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The USCAA was founded in 1966 as the National Little College Association, primarily to sponsor a national basketball tournament for small colleges and junior colleges. It began adding more sports in the 1970s and 1980s. In 1989, it changed its name to the National Small College Association. It adopted its current name in 2001. Member schools stretch across the country from Maine south to Florida and west to Arizona. The USCAA is a national governing body that provides quality intercollegiate athletic competition on a national level. The USCAA exists to provide small colleges the opportunity to compete against like institutions in size and resource for National Championships and student-athlete recognition. By providing unique services to small colleges, the USCAA allows its members the opportunity to enhance their recruiting capabilities by way of more consistent national recognition and a level playing field for post-season competition. The USCAA sponsors national championship play in Men’s Golf, Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Volleyball (Divisions I & II), Men’s & Women’s Soccer (Divisions I & II) , Men’s & Women’s Basketball (Divisions I & II), Softball, and Baseball. Football, Wrestling, Track & Field, and Swimming are current emerging sports in the USCAA. Each year, the USCAA awards more than 150 players of the week, 75 All-Tournament awards, 375 All-Americans (1st Team, 2nd Team, and Honorable Mention), and 700 scholar-athletes. We strive to provide first-class events, quality awards, and memories that will last a lifetime for student-athletes across the country. On average, 70% of member institutions compete in one or more national championship each year. As the USCAA has grown in numbers, we have expanded tournaments and made significant developments in the quality of our events. Each USCAA championship is planned to ensure that all participants have a first class experience. We strive to make our championships more than games, but also an experience to remember. The USCAA Basketball National Championships are one of the largest intercollegiate tournaments in the country, featuring 34 teams playing in two men’s and two women’s divisions. All participants are housed at a world-class five-diamond resort. Additionally, USCAA championships are simulcast online via ESPN Radio and live video broadcasts on the USCAA Network.

Our membership consists of a group of unique post-secondary institutions. From 2006-2013, USCAA membership grew more than 100%. As growth continues, so to will expansion of sports, divisions, and award opportunities. The USCAA has successfully developed a strong organization of small colleges from diverse backgrounds and offerings. We will continue to serve our mission by accepting small colleges across the country with similar enrollment figures and athletic department resources. The USCAA provides a national setting that traditional and non-traditional institutions can thrive in. The membership is made up of several types of nationally accredited higher education programs. Member institutions offer varying types of degrees.


Career Kills Rk. Name 1. Lucy Herrmann 2. Toniya Scott 3. Reanna Bray 4. Moriah Hughes 5. Johmillet Berrios 6. Shanna Stewart 7. Tiy Gonzalez 8. Taylee Tellechea 9. Kylie Marquardt 10. Jamie Hay

Career Blocks Years 2013-16 20162011-14 2012-13 2016-17 2010-12 2015-18 2010-11 2013-14 2017-18

SP K 449 1132 341 738 355 704 230 688 235 546 264 505 351 410 200 381 198 350 206 343

Career Assists Rk. Name 1. Moana Reid 2. Kaitlin Kuntz 3. Hailey Thrift 4. Donna Harris 5. Kylie Marquardt 6. Halle Franklin 7. Stephanie Harris 8. Katelynn Roberto 9. Lucy Herrmann 10. Jackie Clifford

Career Points

Rk. Name 1. Toniya Scott 2. Lucy Herrmann 3. Tiy Gonzalez 4. Lauren Cordts 5. Moriah Hughes 6. Madelyn Leonard 7. Taylee Tellechea 7. Reanna Bray 9. Jazmyne Williams 10. Jamie Hay

Years 20162013-16 2015-18 2011-12 2012-13 2012-13 2010-11 2011-14 2013 2017-18

SP 341 449 351 209 230 219 200 355 114 206

B 269 190 150 135 125 118 113 113 97 93

Career Digs Years 20172011-12 2014-15 2016-17 2013-14 2015-18 2010-13 2010 2013-16 2014-15

SP A 234 1534 227 1531 198 1317 115 884 198 591 442 495 361 318 87 294 449 142 145 108

Rk. Name 1. Halle Franklin 2. Kendall Watson 3. Summer Meredith 4. Tori Dublino 5. Lucy Herrmann 5. Johmillet Berrios 7. Kaitlin Kuntz 8. Emily Kirchner 9. Shanna Stewart 10. Samantha Johnson

