 AVCA All-American Watch List, Orange County Register First-Team All-County and as a Prep Volleyball Senior Ace...voted the Best Defensive Player and to First-Team All-Trinity League team as a junior…en route to being garnered as the Rookie of the Year, Best Defensive Player and a Second-Team Trinity League member, led the Lancers to a Trinity League championship and through the California Interscholastic Federation quarterfinals…captured five tournament titles – including three consecutive La Jolla Beach Cities Invitational – and three All-Tournament team accolades throughout tenure at Orange Lutheran…won the 16 open silver medal and was named to the All-Tournament team at the Junior Olympics… led TCA Southern California to a U-16 No. 3 final national ranking and Colorado Crossroads championship…captain of the 2009 Global Challenge Team, which competed in Pula, Croatia… led TCASC to a U-17 Reno Qualifier championship, a second place finish at the Las Vegas Invitational and an appearance in the open division at the Junior Olympics.

HISTORY

• Outside Hitter, Freshman, 6-0

• Orange, CA/Orange Lutheran/TCA VC

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PERSONAL

Born Sept. 15, 1993 … parents are Donnalisa and William Barnum … has two older brothers, Michael and Christopher … pursuing a business degree within the Carroll School of Management … can play the piano … member of the Assisteens League at Harvard-Westlake … also competed on high school and club soccer teams, playing varsity as a freshman.

COACHES

BEFORE BC

A standout for Harvard-Westlake High School and Sunshine Volleyball Club … a three-year starter at setter for Adam Black at Harvard-Westlake, leading the Wolverines to three consecutive undefeated Mission League championships from 2008-2010 and collecting All-Mission League honors in 2009 and 2010 ... elected a captain for her senior season, garnering All-Area accolades, named Prep Volleyball’s 2011 Senior Ace, as well as a finalist for the Prep Volleyball Andi Collins Award – the best high school setter in the nation … HWHS won the 2010 Las Vegas Durango Fall Classic and was tabbed as the No. 1 team in the U.S. for the week of Sept. 27 by ESPN Rise … named to the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team, after leading the Wolverines to a second place finish … captain for seven of eight years as a member of Sunshine VC … qualified for the U.S. National Open Division each season with SVC … led Sunshine to back-to-back second place showing at nationals in 2005-06 … guided SVC to a fifth place finish at nationals in 2008 … named to the MLK Speakeasy All-Tournament Team in 2011.

7 - LAUREN FIELDS

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Born on May 17, 1993 ... daughter of Karrie and Ralph Castle … has two older brothers, Grant and Kyle… enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … honor roll student … ongoing volunteer with Habitat for Humanity.

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14 6 13 1 8 12 5 10 11 7 15 2 9 3

Cagla Sen Melissa McTighe Melanie Cimino Krissy Mussenden Krystle Higgins Tsvetelina Dureva Val Mattaliano Manon Palandjian Brennan Clark Kristen Baader Rainey Hanley Alexandra Trobbe Jillian McAndrews Dani Moskitis TEAM BOSTON COLLEGE Opponents

76 102 61 39 101 114 106 11 115 115 60 58 5 39 115 115

k

k/s

Attack e

36 0.47 7 130 1.27 30 61 1.00 19 13 0.33 5 128 1.27 65 372 3.26 176 215 2.03 120 4 0.36 2 201 1.75 129 67 0.58 40 45 0.75 32 14 0.24 13 0 0.00 0 6 0.15 7 1292 11.23 645 1512 13.15 579 BC

1292 645 3935 .164 11.2

OPP 1512 579 4041 .231 13.1

120 250 2282 .890 1.0

135 198 2618 .924 1.2

135 1.2 2407 .944

120 1.0 2025 .941

1708 14.9

1739 15.1

49 357 227.5 2.0 54 59

41 385 233.5 2.0 58 36 6288 15/419 -

Serve se sa/s

476 6.26 7 13 5 0.05 4 9 2 0.03 0 0 351 9.00 5 6 4 0.04 19 28 9 0.08 17 50 10 0.09 13 25 0 0.00 0 1 39 0.34 23 70 42 0.37 23 19 3 0.05 1 3 7 0.12 4 17 0 0.00 0 0 254 6.51 4 9 1202 10.45 120 250 1411 12.27 135 198

Date Aug 27 #Aug 27 Sep 03 Sep 04 Sep 04 Aug 28 Aug 28 Sep 10 Sep 11 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 18 Sep 17 *Sep 21 *Sep 24 *Sep 25 *Oct 01 *Oct 02 *Oct 08 *Oct 10 *Oct 15 *Oct 17 *Oct 22 *Oct 23 *Oct 29 *Oct 31 *Nov 05 *Nov 06 *Nov 12 *Nov 14 *Nov 19 *Nov 21 *Nov 24

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Dig dig dig/s

0.09 1 136 1.79 0.04 0 19 0.19 0.00 0 9 0.15 0.13 0 59 1.51 0.19 1 41 0.41 0.15 5 254 2.23 0.12 5 104 0.98 0.00 0 4 0.36 0.20 39 456 3.97 0.20 61 471 4.10 0.02 2 42 0.70 0.07 7 62 1.07 0.00 1 10 2.00 0.10 0 41 1.05 - 13 1.04 135 1708 14.85 1.17 120 1739 15.12

Opponent vs FOR at HOLY CROSS vs New Hampshire at Harvard vs Eastern Illinois NORTHEASTERN QUINNIPIAC vs HOLY CROSS at Bryant vs Navy vs HOLY CROSS at Brown vs Central Conn. St. at Maryland at NC State at North Carolina at Wake Forest at Duke VIRGINIA VT FLORIDA STATE MIAMI at Georgia Tech at Clemson NORTH CAROLINA NC STATE at VT at Virginia DUKE WAKE FOREST at Miami at Florida State MARYLAND

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

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

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Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

2 15 17 9 68 77 7 30 37 0 13 13 11 79 90 6 43 49 4 53 57 0 4 4 6 22 28 2 8 10 0 9 9 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 11 13 49 357 227.5 41 385 233.5

0.22 3 0.75 7 0.61 1 0.33 2 0.89 13 0.43 2 0.54 8 0.36 2 0.24 1 0.09 6 0.15 2 0.03 3 0.00 0 0.33 4 - 1.98 54 2.03 58

30 2 0 6 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 16 59 36

Score by set 22-25,22-25,13-25 15-25,22-25,16-25 25-22,17-25,18-25,25-23,17-15 25-14,25-15,25-13 28-26,25-18,25-22 25-21,15-25,13-25,21-25 26-24,25-17,25-20 25-17,19-25,28-26,22-25,13-15 25-16,22-25,25-20,20-25,5-15 25-17,15-25,20-25,25-13,15-12 25-18,25-22,25-20 25-16,25-23,25-20 25-14,25-21,25-16 23-25,26-24,20-25,22-25 14-25,20-25,11-25 15-25,20-25,22-25 18-25,23-25,14-25 12-25,25-22,11-25,14-25 17-25,27-25,21-25,17-25 17-25,21-25,17-25 25-23,22-25,17-25,25-23,12-15 19-25,12-25,15-25 15-25,21-25,15-25 21-25,11-25,15-25 20-25,25-23,17-25,16-25 23-25,17-25,23-25 16-25,18-25,14-25 17-25,19-25,15-25 22-25,18-25,14-25 14-25,12-25,14-25 13-25,14-25,16-25 18-25,20-25,24-26 25-18,18-25,25-19,25-23

Record in 3-set matches: 6-16 Record in 4-set matches: 1-5 Record in 5-set matches: 2-3

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Att. 89 108 248 200 100 162 112 46 93 58 77 91 57 127 411 387 322 848 142 142 135 145 1087 522 142 102 597 481 211 232 202 812 116

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1641 11/149 7/96 1 1

91 .319 319 .313 163 .258 36 .222 335 .188 1045 .188 656 .145 17 .118 717 .100 322 .084 159 .082 52 .019 1 .000 22 -.045 3935 .164 4041 .231

sa

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1411 3930 .359 12.3

Set a a/s

pct

HISTORY

1202 3968 .303 10.5

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NEUTRAL 5-2 0-0 5-2

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Team Statistics ATTACK Ki l l s Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET As s i s t s Attempts Assist Pct Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Attempts Serve Pct Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set Attempts Reception Pct DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

sp

AWAY 2-13 0-11 2-2

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HOME 2-9 1-8 1-1

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OVERALL 9-24 1-19 8-5

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The Automated ScoreBook Boston College Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 24, 2010) All matches

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2010 Overall: 9-24; ACC: 1-19

L, 0-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 3-1

Aug. 29 at West Virginia! W, 3-0 Aug. 30 vs. Kent State! L, 1-3 Aug. 30 at Colgate! W, 3-1 Sept. 5 vs. South Carolina# L, 0-3 Sept. 5 vs. Stony Brook# W, 3-2 Sept. 6 at Rhode Island# L, 2-3 Sept. 12 at Yale^ L, 0-3 Sept. 13 vs. Hofstra^ L, 0-3 Sept. 13 vs. Colgate^ W, 3-1 Sept. 17 Harvard* W, 3-1 Sept. 20 at Northeastern* L, 0-3 Sept. 20 vs. Holy Cross* W, 3-0 Sept. 23 at Maryland L, 1-3 Sept. 26 at NC State L, 1-3 Sept. 27 at North Carolina L, 0-3 Oct. 3 Virginia L, 0-3 Oct. 5 Virginia Tech L, 0-3 Oct. 10 at Miami L, 0-3 Oct. 12 at Florida State L, 0-3 Oct. 17 Clemson L, 0-3 Oct. 19 Georgia Tech L, 0-3 Oct. 24 at Wake Forest L, 0-3 Oct. 25 at Duke L, 0-3 Oct. 30 NC State W, 3-0 Oct. 31 North Carolina L, 0-3 Nov. 7 Florida State L, 1-3 Nov. 9 Miami L, 0-3 Nov. 14 at Virginia Tech L, 0-3 Nov. 15 at Virginia L, 0-3 Nov. 21 at Georgia Tech L, 0-3 Nov. 22 at Clemson L, 0-3 Nov. 26 Maryland W, 3-1 ! Colgate Classic # Ram Classic Invitational ^ Yale Invitational * Massachusetts Challenge

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Sept. 1 at Belmont! L, 2-3 Sept. 2 vs. Western Kentucky! L, 0-3 Sept. 2 at Miami (OH)! L, 3-2 Sept. 8 at Connecticut# L, 3-2 Sept. 9 vs. Northern Illinois# L, 3-0 Sept. 9 vs. Quinnipiac# W, 3-0 Sept. 15 vs. Towson^ L, 3-0 Sept. 16 vs. Seton Hall^ L, 3-0 Sept. 16 at Rhode Island^ W, 3-1 Sept. 22 at Miami W, 3-2 Sept. 24 at Florida State L, 3-1 Sept. 28 Virginia L, 3-1 Oct. 1 Virginia Tech W, 3-2 Oct. 3 Maryland W, 3-0 Oct. 6 Clemson L, 3-0 Oct. 8 Georgia Tech W, 3-1 Oct. 13 at Duke L, 3-0 Oct. 14 at Wake Forest L, 3-1 Oct. 20 at NC State W, 3-1 Oct. 21 at North Carolina L, 3-1 Oct. 27 Florida State L, 3-0 Oct. 29 Miami L, 3-1 Nov. 3 at Virginia Tech W, 3-2 Nov. 4 at Virginia L, 3-0 Nov. 7 at Maryland W, 3-0 Nov. 10 Wake Forest W, 3-2 Nov. 12 Duke L, 3-0 Nov. 17 at Georgia Tech L, 3-1 Nov. 18 at Clemson W, 3-1 Nov. 24 North Carolina L, 3-0 Nov. 25 NC State W, 3-0 ! Miami (OH) Invitational Tournament # Connecticut Invitational Tournament ^ Rhode Island Invitational Tournament

BC

Aug. 28 at Buffalo! Aug. 29 vs. Seton Hall! Aug. 29 vs. Fordham! Sept. 4 at St. John’s# Sept. 5 vs. Fordham# Sept. 5 vs. Quinnipiac# Sept. 12 vs. Northeastern^ Sept. 12 at Holy Cross^ Sept. 18 UConn* Sept. 19 Hartford* Sept. 19 Rhode Island*

2008 Overall: 8-24; ACC: 2-18

L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 0-3

RECORDS

2009 Overall: 12-19; ACC 2-18

* Boston College Invitational Tournament

Aug. 24 at Delaware! Aug. 25 vs. South Carolina! Aug. 25 vs. Binghamton! Aug. 30 Northeastern# Aug. 30 Holy Cross# Aug. 31 Sacred Heart# Aug. 31 New Hampshire# Sept. 7 vs. Michigan State^ Sept. 7 vs. Wofford^ Sept. 8 vs. Delaware State^ Sept. 15 Maryland Sept. 21 at Wake Forest Sept. 22 at Duke (14) Sept. 27 NC State Sept. 30 North Carolina Oct. 5 at Virginia Oct. 6 at Virginia Tech Oct. 12 Miami Oct. 13 Florida State Oct. 16 at Maryland Oct. 19 at Clemson Oct. 20 at Georgia Tech Oct. 26 Duke (14) Oct. 28 Wake Forest Nov. 2 at North Carolina Nov. 4 at NC State Nov. 9 at Florida State Nov. 11 at Miami Nov. 16 Virginia Tech Nov. 17 Virginia Nov. 21 Georgia Tech Nov. 23 Clemson (25) ! Delaware Invitational Tournament # Boston College/Northeastern Invitational Tournament ^ Harvard Invitational Tournament

2006 Overall: 12-19; ACC: 10-12

HISTORY

# Harvard Invitational Tournament ^ Bryant Invitational Tournament * Brown Invitational Tournament

^ Beanpot Tournament (hosted by Holy Cross)

2007 Overall: 14-18; ACC: 8-14

REVIEW

! Beanpot Tournament (hosted by Holy Cross/BC)

L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3

PLAYERS

L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1

Sept. 22 Maryland Sept. 24 Wake Forest Sept. 27 Duke Oct. 2 at North Carolina Oct. 3 at NC State Oct. 9 at Clemson Oct. 10 at Georgia Tech Oct. 16 Miami Oct. 18 Florida State Oct. 23 Virginia Tech Oct. 24 Virginia Oct. 30 at Duke Oct. 31 at Wake Forest Nov. 6 Georgia Tech Nov. 8 Clemson Nov. 13 NC State Nov. 14 North Carolina Nov. 20 at Florida State (15) Nov. 22 at Miami Nov. 25 at Maryland ! Buffalo Invitational Tournament # St. John’s Invitational Tournament

COACHES

Aug. 27 vs. Fordham! Aug. 27 at Holy Cross! Aug. 28 Northeastern! Aug. 28 Quinnipiac! Sept. 3 vs. New Hampshire# Sept. 4 at Harvard# Sept. 4 vs. Eastern Illinois# Sept. 10 vs. Holy Cross^ Sept. 11 at Bryant^ Sept. 11 vs. Navy^ Sept. 17 vs. Central Conn. St.* Sept. 18 vs. Holy Cross* Sept. 18 at Brown* Sept. 21 at Maryland Sept. 24 at NC State Sept. 25 at North Carolina Oct. 1 at Wake Forest Oct. 2 at Duke Oct. 8 Virginia Oct. 10 Virginia Tech Oct. 15 Florida State Oct. 17 Miami Oct. 22 at Georgia Tech Oct. 23 at Clemson Oct. 29 North Carolina Oct. 31 NC State Nov. 5 at Virginia Tech Nov. 6 at Virginia Nov. 12 Duke Nov. 14 Wake Forest Nov. 19 at Miami Nov. 21 at Florida State Nov. 24 Maryland

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COLLEGE

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS COLLEGE

Sept. 1 Stanford (3)! L, 0-3 Sept. 3 Syracuse! L, 1-3 Sept. 3 Maine! W, 3-0 Sept. 9 at Harvard# W, 3-2 Sept. 10 vs. Rhode Island# L, 0-3 Sept. 10 vs. Holy Cross# W, 3-0 Sept. 16 vs. Siena^ W, 3-0 Sept. 17 vs. Florida Atlantic^ L, 2-3 Sept. 17 at New Hampshire^ W, 3-0 Sept. 20 at Maryland L, 1-3 Sept. 23 Miami L, 0-3 Sept. 24 Florida State L, 1-3 Sept. 30 at Virginia L, 0-3 Oct. 1 at Virginia Tech L, 0-3 Oct. 7 at Clemson W, 3-1 Oct. 8 at Georgia Tech L, 0-3 Oct. 14 Duke L, 1-3 Oct. 16 Wake Forest L, 0-3 Oct. 18 Maryland L, 0-3 Oct. 21 NC State L, 1-3 Oct. 23 North Carolina L, 1-3 Oct. 28 at Florida State L, 2-3 Oct. 30 at Miami L, 0-3 Nov. 4 Virginia Tech W, 3-0 Nov. 5 Virginia L, 0-3 Nov. 11 at Wake Forest L, 0-3 Nov. 12 at Duke L, 0-3 Nov. 18 Georgia Tech W, 3-1 Nov. 19 Clemson L, 2-3 Nov. 25 at North Carolina L, 1-3 Nov. 26 at NC State W, 3-0 ! Boston College Invitational Tournament # New England Challenge ^ Ocean National Bank Invitational Tournament

2004 Overall: 20-12; BIG EAST: 6-4

Sept. 1 at Rhode Island Sept. 3 vs. Eastern Illinois! Sept. 3 vs. Portland State! Sept. 4 vs. Fairfield! Sept. 4 at Maine! Sept. 7 at Northeastern Sept. 10 TCU# Sept. 10 St. Peter’s# Sept. 14 Holy Cross Sept. 17 at Marquette^ Sept. 18 vs. South Dakota State^ Sept. 18 vs. Loyola (IL)^

W, 3-2 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 2-3

Sept. 24 at Brown* Sept. 25 vs. Albany* Sept. 25 vs. St. Peter’s* Sept. 28 New Hampshire Oct. 1 at Rutgers@ Oct. 2 vs. UConn Oct. 5 Harvard Oct. 9 Georgetown Oct. 12 at Providence Oct. 18 at Quinnipiac Oct. 22 Rutgers Oct. 24 Seton Hall Oct. 30 at Pittsburgh Oct. 31 at West Virginia Nov. 5 at Syracuse Nov. 7 at Notre Dame Nov. 11 UConn Nov. 14 St. John’s Nov. 20 vs. Notre Dame% ! Sea Sun Invitational Tournament # New England Challenge ^ Jesuit Joust Tournament (hosted by Marquette) * Brown Invitational Tournament @ Rutgers Invitational Tournament % BIG EAST Tournament

2003 Overall: 17-12; BIG EAST: 3-9 Aug. 29 vs. Canisius! Aug. 29 vs. Cleveland State! Aug. 30 at Buffalo! Aug. 30 vs. Niagra! Sept. 5 vs. Hartford# Sept. 6 at Holy Cross# Sept. 9 at New Hampshire Sept. 12 Furman^ Sept. 13 Colgate^ Sept. 13 Towson^ Sept. 16 Dartmouth Sept. 24 at Harvard Sept. 27 West Virginia Sept. 28 Pittsburgh Oct. 3 at Virginia Tech Oct. 5 at Miami Oct. 8 at Sacred Heart Oct. 15 Quinnipiac Oct. 17 Providence Oct. 24 Notre Dame (15) Oct. 26 Syracuse Oct. 21 Villanova Nov. 2 Georgetown Nov. 6 at Central Connecticut Nov. 7 at St. John’s Nov. 9 at UConn Nov. 15 at Seton Hall Nov. 16 at Rutgers

W, 3-2 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-3

W, 3-1 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3

! Western New York Tournament (hosted by Buffalo)

# Holy Crusaders Classic ^ New England Challenge

2002 Overall: 14-18; BIG EAST: 3-10

Aug. 30 vs. Weber State! Aug. 30 vs. Tennessee Tech! Aug. 31 at College of Charleston! Sept. 6 vs. Lamar University# Sept. 7 vs. Samford# Sept. 7 at Mississippi State# Sept. 13 vs. Loyola-Marymount^ Sept. 14 at Maryland^ Sept. 14 vs. Indiana^ Sept. 18 at Dartmouth Sept. 20 Gardner-Webb* Sept. 21 Gardner-Webb* Sept. 21 Memphis* Sept. 25 Harvard Sept. 28 Miami Sept. 29 Virginia Tech Oct. 2 New Hampshire Oct. 9 Maine Oct. 11 at Pittsburgh Oct. 13 at West Virginia Oct. 16 at Quinnipiac Oct. 18 at Providence Oct. 23 Sacred Heart Oct. 25 Rutgers Oct. 27 Seton Hall Nov. 1 at Syracuse Nov. 3 at Notre Dame Nov. 6 Central Conn. State Nov. 8 at Georgetown Nov. 10 at Villanova Nov. 15 Connecticut Nov. 17 St. John’s ! College of Charleston Tournament # Mississippi State Classic ^ Maryland Invitational Tournament * Eagle Challenge 2001 Overall: 18-11; BIG EAST: 5-7 Sept. 1 at Maine! Sept. 1 vs. Eastern Washington! Sept. 2 vs. Army! Sept. 5 at New Hampshire Sept. 7 Lafayette Sept. 8 Loyola Sept. 8 Colgate Sept. 19 Dartmouth Sept. 21 at Villanova Sept. 23 at Rutgers Sept. 26 Albany Sept. 28 vs. Long Island# Sept. 29 vs. Wagner# Sept. 29 vs. Cornell# Oct. 3 at Harvard Oct. 6 Nortre Dame Oct. 7 Syracuse Oct. 10 New Hampshire Oct. 12 at West Virginia Oct. 14 at Pittsburgh

Oct. 17 Oct. 24 at Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 at Nov. 2 at Nov. 4 at Nov. 9 Nov. 11

W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3

W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3

BC

RECORDS

HISTORY

REVIEW

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OUTLOOK

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Northeastern Sacred Heart St. John’s Seton Hall Central Connecticut Virginia Tech Georgetown Providence UConn

W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 1-3

! Sea-Sun Opener Invitational (hosted by Maine)

# Wagner Invitational Tournament 2000 Overall: 13-17; BIG EAST: 4-7

Sept. 1 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sept. 2 vs. Furman Sept. 2 at Univ. of South Florida Sept. 6 New Hampshire Sept. 8 Purdue Sept. 9 Lamar Sept. 9 Purdue Sept. 10 Southwest Missouri Sept. 13 at New Hampshire Sept. 16 Toledo Sept. 20 Harvard Sept. 26 at Northeastern Sept. 29 West Virginia Oct. 1 Pittsburgh Oct. 6 at St. John’s Oct. 8 at Connecticut Oct. 11 at Brown Oct. 18 at Dartmouth Oct. 20 Villanova Oct. 22 Georgetown Oct. 24 at Albany Oct. 27 at Rutgers Oct. 29 at Seton Hall Nov. 1 Siena Nov. 3 at Notre Dame Nov. 5 at Syracuse Nov. 8 Central Connecticut Nov. 11 at Providence

L, 2-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1

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COLLEGE

1999 Overall: 13-17; BIG EAST: 3-8

COLLEGE Nov. 6 Pittsburgh Nov. 8 West Virginia Nov. 11 at Brown Nov. 15 at St. John’s Nov. 15 at Connecticut ! Loyola (IL) Tournament

L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3

# New England Invitational (hosted by Harvard)

L, 0-3 L, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3

1995 Overall: 12-24; BIG EAST: 1-10

Delaware State! W, 3-0 Rhode Island! L, 0-3 Mississippi! L, 0-3 Delaware! L, 0-3 Jacksonville W, 3-1 Harvard# L, 0-3 Hartford# W, 3-1 Northeastern# W, 3-1 Providence# W, 3-2 Georgia Tech^ L, 0-3 Georgia State^ W, 3-1 Clemson* L, 0-3 Georgia Tech* L, 0-3 Maryland-Baltimore% L, 0-3 Drexel% W, 3-2 Virginia Commonwealth W, 3-1 Cal-State Sacremento@ L, 0-3 Illinois State@ L, 0-3 Hofstra@ L, 1-3 Central Connecticut@ W, 3-0 Siena L, 0-3 Providence L, 1-3 UMass-Amherst L, 0-3 Syracuse L, 1-3

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Fairfield W, 3-1 Central Connecticut W, 3-1 Drexel L, 2-3 UMass-Amherst L, 0-3 Holy Cross W, 3-1 Harvard W, 3-1 Northeastern W, 3-2 St. Francis W, 3-0 Vermont W, 3-0 Illinois L, 0-3 Colgate W, 3-0 Northeastern W, 3-2 Iowa State L, 0-3 Rhode Island L, 0-3 Seton Hall L, 0-3 Pittsburgh L, 0-3 UConn L, 0-3 Siena W, 3-0 Villanova L, 1-3 Holy Cross W, 3-0 Virginia Commonwealth L, 1-3 Army W, 3-1 Univ. Central Florida L, 0-3 Syracuse W, 3-0 Georgetown L, 0-3 Providence L, 0-3 St. John’s W, 3-0 Central Connecticut W, 3-1 Hofstra L, 0-3 American L, 0-3 Vermont W, 3-0 Providence L, 0-3

