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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY WELCOME TO KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY Welcome to Kansas Wesleyan University. For nearly126 years, Kansas Wesleyan has provided its students with a faith-based, values-centered education in the arts, sciences, and professional studies areas characterized by excellence within a caring community.

2011 KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY FALL SPORTS PROGRAM THIS IS KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY

Welcome to Kansas Wesleyan University ..................................................................1 This is Coyote Athletics ....................................................................................................2 Be a Champion of Character ..........................................................................................3 A look at Kansas Wesleyan ..............................................................................................4 The President, Provost and VP of Athletics ...............................................................5 The KWU Athletic Department......................................................................................6 KWU Athletic Facilities ......................................................................................................9 Affiliated with the United Methodist About Salina, Kansas ...................................................................................................... 11 Church, we offer over 30 undergraduate The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) ............................................ 12 programs at the associate and The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) .......................... 13 baccalaureate levels, several special Meet the Media that cover the Coyotes.................................................................. 14 programs for adults who wish to finish KWU Media Policies ........................................................................................................ 15 their education, and the MBA degree. We are located in Salina, the 2011 Fall Sports Composite Schedule ..................................................................... 18 crossroads of Kansas, so our students are in an ideal location for internships, student teaching placements, volunteer activities, and off-campus jobs. There is also easy access to shopping, restaurants, theatres, parks, museums, FOOTBALL ....................................................................................21 2011 Football Numerical Roster................................................................................. 22 and cultural arts events. 2011 Football Picture Roster ....................................................................................... 23 The intercollegiate athletics program is an important part of the life of Head Coach Dave Dallas ............................................................................................... 29 many Kansas Wesleyan students. We are proud members of the National Football Assistant Coaches .......................................................................................... 30 Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Champions of Character All-Time Football Records............................................................................................. 32 program. Our teams compete through the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC), and that competition demands both focus and VOLLEYBALL ................................................................................33 commitment. The lessons our students learn through their participation 2011 Volleyball Numerical Roster .............................................................................. 34 in our athletic programs help develop those skills that will be needed 2011 Volleyball Picture Roster .................................................................................... 35 throughout life: goal setting, commitment to excellence, teamwork, Volleyball Coaching Staff .............................................................................................. 37 and communication. We have made a strong commitment to having All-Time Volleyball Records .......................................................................................... 39 the programs, services, and facilities needed to support a strong athletic program. WOMEN’S AND MEN’S SOCCER...................................................41 2011 Women’s Soccer Numerical Roster ................................................................. 42 In addition to our athletic program, our students can choose from a full 2011 Women’s Soccer Picture Roster ....................................................................... 43 range of student activities that appeal to a wide variety of interests. Just Soccer Coaching Staff .................................................................................................... 45 a few examples of student activities include vocal and instrumental music 2011 Men’s Soccer Numerical Roster ....................................................................... 48 groups, theatre, studio arts, debate and forensics, yearbook, newspaper, 2011 Men’s Soccer Picture Roster .............................................................................. 49 student government, ministry and fellowship groups, intramurals, and All-Time Soccer Records ................................................................................................ 51 numerous other special interest organizations. I am impressed by the number of our athletes who become actively involved in many of these CROSS COUNTRY .........................................................................53 other opportunities on campus. Cross Country Coaching Staff ..................................................................................... 54 2011 Cross Country Roster ........................................................................................... 54 At Kansas Wesleyan University, you can make a difference, and you can 2011 Cross County Picture Roster ............................................................................. 54 achieve things far beyond what you may have imagined possible. I invite you to take the time to walk around our beautiful campus and sense the COYOTE SPIRIT .............................................................................55 excitement of Kansas Wesleyan University. 2011 Cheer and Dance Rosters .................................................................................. 56 Go Coyotes! Fletcher M. Lamkin, Ph.D. President & CEO

Cheer and Dance Coaching Staff ............................................................................... 56 2011 Cheer Team Picture Roster ................................................................................ 57 2011 Dance Team Picture Roster ............................................................................... 58 Director of Bands William McMosley........................................................................ 59

The 2011 Fall Sports Program is an official publication of the Kansas Wesleyan University Athletic Department. Design and editing done by David Toelle, Sports Information Director. Photography by Max Iselin Photography and David Toelle. The guides are printed by Consolidated Printing, Salina, Kan. Cover designed by David Toelle and features the 2011 KWU Spirit Squad in front of the Student Activities Center.

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THIS IS COYOTE ATHLETICS Kansas Wesleyan University prides itself on being the best of the best. Over the last six years, the Coyotes have won 36 KCAC and NAIA Regional Championships, a mark unprecedented over that time span. In addition, KWU has had the best overall and inconference records in the conference for four of the last five years in the eight major team sports sponsored by the KCAC (football, volleyball, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball and softball). Over the last six years KWU boasts the best in-conference record in the eight major sports, tallying a 389-211-3 record in conference play, winning 65 percent of the time. The best season came in 2006-07 when KWU won 90 of the 119 conference contests it played. No other school has won more than 85 conference games in a single season over that same time period. It doesn’t stop there. The University has made strides in the last few years to upgrade its athletic facilities to some of the best at the small college level in the state of Kansas and in the entire region. In 2008, KWU opened the Student Activities Center that features Mabee Arena. Mabee is like no other facility in the area at this level, seating approximately 1500 and featuring some high tech, high quality features you will not find anywhere else. Complimenting the Arena is the Hauptli Student Center and the Everett Morgan Strength Training Center, along with the Brown Mezzanine, new Athletic Training facilities and coaches offices. KWU also recently announced plans to renovate the Martin Stadium area to revitalize that area of campus. In the last six years, Wesleyan has had over 400 All-KCAC selections, including 211 as First Team nods. 56 players have received individual conference honors and 21 times a KWU coach has been selected as a KCAC Coach of the Year in their respective sport. Wesleyan boasted 36 All-NAIA Region IV players over the last three years of regional play, and four times coaches were named Regional Coach of the Year. KWU has had 39 NAIA All-Americans in the last four seasons, including 12 in 2008-09. Two Wesleyan coaches have received honors at the national level, including Colby Hensley (AFCA-NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year, 2006) and Mike Dibbini (2007 NSCAA Great Plains Region Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year). In addition to our athletic program, our students can choose from a full range of student activities that appeal to a wide variety of interests.  Just a few examples of student activities include vocal and instrumental music groups, theatre, studio arts, debate and forensics, yearbook, newspaper, student government, ministry and fellowship groups, intramurals, and numerous other special interest organizations. These activities allow student-athletes become actively involved on campus outside of athletics.

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ATHLETIC SUCCESS SINCE 2005 36 Championships at the KCAC and NAIA levels 427 players named All-Conference 56 Individual Conference Awards 21 KCAC Coaches of the Year 36 NAIA All-Region Players 4 NAIA Regional Coaches of the Year 2 Coaches earned National Coaching Honors 1 Rawlings NAIA National Gold Glove Winner 45 NAIA All-Americans 810-605-18 Overall Record (.572 win pct.) 468-257-3 KCAC Record (.646 win pct.)

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY BE A CHAMPION OF CHARACTER W E L C O M E T O T O D AY ’ S G A M E Your ticket to today’s game is a privilege, a privilege to watch these young men and women perform in the arena of college athletics. As a member of the NAIA Champions of Character Initiative, we ask that you take a moment to reflect on your personal set of values and relate them to the five core character values of the Champions of Character Initiative: • Respect • Responsibility • Integrity • Sportsmanship • Servant Leadership All student-athletes at Kansas Wesleyan University take pride in their success not only on the athletic field and in the classroom, but in their personal lives as well. By adopting the principles of the five core character values into their everyday lives, student-athletes at Kansas Wesleyan have become pillars in the community and will use this knowledge to succeed in the workplace after graduation.

CORE CHARAC TER VALUES FOR FANS By: Bruce E. Brown, NAIA Champions of Character Presenter

RESPECT • •

Respect your team by supporting them in victory or defeat Respect the opposing team by honoring their effort as worthy opponents Respect the right of the coaches to coach Respect the effort of the game officials to remain impartial Respect those in authority working in game management

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RESPONSIBILITY • • •

Understand the rules of the game Understand and abide by the rules of the arena Read and understand the purpose of the athletic program and goals of competition and only enter the facility if you are able to abide by those expectations Stay in the stands before, during and after the game - the playing surface is for coaches, athletes and officials

INTEGRITY •

The Kansas Wesleyan University Athletic Department promotes positive fan behavior: be loud and enthusiastic in your support of your favorite Coyote team, but be respectful of the other spectators around you. The use of artificial noisemakers is prohibited in accordance with KCAC Conference guidelines. The physical or verbal abuse of any player, official or other fan is grounds for ejection from this event. Please cooperate in providing a wholesome, competitive atmosphere for tonight’s games. Kansas Wesleyan University reserves the right to remove ANYONE from the stands who refuses to comply with these rules.

Assume that officials are honest and attempting to be as fair as possible Understand and reflect the spirit of the game as well as the rules of the game Realize that you are not anonymous just because you are sitting in a crowd

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SPORTSMANSHIP • • • •

Thank you, and please enjoy today’s game. — The Kansas Wesleyan University Athletic Department

NAIA CHAMPIONS OF CHARACTER

Fans have no right to interact with an official at any time for any purpose Be willing to support outstanding plays regardless of who makes them Be aware of the people sitting around you - young children, families or the elderly Be an example of good sportsmanship

SERVANT LEADERSHIP • • •

Clean up after yourself Serve your team by being an encourager Support all the roles that allow the team to function and the game to be played

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Champions of Character program is designed to instill an understanding of character values in sport and provide practical tools for student-athletes, coaches and parents to use in modeling exemplary character traits. Launched by the NAIA in 2000, the Champions of Character program addresses character issues more comprehensively than any other national program for youth. The program currently reaches hundreds of thousands of students on nearly 300 college and university campuses in North America and extends into their surrounding communities. The NAIA Champions of Character program is an educational outreach initiative which emphasizes the tenets of character and integrity, not only for NAIA college students, but for younger students, coaches and parents in our communities. Coaches, parents, administrators and community partners all have a role in developing students of character. The NAIA Champions of Character program brings them training, guidelines and behavior models to create positive environments that promote personal growth and fun sport activity. For more information on the NAIA Champions of Character program, please visit the Official NAIA Champions of Character program website: http://www.championsofcharacter.org

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY W E L C O M E T O K A N S A S W E S L E YA N U N I V E R S I T Y, H O M E O F T H E C O Y O T E S

Kansas Wesleyan University is a faith-based institution located in Salina, Kansas. Founded in 1886, it maintains a covenant relationship with the United Methodist Church and is supported by the Kansas West Conference. The school’s accreditation was reaffirmed in 1997 by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 30 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 606022504, Website address: www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org. Telephone: (800) 621-7440 or (312) 263-0456, Fax: (312) 263-7462.

KANSAS WESLEYAN QUICK FACTS City / Zip ...............................................................Salina, Kan. 67401 Founded / Enrollment......................................................1886 / 825 Nickname ..................................................................................Coyotes School Colors .......................................................... Purple and Gold Affiliation .......................................NAIA (Division II in Basketball) Conference.....Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) President............................................................. Dr. Fletcher Lamkin

Kansas Wesleyan University provides an education program characterized by excellence within a caring community, rooted in the liberal arts tradition. The call of the University is to develop both intellect and character, to stimulate creativity and discovery, to nurture the whole person—body, mind, and spirit. Diversity is encouraged in curriculum, faculty, and students. Kansas Wesleyan University prepares students not only for careers and professions, but also for lifelong learning. The University equips its students for responsible leadership in their communities, for useful service in and to the world, and for stewardship of the Earth. Kansas Wesleyan University provides a setting in which faith and learning are integrated; encounter with the Christian proclamation is an integral part of the life of the University. The University fosters the lively discussion of faith and values, encouraging students to develop a thoughtful, personal world view informed by Christian tradition. Kansas Wesleyan University serves the church, community, and the world by providing a variety of resources for educational, cultural, and spiritual enrichment. The aim of the University is to discover, to build, and to share a higher quality of life and a broader vision of the world. The University is divided academically into six divisions and eighteen departments. Courses are offered for more than 30 undergraduate majors and one graduate program, the MBA. Salina is the seventh largest city in the state. It is at the hub of two major interstate highways and is serviced by regular airline transportation. The city is a major arts and cultural center for Kansas.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY FLETCHER M. LAMKIN, PH.D. PRESIDENT AND CEO President Fletcher M. Lamkin was selected in November 2009 by the Kansas Wesleyan University Board of Trustees as the 18th President of the University. President Lamkin began his presidency of Kansas Wesleyan in January, 2010. President Lamkin was selected from a pool of 67 candidates who sought the Kansas Wesleyan presidency. President Lamkin and his wife, Cindy, are no strangers to higher education. Fletcher Lamkin has more than 20 years of academic leadership, including seven years as a liberal arts college President; five years as Chief Academic Officer at West Point; eight years as a department head, program director, and faculty member at West Point; and one year as University Vice President for Institutional Advancement. In addition to his Bachelor’s degree from the U.S. Military Academy, Lamkin also received a Master of Science degree in Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley; a Master of Arts degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from Salve Regina College; and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Washington.

A. WAYNE LOWEN, PH.D. EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & PROVOST Dr. Lowen began his duties at Kansas Wesleyan University in July, 2010. He came to Kansas Wesleyan following a long career in higher education, most recently at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo., where he was Director of Planned Giving and CFO. Prior to Westminster, Lowen served as President of Florida Christian College. Before Florida Christian, Lowen had a 14 year career as faculty member and Academic Dean at Central Christian College in Moberly, Mo. Dr. Lowen has extensive teaching experience internationally, having taught leadership courses nearly every year since 1992 in Myanmar, as well as teaching in Cambodia, Thailand, China, Indonesia, India and the Philippines. Dr. Lowen earned his BA and MA from Cincinnati Christian University, and his Ph.D. in Higher and Adult Education from the University of Missouri. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Association for Biblical Higher Education, and on numerous accreditation teams for both ABHE and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Dr. Lowen has extensive community involvement in his background, having served as Deputy Mayor in Fulton, Mo., prior to his move to Kansas. He has been president of two Rotary clubs, and served as Assistant Governor of Rotary District 6080. Immediately before joining KWU, Dr. Lowen traveled to Kibungo, Rwanda, to visit a new women and children’s clinic. Dr. Lowen was chair of the fundraising committee that provided $100,000 to construct the clinic. At Kansas Wesleyan, Dr. Lowen helped develop the Liberian Project, which was assembled of students, staff and faculty, to provide financial resources to individuals affected by the civil war in Liberia. Dr. Lowen, along with Dr. Dave Kraemer, worked directly with the Liberian Widows Initiative to conduct many fundraising efforts on campus and in the Salina community that raised over $10,000 that went directly to the construction of a school/community building and training for individuals in Liberia.

WILLIAM P. “BUCK” TANNER VICE PRESIDENT OF ADMISSIONS & ATHLETICS, AND GENERAL COUNSEL

President Lamkin addresses the coaches and media present at the 2011 KCAC Football Media Day at the Salina Country Club on August 3

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Buck Tanner serves as Vice President for Admissions and Athletics, and General Counsel. He oversees University admissions and athletic department areas, and serves as the University’s general counsel. Tanner has practiced law full-time for many years as a partner in two major California law firms, and he remains an active member of the California Bar Association. Tanner also served as an officer in the U.S. Army, including assignments as an adviser to the South Vietnamese Army and later with the Department of Defense Special Intelligence Command. Tanner received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Kansas.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DAVE DALLAS Dave Dallas has been at Kansas Wesleyan since 1997 when he was hired by former athletic director Jerry Jones to be the University’s football coach. In 14 years of coaching at Kansas Wesleyan, Dallas has amassed a 79-61 record, and won KCAC Championships in 2001 and 2002. While at Wesleyan, Dallas has coached six NAIA AllAmericans, nearly 200 All-KCAC players in 14 seasons. Dallas also stresses excellence in the classroom, coaching nearly 30 NAIA Scholar Athletes over that same timespan. “I am excited about the opportunity to serve Kansas Wesleyan in this capacity,” Dallas said. “Kansas Wesleyan has great group of coaches in place and I think that will help make the transition easier for us all. I am looking forward to working with them and providing leadership within department.” Before Wesleyan, Dallas served as head football coach at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kan., where he led the Braves to a 38-39-1 record in eight seasons. Dallas’ overall record as a football coach, the longest continuously tenured coach in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC), is 117-100-1. Dallas earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Missouri Western State University, where he played and then served as a graduate assistant for two years before serving as an assistant at Truman State University in 1985. After taking a year off from the collegiate ranks to coach at Rolla (Mo.) High School, Dallas returned to college coaching, serving as defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Graceland University (Iowa) for two years before taking the head coaching position at Ottawa University. Dallas has been active within the American Football Coaches’ Association, serving on the AFCA-NAIA board and has served as president of the AFCANAIA. He has also served as a rater for the NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll as well as other responsibilities at the national level.