63 198 6 .392 59 21 133 14 16 16

Total Blocks

17

4s 4s 3s 3s 5s 3s 5s 5s 4s 5s

Years 2011-14 2013-16 2015-18 2010-13 2015-18 20162010-12 2011-13 2016-18 2010-12

Johnson C. Smith Surry CC Morris Morris Surry CC Va. U of L’burg Salem Piedmont Int’l Rockingham CC Lenoir CC

5s Piedmont Int’l

SP 449 341 230 355 264 235 200 351 198 209

A 1426 987.5 826.5 812.5 643 634 538 523 440.5 438

Years 2015-18 2017-18 2013-14 2011-13 2013-16 2016-17 2011-12 2010-12 2010-12 2014-15

SP 442 233 245 289 449 235 227 311 264 219

Digs 1444 1350 923 900 747 747 723 713 667 644

Rk. Name 1. Lucy Herrmann 2. Kaitlin Kuntz 3. Emily Kirchner 4. Kendall Watson 5. Shanna Stewart 6. Halle Franklin 7. Hailey Thrift 8. Tori Dublino 9. Kristen Hall 10. Kylie Marquardt

Years 2013-16 2011-12 2010-12 2017-18 2010-12 2015-18 2014-15 2011-13 2010-12 2013-14

SP 449 227 311 233 264 442 198 289 211 198

SA 148 143 108 103 99 93 83 82 76 70

Career Sets Played

Team Single Match Records Kills Total Attempts Fewest Errors Hitting Pct. Assists Service Aces Digs Block Solos Block Assists  

Years 2013-16 20162012-13 2011-14 2010-12 2016-17 2010-11 2015-18 2013-14 2011-12

Career Service Aces

Career Matches Played Rk. Name 1. Reanna Bray 2. Lucy Herrmann 3. Halle Franklin 4. Stephanie Harris 5. Tiy Gonzalez 6. Toniya Scott 7. Emily Kirchner 8. Tori Dublino 9. Keri Ketchie 10. Shanna Stewart

Rk. Name 1. Lucy Herrmann 2. Toniya Scott 3. Moriah Hughes 4. Reanna Bray 5. Shanna Stewart 6. Johmillet Berrios 7. Taylee Tellechea 8. Tiy Gonzalez 9. Kylie Marquardt 10. Lauren Cordts

MP 137 129 126 121 109 93 91 90 83 82

Rk. Name 1. Lucy Herrmann 2. Halle Franklin 3. Stephanie Harris 4. Reanna Bray 5. Tiy Gonzalez 6. Toniya Scott 7. Emily Kirchner 8. Tori Dublino 9. Keri Ketchie 10. Shanna Stewart

Years 2013-16 2015-18 2010-13 2011-14 2015-18 20162010-12 2011-13 2016-18 2010-12

SP 449 442 361 355 351 341 311 289 271 264

Individual Single Match Records 9/18/12 10/8/16 10/1/16 9/27/16 10/2/12 9/7/12 10/17/14 10/11/12 8/28/17 8/24/13 10/11/12

Kills Hitting Pct. Assists Service Aces Digs Total Blocks

23 4s .786 3s 51 5s 9 4s 42 5s 8 4s 8 3s 8 5s 8 5s 8 5s 8 5s

Moriah Hughes vs. Johnson C. Smith 9/18/12 Toniya Scott vs. Davidson County CC 10/19/17 Kaitlin Kuntz vs. Surry CC 10/2/12 Kendall Watson vs. Rockingham CC 9/30/17 Kendall Watson vs. Wake Tech 9/30/17 Toniya Scott vs. Rockingham CC 8/28/17 Toniya Scott vs. Rockingham CC 8/27/16 Lucy Herrmann vs. Davidson Cty CC 10/16/15 Jazmyne Williams vs. Lenoir CC 8/24/13 Lauren Cordts vs. Piedmont Int’l 10/11/12 Moriah Hughes vs. Piedmont Int’l 10/11/12


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