BC

Sept. 1 vs. Sept. 1 at Sept. 2 vs. Sept. 2 vs. Sept. 4 Sept. 8 Sept. 8 Sept. 9 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 vs. Sept. 16 at Sept. 17 vs. Sept. 17 vs. Sept. 23 vs. Sept. 23 at Sept. 28 Sept. 29 vs. Sept. 29 vs. Sept. 30 at Sept. 30 vs. Oct. 4 at Oct. 7 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 at

Sept. 2 Sept. 3 tSept. 3 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 10 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 17 Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 24 Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Oct. 29 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 9 Nov. 11 Nov. 12 Nov. 12 Nov. 15

RECORDS

L, 1-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1

Aug. 29 at Florida State! Aug. 30 vs. Purdue! Aug. 30 vs. Mississippi! Sept. 5 vs. Northeastern# Sept. 6 vs. Auburn# Sept. 6 at Rhode Island# Sept. 9 at New Hampshire Sept. 12 vs. Harvard^ Sept. 12 vs. Holy Cross^ Sept. 13 vs. Colgate^ Sept. 13 at Brown^ Sept. 20 at UConn* Sept. 20 vs. Harvard* Sept. 26 at Dartmouth% Sept. 27 vs. Northeastern% Sept. 27 vs. Siena% Oct. 3 Rutgers Oct. 5 Seton Hall Oct. 11 Notre Dame Oct. 12 Syracuse Oct. 17 at Fairfield Oct. 24 at Providence Oct. 26 Yale Nov. 1 at West Virginia Nov. 2 at Pittsburgh Nov. 5 at Central Connecticut Nov. 8 UConn Nov. 9 St. John’s Nov. 15 at Georgetown Nov. 16 at Villanova ! Florida State Tournament # R.I.Tournament ^ Brown Invitational * UConn Invitational Tournament % Dartmouth Invitational Tournament

1994 Overall: 16-16; BIG EAST: 2-6

HISTORY

1998 Overall: 12-19; BIG EAST: 0-11 Sept. 5 vs. Cal-State Northridge! Sept. 5 vs. Marquette! Sept. 6 vs. Bowling Green! Sept. 6 at Loyola (IL)! Sept. 12 at Harvard# Sept. 13 vs. Central Connectictut# Sept. 13 vs. Holy Cross# Sept. 17 vs. Cal-State Northridge^ Sept. 18 vs. Yale^ Sept. 18 vs. Holy Cross^ Sept. 19 vs. Hartford^ Sept. 19 vs. Bucknell^ Sept. 23 at Northeastern Sept. 27 Manhattan Sept. 30 Holy Cross Oct. 3 Villanova Oct. 4 Georgetown Oct. 10 at Seton Hall Oct. 11 at Rutgers Oct. 14 Harvard Oct. 18 at Dartmouth Oct. 23 at Syracuse Oct. 25 at Notre Dame Oct. 28 Dartmouth Oct. 30 Providence Nov. 1 Fairfield Nov. 4 Central Connecticut

1997 Overall: 7-24; BIG EAST: 1-10

REVIEW

Oregon L, 1-3 Wofford W, 3-0 Virginia Commonwealth W, 3-0 Northeastern L, 1-3 New Hampshire L, 1-3 St. Peter’s L, 2-3 Harvard W, 3-2 Portland W, 3-1 Hartford W, 3-0 Marshall L, 0-3 Indiana L, 0-3 Harvard L, 0-3 Northeastern L, 1-3 St. John’s L, 0-3 UConn W, 3-2 New Hampshire L, 0-3 Villanova W, 3-1 Georgetown L, 1-3 Marist W, 3-0 Albany W, 3-0 Brown W, 3-1 Rutgers L, 0-3 Seton Hall L, 2-3 Notre Dame L, 0-3 Syracuse W, 3-0 Central Connecticut W, 3-0 Providence L, 1-3 Sacred Heart W, 3-0 West Virginia L, 1-3 Pittsburgh L, 0-3

PLAYERS

Sept. 1 Sept. 3 vs. Sept. 4 vs. Sept. 4 vs. Sept. 8 at Sept. 11 Sept. 11 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 vs. Sept. 18 at Sept. 22 at Sept. 29 Oct. 2 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 at Oct. 10 at Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 30 Oct. 31 Nov. 3 at Nov. 5 Nov. 10 Nov. 13 at Nov. 14 at

Oct. 15 at Pittsburgh L, 0-3 Oct. 18 at Yale L, 1-3 Oct. 20 St. John’s L, 0-3 Oct. 22 UConn L, 1-3 Oct. 28 at Georgetown L, 1-3 Oct. 29 at Villanova L, 0-3 Nov. 1 at Brown W, 3-0 Nov. 4 Rutgers W, 3-1 Nov. 5 Seton Hall L, 0-3 Nov. 8 at Central Connecticut W, 3-2 Nov. 11 West Virginia L, 1-3 Nov. 12 Notre Dame L, 0-3 ! R.I. Invitational * ACC/BIG EAST Challenge # Eagle Classic ^ Georgia State Classic % Drexel Invitational @ Hosftra Invitational

COACHES

^ Army Tournament

1996 Overall: 13-19; BIG EAST: 0-11 Aug. 30 vs. Loyola (IL)! L, 1-3 Aug. 31 at UConn! L, 0-3 Aug. 31 vs. New Hampshire! W, 3-0 Sept. 6 vs. Fairfield# W, 3-1 Sept. 7 vs. Howard# W, 3-0 Sept. 7 vs. Long Island# W, 3-0 Sept. 13 vs. Utah State^ W, 3-1 Sept. 14 vs. Drexel^ W, 3-2 Sept. 14 at Northeastern^ W, 3-1 Sept. 17 New Hampshire W, 3-1 Sept. 20 Cincinnati* L, 0-3 Sept. 21 Dartmouth* L, 1-3 Sept. 21 Minnesota* L, 0-3 Sept. 25 Fairfield W, 3-0 Oct. 5 at Hartford W, 3-0 Oct. 8 at Holy Cross W, 3-0 Oct. 11 at West Virgina L, 1-3 Oct. 13 at Notre Dame L, 0-3 Oct. 16 at Harvard W, 5-2 Oct. 18 at Providence L, 1-3 Oct. 22 at Rhode Island L, 0-3 Oct. 25 Pittsburgh L, 1-3 Oct. 27 Syracuse L, 1-3 Oct. 30 Brown L, 0-3 Nov. 2 at St. John’s L, 0-3 Nov. 3 at UConn L, 0-3 Nov. 6 Central Conn. State W, 3-0 Nov. 8 Villanova L, 0-3 Nov. 10 Georgetown L, 0-3 Nov. 13 at UMass-Amherst L, 0-3 Nov. 16 at Seton Hall L, 0-3 Nov. 17 at Rutgers L, 3-0 ! UConn Tournament # Army Tournament ^New England Invitational * Eagle Classic

OUTLOOK

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1993 Overall: 9-23; BIG EAST: 0-7

Sept. 2 at Loyola (IL) Sept. 3 vs. St. Mary’s! Sept. 3 at Bradley! Sept. 4 vs. St. Louis! Sept. 4 vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay! Sept. 5 at Northeastern Illinois Sept. 15 Northeastern Sept. 21 at Harvard Sept. 24 vs. Navy# Sept. 25 at Penn# Sept. 25 vs. Canisus# Sept. 29 Dartmouth Oct. 6 at Hartford Oct. 8 at Syracuse Oct. 9 at Colgate Oct. 9 vs. Army Oct. 13 Providence Oct. 15 Hartford^ Oct. 16 Central Connecticut^ Oct. 16 Yale^ Oct. 19 at Northeastern Oct. 22 at Villanova Oct. 23 at Georgetown Oct. 24 at George Mason Oct. 26 at Holy Cross Oct. 29 Seton Hall Nov. 2 Rhode Island Nov. 6 Pittsburgh Nov. 7 UConn Nov. 11 at Central Connecticut Nov. 17 at Providence Nov. 20 vs. Pittsburgh* ! Bradley Tournament # Penn Tournament ^ Eagle Classic * BIG EAST Tournament

L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-3

1992 Overall: 12-25; BIG EAST: 0-7 Sept. 3 Cleveland State Sept. 4 West Virginia Sept. 4 Ohio State Sept. 5 James Madison Sept. 16 Northeastern Sept. 22 Harvard Sept. 25 Providence Sept. 26 Rhode Island Sept. 26 Rutgers Sept. 30 UConn Oct. 2 Pittsburgh Oct. 3 Akron Oct. 4 Duquense Oct. 7 Providence Oct. 10 Fordham Oct. 10 Fairfield Oct. 11 Fairleigh Dickenson Oct. 11 Central Connecticut Oct. 13 Hartford Oct. 18 Seton Hall Oct. 18 Marist Oct. 20 Holy Cross Oct. 23 Bucknell Oct. 24 Iona Oct. 24 UConn Oct. 28 Northeastern Oct. 30 Villanova Oct. 31 Georgetown Nov. 3 Central Connecticut Nov. 6 Syracuse Nov. 11 Providence Nov. 14 Brown Nov. 14 Princeton Nov. 15 Brown Nov. 15 Harvard Nov. 21 Pittsburgh Nov. 21 Georgetown

L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 1-3

1991 Overall: 3-21; BIG EAST: 0-7

Sept. 6 vs. Siena! Sept. 6 vs. Holy Cross! Sept. 7 at Hartford Sept. 7 vs. St. Peter’s Sept. 10 Northeastern Sept. 20 at Valparaiso# Sept. 20 vs. Bradley# Sept. 20 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sept. 22 at Notre Dame Oct. 4 vs. Colgate Oct. 5 at Syracuse Oct. 9 Rhode Island Oct. 11 at Georgetown Oct. 12 at Villanova Oct. 15 at Hartford Oct. 18 Pittsburgh Oct. 20 Seton Hall Oct. 25 at Northeastern Oct. 27 Providence Oct. 29 at Holy Cross Nov. 1 UConn Nov. 13 at Providence Nov. 15 at Clemson Nov. 16 vs. UNC-Wilmington ! Hartford Invitational # Valparaiso Tournament

W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, n/a L, n/a L, n/a

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1990 Overall: 15-20; BIG EAST: 3-4 Sept. 4 Central Conn. W, 3-1 Sept. 7 vs. Army! L, 1-3 Sept. 7 vs. Villanova! L, 2-3 Sept. 8 Drexel L, 1-3 Sept. 8 UMass-Amherst W, 3-0 Sept. 11 at Northeastern L, 0-3 Sept. 14 vs. Loyola (IL)# L, 0-3 Sept. 15 at Wisconsin-Green Bay# L, 1-3 Sept. 15 vs. Bradley# L, 0-3 Sept. 18 UMass-Amerst W, 3-0 Sept. 19 at Harvard W, 3-1 Sept. 21 vs. Fairfield^ W, 3-0 Sept. 22 vs. Seton Hall^ L, 0-3 Sept. 23 vs. LaSalle^ W, 3-1 Sept. 23 vs. Holy Cross^ W, 3-1 Sept. 28 Georgetown L, 0-3 Sept. 29 Duquense W, 3-0 Sept. 29 Villanova W, 3-1 Oct. 2 Hartford W, 3-2 Oct. 5 Syracuse L, 0-3 Oct. 9 Dartmouth L, 3-0 Oct. 10 at UConn L, 0-3 Oct. 12 Providence L, 0-3 Oct. 19 at Pittsburgh L, 0-3 Oct. 20 at Duquense W, 3-1 Oct. 24 at UMass-Amherst L, 1-3 Oct. 27 at Seton Hall W, 3-0 Oct. 30 at Holy Cross L, 1-3 Nov. 3 vs. Brown* L, 2-3 Nov. 3 vs. Hartford* W, 3-2 Nov. 3 vs. Yale* L, 0-3 Nov. 3 at Harvard* L, 2-3 Nov. 6 at Providence W, 3-2 Nov. 16 vs. Seton Hall% L, 0-3 Nov. 17 vs. Villanova% L, 0-3 ! Hartford Tournament # Wisconsin-Green Bay Tournament ^ National Catholic Tournament * Harvard Tournament % BIG EAST Tournament

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Most Contended Rivalries 24 - Northeastern, 22 - Harvard, 22 - Holy Cross, 22 - Providence 19 - Seton Hall, 18 - Central Conn., 17- UConn., 17 - Pittsburgh, 16 - Georgetown, 16 - Syracuse 16 - Villanova

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Series Last Totals Began Match MP W L Pct. 2007 Sept. 7, 2007 1 0 1 .000 1996 Sept. 21, 1996 1 0 1 .000 1995 Aug. 30, 1997 2 0 2 .000 2002 Sept. 7, 2002 1 0 1 .000 1993 Sept. 11, 2010 2 2 0 1.000 1996 Sept. 3, 2010 15 6 9 .400 First Meeting 2003 Aug. 30, 2003 1 1 0 1.000 1990 Aug. 28, 2010 24 10 14 .417 1993 Sept. 5, 1993 1 0 1 .000 2005 Oct. 29, 2010 12 0 12 .000 2005 Oct. 31, 2010 12 8 4 .750 2006 Sept. 9, 2006 1 0 1 .000 1991 Nov. 20, 2004 11 1 10 .091 1992 Sept. 4, 1992 1 0 1 .000 1999 Sept. 1, 1999 1 0 1 .000 1993 Sept. 25, 1993 1 0 1 .000 1990 Oct. 30, 2004 17 1 16 .059 1999 Sept. 3, 2004 2 1 1 .500 1992 Nov. 14, 1992 1 0 1 .000 1990 Oct. 12, 2004 22 7 15 .318 1997 Sept. 8, 2000 3 0 3 .000 2002 Aug. 28, 2010 6 6 0 1.000 1991 Sept. 19, 2009 12 3 9 .250 1992 Oct. 1, 2004 12 4 8 .250 1999 Aug. 31, 2007 5 5 0 1.000 2002 Sept. 7, 2002 1 1 0 1.000 1990 Aug. 29, 2009 19 3 16 .158 1991 Sept. 16, 2005 6 5 1 .833 2007 Sept. 5, 2008 2 0 2 .000 2004 Sept. 18, 2004 1 0 1 .000 2000 Sept. 10, 2000 1 0 1 .000 1994 Sept. 16, 1994 1 1 0 1.000 1994 Nov. 14, 2004 11 3 8 .273 1991 Sept. 11, 1999 2 1 1 .500 2005 Sept. 1, 2005 1 0 1 .000 2008 Sept. 5, 2008 1 1 0 1.000 1990 Sept. 3, 2005 16 4 12 .250 2002 Aug. 30, 2002 1 1 0 1.000 2004 Sept. 10, 2004 1 0 1 .000 2000 Sept. 16, 2000 1 1 0 1.000 2003 Sept. 15, 2006 2 0 2 .000 1990 Sept. 18, 2009 17 4 13 .235 1990 Nov. 13, 1996 6 2 4 .333 2000 Sept. 2, 2000 1 0 1 .000 First Meeting 1996 Sept. 13, 1996 1 1 0 1.000 1991 Sept. 20, 1991 1 0 1 .000 1990 Oct. 21, 2003 16 4 12 .250 2005 Nov. 6, 2010 12 1 11 .083 1994 Sept. 4, 1999 2 2 0 1.000 2001 Nov. 5, 2010 14 5 9 .357 2001 Sept. 29, 2001 1 1 0 1.000 2005 Nov. 14, 2010 11 2 9 .182 2002 Aug. 30, 2002 1 1 0 1.000 1992 Aug. 29, 2007 18 4 8 .222 2006 Sept. 2, 2006 1 0 1 .000 First Meeting 1990 Sept. 4, 1993 2 0 2 .000 1991 Sept. 1, 2000 2 0 2 .000 1999 Sept. 7, 2007 2 2 0 1.000 1990 Sept. 12, 2008 6 1 5 .167

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Opponent Michigan State Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi St. Navy New Hampshire NJIT Niagara Northeastern Northeastern Illinois North Carolina NC State Northern Illinois Notre Dame Ohio St. Oregon Penn Pittsburgh Portland Princeton Providence Purdue Quinnipiac Rhode Island Rutgers Sacred Heart Samford Seton Hall Siena South Carolina South Dakota St. Southwest Missouri St. Francis St. John’s St. Peter’s Stanford Stony Brook Syracuse Tennessee Tech TCU Toledo Towson UConn UMass-Amherst USF Utah Utah St. Valporaiso Villanova Virginia VCU Virginia Tech Wagner Wake Forest Weber St. West Virginia Western Kentucky Wisconsin Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wofford Yale

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Series Last Totals Began Match MP W L Pct. 1992 Oct. 3, 1992 1 0 1 .000 1999 Sept. 25, 2004 4 3 1 .750 1987 Oct. 22, 1994 5 2 3 .400 1997 Sept. 6, 1997 1 0 1 .000 2006 Sept. 1, 2006 1 0 1 .000 2007 Aug. 25, 2007 1 0 1 .000 1998 Sept. 6, 1998 1 0 1 .000 1990 Sept. 4, 1993 3 0 3 .000 1990 Sept. 21, 2010 11 6 5 .545 2010 Sept. 11, 2010 1 0 1 .000 1984 Sept. 19, 1998 4 3 1 .750 2003 Aug. 28, 2009 2 1 1 .500 1998 Sept. 17, 1998 2 0 2 .000 1995 Sept. 25, 1995 1 0 1 .000 2003 Aug. 29, 2003 1 1 0 1.000 1990 Sept. 17, 2010 18 18 0 1.000 1996 Sept. 20, 1996 1 0 1 .000 1988 Oct. 23, 2010 13 2 11 .134 1992 Aug. 29, 2003 2 0 2 .000 1991 Aug. 30, 2008 8 6 2 .750 First Meeting 2002 Aug. 31, 2002 1 1 0 1.000 1985 Sept. 29, 2001 7 0 7 .000 1990 Sept. 16, 2003 10 6 4 .600 1995 Aug. 24, 2007 2 0 2 .000 1995 Sept. 8, 2007 2 2 0 1.000 1990 Sept. 14, 1996 4 2 2 .500 2005 Nov. 12, 2010 10 0 10 .000 1990 Oct. 4, 1992 3 3 0 1.000 2004 Sept. 4, 2010 2 1 1 .500 2001 Sept. 1, 2001 1 0 1 .000 1990 Sept. 4, 2004 8 6 2 .750 1992 Oct. 11, 1992 1 1 0 1.000 First Meeting 2005 Sept. 17, 2005 1 0 1 .000 1992 Aug. 27, 2010 4 3 1 .750 2000 Sept. 12, 2003 2 2 0 1.000 2002 Sept. 21, 2002 2 2 0 1.000 1990 Oct. 9, 2004 16 1 15 .063 1993 Oct. 24, 1993 1 0 1 .000 1995 Oct. 22, 2010 14 2 12 .143 1990 Sept. 19, 2009 13 8 5 .615 1990 Sept. 4, 2010 22 16 6 .727 n/a Sept. 13, 2008 5 0 5 .000 1990 Sept. 18, 2010 22 18 4 .818 1996 Sept. 7, 1996 1 1 0 1.000 1999 Sept. 14, 2002 2 0 2 .000 1992 Oct. 24, 1992 1 1 0 1.000 1995 Sept. 4, 1995 1 1 0 1.000 1992 Sept. 5, 1992 1 0 1 .000 2008 Aug. 30, 2008 1 0 1 .000 2001 Sept. 7, 2001 1 1 0 1.000 2000 Sept. 6, 2002 2 0 2 .000 1990 Sept. 23, 1990 1 1 0 1.000 1996 Sept. 28, 201 2 2 0 1.000 1993 Sept. 6, 1998 6 5 1 .833 2002 Sept. 13, 2002 1 0 1 .000 2001 Sept. 3, 2005 4 4 0 1.000 1998 Sept. 27, 1998 1 1 0 1.000 1992 Oct. 13, 1999 2 2 0 1.000 1998 Sept. 17, 2004 2 1 1 .500 1999 Sept. 17, 1999 1 0 1 .000 2002 Nov. 24, 2010 13 5 8 .385 1995 Sept. 23, 2010 1 0 1 .000 2002 Sept. 21, 2002 1 0 1 .000 2002 Nov. 19, 2010 14 2 14 .143 2006 Sept. 2, 2006 1 0 1 .000

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Opponent Akron Albany Army Auburn Belmont Binghamton Bowling Green Bradley Brown Bryant Bucknell Buffalo Cal State-Northridge Cal State-Sacramento Canisius Central Conn. Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland St. Colgate Columbia Coll. of Charleston Cornell Dartmouth Delaware Delaware St. Drexel Duke Duquesne Eastern Illinois Eastern Washington Fairfield Fairleigh Dickenson Florida FAU Fordham Furman Gardner-Webb Georgetown George Mason Georgia Tech Hartford Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Howard Indiana Iona Jacksonville James Madison Kent State Lafayette Lamar LaSalle Long Island Loyola (IL) Loyola-Marymount Maine Manhattan Marist Marquette Marshall Maryland Maryland-Baltimore Memphis Miami Miami (OH)

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A Andersen, Katie - Outside Hitter................................ 2001-04 Anderson, Allison - Outside Hitter.............................. 2003-06 Aron, Liz - Outside Hitter........................................... 2002-04 B Baader, Kristen - Libero/Outside Hitter...................... 2007-10 Bach, Rachel - Outside Hitter................................ 1999-2002 Bain, Aisha - Middle Blocker........................................... 1996 Barnum, Kellie - Setter....................................................2011 Baxter, Suzanne - Middle Hitter................................. 1992-93 Berry, Sharla - Setter...................................................... 1997 Blaich, Meleana - Right-Side Hitter........................... 1997-98 Blandino, Dara - Middle Blocker................................ 2001-02 Blumenberg, Ellen.......................................................... 1990 Boyle, Jeana - Setter...................................................... 2000 Brizzolara, Jessica - Setter........................................ 2001-02 Broderick, Eileen - Middle Hitter................................ 1994-97 Broussard, Jeanne - Setter........................................ 1990-93 Brown, Jennifer............................................................... 1990 Bucholz, Jennifer - Middle Blocker............................ 1996-98 C Calloway, Genese - Defensive Specialist....................... 1998 Carlson, Kim - Middle Blocker............................... 1999-2002 Carlsten.......................................................................... 1992 Carpenter, Cathleen - Middle Hitter........................... 1995-98 Casey, Anne.............................................................. 1990-92 Castle, Courtney - Outside Hitter.....................................2011 Chandler, Christine - Middle Blocker.............................. 2002 Charlton, Kyleen - Setter....................................... 1998-2000 Chiaverini, Amy - Middle Blocker............................... 1998-99 Cimino, Melanie - Middle Hitter................................. 2007-10 Clark, Brennan - Libero/Outside Hitter.............. 2008-present Cody, Heather............................................................ 1989-92 Cope, Lindsaey - Setter/Def. Specialist.......................... 2001 Cruz, Carolina - Outside Hitter....................................... 1999 D Davis, Shardai - Middle Blocker................................ 2003-06 DeLong, Laura - Outside Hitter.................................. 1996-99 Douglas, Melody - Outside Hitter............................... 1991-93 Dureva, Tsvetelina - Outside Hitter.................... 2008-present E Eichler, Audrey - Middle Hitter........................................ 2007 El-Hag, Julia - Outside Hitter................................. 1997-2000 Eskay, Nancy - Setter..................................................... 1997 F Farrell, Katie - Setter................................................. 1991-93 Fields, Lauren - Libero.....................................................2011 Fitterer, Mary - Setter/Def. Specialist.............................. 1999 Fitzmorris, Alex - Middle Blocker.....................................2011 Fitzpatrick, Alexandra - Middle Hitter.............................. 2008 Flood, Clare - Middle Hitter............................................. 2009 Fry-Pasic, Morgan - Outside Hitter................................. 2009 G Gaehwiler, Jeannatte - Setter/Outside Hitter............. 1991-93 Gallacher, Julia - Right-Side Hitter............................ 1994-97 Gingras, Natalie - Right-Side Hitter................................ 1997 Glovna, Allison........................................................... 1990-91 Grubb, Courteney - Out. Hitter/Def. Specialist.......... 1995-98 H Hanley, Rainey - Outside Hitter................................. 2008-10 Hasebroock, Abigail - Middle Hitter........................... 2004-07 Hasley, Kimberly............................................................. 1990 Hensel, Chelsea - Defensive Specialist.......................... 2003 Herman, Deanna - Outside Hitter.............................. 1993-96 Higgins, Clare - Defensive Specialist............................. 2008 Higgins, Krystle - Middle Hitter.......................... 2009-present I Iszczyszyn, Ella.............................................................. 1992 J