ASSOCIAT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ASSOCIATE SARAH LONG

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR ECTOR DAVID TOELLE

Sarah Lo Long has been the Associate Athletic David Toelle has been Sports Information formation Director at Kansas Wesleyan University since Director at Kansas Wesleyan since 2001. 001. August of 2011. A native of Reading, Kan., Toelle e Long joins j the Kansas Wesleyan Athletic came to Kansas Wesleyan in the Department Dep after most recently serving fall of 1996 after graduating from as a a brand manager for Lamplight Northern Heights High School in Farms in Menomonee Falls, Wisc. Allen, Kan. She worked exclusively with the development and marketing of the TIKI brand. Toelle earned his first degree from Kansas Wesleyan, a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems in December, 2001, but realizing Before Lamplight Farms, she was a marketing specialist for SPI Lighting that a career in athletics was where he felt most comfortable, he turned in Mequon, Wisc. Before SPI Lighting, she served in various capacities for his attention to earning a second degree from KWU, this time a Bachelor LoAnn’s Marketing, Inc., in Wauwatosa, Wisc. of Arts degree in Sports Management, completed in the spring of 2008, and continues to work towards completion of a Master of Business Long has also served as head varsity girl’s volleyball coach at Wauwatosa Administration with Sport Management emphasis degree. West HS for two seasons after previously serving as freshman coach at WWHS. She was also head coach for the Milwaukee Rally Club Volleyball Now in his eleventh year as sports information director his duties as team for one season. While at WWHS, she led them to consecutive encompass a wide spectrum by working closely with the local media in conference and regional championships and was responsible for coaching coverage of KWU athletic events. He ensures that results are accurately six all-conference, four all-region, one second team all-stater and a reported and historical records are maintained, management of the conference MVP. athletics website which Toelle helped develop and launch in 2010, produces media guides, game day programs as well as recording statistics Prior to moving to the Milwaukee area, Long was the junior varsity head at games, public address announcing at games, production of award coach and assistant varsity coach for Trinity High School in Dickinson, N.D. posters and presentations, writing press releases, taking photos and for two seasons during which time the team earned district and regional several other tasks too numerous to mention. championships and had a fifth place finish at the state championships. She also assisted with the Trinity HS track team where she was varsity jumps In addition to his work with the university, Toelle utilizes his skills to and relay coach in 2006 and was the junior high track coach in 2005. provide services for community. Since 2002, he has served on the Salina Bicentennial Center and the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce’s Basketball Long played four seasons of volleyball and basketball at Dickinson Task Force as the head statistician and statistical staff coordinator for the State (N.D.) and one season of track and field, where she participated in basketball tournaments held in March at the Bicentennial Center. five national tournaments and was a seven-time NAIA Scholar Athlete. Long holds dual Bachelor Degrees from Dickinson State in Business Toelle has also served as conference statistician for the KCAC since 2005 Management - Marketing and Computer Science. and has served as tournament statistician for the conference in soccer, basketball, baseball and softball. Toelle resides in Salina with his wife Jennifer and children Trae and Tenille.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER ERIC GILLBERG Eric Gillberg is in his fifth year as an Athletic Trainer at Kansas Wesleyan University and his first as Head Athletic Trainer for the Coyotes. Gillberg came to KWU after spending two years as Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Bethel College in North Newton. Gillberg completed his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training and Movement Science from Texas Christian University in 2004. He then completed his Master of Education degree in Sports Administration at Wichita State University in 2006. Gillberg, a Salina native, is a 2000 graduate of Salina Central High School. He, his wife Regina, daughter, Raeann, and son, Evan, reside in Salina.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER KATIE PIERCE 2009 marked the first season for Katie Pierce as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Kansas Wesleyan University. Pierce came to KWU after completing her Master of Science degree in Athletic Training from East Stroudsburg University (Pa.) in 2009. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Athletic Training from the University of Kansas in 2008. While at KU as a student trainer, Pierce worked with several different athletic programs for the Jayhawks, as well as working at Lawrence High School. While at East Stroudsburg, she assisted with athletic training duties at Warren Hills Regional Middle and High Schools in Washington, N.J., and at Phillipsburg High School in Phillipsburg, N.J. She also volunteered her time for several events, including the Special Olympics and the Pennsylvania Flag Football Tournament in East Stroudsburg in 2008; and the Northern PA Athletic Training 5K Run in Scranton, Pa., in 2009. Pierce is a native of Olathe, Kan., where she graduated from Olathe South High School in 2004, and is the daughter of Terry and Jean Pierce.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER KATIE CUMMINGS Katie Cummings became an assistant athletic trainer at Kansas Wesleyan in the summer of 2011. iner The native of Minneapolis, Kan., is no stranger to Kansas Wesleyan athletics as she spent two years as a student athletic trainer for the Coyotes from 2008 to 2010. She spent two years before that at Cloud County CC in Concordia after graduating from m Minneapolis High School in 2006. Before coming to Kansas Wesleyan, Katie served as the assistant athletic trainer at Bethany College during the spring of 2011. She is the daughter of Jay and Debbie Cummings of Minneapolis.

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE TOR WYNN

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT PATTY COLAHAN

Tor Wynn has taught Sociology at Kansas Wesleyan University since 2005, and the 2010-11 academic year is his first as Faculty Athletic Representative.

Patty Colahan begins her third year as Administrative Assistant for the KWU Athletic Department.

Dr. Wynn earned his B.A. at Oakland Universityy in Michigan, and earned both his M.A. and PhD D in Sociology from the University of Iowa. Before coming to KWU, Dr. Wynn taught at the University of Iowa, Coe College, and Wichita State University. Dr. Wynn lives in Wichita with his wife, Maryann and their three children.

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Colahan previously served as Campus Visit Coordinator for the KWU Admissions Department ment before moving over to Athletics. She is a native of Salina, and a graduate of Salina alina South High School, but has also lived in eight ght other states. Patty and her husband, Dan, live in Salina. Patty has one son, KC, and a stepdaughter, Hollie and a stepson, Patrick.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC STAFF (HEAD COACHES AND ADMINISTRATION)

Dave Almeida Cheer / Dance

Fred Aubuchon Volleyball

Brent Bailey Cross Country / Track

Mark Carvalho Baseball

Patty Colahan Admin Asst to AD

Katie Cummings Athletic Trainer

Dave Dallas Football/Athletic Director

Mike Dibbini Soccer

Chris Fear Men’s Basketball

Eric Gillberg Head Athletic Trainer

Daryl Hoelting Softball

Sarah Long Associate Athletic Director

Brent Mooney Tennis

Rob Ozga Golf

Katie Pierce Athletic Trainer

Gordon Reimer Women’s Basketball

Buck Tanner VP of Admissions & Athletics, and General Counsel

Davd Toelle Sports Information

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY 785.827.5541 plus ext. below ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT STAFF

Tor Wynn Faculty Athletic Rep.

VP of Athletics & Admissions, and General Counsel ................... Athletic Director....................................................................................... Associate Athletic Director................................................................... Administrative Assistant ...................................................................... Sports Information Director ............................................................... Faculty Athletic Representative ......................................................... Head Athletic Trainer.............................................................................. Athletic Trainer ......................................................................................... Athletic Trainer .........................................................................................

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Buck Tanner .................... 1293 ....................buck.tanner@kwu.edu Dave Dallas .................... 3172 .................................dallas@kwu.edu Sarah Long ...................... 3105 ....................... sarah.long@kwu.edu Patty Colahan ................. 3100 ......................... pcolahan@kwu.edu David Toelle .................... 3146 ........................sportsinfo@kwu.edu Tor Wynn .......................... 2124 ............................... twynn@kwu.edu Eric Gillberg..................... 3193 .................... eric.gillberg@kwu.edu Katie Pierce .................... 3192 .....................katie.pierce@kwu.edu Katie Cummings............ 3192 ............ katie.cummings@kwu.edu

HEAD COACH DIRECTORY Baseball ...................................................................................................... Men’s Basketball....................................................................................... Women’s Basketball ................................................................................ Cheer and Dance .................................................................................... Cross Country / Track ............................................................................. Football ....................................................................................................... Golf ............................................................................................................... Men’s and Women’s Soccer .................................................................. Softball ........................................................................................................ Men’s and Women’s Tennis................................................................... Volleyball ....................................................................................................

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Mark Carvalho ............... 3124 ....................................carv@kwu.edu Chris Fear .........................3134 .......................... chris.fear@kwu.edu Gordon Reimer .............. 3120 ............................ greimer@kwu.edu David Almeida ............... 3230 ................david.almeida@kwu.edu Brent Bailey ..................... 1166 .................... brent.bailey@kwu.edu Dave Dallas ..................... 3172 .................................dallas@kwu.edu Rob Ozga ......................... 2134 ............................ rob.golf@kwu.edu Mike Dibbini ................... 2111 ..............................dibbini@kwu.edu Daryl Hoelting................ 3148 ................ daryl.hoelting@kwu.edu Brent Mooney ................ 3130 ................brent.mooney@kwu.edu Fred Aubuchon.............. 3122 ...............fred.aubuchon@kwu.edu

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC FACILITIES The KWU STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER opened in Fall 2008, giving Kansas Wesleyan one of the finest small college athletic facilities in the state. It features Mabee Arena, which seats nearly 1,500, the Hauptli Student Center, with concession stands and gathering areas, new coaches offices, new athletic training rooms, the Everett Morgan Strength Training Center which features new fitness center and weight room facilities, revamped locker room space, new classrooms and several other amenities. The goal of the SAC is to bring several student services that are spread out around campus into one centralized location, giving the campus a stronger sense of community within itself.

The fitness center features all-new equipment from Life Fitness, including circuit training stations, exercise bikes and treadmills. People working out in the fitness center are able to watch their favorite shows while working out on the flat-panel televisions that are spread around the room. The weight room features all new equipment designed specifically for student-athlete use from Hammer Strength.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC FACILITIES

MUIR GYMNASIUM was the former home of Kansas Wesleyan Basketball and Volleyball. Opened in 1981, Muir was the last new facility to be constructed on the KWU Campus prior to the construction of the new Student Activities Center. Muir Gym features a capacity of nearly 800 and provided a high quality small college atmosphere for all athletic contests. Muir Gym is still being used as a practice gym and host to community events.

GENE BISSELL FIELD AT MARTIN STADIUM will be the site of all JV Football games in 2010. Sacred Heart High School also plays its football games at Martin Stadium. The stadium complex, built in the early 1940s as a Public Works project, is the oldest athletic facility in use by the Coyotes today. Over the years, Martin Stadium has been the site of many classic Kansas Wesleyan football games, and it hosted the 2000 American Family Insurance Charity Bowl between the Coyotes and archrival Bethany College. The field at Martin Stadium is named Bissell Field in honor of Gene Bissell. “Mr. Wesleyan” coached Coyote football for 26 years and served the athletic department in various capacities, including athletic director until his retirement in the early 1980s. Bissell is KWU’s alltime wins leader in football with 116 career victories.

The BRADLEY TENNIS COURTS are located just to the north of the Martin Stadium Fieldhouse on the corner of Osborne and Claflin Avenues.

SALINA STADIUM is the home for Kansas Wesleyan Football and Soccer matches this year. The stadium seats nearly 7,000 and is complete with synthetic turf that was installed in 2005, a new scoreboard in 2007, an accommodating press box, adjacent parking, locker facilities, and more.

DEAN EVANS STADIUM is Salina’s premier baseball facility and is the home field for Kansas Wesleyan Baseball. Dean Evans features a covered stadium with seating for 800 and adjacent practice fields.

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BILL BURKE PARK SOFTBALL COMPLEX is home to Kansas Wesleyan Softball. The park features five soccer fields and seven lighted fields. The park also features walking/biking trails, fishing and picnic areas.

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Salina…a blend of ‘big city’ amenities and relaxed ‘small city’ charm. Located in America’s heartland at the crossroads of I-70 and I-135, Salina is right in the center of it all. Whether you are planning a business trip, are attending a conference, need some ‘down time’ with your sweetheart, a fun girlfriend getaway, or quality family time, Salina is the place to stop! Select comfortable accommodations from a wide array of hotels, motels, inns and campgrounds, all specializing in the warmest welcomes you’ll find away from home. More than 25 lodging facilities provide nearly 2,000 room accommodations, and our diverse meeting facilities can seat from 10 to 7,000. Salina is home to excellent cuisine served by 80+ dining establishments. Unique attractions include a world-class zoo and wildlife museum, vineyard and winery, art galleries, historical museums, theatres, recreation and fun centers. Your taste buds will approve too! Salina has something for every palette, from favorite national brands to unique hometown traditions like the Cozy Inn burgers by the sack. Start summer off with a splash at the newest outdoor aquatics park in Kansas…Salina’s Kenwood Cove! Don’t miss the fine art, crafts, food and fun at THE arts celebration of the Midwest, the Smoky Hill River Festival, held every June. Spend a ‘kool’ weekend checkin’ out hundreds of hotrods at the KKOA Leadsled Spectacular car show in July at Oakdale Park. From theatre productions to concerts and movies, entertainment abounds at Salina Bicentennial Center, Salina Community Theatre and the historic Stiefel Theatre. Discover rich Kansas heritage at our Yesteryear Museum and the nationally accredited Smoky Hill Museum. Feed your cultural senses through films and exhibitions presented by Salina Art Center. Relax and enjoy a taste on the veranda of Smoky Hill Vineyards and Winery. Enjoy THE family experience all year long at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure Zoo and Museum! Shopping opportunities are abundant at specialty shops, centers and an indoor mall. Whether you are familiar with Salina, or are first discovering our community, you’ll be impressed with this city’s service, facilities and especially the people. On behalf of the nearly 50,000 people that call this community home, you’re invited to visit Salina! Overall, Salina is currently home to more than 16 baseball and softball fields, 12 soccer fields, three 18-hole golf courses and two 9-hole golf courses, an outdoor aquatics center, three spray parks, three football facilities, two track and field sites, numerous tennis courts, fishing lake, playgrounds, skateboard area, roller skate center, bowling center, picnic areas and shelters, and more than 700 acres in the parks system. In 2008, Kansas Wesleyan University completed a 1500 seat gymnasium arena and activity center, and K-State at Salina opened a 32,000 square foot Student Life Center complete with gymnasium, indoor track. Sporting events held in Salina include the NJCAA Women’s National Basketball Championship, Kansas Grand Slam Invitational Baseball Tournament, State High School Championships for Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Football, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball, and Wrestling; Salina Soccer Club Academies, ASA Youth Fast-Pitch and Adult Slow Pitch Tournaments, Triple Crown Sports Youth Baseball, Hap Dumont Youth Baseball, Sports Car Club of America races, gymnastics competitions, and more. For lots of ideas…click www.VisitSalina.org.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY THE KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (KCAC) The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference, commonly called “The Kansas Conference,” is a prominent intercollegiate athletics conference comprised of ten outstanding independent or private institutions of higher education in the state. The origins of the KCAC are traced to February 15, 1890, when the Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Association became the result of the first successful attempt at organization among Kansas colleges, “to promote and regulate amateur intercollegiate athletics.” At that time the association or conference included not only private universities and colleges but also Kansas Agriculture College (now KSU), Kansas University, and Washburn University. Football seems to have been the major sponsored sport, and Baker University won the championship for the first three or four years. In about 1902 this early association became allied with the Kansas College Athletic Conference, a group which was the first to adopt a definite set of rules and regulations. It also promoted an annual track and field meet which has continued yearly since, except for World War years. Basketball has been sponsored since 1904. Football was revived in 1907. Tennis began as early as 1912. Golf was added in 1923. By this time the name of the conference had been altered to the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference; it had grown to 17 college members and two allied members: Baker, Bethany, Bethel, College of Emporia, Fairmount (now WSU), Friends, Kansas Wesleyan, KSTC of Emporia (now ESU), KSTC of Hays (now FHSU), KSTC of Pittsburg (now PSU), McPherson, Ottawa, St.Benedict’s (now Benedictine), St.Mary’s, Sterling (formerly Cooper), Southwestern, and Washburn, and with St.John’s and Kansas City University (Kansas) as allied members. Kansas University and Kansas Aggies had dropped out earlier to join other conferences. In 1923 the College of Emporia, KSTC of Emporia, KSTC of Hays, KSTC of Pittsburg, Wichita (formerly Fairmount), Southwestern, and Washburn withdrew to form the Central Conference. The present legal entity comes from a reorganization of the conference when the predecessor Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference formally disbanded on December 1, 1928, and a new conference was formed which again was called the Kansas College Athletic Conference. The members were Baker, Bethany, Kansas Wesleyan, McPherson, Ottawa, and St.Mary’s colleges. At that time sportswriters quickly gave the KCAC league a nickname: the “Little Six,” in contrast to the Big Six (which became Big Eight, now Big 12) which also was organized in 1928. St.Mary’s College was discontinued in 1931. The College of Emporia returned to the fold in 1933, and Bethel was readmitted in 1939. Friends, a former member of the KIAC, was admitted in 1953. Sterling and Southwestern were approved for membership in 1958. In 1968 Tabor College and St. Mary of the Plains College were admitted to make twelve members in the conference, and the conference was organized into Southern and Northern divisions until 1970 — when Baker, College of Emporia, and Ottawa withdrew to join two separate Missouri-based conferences. In the mid-1970s the formal name was changed again to Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. In 1975 women’s intercollegiate athletics were incorporated into programs of the KCAC. Ottawa was readmitted in 1981, bringing the conference membership to 10. In 1992 St.Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City left the conference and eventually closed. In 1999, Saint Mary College (now University of Saint Mary) joined to return the KCAC membership to ten institutions. The “Kansas Conference” (KCAC) continues to be an all-Kansas conference. The KCAC is an affiliated conference of the National Association of intercollegiate Athletics with headquarters in Kansas City, Mo.. Today the KCAC sponsors conference intercollegiate athletics in football, volleyball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s indoor track and field, women’s indoor track and field, men’s outdoor track and field, women’s outdoor track and field, baseball, softball, golf, women’s tennis, men’s tennis.

2010-11 KCAC SPORTS CHAMPIONS

Each year, the Kansas Conference names 24 conference champions. The KCAC is a widely respected conference which governs intercollegiate athletics in cooperation with the NAIA. Here are the conference champions for 2010-11 Men’s Soccer Season .........................................................Kansas Wesleyan Saint Mary Spires Men’s Soccer Tournament ..............................................Kansas Wesleyan Leavenworth Women’s Soccer Season ..................................................................... Ottawa Women’s Soccer Tournament .......................................Kansas Wesleyan Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes Salina Volleyball Season.................................................................................. Friends Volleyball Tournament ....................................................................... Friends Football.............................................................................................. McPherson Bethany Swedes Women’s Cross Country ..................................................Kansas Wesleyan Men’s Cross Country ...............................................................Southwestern Tabor Bluejays Lindsborg Men’s Basketball Season .................................................................. Sterling Hillsboro Men’s Basketball Tournament........................................................ Sterling McPherson Bulldogs Women’s Basketball Season ........................Sterling/Kansas Wesleyan McPherson Women’s Basketball Tournament...............................Kansas Wesleyan Baseball Season ..................................................................Kansas Wesleyan Bethel Threshers Baseball Tournament .......................................................Kansas Wesleyan Sterling Warriors Softball Season ....................................................................Ottawa/Bethany North Newton Sterling Softball Tournament ........................................................................... Ottawa Ottawa Braves Men’s Track and Field .............................................................Southwestern Ottawa Friends Falcons Women’s Track and Field ................................................................... Friends Wichita Men’s Golf ....................................................................................Southwestern Men’s Tennis Season .......................................................................... Bethany Men’s Tennis Tournament ............................................................... Bethany Southwestern Women’s Tennis Season ......................................................................Bethel Moundbuilders Winfield Women’s Tennis Tournament.............................................................Bethel

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS (NAIA) A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NAIA 1937 | Dr. James Naismith and local leaders form National College Basketball Tournament staged at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo. 1938 | Basketball tournament expands to 32 teams 1940 | National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball (NAIB) formed; first convention held 1948 | John Wooden’s Indiana State team brings first African-American student-athlete to the NAIB tournament 1952 | NAIB adopts new moniker – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) - and introduces men’s championships in golf, tennis and outdoor track and field 1953 | NAIA becomes first collegiate association to invite historically black institutions into membership 1957 | Tennessee State becomes the first historically black institution to win a collegiate basketball national championship 1980 | NAIA becomes first collegiate athletics association to sponsor both men’s and women’s championships by adding women’s basketball, cross country, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, softball, swimming and diving, tennis and volleyball championships 1986 | NAIA Council of Presidents moves from advisory to governance role 1988 | Strict academic eligibility standards for all participating student-athletes adopted

The purpose of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is to promote the education and development of students through intercollegiate athletic participation. Member institutions, although varied and diverse, share a common commitment to high standards and to the principle that participation in athletics serves as an integral part of the total educational process. The NAIA embraces the concept of the student and recognizes the importance of the individuality of each member institution, the value of the conferences and Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) structure, and the benefits of membership in a national association.

NAIA AT A GLANCE

The NAIA supports gender equity. Gender equity is an atmosphere and reality where fair distribution of overall athletic opportunity and resources, proportionate to enrollment, are available to women and men, and where no student-athlete, coach or athletics administrator is discriminated against in any way in the athletics program. That is to say, an athletics program is gender-equitable when the men’s sports program would be pleased to accept as its own the overall participation opportunities and resources currently allocated to the women’s sports program and vice versa.

• Nearly 300 member colleges and universities

The NAIA has 50,000 student-athletes participating at nearly 300 member colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. Divided into 25 conferences and the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.), the NAIA offers 23 championships in 13 sports.

• First to include women in national championships

• 23 national championships • 650,000 students • First to include black colleges and students in championships

• First to develop system-wide character initiative with substantive programming

Since 1937, the NAIA has continued a long tradition of pushing the envelope and making a positive difference in the lives of students, coaches and parents. The Champions of Character program is the latest cutting-edge addition to the NAIA’s proud history of innovation. Through Champions of Character, the NAIA seeks to create an environment in which every student-athlete, coach, official and spectator are committed to the true spirit of competition through the five core values: respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership and sportsmanship.

2000 | NAIA introduces Champions of Character initiative along with its new brand emphasizing character development among NAIA studentathletes 2001 | NAIA headquarters returns to metro Kansas City in partnership with the City of Olathe, Kan. 2007 | NAIA opens new headquarters in downtown Kansas City, Mo.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEET THE MEDIA COVERING COYOTE ATHLETICS BOB DAVIDSON SPORTS EDITOR, SALINA JOURNAL Bob Davidson has been the Sports editor at the Salina Journal for the past 13 years. Before coming to the Journal, he was sports editor at the Hutchinson News for seven years. He also has worked for newspapers in Leavenworth, Hays, Kansas City, Vicksburg, Miss., and Clarksville, Tenn. Bob was born and raised in Parsons, Kan. He graduated from Wichita State in 1978.

MIKE HAMMETT SPORTS DIRECTOR, SALINA MEDIA GROUP Mike Hammett has been the sports director at Salina Media Group since the summer of 2011. 2011 will be his first year of broadcasting Kansas Wesleyan Athletics for SMG. Mike most recently worked for Eagle Radio of Hays for three years from 2008-2011, where he was the radio voice of Thomas More Prep-Marian High School, the Hays Larks summer college baseball team, and was the sideline reporter for Fort Hays State University football broadcasts. He also was the recipient of the 2011 Oscar Stauffer Sportscaster Award, presented by the Kansas State High School Activities Association and the Kansas Association of Broadcasters for outstanding coverage of high school athletics. A Marysville, Kan. native, Hammett graduated from Marysville High School in 2004, and is a 2008 graduate of Fort Hays State University.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011-12 KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEDIA INFORMATION AND MEDIA POLICIES Thank you for your interest in Kansas Wesleyan Athletics. The KWU Sports Information office has provided this information to assist in enjoying Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics. Please feel free to contact any member of the staff with questions, requests or concerns. We look forward to working with you throughout the year. There is limited working space in the press box at Salina Stadium and on press row at Mabee Arena. Media who plan on covering Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics should contact the KWU Sports Information office in advance to reserve a spot. The Sports Information office will make every effort to accommodate all media. The Sports Information office can be reached at 785.827.5541, ext. 3146, or by email at sportsinfo@kwu.edu. Priority will be given to professional, primary media covering Kansas Wesleyan and the current game opponent, and any national or regional media outlets in the following order: 1. Professional and/or primary media covering Kansas Wesleyan; 2. Professional and/or primary media covering current game opponent; 3. National or regional professional media covering the game; 4. Professional media covering the game not affiliated with KWU or the opponent; 5. Student run media outlets, such as student radio stations or newspapers – unless they are serving as the official primary coverage for KWU or the current game opponent. Visiting radio broadcast teams should notify the Sports Information office as far in advance of the game as possible so that space can be reserved for them in the press box or on press row. This includes school-run radio stations, as well as professional radio crews. Priority for available space is listed above and in the Media Credential Policy on the following page. For football games, visiting radio and media can set up directly to the right of the sound system control box in the press box at Salina Stadium. For contests in Mabee Arena, visiting radio and media will have space available on the west end of press row near the visitor bench.

SPORTS INFORMATION

Please feel free to contact the Sports Information office if additional information is requested.

GAME DAY INFORMATION FOR MEDIA MEDIA & PHOTO CREDENTIALS Media Credentials for KWU home contests are issued for working media only and must be requested through the sports information office, preferably in advance. Credentials for media regularly covering the Coyotes will be issued at the beginning of the season. Other credential requests will be handled on a game-by-game basis and a formal request must be issued to the KWU Sports Information office. Kansas Wesleyan reserves the right to decline any credential request. Photographers are required to abide by the guidelines set forth by the NCAA and NAIA on shooting limitations from the sidelines. Those not complying with the guidelines may be removed. The Sports Information office should receive all credential requests no later than five days prior to the game. All requests should be emailed to the SID Office. Media passes may be picked up at the entrance gate along the west side of the stadium. All credentials are non-transferable and are issued based on the Kansas Wesleyan Athletics Credential Policy.

MEDIA SERVICES Any request for information must be made no later than one hour before the start of the game and will be available 30 minutes prior to the start. Media requests for information received later than those specified times may not receive the requested information before the start of the game. Packets including statistics, pregame notes and programs will be available for media on Press Row prior to the game. A final post-game statistical report will be available shortly following the completion of the game. Final statistics will be e-mailed via KWU’s broadcast system following the conclusion of the game. If you wish to be included on this e-mail distribution, please contact the KWU Sports Information office. In-game questions or concerns can be addressed on press row by Sports Information Director David Toelle.

TELEPHONES AND INTERNET

Kansas Wesleyan University David Toelle Sports Information Director 100 East Claflin, Campus Box 55 Salina, KS 67401-6196 Office: 785.827.5541 ext. 3146 FAX: 785.827.0927 Cell Phone: 785.643.0913 Email: sportsinfo@kwu.edu Website: www.kwucoyotes.com

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Scott Crawford, Commissioner 3460 N. Ridge Road, Suite 50 Wichita, KS 67205 Phone: 316.425.3460 Email: scott.crawford@kcacsports.com Website: www.kcacsports.com

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Chad Waller 1200 Grand Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64106 Phone: 816.595.8000 FAX: 816.595.8200 Email: cwaller@naia.org Website: www.naia.org

There are available phone lines and internet jacks available at Mabee Arena and Salina Stadium. Media members will need to bring up to 50-feet of line in order to connect to either phone or internet jacks. There are a limited number of connections. Phone line priority will be given to primary professional radio outlets. Media inquiring about phone lines and Internet should contact the KWU Sports Information office.

PLAYER AND COACH INTERVIEWS Pre-game interviews with KWU players and coaches MUST BE coordinated through the KWU Sports Information office. If media members wish to have a weekly interview with a coach, and players, the Sports Information office must be contacted in advance, so that the SID knows the interviews are taking place. (continued on the next page...)

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2011-12 KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEDIA INFORMATION AND MEDIA POLICIES COACH AVAILABILITY

RADIO / BROADCAST MEDIA

Head coaches and other assistant coaches are available for interviews. Please contact SID David Toelle to schedule an interview with a member of the coaching staff. The SID staff will then arrange contact details with the requesting media outlet and the coaching staff.

PLAYER AVAILABILITY All player interviews MUST be arranged through the SID office. To arrange an interview, please call David Toelle at least one day in advance. Players will not be available for game-day interviews until post-game.

LIVE STATS WEBCASTS Again this season, Kansas Wesleyan will provide live stats webcasts for all homes and select road games. Go to www.kwucoyotes.com and click on the LIVE STATS link on the right side of the page for links.

LISTEN TO THE COYOTES ON AIR AND ONLINE Salina Media Group will be the voice of Coyote Athletics again this season. Broadcasts will be on Classic Hits 104.9 (KSAL-FM) and will also be broadcast online through the Salina Media Group website: www. ksallink.com.

OFFICIAL RELEASES FROM KWU SPORTS INFORMATION Official media releases will be sent out from the KWU Sports Information Office to all media on an email broadcast list. If you have already been receiving releases from the KWU Sports Information Office, then you are included on the list. If you have not, and wish to be included, please contact the KWU Sports Information Office. All releases will also be posted on the official website of Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics -- www.kwucoyotes.com

‘K-DUB’ AND “COY-OTES” In editorial references to Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics, it has recently become acceptable to use “K-DUB” to reference Coyote athletic teams. Print outlets wishing to use “K-DUB” are asked to use “KDUB”, not “K-Dub”, “KDub”, “Kdub”, “KDUB”, or any other variation of “K-DUB”. Other acceptable references to Coyote Athletics include: “KWU”, “Wesleyan”, “KW” and “Kansas Wesleyan”. Broadcast outlets are also asked to refer to KWU as “Coy-otes”, not “Coy-o-tes”.

KWU ATHLETICS LOGO POLICY The official Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics logo is the “Power ‘Yote” (shown to the left). It is the identifying symbol for all Coyote athletic teams. Media wishing to obtain an electronic copy of the logo must contact the Sports Information Office to make arrangements for use of the logo.

KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEDIA CREDENTIAL POLICY Credentials and working space for media members are issued at the sole and exclusive discretion of the Kansas Wesleyan Sports Information Office, based on the following priorities and guidelines: 1. Media outlets identified as official broadcast and print media partners of Kansas Wesleyan University 2. Other newspapers regularly covering Kansas Wesleyan, the current game opponent or another KCAC school. Wire services, regional and national publications are also afforded this priority. 3. Other media outlets who wish to produce reports on the game. Other radio stations conducting a regular sports show receive consideration for credentials. 4. Official Kansas Wesleyan student publications or student electronic media outlets covering the game. 5. Officially recognized student publications and electronic media outlets covering the current game opponent With the exception of media covering Kansas Wesleyan daily, all passes are issued on a game-by-game basis with consideration of available working space. Passes are non-transferable and are subject to immediate revocation if transferred to non-working media members. Credentials are issued to web sites that are affiliated with web sites for national or regional news media organizations, e.g. USA Today Online, ESPN.com, SI.com, CBSportsLine.com, etc., for institutions that are conference members and non-conference opponents, and for the KCAC. Kansas Wesleyan University reserves the right to deny media credentials to any individual who is not affiliated with a recognized news-gathering organization.