Johnson, Kelsey - Outside Hitter............................... 2004-07 K Kenney, Kristin - Setter.............................................. 2003-06 Kolosky, Mollie - Outside Hitter.......................... 2008-present Korn, Michelle................................................................. 1990 Krautmanis, Lia - Middle Blocker............................... 2003-06 L LaMothe, Michelle - Defensive Specialist.................. 2000-01 Laurence, Amy - Outside Hitter................................. 1994-97 Lavold, Kathy - Middle Blocker....................................... 1999 Legan, Nancy - Middle Blocker.................................. 2000-01 Lynch, Jennifer.......................................................... 1991-92 M MacKinnon, Maryellen............................................... 1990-91 Mattaliano, Val - Outside Hitter.......................... 2009-present McEnroe, Jennifer .................................................... 1990-91 McKenney, Mary Ann...................................................... 1991 McTighe, Melissa - Middle Hitter....................... 2010-present Meredith, Jordan - Outsdie Hitter.............................. 2008-09 Meyeringh, Jessica......................................................... 1991 Meyerwitz, Beth-Ann - Middle Hitter.......................... 1992-93 Miller, Robin - Setter....................................................... 1996 Moir, Meggie - Setter/Right-Side Hitter........................... 2006 Morelli, Christine - Outside Hitter............................... 1992-95 Moskitis, Dani - Setter............................................... 2007-10 Murphy, Tish.............................................................. 1991-92 Mussenden, Krissy - Setter................................... 2009-2010 N Niemczewska, Dorota - Outside Hitter...................... 2003-06 O Oswalt, Claire - Outside/Right-Side Hitter................. 1997-98 P Palandjian, Manon - Outside Hitter.................... 2009-present Pierpont, Brittany - Setter.......................................... 2005-08 Powers, Laura - Middle Blocker................................. 2000-01 Q Quilico, Cathy - Libero.................................................... 2007 R Roberts, Kristen - Middle Hitter................................. 1992-95 Rodriguez, Ivonne - Outside Hitter................................. 1993 Rost, Verena - Setter/Outside Hitter.......................... 2002-05 S Schwer, Lauren - Outside Hitter/Setter.................. 1999-2002 Scott, Natalie - Middle Hitter...................................... 1994-97 Seitz, Courtney - Setter...................................................2011 Seo, Heather - Def. Specialist/Out. Hitter.................. 2000-01 Sen, Cagla - Setter............................................ 2010-present Semansky, Anna........................................................ 1991-92 Shanahan, Theresa........................................................ 1990 Shepp, Alison - Middle Blocker.................................. 2003-06 Shull, Brooke - Outside Hitter................................ 1998-2001 Simons, Kathryn............................................................. 1990 Smith, Jennifer - Middle Hitter........................................ 1990 Sprinkel, Kristin - Middle Blocker........................... 1997-2000 Stegner, Emily - Outside/Right-Side Hitter................ 2002-05 Sullivan, Marilyn - Outside Hitter.................................... 2008 T Thompson, Tori - Outsdie Hitter................................. 2005-08 Tortorello, Katherine - Setter...................................... 1995-98 Trine, Karen - Setter.................................................. 1993-96 Trobbe, Alexandra - Outside Hitter.................... 2010-present Tschirn, Katherine...................................................... 1991-92 V Van Voorhis, Dana - Middle Blocker............................... 2006 W Ward, Maggie - Outside Hitter........................................ 2001 Whalley, Kristin - Defensive Specialist...................... 2004-07 Williams, Taylor - Outside Hitter................................ 2006-09 Woodock, Morgan - Middle Blocker........................... 2002-06

CAPTAINS

1990 - Jennifer McEnroe & Ellen Blumenberg 1991 - Jennifer McEnroe & Maryellen MacKinnon 1992 - Anne Casey & Heather Cody 1993 - Jeanne Broussard & Jeannette Gaehwiler 1994 - Melody Douglas & Jeannette Gaehwiler 1995 - Deanna Herman & Christine Morelli 1996 - Julia Gallacher & Deanna Herman 1997 - Julia Gallacher & Courteney Grubb 1998 - Cathleen Carpenter 1999 - Kyleen Charlton & Laura DeLong 2000 - Kyleen Charlton, Julia El-Hag & Kristen Sprinkel 2001 - Rachel Bach, Kim Carlson & Nancy Legan 2002 - Kim Carlson 2003 - Verena Rost & Emily Stegner 2004 - Allison Anderson & Verena Rost 2005 - Allison Anderson & Verena Rost 2006 - Allison Anderson & Morgan Woodcock 2007 - Abigail Hasebroock & Kelsey Johnson 2008 - Dani Moskitis & Taylor Williams 2009 - Mollie Kolosky & Melanie Cimino 2010 - Kristen Baader & Dani Moskitis 2011 - Brennan Clark & Krystle Higgins

Gary Gildea 1990 1991 Overall Record

HEAD COACHES (1990-1991) 15-20............................... (3-4 BIG EAST) 3-21................................. (0-7 BIG EAST) 18-41............................. (3-11 BIG EAST)

Nadine Lilavois 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Overall Record

(1992-1997) 12-25............................... (0-7 BIG EAST) 9-23................................. (0-7 BIG EAST) 16-16............................... (2-6 BIG EAST) 12-24............................. (1-10 BIG EAST) 13-19..............................(0-11 BIG EAST) 7-24............................... (1-10 BIG EAST) 69-131...........................(4-37 BIG EAST)

Jackie Hadel 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Overall Record:

(1998-2002) 12-19..............................(0-11 BIG EAST) 13-17............................... (3-8 BIG EAST) 13-17............................... (4-7 BIG EAST) 18-11............................... (5-7 BIG EAST) 14-18............................. (3-10 BIG EAST) 70-82...........................(15-43 BIG EAST)

Andrea Leonard (2003-2009) 2003 17-12 ............................. (3-9 BIG EAST) 2004 20-12 . (6-4 BIG EAST) (9-13 BIG EAST) 2005 9-22 .......................................(4-19 ACC) 2006 12-19 ...................................(10-12 ACC) 2007 14-18 .....................................(8-14 ACC) 2008 8-24 .......................................(2-18 ACC) 2009 12-19 ................(2-18 ACC) (26-81 ACC) Overall Record 80-107...........................................(35-94) Chris Campbell (2010-present) 2010 9-24 .......................................(1-11 ACC) Overall Record 9-24.........................................(1-11 ACC)

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ACADEMIC ALL-STARS

1993-94

Jeanne Broussard

2007

1994-95

Melody Douglas Jeanette Gaehwiler

ACC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sept. 4, 2007 Audrey Eichler

1995-96

Eileen Broderick Julia Gallacher Deanna Herman Amy Laurence Christine Morelli Kristen Roberts Karen Trine

ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM 2010-11 Kristen Baader Tsvetelina Dureva

1996-97

Jennifer Buchholz Cathleen Carpenter Laura DeLong Deanna Herman Robin Miller Natalie Scott

1997-98 NATIONAL TEAM PARTICIPANTS 2007 Allison Anderson - U.S. Training Team Member 2005 Brittany Pierpont - USA Select 2004 Allison Anderson - U20 (Sibillini Tourn.) Kristin Kenney - U20 (Sibillini Tourn.) Alison Sheep - U20 (Sibillini Tourn.)

Eileen Broderick Jennifer Buchholz Laura DeLong Julia Gallacher Courtney Grubb Amy Laurence Natalie Scott Katherine Tortorello

1998-99

Laura DeLong Cathleen Carpenter Courtney Grubb Katherine Tortorello

AVCA All-EAST REGION 2006 Allison Anderson, First-Team 2005 Allison Anderson, Honorable Mention

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All-BIG EAST TEAM 2004 Katie Andersen - Second Team Allison Anderson - Second-Team Verena Rost - Honorable Mention

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK Oct. 11, 2004 Allison Anderson Oct. 21, 2002 Rachel Bach Nov. 14, 2000 Brooke Shull Nov. 12, 1990 Jennifer Smith BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Oct. 20, 2003 Alison Sheep Sept. 8, 2003 Alison Shepp Sept. 10, 2001 Jessica Brizzolara Oct. 7, 1997 Julia El-Hag

2003-04

Allison Anderson Liz Aron Kristin Kenney Lia Krautmanis Verena Rost Emily Stegner Morgan Woodcock

2004-05

Allison Anderson Elizabeth Aron Abigail Hasebroock Kelsey Johnson Kristin Kenney Lia Krautmanis Verena Rost Emily Stegner Kristin Whalley Morgan Woodcock

Kristen Baader Melanie Cimino

2008-09

Jordan Meredith

2007-08

Audrey Eichler Abigail Hasebroock Brittany Pierpont

2006-07

Allison Anderson Dorota Niemczewska

2005-06

Allison Anderson Verena Rost Morgan Woodcock

Theresa L. Shanahan became the first volleyball player to be named the Nathaniel J. Hasenfus ‘22 Eagle of the Year in 1990 and further cemented her footprint on the program as the first alumnae elected to the BC Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 1997-98.

Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarship Award 2007 Abigail Hasebroock 2006 Allison Anderson ACC FALL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2005 2006 2007 ACC HONOR ROLL (MIN. GPA OF 3.0) Anderson, Allison 2006 Baader, Kristen 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Cimino, Melanie 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Clark, Brennan 2009, 2010 Davis, Shardai 2006 Dureva, Tsvetelina 2008, 2009, 2010 Fitzpatrick, Alexandra 2007, 2008 Fry-Pasic, Morgan 2009 Flaherty, Erin 2006 Hanley, Rainey 2010 Hasebroock, Abigail 2005, 2006 Higgins, Clare 2008 Higgins, Krystle 2010 Johnson, Kelsey 2005 Kenney, Kristin 2005, 2006 Kolosky, Mollie 2008, 2009 Krautmanis, Lia 2005, 2006 McAndrews, Jillian 2010 Moskitis, Dani 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Niemczewska, Dorota 2005, 2006 Mussenden, Krissy 2009, 2010 Palandjian, Manon 2009, 2010 Pierpont, Brittany 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Rost, Verena 2005 Stegner, Emily 2005 Thompson, Tori 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Whalley, Kristen 2005, 2006 Williams, Taylor 2009 Woodcock, Morgan 2005, 2006

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In 2007, Allison Anderson took home the Nathaniel J. Hasenfus ‘22 Eagle of the Year - most prestigious award that can be bestowed to a Boston College student-athlete. She is pictured with her parents, Gilberto and Lynne, following the annual awards ceremony.

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BIG EAST LIBERO OF THE YEAR 2004 Allison Anderson

2000-01

Audrey Eichler

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BIG EAST HONORS

1999-2000 Amy Chiaverini Carolina Cruz Laura DeLong

1997-98 Theresa Shanahan Czeisler ‘90

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The 2006-07 season was a memorable one for Allison Anderson, who became BC’s first AVCA All-American and member of the U.S. National Team.

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ALL-ACC TEAM 2007 Kelsey Johnson, Second-Team Jennifer McEnroe 2006 Allison Anderson, First-Team Mary Ann McKenney 2005 Allison Anderson, First-Team Heather Cody ALL-ACC FRESHMAN TEAM

AVCA ALL-AMERICAN 2006 Allison Anderson, Honorable Mention

NATHANIEL J. HASENFUS ‘22 EAGLE OF THE YEAR

1990 Theresa Shanahan 2007 Allison Anderson

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1,455 – Kelsey Johnson (2004-07) 1,402 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 1,365 – Rachel Bach (1999-2002) 1,294 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 1,142 – Amy Laurence (1994-97) 1,102 – Kaite Andersen (2001-04) 1,050 – Taylor Williams (2006-09) 1,011 – Julia El-Hag (1997-2000) 880 – Kristen Roberts (1992-95) 762 – Christine Morelli (1992-95)

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

Total Blocks 1. 451 – Kristen Roberts (1992-95) 2. 363 – Rachel Bach (1999-2002) 3. 300 – Natalie Scott (1994-97) 4. 277 – Abigail Hasebroock (2004-07) 5. 269 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 6. 248 – Morgan Woodcock (2003-06) 7. 240 – Cathleen Carpenter (1995-98) 8. 218 - Melanie Cimino (2007-2010) 9. 215 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 10. 204 – Taylor Williams (2006-09)

2,176 – Allison Anderson (2003-06) 1,377 – Lauren Schwer (1999-2002) 1,332 – Katie Andersen (2001-04) 1,274 – Brennan Clark (2008-pres.) 1,044– Kristen Baader (2007-2010) 1,030 – Amy Laurence (1994-97) 1,012 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 1,007 – Julia El-Hag (1997-2000) 885 – Kyleen Charlton (1998-2000) 882 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06)

Digs per Set (min. 750 digs) 1. 4.92 – Allison Anderson, 2,176 digs (2003-06) 2. 3.81 – Brennan Clark, 1,221 digs (2008-pres.) 3. 3.31 – Lauren Schwer, 1,377 digs (1999-2002) 4. 3.22 – Katie Andersen, 1,332 digs (2001-04) 5. 3.08 – Julia El-Hag, 1,007 digs (1997-2000) 6. 2.60 – Kristen Baader, 1,003 digs (2007-2010) 7. 2.92 – Kyleen Charlton, 885 digs (1998-2000) 8. 2.42 – Amy Laurence, 1,030 digs (1994-97) 9. 2.22 – Deanna Herman, 1,012 digs (1993-96) 10. 2.11 – Verena Rost, 834 digs (2002-05) 11. 2.10 – Christin Morelli, 868 digs (1992-95) Block Solos 1. 167 – Kristen Roberts (1992-95) 2. 82 – Natalie Scott (1994-97) 3. 75 – Rachel Bach (1999-2002) 4. 70 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 5. 66 – Kristin Sprinkel (1997-2000) 6. 53 – Jessica Meyeringh (1992) 7. 52 – Kim Carlson (1999-2002) 7. 52 – Jeanne Broussard (1992-93) 7. 52 – Abigail Hasebroock (2004-07) 10. 51 – Alison Shepp (2003-06)

Blocks per Set (min. 175 total blocks) 1. 1.07 – Kristen Roberts, 451 TB (1992-95) 2. 0.92 – Natalie Scott, 300 TB (1994-97) 3. 0.86 – Rachel Bach, 363 TB (1999-2002) 4. 0.84 – Abigail Hasebroock, 277 TB (2004-07) 5. 0.80 – Morgan Woodcock, 248 TB (2003-06) 6. 0.73 – Kristin Sprinkel, 201 TB (1997-2000) 7. 0.66 – Kim Carlson, 176 TB (1999-2002) 8. 0.65 - Melanie Cimino, 218 TB (2007-2010) 9. 0.62 – Shardai Davis, 193 TB (2003-06) 10. 0.60 – Alison Shepp, 197 TB (2003-06) Double-Doubles (Since 2002) 1. 37 - Verena Rost (2002-05) 2. 35 - Katie Anderson (2001-04) 3. 23 - Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 4. 19 - Allison Anderson (2003-06) 5. 18 - Brittany Pierpont (2005-08) 6. 12 - Liz Aron (2002) 7. 9 - Krissy Mussenden (2009-10) 7. 9 - Tsvetelina Dureva (2008-pres.) 9. 8 - Jordan Meredith (2008-09) 10. 7 - Brennan Clark (2008-pres.) 10. 7 - Jessica Brizzolara (2002)

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Assists 1. 3,799 – Verena Rost (2002-05) 2. 3,134 – Kyleen Charlton (1998-2000) 3. 2,583 – Brittany Pierpont (2005-08) 4. 2,498 – Karen Trine (1993-96) 5. 2,170 – Jessica Brizzolara (2001-2002) 6. 1,700 – Katherine Tortorello (1995-98) 7. 1,410 – Katie Farrell (1992-93) 8. 1,402 – Krissy Mussenden (2009-2010) 9. 1,159 – Dani Moskitis (2007-2010) 10. 572 – Jeannette Gaehwiler (1992-94)

Block Assists 1. 288 – Rachel Bach (1999-2002) 2. 284 – Kristen Roberts (1992-95) 3. 225 – Abigail Hasebroock (2004-07) 4. 218 – Natalie Scott (1994-97) 5. 200 – Morgan Woodcock (2003-06) 6. 199 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 7. 193 – Cathleen Carpenter (1995-98) 8. 184 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 9. 183 - Melanie Cimino (2007-2010) 10. 177 – Taylor Williams (2006-09)

RECORDS

Hitting Percentage (min. 1,500 att.) 1. .263 – Allison Shepp, 1835 att. (2003-06) 2. .231 – Kristen Roberts, 2225 att. (1992-95) 3. .216 – Deanna Herman, 3,757 att. (1993-96) 4. .201 – Abigail Hasebroock, 1653 att. (2004-07) 5. .200 – Kelsey Johnson, 3,832 att. (2004-07) 6. .200 – Rachel Bach, 3,723 att. (1999-2002) 7. .198 – Allison Anderson, 1,672 att. (2003-06) 8. .197 – Brook Shull, 1,877 att. (1998-2001) 9. .189 – Lauren Schwer, 2,285 att. (1999-2001) 10. .183 – Kaite Andersen, 3,287 att. (2001-04)

Service Aces per Set (min. 75 SA) 1. 0.34 – Karen Trine, 124 SA (1993-96) 2. 0.33 – Verena Rost, 130 SA (2002-05) 3. 0.30 – Allison Anderson, 133 SA (2003-06) 4. 0.30 – Katie Andersen, 124 SA (2001-04) 5. 0.28 – Kristin Sprinkel, 78 SA (1997-2000) 6. 0.26 – Brittany Pierpont, 88 SA (2005-08) 7. 0.24 – Kelsey Johnson, 101 SA (2004-07) 8. 0.24 – Deanna Herman, 108 SA (1993-96) 9. 0.23 – Dorota Niemczewska, 100 SA (2003-06) 10. 0.22 – Cathleen Carpenter, 89 SA (1995-98)

HISTORY

Attacks 1. 3,832 – Kelsey Johnson (2004-07) 2. 3,789 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 3. 3,757 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 4. 3,723 – Rachel Bach (1999-2002) 5. 3,412 – Amy Laurence (1994-97) 6. 3.287 – Kaite Andersen (2001-04) 7. 2,978 – Taylor Williams (2006-09) 8. 2,824 – Julia El-Hag (1997-2000) 9. 2,303 – Christine Morelli (1992-95) 10. 2,285 – Lauren Schwer (1999-2002)

At the conclusion of her career, Kristen Roberts held all eight BC blocking records. She still holds six and remains the only Eagle to average more than one block per set over her career.

REVIEW

Kills per Set (min. 1,500 att.) 1. 3.49 – Kelsey Johnson (2004-07) 2. 3.24 – Rachel Bach (1999-2002) 3. 3.09 – Julia El-Hag (1997-2000) 4. 3.07 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 5. 2.95 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 6. 2.69 – Amy Laurence (1994-97) 7. 2.66 – Kaite Andersen (2001-04) 8. 2.33 – Allison Shepp (2003-06) 8. 2.33 – Taylor Williams (2006-09) 10. 2.26 – Brooke Shull (1998-2001)

Service Aces 1. 133 – Allison Anderson (2003-06) 2. 130 – Verena Rost (2002-05) 3. 124 – Karen Trine (1993-96) 4. 124 – Katie Andersen (2001-04) 5. 108 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 6. 101 – Kelsey Johnson (2004-07) 7. 100 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 8. 93 – Taylor Williams (2006-09) 9. 91 – Amy Laurence (1994-97) 10. 89 – Cathleen Carpenter (1995-98)

PLAYERS

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

Assists per Set (min 750 ast.) 1. 11.42 – Jessica Brizzolara, 2,170 ast. (2001-02) 2. 10.34 – Kyleen Charlton, 3,134 ast. (1998-2000) 3. 9.62 – Verena Rost, 3,799 ast. (2002-05) 4. 9.10 – Krissy Mussenden, 1,402 ast. (2009-10) 5. 7.67 – Brittany Pierpont, 2,583 ast. (2005-08) 6. 6.94 – Karen Trine, 2,498 ast. (1993-96) 7. 6.70 – Dani Moskitis, 1,159 ast. (2007-2010) 8. 6.56 – Katie Farrell, 1,410 ast. (1992-93)

COACHES

Sets Played 1. 456 – Deanna Herman (1993-96) 2. 451 – Taylor Williams (2006-09) 3. 442 – Allison Anderson (2003-06) 4. 438 – Dorota Niemczewska (2003-06) 5. 425 – Amy Laurence (1994-97) 6. 421 – Rachel Bach (1999-2002) 6. 421 – Kristen Roberts (1992-95) 8. 417 – Kelsey Johnson (2004-07) 9. 416 – Lauren Schwer (1999-2002) 10. 414 – Katie Andersen (2001-04) 10. 414 – Christine Morelli (1992-95)

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Sets Played 1. 129 – Allison Anderson (2004) 2. 128 – Kristen Roberts (1992) 3. 125 – Dorota Niemczewska (2004) 4. 124 – Katie Andersen (2004) 4. 124 – Deanna Herman (1995) 4. 124 – Katie Farrell (1992) 7. 123 – Jessica Meyeringh (1992) 8. 122 – Amy Laurence (1995) 9. 117 – Verena Rost (2004) 10. 116 – Kristen Baader (2009), 10. 116 – Krissy Mussenden (2009) 10. 116 – Taylor Williams (2009) 10. 116 – Kelsey Johnson (2007) Kills 1. 514 – Kelsey Johnson (2007) 2. 448 – Rachel Bach (2002) 3. 445 – Kelsey Johnson (2006) 4. 420 – Deanna Herman (1996) 5. 415 – Julia El-Hag (1998) 6. 408 – Katie Andersen (2004) 7. 399 – Rachel Bach (2000) 8. 396 – Dorota Niemczewska (2004) 9. 394 – Deanna Herman (1995) 10. 372 - Tsvetelina Dureva (2010) Kills per Set (min. 500 att.) 1. 4.47 – Kelsey Johnson, 1,366 att. (2007) 2. 4.04 – Rachel Bach, 1,107 att. (2002) 3. 4.03 – Julia El-Hag 1,084 att. (1998) 4. 3.93 – Deanna Herman, 1,117 att. (1996) 5. 3.84 – Kelsey Johnson, 1,186 att. (2006) 6. 3.80 – Rachel Bach, 1,151 att. (2000) 7. 3.55 – Allison Anderson, 976 att. (2003) 8. 3.44 – Julia El-Hag, 959 att. (1997) 9. 3.31 – Lauren Schwer, 974 att. (2000) 10. 3.29 – Katie Andersen, 1,137 att. (2004) Attacks 1. 1,366 – Kelsey Johnson, (2007) 2. 1,186 – Kelsey Johnson, (2006) 3. 1,151 – Rachel Bach (2000) 4. 1,137 – Katie Andersen (2004) 5. 1,131 – Dorota Niemczewska (2006) 6. 1,117 – Deanna Herman, (1996) 7. 1,107 – Rachel Bach, (2002) 8. 1,087 – Katie Andersen (2002) 9. 1,084 – Julia El-Hag (1998) 10. 1,063 – Deanna Herman (1995) Hitting Percentage (min. 500 att.) 1. .335 – Alison Shepp, 672 att. (2003) 2. .285 - Melanie Cimino, 519 att. (2009) 3. .265 – Kristen Roberts, 623 att. (1992) 4. .256 – Kristen Roberts, 587 att. (1995) 5. .255 – Rachel Bach, 1,107 att. (2002) 6. .252 – Alison Shepp, 602 att. (2004) 7. .248 – Audrey Eichler, 710 att. (2007) 8. .236 – Katie Andersen, 1,137 att. (2004) 9. .236 – Allison Anderson, 976 att. (2003) 10. .235 – Kristin Sprinkel, 678 att. (1999) Assists 1. 1,286 – Verena Rost (2004) 2. 1,225 – Verena Rost (2003) 3. 1,164 – Jessica Brizzolara (2002) 4. 1,113 – Verena Rost (2005) 5. 1,106 – Laura Charlton (1999) 6. 1,051 – Krissy Mussenden (2009) 7. 1,019 – Kyleen Charlton (1998) 8. 1,009 – Kyleen Charlton (2000) 9. 1,006 – Jessica Brizzolara (2001) 10. 1,005 – Brittany Pierpont (2006)

Assists per Set (min. 500 asst.) 1. 11.67 – Verena Rost, 1,225 asst. (2003) 2. 11.43 – Jessica Brizzolara, 1,006 asst. (2001) 3. 11.41 – Jessica Brizzolara, 1,164 asst. (2002) 4. 10.99 – Verena Rost, 1,286 asst. (2004) 5. 10.97 – Kyleen Charlton, 1,009 asst. (2000) 6. 10.24 – Laura Charlton, 1,106 asst. (1999) 7. 10.21 – Verena Rost, 1,113 asst. (2005) 8. 9.89 – Kyleen Charlton, 1,019 asst. (1998) 9. 9.71 – Brittany Pierpont, 825 asst. (2007) 10. 9.57 – Brittany Pierpont, 1,005 asst. (2006)

As a sophomore, Verena Rost set the BC record for assists in one year. She returned to further that mark (1,286) in her junior season. As a senior, Rost dished out 1,113 assists to become the first Eagle to record more than 1,000 sets in three consecutive seasons. Aces 1. 63 – Jessica Meyeringh (1992) 2. 46 – Karen Trine (1994) 3. 45 – Taylor Williams (2006) 3. 45 – Verena Rost (2003) 3. 45 – Kristin Sprinkel (1999) 6. 43 – Verena Rost (2004) 7. 41 – Kelsey Johnson (2007) 7. 41 – Karen Trine (1995) 9. 40 – Allison Anderson (2004) 10. 39 – Allison Anderson (2005) Aces per Set (min. 75 sets) 1. 0.52 – Karen Trine, 89 sets (1994) 2. 0.51 – Jessica Meyeringh, 123 sets (1992) 3. 0.43 – Karen Trine, 95 sets (1995) 4. 0.43 – Verena Rost, 105 sets (2003) 5. 0.42 – Kristin Sprinkel, 106 sets (1999) 6. 0.40 – Taylor Williams, 113 sets (2006) 7. 0.39 – Allison Anderson, 101 sets (2005) 8. 0.37 – Verena Rost, 117 sets (2004) 9. 0.36 – Kelsey Johnson, 115 sets (2007) 10. 0.36 – Dorota Niemczewska, 101 sets (2003) Digs 1. 706 - Allison Anderson, 129 sets (2004) 2. 630 - Allison Anderson, 114 sets (2006) 3. 596 - Allison Anderson, 101 sets (2005) 4. 498 - Brennan Clark, 113 sets (2009) 5. 471 - Kristen Baader, 115 sets (2010) 6. 456 - Brennan Clark, 115 sets (2010) 7. 398 - Lauren Schwer, 103 sets (2000) 8. 394 - Lauren Schwer, 115 sets (2002) 9. 380 - Katie Andersen, 124 sets (2004) 10. 357 - Julia El-Hag, 103 sets (1998)

Digs Per Set (min. 75 sets) 1. 5.90 - Allison Anderson, 129 sets (2005) 2. 5.53 - Allison Anderson, 114 sets (2006) 3. 5.47 - Allison Anderson, 101 sets (2004) 4. 4.41 - Brennan Clark, 113 sets (2009) 5. 4.10 - Kristen Baader, 115 sets (2010) 6. 3.97 - Brennan Clark, 115 sets (2010) 7. 3.86 - Lauren Schwer, 103 sets (2000) 8. 3.59 - Katie Andersen, 124 sets (2001) 9. 3.49 - Julia El-Hag, 89 sets (1999) 10. 3.47 - Jula El-Hag, 103 sets (1998) Block Solos 1. 83 – Kristen Roberts (1992) 2. 53 – Jessica Meyeringh (1992) 3. 41 – Kristen Roberts (1993) 4. 35 – Kim Carlson (2002) 5. 34 – Abigail Hasebroock (2007) 6. 34 – Jeanne Broussard (1993) 7. 32 – Ella Iszczyszyn (1992) 8. 31 – Rachel Bach (2002) 9. 31 – Natalie Scott (1996) 10. 30 – Kristin Sprinkel (1999) Block Assists 1. 100 – Rachel Bach (2000) 2. 97 – Audrey Eichler (2007) 3. 96 – Abigail Hasebroock (2007) 4. 93 – Nancy Legan (2000) 5. 93 – Kristen Roberts (1993) 6. 85 – Natalie Scott (1996) 7. 79 - Krystle Higgins (2010) 7. 79 – Carpenter (1996) 9. 77 – Melanie Cimino (2009) 9. 77 – Jeanne Broussard (1993) Total Blocks 1. 156 – Kristen Roberts (1992) 2. 134 – Kristen Roberts (1993) 3. 130 – Abigail Hasebroock (2007) 4. 126 – Jessica Meyeringh (1992) 5. 119 – Audrey Eichler (2007) 6. 117 – Rachel Bach (2000) 7. 116 – Nancy Legan (2000) 7. 116 – Natalie Scott (1996) 9. 111 – Jeanne Broussard (1993) 10. 98 – Kim Carlson (2002) Blocks per Set (min. 60 sets) 1. 1.46 – Abigail Hasebroock, 112 sets (2007) 2. 1.26 – Kristen Roberts, 106 sets (1993) 3. 1.22 – Kristen Roberts, 128 sets (1992) 4. 1.21 – Natalie Scott, 96 sets (1996) 5. 1.11 – Rachel Bach, 105 sets (2000) 6. 1.10 – Nancy Legan, 105 sets (2000) 7. 1.05 – Jeanne Broussard, 106 sets (1993) 8. 1.03 – Audrey Eichler, 115 sets (2007) 9. 1.02 – Jessica Meyeringh, 123 sets (1992) 10. 0.99 – Abigail Hasebroock, 86 sets (2006) Double-Doubles (Since 2002) 1. 20 - Verena Rost (2004) 2. 19 - Katie Andersen (2004) 3. 15 - Katie Andersen (2002) 4. 14 - Kelsey Johnson (2007) 5. 12 - Verena Rost (2005) 5. 12 - Liz Aron (2002) 7. 9 - Allison Anderson (2003) 7. 9 - Tsvetelina Dureva (2010) 9. 8 - Allison Anderson (‘04) 9. 8 - Krissy Mussenden (2009) 9. 8-Kelsey Johnson (2006) 9. 8 - Brittany Pierpont (2007)

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Win Streak 9 (Aug. 29-Sept. 19, ‘09) 9 (Sept. 25-Oct. 22, ‘04) 8 (Aug. 31-Sept. 17, ‘96)

Assists per Set 1. 13.91 – 2004 2. 13.46 – 2005 3. 13.16 – 2007 4. 13.06 – 2000 5. 12.90 – 2001 6. 12.83 – 2002 7. 12.79 – 2003 8. 12.32 – 2006 9. 11.88 – 1996 10. 11.49 – 1999

Total Blocks 1. 483.5 – 1992 2. 353.5 – 1993 3. 317.5 – 1996 4. 307.5 – 2007 5. 273.5 – 2001 6. 271.5 – 2000 7. 270 – 2006 8. 252 – 2004 9. 252 – 2002 10. 248 – 2009 Blocks per Set 1. 3.75 – 1992 2. 3.10 – 1993 3. 2.89 – 1996 4. 2.74 – 2001 5. 2.67 – 2007 6. 2.45 – 2000 7. 2.33 – 2006 8. 2.21 – 2005 9. 2.19 – 2002 10. 2.14 – 2009

Year 2007 2006 2008 2009 2010 2005

OPPONENT HITTING PERCENTAGE Rank Pct. (K-E-TA/G) 1. 5th .193 (1714-770-4898/110) 2. 7th .196 (1655-750-4610/116) 3. 7th .206 (1677-728-4601/115) 4. 10th .224 (1549-623-4129/116) 5. 12th .231 (1512-579-4041/115) 6. 12th .258 (1356-471-3429/108)

Year 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010 2008

ASSISTS Rank Avg. 1. 10th 13.16 2. 10th 13.46 3. 10th 12.26 4. 11th 10.36 5. 11th 10.03 6. 12th 10.45

(Asst./G) (1513/115) (1481/110) (1422/116) (1119/108) (1266/116) (1202/115)

Year 2007 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010

KILLS Rank 1. 8th 2. 10th 3. 10th 4. 11th 5. 11th 6. 12th

(K/G) (1629/110) (1650/115) (1569/116) (1359/116) (1212/108) (1292/115)

Year 2005 2007 2006 2009 2008 2010

Avg. 14.81 14.35 13.53 11.72 11.22 11.23

BLK/G 248.0/116 227.5/115 270.0/115 268.0/116 243.0/110 142.0/108

SERVICE ACES Rank Avg. 1. 3rd 1.97 2. 3rd 1.44 3. 4th 1.75 4. 7th 1.11 5. 8th 1.39 6. 11th 1.03

(SA/G) (226/115) (155/108) (203/116) (129/116) (153/110) (119/115)

Year 2007 2008 2006 2009 2005 2010

DIGS Rank 1. 3rd 2. 6th 3. 8th 4. 9th 5. 9th 6. 12th

(D/G) (2025/110) (1884/116) (1699/116) (1832/115) (1708/115) (1389/108)

Year 2005 2006 2009 2007 2010 2008

Avg. 18.41 16.24 14.65 15.93 14.98 12.86

(BS-BA) (73-350) (49-357) (86-370) (64-408) (46-394) (27-230)

Year 2009 2010 2007 2006 2005 2008

(K-E-TA/G) (240-75-491/72)

Year 2009

KILLS Rank 1. 3rd 2. 4th 3. 5th 4. 6th 5. 9th 6. 9th

Player, Cl. - Avg. Kelsey Johnson, Sr. - 4.47 Kelsey Johnson, Jr. - 3.84 Mollie Kolosky, So. - 3.33 Tsvetelina Dureva, Jr. - 3.26 Jordan Meredith, Fr. - 3.11 Taylor Williams, Sr. - 2.98

(K/G) (514/115) (446/116) (240/72) (372/114) (274/88) (346/116)

Year 2007 2006 2009 2010 2008 2009

ASSISTS Rank Player, Cl. - Avg. 1. 7th Krissy Mussenden, Fr. - 9.06 2. 9th Verena Rost, Sr. - 10.21 3. 9th Brittany Pierpont, Jr. - 9.48 4. 10th Brittany Pierpont, So. - 9.56 5. 10th Dani Moskitis, Fr. - 6.62

(Asst./G) (1051/116) (1113/109) (825/87) (1004/105) (371/56)

Year 2009 2005 2007 2006 2008

SERVICE ACES Rank Player, Cl. - Avg. 1. 6th Allison Anderson, Jr. - 0.39 2. 6th Taylor Williams, Fr. - 0.40 3. 7th Kelsey Johnson, Sr. - 0.36 4. 10th Kristen Whalley, Sr. - 0.34

(SA/G) (39/101) (45/113) (41/115) (35/103)

Year 2005 2006 2007 2007

BLOCKS Rank Player, Cl. - Avg. BLK/G (BS-BA) Year 1. 10th Abigail Hasebroock, Sr. - 1.16 130.0/112 (34-96) 2007 DIGS Pos. 1. 1st 2. 1st 3. 4th 4. 8th 5. 9th 6. 10th

Player, Cl. - Avg. Allison Anderson, Jr. - 5.90 Allison Anderson, Sr. - 5.54 Brennan Clark, So. - 4.41 Kristen Baader, Sr. - 4.10 Cathy Quilico, Fr. - 4.20 Brennan Clark, Jr. - 3.96

POINTS Rank Player, Cl. - Avg. 1. 3rd Kelsey Johnson, Sr. - 5.13 2. 7th Kelsey Johnson, Jr. - 4.37

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(Digs/G) (596/101) (631/114) (498/113) (471/115) (479/114) (432/109)

Year 2005 2006 2009 2010 2007 2010

(K-SA-BS-BA/G) Year (514-41-10-50/115) 2007 (446-34-4-46/116) 2006

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BLOCKS Rank Avg. 1. 7th 2.14 2. 9th 1.98 3. 10th 2.35 4. 10th 2.31 5. 11th 2.21 6. 12th 1.31

HITTING PERCENTAGE Rank Player, Cl. - Avg. 1. 6th Mollie Kolosky, So. - .336

RECORDS

Service Aces 1. 237 – 1992 2. 232 – 1995 3. 226 – 2007 4. 221 – 2004 5. 212 – 2003 6. 204 – 2006 7. 196 – 2001 Fewest Attack Errors 8. 184 – 1994 1. 557 – 1993 9. 182 – 1993 2. 584 – 2009 10. 181 – 1999 3. 626 – 1994 Service Aces/ Set 4. 645 - 2010 1. 2.02 – 2003 4. 645 – 2008 2. 1.97 – 2007 6. 658 – 1999 3. 1.96 – 2001 7. 667 – 1996 4. 1.84 – 1992 8. 671 – 1998 5. 1.83 – 1995 9. 681 – 1992 6. 1.76 – 2006 10. 691 – 2001 7. 1.71 – 2004 8. 1.68 – 1999 Total Attacks 9. 1.66 – 1994 1. 5,370 – 2004 10. 1.60 – 1993 2. 4,937 – 2005 3. 4,773 – 2000 Digs 4. 4,723 – 2002 1. 2,287 – 2004 5. 4,676 – 2006 2. 2,025 – 2005 6. 4,567 – 2007 3. 1,894 – 1992 7. 4,465 – 1995 4. 1,890 – 2000 8. 4,282 – 1999 5. 1,885 – 1999 9. 4,150 – 1998 6. 1,876 – 2002 10. 4,102 – 2003 7. 1,860 – 2006 8. 1,822 – 2007 9. 1,815 – 1998 10. 1,708 - 2010

Block Assists 1. 445 – 2007 2. 443 – 1992 3. 423 – 1996 4. 407 – 1993 5. 406 – 2006 6. 394 – 2005 7. 373 – 2000 8. 359 – 2001 9. 357 - 2010 10. 350 – 2009

HITTING PERCENTAGE Rank Pct. (K-E-TA/G) 1. 8th .191 (1650-776-4568/115) 2. 10th .166 (1569-797-4660/116) 3. 10th .157 (1212-645-3608/108) 4. 11th .186 (1359-627-3926/116) 5. 12th .164 (1292-645-3935/115) 6. 12th .158 (1629-851-4937/110)

HISTORY

Kills per Set 1. 15.12 – 2004 2. 14.81 – 2005 3. 14.66 – 2000 4. 14.52 – 2003 5. 14.35 – 2007 6. 14.26 – 2001 7. 14.02 – 2002 8. 13.56 – 2006 9. 13.50 – 1998 10. 13.04 – 1999

Block Solos 1. 262 – 1992 2. 150 – 1993 3. 127 – 2002 4. 116 – 1998 5. 106 – 1996 6. 94 – 2001 7. 90 – 1999 8. 89 – 1997 9. 85 – 2004 9. 85 – 2000 9. 85 – 2007

ACC LEADERS - INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS

REVIEW

1,950 – 2004 1,650 – 2007 1,629 – 2005 1,627 – 2000 1,612 – 2002 1,573 – 2006 1,526 – 1995 1,525 – 2003 1,431 – 1998 1,426 – 2001

Assists 1. 1,795 – 2004 2. 1,513 – 2007 3. 1,481 – 2005 4. 1,475 – 2002 5. 1,450 – 2000 6. 1,429 – 2006 7. 1,343 – 2003 8. 1,307 – 1995 9. 1,307 – 1996 10. 1,290 – 2001

ACC TEAM RANKINGS

PLAYERS

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

Digs per Set 1. 18.41 – 2005 2. 17.73 – 2004 3. 17.45 – 1999 4. 17.12 – 1998 5. 17.03 – 2000 6. 16.34 – 2001 7. 16.31 – 2002 8. 16.03 – 2006 9. 15.84 – 2007 10. 14.85 - 2010

COACHES

Sets Played 1. 129 – 2004 2. 129 – 1992 3. 127 – 1995 4. 116 – 2009 5. 116 – 2006 6. 115 - 2010 6. 115 – 2007 6. 115 – 2002 9. 114 – 1993 10. 111 – 2000 10. 111 – 1997 10. 111 – 1994

COLLEGE

Attack Percentage 1. .218 – 2004 2. .214 – 2009 3. .198 – 2003 4. .191 – 2007 5. .187 – 1994 6. .184 – 1992 7. .183 – 1998 8. .183 – 2001 9. .182 – 1993 10. .179 – 1995

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ATTACK PERCENTAGE (MIN. 12 K; K-E-TA) 1. .684 (14-1-19)-Dana Van Voorhis at URI (9/16/06) 2. .636 (15-1-22)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Delaware St. (9/8/07) 2. .636 (15-1-22)-Audrey Eichler vs. Holy Cross (8/30/07) 4. .591 (16-3-22)-Alison Shepp vs. St. Peter’s (9/25/04) 5. .583 (25-4-36)-Alison Shepp vs. Central Conn. (11/6/03) 6. .571 (13-1-21)-Melanie Cimino vs. Maryland (11/24/10) 6. .571 (13-1-21)-Audrey Eichler vs. Sacred Heart (8/31/07) 6. .571 (14-2-21)-Shardai Davis vs. Quinnipiac (9/9/06) 9. .560 (17-3-25)-Mollie Kolosky vs. Northeastern (9/12/09) 10. .550 (13-2-20)-Mollie Kolosky at St. John’s (9/4/09) 10. .550 (14-3-20)-Alison Shepp vs. Virginia Tech (11/4/05)

KILLS IN 4 SETS 1. 27-5-57-Kelsey Johnson at Maryland (10/16/07) 2. 26-9-58-Kelsey Johnson at NC State (11/4/07) 3. 25-8-52-Jordan Meredith vs. Harvard (9/17/08) 3. 25-8-53-Kelsey Johnson at Clemson (11/18/06) 3. 25-6-46-Katie Andersen at Rutgers (10/1/04) 3. 25-3-61-Kate Andersen at Pittsburgh (10/30/04) 3. 25-12-55-Dorota Niemczewska vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 3. 25-4-36-Alison Shepp at Central Conn. (11/6/03) 3. 25-5-53-Rachel Bach at Mississippi State (9/7/02) 10. 24-5-47-Taylor Williams vs. Miami (10/16/09) 10. 24-11-48-Kelsey Johnson vs. Virginia (9/28/06)

ALL .500 ATTACK PERCENTAGES (MIN. 12 K; K-E-TA) .526-Audrey Eichler (24-4-38); 10/28/07 vs. Wake Forest .525-Rachel Bach (26-5-40); 10/16/02 vs. Quinnipiac .524-Krystle Higgins (13-2-21); 10/15/10 vs. Florida State .524-Melanie Cimino (13-2-21); 9/5/08 vs. Stony Brook .524-Taylor Williams (12-1-21); 9/12/08 vs. Yale .524-Dorota Niemczewska (12-1-21); 9/16/03 vs. DC .522-Alison Shepp (14-2-23); 10/17/03 vs. Providence .516-Alison Shepp (16-0-31); 10/26/03 vs. Syracuse .500-Mollie Kolosky (17-3-28); 9/12/09 at Holy Cross .500-Melanie Cimino (13-3-20); 11/26/08 vs. Maryland .500-Kelsey Johnson (16-1-30; 9/17/05 vs. New Hampshire .500-Kelsey Johnson (14-2-24); 9/10/05 vs. Holy Cross .500-Kim Carlson (14-2-26); Sept. 20, 2002 vs. GWU

KILLS IN 5 SETS 1. 31-9-69-Kelsey Johnson vs. Florida State (10/13/07) 2. 29-13-62-Kelsey Johnson vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 2. 29-12-85-Katie Andersen at West Virginia (10/31/04) 4. 28-14-70-Kelsey Johnson vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 4. 28-8-49-Kelsey Johnson at Miami (9/2/06) 6. 27-9-52-Tsvetelina Dureva vs. Florida State (10/15/10) 7. 25-13-58-Kelsey Johnson vs. Maryland (9/15/07) 8. 24-7-61-Brennan Clark vs. Holy Cross (9/10/10) 8. 24-4-38-Audrey Eichler vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 8. 24-7-46-Dorota Niemczewska vs. Rutgers (10/22/04)

KILLS (K-E-TA) 1. 31-9-69-Kelsey Johnson vs. Florida State (10/13/07) 2. 29-13-62-Kelsey Johnson vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 2. 29-12-85-Katie Andersen at West Virginia (10/31/04) 4. 28-14-70-Kelsey Johnson vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 4. 28-8-49-Kelsey Johnson at Miami (9/2/06) 6. 27-9-52-Tsvetelina Dureva vs. Florida State (10/15/10) 6. 27-5-57-Kelsey Johnson at Maryland (10/16/07) 8. 26-9-58-Kelsey Johnson at NC State (11/4/07) 8. 26-5-40-Rachel Bach at Quinnipiac (10/16/02) 10. 25-8x, last Jordan Meredith vs. Maryland (9/17/08) ALL 25-PLUS KILL MATCHES 25-8-52-Jordan Meredith vs. Maryland (9/17/08) 25-13-58-Kelsey Johnson vs. Maryland (9/15/07) 25-8-53-Kelsey Johnson at Clemson (11/18/06) 25-3-61-Katie Andersen at Pittsburgh (10/24/04) 25-12-55-Dorota Niemczewska vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 25-6-46-Katie Andersen at Rutgers (10/1/04) 25-4-36-Alison Shepp at Central Conn. (11/6/03) 25-5-53-Rachel Bach at Mississippi State (9/7/02) KILLS IN 3 SETS 1. 26-5-40-Rachel Bach at Quinnipiac (10/16/02) 2. 20-6-38-Tsvetelina Dureva vs. Central Conn. (9/17/10) 2. 20-4-38-Rachel Bach at College of Charleston (8/31/02) 4. 19-7-48-Kelsey Johnson vs. North Carolina (9/30/07) 4. 19-6-42-Dorota Niemczewska vs. Maine (9/3/05) 4. 19-9-42-Kelsey Johnson at NC State (11/26/05) 4. 19-6-41-Rachel Bach at Providence (10/18/02) 4. 19-3-35-Rachel Bach at Dartmouth (9/18/02) 9. 18-4-35-Taylor Williams vs. Miami (10/12/07) 9. 18-7-51-Kelsey Johnson vs. Miami (10/12/07) 9. 18-4-41-Dorota Niemczewska at Maryland (11/7/06) 9. 18-4-30-Shardai Davis vs. UConn (11/11/04) 9. 18-5-43-Katie Andersen at Coll. of Charleston (8/31/02)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 1. 29-12-85-Katie Andersen vs. West Virginia (10/31/04) 2. 28-14-70-Kelsey Johnson vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 3. 31-9-69-Kelsey Johnson vs. Florida State (10/13/07) 4. 17-5-68-Jordan Meredith vs. Wake Forest (9/24/09) 5. 21-9-64-Kelsey Johnson vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 5. 19-3-64-Dorota Niemczewska at UConn (9/8/06) 7. 29-13-62-Kelsey Johnson vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 7. 19-10-62-Kelsey Johnson vs. Delaware (8/24/07) 9. 24-7-61-Brennan Clark vs. Holy Cross (9/10/10) 9. 25-3-61-Katie Andersen vs. Pittsburgh (10/30/04) TOTAL ATTEMPTS IN 3 SETS 1. 18-8-51-Kelsey Johnson vs. Miami (10/12/07) 2. 15-10-50-Kelsey Johnson vs. Dartmouth (11/12/05) 3. 19-7-48-Kelsey Johnson vs. North Carolina (9/30/07) 4. 14-7-48-D. Niemczewska vs. N. Carolina (11/24/06) 5. 12-6-45-D. Niemczewska vs. N. Carolina (10/21/06) 6. 10-10-44-Kelsey Johnson vs. Duke (10/25/07) 6. 13-11-44-Taylor Williams vs. Binghamton (8/25/07) 6. 13-8-44-Kelsey Johnson at Wake Forest (9/21/07) 9. 9-7-43-Jordan Meredith vs. North Carolina (10/31/08 9. 18-5-43-Katie Andersen vs. New Hampshire (10/2/02) TOTAL ATTEMPTS IN 4 SETS 1. 19-10-62-Kelsey Johnson at Delaware (8/24/07) 2. 25-3-61-Katie Andersen at Pittsburgh (10/30/04) 3. 14-6-59-Allison Anderson vs. Portland St. (9/3/04) 4. 26-9-58-Kelsey Johnson at NC State (11/4/07) 4. 15-13-58-Katie Andersen vs. New Hampshire (10/2/02) 6. 27-5-57-Kelsey Johnson at Maryland (10/16/07) 7. 12-6-56-Allison Anderson vs. Dartmouth (10/14/05) 8. 25-12-55-D. Niemczewska vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 8. 16-7-55-Katie Andersen at Mississippi State (9/7/02) 8. 17-9-55-Rachel Bach vs. Harvard (9/25/02)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS IN 5 SETS 1. 29-12-85-Katie Andersen vs. West Virginia (10/31/04) 2. 28-14-70-Kelsey Johnson vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 3. 31-9-69-Kelsey Johnson vs. Florida State (10/13/07) 4. 17-5-68-Jordan Meredith vs. Wake Forest (9/24/09) 5. 21-9-64-Kelsey Johnson vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 5. 19-3-64-Dorota Niemczewska at UConn (9/8/06) 7. 29-13-62-Kelsey Johnson vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 8. 24-7-61-Brennan Clark vs. Holy Cross (9/10/10) 9. 14-9-59-Kelsey Johnson at UConn (9/8/06) 10. 15-8-58-Brennan Clark at Bryant (9/11/10) 10. 18-6-58-Jordan Meredith at Rhode Island (9/6/08) 10. 25-13-58-Kelsey Johnson vs. Maryland (9/15/07) ASSISTS 1. 72-Verena Rost at West Virginia (10/31/04) 2. 70-Brittany Pierpont vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 2. 70-Dani Moskitis vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 4. 69-Kristin Kenney vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 5. 66-Kristin Kenney vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 6. 63-Verena Rost vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 7. 61-Verena Rost vs. Duke (10/14/05) 7. 61-Verena Rost vs. Florida Atlantic (9/17/05) 9. 60-Verena Rost vs. Syracuse (10/26/03) 10. 59-Kristin Kenney at Miami (9/2/06) 10. 59-Verena Rost at Clemson (10/7/05) 10. 59-Verena Rost vs. UConn (10/2/04) 10. 59-Jessica Brizzolara at Mississippi State (9/7/02) ASSISTS IN 3 SETS 1. 58-Verena Rost vs. UConn (11/11/04) 2. 49-Jessica Brizzolara at Coll. of Charleston (8/31/02) 2. 49-Jessica Brizzolara at Quinnipiac (10/16/02) 4. 44-Verena Rost at Dartmouth (11/12/05) 4. 44-Verena Rost vs. Providence (10/17/03) 6. 43-Krissy Mussenden at Holy Cross (9/12/09) 6. 43-Jessica Brizzolara at Maryland (9/14/02) 8. 41-Krissy Mussenden vs. NC State (11/13/09) 8. 41-Brittany Pierpont at Yale (9/12/08) 8. 41-Verena Rost at Quinnipiac (10/18/04) 8. 41-Kristin Kenney at St. Peter’s (9/25/04) 8. 41-Verena Rost vs. DC (9/16/03) ASSISTS IN 4 SETS 1. 69-Kristin Kenney vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 2. 61-Verena Rost vs. Duke (10/14/05) 3. 59-Verena Rost at Clemson (10/7/05) 3. 59-Jessica Brizzolara at Mississippi State (9/7/02) 5. 58-Jessicia Brizzolara vs. Miami (9/28/02) 6. 57-Verena Rost at Pittsburgh (10/30/04) 6. 57-Verena Rost vs. Pittsburgh (9/28/03) 6. 57-Verena Rost at Rutgers (11/16/03) 6. 57-Jessicia Brizzolara vs. New Hampshire (10/02/02) 10. 56-Verena Rost vs. St. John’s (11/14/04) 10. 56-Verena Rost at Canisius (8/28/03) 10. 56-Jessicia Brizzolara vs. Central Conn. (11/6/02) ASSISTS IN 5 SETS 1. 72-Verena Rost at West Virginia (10/31/04) 2. 70-Brittany Pierpont vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 2. 70-Dani Moskitis vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 4. 66-Kristin Kenney vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 5. 63-Verena Rost vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 6. 61-Verena Rost vs. Florida Atlantic (9/17/05) 7. 60-Verena Rost vs. Syracuse (10/26/03) 8. 59-Kristin Kenney at Miami (9/2/06) 8. 59-Verena Rost vs. UConn (10/2/04) 8. 59-Jessica Brizzolara at Mississippi State (9/7/02)