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Salina Media Group Mike Hammett, Sports Director Phone: 785.823.1111 FAX: 785.823.2034 Email: mike.hammett@salinamediagroup.com Website: www.ksallink.com Rocking M Radio James Westling, Operations Manager Phone: 785.827.2100 FAX: 785.827.3503 Email: jwestling@rockingmradio.com Website: www.rockingmradio.com KSNW-TV Channel 3 Sports Department Jamison Coyle, Sports Director Phone: 316.292.1111 FAX: 316.292.1195 Email: jcoyle@ksn.com or scores@ksn.com Website: www.ksn.com KAKE-TV Channel 10 Sports Department Phone: 316.943.4221 FAX: 316.943.5374 Email: sports@kake.com Website: www.kake.com KWCH-TV, Channel 12 Sports Department Bruce Haertl, Sports Director FAX: 316.831.6180 Email: sports@kwch.com Website: www.kwch.com

PRINT MEDIA Salina Journal Bob Davidson, Sports Editor Phone: 785.822.1404 FAX: 785.827.6060 Email: bdavidson@salina.com Website: www.salina.com Wichita Eagle Kirk Seminoff, Sports Editor Phone: 316.268.6278 FAX: 316.268.6536 Email: kseminoff@wichitaeagle.com Website: www.kansas.com Associated Press Kansas City Bureau FAX: 816.421.3590 Website: www.ap.org Victory Sports Network Jason Dannelly 2711 West First Grand Island, NE 68803 Email: mail@victorysportsnetwork.com Website: www.victorysportsnetwork.com

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY FALL 2011 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE (Schedule subject to change, check www.kwucoyotes.com for the most recent updates) Date Aug. 26 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 2 Sept. 3

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Sport JV Men’s Soccer JV Men’s Soccer Volleyball Volleyball Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Football Volleyball Cross Country WOMEN’S SOCCER MEN’S SOCCER JV VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL Volleyball Football WOMEN’S SOCCER MEN’S SOCCER Volleyball JV VOLLEYBALL JV Men’s Soccer JV Volleyball Men’s Soccer Volleyball Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer VOLLEYBALL FOOTBALL Cross Country JV VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer JV VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL Women’s Soccer Volleyball FOOTBALL Volleyball JV Men’s Soccer JV Volleyball Volleyball Women’s Soccer JV Volleyball Volleyball JV Men’s Soccer JV VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL WOMEN’S SOCCER Football MEN’S SOCCER Cross Country

Opponent at Barton County CC vs Otero JC at Hope International at Concordia (Calif.) Tournament at Dakota Wesleyan at Dakota Wesleyan at Southern Nazarene at Concordia (Calif.) Tournament at Baker Maple Leaf Invitational vs. CONCORDIA (NEB.) vs. CONCORDIA (NEB.) vs. STERLING * vs. STERLING * at Avila (Mo.) Tournament at Ottawa * vs. MORNINGSIDE vs. MORNINGSIDE at Avila (Mo.) Tournament KWU TOURNAMENT at Southwestern at McPherson * at Hastings at McPherson * at Westminster (Utah) at Westminster (Utah) vs. College of Idaho vs. Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) vs. OTTAWA * vs. STERLING * at Nebraska Woody Greeno Open vs. SOUTHWESTERN * vs. SOUTHWESTERN * at Mid-America Nazarene at Mid-America Nazarene vs. FRIENDS * vs. FRIENDS * at Oklahoma Baptist at St. Ambrose (Iowa) Tournament vs. BETHANY * at St. Ambrose (Iowa) Tournament at Central Christian (Kan.) at Tabor * at Tabor * at Benedictine at Bethany * at Bethany * at Hastings vs. BETHEL * vs. BETHEL * vs. BETHANY * at Friends * vs. BETHANY * at Oklahoma State Cowboy Jamboree

Location Great Bend, Kan. Great Bend, Kan. Fullerton, Calif. Irvine, Calif. Mitchell, S.D. Mitchell, S.D. Bethany, Okla. Irvine, Calif. Baldwin City, Kan. SALINA SALINA SALINA SALINA Kansas City, Mo. Ottawa, Kan. SALINA SALINA Kansas City, Mo. SALINA Winfield, Kan. McPherson, Kan. Hastings, Neb. McPherson, Kan. Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah SALINA SALINA Lincoln, Neb. SALINA SALINA Olathe, Kan. Olathe, Kan. SALINA SALINA Shawnee, Okla. Davenport, Iowa SALINA Davenport, Iowa McPherson, Kan. Hillsboro, Kan. Hillsboro, Kan. Atchison, Kan. Lindsborg, Kan. Lindsborg, Kan. Hastings, Neb. SALINA SALINA SALINA Wichita, Kan. SALINA Stillwater, Okla.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY FALL 2011 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE (Schedule subject to change, check www.kwucoyotes.com for the most recent updates) Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 8

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JV VOLLEYBALL Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Volleyball Volleyball FOOTBALL WOMEN’S SOCCER MEN’S SOCCER Cross Country Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer WOMEN’S SOCCER MEN’S SOCCER JV VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL JV MEN’S SOCCER JV Volleyball Volleyball Football Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer MEN’S SOCCER JV Volleyball Volleyball Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer JV Volleyball Volleyball Football Cross Country WOMEN’S SOCCER MEN’S SOCCER JV MEN’S SOCCER JV MEN’S SOCCER JV VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL WOMEN’S SOCCER MEN’S SOCCER JV VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL FOOTBALL Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer JV Volleyball Volleyball VOLLEYBALL Football Cross Country FOOTBALL Cross Country

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vs. CLOUD COUNTY CC at Bethel * at Bethel * at Saint Mary * at Ottawa * vs. TABOR * vs. STERLING * vs. STERLING * at Fort Hays State Tiger Invitational at Park at Park vs. FRIENDS * vs. FRIENDS * vs. McPHERSON * vs. McPHERSON * vs. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN (KAN.) at Sterling * at Sterling * at Lindenwood at Saint Mary * at Saint Mary * vs BELLEVUE (NEB.) at Southwestern * at Southwestern * at Tabor * at Tabor * at Friends * at Friends * at Bethel * at NAIA MidStates Championships vs. SOUTHWESTERN * vs. SOUTHWESTERN * vs. SOUTHWESTERN vs. HASTINGS vs. TABOR * vs. TABOR * vs. OTTAWA * vs. OTTAWA * vs. BETHANY * vs. BETHANY * vs. SOUTHWESTERN * at McPherson * at McPherson * at Bethel * at Bethel * vs. SAINT MARY * at McPherson * at KCAC Championships vs. SAINT MARY * at NAIA National Championships

SALINA North Newton, Kan. North Newton, Kan. Leavenworth Ottawa, Kan. SALINA SALINA SALINA Hays, Kan. Parkville, Mo. Parkville, Mo. SALINA ^ SALINA ^ SALINA SALINA SALINA ^ Sterling, Kan. Sterling, Kan. St. Charles, Mo. Leavenworth Leavenworth SALINA Winfield, Kan. Winfield, Kan. Hillsboro, Kan. Hillsboro, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. North Newton, Kan. Winfield, Kan. SALINA SALINA SALINA SALINA ^ SALINA SALINA SALINA ^ SALINA ^ SALINA SALINA SALINA McPherson, Kan. McPherson, Kan. North Newton, Kan. North Newton, Kan. SALINA McPherson, Kan. McPherson, Kan. SALINA Fort Vancouver, Wash.

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NAME Jesus Ochoa Trey Dallas Austin Crisler Jeff Roberts Jamie Cowan Corey Ham Ricky Roberts Felix Gorny Sam Vaughan Taylor Ahlfinger Adrian Thomas Steven Sorce Zach McClain Will Hall Zach Vorenkamp Jerome Wooten Zach Prester Brandon Scott Jordan Jackson Brett Giesen Sean Counts Kelton Reed Seth Myers Ken Mitchell Trey Dunn Drake Champlin Taylor Cook Shaun Chesterman Taylor Sachs Kyle Buth JaLil Turner Ty Holmes Ashton Frechette Rodney Cooper Beau Cobb Adam Schneck Cameron Curry Isaac Zamora Matt Broeckelman Jacob Brackens JR Ogunleye Kade Chanthavong Braden Long Joe Ray Gomez Marshall San Miguel Carl Caldwell Jeff Rooney Devonte Lane Brok Rhoades Colby Jackson Jacob York Ryan Burke Anthony Williams Mario Rodriguez Brady Harwell John-Michael Cook Nick Cooper Dylan Dillingham Cristian Hernandez Chris Brochtrup Caleb Brill Brandon Krushall Trevor Galbraith Tommy Martin Sean Moses Jason Pankey Mark Reed Relus Harris Robert Burcher

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POS K QB QB WR DB WR WR QB QB LB LB QB WR LB QB WR DB WR DB RB DE DB WR DB WR DB DB DB RB DB RB DB RB RB DB DB RB DB DB DB RB LB LB WR LB WR LB DB RB DB RB LB LB DB LB RB LB LB WR DB DB RB DB LB LB DE RB DB DE

YR Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr.

HT 5-11 6-3 6-3 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-6 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-2 5-8 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-7 5-6 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-8 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-4 5-11 5-9 5-11

WT 170 188 190 180 175 160 175 185 175 210 230 210 180 206 185 206 185 190 180 175 250 175 185 175 195 180 195 175 165 200 225 186 160 190 170 175 175 175 200 197 195 190 200 175 215 185 210 145 185 165 175 175 230 190 220 190 175 205 155 200 170 190 160 205 185 200 210 170 238

HOMETOWN Paramount, Calif. Salina, Kan. Fairview, Texas Morgan Hill, Calif. Inglewood, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Bielefild, Germany Round Rock, Texas Richardson, Texas Diamond Bar, Calif. Morgan Hill, Calif. Santa Paula, Calif. Tallahassee, Fla. Kingwood, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Salina, Kan. Lancaster, Calif. Dallas, Texas Laguna Niguel, Calif. Novato, Calif. Plano, Texas Salina, Kan. Houston, Texas Era, Texas Concordia, Kan. Antioch, Calif. Valley Center, Kan. Georgetown, Texas Merlin, Ore. Bay Point, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Carlsbad, Calif. Red Oak, Texas Wylie, Texas Conway Springs, Kan. Murphy, Texas Newhall, Calif. Mankato, Kan. Mesquite, Texas Fontana, Calif. Fort Worth, Texas Salina, Kan. Wylie, Texas Hereford, Texas Whitehouse, Texas Flower Mound, Texas Milford, Kan. Burlington, Colo. Wamego, Kan. Kingfisher, Okla. Tarkio, Mo. Katy, Texas Baldwin Park, Calif. Vega, Texas Tomball, Texas Arlington, Texas Ault, Colo. Dallas, Texas The Colony, Texas Wellington, Kan. Wharton, Texas Vega, Texas Thayer, Mo. Pine Valley, Calif. Jonesboro, Texas Houston, Texas Wylie, Texas Kinsley, Kan.

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NAME Isaiah Jackson Alex McFaddin Zack Brown Chase Hartman Kevin Campbell Robert Marshall Darrell Barnes Collin Henderson Kyron Hill Brandon Wise Traves Liles Jon Shewmon Nick Wallace Chad Enloe Rocky Brashears Carson Watley Sean Grove Cameron Fox Andrew Ayodele Devan Atkinson Keoni Funtanilla Collin English Jacob McCoy Dan Pinsky Kirk Calhoun Zach Montalvo Patrik Stephenson Dylan Grammer Andrew Keheley Zack Green Steven Morris Will Mangino Korey Winn Nick Smith Braxton Peck Kyle Owens Chris Reynolds Joe Vela Dallas Lewis Derek Bledsoe Kenneth Lowery Daniel Burton Omoniyi Olayiwola Michael Wilbert Josh Kittrell Langston Kennedy Christian Walker Steve DeFoe Monte Sexton Connor Steinman Terrance Burns Terry Stecker Matt Broussard

POS DL OL OL OL LB DL LB OL DE OL OL DT OL OL OL OL OL DT DT DL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR P DL DL DE DE DE DE DE DL LB K DB

YR Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

HT 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-8 5-11 6-5 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-2 5-8 5-10 6-3 6-5 6-2 5-8 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-4 5-7 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-5 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-2

WT 290 250 310 250 205 230 195 220 260 245 250 255 270 240 240 320 280 225 215 285 245 210 290 315 270 250 270 250 300 270 290 295 150 185 170 185 170 175 160 180 165 190 260 285 220 255 230 220 220 275 220 170 185

HOMETOWN San Jose, Calif. Waller, Texas Arlington, Texas Hutchinson, Kan. Stafford, Texas Temecula, Calif. El Campo, Texas McKinney, Texas Tulsa, Okla. Derby, Kan. La Porte, Texas Linwood, Kan. Healdsburg, Calif. Springfield, Mo. Sachse, Texas Vega, Texas Richardson, Texas Copperas Cove, Texas Houston, Texas Spring, Texas Waimanalo, Hawaii Glendale, Ariz. Grapevine, Texas Thousand Oaks, Calif. Choctaw, Okla. Devine, Texas Douglass, Kan. Salina, Kan. Trinidad, Texas Malakoff, Texas Memphis, Texas Ukiah, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Mesquite, Texas Leander, Texas Lindale, Texas Lucas, Texas Peyton, Colo. Nowata, Okla. Silver Lake, Kan. Wharton, Texas Dallas, Texas Grand Prairie, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Collinsville, Texas Modesto, Calif. Junction City, Kan. Dallas, Texas Abilene, Kan. The Woodlands, Texas Derby, Kan. Plano, Texas Lindale, Texas

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1 Jesus Ochoa K • 5-11 • 170 • Sr. Paramount, Calif. Cerritos College (Calif.)

7 Ricky Roberts WR • 5-11 • 175 • Sr. Sacramento, Calif. Mendocino College (Calif.)

2 Trey Dallas QB • 6-3 • 188 • So. Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

7 Felix Gorny QB • 6-1 • 185 • Fr. Bielefild, Germany Boulder HS (Colo.)

3 Austin Crisler QB • 6-3 • 190 • So. Fairview, Texas Bishop Lynch HS

8 Sam Vaughan QB • 6-4 • 175 • Fr. Round Rock, Texas Round Rock HS

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Zach McClain WR • 5-10 • 180 • So. Santa Paula, Calif. Santa Paula Union HS

Will Hall LB • 6-0 • 206 • Sr. Tallahassee, Fla. Feather River College (Calif.)

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Brett Giesen RB • 5-11 • 175 • Jr. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Dana Hills HS

Sean Counts DE • 6-1 • 250 • Sr. Novato, Calif. Bethany College (Kan.)

Jordan Jackson DB • 5-11 • 180 • Fr. Dallas, Texas Dallas Carter HS

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12 Zach Vorenkamp QB • 6-2 • 185 • Fr. Kingwood, Texas Kingwood Park HS

4 Jeff Roberts WR • 5-10 • 180 • Jr. Morgan Hill, Calif. Gavilan College (Calif.)

8 Taylor Ahlfinger LB • 6-0 • 210 • Fr. Richardson, Texas JJ Pearce HS

13 Jerome Wooten WR • 6-0 • 206 • Sr. Los Angeles, Calif. LA Southwest College (Calif.)

16 Kelton Reed DB • 6-1 • 175 • So. Plano, Texas Plano HS

5 Jamie Cowan DB • 5-10 • 175 • Sr. Inglewood, Calif. West Los Angeles College (Calif.)

9 Adrian Thomas LB • 5-10 • 230 • Sr. Diamond Bar, Calif. Diamond Bar HS

13 Zach Prester DB • 6-1 • 185 • Fr. Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

17 Seth Myers WR • 6-0 • 185 • Jr. Salina, Kan. Highland CC (Kan.)

6 Corey Ham WR • 5-9 • 160 • Sr. Redlands, Calif. Riverside College (Calif.)

10 Steven Sorce QB • 6-1 • 210 • Jr. Morgan Hill, Calif. San Jose City College (Calif.)

14 Brandon Scott WR • 6-2 • 190 • Jr. Lancaster, Calif. Antelope Valley College (Calif.)

18 Ken Mitchell DB • 5-10 • 175 • Sr. Houston, Texas Humble HS

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19 Trey Dunn WR • 5-11 • 195 • So. Era, Texas Era HS

23 JaLil Turner RB • 6-2 • 225 • Jr. Bay Point, Calif. Diablo Valley College (Calif.)

26 Cameron Curry RB • 5-10 • 175 • Fr. Murphy, Texas Dallas Christian HS

31 Braden Long LB • 6-1 • 200 • Fr. Salina, Kan. Southeast of Saline HS

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19 Drake Champlin DB • 5-10 • 180 • Fr. Concordia, Kan. Concordia HS

24 Ty Holmes DB • 5-10 • 186 • Jr. Mesquite, Texas John Horn HS

27 Isaac Zamora DB • 5-8 • 175 • Fr. Newhall, Calif. Golden Valley HS

32 Joe Ray Gomez WR • 5-11 • 175 • Fr. Wylie, Texas Wylie HS

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Taylor Cook DB • 5-11 • 195 • Jr. Antioch, Calif. Laney College (Calif.)

Shaun Chesterman DB • 5-11 • 175 • Jr. Valley Center, Kan. Valley Center HS

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Ashton Frechette RB • 5-6 • 160 • Fr. Carlsbad, Calif. Carlsbad HS

28 Matt Broeckelman DB • 5-10 • 200 • So. Mankato, Kan. Rock Hills HS

Rodney Cooper RB • 5-7 • 190 • Sr. Red Oak, Texas Red Oak HS

21 Taylor Sachs RB • 5-9 • 165 • Fr. Georgetown, Texas Georgetown HS

Jacob Brackens DB • 6-2 • 197 • Sr. Mesquite, Texas North Mesquite HS

Kyle Buth DB • 6-0 • 200 • Jr. Merlin, Ore. Butte College (Calif.)

25 Beau Cobb DB • 5-10 • 170 • Fr. Wylie, Texas Wylie HS

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26 Adam Schneck DB • 5-11 • 175 • So. Conway Springs, Kan. Conway Springs HS

30 JR Ogunleye RB • 5-8 • 195 • Jr. Fontana, Calif. Ventura College (Calif.)

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Marshall San Miguel LB • 5-11 • 215 • Fr. Hereford, Texas Hereford HS

Carl Caldwell WR • 5-10 • 185 • So. Whitehouse, Texas Whitehouse HS

Jeff Rooney LB • 6-1 • 210 • Sr. Flower Mound, Texas Flower Mound HS

30 Kade Chanthavong LB • 6-1 • 190 • Fr. Fort Worth, Texas Fossill Ridge HS

35 Devonte Lane DB • 5-7 • 145 • Fr. Milford, Kan. Junction City HS

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36 Brok Rhoades RB • 5-6 • 185 • So. Burlington, Colo. Burlington HS

40 Brady Harwell LB • 6-1 • 220 • So. Vega, Texas Vega HS

44 Caleb Brill DB • 6-1 • 170 • Fr. Wellington, Kan. Conway Springs HS

49 Mark Reed RB • 5-11 • 210 • So. Houston, Texas MacArthur HS

36 Colby Jackson DB • 5-10 • 165 • Fr. Wamego, Kan. Wamego HS

41 John-Michael Cook RB • 5-8 • 190 • Jr. Tomball, Texas Klein Oak HS

45 Brandon Krushall RB • 5-9 • 190 • So. Wharton, Texas Boling HS

49 Relus Harris DB • 5-9 • 170 • Fr. Wylie, Texas Wylie HS

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37 Jacob York RB • 5-11 • 175 • So. Kingfisher, Okla. Kingfisher HS

41 Nick Cooper LB • 5-10 • 175 • Fr. Arlington, Texas Lamar HS

45 Trevor Galbraith DB • 5-8 • 160 • Fr. Vega, Texas Vega HS

50 Robert Burcher DE • 5-11 • 238 • Jr. Kinsley, Kan. Kinsley HS

37 Ryan Burke LB • 5-11 • 175 • Fr. Tarkio, Mo. Tarkio HS

42 Dylan Dillingham LB • 6-1 • 205 • Jr. Ault, Colo. Highland HS

46 Tommy Martin LB • 6-0 • 205 • So. Thayer, Mo. Thayer HS

51 Isaiah Jackson DL • 6-1 • 290 • Sr. San Jose, Calif. DeAnza College (Calif.)

38 Anthony Williams LB • 5-10 • 230 • Fr. Katy, Texas Dallas Christian HS

42 Cristian Hernandez WR • 5-11 • 155 • Fr. Dallas, Texas R.L. Turner HS

47 Sean Moses LB • 6-2 • 185 • Fr. Pine Valley, Calif. Mountain Empire HS

52 Alex McFaddin OL • 6-1 • 250 • So. Waller, Texas Waller HS

39 Mario Rodriguez DB • 5-10 • 190 • Fr. Baldwin Park, Calif. Baldwin Park HS

43 Chris Brochtrup DB • 5-10 • 200 • Jr. The Colony, Texas The Colony HS

48 Jason Pankey DE • 6-4 • 200 • Fr. Jonesboro, Texas Lindale HS

53 Zack Brown OL • 6-3 • 310 • Sr. Arlington, Texas Arlington-Lamar HS

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54 Chase Hartman OL • 5-10 • 250 • Sr. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson CC (Kan.)

59 Brandon Wise OL • 5-9 • 245 • Sr. Derby, Kan. Derby HS

64 Carson Watley OL • 6-5 • 320 • Fr. Vega, Texas Vega HS

69 Collin English OL • 5-10 • 210 • Fr. Glendale, Ariz. Peoria HS

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54 Kevin Campbell LB • 5-9 • 205 • Fr. Stafford, Texas Second Baptist HS

60 Traves Liles OL • 6-0 • 250 • Fr. La Porte, Texas La Porte HS

65 Sean Grove OL • 6-2 • 280 • So. Richardson, Texas Pearce HS

55 Robert Marshall DL • 6-2 • 230 • Sr. Temecula, Calif. Riverside College (Calif.)

56 Darrell Barnes LB • 6-0 • 195 • Fr. El Campo, Texas El Campo HS

Collin Henderson OL • 6-0 • 220 • Fr. McKinney, Texas McKinney Boyd HS

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Jon Shewmon DT • 5-10 • 255 • Fr. Linwood, Kan. Basehor-Linwood HS

Nick Wallace OL • 6-3 • 270 • Jr. Healdsburg, Calif. Mendocino College (Calif.)

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Cameron Fox DT • 5-11 • 225 • Fr. Copperas Cove, Texas Copperas Cove HS

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Jacob McCoy OL • 6-3 • 290 • Jr. Grapevine, Texas Colleyville Heritage HS

Dan Pinsky OL • 6-5 • 315 • Sr. Thousand Oaks, Calif. Ventura College (Calif.)

Andrew Ayodele DT • 5-10 • 215 • Fr. Houston, Texas Cypress Falls HS

72 Kirk Calhoun OL • 6-2 • 270 • Fr. Choctaw, Okla. Jones HS

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58 Kyron Hill DE • 6-0 • 260 • Sr. Tulsa, Okla. Northwestern Oklahoma State

62 Chad Enloe OL • 5-8 • 240 • Jr. Springfield, Mo. Glendale HS

63 Rocky Brashears OL • 5-11 • 240 • Fr. Sachse, Texas Garland HS

67 Devan Atkinson DL • 6-2 • 285 • Fr. Spring, Texas Spring HS

68 Keoni Funtanilla DL • 5-8 • 245 • Sr. Waimanalo, Hawaii Shasta College (Calif.)

73 Zach Montalvo OL • 5-8 • 250 • Fr. Devine, Texas Devine HS

74 Patrik Stephenson OL • 5-10 • 270 • Fr. Douglass, Kan. Wichita West HS

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75 Dylan Grammer OL • 6-1 • 250 • Fr. Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

81 Nick Smith WR • 5-11 • 185 • So. Mesquite, Texas Poteet HS

88 Derek Bledsoe WR • 6-5 • 180 • So. Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake HS

93 Langston Kennedy DE • 6-4 • 255 • Jr. Modesto, Calif. Northwestern Oklahoma State

76 Andrew Keheley OL • 5-10 • 300 • Fr. Trinidad, Texas Malakoff HS

82 Braxton Peck WR • 5-10 • 170 • Fr. Leander, Texas Vista Ridge HS

89 Kenneth Lowery WR • 5-10 • 165 • Fr. Wharton, Texas Wharton HS

94 Christian Walker DE • 6-0 • 230 • So. Junction City, Kan. Junction City HS

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77 Zack Green OL • 6-3 • 270 • Fr. Malakoff, Texas Malakoff HS

83 Kyle Owens WR • 5-9 • 185 • So. Lindale, Texas Lindale HS

89 Daniel Burton P • 5-10 • 190 • Fr. Dallas, Texas Bishop Lynch HS

95 Steve DeFoe DE • 6-0 • 220 • Jr. Dallas, Texas JJ Pearce HS

78 Steven Morris OL • 6-0 • 290 • Jr. Memphis, Texas Memphis HS

84 Chris Reynolds WR • 5-9 • 170 • Fr. Lucas, Texas Prosper HS

79 Will Mangino OL • 6-4 • 295 • Sr. Ukiah, Calif. Mendocino College (Calif.)

85 Joe Vela WR • 5-11 • 175 • Fr. Peyton, Colo. Falcon HS

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Omoniyi Olayiwola DL • 5-10 • 260 • Jr. Grand Prairie, Texas Mansfield Timberview HS

Michael Wilbert DL • 6-3 • 285 • Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. West Los Angeles College (Calif.)

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Monte Sexton DE • 6-3 • 220 • Fr. Abilene, Kan. Abilene HS

Connor Steinman DL • 6-3 • 275 • So. The Woodlands, Texas Oak Ridge HS

80 Korey Winn WR • 5-7 • 150 • So. Mesquite, Texas Horn HS

87 Dallas Lewis WR • 6-1 • 160 • Fr. Nowata, Okla. Nowata HS

92 Josh Kittrell DE • 6-3 • 220 • Fr. Collinsville, Texas Collinsville HS

98 Terrance Burns LB • 6-1 • 220 • Fr. Derby, Kan. Derby HS

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99 Terry Stecker K • 5-10 • 170 • Fr. Plano, Texas Bishop Lynch HS

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RS Matt Broussard DB • 6-2 • 185 • Fr. Lindale, Texas Lindale HS

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HEAD COACH DAVE DALLAS DALLAS COACHING RECORDS WIN LOSS TIE 1989 3 7 0 1990 5 5 0 1991 5 5 0 1992 5 3 1 1993 6 4 0 1994 6 4 0 1995 7 3 0 1996 1 8 0 AT OTTAWA 38 39 1 1997 0 9 0 1998 6 3 0 1999 2 7 0 2000 7 4 0 2001 8 3 0 2002 8 3 0 2004 5 5 0 2005 8 2 0 2006 8 2 0 2007 5 5 0 2008 6 4 0 2009 5 5 0 2010 7 3 0 AT KWU 79 61 0 TOTAL 117 100 1

Dave Dallas begins his 15th year at the helm of Kansas Wesleyan University Football, making him the longest continuously tenured football coach in the Kansas Conference. Since coming to Wesleyan to start the 1997 season, Dallas has racked up a 79-61 record with the Coyotes, good enough for third all-time in total coaching wins at KWU. Dallas’ overall coaching record is 117-100-1 in 22 years, 14 at KWU and eight at KCAC rival Ottawa University, where he was 38-39-1. Since coming to KWU, Dallas has captured two KCAC Championships in 2001 and 2002, and guided the Coyotes to their only two NAIA Post Season Championship berths in those same years. Dallas was named the 2001 KCAC Coach of the Year. During his tenure at Wesleyan, Dallas has coached six NAIA All-Americans, and over 275 All-KCAC players, including seven KCAC Players of the Year. One of Dallas’ team goals is for the players to complete their degrees, and Dallas has coached over 35 NAIA Scholar Athletes since 1997 at KWU. Dallas played his collegiate football at Missouri Western, and began his coaching career there as a graduate assistant for two seasons in 1983 and 1984. After finishing his degree at MWSU in 1984, Dallas spent one season at Truman State University (then Northeast Missouri State) in 1985, as the Bulldogs captured the MIAA title that season with an 8-3 overall record, and 5-0 in the MIAA. After taking a year off from the college ranks to coach at Rolla High School in Rolla, Mo., Dallas became defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, for two seasons, before taking the head coaching job at Ottawa in 1989. Dallas took over the reigns of the Ottawa University program, and spent eight years at the leadership of the Braves, as they went 38-39-1 during his tenure.

In 1997, Dallas took over a struggling Kansas Wesleyan program that had gone 4-26 the previous three years before his arrival. In just four years, in 2001, Wesleyan captured its first KCAC title since 1982, and made the school’s first ever NAIA Post-Season appearance. Dallas is active in the American Football Coaches Association, currently serving as president of the NAIA-AFCA, as well as serving as a rater for the NAIA Football Top-25 Polls. Dallas and his wife Kelly live in Salina and they have four children Drew, Casey, Trey, and Molly; and one granddaughter Hayden.

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ASSISTANT COACHES CHRIS SNYDER OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR Chris Snyder has been the Offensive Coordinator at Kansas Wesleyan since December, 2009. Snyder came to Kansas Wesleyan from Mendocino College (Calif.), where he served as Offensive Coordinator for six seasons from 2004 to 2009. While at Mendocino, the Eagles finished in the Top 15 in the state of California in total offense each of the last six seasons. Mendocino finished the 2009 season ranked third in California in total offense, averaging 475.3 yards per game in ten games, second in passing yards per game, averaging 334.6 yards per game and sixth in points per game at 39.7. His teams won Bay Valley Conference Championships in 2005 and 2007 and were Mid-Empire Conference Champions in 2009.

BOB FREY DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR Bob Frey has been Defensive Coordinator at Kansas Wesleyan since 2010. Frey comes to Kansas Wesleyan after spending one season at Anna Maria College in Paxton, Mass., where he was assistant head coach and offensive coordinator for the Amcats in their inaugural season of football in 2009. Prior to Anna Maria, Frey spent three seasons at Olivet College (Mich.) as offensive line coach. While at Olivet, Frey helped the Comets win the 2007 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Championship and make an appearance in the NCAA Division III playoffs.

Before Mendocino, Snyder coached four seasons at Doane College (Neb.) as quarterbacks coach.

Frey also spent one year as defensive coordinator for the now defunct Kalamazoo Xplosion of the Continental Indoor Football League.

Coach Snyder began his coaching career as a player/coach for the Baden Bruins in Vienna, Austria in the spring of 2000.

Prior to his tenure at Olivet, Frey spent three seasons at Tri-State University (now Trine University (Ind.)) as head coach, compiling a 2-28 record.

Snyder holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Sociology from Doane College, and a Master of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He resides in Salina with his wife Michelle and daughter Tessa Ruth.

BRICE VIGNERY ASSISTANT COACH Brice Vignery has been an assistant coach for the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes since 2011. He came to Kansas Wesleyan after most recently coaching at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kan. He is responsible for coaching the wide receivers for the Coyotes. Vignery is a native of Concordia, Kansas. He finished his collegiate playing career at Kansas State University in 2009. He graduated from K-State in December 2010 with a degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Social Science. Before playing at Kansas State, Vignery played for Butler Community College during the 2006 and 2007 seasons, during which time the Grizzlies went 23-1 with two conference championships and two Region VI championships, as well as the 2007 national championship. Vignery is the son of Kenneth and Cindy Vignery. He has two brothers, Brent and Blake, and a twin sister Blair Vignery.

Before Tri-State, Frey spent nine seasons from 1994-2003 at MacMurray College (Ill.) as Head Coach. Frey excelled during that time, leading his team to six Conference Championships, including four-straight from 1996 to 1999. Frey compiled four of the best win-loss records in the program's history, including trips to the NCAA Division III Playoffs in 2001 and 2002. Frey's 1998 team led Division III in scoring. He was named Illini-Badger Football Conference Coach of the Year in 1998, 2001, and 2002, as well as being named the Co-Coach of the Year in 1996, and was honored as the SLIAC Football Coach of the Year in both 1997 and 1998. Prior to becoming head coach at MacMurray, Frey was defensive coordinator for the Highlanders for five seasons from 1990 to 1994. Frey also previously held coaching positions at Manchester College (Ind.), Edgewood High School (Ohio), and at Mount Union College (Ohio) where he began his coaching career in 1985. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Union College in Physical Education and Health in 1985. He has three children Mary, Emily and Billy.

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ASSISTANT COACHES REX PIPPENGER ASSISTANT COACH

MIKE LANGO ASSISTANT COACH

Rex Pippenger has been an assistant coach with the Coyotes since the 2000 season. He has served as a volunteer coach since then, and now has moved into a non-volunteer position.