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POINTS IN 5 SETS 1. 35.5 (31-3-1.5)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Fla. State (10/13/07) 2. 31.5 (29-1-1.5)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 3. 31.0 (28-0-3.0)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 4. 30.5 (29-0-1.5)-Katie Andersen at West Virginia (10/31/04) 5. 30.0 (27-1-2.0)-Tsvetelina Dureva vs. Fla. St.(10/15/10) 5. 30.0 (25-4-1.0)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Maryland (9/15/07) 7. 29.5 (24-3-2.5)-D. Niemczewska vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 8. 29.0 (28-0-1.0)-Kelsey Johnson at Miami (9/2/06) 9. 27.5 (24-3-0.5)-Brennan Clark vs. Holy Cross (9/10/10) 10. 27.0 (24-1-2.0)-Audrey Eichler vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07)

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RECORDS

ACES 1. 7-Taylor Williams at Delaware (8/24/07) 1. 7-Allison Anderson vs. Quinnipiac (9/9/06) 1. 7-Allison Anderson vs. Siena (9/16/05) 4. 6-Allison Anderson vs. St. Peter’s (9/10/04) 4. 6-Verena Rost at Sacred Heart (10/8/03) 4. 6-Verena Rost at Niagara (8/30/03) 4. 6-Katie Andersen vs. Maine (10/9/02) 8. 5-Kristin Baader at Brown (9/18/10) 8. 5-Taylor Williams vs. Colgate (9/13/08) 8. 5-Kelsey Johnson at Georgia Tech (11/17/06) 8. 5-Morgan Woodcock at Holy Cross (9/6/03) 8. 5-Morgan Woodcock at Central Conn. (11/6/03)

BLOCK SOLOS 1. 6-Morgan Woodcock vs. Georgetown (10/9/04) 2. 5-Dara Blandino vs. Sacred Heart (10/23/02) 3. 4-Krystle Higgins vs. Miami (10/16/09) 3. 4-Kim Carlson vs. Harvard (9/25/02) 5. 3-Krystle Higgins vs. Virginia (10/24/09) 5. 3-Audrey Eichler vs. NC State (9/27/07) 5. 3-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Maryland (9/15/07) 5. 3-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Wofford (9/08/07) 5. 3-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Northeastern (8/30/07) 5. 3-Morgan Woodcock vs. Towson (9/13/03) 5. 3-Rachel Bach vs. Maine (10/9/02) 5. 3-Dara Blandino vs. Virginia Tech (9/29/02) 5. 3-Verena Rost vs. Indiana (9/14/02) 5. 3-Kim Carlson vs. Samford (9/7/02)

POINTS IN 4 SETS 1. 30.0 (26-2-2.0)-Kelsey Johnson at NC State (11/4/07) 2. 29.5 (27-1-1.5)-Kelsey Johnson at Maryland (10/16/07) 3. 29.5 (25-2-2.5)-Alison Shepp at Central Conn. (11/6/03) 4. 27.0 (25-1-1.0)-Kelsey Johnson at Clemson (11/18/06) 4. 27.0 (25-0-2.0)-D.Niemczewska vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 4. 27.0 (25-1-1.0)-Katie Andersen at Rutgers (10/1/04) 7. 26.5 (25-1-0.5)-Jordan Meredith vs. Harvard (9/17/08) 7. 26.5 (18-4-4.5)-Audrey Eichler vs. New Hampshire (8/31/07) 9. 26.0-3x, last Allison Anderson vs. Clemson (10/7/05)

HISTORY

DIGS IN 5 SETS 1. 57-Allison Anderson vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 2. 53-Allison Anderson vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 3. 46-Allison Anderson vs. Georgetown (11/7/04) 4. 38-Allison Anderson at UConn (9/8/06) 5. 33-Brennan Clark vs. Wake Forest (9/24/09) 5. 33-Cathy Quilco vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 5. 33-Allison Anderson at Miami (9/22/06) 8. 32-Allison Anderson vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 9. 31-Allison Anderson at West Virginia (10/31/04) 10. 30-Allison Anderson vs. South Dakota St. (9/18/04)

TOTAL BLOCKS (SOLO-ASSIST) 1. 12 (3-9)-Audrey Eichler vs. NC State (9/27/07) 1. 12 (0-12)-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Wake Forest (11/10/06) 3. 11 (1-10)-Abigail Hasebroock vs. NC State (9/27/07) 3. 11 (0-11)-Morgan Woodcock at Rhode Island (9/1/04) 5. 9 (0-9)-Val Mattaliano at Bryant (9/11/10) 5. 9 (0-9)-Kryslte Higgins at Bryant (9/11/10) 5. 9 (3-6)-Krystle Higgins vs. Virginia (10/24/09) 5. 9 (3-6)-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Maryland (9/15/07) 5. 9 (1-8)-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Belmont (9/1/06) 5. 9 (2-7)-Shardai Davis at Notre Dame (11/7/04) 5. 9 (4-5)-Kim Carlson vs. Harvard (9/24/02)

POINTS IN 3 SETS 1. 29.0 (26-0-3.0)-Rachel Bach at Quinnipiac (10/16/02) 2. 24.0 (19-3-2.0)-Kelsey Johnson vs. N. Carolina (9/30/07) 3. 22.5 (19-3-0.5)-Kelsey Johnson at N. Carolina (11/26/05) 4. 21.5 (19-2-0.5)-D.Niemsczewska vs. Maine (9/3/05) 4. 21.5 (19-1-1.5) Rachel Bach at Providence (10/18/02) 6. 21.0 (20-1-0.0)-Tsvetelina Dureva vs. Central Ct. (9/17/10) 7. 20.5 (15-1-4.5)-Audrey Eichler vs. Holy Cross (8/30/07) 7. 20.5 (20-0-0.5)-Rachel Bach at Charleston (8/31/02) 7. 20.5 (19-1-0.5)-Rachel Bach at Dartmouth (9/19/02) 10. 20.0 (18-1-1.0)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Miami (10/12/07)

REVIEW

DIGS IN 4 SETS 1. 32-Allison Anderson vs. North Carolina (10/23/05) 1. 32-Allison Anderson vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 3. 31-Allison Anderson at Clemson (11/18/06) 4. 30-Allison Anderson vs. St. John’s (11/14/04) 5. 29-Allison Anderson at NC State (10/20/06) 5. 29-Allison Anderson vs. Virginia (9/28/06) 5. 29-Allison Anderson at North Carolina (11/25/05) 8. 27-Allison Anderson vs. Miami (10/29/06) 8. 27-Allison Anderson vs. Dartmouth (10/14/05) 10. 26-Kristin Baader at Duke (10/2/10) 10. 26-Kristin Kenney at Clemson (10/7/05) 10. 26-Allison Anderson vs. Harvard (10/5/04)

From 2003-06, Alison Anderson was a phenomenon on the court for the Eagles. Five years after graduating from Boston College, her name still occupies nearly every slot on the Eagles’ single-match dig record book and is displayed at the top of numerous other catagories.

POINTS (K-A-TB) 1. 35.5 (31-3-1.5)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Fla. State (10/13/07) 2. 31.5 (29-1-1/5)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 3. 31.0 (28-0-3.0)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 4. 30.5 (29-0-1.5)-Katie Andersen at West Virginia (10/31/04) 5. 30.0 (27-1-2.0)-Tsvetelina Dureva vs. Fla. St.(10/15/10) 5. 30.0 (25-4-1.0)-Kelsey Johnson vs. Maryland (9/15/07) 5. 30.0 (26-2-2.0)-Kelsey Johnson at NC State (11/4/07) 8. 29.5 (24-3-2.5)-D. Niemczewska vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 8. 29.5 (25-2-2.5)-Alison Shepp at Central Conn. (11/6/03) 10. 29.0 (28-0-1.0)-Kelsey Johnson at Miami (9/2/06) 10. 29.0 (26-0-3.0)-Rachel Bach at Quinnipiac (10/16/02)

PLAYERS

DIGS IN 3 SETS 1. 37-Allison Anderson vs. UConn (11/11/04) 2. 35-Allison Anderson vs. Wake Forest (10/16/05) 3. 30-Allison Anderson at North Carolina (10/21/06) 3. 30-Allison Anderson at NC State (11/26/05) 5. 27-Allison Anderson at Duke (10/13/06) 6. 24-Allison Anderson at Dartmouth (11/12/05) 7. 23-Allison Anderson vs. Florida State (10/27/06) 8. 22-Brennan Clark at Brown (9/18/10) 9. 21-Allison Anderson at Notre Dame (11/7/04) 10. 20-5x, last Kristin Baader vs. Central Conn. (9/17/10)

BLOCK ASSISTS 1. 12-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Wake Forest (11/10/06) 2. 11-Morgan Woodcock at Rhode Island (9/1/04) 3. 10-Abigail Hasebroock vs. NC State (9/27/07) 4. 9-Val Mattaliano at Bryant (9/11/10) 4. 9-Kryslte HIggins at Bryant (9/11/10) 4. 9-Audrey Eichler vs. NC State (9/27/07) 7. 8-Kryslte Higgins vs. Virginia Tech (10/09) 7. 8-Taylor Williams vs. NC State (9/27/07) 7. 8-Shardai Davis at Clemson (11/18/06) 7. 8-Abigail Hasebroock vs. Belmont (9/1/06)

COACHES

DIGS 1. 57-Allison Anderson vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 2. 53-Allison Anderson vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 3. 46-Allison Anderson vs. Georgetown (11/7/04) 4. 38-Allison Anderson at UConn (9/8/06) 5. 37-Allison Anderson vs. UConn (11/11/04) 6. 35-Allison Anderson vs. Wake Forest (10/16/05) 7. 33-Brennan Clark vs. Wake Forest (9/24/09) 7. 33-Cathy Quilco vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 7. 33-Allison Anderson at Miami (9/22/06) 10. 32-Allison Anderson vs. North Carolina (10/23/05) 10. 32-Allison Anderson vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 10. 32-Allison Anderson vs. Rutgers (10/22/04)

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ATTACK PERCENTAGE (K-E-TA) 1. .441 (50-9-93) vs. Delaware St. (9/8/07) 2. .400 (52-10-105) vs. Sacred Heart (8/31/07) 2. .400 (52-12-100) vs. Providence (10/17/03) 4. .398 (41-6-88) at Holy Cross (9/6/03) 5. .362 (68-18-138) at Rutgers (10/1/04) 6. .364 (54-11-118) vs. George Washington (9/21/02) 7. .357 (48-13-98) vs. Holy Cross (9/18/10) 8. .354 (41-13-79) vs. Quinnipiac (9/9/06) 9. .353 (48-12-102) vs. Wofford (9/7/07) 9. .353 (53-11-119) at St. Peter’s (9/25/04)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 1. 76-41-250 vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 2. 79-26-242 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 3. 64-41-231 vs. New Hampshire (10/2/02) 4. 84-38-230 at West Virginia (10/31/04) 5. 60-30-229 vs. UConn (11/15/02) 6. 72-26-228 vs Duke (10/14/05) 6. 75-26-228 vs. Syracuse (10/26/03) 8. 70-23-223 vs. Loyola (9/18/04) 9. 84-34-216 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 9. 64-34-216 vs. Miami (9/28/02)

ALL .350 ATTACK PERCENTAGES (K-E-TA) TOTAL ATTEMPTS IN 3 SETS .350 (55-12-123) vs. Colgate (9/13/08) 1. 57-28-173 vs. Duke (11/12/05) 2. 51-26-169 vs. Wake Forest (10/16/05) KILLS (K-E-TA) 3. 51-34-158 vs. Binghamton (8/25/07) 1. 84-34-216 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 3. 54-20-158 vs. Maine (9/3/05) 1. 84-38-230 at West Virginia (10/31/04) 5. 33-26-154 at Duke (10/13/06) 3. 82-34-205 vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 5. 66-20-154 vs. UConn (11/11/04) 4. 81-25-192 vs. UConn (10/2/04) 7. 58-29-153 vs. NC State (11/26/05) 5. 79-26-242 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 8. 42-25-152 at North Carolina (10/21/06) 6. 78-43-213 vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 9. 44-18-147 vs. Miami (9/23/05) 7. 76-34-188 at Clemson (11/18/06) 9. 47-23-147 vs. Villanova (10/31/03) 7. 76-41-250 vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 9. 40-39-147 vs. Notre Dame (10/24/03) 7. 76-26-181 vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 10. 75-28-194 vs. South Dakota St. (9/18/04) TOTAL ATTEMPTS IN 4 SETS 10. 75-26-228 vs. Syracuse (10/26/03) 1. 64-41-231 vs. New Hampshire (10/2/02) 2. 72-26-228 vs. Duke (10/14/05) KILLS IN 3 SETS 3. 64-34-216 vs. Miami (9/28/02) 1. 66-20-154 vs. UConn (11/11/04) 4. 78-43-213 vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 2. 58-29-153 at NC State (11/26/05) 5. 60-34-208 vs. North Carolina (10/23/05) 3. 57-28-173 at Dartmouth (11/12/05) 6. 47-36-204 vs. Portland St. (9/3/04) 4. 55-22-131 at Seton Hall (11/15/03) 7. 73-24-200 vs. Central Conn. (11/06/02) 4. 55-16-113 at Quinnipiac (10/16/02) 8. 71-42-195 vs. Georgia Tech (11/18/05) 6. 54-19-121 vs. Hartford (9/19/09) 9. 70-34-192 at Buffalo (8/30/03) 6. 54-19-137 vs. Miami (10/12/07) 10. 66-33-190 at Harvard (9/24/03) 6. 54-20-158 vs. Maine (9/3/05) 6. 54-11-118 vs. George Washington (9/21/02) TOTAL ATTEMPTS IN 5 SETS 6. 54-16-139 at Coll. of Charleston (8/31/02) 1. 76-41-250 vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 6. 54-17-143 at Dartmouth (9/18/02) 2. 79-26-242 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 3. 84-38-230 at West Virginia (10/31/04) KILLS IN 4 SETS 4. 60-30-229 vs. UConn (11/15/02) 1. 78-43-213 vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 5. 75-26-228 vs. Syracuse (10/26/03) 2. 76-34-188 at Clemson (11/18/06) 6. 70-23-223 vs. Loyola (9/18/04) 3. 73-24-200 vs. Central Conn. (11/6/02) 7. 84-34-216 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 4. 72-26-228 vs. Duke (11/12/05) 8. 68-24-215 at UConn (9/8/06) 5. 71-42-195 vs. Georgia Tech (11/18/05) 9. 62-28-213 vs. Georgetown (10/9/04) 6. 70-34-192 at Buffalo (8/30/03) 10. 71-31-209 vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 7. 69-25-160 at Virginia Tech (10/3/03) 10. 65-38-209 vs. Seton Hall (10/27/02) 8. 68-32-189 vs. NC State (10/21/05) 8. 68-18-138 at Rutgers (10/1/04) ASSISTS 8. 68-23-156 vs. New Hampshire (8/31/07) 1. 81 at West Virginia (10/31/04) 8. 68-36-162 at Central Conn. (11/6/03) 2. 79 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 3. 78 vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) KILLS IN 5 SETS 4. 77 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 1. 84-34-216 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 5. 76 vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 1. 84-38-230 at West Virginia (10/31/04) 5. 76 vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 3. 82-34-205 vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 7. 69 at Clemson (11/18/06) 4. 81-25-192 vs. UConn (10/2/04) 7. 69 at Clemson (11/19/05) 5. 79-26-242 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 7. 69 vs. South Dakota St. (9/18/04) 6. 76-41-250 vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 10. 68 vs. Duke (10/14/05) 7. 76-26-181 vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 8. 75-28-194 vs. South Dakota St. (9/18/04) 9. 75-26-228 vs. Syracuse (10/26/03) 10. 72-27-174 at Miami (9/2/06)

ASSISTS IN 3 SETS 1. 66 vs. UConn (11/11/04) 2. 54 at Duke (11/12/05) 3. 52 vs. Holy Cross (9/14/04) 3. 52 at Quinnipiac (10/16/02) 5. 51 at NC State (11/26/05) 6. 50 at Coll. of Charleston (8/31/02) 7. 49 vs. NC State (11/13/09) 7. 49 vs. Miami (10/12/07) 7. 49 vs. Wake Forest (10/16/05) 7. 49 at St. Peter’s College (9/25/04) 7. 49 at Seton Hall (11/15/03)

DIGS IN 5 SETS 1. 129 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 2. 127 vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 3. 109 vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 4. 105 vs. Georgetown (10/9/04) 5. 101 vs. Wake Forest (9/24/09) 6. 97 at West Virginia (10/31/04) 7. 95 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 8. 91 at Bryant (9/11/10) 9. 91 vs. Loyola (IL) (9/18/04) 10. 89, 2x last vs. Holy Cross (9/10/10)

ASSISTS IN 4 SETS 1. 78 vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 2. 69 at Clemson (11/18/06) 3. 68 vs. Duke (10/14/05) 4. 66 vs. St. Peter’s College (9/10/04) 4. 66 vs. Central Conn. (11/6/02) 6. 65 vs. Georgia Tech (11/18/05) 6. 65 at Pittsburgh (10/30/04) 8. 64 at Clemson (10/7/05) 8. 64 at Buffalo (8/30/03) 9. 63, 4x last at NC State (11/4/07)

ACES 1. 18 vs. Quinnipiac (9/9/06) 2. 15 vs. St. Peter’s (9/10/04) 2. 15 at Harvard (9/24/03) 2. 15 vs. Quinnipiac (10/15/03) 5. 14 vs. Harvard (10/5/04) 5. 14 vs. Maine (10/9/02) 5. 14 at Sacred Heart (10/8/03)

ASSISTS IN 5 SETS 1. 81 at West Virginia (10/31/04) 2. 79 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 3. 77 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 4. 76 vs. Georgia Tech (11/21/07) 4. 76 vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 6. 69 at Clemson (11/19/05) 6. 69 vs. South Dakota St. (9/18/04) 8. 67, 3x last at Miami (9/2/06) DIGS 1. 129 vs. Villanova (10/10/04) 2. 127 vs. Clemson (11/19/05) 3. 109 vs. Virginia (11/17/07) 4. 105 vs. Georgetown (10/9/04) 5. 101 vs. Wake Forest (9/24/09) 6. 99 vs. Duke (10/14/05) 7. 97 at West Virginia (10/31/04) 7. 97 vs. New Hampshire (10/2/02) 9. 95 vs. Wake Forest (10/28/07) 10. 93 vs. Seton Hall (10/14/04) DIGS IN 3 SETS 1. 77 at Duke (11/12/05) 2. 77 vs. UConn (11/11/04) 3. 74 vs. Fairfield (9/4/04) 4. 73 vs. Wake Forest (10/16/05) 5. 72 at North Carolina (10/21/06) 6. 69 at West Virginia (10/13/02) 6. 69 vs. George Washington (9/21/02) 8. 68 vs. Maine (9/3/05) 9. 67 at Duke (9/22/07), 9. 67 vs. Virginia (11/5/05) DIGS IN 4 SETS 1. 99 vs. Duke (10/14/05) 2. 97 vs. New Hamphire (10/2/02) 3. 93 vs. Seton Hall (10/24/04) 4. 86 at Clemson (11/18/06) 4. 86 vs. Harvard (10/5/04) 5. 84 vs. Rhode Island (9/19/09) 5. 84 vs. St. Peter’s (9/10/04) 8. 83 vs. Virginia (9/28/06) 9. 83 vs. Georgia Tech (11/18/05) 10. 81, 2x last vs. North Carolina (10/23/05)

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RECORDS

HISTORY

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ALL 10-PLUS ACE MATCHES 13 vs. Stony Brook (9/5/08) 13 vs. Belmont (9/1/06) 13 vs. Wake Forest (11/10/06) 13 vs. Siena (9/16/05) 13 vs. South Dakota St. (9/18/04) 13 at Canisius College (8/29/03) 13 at Central Conn. (11/6/03) 12 vs. UConn (9/18/09) 12 vs. Quinnipiac (9/5/09) 12 vs. Northeastern (8/30/08) 12 vs. Delaware St. (9/8/07) 12 at Miami (9/22/06) 12 vs. NC State (11/25/06) 12 vs. Rutgers (10/22/04) 11 vs. Rhode Island (9/19/09) 11 vs. Colgate (9/13/08) 11 vs. NC State (9/27/07) 11 vs. Sacred Heart (8/31/07) 11 at Delaware (8/24/07) 11 vs. Dartmouth (9/16/03) 11 at Buffalo (8/30/03) 10 vs. New Hampshire (9/3/10) 10 vs. Seton Hall (8/29/09) 10 vs. Holy Cross (9/20/08) 10 vs. New Hampshire (9/28/04) 10 vs. Cleveland St. (8/29/03) 10 vs. Samford (9/7/02) 10 vs. George Washington (9/20/02) BLOCKS 1. 24.0 vs. NC State (9/27/07) 2. 21.0 vs. Wake Forest (11/10/06) 3. 17.0 at Virginia Tech (11/3/06) 4. 16.0 at Bryant (9/11/10) 4. 16.0 at Rhode Island (9/16/06) 6. 15.0 vs. Virginia (10/24/09) 6. 15.0 vs. Virginia Tech (10/23/09) 6. 15.0 at Rhode Island (9/1/04) 6. 15.0 vs. Seton Hall (10/27/02) 10. 14.0, 4x last vs. Wake Forest (9/24/09)

BOSTON

Hitting Percentage (min. 500 attacks) 2010 - Tsvetelina Dureva 2009 - Melanie Cimino 2008 - Taylor Williams 2007 - Audrey Eichler 2006 - Kelsey Johnson 2005 - Morgan Woodcock 2004 - Allison Shepp 2003 - Allison Shepp 2002 - Rachel Bach 2001 - Rachel Bach 2000 - Lauren Schwer 1999 - Kristin Sprinkel 1998 - Laura DeLong 1997 - Natalie Scott 1996 - Deanna Herman 1995 - Kristen Roberts 1994 - Amy Laurence 1993 - Deanna Herman 1992 - Kristen Roberts

.188 .285 .181 .248 .196 .205 .252 .355 .255 .204 .228 .235 .227 .215 .229 .256 .206 .223 .265

Total Blocks (Blocks per Set) 2010 - Krystle Higgins 90-101G (0.89) 2009 - Melanie Cimino 93-113G (0.82) 2008 - Melanie Cimino 60-102G (0.59) 2007 - Abigail Hasebroock 130-112G (1.16) 2006 - Abigail Hasebroock 85-86G (0.99) 2005 - Morgan Woodcock 73-97G (0.87) 2004 - Morgan Woodcock 82-91G (0.90) 2003 - Morgan Woodcock 74-102G (0.73) 2002 - Kim Carlson 98-107G (0.92) 2001 - Laura Powers 95-98G (0.97) 2000 - Rachel Bach 117-105G (1.11) 1999 - Kristen Sprinkel 91-106G (0.86) 1998 - Kristen Sprinkel 76-100G (0.76) 1997 - Natalie Scott 75-105G (0.71) 1996 - Natalie Scott 116-96G (1.21) 1995 - Kristen Roberts 84-106G (0.79) 1994 - Kristen Roberts 77-81G (0.95) 1993 - Kristen Roberts 134-106G (1.26) 1992 - Kristen Roberts 156-128G (1.22)

Assists (Assists Per Game) 2010 - Cagla Sen 476-76G (6.26) 2009 - Krissy Mussenden 1,051-116G (9.06) 2008 - Brittany Pierpoint 549-83G (6.61) 2007 - Brittany Pierpoint 825-85G (9.71) 2006 - Brittany Pierpoint 1,005-105G (9.57) 2005 - Verena Rost 1,113-109G (10.21) 2004 - Verena Rost 1,286-117G (10.99) 2003 - Verena Rost 1,225-105G (11.67) 2002 - Jessica Brizzolara 1,164-102G (11.41) 2001 - Jessica Brizzolara 1,006-88G (11.43) 2000 - Kyleen Charlton 1,009-92G (10.97) 1999 - Kyleen Charlton 1,106-108G (10.24) 1998 - Kyleen Charlton 1,019-101G (10.09) 1997 - Katherine Tortorello 836-104G (8.04) 1996 - Karen Trine 666-78G (8.54) 1995 - Karen Trine 694-95G (7.31) 1994 - Karen Trine 753-89G (8.46) 1993 - Katie Farrell 580-91G (6.37) 1992 - Katie Farrell 803-124G (6.69) In 2000, Rachel Bach became the first-andonly Eagle to record 100 block assists in a single-season.