Mike Lango has been an assistant football coach at Kansas Wesleyan since 2010. Prior to Kansas Wesleyan, Lango coached at Minnesota State Moorhead in 2009, and previous to that he coached one season at Gavilan College (Calif.) in 2008.

Coach Pippenger also teaches and coaches in USD 379, Clay Center, Kan., where he is a elementary physical education teacher, and a throwers coach for Clay Center Community Lango attended Gavilan College after graduating from San Benito High School. He also served as head football and strength and conditioning High School in 2004, where he played for his father John. Lango then coach from 1995 to 1999. transferred to California Lutheran in 2006, where he played two seasons. Before Clay Center, Pippenger spent 11 years in the Pleasanton School Lango has master degree work from Minnesota State - Moorhead. District as a teacher and as the Head Football and Assistant Basketball Coach. The native of Hollister, Calif., currently resides in Salina. Pippenger holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with a minor in Biology from Baker University. His wife’s name is Kathy and they have three children, Sarah, Megan and Chase.

JASON McWILLIAMS ASSISTANT COACH Jason McWilliams has been an assistant coach for the Kansas Wesleyan Football team since 2011. His primary responsibilities are coaching the linebackers and strength and conditioning.

Kane Kaualoku Student Assistant

Andrew Kempke Student Assistant

Ryan Reis Student Assistant

Dominick Waters Student Assistant

Cody Ramirez Student Assistant

McWilliams spent one season as a student assistant coach for the Coyotes in 2010 after playing two seasons for the Coyotes in 2007 and 2008. McWilliams missed the 2009 season with an injury. In two seasons with the Coyotes, McWilliams averaged 5.3 tackles per game and earned All-KCAC honors in 2008. Football is no stranger to McWilliams, who has played the game for over 18 years. In high school at Canton High School in Canton, Texas, McWilliams played outside linebacker for four years and received All-District, AllRegion and All-State honors. At Kansas Wesleyan, McWilliams completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and plans to pursue a MBA degree at KWU.

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ALL-TIME FOOTBALL RECORDS Single Game Total Offense .................................................................................................................................................................................................627 - Doug Webster - 2010 Season Total Offense ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................3752 - Doug Webster - 2010 Career Total Offense ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................5715 - Doug Webster - 2010 Single Game Receiving Yards ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 221 - RIcky Roberts - 2010 Single Game Receptions .........................................................................................................................................................................................................13 - Ricky Roberts - 2010 Season Receiving Yards ......................................................................................................................................................................................................1163 - Ricky Roberts - 2010 Season Receptions ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................67 - Ricky Roberts - 2010 Career Receiving Yards ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................1,624 - Steve Willis - 2004 Career Receptions ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 117 - Steve Willis - 2004 Career Touchdown Receptions............................................................................................................................................................................................. 22 - Marcus Lowe - 2008 Single Game Passing Yards ................................................................................................................................................................................................497 - Doug Webster - 2010 Season Passing Yards .........................................................................................................................................................................................................2938 - Doug Webster - 2010 Career Passing Yards ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................4716 - Doug Webster - 2010 Single Game Pass Completions .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 37 - Doug Webster - 2010 Season Pass Completions ...................................................................................................................................................................................................196 - Doug Webster - 2010 Career Pass Completions ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 335 - Doug Webster - 2010 Single Game Rushing Yards .........................................................................................................................................................................................................310 - Ron West - 1976 Season Rushing Yards ...................................................................................................................................................................................................1,665 - Charles Jessamy - 1971 Career Rushing Yards.....................................................................................................................................................................................................3,297 - Charles Jessamy - 1971 100-yard Rushing Games in a Season ............................................................................................................................................................................. 9 - Charles Jessamy - 1971 Single Game Touchdowns.................................................................................................................................................................................................................6 - Bill Evans - 1981 Single Game Passing Touchdowns ......................................................................................................................................................................................8 - Doug Webster - 2010 Season Touchdowns Scored .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 19 - Larry Houdek - 1956 Career Touchdowns Scored ............................................................................................................................................................................................................50 - Bill Evans - 1982 Longest Rushing Touchdown ................................................................................................................................................................................99 yards - Randy Johnson - 1986 Longest Touchdown Pass ..................................................................................................................................................................... 91 yards - Bill Evans to David Harris - 1982

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2011 VOLLEYBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 RS

NAME Allie Myers Kelsey Boyles Megan Ast Faith Ramsey Jordyn Rahlf Chelsea Myers Lauren Chamness Leah Keller Amber Littlefield Jamisha Johnson Alexis Bateman Brittaney Miller Katie Fross Melissa Blair Sydnie Abel Breanne Schultz Brittany Vignery Maddie Lindstrom Regan Jeffery Megan Dowling Pauline Yang Danielle Griffis Taylor Sly Marlene Yang Juli Miles Taylor Klover Meggie Coffey Jennifer Long

POS S/DS MH OH OPP OH S OH MH L MH OPP OH MH OPP S MH OH OH DS OPP L OH DS DS S MH S OH/RS

HT 5-5 5-11 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-8 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-7 6-2 5-9 5-9 5-5 6-0 5-4 5-8 5-7 5-0 5-6 6-1 5-7 5-9

YR So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

HOMETOWN Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. Colwich, Kan. Wellington, Colo. Kasson, Minn. Salina, Kan. Littleton, Colo. Barstow, Calif. Josephine, Texas Dodge City, Kan. Goodland, Kan. Cummings, Kan. Lone Tree, Colo. Phillipsburg, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. New Braunfels, Texas Courtland, Kan. Hiawatha, Kan. Burr Oak, Kan. Tribune, Kan. Kansas City, Kan. Palmdale, Calif. Hope, Kan. Kansas City, Kan. Anaheim, Calif. Hiawatha, Kan. Blue Hill, Neb. Ulysses, Kan.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Salina Central HS Highland CC (Kan.) Friends University (Kan.) Highland HS Kasson-Mantorville HS Maryland-Eastern Shore Columbine HS Friends University (Kan.) Community HS Dodge City CC (Kan.) Goodland HS Atchison County HS Highlands Ranch HS Phillipsburg HS Lincoln Southeast HS Wharton County JC (Texas) Pike Valley HS Hiawatha HS Rock Hills HS Greeley County HS Coffeyville CC (Kan.) Cloud County CC (Kan.) Hope HS Turner HS Fullerton College (Calif.) Hiawatha HS Blue Hill HS Lamar CC (Colo.)

HEAD COACH: Fred Aubuchon (3rd year, 13-57 at KWU, 229-129 overall, ten years) ASSISTANT COACHES: Jess Lovejoy, Katie Novack STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH: Morgan Miller

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1 Allie Myers S/DS • 5-5 • So. Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

7 Lauren Chamness OH • 5-10 • So. Littleton, Colo. Columbine HS

13 Katie Fross MH • 6-0 • Jr. Lone Tree, Colo. Highlands Ranch HS

19 Regan Jeffery DS • 5-5 • Fr. Burr Oak, Kan. Rock Hills HS

2 Kelsey Boyles MH • 5-11 • Jr. Salina, Kan. Highland CC (Kan.)

8 Leah Keller MH • 6-0 • Sr. Barstow, Calif. Friends University (Kan.)

14 Melissa Blair OPP • 6-1 • Fr. Phillipsburg, Kan. Phillipsburg HS

20 Megan Dowling OPP • 6-0 • Sr. Tribune, Kan. Greeley County HS

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3 Megan Ast OH • 5-9 • Jr. Colwich, Kan. Friends University (Kan.)

4 Faith Ramsey OPP • 5-10 • Jr. Wellington, Colo. Highland HS

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Amber Littlefield L • 5-8 • So. Josephine, Texas Community HS

Jamisha Johnson MH • 5-10 • Sr. Dodge City, Kan. Dodge City CC (Kan.)

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Sydnie Abel S • 5-7 • Jr. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln Southeast HS

Breanne Schultz MH • 6-2 • So. New Braunfels, Texas Wharton County JC (Texas)

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Pauline Yang L • 5-4 • Jr. Kansas City, Kan. Coffeyville CC (Kan.)

Danielle Griffis OH • 5-8 • Sr. Palmdale, Calif. Cloud County CC (Kan.)

5 Jordyn Rahlf OH • 5-9 • Sr. Kasson, Minn. Kasson-Mantorville HS

11 Alexis Bateman OPP • 6-0 • So. Goodland, Kan. Goodland HS

17 Brittany Vignery OH • 5-9 • Fr. Courtland, Kan. Pike Valley HS

23 Taylor Sly DS • 5-7 • Sr. Hope, Kan. Hope HS

6 Chelsea Myers S • 5-9 • Sr. Salina, Kan. Maryland-Eastern Shore

12 Brittaney Miller OH • 5-9 • Fr. Cummings, Kan. Atchison County HS

18 Maddie Lindstrom OH • 5-9 • Fr. Hiawatha, Kan. Hiawatha HS

24 Marlene Yang DS • 5-0 • So. Kansas City, Kan. Turner HS

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25 Juli Miles S • 5-6 • Sr. Anaheim, Calif. Fullerton College (Calif.)

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26 Taylor Klover MH • 6-1 • Fr. Hiawatha, Kan. Hiawatha HS

27 Meggie Coffey S • 5-7 • Fr. Blue Hill, Neb. Blue Hill HS

RS Jennifer Long OH/RS • 5-9 • Sr. Ulysses, Kan. Lamar CC (Colo.)

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2011 VOLLEYBALL COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH FRED AUBUCHON Fred Aubuchon has been the Head Coach of Kansas Wesleyan Volleyball since 2009. Aubuchon took over the Coyote Volleyball program after spending five-plus seasons at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska. While at Hastings, Aubuchon amassed an impressive 173-46 record (.789 win pct.). Under his direction, Hastings never finished worse than sixth in the Great Plains Athletic Conference standings. In 2003, Aubuchon’s first season, the Broncos were the No.6 seed. In 2006, Aubuchon’s Hastings squad won the GPAC Regular Season Championship, and advanced to the NAIA National Championships, advancing past Pool Play into the National Championship First Round. Before Hastings, Aubuchon spent two years at Peru State College (Neb.), where he amassed a 4326 record. While at Peru State, he began the Bobcats Men’s Volleyball Program. In nine-plus seasons at the NAIA level , Aubuchon has a 229-129 overall record (.636 win pct.); however, more important than wins, his teams also excelled in the classroom. Aubuchon’s teams have achieved unprecedented academic success by leading the NAIA in four out of seven years with having the highest GPA in the nation, including two years when teams led all levels of NCAA Women’s Volleyball as well. He has had an astonishing 40 NAIA Scholar-Athletes in just seven years. His 2009 KWU team was named as a NAIA Scholar-Team and received the Team Academic Award from the American Volleyball Coaches’ Association; one of only 34 teams in the NAIA to receive the award. Before Peru State, Aubuchon spent five years at Owens Community College (Ohio), where he compiled a 152-76 record. He twice won the OCCAC (Ohio Community College Athletic Conference) Championship, and made five straight appearances in the NJCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Championships. He set a school record of 46 wins in 2000. Aubuchon received a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree in Community Recreation from Central Michigan University in 1994, and a Master of Education degree from the University of Toledo in 1996. Aubuchon is a native of Kalamazoo, Mich., and is married to Sabrina Aubuchon and has one daughter, Emmaly.

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2011 VOLLEYBALL COACHING STAFF KATIE NOVACK ASSISTANT COACH

JESS LOVEJOY ASSISTANT COACH

Katie Novack has been an assistant Jess Lovejoy comes to KWU as a coach for the KWU Volleyball team recent graduate of Hastings College since the summer of 2011. with a BA in K-12 Physical Education and a Coaching Endorsement. Jess Novack joins the coaching staff spent the last year as Giltner High after playing basketball for the School’s Head Volleyball Coach Coyotes in 2010-11, where she in Giltner, Nebraska. She had the earned Honorable Mention All- opportunity to travel throughout KCAC honors averaging 10.8 points the United States to tournaments, per game and shooting over 37 including five Junior Olympic percent from 3-point range. appearances and one USAV appearance. Jess also coached club volleyball for over six years throughout Nebraska. Jess played collegiate volleyball Before KWU, Novack played one year at Southern Nazarene (Okla.) after for Hastings College and was also a student coach along with assisting with playing two years at Garden City CC. The Holcomb, Kan., native graduated summer camps during her career at Hastings. Jess is a native of Bladen, from Holcomb HS in 2007 where she was a multi-sport student-athlete and Neb. and a graduate of Blue Hill High School. Jess is not only excited to also excelled in the classroom being named as a Kansas Regents Scholar. become the Assistant Coach at Kansas Wesleyan University, but also to reunite with Coach Aubuchon.

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ALL-TIME VOLLEYBALL RECORDS Records listed are from 2001-Present, the rally scoring era

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

TEAM SINGLE MATCH RECORDS

Kills........................................................................ 1682 ..............................................2007 Kills per game ..................................................13.79 .............................................2007 Attack attempts ............................................... 4979 ..............................................2002 Attack percentage............................................ .252 ..............................................2005 Assists .................................................................. 1474 ..............................................2007 Assists per game ..............................................12.08 .............................................2007 Service Aces.........................................................295 ...............................................2007 Service Aces per game ................................... 2.42 ..............................................2007 Service attempts .............................................. 3180 ..............................................2002 Serve percentage ............................................. .948 ..............................................2003 Digs....................................................................... 2936 ..............................................2002 Digs per game ..................................................26.04 .............................................2001 Solo Blocks ...........................................................244 ...............................................2004 Assist Blocks ........................................................348 ...............................................2004 Total Blocks ..........................................................418 ...............................................2004 Blocks per game................................................ 3.83 ..............................................2004 Sets played...........................................................126 ...............................................2003 Matches played ...................................................36 ................................................2008

Kills.......................................80 ............. at McPherson .................................9/8/2004 Attack attempts .............288 ........... vs Peru State ...................................9/2/2006 Attack percentage .........553 .......... vs Bethany .......................................9/7/2005 Assists .................................72 ............. vs Peru State ..............................11/15/2007 Service Aces .....................18 ............. vs St. Louis Pharmacy ............... 9/10/2005 at Sterling ..................................... 9/19/2007 Digs ......................................175 ........... at Sterling ...................................10/14/2001 Solo Blocks .......................32 ............. vs Ottawa ...................................... 9/11/2004 Assist Blocks ....................39 ............. vs Ottawa ...................................... 9/11/2004 Total Blocks ......................51.5 .......... vs Ottawa ...................................... 9/11/2004

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

Kills.............................................. 1153 ....... Sarah Claborn .............................2007-08 Kills per game ........................ 4.76 ........ Sarah Claborn .............................2007-08 Attack attempts .................... 3791 ....... Crystal Meadows .......................2001-03 Attack percentage ............... .263 ........ Sarah Claborn .............................2007-08 Assists ........................................ 2149 ....... Andrea Moya ..............................2001-03 Assists per game................... 9.41 ........ Doris Kometani ................................2005 Service Aces ............................ 149 ......... Kelli Berg ......................................2005-07 Service Aces per game ....... 0.58 ........ Sarah Claborn .............................2007-08 Service attempts .................. 1815 ....... Victoria Gillett.............................2001-04 Service percentage ............. .976 ........ Juli Miles .............................................2010 Digs ............................................. 1751 ....... Crystal Meadows .......................2001-03 Digs per game........................ 5.26 ........ Pauline Yang .....................................2010 Solo Blocks .............................. 213 ......... Kristal Griffeth ............................2004-06 Assist Blocks ........................... 248 ......... Tessa Rhodes-Showman.........2002-05 Blocks per game ................... 1.44 ........ Kristal Griffeth ............................2004-06 Sets played .............................. 448 ......... Tessa Rhodes-Showman.........2002-05 Matches played ..................... 121 ......... Tessa Rhodes-Showman.........2002-05