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11 21 7 34 13 15 18 23 35 22 23 30 26 27 31 19 53 93 73

372-114G (3.26) 346-116G (2.98) 276-108G (2.56) 514-115G (4.47) 445-116G (3.84) 325-105G (3.10) 408-124G (3.29) 348-98G (3.55) 448-111G (4.04) 309- 97G (3.19) 399-105G (3.80) 267-106G (2.52) 415-101G (4.11) 358-104G (3.44) 420-107G (3.93) 394-124G (3.18) 280-111G (2.52) 308-114G (2.70) 260-128G (2.03)

1,045 946 877 1,366 1,186 944 1,137 976 1,087 800 974 729 1,084 959 1,117 1,063 695 In 2006, Taylor Williams led the Eagles with 45 882 aces and set a freshmen record in the process . 623 Her average of 0.40 aces per set has held as the most of any BC athlete for eight seasons.

RECORDS

Block Solos 2010 - Krystle Higgins 2009 - Krystle Higgins 2008 - Melanie Cimino 2007 - Abigail Hasebroock 2006 - Abigail Hasebroock 2005 - Morgan Woodcock 2004 - Alison Shepp 2003 - Alison Shepp 2002 - Kim Carlson 2001 - Laura Powers 2000 - Nancy Legan 1999 - Kristin Sprinkel 1998 - Kristin Sprinkel 1997 - Natalie Scott 1996 - Natalie Scott 1995 - Kristen Roberts 1994 - Kristen Roberts 1993 - Kristen Roberts 1992 - Kristen Roberts

Kills (Kills per Game) 2010 - Tsvetelina Dureva 2009 - Taylor Williams 2008 - Taylor Williams 2007 - Kelsey Johnson 2006 - Kelsey Johnson 2005 - Kelsey Johnson 2004 - Katie Andersen 2003 - Allison Andersen 2002 - Rachel Bach 2001 - Rachel Bach 2000 - Racel Bach 1999 - Kristin Sprinkel 1998 - Julia El-Hag 1997 - Julia El-Hag 1996 - Deanna Herman 1995 - Deanna Herman 1994 - Deanna Herman 1993 - Deanna Herman 1992 - Kristen Roberts

79 77 53 96 72 69 68 56 63 73 100 63 50 58 85 65 24 41 83

Total Attacks 2010 - Tsvetelina Dureva 2009 - Taylor Williams 2008 - Jordan Meredith 2007 - Kelsey Johnson 2006 - Kelsey Johnson 2005 - Kelsey Johnson 2004 - Katie Andersen 2003 - Allison Anderson 2002 - Katie Andersen 2001 - Rachel Bach 2000 - Lauren Schwer 1999 - Julia El-Hag 1998 - Julia El-Hag 1997 - Julia El-Hag 1996 - Deanna Herman 1995 - Deanna Herman 1994 - Deanna Herman 1993 - Deanna Herman 1992 - Kristen Roberts

HISTORY

471-115G (4.10) 498-113G (2.36) 320-106G (3.02) 479-114G (4.20) 630-114G (5.53) 596-101G (5.90) 706-129G (5.47) 261-88G (2.97) 354-108G (3.28) 337-94G (3.59) 398 -103G (3.86) 341-107G (3.19) 357-101G (3.53) 289-104G (2.78) 269-101G (2.66) 277-124G (2.23) 306-110G (2.78) 274-114G (2.40) 266-113G (2.35)

Block Assists 2010 - Krystle Higgins 2009 - Melanie Cimino 2008 - Melanie Cimino 2007 - Abigail Hasebroock 2006 - Abigail Hasebroock 2005 - Morgan Woodcock 2004 - Morgan Woodcock 2003 - Morgan Woodcock 2002 - Kim Carlson 2001 - Laura Powers 2000 - Rachel Bach 1999 - Laura DeLong/Rachel Bach 1998 - Kristin Sprinkel 1997 - Natalie Scott 1996 - Natalie Scott 1995 - Kristen Roberts 1994 - Kristen Roberts 1993 - Kristen Roberts 1992 - Kristen Roberts

9 8 4 8 8 7 20 9 15

REVIEW

Digs (Digs Per Game) 2010 - Kristen Baader 2009 - Brennan Clark 2008 - Brennan Clark 2007 - Cathy Quilico 2006 - Allison Anderson 2005 - Allison Anderson 2004 - Allison Anderson 2003 - Katie Andersen 2002 - Katie Andersen 2001 - Katie Andersen 2000 - Lauren Schwer 1999 - Lauren Schwer 1998 - Julia El-Hag 1997 - Julia El-Hag 1996 - Amy Laurence 1995 - Deanna Herman 1994 - Jeanette Gaehwiler 1993 - Deanna Herman 1992 - Heather Cody

Double Doubles (Since 2002) 2010 - Tsvetelina Dureva 2009 - Krissy Mussenden 2008 - Jordan Meredith 2007 - Brittany Pierpont 2006 - Kelsey Johnson 2005 - Dorota Niemczewska 2004 - Verena Rost 2003 - Allison Anderson 2002 - Katie Anderson

PLAYERS

23-115G (0.20) 23-115G (0.20) 27-95G (0.28) 31-108G (0.29) 41-115G (0.36) 45-113G (0.40) 39-101G (0.39) 43-117G (0.37) 45-105G (0.43) 37-108G (0.34) 32-94G (0.34) 24-94G (0.26) 45-106G (0.42) 24-98G (0.24) 22-99G (0.22) 26-107G (0.24) 41-95G (0.43) 46-89G (0.52) 31-91G (0.34) 63-123G (0.51)

COACHES

Aces (Aces Per Game) 2010 - Kristen Baader 2010- Brennan Clark 2009 - Tsvetelina Dureva 2008 - Taylor Williams 2007 - Kelsey Johnson 2006 - Taylor Williams 2005 - Allison Anderson 2004 - Verena Rost 2003 - Verena Rost 2002 - Katie Andersen 2001 - Katie Andersen 2000 - Jeana Boyle 1999 - Kristin Sprinkel 1998 - Kristin Sprinkel 1997 - Cathleen Carpenter 1996 - Deanna Herman 1995 - Karen Trine 1994 - Karen Trine 1993 - Katie Farrell 1992 - Jessica Meyeringh

OUTLOOK

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Senior 1. 124-Katie Andersen 2. 123-Jessica Meyeringh 3. 116-Taylor Williams 4. 115-Kristen Baader 4. 115-Kelsey Johnson 4. 115-Lauren Schwer 7. 114-Allison Anderson 8. 113-Heather Cody 9. 112-Anne Casey 9. 112-Abigail Hasebroock Junior 1. 124-Deanna Herman 1. 124-Katie Farrell 3. 122-Amy Laurence 4. 117-Verena Rost 5. 116-Kristen Baader 6. 116-Kelsey Johnson 7. 115-Brennan Clark 8. 114-Tsvetelina Dureva 9. 113-Melanie Cimino 10. 108-Laura DeLong 10. 108-Taylor Williams

Sophomore 1. 129-Allison Anderson 2. 125-Dorota Niemczewska 3. 114-Taylor Williams 4. 113-Brennan Clark 4. 113-Jeannette Gaehwiler 6. 111-Deanna Herman 7. 108-Katie Andersen 8. 106-Val Mattaliano 8. 106-Christine Morelli 8. 106-Kristen Roberts Freshman 1. 128-Kristen Roberts 2. 116-Krissy Mussenden 3. 115-Courtny Grubb 4. 114-Deanna Herman 5. 113-Cathleen Carpenter 5. 113-Taylor Williams 7. 108-Rachel Bach 7. 108-Kyleen Charlton 9. 107-Lauren Schwer 10. 106-Brennan Clark

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(2006) (1995) (2010) (2005) (2001) (1996) (2005) (2008) (1999) (2000)

Sophomore 1. 4.03-Julia El-Hag 1,084 att. (1998) 2. 3.80-Rachel Bach, 1,151 att. (2000) 3. 3.31-Lauren Schwer, 974 att. (2000) 4. 3.17-Dorota Niemczewska, 1,048 att. (‘04) 5. 3.16-Katie Andersen, 1,087 att. (2002) 6. 3.10-Kelsey Johnson, 944 att. (2005) 7. 2.87-Liz Aron, 859 att. (2002) 8. 2.74-Amy Laurence, 995 att. (1995) 9. 2.52-Deanna Herman, 695 att. (1994) 10. 2.43-Jordan Meredith, 562 att. (2009)

Sophomore 1. 415-Julia El-Hag 2. 399-Rachel Bach 3. 396-Dorota Niemczewska 4. 341-Katie Andersen 4. 341-Lauren Schwer 6. 334-Amy Laurence 7. 296-Liz Aron 8. 280-Deanna Herman 9. 255-Christine Morelli 10. 243-Alison Shepp

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Freshman 1. 3.55-Allison Anderson, 976 att. (2003) 2. 3.44-Julia El-Hag, 959 att. (1997) 3. 3.11-Jordan Meredith, 877 att. (2008) 4. 2.74-Dorota Niemczewska, 753 att. (2003) 5. 2.70-Deanna Herman, 882 att. (1993) 6. 2.51-Katie Andersen, 705 att. (2001) 7. 2.40-Amy Laurence, 607 att. (1994) 8. 2.23-Lauren Schwer, 834 att. (1999) 9. 2.13-Christine Morelli, 576 att. (1992) 10. 2.03-Kristin Roberts, 623 att. (1992)

(1995) (1992) (1995) (2004) (2009) (2006) (2010) (2010) (2009) (1999) (2008) Freshman 1. 358-Julia El-Hag 2. 348-Allison Anderson (2004) 3. 321-Alison Schepp (2004) 4. 308-Deanna Herman (2007) 5. 277-Dorota Niemczewska (2009) 6. 274-Jordan Meredith (1992) 7. 260-Kristen Roberts (1994) 8. 239-Lauren Schwer (2002) 9. 236-Katie Andersen (2010) 10. 230-Amy Laurence (1993) (1993) (1992) (2009) (1995) (1993) (1995) (2006) (1999) (1999) (1999) (2008)

KILLS

Senior 1. 514-Kelsey Johnson 2. 448-Rachel Bach 3. 420-Deanna Herman 4. 408-Katie Andersen 5. 346-Taylor Williams 6. 337-Dorota Niemczewska 7. 291-Amy Laurence 8. 241-Abigail Hasebroock 8. 241-Kristin Roberts 10. 234-Brooke Shull

Junior 1. 445-Kelsey Johnson 2. 394-Deanna Herman 3. 372-Tsvetelina Dureva 4. 325-Kelsey Johnson 5. 309-Rachel Bach 6. 287-Amy Laurence 7. 284-Dorota Niemczewska 8. 276-Taylor Williams 9. 267-Kristen Sprinkel 10. 263-Brooke Shull

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(1997) (2003) (2003) (1993) (2003) (2008) (1992) (1999) (2001) (1994)

KILLS PER SET

(min. 500 att.) Senior 1. 4.47-Kelsey Johnson, 1,366 att. (2007) 2. 4.04-Rachel Bach, 1,107 att. (2002) 3. 3.93-Deanna Herman, 1,117 att. (1996) 4. 3.29-Katie Andersen, 1,137 att. (2004) 5. 3.04-Dorota Niemczewska, 1,131 att. (‘06) 6. 2.98-Taylor Williams, 946 att. (2009) 7. 2.75-Amy Laurence, 957 att. (1997) 8. 2.60-Brooke Shull, 646 att. (2001) 9. 2.27-Kristin Roberts, 587 att. (1995) 10. 2.25-Claire Oswalt, 830 att. (1998) Junior 1. 3.84-Kelsey Johnson, 1,186 att. (2006) 2. 3.26-Tsvetelina Dureva, 1,045 att. (2010) 3. 3.19-Rachel Bach, 800 att. (2001) 4. 3.18-Deanna Herman, 1063 att. (1995) 5. 3.09-Brooke Shull, 700 att. (2000) 6. 3.06-Alison Shepp, 672 att. (2003) 7. 2.84-Amy Laurence, 853 att. (1996) 8. 2.81-Dorota Niemczewska, 857 att. (2005) 9. 2.56-Julia El-Hag, 729 att. (1999) 10. 2.56-Taylor Williams, 753 att. (2008)

ATTACKS

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HITTING PERCENTAGE

(min. 500 att.) Senior 1. .256-Kristen Roberts, 587 att. 2. .255-Rachel Bach, 1,107 att. 3. .236-Katie Andersen, 1,137 att. 4. .229-Deanna Herman, 1,117 att. 5. .217-Kelsey Johnson, 1,366 att. 6. .215-Natalie Scott, 563 att. 7. .193-Brooke Shull, 646 att. 8. .187-Taylor Williams, 946 att. 9. .185-Laura DeLong, 558 att. 10. .138-Amy Laurence, 957 att.

(1995) (2002) (2004) (1996) (2007) (1997) (2001) (2009) (1999) (1997) (2009) (1999) (1998) (1996) (2000) (1995) (2005) (2001) (2005) (2006)

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Junior 1. 1,186-Kelsey Johnson, 2. 1,063-Deanna Herman 3. 1,045-Tsvetelina Dureva 4. 857-Dorota Niemczewska 5. 853-Amy Laurence 6. 800-Rachel Bach 7. 753-Taylor Williams 8. 729-Julia El-Hag 9. 717-Brennan Clark 10. 700-Brooke Shull

Junior 1. .285-Melanie Cimino, 519 att. 2. .235-Kristin Sprinkel, 678 att. 3. .227-Laura DeLong, 555 att. 4. .216-Natalie Scott, 500 att. 5. .211-Brooke Shull, 700 att. 6. .206-Deanna Herman, 1,063 att. 7. .205-Morgan Woodcock, 606 att. 8. .201-Rachel Bach, 800 att. 9. .200-Abigail Hasebrook, 516 att. 10. .196-Kelsey Johnson, 1,186 att.

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Sophomore 1. 1,151-Rachel Bach 2. 1,087-Katie Andersen 3. 1,084-Julia El-Hag 4. 1,048-Dorota Niemczewska 5. 995-Amy Laurence 6. 974-Lauren Schwer 7. 944-Kelsey Johnson 8. 859-Liz Aron 9. 732-Christine Morelli 10. 695-Deanna Herman 10. 695-Taylor Williams

Sophomore 1. .252-Alison Shepp, 602 att. (2004) 2. .228-Lauren Schwer, 974 att. (2000) 3. .218-Julia El-Hag, 1,084 att. (1998) 4. .213-Dorota Niemczewska, 1,048 att. (2004) 4. .213-Christine Morelli, 732 att. (1993) 6. .210-Kristin Sprinkel, 562 att. (1998) 7. .202-Laura Powers, 578 att. (2001) 8. .201-Deanna Herman, 695 att. (1994) 9. .191-Dara Blandino, 549 att. (2002) 10. .185-Kristin Roberts, 573 att. (1993)

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Freshman 1. .335-Alison Shepp, 672 att. (2003) 2. .265-Kristen Roberts, 623 att. (1992) 3. .248-Audrey Eichler, 710 att. (2007) 4. .236-Allison Anderson, 976 att. (2003) 5. .223-Deanna Herman, 882 att. (1993) 6. .206-Amy Laurence, 607 att. (1994) 7. .194-Christine Morelli, 576 att. (1992) 8. .183-Dorota Niemczewska, 753 att. (2003) 9. .172-Julia El-Hag, 959 att. (1997) 10. .165-Cathleen Carpenter, 647 att. (1995)

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Freshman 1. 976-Allison Anderson 2. 969-Julia El-Hag 3. 882-Deanna Herman 4. 877-Jordan Meredith 5. 834-Lauren Schwer 6. 753-Dorota Niemczewska 7. 705-Katie Andersen 8. 672-Alison Shepp 9. 665-Rachel Bach 10. 647-Cathleen Carpenter

Senior 1. 1,366-Kelsey Johnson, 2. 1,137-Katie Andersen 3. 1,131-Dorota Niemczewska 4. 1,117-Deanna Herman, 5. 1,107-Rachel Bach, 6. 957-Amy Laurence 7. 946-Taylor Williams 8. 830-Claire Oswalt 9. 646-Brooke Shull 10. 601-Anne Casey

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Freshman 1. 1,051-Krissy Mussenden 2. 1,006-Jessica Brizzolara 3. 507-Katherine Tortorello 4. 493-Dani Moskitis 5. 476-Cagla Sen 6. 385-Karen Trine 7. 287-Jeana Boyle 8. 204-Brittany Pierpont 9. 175-Verena Rost 10. 47-Robin Miller

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Freshman 1. 45-Taylor Williams 2. 36-Dorota Niemczeska 2. 36-Morgan Woodcock 4. 33-Cathleen Carpenter 4. 33-Lauren Schwer 6. 32-Katie Andersen 7. 30-Jessica Brizzolara 7. 30-Courtney Grubb 9. 28-Deanna Herman 10. 26-Allison Anderson

Junior 1. 0.43-Karen Trine, 95 sets 2. 0.42-Kristin Sprinkel, 106 sets 3. 0.39-Allison Anderson, 101 sets 4. 0.37-Verena Rost, 117 sets 5. 0.31-Kelsey Johnson, 116 sets 5. 0.31-Lauren Schwer, 91 sets 5. 0.31-Brittany Pierpont, 85 sets 8. 0.29-Taylor Williams, 108 sets 9. 0.28-Rachel Bach, 97 sets 10. 0.26-Brooke Shull, 85 sets (2006) 10. 0.26-Julia El-Hag, 89 sets (2003) (2003) Sophomore (1995) 1. 0.52-Karen Trine, 89 sets (1999) 2. 0.43-Verena Rost, 105 sets (2001) 3. 0.34-Katie Andersen, 108 sets (2001) 4. 0.31-Allison Anderson, 129 sets (1995) 4. 0.31-Kyleen Charlton, 108 sets (1993) 6. 0.29-Tsvetelina Dureva, 95 sets (2003) 7. 0.28-Deanna Herman, 111 sets 7. 0.28-Amy Laurence, 122 sets 9. 0.27-Laura Powers, 98 sets 10. 0.26-Dara Blandino, 105 sets

Sophomore 1. 706-Allison Anderson 2. 498-Brennan Clark 3. 398-Lauren Schwer 4. 357-Julia El-Hag 5. 354-Katie Andersen 6. 315-Liz Aron 7. 310-Kyleen Charlton 8. 296-Amy Laurence 9. 245-Jeanette Gaehwiler 10. 228-Christine Morelli

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(1995) (1999) (2005) (2004) (2006) (2001) (2007) (2009) (2001) (2000) Freshman (1999) 1. 341-Lauren Schwer 2. 337-Katie Andersen 3. 320-Brennan Clark (1994) 4. 289-Julia El-Hag (2003) 5. 274-Deanna Herman (2002) 6. 267-Jeana Boyle (2004) 7. 246-Krissy Mussenden (1999) 8. 244-Allison Anderseon (2009) 9. 238-Chrstine Morelli (1994) 10. 226-Karen Trine

9. 0.27-Allison Anderson, 98 sets 10. 0.26-Courtney Grubb, 116 sets 10. 0.26-Amy Laurence, 96 sets 10. 0.26-Jeana Boyle, 94 sets

DIGS

The 2003 season saw two freshman, Dorota Niemczewska (above) and Morgan Woodcock deliver more aces than any other rookies in BC history at that time. Their 36 aces a piece broke an eight year old freshman record set by Cathleen Carpenter in 1995.

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Senior 1. 630-Allison Anderson 2. 471-Kristen Baader 3. 394-Lauren Schwer 4. 380-Katie Andersen 5. 326-Claire Oswalt 6. 306-Jeanette Gaehwiler 7. 276-Kyleen Charlton 8. 274-Amy Laurence 9. 271-Laura DeLong 10. 266-Heather Cody

(2003) (1995) Junior (1994) 1. 31-Natalie Scott (2000) 2. 30-Kristin Sprinkel 3. 24-Kristin Roberts 4. 18-Jeanne Broussard 5. 17-Laura DeLong 6. 15-Morgan Woodcock (2006) 7. 14-Brooke Shull (2010) 7. 14-Rachel Bach (2002) 9. 13-Katie Farrell (2004) 9. 13-Eileen Broderick

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RECORDS

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(1995) BLOCK SOLOS (2001) (2002) Senior 1. 53-Jessica Meyeringh 2. 35-Kim Carlson Freshman 1. 0.40-Taylor Williams, 113 sets (2006) 3. 34-Abigail Hasebroock 2. 0.36-Dorota Niemczewska, 101 sets (2003) 3. 34-Jeanne Broussard 3. 0.35-Morgan Woodcock, 102 sets (2003) 5. 32-Ella Iszczyszyn 4. 0.34-Jessica Brizzolora, 88 sets (2001) 6. 31-Rachel Bach 4. 0.34-Katie Andersen, 94 sets (2001) 7. 27-Natalie Scott 6. 0.31-Lauren Schwer, 107 sets (1999) 8. 20-Heather Cody 7. 0.29-Cathleen Carpenter, 113 sets (1995) 9. 19-Kristin Roberts 8. 0.27-Jordan Meredith, 88 sets (2008) 10. 16-Cathleen Carpenter

ACES

Senior 1. 63-Jessica Meyeringh 2. 41-Kelsey Johnson 3. 36-Abigail Hasebrook 4. 35-Kristin Whalley 5. 34-Heather Cody 5. 34-Katie Andersen 7. 31-Katie Farrell 8. 29-Verena Rost 9. 28-Allison Anderson 10. 26-Deanna Herman

Junior 1. 596-Allison Anderson 2. 456-Brenna Clark 3. 321-Verena Rost 4. 311-Julia El-Hag 5. 299-Kyleen Charlton 6. 277-Deanna Herman 7. 274-Kristen Baader 8. 269-Amy Laurance 9. 261-Katie Andersen 10. 254-Tsvetelina Dureva

HISTORY

Sophomore 1. 1,225-Verena Rost 2. 1,164-Jessica Brizzolara 3. 1,019-Kyleen Charlton 4. 1,005-Brittany Pierpont 5. 753-Karen Trine 6. 371-Dani Moskitis 7. 351-Krissy Mussenden 8. 350-Katherine Tortorello 9. 261-Jeanette Gaehwiler 10. 217-Kristin Kenney

Sophomore 1. 46-Karen Trine 2. 45-Verena Rost 3. 40-Allison Anderson 4. 37-Katie Andersen 5. 34-Amy Laurence 6. 33-Kyleen Charlton 7. 31-Deanna Herman 8. 28-Dorota Niemczewska 9. 27-Tsvetelina Dureva 9. 27-Dara Blandino

(min. 75 sets) Senior 1. 0.51-Jessica Meyeringh, 123 sets (1992) 2. 0.36-Kelsey Johnson, 115 sets (2007) 3. 0.34-Katie Farrell, 91 sets (1993) 3. 0.34-Kristin Whalley, 103 sets (2007) 5. 0.32-Abigail Hasebroock, 112 sets (2007) 6. 0.30-Heather Cody, 113 sets (1992) 7. 0.27-Katie Andersen, 124 sets (2004) 7. 0.27-Verena Rost, 109 sets (2005) 9. 0.25-Allison Anderson, 114 sets (2006) 10. 0.24-Deanna Herman, 107 sets (1996)

REVIEW

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PLAYERS

Junior 1. 1,286-Verena Rost 2. 1,106-Laura Charlton 3. 837-Katherine Tortorello 4. 830-Katie Farrell 5. 825-Brittany Pierpont 6. 694-Karen Trine 7. 158-Claire Oswalt 8. 151-Lauren Schwer 9. 52-Jeanette Gaehwiler 9. 52-Laura DeLong

Junior 1. 45-Kristin Sprinkel 2. 43-Verena Rost 3. 41-Karen Trine 4. 39-Allison Anderson 5. 36-Kelsey Johnson 6. 31-Katie Farrell 6. 31-Taylor Williams 8. 28-Lauren Schwer 9. 27-Rachel Bach 10. 26-Brittany Pierpont

COACHES

Senior 1. 1,113-Verena Rost 2. 1,009-Kyleen Charlton 3. 666-Karen Trine 4. 580-Katie Farrell 5. 549-Brittany Pierpont 6. 259-Jeanette Gaehwiler 7. 254-Dani Moskitis 8. 231-Kristin Kenney 9. 56-Tori Thompson 10. 53-Heather Cody

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Sophomore 1. 41-Kristen Roberts 2. 26-Kristin Sprinkel 3. 23-Dara Blandino 4. 22-Laura Powers 5. 20-Kyleen Charlton 6. 19-Deanna Herman 7. 18-Alison Shepp 8. 17-Julia El-Hag 8. 17-Rachel Bach 10. 16-Liz Aron

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Freshman 1. 83-Kristin Roberts 2. 24-Deanna Herman 3. 23-Nancy Legan 4. 23-Alison Schepp 5. 21-Krystel Higgins 6. 18-Morgan Woodcoack 7. 16-Dara Blandino 8. 15-Julia El-Hag 8. 15-Amy Chiaverini 10. 14-Natalie Scott 10. 14-Dani Moskitis

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Freshman 1. 97-Audrey Eichler 2. 93-Nancy Legan 3. 73-Kristin Roberts 4. 68-Melissa McTighe 5. 64-Taylor Williams 5. 64-Laura Powers 7. 63-Rachel Bach 8. 60-Krystle Higgins 9. 56-Morgan Woodcock 10. 55-Deanna Herman

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REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS BC

Junior 1. 85-Natalie Scott 2. 77-Melanie Cimino 3. 72-Abigail Hasebroock 4. 69-Morgan Woodcock 5. 67-Rachel Bach 6. 61-Kristin Sprinkel 7. 53-Kristin Roberts 8. 51-Eileen Broderick 9. 48-Dorota Niemczewska 10. 46-Kelsey Johnson

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Sophomore 1. 100-Rachel Bach 2. 93-Kristin Roberts 3. 79-Krystle Higgins 3. 79-Cathleen Carpenter 5. 73-Laura Powers 6. 68-Morgan Woodcock 7. 64-Abigail Hasebroock 8. 59-Dorota Niemczewska 9. 56-Taylor Williams 10. 53-Val Mattaliano 10. 53-Melanie Cimino 10. 53-Dara Blandino

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Sophomore 1. 15-Katie Andersen 2. 12-Liz Aron 3. 8-Allison Anderson 4. 7-Jessica Brizzolara 5. 6-Brittany Pierpont 6. 4-Jordan Meredith 6. 4-Verena Rost 7. 3-Dorota Niemczewska 8. 1-Val Mattaliano 8. 1-Krissy Mussenden 8. 1-Dani Moskitis (1993) 8. 1-Taylor Williams (2000) 8. 1-Kristin Kenney (2001) 8. 1-Morgan Woodcock (1996) (2010) Freshman (2004) 1. 9-Allison Anderson (2002) 2. 8-Krissy Mussenden (1998) 3. 5-Dorota Niemczewksa (2004) 4. 4-Cagla Sen (2005) 4. 4-Jordan Meredith 4. 4-Dani Moskitis 7. 2-Taylor Williams (1992) 8. 1-Brittany Pierpont (2007) 8. 1-Tori Thompson (2000) 8. 1-Kristen Baader (2009) (1993) (2010) (1999) (2003) (2006) (2000) (1996) (2009) (1999) (2006) (2005) (2001) (1994) (1996) (1995)

DOUBLE-DOUBLES

Abigail Hasebroock’s 130 blocks in 2007 topped Jessica Meyeringh’s senior record (126) set back in 1992.

TOTAL BLOCKS

Senior 1. 130-Abigail Hasebroock 2. 126-Jessica Meyeringh 3. 111-Jeanne Broussard 4. 98-Kim Carlson 5. 89-Rachel Bach 6. 88-Heather Cody 7. 85-Natalie Scott 8. 83-Shardai Davis 9. 80-Laura DeLong 10. 78-Ella Iszczyszyn

(2007) (1992) (1993) (2002) (2002) (1992) (1997) (2006) (1999) (1992)

(SINCE 2002) Senior 1. 19-Katie Andersen 2. 15-Kelsey Johnson 3. 12-Verena Rost 4. 8-Dorota Niemczewska 5. 3-Brittany Pierpont 6. 2-Rachel Bach 7. 1-Kristen Baader 7. 1-Abigail Hasebroock 7. 1-Kristin Kenney

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Junior 1. 20-Verena Rost 2. 9-Tsvetelina Dureva 3. 8-Brittany Pierpont 3. 8-Kelsey Johnson 5. 7-Brennan Clark 5. 7-Dorota Niemczewska 7. 3-Taylor Williams 7. 3-Tori Thompson 7. 3-Shardai Davis 10. 2-Rainey Hanley 10. 2-Allison Anderson

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Sophomore 1. 134-Kristin Roberts 2. 117-Rachel Bach 3. 95-Laura Powers 4. 93-Cathleen Carpenter 5. 90-Krystle Higgins 6. 82-Morgan Woodcock 7. 76-Dara Blandino 7. 76-Kristin Sprinkel 9. 75-Dorota Niemczewska 10. 73-Abigail Hasebroock Freshman 1. 156-Kristen Roberts 2. 119-Audrey Eichler 3. 116-Nancy Legan 4. 81-Krystle Higgins 5. 79-Deanna Herman 6. 77-Melissa McTighe 7. 76-Rachel Bach 8. 74-Morgan Woodcock 9. 71-Taylor Williams 9. 71-Laura Powers

BLOCK ASSISTS

Senior 1. 96-Abigail Hasebroock 2. 77-Jeanne Broussard 3. 73-Jessica Meyeringh 4. 71-Shardai Davis 5. 68-Heather Cody 6. 65-Kristin Roberts 7. 63-Kim Carlson 7. 63-Laura DeLong 9. 59-Deanna Herman 10. 58-Rachel Bach

Junior 1. 116-Natalie Scott 2. 93-Melanie Cimino 3. 91-Kristin Sprinkel 4. 85-Abigail Hasebroock 5. 84-Morgan Woodcock 6. 81-Rachel Bach 7. 77-Natalie Roberts 8. 64-Eileen Broderick 9. 54-Deanna Herman

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BOSTON

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Freshman 1. 11.43-Jessica Brizzolara, 1,006 asst./88 sets 2. 9.89-Kyleen Charlton, 1,019 asst./103 sets 3. 9.06-Krissy Mussenden, 1051 asst./116 sets 4. 7.36-Dani Moskitis, 493 asst./67 sets 5. 6.26-Cagla Sen, 476 asst./76 sets 6. 5.57-Katherine Tortorello, 507 asst./91 sets 7. 3.93-Karen Trine, 231 asst./98 sets 8. 3.19-Brittany Pierpont, 204 asst./64 sets 9. 3.05-Jeana Boyle, 287 asst./94 sets 10. 2.73-Verena Rost, 175 asst./64 sets

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Junior 1. 0.99-Abigail Hasebroock, 85 TB/86 sets 2. 0.95-Kristin Roberts, 77 TB/81 sets 3. 0.87-Morgan Woodcock, 84 TB/97 sets 4. 0.86-Kristin Sprinkel, 91 TB/106 sets 5. 0.84-Rachel Bach, 81 TB/97 sets 6. 0.82-Melanie Cimino, 93 TB/113 sets 7. 0.80-Eileen Broderick, 64 TB/80 sets 8. 0.50-Dorota Niemczewska, 50 TB/101 sets 9. 0.47-Brooke Shull, 40 TB/85 sets 10. 0.45-Shardai Davis, 38 TB/84 sets

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Sophomore 1. 1.26-Kristen Roberts, 134 TB/106 sets 2. 1.11-Rachel Bach, 117 TB/105 sets 3. 0.97-Laura Powers, 95 TB/98 sets 4. 0.90-Cathleen Carpenter, 93 TB/103 sets 4. 0.90-Morgan Woodcock, 82 TB/91 sets 6. 0.89-Krystle Higgins, 90 TB/101 sets 7. 0.84-Abigail Hasebroock, 73 TB/87 sets 8. 0.76-Kristin Sprinkel, 76 TB/100 sets 9. 0.72-Dara Blandino, 76 TB/105 sets 10. 0.60-Dorota Niemczewska, 75 TB/125 sets

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Freshman 1. 1.22-Kristen Roberts, 156 TB/128 sets 2. 1.10-Nancy Legan, 116 TB/105 sets 3. 1.03-Audrey Eichler, 119 TB/115 sets 4. 0.92-Krystle Higgins, 81 TB/88 sets 5. 0.82-Natalie Scott, 63 TB/77 sets 6. 0.80-Laura Powers, 71 TB/89 sets 7. 0.75-Melissa McTighe, 77 TB/102 sets 8. 0.73-Morgan Woodcock, 74 TB/102 sets 9. 0.70-Rachel Bach, 76 TB/108 sets 10. 0.69-Deanna Herman, 79 TB/114 sets

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RECORDS

Sophomore 1. 11.67-Verena Rost, 1,225 asst./105 sets 2. 11.41-Jessica Brizzolara, 1,164 asst./102 sets 3. 9.57-Brittany Pierpont, 1,005 asst./105 sets 4. 9.00-Krissy Mussenden, 351 asst./39 sets 5. 8.46-Karen Trine, 753 asst./89 sets 6. 6.63-Dani Moskitis, 371 asst./56 sets 7. 3.93-Katherine Tortorello, 350 asst./89 sets 8. 2.31-Jeanette Gaehwiler, 261 asst./113 sets 9. 2.11-Kristin Kenney, 217 asst./103 sets 10. 1.00-Courtney Grubb, 1 asst./1 set

Freshman 1. 3.59-Katie Andersen, 337 digs/94 sets 2. 3.19-Lauren Schwer, 341 digs/107 sets 3. 3.02-Brennan Clark, 320 digs/106 sets 4. 2.84-Jeana Boyle, 267 digs/94 sets 5. 2.78-Julia El-Hag, 289 digs/104 sets 6. 2.49-Allison Anderson, 244 digs/98 sets 7. 2.45-Chrstine Morelli, 238 digs/97 sets 8. 2.40-Deanna Herman, 274 digs/114 sets 9. 2.31-Karen Trine, 226 digs/98 sets 10. 2.27-Amy Laurence, 218 digs/96 sets

Senior 1. 1.16-Abigail Hasebroock, 130 TB/112 sets 2. 1.21-Natalie Scott, 116 TB/96 sets 3. 1.05-Jeanne Broussard, 111 TB/106 sets 4. 1.02-Jessica Meyeringh, 126 TB/123 sets 5. 0.92-Kim Carlson, 98 TB/107 sets 6. 0.81-Natalie Scott, 85 TB/105 sets 7. 0.80-Rachel Bach, 89 TB/111 sets 8. 0.79-Kristin Roberts, 84 TB/106 sets 8. 0.79-Shardai Davis, 83 TB/105 sets 10. 0.78-Heather Cody, 88 TB/113 sets

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Only three Eagles have ever recorded 70-or-more assists in a match. Dani Moskitis hit that mark as a freshman in a 3-2 win over Wake Forest on Oct. 28, 2007.

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(min. 75 sets) Senior 1. 5.53-Allison Anderson, 630 digs/114 sets 2. 4.10-Kristen Baader, 471 digs/113 sets 3. 3.43-Lauren Schwer, 394 digs/115 sets 4. 3.17-Claire Oswalt, 326 digs/103 sets 5. 3.06-Katie Andersen, 380 digs/124 sets 6. 3.00-Kyleen Charlton, 276 digs/92 sets 7. 2.78-Jeanette Gaehwiler, 306 digs/110 sets 8. 2.68-Courtney Grubb, 252 digs/94 sets 9. 2.58-Amy Laurence, 274 digs/106 sets 10. 2.51-Laura DeLong, 271 digs/108 sets

HISTORY

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REVIEW

Junior 1. 10.99-Verena Rost, 1,286 asst./117 sets 2. 10.24-Laura Charlton, 1,106 asst./108 sets 3. 9.71-Brittany Pierpont, 825 asst./85 sets 4. 8.04-Katherine Tortorello, 836 asst./104 sets 5. 7.31-Karen Trine, 694 asst./95 sets 6. 6.69-Katie Farrell, 803 asst./124 sets 7. 3.73-Dani Moskitis, 41 asst/11 sets 8. 3.10-Claire Oswalt, 158 asst./51 sets 9. 1.66-Lauren Schwer, 151 asst./91 sets 10. 0.68-Jeanette Gaehwiler, 52 asst./76 sets

Sophomore 1. 5.47-Allison Anderson, 706 digs/129 sets 2. 4.41-Brennan Clark, 498 digs/133 sets 3. 3.86-Lauren Schwer, 398 digs/103 sets 4. 3.47-Julia El-Hag, 357 digs/103 sets 5. 3.28-Katie Andersen, 354 digs/108 sets 6. 3.06-Liz Aron, 315 digs/103 sets 7. 3.01-Kyleen Charlton, 310 digs/103 sets 8. 2.21-Karen Trine, 197 digs/89 sets 9. 2.20-Amy Laurence, 269 digs/122 sets 10. 2.17-Deanna Herman, 241 digs/111 sets

PLAYERS

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COACHES

Senior 1. 10.97-Kyleen Charlton, 1,009 asst./ 92 sets 2. 10.21-Verena Rost, 1,113 asst./109 sets 3. 8.54-Karen Trine, 666 asst./78 sets 4. 6.61-Brittany Pierpont, 549 asst./83 sets 5. 6.51-Dani Moskitis, 254 asst./39 sets 6. 6.37-Katie Farrell, 580 asst./91 sets 7. 4.05-Krisin Kenney, 231 asst./57 sets 8. 2.35-Jeanette Gaehwiler, 259 asst./110 sets 9. 0.57-Tori Thompson, 56 asst./98 sets 10. 0.43-Gallacher, 13 asst./30 sets

Junior 1. 5.90-Allison Anderson, 596 digs/101 sets 2. 3.97-Brenna Clark, 456 digs/115 sets 3. 3.49-Julia El-Hag, 311 digs/89 sets 4. 2.97-Katie Andersen, 261 digs/88 sets 5. 2.77-Kyleen Charlton, 299 digs/108 sets 6. 2.74-Verena Rost, 321 digs/117 sets 6. 2.74-Brooke Shull, 233 digs/85 sets 8. 2.68-Lauren Schwer, 244 digs/91 sets 9. 2.66-Amy Laurance, 269 digs/101 sets 10. 2.50-Dorota Niemczewska, 253 digs/101 sets

OUTLOOK

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Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus to serve the sons of Boston’s Irish immigrants. It was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Today, it is one of the foremost universities in the nation, with a coeducational enrollment of 14,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Boston College has drawn students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries.

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Boston College has grown not just in size, but also in stature and diversity. Today, it is ranked among the top 34 national universities by US News & World Report. Its Graduate School of Social Work is listed among the nation’s top 15, also by US News, while the graduate programs of its Lynch School of Education are among the top 20 and its Connell School of Nursing and Law School are among the top 30. In addition, eight undergraduate programs of the Carroll School of Management placed among the top 10 in the nation according to BusinessWeek, with accounting placing first in its category. Boston College is among the nation’s most selective universities, with nearly 30,000 applications received for its 2,250-member Class of 2013, and is numbered among the top American private research universities.

Today, the Boston College motto “ever to excel” also extends to a broad array of extracurricular activities and opportunities ranging from sports to the arts. Athletics is integral to the University’s focus on the development of the whole person in body as well as in mind and spirit. BC offers 31 men’s and women’s varsity sports, all of which compete at the NCAA Division I level, and annually has one of the highest graduation rates in Division I.

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BC offers a wide variety of resources that enrich intellectual and cultural life beyond the campus gates. Among these are the Jesuit Institute; Center for Ignatian Spirituality; Center for Catholic Education; Church in the 21st Century Center; Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life; Center for Human Rights and International Justice; Center for Christian-Jewish Learning; Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics; Center on Wealth and Philanthropy; Center for Retirement Research; Sloan Center on Aging and Work; Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation and Educational Policy; TIMSS and PIRLS International Study Center; Center for International Higher Education; Burns Library of Rare Books and Special Collections; Robsham Theater Arts Center; McMullen Museum of Art; Center for Child, Family and Community Partnerships; Center for Corporate Citizenship; Center for Work and Family; Center for Irish Programs; Urban Ecology Institute and Weston Observatory.

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A continued expression of this philosophy, based on the Jesuit principle of cura personalis, or care for the individual, is the faculty’s dedication to teaching. BC faculty “Deeply rooted in its Catholic and Jesuit origins, Bos- members have been honored for their teaching by the ton College offers an education that is distinctive in Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Education, spirit and content, that is doubly rich with the best while the University’s overall commitment to teaching has of human thought and with the profound insights of been ranked among the nation’s top 20, also by US News faith,” writes Reverend William P. Leahy, SJ, who as- & World Report. sumed the presidency of Boston College in 1996. “We believe that Boston College provides a transforming A Boston College education focuses not only on intellectual development, but also on personal, spiritual and experience for young men and women.” physical development. Students are asked to use their abilities, education and acquired skills to help others in need, whether in Boston or Belize. Each year, more than 5,000 undergraduates give some 375,000 hours of community service in the Boston area, while more than 650 students trade vacation for service during Spring Break. Nearly 2,000 students take part in retreats and spiritual formation activities annually.

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After more than a century of growth and evolution, Boston College holds fast to the ideals that inspired its Jesuit founders. The University today remains focused on its mission of helping students to develop their minds and talents while providing them with the motivation and compassion to use those talents in the service of others.

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William P. Leahy, S.J. became the 25th president of Boston College on July 31, 1996. Born in Omaha, he grew up on his family’s farm near Imogene, Iowa. After one year of college at Creighton University, he entered the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus in 1967. He received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a master’s degree in United States history from Saint Louis University in 1972 and 1975, respectively. Between 1975 and 1979, he studied theology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, California, earning a master’s degree in divinity and a master’s degree in sacred theology while there. Ordained a priest in 1978, he completed doctoral studies in United States history at Stanford University in 1985. Father Leahy joined the department of history at Marquette University in 1985 and became a tenured associate professor there six years later. In July 1991, he was named executive vice president at Marquette, where he served until being named president of Boston College in 1996.

During his years at Boston College, Father Leahy has presided over an institution that has solidified its position among the nation’s best and most selective national universities. Since 1996, BC’s endowment, sponsored research grants and student financial aid have doubled, and the percentage of student applicants accepted has fallen from 41 percent to 27 percent, while SAT scores have risen by more than 130 points. In addition, 100 full-time faculty members have been added, minority student enrollment in undergraduate programs has climbed from 18 percent to 26 percent and annual cash gifts to the University have increased from $24 million to $95 million. During his presidency, undergraduate applications to Boston College have grown from 16,500 to 30,000, making BC the fifth most- applied to private university in the United States. Currently, the University enrolls students from all 50 states and 80 countries, and its undergraduates have earned more than 250 prestigious fellowships, including two Rhodes Scholarships. Student-athletes at BC succeed in balancing the demands of academics and athletics, and BC consistently ranks among those universities with the highest NCAA graduation rates. Most recently, the Boston College community has been engaged in a comprehensive assessment and planning effort that resulted in a 10-year Strategic Plan. This plan will build on Boston College’s strengths and accomplishments of the past and will focus additional resources on undergraduate liberal arts education and formation, as well as integrated science research and teaching. The University also intends to increasingly apply the strengths of its professional schools to resolving critical societal issues, and foster even more international links. In addition, Boston College intends to remain faithful to its Jesuit, Catholic heritage and to become the leading Catholic university and theological center in the world.

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J. DONALD MONAN, S.J.

THOMAS J. KEADY

Provost and Dean of Faculties

Vice President for Development

CUTBERTO GARZA Executive Vice President

PATRICK J. KEATING Vice President for Facilities Management

DANIEL F. BOURQUE Vice President for Information Technology Services

MICHAEL J. BOURQUE Vice President for University Mission & Ministry

JOHN T. BUTLER, S.J. Vice President and University Secretary BC

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THOMAS P. LOCKERBY Senior Vice President

JAMES P. McINTYRE Financial Vice President and Treasurer

PETER C. McKENZIE Vice President and Assistant to the President

WILLIAM B. NEENAN, S.J. Vice President for Student Affairs

PATRICK ROMBALSKI Vice President for Human Resources

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dent-Athletes, and a large function area for general University use. After football moved into the Yawkey Center, BC undertook a multi-million dollar renovation Conte Forum to provide additional locker room and office space for many of BC’s 31 varsity sports.

DeFilippo and his wife, Anne, are the parents of three children – Christine Eldred (married to Matt Eldred), John and Mary.

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DeFilippo initiated an impressive overhaul of BC’s athletics facilities that includes new football practice facilities, a total renovation of Conte Forum, including a new sound system, floor and video boards, new soccer, field hockey and lacrosse facilities on the Newton campus, new Field Turf for Alumni Stadium, and an air-inflated bubble to cover the stadium turf to provide an indoor practice facility for all sports during the winter months.

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Under DeFilippo’s leadership, Boston College student-athletes’ achievements in the classroom have become an immense source of pride for the University and its supporters. Twenty-one Boston College sports teams received a perfect Graduation Success Rate score of 100, according to data released by the NCAA last November. That figure represents the most teams with a perfect 100 score of any Division I intercollegiate athletics program in the country. Last year, 379 BC student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better, earning the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Excellence. BC’s graduation rate for all student-athletes has consistently ranked in the nation’s top ten.

In athletics competition, DeFilippo has overseen some of the most successful seasons in Boston College Athletics history. During the 2009-10 season, the football team appeared in a school-record 11th consecutive bowl game and the men’s ice hockey team captured its fourth national championship (its third since 2001). In 2008, the men’s soccer team captured both the ACC regular-season and tournament championships and entered the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament as the overall No. 1 seed.

A 1973 graduate of Springfield College with a Bachelor of Science degree, DeFilippo earned three varsity letters as a quarterback in football during his undergraduate career. He received a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Tennessee in 1974.

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Since Gene DeFilippo became Director of Athletics in September of 1997, he has led the BC athletics program to an unprecedented period of innovation, growth, fundraising, athletic and academic success. He also led the program through one of the most significant periods in its history as it transitioned to full membership in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Anne and Gene DeFilippo cemented their commitment to Boston College by announcing their pledge of $100,000 to endow a scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a female student-athlete who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and financial need.

His coaching experience includes three years as offensive backfield coach at Vanderbilt (1980-82), which included the 1982 Hall of Fame Bowl. From 1975-79, he was offensive coordinator at Youngstown State University, during which time the team won two consecutive Mid-Continent Conference championships, 1978-79. In 1973-74, he was graduate assistant football coach for the University of Tennessee, coaching in the 1973 Gator Bowl and 1974 Liberty Bowl.

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DeFilippo renamed the Athletics Association’s fundraising arm (formerly Blue Chips) in honor of longtime Athletics Director Bill Flynn. Alumni, parents and friends of Boston College contributed more than $27 million during the past year (this total includes an extraordinary payment towards a capital project). The 4,600 donors to the Flynn Fund prove that there is strength in numbers; nearly 700 alumni, parents and friends have given to BC Athletics for at least 10 consecutive years.

From 1993-97, DeFilippo served as director of athletics at Villanova University. He served as Associated Director of Athletics at the University of Kentucky from 1987-93, Director of Athletics at the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg from 1984-87 and Director of Administrative Services at Vanderbilt University from 1983-84.

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The DeFilippo Family: Matt Eldred, Katherine Eldred, Christine (DeFilippo) Eldred, Anne, Gene, Mary and John.

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• Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA Jody Mooradian has been a member of the senior athletic department staff at Boston College since 2002. In her position, she administers the sports of women’s basketball, field hockey, volleyball, cross country, track and field, lacrosse, softball, and rowing. She also oversees the areas of Life Skills, Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning as well as handling many other internal functions of the Department and working with various areas on campus. She serves on the ACC Women’s Basketball Committee, Field Hockey Committee and Volleyball Committee. She is a former chair of the NCAA Women’s Rowing Committee and has served on the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Committee. She also serves on the NACDA Board and the Collegiate Women Sports Foundation where she Chairs the Honda Inspiration Award. Prior to her current post at BC, Mooradian served as part of the Northeastern University athletic department for six years. During her tenure at Northeastern, Mooradian served as Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance, Associate Director of Athletics, Interim Director of Athletics and Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator. Mooradian also served as the Director of Athletics at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania from 1993 until 1997 and was a Compliance Assistant at UCLA in early 1993. Prior to her career in athletics, Mooradian was an attorney for a private law firm and for the Cigna Insurance Company from 1987 until 1993. In addition, she was a District 4 New Hampshire State Representative from 1980-82. Mooradian earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of New Hampshire (’82) and a Juris Doctorate from the Delaware Law School of Widener University (’86).