Kills.................................................589 ................Sarah Claborn ..........................2007 Kills per game ...........................5.03 ...............Sarah Claborn ..........................2007 Attack attempts .......................1618..............Kolby Rhoades.........................2007 Attack percentage ...................295 ...............Kelli Berg....................................2005 Assists ...........................................1356..............Kelli Berg....................................2007 Assists per game......................11.11.............Kelli Berg....................................2007 Service Aces ...............................83...................Sarah Claborn ..........................2008 Service Aces per game ..........0.66 ...............Sarah Claborn ..........................2008 Service attempts .....................608 ................Crystal Meadows ....................2002 Service percentage .................995 ...............Victoria Gillett ..........................2003 Digs ................................................625 ................Crystal Meadows ....................2003 Digs per game...........................6.34 ...............Crystal Meadows ....................2001 Solo Blocks .................................100 ................Kristal Griffeth ..........................2004 Assist Blocks ..............................89...................Tessa Rhodes-Showman ......2004 Total Blocks ................................182 ................Kristal Griffeth ..........................2004 Blocks per game ......................1.67 ...............Kristal Griffeth ..........................2004 Sets played .................................126 ................Several Individuals .................2003 Matches played ........................36...................Several Individuals .................2008

INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS Kills...................................................................... 42 ...............................Sarah Claborn ................................................vs Peru State.........................................................11/15/2007 Attack attempts ............................................ 91 ...............................Sarah Claborn ................................................at Bethel .................................................................. 11/6/2007 Attack percentage (20 att.).................... .652 .............................Kristal Griffeth ................................................at University of Saint Mary ................................ 10/5/2006 Assists ................................................................ 70 ...............................Kelli Berg ..........................................................vs Peru State.........................................................11/15/2007 Service Aces ..................................................... 9 ................................Kolby Rhoades ...............................................at Sterling ................................................................ 9/19/2007 Digs ..................................................................... 46 ...............................Crystal Meadows ..........................................vs Friends ..............................................................10/24/2001 Solo Blocks ...................................................... 13 ...............................Kelly Schmidt .................................................vs Haskell ....................................................................9/1/2001 Assist Blocks ................................................... 11 ...............................Several Individuals .......................................vs Several Opponents ................................... Several Dates Total Blocks ..................................................... 19 ...............................Tessa Rhodes-Showman ............................vs Ottawa ................................................................ 9/11/2004

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2011 WOMEN’S SOCCER NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 30 RS RS RS RS

NAME KJ Stupey Vanessa Vasquez Karina Albarran Crystal Sanchez Ameenah Issa Monique Orocio Rachelle Medina Lauren Evans Samantha Barajas Kaitlyn Hamersky Kyra Helin Katie Janes Kelsey Strang Anna Nisperos Diana Ravenda Hannah Kern Brittney Irland Sabrina Munoz Brittney Cox Leanne Brown Megan Bodiford Araceli Sanchez Amanda Lewis Raelee Hall Yadira Toraya Jennifer Mahjoub Brianna Edwards Makaila Estrella Lauren Howard Amanda Radich Hannah Bradley Amber Lewis Sarah Roether Keriann Warak

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POS GK GK GK MF F/MF F DEF DEF DEF/MF F/DEF F MF MF F F MF F/MF MF MF DEF/MF F F DEF F F/MF MF F/DEF MF/DEF DEF GK F MF F DEF

YR Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr.

HT 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-3 5-2 5-4 5-1 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-3 5-6 5-3 5-8 5-2 5-3 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-3 5-2 5-11 5-3 5-7 5-7 4-11 5-10 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-1

HOMETOWN Everett, Wash. Moreno Valley, Calif. Lancaster, Calif. Fontana, Calif. Arcadia, Calif. Oxnard, Calif. Ventura, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Lancaster, Calif. Saugus, Calif. Anchorage, Alaska Saugus, Calif. Temecula, Calif. Fairfield, Calif. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Wichita, Kan. Murrieta, Calif. Oxnard, Calif. Villa Park, Calif. Palmdale, Calif. Apple Valley, Calif. Moreno Valley, Calif. Palmdale, Calif. Santa Clarita, Calif. Oxnard, Calif. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Mission Hills, Calif. Agua Dulce, Calif. Palmdale, Calif. Vacaville, Calif. Huntington Beach, Calif. Palmdale, Calif. Louisburg, Kan. Glenview, Ill.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Kamiak HS San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.) Paraclete HS San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.) Alverno HS Ventura College (Calif.) St. Bonaventure HS San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.) Lancaster HS Saugus HS West Anchorage HS Saugus HS Chaparral HS Solano College (Calif.) California Baptist Maize HS Murrieta Valley HS Ventura College (Calif.) Crean Lutheran HS Highland HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.) Pete Knight HS Golden Valley HS Ventura College (Calif.) Mission Viejo, Calif. Santa Monica College (Calif.) Vasquez HS Highland HS Solano College (Calif.) Edison HS Pete Knight HS Allen County CC (Kan.) Glenbrook South HS

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00 KJ Stupey GK • 5-6 • Sr. Everett, Wash. Kamiak HS

5 Rachelle Medina DEF • 5-2 • Sr. Ventura, Calif. St. Bonaventure HS

11 Kelsey Strang MF • 5-3 • Fr. Temecula, Calif. Chaparral HS

17 Brittney Cox MF • 5-6 • Fr. Villa Park, Calif. Crean Lutheran HS

0 Vanessa Vasquez GK • 5-5 • Jr. Moreno Valley, Calif. San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.)

6 Lauren Evans DEF • 5-4 • Jr. Redlands, Calif. San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.)

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Karina Albarran GK • 5-4 • Jr. Lancaster, Calif. Paraclete HS

Crystal Sanchez MF • 5-4 • So. Fontana, Calif.

7 Samantha Barajas DEF/MF • 5-1 • So. Lancaster, Calif. Lancaster HS

San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.)

8 Kaitlyn Hamersky F/DEF • 5-7 • So. Saugus, Calif. Saugus HS

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Anna Nisperos F • 5-6 • Jr. Fairfield, Calif. Solano College (Calif.)

Diana Ravenda F • 5-3 • Sr. Laguna Niguel, Calif. California Baptist

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Megan Bodiford F • 5-8 • Jr. Apple Valley, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

Araceli Sanchez F • 5-3 • Jr. Moreno Valley, Calif.

Leanne Brown DEF/MF • 5-6 • Jr. Palmdale, Calif. Highland HS

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14 Hannah Kern MF • 5-8 • Sr. Wichita, Kan. Maize HS

San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.)

3 Ameenah Issa F/MF • 5-4 • Jr. Arcadia, Calif. Alverno HS

9 Kyra Helin F • 5-5 • Sr. Anchorage, Alaska West Anchorage HS

15 Brittney Irland F/MF • 5-2 • Fr. Murrieta, Calif. Murrieta Valley HS

21 Amanda Lewis DEF • 5-2 • Fr. Palmdale, Calif. Pete Knight HS

4 Monique Orocio F • 5-3 • Jr. Oxnard, Calif. Ventura College (Calif.)

10 Katie Janes MF • 5-7 • So. Saugus, Calif. Saugus HS

16 Sabrina Munoz MF • 5-3 • Jr. Oxnard, Calif. Ventura College (Calif.)

22 Raelee Hall F • 5-11 • So. Santa Clarita, Calif. Golden Valley HS

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23 Yadira Toraya F/MF • 5-3 • Jr. Oxnard, Calif. Ventura College (Calif.)

RS Dani Benton F/DEF • 5-5 • Jr. Trabuco Canyon, Calif. South Carolina State

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Brianna Edwards F/DEF • 5-7 • Jr. Mission Hills, Calif. Santa Monica College (Calif.)

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Hannah Bradley F • 5-5 • So. Huntington Beach, Calif. Edison HS

Amber Lewis MF • 5-6 • Fr. Palmdale, Calif. Pete Knight HS

27 Makaila Estrella MF/DEF • 4-11 • Jr. Agua Dulce, Calif. Vasquez HS

28 Lauren Howard DEF • 5-10 • So. Palmdale, Calif. Highland HS

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Sarah Roether F • 5-4 • Sr. Louisburg, Kan. Allen County CC (Kan.)

Keriann Warak DEF • 5-1 • Fr. Glenview, Ill. Glenbrook South HS

30 Amanda Radich GK • 5-8 • Sr. Vacaville, Calif. Solano College (Calif.)

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SOCCER COACHING STAFF - HEAD COACH MIKE DIBBINI Mike Dibbini has been coaching at Kansas Wesleyan since the 2005 season. He has compiled a combined 174-56-21 men’s and women’s overall record during his tenure. In his six seasons, not a single one of Dibbini’s teams have finished lower than second place in the final regular season standings in the conference. The women’s team has compiled an overall record of 89-27-12 under Dibbini and been nearly untouchable in conference play under Dibbini. KWU won three straight regular season championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008 going undefeated during that time span, and won four straight conference tournament championships in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 and added another in 2010. Under Dibbini’s leadership, the Coyotes are 50-3-1 in regular season KCAC play, the best record of any KCAC team during that same span. The women also qualified for the regional tournament each of the last three years of its existence and were consistently ranked in the top five in the region. In 2007, the Coyotes became the first KCAC team in conference history to advance to the NAIA National Tournament, and second straight appearance in 2008. Dibbini was named the KCAC Coach of the Year in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. He was also named as the Region 4 Coach of the Year and was named the Great Plains Region Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in 2007. In six years, the men’s team has compiled an overall record of 85-29-9 and has finished at or near the top of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference each season. The Coyotes won regular season KCAC championships in 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2010; conference tournament championships in 2005, 2006, 2010, 2009; and has made back-to-back appearances in the DIBBINI’S COACHING RECORDS NAIA National Championships in 2009 and 2010. The men qualified for the NAIA Region IV Tournament twice, and were consistently ranked in the top five in WOMEN Overall the region. In 2006, the men cracked the NAIA Top 25 for the first time in program history. Dibbini has been Year 2005 15-3-3 named the KCAC Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year four times, in 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2010. 2006 17-3-2 2007 21-2-1 Prior to coaching at KWU, Dibbini 14-6-1 was the Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer 2008 2009 12-6-2 Coach at Salina Central High 2010 10-7-3 School from 1999-2006. In 2006, 89-27-12 he was named the AVCTL Division Total I Coach of the Year. In 1999, he received the Kansas State Youth MEN Soccer Boys Coach of the Year Year 2005 award. 2006 He holds an NSCAA Premier 2007 Coaching Diploma and USSF 2008 National Coaching License. He is 2009 also the Director of Coaching and 2010 Player Development for the Salina Total

Overall 13-6-2 16-4-1 14-5-2 12-7-1 14-4-3 16-3 85-29-9

KCAC 8-1 9-0 9-0 9-0 7-1-1 8-1 50-3-1

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Soccer Club, and is currently on 174-56-21 98-7-3 staff as the Head Boys' Coach for Combined Men’s & Women’s Record the Kansas Olympic Development Program (ODP). + KCAC Tournament Champions * NAIA Region IV Champions Dibbini graduated in 1999 from Kansas Wesleyan University with a degree in Elementary Education, and continued on to earn a Master of Business Administration in 2002. As a player at KWU and in junior college at Bethany Lutheran (Minn.) College, Dibbini was a four-time (twice at KWU and twice at BLC) All-Conference, AllRegion, and All-American. In 1997, Dibbini was ranked number two in the NAIA for goals scored and offensive points. He was also named to the NAIA Academic All-Region team in 1997 and the National Small College Player of the Year 1997. Originally from Palmdale, Calif., Dibbini was a First Team All-CIF selection twice, CIF Player of the Year, and Golden League Player of the Year twice at Palmdale High School. Coach Dibbini and his wife, Trina, also a 2002 graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University, currently reside in Salina, with their children Jada and Kadin.

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SOCCER COACHING STAFF ERIC GARCIA ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Erik Garcia has been the Associate Head Coach for Kansas Wesleyan Soccer since the Spring of 2011. He joins Mike Dibbini’s staff after spending one season as an assistant at Cal Poly-Pomona. Prior to coaching at Cal Poly-Pomona, Garcia spent two seasons coaching at Notre Dame de Namur University. In his two seasons, the Argos reached new heights, highlighted by their NCAA Tourney berth in 2008. Garcia, a Los Angeles native who grew up in Honduras, played two seasons for Holy Names in 2004 and 2005. The team earned an NAIA postseason berth in 2004 – a first in school history. He also played at Los Angeles City College. He spent one season as an assistant at Holy Names University in 2006 Garcia earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Holy Names in 2006 and is a 1999 graduate of Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles. He is the father of four-year old Derik Ki.

GABE ROMO ASSISTANT COACH

JOHNNA KLOHOKER ASSISTANT COACH

Gabe Romo has been an assistant soccer coach since the 2011 season. He is also the director of the KWU Intramural program.

Johnna Klohoker has been an assistant coach for the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes since the spring of 2011. She works primarily with the goalkeepers.

Romo Is originally from Lancaster, Calif. He graduated from Kansas Wesleyan University in 2009 with a Bachelor of ArtsCriminal Justice. He played soccer at KWU from 2005-2008. He then returned to California for two years after graduating coaching for a major youth soccer club, LAFC, where he won a state championship and placed third in the regional tournament with his under 13 boys' soccer team. He also coached at La Canada High School, where under his leadership the 2010 team went 22-0 in the regular season, was ranked No.1 in the state for most of the season.

A native of Palmdale, Calif., Klohoker attended Desert Christian High School, where she was a four-year letterwinner in soccer and a three-year letterwinner in volleyball. She helped Desert Christian win its first ever CIF championship as a freshman and as a senior was named team MVP, First Team All-CIF and First Team All-League. She also was a First Team AllLeague performer in volleyball and graduated with a 3.9 GPA. Klohoker played collegiately at Northwestern State University (La.) where she was a four-year starter, leading the Demons to a NCAA Tournament appearance in 2005 while earning Honorable Mention All-Southland Conference honors that season. She also was named to the SLC AllTournament Team, was a First Team Academic All-SLC honoree, SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree and was on the NSU athletic honor roll. She graduated from NSU, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in chemistry and microbiology with a concentration in pre-med. She is the daughter of John and Patty Klohoker and has one sister Debbie Williams and one brother Tim Maycock.

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SOCCER COACHING STAFF MIKE PADILLA ASSISTANT COACH

ALBERT BLONDEEL-TIMMERMAN ASSISTANT COACH

Mike Padilla has been an assistant coach for the Coyotes since the 2008 season.

“BT” Timmerman is in his sixth year as an assistant coach for coach Mike Dibbini.

Padilla, a native of Lynwood, Calif., came to Kansas Wesleyan in 2006, playing for coach Mike Dibbini in 2006, but missed 2007 with an injury.

Timmerman has deep roots in the youth soccer community in the Antelope Valley (Calif.) area and has been instrumental in the recruitment in high school players to Kansas Wesleyan.

Padilla came to Kansas Wesleyan from Mt San Antonio College in California, where he played in 2005. He also spent one season at Cerritos College, where the Falcons reached the State Finals in 2004.

Timmerman also plays the role of West Coast Recruiting Coordinator for the Coyotes.

ROY BROWN ASSISTANT COACH

Padilla prepped at Salesian High School in Los Angeles, graduating in 2004. He helped lead the Mustangs to the CIF Championship in 2004. He was also named the CIF Player of the Year in 2004 in addition to being named Santa Fe League MVP in 2003 and 2004.

Roy Brown has been a part of the KWU Soccer Coaching Staff, serving as a recruiting assistant since the 2010 season.

He holds a NSCAA National Coaching Diploma and is currently an Academy Director for the Salina Soccer Club.

Brown assists in the recruiting of studentathletes on the West Coast

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NAME Alex Montiel Roberto Sanchez Noe Ramirez Miguel Madrigal Edder Lemus Diego Martinez Daniel Martinez Larry Guizar Eduardo Barba Jeremy Mireles Alex Chavez Jorge Oseguera Jose Velasco Edgar Toco-Ayala Jacob DeLeon Bernard Rene Ryan Ingrassia Scott Knox Jesus Ochoa Francisco Cantero Daniel Chance Javier Cervantes Anthony Gallegos Alfonso Fombona Moritz Keppel Jack Lennon Robert Carroll Andrew Paredes Juan De Arcos Ricardo Raygoza Jeremy Carroll Kasey Lien Phillip Peralta Brandon Gil Moises Balderas Todd Clark Briant Reyes Luis Torres Richard Gonzalez

POS GK GK MF D D MF F MF/F F MF F D/MF F D F MF F/MF D D/MF D MF/F F D MF MF MF D MF MF MF MF MF D MF D F MF D

YR Fr. Sr. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

HT 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-10 6-1 5-7 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-9 6-3 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-10 6-0

WT 150 170 180 165 175 135 165 175 145 155 185 153 185 175 166 180 155 185 170 150 160 190 185 175

5-7 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-10 5-8 6-1 5-6 5-11 5-11 5-5 5-10

150 170 180 170 175 165 145 140 180 145 150 170 165 185

HOMETOWN La Puente, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Inglewood, Calif. Wilmington, Calif. Norwalk, Calif. Salina, Kan. Santa Clarita, Calif. Norwalk, Calif. Hesperia, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Oxnard, Calif. Adelanto, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Apple Valley, Calif. Canberra, Australia Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. Paramount, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Lawrence, Kan. Los Angeles, Calif. Bell, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Kandel, Germany Salina, Kan. Redlands, Calif. Victorville, Calif. Hawthorne, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Salina, Kan. Barstow, Calif. Salina, Kan. Long Beach, Calif. Salina, Kan. Downey, Calif. Mesa, Ariz. Barstow, Calif.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Los Altos HS LA Harbor College (Calif.) College of the Canyons (Calif.) LA Harbor College (Calif.) LA Harbor College (Calif.) East LA College (Calif.) Garden City CC (Kan.) College of the Canyons (Calif.) East LA College (Calif.) Victor Valley College (Calif.) LA Harbor College (Calif.) Pacifica HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) East LA College (Calif.) Victor Valley College (Calif.) Cloud County CC (Kan.) Salina Central HS Salina Central HS Cerritos College (Calif.) Pasadena City College (Calif.) Lawrence Free State HS East LA College (Calif.) LA Harbor College (Calif.) LA Harbor College (Calif.) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Colorado Christian University San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.) Victor Valley College (Calif.) LA Harbor College (Calif.) East LA College (Calif.) San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.) Salina South HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) Salina South HS LA Harbor College (Calif.) Salina Central HS Cerritos College (Calif.) Mesa CC (Ariz.) Victor Valley College (Calif.)

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0 Alex Montiel GK • 6-0 • 150 • Fr. La Puente, Calif. Los Altos HS

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1 Roberto Sanchez GK • 5-11 • 170 • Sr. Los Angeles, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

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Daniel Martinez F • 5-7 • 165 • Sr. Salina, Kan. Garden City CC (Kan.)

Larry Guizar MF/F • 5-10 • 175 • Sr. Santa Clarita, Calif. College of the Canyons (Calif.)

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Jose Velasco F • 6-0 • 185 • Jr. Adelanto, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

Edgar Toco-Ayala D • 6-0 • 175 • Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. East LA College (Calif.)

2 Noe Ramirez MF • 5-9 • 180 • So. Bakersfield, Calif. College of the Canyons (Calif.)

8 Eduardo Barba F • 5-11 • 145 • Sr. Norwalk, Calif. East LA College (Calif.)

Miguel Madrigal D • 5-10 • 165 • Sr. Inglewood, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

9 Jeremy Mireles MF • 5-9 • 155 • Sr. Hesperia, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

4 Edder Lemus D • 6-1 • 175 • So. Wilmington, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

10 Alex Chavez F • 6-3 • 185 • Sr. Los Angeles, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

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Jacob DeLeon F • 5-8 • 166 • Sr. Apple Valley, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

Bernard Rene MF • 6-1 • 180 • Jr. Canberra, Australia Cloud County CC (Kan.)

Ryan Ingrassia F/MF • 5-10 • 155 • So. Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

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Jesus Ochoa D/MF • 6-0 • 170 • Sr. Paramount, Calif. Cerritos College (Calif.)

Francisco Cantero D • 5-8 • 150 • Jr. Pasadena, Calif. Pasadena City College (Calif.)

Daniel Chance MF/F • 5-9 • 160 • So. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence Free State HS

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Javier Cervantes F • 5-11 • 190 • Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. East LA College (Calif.)

Anthony Gallegos D • 5-10 • 185 • Jr. Bell, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

5 Diego Martinez MF • 5-7 • 135 • So. Norwalk, Calif. East LA College (Calif.)

11 Jorge Oseguera D/MF • 5-7 • 153 • Jr. Oxnard, Calif. Pacifica HS

17 Scott Knox DEF • 6-3 • 185 • Sr. Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

23 Alfonso Fombona MF • 6-0 • 175 • Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

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Moritz Keppel MF • • • Sr. Kandel, Germany Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Jack Lennon MF • 5-7 • 150 • Jr. Salina, Kan. Colorado Christian University

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Andrew Paredes D • 5-10 • 180 • Jr. Victorville, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

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Kasey Lien MF • 5-10 • 145 • So. Salina, Kan. Salina South HS

Phillip Peralta MF • 5-8 • 140 • Jr. Barstow, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

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Jeremy Carroll MF • 6-2 • 165 • So. Redlands, Calif.

Briant Reyes F • 5-11 • 170 • Jr. Downey, Calif. Cerritos College (Calif.)

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Luis Torres MF • 5-5 • 165 • Jr. Mesa, Ariz. Mesa CC (Ariz.)

26 Robert Carroll MF • 6-2 • 170 • So. Redlands, Calif.

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Brandon Gil D • 6-1 • 180 • So. Salina, Kan. Salina South HS

28 Juan De Arcos MF • 5-10 • 170 • Jr. Hawthorne, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

29 Ricardo Raygoza MF • 5-10 • 175 • Jr. Los Angeles, Calif. East LA College (Calif.)

34 Moises Balderas MF • 5-6 • 145 • Jr. Long Beach, Calif. LA Harbor College (Calif.)

35 Todd Clark D • 5-11 • 150 • So. Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

Richard Gonzalez D • 5-10 • 185 • Sr. Barstow, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

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ALL TIME MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS WOMEN’S TEAM RECORDS Most Wins in a Season ................................................................................ 21 ............................................................................................................................................................. 2007 Fewest Losses in a Season......................................................................... 2 ................................................................................................................................................................ 2007 Most Goals in a Season ............................................................................... 92 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2007 Most Goals Scored in a Game .................................................................. 11 vs. Southwestern Assemblies of God University .......................................................9/1/2007 Most Consecutive Wins in a Season ...................................................... 14 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2007 Most Consecutive Shutouts...................................................................... 8 ................................................................................................................................................................ 2007 Largest Shutout ............................................................................................ 11-0 vs. Southwestern Assemblies of God University ...................................................9/1/2007 Longest Unbeaten Streak in a Season .................................................. 18 matches ............................................................................................................................................ 2007

WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points in a Season ..................................................53.............................................................. Heather Muilenburg ............................................................................................. 2007 Goals in a Game ......................................................4 ................................................................ Heather Muilenburg vs. Bethel College ............................................. 9/26/2007 Goals in a Season ....................................................22.............................................................. Heather Muilenburg ............................................................................................. 2006 Assists in a Season..................................................13.............................................................. Juliet Cervantes ...................................................................................................... 2006 Shutouts in a Season .............................................10.............................................................. Kelli Beatty................................................................................................................ 2007 Career Shutouts ......................................................15 ............................................................. Kelly Balch ...................................................................................................2005 - 2006

MEN’S TEAM RECORDS Most Wins in a Season ................................................................................ 17 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2006 17 .............................................................................................................................................................. 1999 Fewest Wins in a Season ............................................................................ 0 ................................................................................................................................................................ 2004 Most Losses in a Season ............................................................................. 16 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2004 Most Goals in a Season ............................................................................... 76 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2006 Fewest Goals in a Season........................................................................... 15 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2004 Most Goals Scored in a Game .................................................................. 13 vs. Haskell Indian Nations University ......................................................................... 9/25/2002 Most Goals Allowed in a Game................................................................ 16 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2004 Most Consecutive Wins in a Season ...................................................... 10 .............................................................................................................................................................. 2008 Most Consecutive Shutouts...................................................................... 5 ................................................................................................................................................................ 2008 Largest Shutout ............................................................................................ 13 vs. Haskell Indian Nations University ......................................................................... 9/25/2002 Worst Margin of Defeat .............................................................................. 0-16 .......................................................................................................................................................... 2004 Longest Unbeaten Streak in a Season .................................................. 12 matches ............................................................................................................................................ 2007

MEN’S INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points in a Season ........................................................................................................... 77......................................................... Mike Dibbini ....................................................... 1997 Points in a Career............................................................................................................. 168 ...................................................... Murad Dibbini ............................................1997 - 99 Goals in a Game ............................................................................................................... 5 ........................................................... Mike Dibbini ....................................................... 1997 Fastest Goal Scored ........................................................................................................ 30 seconds ....................................... Harold Calvo ....................................................... 1996 Most Goals in a Season .................................................................................................. 32......................................................... Alex Chavez......................................................... 2010 Most Goals in a Career ................................................................................................... 65......................................................... Murad Dibbini ............................................1997 - 99 Assists in a Season........................................................................................................... 15......................................................... Mike Dibbini ....................................................... 1997 Assists in a Career ............................................................................................................ 40......................................................... Ricky Ramos ...........................................1998 - 2001 Shutouts in a Season ...................................................................................................... 11......................................................... Wayne Johnson ................................................. 2006 Career Shutouts ............................................................................................................... 19......................................................... Wayne Johnson ....................................2005 - 2006

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2011 CROSS COUNTRY COACHING STAFF

NAME Daniel Chance Tara Davis Makaila Estrella Lauren Evans Ryan Ingrassia Katie Janes Hannah Kern Cody Martus Jeremy Mireles Phillip Peralta Chase Wiedel

HEAD COACH BRENT BAILEY

YR So. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

HOMETOWN Lawrence, Kan. Dallas, Texas Agua Dulce, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Salina, Kan. Saugus. Calif. Wichita, Kan. Erie, Colo. Hesperia, Calif. Barstow, Calif. Hebron, Neb.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Lawrence Free State HS White HS Vasquez HS San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.) Salina Central HS Saugus HS Maize HS Cloud County CC (Kan.) Victor Valley College (Calif.) Victor Valley College (Calif.) Cloud County CC (Kan.)

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Daniel Chance Sophomoer Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence Free State HS

Tara Davis Sophomore Dallas, Texas White HS

Makaila Estrella Junior Agua Dulce, Calif. Vasquez HS

Brent Bailey has been named the Cross Country and Track coach at Kansas Wesleyan University. He has led the Coyote programs since August 2011. Bailey comes to Kansas Wesleyan after spending two years as graduate assistant coach at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kan. Bailey’s emphasis at Baker was coaching the distance program, coaching 73 All-Heart of America Conference selections in track and nine All-Heart of America Conference selections in cross country. He also coached a ninth place finisher in the women’s marathon and the NAIA National Championships while coaching at Baker and helped the Wildcat women qualify for the NAIA Cross Country National Championships for the first time in several seasons after winning the Heart of America Championship for the first time since 2002. A native of Limon, Colo., Bailey attended McPherson College in McPherson, Kan., where he earned dual degrees in Physical Education and Business Administration with minors in Accounting and Finance. While at McPherson, Bailey was elected student body president. On the course and on the track for the Bulldogs, Bailey was a four-time All-KCAC performer in cross country and qualified for the NAIA National Championships, and was a KCAC Champion in the 1500m and earned All-KCAC honors ten times. He then continued onto earn his Master of Liberal Arts degree from Baker University. During his prep career at Limon High School, Bailey was a state champion and helped his team to back-to-back Colorado State team titles. He also ran club track with the Colorado Springs Striders, where he competed at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics in the 4x800m relay and the 2000m steeplechase. Bailey is a USATF Level 1 certified coach and continues to train and compete on an elite level, twice qualifying for the USA Duathlon National Championships and the USA Triathlon National Championships.

Lauren Evans Junior Redlands, Calif. San Bernardino Valley College (Calif.)

Ryan Ingrassia Sophomore Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

Katie Janes Sophomore Saugus, Calif. Saugus HS

Hannah Kern Senior Wichita, Kan. Maize HS

Cody Martus Junior Erie, Colo. Cloud County CC (Kan.)

Jeremy Mireles Senior Hesperia, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

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“I am truly excited to have the opportunity to return to the KCAC as a coach,” Bailey said of his hiring at Kansas Wesleyan. “Coaching is in my blood and is truly my passion. I look forward to the challenge of building this program to be the top program in the conference.”

Phillip Peralta MF • 5-8 • 140 • Jr. Barstow, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.)

Chase Wiedel Junior Hebron, Neb. Cloud County CC (Kan.)

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COYOTE SPIRIT COACHING STAFF

CHEER TEAM ROSTER NAME Ashley Alderman Lorenzo Araujo Mackenzie Augustin Amanda DiPrima Travis Godfrey Jaia Hanks Ethan Hemphill Timothy Hernandez Ashley Laas Emily McGregor Ashley Milford Anna Morrissette Lynsey Salazar Heather Smith Ben Waugh

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YR So. Grad So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So.

HOMETOWN Springfield, Mo. Larned, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Palmdale, Calif. Osborne, Kan. Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. Belleville, Kan. Fowler, Kan. Concordia, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Santa Clarita, Calif. Goodland, Kan.

YR So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So.

HOMETOWN Lancaster, Calif. Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. Almena, Kan. Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. Arkansas City, Kan.

DAVID ALMEIDA HEAD COACH Dave Almeida has been the head cheer and dance coach at Kansas Wesleyan since May, 2011. Almeida came to Kansas Wesleyan after spending two years at Xtreme Acro and Cheer in Rockville, Md., as the Allstar Cheer Director. Prior to Xtreme Acro and Cheer, Almeida coached the East Coast Stars program in Myrtle Beach, S.C., for three years from 2006 until 2009. Almeida looks to return the program to the competitive level it was back in the late 1990s and early 2000s, competing on a local and national level with the intent of bringing local and national attention to the program.

DANCE TEAM ROSTER NAME Samantha Barajas Christina Dunn Maria Duran Amanda Hopkins Dieja Martin Emily Rico Adrianne Spielman

"I want to put Kansas Wesleyan University back into the competitive Collegiate Cheerleading World and show everyone what kind of student athletes we have at KWU," Almeida said. Almeida also served on the coaching staff at Loyola University and James Madison University. He has over 20 years of experience in cheerleading, either as a cheerleader, coach or program director. Almeida attended and cheered at both George Mason University and North Carolina State University. He was a two-time National Champion as well as earning several other honors from NCA and UCA. He is certified by the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA) and the United States All-Star Federation (USASF).

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Ashley Alderman So. Springfield, Mo.

Lorenzo Araujo Grad Larned, Kan.

Mackenzie Augustin So. Wichita, Kan.

Amanda DiPrima Jr. Palmdale, Calif.

Travis Godfrey Jr. Osborne, Kan.

Jaia Hanks Jr. Salina, Kan.

Ethan Hemphill Fr. Salina, Kan.

Timothy Hernandez So. Salina, Kan.

Ashley Laas Jr. Salina, Kan.

Emily McGregor So. Belleville, Kan.

Ashley Milford Fr. Fowler, Kan.

Anna Morrissette Fr. Concordia, Kan.

Lynsey Salazar So. Topeka, Kan.

Heather Smith Sr. Santa Clarita, Calif.

Ben Waugh So. Goodland, Kan.

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Samantha Barajas So. Lancaster, Calif.

Christina Dunn So. Salina, Kan.

Maria Duran Fr. Salina, Kan.

Amanda Hopkins Sr. Almena, Kan.

Dieja Martin So. Salina, Kan.

Emily Rico Fr. Salina, Kan.

Adrianne Spielman So. Arkansas City, Kan.

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DIRECTOR OF BANDS WILLIAM McMOSLEY Professor William McMosley begins his twelfth year as the Director of Bands at Kansas Wesleyan University. Since his arrival in 1999, the “Mighty Coyote Pep Band” has ascended to the top of the pep band ranks in the Kansas Conference. Nicknamed “Maestro Mad Mac” by former Athletic Director and Basketball Coach Jerry Jones, McMosley and his talented group of musicians can be found at all home football games, and most home basketball games jazzing up the crowd as the Coyotes fight to victory. McMosley received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Adams State College in 1969, and also received his Master of Arts degree from Adams State in 1971. While at Saint Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City in 1989, McMosley was awarded the 1989 Outstanding Teacher Award from Sears Roebuck Company. McMosley continues to be active across the country, making appearances as a clinician, and as a guest conductor for orchestras, concert bands, jazz bands, and marching bands. He is also the Director of the Salina Municipal Band.

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