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Kelly Kenny

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Billy Flutie

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Kaitlin Foley

Marketing and Web Site Specialist

Paul Ucci

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Allison Quandt – Director of Student-Athlete Development

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Eric Ziady - Senior Assocociate Athletic Director for Business Operations David Ayer - Travel Administrator Andy St. Pierre - Assistant Business Manager Chris Iacoi - Business Manager Melissa Wong - Fiscal Assistant

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Carly Pariseau - Associate Athletic Director of Compliance Aaron Aaker - Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance & Eligibility Brandi Kerrigan - Assistant Director of Compliance & Recruiting Yadira Reyes - Compliance Assistant

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Steve Novak - Associate Athletic Director for Development Webb Milward - Associate Director of Flynn Fund Capital Giving & Special Gifts Joseph Foley - Associate Director of Flynn Fund Capital Giving Travis DeMar - Assistant Director of Flynn Fund Jaime Domaingue - Associate Director of Flynn Fund Oleg Kamenetsky - Development Intern

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David McKenna - Assistant Equipment Manager Kevin Murphy - Assistant Equipment Manager for Olympic Sports

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Jamie DiLoreto - Associate Athletic Director for External Operations Brad Truman - Sports Marketing Manager Mike McKenzie - Assistant Director of Sports Marketing LEARNING RESOURCES Ferna L. Phillips, Ph.D. - Director Dard Miller, Ph.D. - Associate Director Mariette Landry - Learning Specialist/Academic Counselor Lee Metzger - Academic Counselor Clare Turkington - Academic Counselor Lee LeBlanc - Administrative Assistant Patrice Bouzan - Learning Specialist Bob Taggart - Faculty Athletics Representative

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Matt Conway - Assistant Athletic Director/Operations Kirsten Britton - Women’s Event Administrator Kenny Turbush - Camps, Clinics, and Facility Administrator

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Donna Bennett - Senior Associate Director for Sports Medicine Elizabeth Gillis - Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Kristen Allen - Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Bert Lenz - Assistant Athletic Director of Sports Medicine for Olympic Sports Aaron Clark - Assistant Director of Sports Medicine

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Russell DeRosa - Director of Strength and Conditioning for Olympic Sports Nick Asermelly - Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

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William Gartner - Director of Technology Dan Flores - Technology Consultant

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Eric Girard - Associate Director of Multimedia Services Vincent Higgins - Assistant Director of Multimedia Services

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In the spirit of the Jesuit mission, Boston College student-athletes have a rare opportunity to translate the skills they hone in their choice of sport into a positive lasting impact in the community. Through the generosity of Michael and Matt Devlin and their establishment of the Katharine B. and Robert M. Devlin StudentAthletes for Education (S-AFE) and Leadership Development Program, student-athletes impact an even greater audience by reaching farther into the sur-

Comprised of more than 60 Boston College student-athletes, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee became a vibrant part of the athletic department in 2003. In addition to the Devlin S-AFE programs, the Committee aims to carry on the Jesuit tradition of service to other via other outlets. The SAAC annually sponsors a First-Year Orientation for incoming student-athletes in conjunction with the annual “Welcome Back Picnic” for all returning student-athletes, as well as speakers of campus-wide interest. In 2006, the SAAC raised more than $500 to be donated the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, Inc. At the annual talent show in 2010, more than $3,000 was raised for the St. Bernard Project, which provides support to rebuilding areas devasted by Hurrican Katrina. The SAAC also offers student-athletes at Boston College the opportunity to review and offer input on Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) activities, policies and proposed legislation. The SAAC distributes two annual awards, the Richard “Mo” Maloney Award for Community Service, presented to the male and female student-athlete who has utilized their talents and abilities in service to others, and the Ignatian Service Award presented to the team whose spirit and action best exemplify the Jesuit principle of cura personalis (care for the individual). The chosen team has excelled in utilizing the combined talents, abilities and generous spirit of its members for the service of others.

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DEVLIN S-AFE PROGRAMS Student-Athlete Service Immersion Trip Over 60 percent of students participate in an immersion trip during their time at Boston College. An athlete led and coordinated program, the Student-Athlete Service Immersion Trip is the hallmark of the S-AFE Program. Previous missions have brought the Eagle to Poplarville, Miss. and New Orleans.

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HEAR (Help Educate through Athletic Responsibility) In conjuction with former BC baseball coach Mo Maloney, a group of 8-12 student-athletes participate in a bi-monthly program in which they go to local schools and speak with students about life choices and sports. Franciscan Hospital for Children At least once a month a group of students bring joy to the lives of children with visits to the Franciscan Hospital. The two sides often develop friendships and look forward to seeing each other every few weeks.

Boston Children’s Hospital A big event in which a large group of student-athletes visit the Children’s Hospital with cheerleaders and Baldwin to spend time with kids.

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2010-11 SAAC Officers Dani Moskitis (rear left) represented the volleyball team on the SAAC board for three years and served as Officer of the Pen-Pal Picnic as a senior.

Pen Pal Program SAAC assists the LRSA with the pen pal program, pairing studentathletes with children in the surrounding communities and hosting an annual picnic on campus for the two sides to meet one another in a fun-filled afternoon.

St. Ignatius Cup Each year, all 31 sports at Boston College compete for the St. Ignatius Cup. The coveted trophy goes to one men’s and one women’s team that grades the highest in four categories: athletic performance, academic performance, overall citizenship around Conte Forum and Baldwin Points – points earned for participating in community service and other outreach events. Volleyball last won the St. Ignatius Cup in 2009.

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Food for Families A monthly event in which a group of student-athletes organize and distribute monthly donations - more than 350 bags of groceries - provided by the Greater Boston Food Bank to help hundreds of families in the area. Clothing & Canned Food Drives Multiple clothing and canned food drives are conducted throughout the year to see who can amass the most donations in relation to the percentage of their team. Drives benefit the Brighton Projects.

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Missionaries, explorers, scientist, artists, diplomats, writers – the Jesuits worked wherever intelligence, Service Trip Officer 2011-12 SAAC Representative talent and the needs of the Roman Catholic Church took them. And when they turned to education, they developed an approach that sought to integrate intellectual excellence and religious commitment, that was concerned with the character as well as mind, that valued knowledge, transcendent values, community and service to others.

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rounding communities and truly helping those in need so that others too can reach great heights. The program honors the Devlin family’s commitment to service and enables student-athletes to develop in all facets of their collegiate experience.

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The story of Boston College began in 1534, when seven idealistic students at the University of Paris met in a chapel in Montmartre and vowed their lives to the service of God and the well-being of their fellow men and women. They were the founders of the Society of Jesus – the Jesuits – an order of religious men who did not choose monastic life, but instead went out to encounter and transform the world, committed to “finding God in all things.”

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AUBURN

Location............... Auburn, Ala. Enrollment.....................24,602 Nickname.......................Tigers Colors................... Burnt Orange & Navy Blue Home Court............. Student Activities Center President................................. Dr. Jay Gogue Athletics Director.......................... Jay Jacobs Head Coach.................................... Rick Nold Record at School (Overall).......none (172-98) Seasons at University (Overall)........ none (9) Assistant Coach....................... Eysha Ambler Assistant Coach........................ Floyd Deaton 2010 Record (SEC).....................21-13 (11-9) Volleyball Contact...........................Wes Todd Contact E-mail............. wlt0006@auburn.edu Website........................auburntigers.cstv.com

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Location............ Clemson, S.C. Enrollment..................... 19,453 Nickname....................... Tigers Colors..................Clemson Orange & Regalia Home Court................................. Jervey Gym President.............................. James F. Barker Athletics Director...........Dr. Terry Don Phillips Head Coach................ Jolene Jordan Hoover Record at School, Overall...378-208, 471-239 Seasons at University (Overall).......... 18 (21) Assistant Coach..................Jodi Steffes Welp Assistant Coach......................Kelsey Murphy 2010 Record (ACC)....................18-13 (9-11) Volleyball Contact...........................Jeff Kallin Contact E-mail............... kallin@clemson.edu Website............................ clemsontigers.com

COLGATE

Location............ Hamilton, N.Y. Enrollment.......................2,800 Nickname.................... Raiders Colors..........................Maroon, Gray & White Home Court............................. Cotterell Court President.................................. Jeffrey Herbst Director of Athletics....................David Roach Head Coach.................................Ryan Baker Record at School (Overall)......79-67 (101-78) Seasons at University (Overall).............. 5 (6) Assistant Coach......................... Kristin Baker 2010 Record (Patriot)..................18-12 (10-4) Volleyball Contact.................... Matt Faulkner Contact E-mail......... mfaulkner@colgate.edu Website........................ gocolgateraiders.com

COLUMBIA

Location............New York, N.Y. Enrollment....................... 7,934 Nickname.........................Lions Colors.........................................Blue & White Home Court......................Levien Gymnasium President...............................Lee C. Bollinger Director of Athletics..... Dr. M. Dianne Murphy Head Coach..................................Jon Wilson Record at School (Overall)....34-42 (354-240) Seasons at University (Overall)............ 3 (19) Associate HeadCoach.....................Brie Katz 2010 Record (Ivy)...........................16-9 (8-6) Volleyball Contact................Casey Snedecor Contact E-mail...........cs2732@columbia.edu Website.........................gocolumbialions.com

DUKE

Location.............Durham, N.C. Enrollment.......................6,400 Nickname...............Blue Devils Colors.............................. Royal Blue & White Home Court............ Cameron Indoor Stadium President......................Dr. Richard Brodhead Athletics Director......................... Kevin White Head Coach.............................. Jolene Nagel Record at School, Overall...268-112, 471-252 Seasons at University (Overall).......... 12 (23) Associate Head Coach......John Wasielewski Assistant Coach...................... Cristina Pintile 2010 Record (ACC)......................27-7 (16-4) Volleyball Contact.........................Chris Cook Contact E-mail............ cook@duaa.duke.edu Website..................................... GoDuke.com

FLORIDA

Location..........Gainesville, Fla. Enrollment..................... 50,576 Nickname.......................Gators Colors......................................Orange & Blue Home Court.........................O’Connell Center Present................................... Bernie Machen Athletics Director.......................Jeremy Foley Head Coach.................................. Mary Wise Record at School (Overall)..632-69 (713-132) Seasons at University (Overall).......... 21 (25) Associate Head Coach.................Dave Boos Assistant Coach.....................Sally Polhamus 2010 Record (SEC).......................29-2 (20-0) Volleyball Contact.................Amanda Brooks Contact E-mail...... AmandaB@gators.ufl.edu Website...................................gatorzone.com

FLORIDA STATE

Location........Tallahassee, Fla. Enrollment.....................40,838 Nickname................ Seminoles Colors...................................... Garnet & Gold Home Court................... Lucy McDaniel Court President............................. Dr. Eric J. Barron Athletics Director...................Randy Spetman Head Coach.................................Chris Poole Record at School (Overall)....74-23 (624-253) Seasons at University (Overall)............ 3 (24) Associate Head Coach................ Holly Watts Assistant Coach.................... Gokham Yilmaz 2010 Record (ACC)....................22-11 (12-8) Volleyball Contact.......................Steve Stone Contact E-mail..................... sstone@fsu.edu Website.................................. seminoles.com

GEORGIA TECH

Location................ Atlanta, Ga. Enrollment..................... 16,793 Nickname..........Yellow Jackets Colors..................................Old Gold & White Home Court................... O’Keefe Gymnasium President.............................Dr. G.P. Peterson Athletics Director.................. Dan Radakovich Head Coach........................... Tonya Johnson Record at School (Overall)........ 39-24 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)....... 2 (same) Assistant Coaches...Craig Bere, Ed Tolentino . ................................................ Brent Bridger 2010 Record (ACC)....................18-14 (11-9) Volleyball Contact.......................Seth Gerard Contact E-mail.sgerard@athletics.gatech.edu Website............................. ramblinwreck.com

MARYLAND

Location...... College Park, Md. Enrollment.....................37,641 Nickname.................. Terrapins Colors.....................Red, White, Black & Gold Home Court............ Comcast Center Pavillion President................................ Wallace D. Loh Director of Athletics............... Kevin Anderson Head Coach..............................Tim Horsmon Record at School (Overall)....39-58 (264-151) Seasons at University (Overall)............ 3 (12) Assistant Coaches..................... Mitch Kallick . .....................Christie Landry, Krista Valdivia 2010 Record (ACC)..................19-13 (10-10) Volleyball Contact............... Matthew Bertram Contact E-mail.............. mbertram@umd.edu Website......................................umterps.com

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Location...... Coral Gables, Fla. Enrollment..................... 14,078 Nickname................Hurricanes Colors........................Orange, Green & White Home Court.James L. Knight Sports Complex President.......................Dr. Donna E. Shalala Athletics Director................... Shawn Eichorst Head Coach...............Nicole Lantagne Welch Record at School (Overall).... 192-109 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)....... 9 (same) Assistant Coach.............................. Felix Hou Assistant Coach...................... Ashley Woods 2010 Record (ACC)......................23-9 (13-7) Volleyball Contact..................Brian J. Harvey Contact E-mail.............. bharvey@miami.edu Website..........................hurricanesports.com

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Location.............. Newark, N.J. Enrollment.......................5,924 Nickname..............Highlanders Colors.................. Red & White (Blue accent) Home Court.............. Estelle & Zoom Fleisher President................... Dr. Robert A. Altenkirch Director of Athletics.................. Lenny Kaplan Head Coach....... Jose Reynaldo “JR” Martins Record at School (Overall)........ 21-33 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)....... 2 (same) Assistant Coach.....................Rodrigo Correa 2010 Record (Great West)............4-22 (2-10) Volleyball Contact................ Stephanie Pillari Contact E-mail................pillari@adm.njit.edu Website........................... njithighlanders.com

NORTH CAROLINA

Location.........Chapel Hill, N.C. Enrollment..................... 17,895 Nickname.................. Tar Heels Colors.......................... Carolina Blue & White Home Court................ Carmichael Auditorium Chancellor.................................Holden Thorp Athletics Director.......................Dick Baddour Head Coach................................. Joe Sagula Record at School, Overall...421-272, 624-385 Seasons at University (Overall).......... 21 (30) Assistant Coach....................... Eve Rackham Assistant Coach..........................Tyler Adams 2010 Record (ACC)....................25-10 (15-5) Volleyball Contact.................... Nathan Thorp Contact E-mail........... nthorp@email.unc.edu Website.................................tarheelblue.com

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Location............. Raleigh, N.C. Enrollment.....................33,815 Nickname.................. Wolfpack Colors......................................... Red & White Home Court..................... Reynolds Coliseum Chancellor...................... Dr. Randy Woodson Athletics Director......................... Debbie Yow Head Coach.................................Bryan Bunn Record at School (Overall)....14-18 (365-140) Seasons at University (Overall)............ 1 (14) Assistant Coach........................... Pete Hoyer Assistant Coach....................... Stevie Mussie 2010 Record (ACC)....................14-18 (4-16) Volleyball Contact......................... Tim Peeler Contact E-mail............ tim_peeler@ncsu.edu Website....................................... gopack.com

RHODE ISLAND

Location..............Kingston, R.I. Enrollment..................... 15,650 Nickname........................Rams Colors..........Keaney Blue, Dark Blue & White Home Court.................... Keaney Gymnasium President........................ Dr. David M. Dooley Athletics Director.......................... Thorr Bjorn Head Coach.............................. Bob Schneck Record at School (Overall).522-418-2 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)..... 31 (same) Assistant Coach............. Steve Santonastaso 2010 Record (Atlantic-10).......... 14-14 (5-10) Volleyball Contact....................Tom Symonds Contact E-mail..........tsymonds@mail.uri.edu Website......................................gorhody.com

SETON HALL

Location.... South Orange, N.J. Enrollement.....................9,700 Nickname......................Pirates Colors.........................................Blue & White Home Court...................... Walsh Gymnasium President.....................Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban Athletics Director.......................Patrick Lyons Head Coach................................... Kris Zeiter Record at School (Overall)....71-78 (166-173) Seasons at University (Overall)............ 5 (12) Assistant Coach.......................... Allie Yaeger Assistant Coach........................ Brad Kniewel 2010 Record (BIG EAST).............13-18 (7-7) Volleyball Contact...................Mike Kowalsky Contact E-mail..... michael.kowalsky@shu.edu Website.................................. shupirates.com

TCU

Location....... Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment....................... 9,142 Nickname........... Horned Frogs Colors..................................... Purple & White Home Court................. University Rec Center Chancellor..................... Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletics Director................... Chris Del Conte Head Coach............................ Prentice Lewis Record at School (Overall).... 172-123 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)....... 9 (same) Associate Head Coach............ Jason Tanaka Assistant Coach...........................Holly Jones 2010 Record (Mountain West)..... 27-7 (13-3) Volleyball Contact.............. Brandie Davidson Contact E-mail.............b.i.davidson@tcu.edu Website.......................................gofrogs.com

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Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 59th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since its inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 123 national championships, including 65 in women’s competition and 58 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 140 times in men’s competition and 99 times in women’s action. Volleyball’s inception as an ACC-sponsored sport came in 1980 and conference play began in 1981. Now entering its 32nd season of play, the league has seen its member institutions enjoy great success from both academic and athletic perspectives. Seven volleyball student-athletes earned ESPN The Magazine Academic honors in 2010. Duke’s Sophia Dunworth, Florida State’s Taylor Wilson, Miami’s Lane Carico, and Wake Forest’s Andrea Beck were named first-team Academic All-District III selections, while two student athletes were second team honorees, and one garnered third team recognition. Duke’s Kellie Catanach and Miami’s Carico were recognized as third-team All-America selections by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Eleven additional ACC student-athletes garnered Honorable Mention accolades in addition to All-East Region honors. Jolene Nagel, in her 12th year as head coach at Duke University, was honored by the AVCA as the East Region Coach of the Year, the third such recognition of her career. Virginia’s McKenzie Adams was named East Region Freshman of the Year. The 2010-11 season was one of the best in the history of the ACC when the teams combined to finish with a record of 108-39 in out-of-conference play, the best such conference mark in 32 years. The conference has sent a league-record five teams to the NCAA Volleyball Championship for two straight years and has had a representative reach the regional final in both years as well, with Florida State advancing to the Round of 8 in 2009 and Duke repeating the feat in 2010. The ACC again proved to be the nation’s premier athletic conference both academically and athletically.

2010-11 IN REVIEW The 2010-11 academic year concluded with the league pocketing two more national team titles and 18 individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has now won 45 national team titles since the beginning of 2000, and won two or more NCAA titles in 29 of the past 31 years. The ACC’s 2010-11 national champions were Maryland in field hockey and Virginia in men’s lacrosse. Overall, 132 ACC teams placed in NCAA championships during the past season. Nine teams competed in football bowl championships, with four teams claiming victories – Florida State (Chick-fil-A Bowl), Maryland (Military/Northrop-Grumman Bowl), North Carolina (Franklin American Mortgage MCB Bowl) and NC State (Champs Sports Bowl). The ACC placed at least one team in the final top 10 nationally in 19 of the 25 sponsored sports for which polls were available. In all, 40 ACC teams finished their season with a top 10 ranking, including two at the No. 1 spot. For the 2010-11 campaign, seven of the 12 ACC schools finished in the top 50 of the NACDA Director’s Cup, which is awarded annually by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and honors the top institution maintaining a broad-based athletic program and achieves success in many sports.

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A total of 306 ACC student-athletes earned first-, second-, or third-team All-America honors this past year. In addition, the ACC produced three national Players of the Year, four national Freshmen of the Year, and four national Coach of the Year honorees.

RECORDS

Location..... New Haven, Conn. Enrollment.....................11, 446 Nickname....................Bulldogs Colors......................................Orange & Blue Colors.................................Yale Blue & White Home Court............John J. Lee Amphitheater President.................................. Richard Levin Director of Athletics.............. Thomas Beckett Head Coach............................ Erin Appleman Record at School (Overall)...... 146-56 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)....... 8 (same) Associate Head Coach.............Kevin Laseau 2010 Record (ACC)......................18-8 (12-2) Volleyball Contact...........Timothy Bennett, Jr. Contact E-mail......timothy.bennett@yale.edu Website...............................yalebulldogs.com

However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency.

HISTORY

Location..........Blacksburg, Va. Enrollment.....................30,000 Nickname......................Hokies Colors......... Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange Home Court.........................Cassell Coliseum President......................Dr. Charles W. Steger Athletics Director..........................Jim Weaver Head Coach.................................. Chris Riley Record at School (Overall)....90-67 (234-121) Seasons at University (Overall)............ 6 (12) Assistant Coach..............Shelbylynn McBride Assistant Coach.......................... Jen Malcom 2010 Record (ACC)..................20-12 (10-10) Volleyball Contact................Rachel Perreault Contact E-mail.................... rachelp5@vt.edu Website................................ hokiesports.com

Location............ Madison, Wis. Enrollment.....................42,099 Nickname................... Badgers Colors.................................. Cardinal & White Home Court................Wisconsin Field House Chancellor................................................TBA Athletics Director....................... Barry Alvarez Head Coach..................................Pete Waite Record at School, Overall...272-115, 538-217 Seasons at University (Overall).......... 12 (23) Assistant Coach.......................Colleen Bayer Assistant Coach.................... Brian Heffernan 2010 Record (Big Ten)................16-15 (5-15) Volleyball Contact...........Diane K. Nordstrom Contact E-mail..........dkn@athletics.wisc.edu Website................................. uwbadgers.com

Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor.

REVIEW

Location......Charlottesville, Va. Enrollment..................... 20,399 Nickname.................. Cavaliers Colors.....................................Navy & Orange Home Court................. Memorial Gymnasium President................................ Teresa Sullivan Athletics Director................... Craig Littlepage Head Coach....................................Lee Maes Record at School (Overall)........ 43-50 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)....... 3 (same) Assistant Coach...................Marritt Cafarchia Assistant Coach............................. Ted Wade 2010 Record (ACC)....................14-16 (8-12) Volleyball Contact.....................Amy Mulligan Contact E-mail..........amulligan@virginia.edu Website............................. virginiasports.com

THE TRADITION

PLAYERS

Location... Winston-Salem, N.C. Enrollment....................... 4,657 Nickname.......Demon Deacons Colors.................................. Old Gold & Black Home Court.............................Reynolds Gym President..............................Nathan O. Hatch Athletics Director.......................Ron Wellman Head Coach................. Heather Kahl Holmes Record at School (Overall)........ 88-99 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)....... 6 (same) Assistant Coach........................... Chad Willis Assistant Coach.......................Abbey Worrell 2010 Record (ACC)....................19-12 (11-9) Volleyball Contact....................Steven Wright Contact E-mail....................wrights@wfu.edu Website....................... wakeforestsports.com

COACHES

Location... Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment.....................29,251 Nickname......................... Utes Colors.................................. Crimson & White Home Court............................. Crimson Court President....................... Dr. Michael K. Young Director of Athletics.................... Dr. Chris Hill Head Coach............................. Beth Launiere Record at School (Overall).... 425-238 (same) Seasons at University (Overall)..... 21 (same) Assistant Coach................ Heather Olmstead Assistant Coach..........................Brian Doyon 2010 Record (Mountain West)... 17-14 (11-5) Volleyball Contact...................... Mike DeVine Contact E-mail.mdevine@huntsman.utah.edu Website.....................................utahutes.com

OUTLOOK

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POWER GYM

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RECORDS

Power Gym is named in honor of the late Francis G. Power. Mr. Power dedicated himself to the betterment of Boston College as a scout, recruiter and assistant basketball coach for 32 years, including a stint as head coach of men’s basketball during the 1962-1963 season. For nearly 40 years, Frank “Mr. Boston College Basketball” Power filled mentoring roles as a teacher, coach and administrator for the city of Boston. A plaque outside the gym is displayed in his memoriam.

Renovations conducted in 2001 positioned Power Gym as one of the top volleyball facilities in the Atlantic Coast Conference. As recent as 2010, the gym was expanded to include more volleyball specific areas, as well as new lighting systems and high-powered cooling fans. To better serve the volleyball program, technologies and premier volleyball equipment such as Senoh Systems, Daktronics and video cameras are continually sought after and added to the facility. Additionally, banners celebrating the Eagles’ accomplishments hang from the ceiling, making Power Gym aesthetically pleasing to visitors and fans alike. Boston College opens up the 2011 campaign with the ACC/SEC Challenge in Gainesville, Fla. and follows with tournaments at Yale, Rhode Island and Seton Hall. After traveling nearly 3,150 miles, Power Gym will welcome home the Eagles as they open ACC play and kick-off a fivematch home stand against Maryland on Tuesday, September 20 at 5 p.m.

Power Gym will serve as the Eagles home court for the 22nd season. Located between Gate C and Gate D of Conte Forum also plays host to the Boston College’s basketball and national championship hockey teams.

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AUG. 26-27 ACC/SEC Challenge (Univ. of Florida) AUG. 26 Fri. Florida AUG. 27 Sat. Auburn

7:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

SEPT. 2-3 SEPT. 2 SEPT. 3 SEPT. 3

Yale Tournament (New Haven, Conn.) Fri. Yale Sat. Utah Sat. Colgate

7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

SEPT. 9-10 SEPT. 9 SEPT. 10 SEPT. 10

Rhode Island Tournament (Kingston, R.I.) Fri. Wisconsin Sat. Columbia Sat. Rhode Island

3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

SEPT. 16-17 SEPT. 16 SEPT. 16 SEPT. 17

Seton Hall Tournament (South Orange, N.J.) Fri. TCU 1:00 p.m. Fri. Seton Hall 6:00 p.m. Sat. NJIT 12:00 p.m.

SEPT. 20 SEPT. 23 SEPT. 25 SEPT. 29

Tues. Fri. Sat. Thur.

MARYLAND* NC STATE* NORTH CAROLINA* VIRGINIA TECH*

5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

OCT. 2 OCT. 7 OCT. 9 OCT. 14 OCT. 15 OCT. 21 OCT. 23 OCT. 28 OCT. 29

Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sat. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sat.

VIRGINIA* at Clemson* at Georgia Tech* at Duke* at Wake Forest* MIAMI* FLORIDA STATE* at North Carolina* at NC State*

12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. TBD TBD 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

NOV. 4 NOV. 6 NOV. 11 NOV. 12 NOV. 18 NOV. 20 NOV. 23

Fri. Sun. Fri. Sat. Fri. Sun. Wed.

GEORGIA TECH* CLEMSON* at Virginia* at Virginia Tech* WAKE FOREST* DUKE* at Maryland*

7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

All times EST

*ACC Match

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