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Dr. Josh Bullock President

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elcome to Lake Land College and thank you for joining us for this exciting Laker volleyball match. I’d like to take this time to formally introduce myself to each of you. My name is Josh Bullock and I am the new president of Lake Land College. Although I’ve only been at Lake Land for a short time, it is evident the entire college community is fully committed to creating a meaningful and fulfilling educational experience for everyone, and Laker volleyball is no exception. As a Division I member of the NJCAA, the Lady Laker volleyball team excels on and off the court. Our players challenge themselves every day to set very high standards. This is seen through the level of play they bring to the athletic program at the college and their accomplishments in the classroom. Led by Coach Amory Porter, our volleyball team is comprised of some of the finest athletes in the world, and we are very proud to have them as members of the Lake Land family. Throughout the year, Lake Land’s five inter-collegiate athletic programs build a well-rounded college experience for students. Being a student athlete is hard work, but the benefits of playing and studying at the college level are immeasurable. Our players’ athletic ability, dedication and team spirit are second to none. Thank you for your support of the team, our coaching staff and the college. I look forward to seeing you at the next Laker event! Go Lakers!

Sincerely,

Dr. Josh Bullock President Lake Land College


Denny Throneburg Athletic Director

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oach Throneburg is in his ninth year as Athletic Director at Lake Land College. During his first four years at the college, he served as both the athletic director and head softball coach. He completed 32 years teaching and coaching at Casey-Westfield before coming to Lake Land. Coach Throneburg is no stranger to LLC as he played one year of basketball under Jim Dudley before leaving to play at SIU-E where he was a captain and member of the starting five for three years. After coaching varsity basketball at Casey, he returned to LLC as an assistant coach for five years with Coach Dudley. Coach Throneburg is one of the most widely recognized figures in softball. He was the head coach at Casey-Westfield for 22 years where his teams compiled an amazing 647-56 record with a winning percentage of 92%, which is a national record. The Lady Warriors captured six state titles and 22 consecutive conference championships while compiling an overall conference record of 115-1. Their home record was an impressive 351-13, with the pitchers compiling an ERA of 0.81 over those 22 years. In Coach Throneburg’s four years as the head coach at LLC, he guided the Lakers to an overall record of 158-42 and a conference record of 104-15, with one Region 24 championship and two regular season titles. In 2006, the Lakers became the first softball team in school history to advance to the D-1 National Tournament. Coach Throneburg has received numerous honors in softball. He has twice been named National High School Softball Coach of the Year, winning that prestigious award in 1997 and again in 2000. In that same year, he was named Illinois High School Coach of the Year and was inducted into the Illinois Girls’ Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He was also inducted into the Illinois ASA Hall of Fame in 2000 for his playing and coaching accomplishments. Coach Throneburg resides in Mattoon with his wife, Sue. They have three children, Derek, Dara and D.J. and two granddaughters, Brya and Reese. Coach Throneburg truly values the family concept. “The LLC athletic motto of ‘Six Sports, One Team’ is one we believe in strongly,” Throneburg said. “Through the ‘Lakers for Learning’ program we hope to inspire success for our student/athletes and the lives they touch.”


Amory Porter Head Coach

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oach Porter is in his fourth year as head coach for Lake Land College Volleyball. He previously served as the assistant at Lake Land for three seasons. Coach Porter has worked with U.S.A. Junior Olympic volleyball with Club Crossroads for five years and Club Fierce for two years. In addition to coaching, he also served as club director for two years at Crossroads. While at Lake Land he has coached three NJCAA All-Americans, 12 AllConference, nine All-Region and three All-Conference and All-Region players of the year. Coach Porter played men’s club volleyball in Gateway Region. He served in the United States Army Reserve Medical Core for six years. He married his wife Lori in July 2009 and they reside in Arcola.


Denise Prather Athletic Trainer

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Mt. Zion native, Denise Prather came to Lake Land college as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Lakers’ sports teams last year. In 2009, Prather graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. She was a member of the Athletic Training Education Program, where she became a certified athletic trainer. She worked with women’s soccer, football, track and field, and women’s swimming and diving during her college career. Prather came from Millikin University where she was the assistant softball coach for the last three seasons. She helped bring the program its first conference title in 20 years and two conference tournament appearances. Over the last three seasons, Prather also coached the Mt. Zion Lady Braves, a competitive high school travel team. Prather was a member of the University of Illinois softball team for the 2005-2006 season. From 2006 to 2009, she was a member of the University of Illinois Club Softball Team where she helped lead her team to two national championships. Prather graduated from Mt. Zion High School in 2005 and was named All-State First Team and AllAmerican twice.


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Roster 2013

Taylor Wallis 2 Milica Zmiric 3 Amie Bunting 4 Haley Kennison 5 Karlee Maschhoff 6 Brooke Eisenbarth 7 Sydney May 8 Lacy Maulding 10 Michaela Montgomery 11/22 Naomi Gray 12 Natalia Aguiar 15 Kiersten Beasley 16 Cleuza Porto 1

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Freshman 5ʹ4˝

Sullivan, IL

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Sophomore 6ʹ0˝

Sombor, Serbia

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Freshman 5ʹ6˝

Albion, IL

OH/RH/DS Freshman S

5ʹ9˝

Freshman 5ʹ5˝

Advance, MO Casey, IL

OH/MH Freshman 5ʹ10˝

Shelbyville, IL

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Newton, IL

Freshman 5ʹ9˝

DS/OH Freshman 5ʹ7˝

Casey, IL

MH/RS

Sophomore 6ʹ1˝

Casey, IL

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Sophomore 5ʹ6˝

Effingham, IL

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Freshman 5ʹ10˝

Curitiba, Brazil

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Freshman 5ʹ11˝

Macon, IL

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Freshman 5ʹ11˝

Belo Horizonte, Brazil


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Taylor Wallis SETTER D e f e n s i v e Sp e c i a l i s t

Year: Freshman Height: 5’4” Parents: Tony & Colette Wallis Hometown: Sullivan, IL High School: Sullivan High School Awards: Honorable Mention, Second Team All Conference Major: Social Work Favorite Food: Mac-N-Cheese Favorite TV Show: Criminal Minds


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Milica Zmiric Right side

Year: Sophomore Height: 6’0” Parents: Momcilo & Snezana Zmiric Hometown: Sombor, Serbia High School: Gimnazija “Veljko Petrovic” Awards: National Championship in College of Southern Idaho Major: Psychology Favorite Food: Pasta Favorite TV Show: Gray’s Anatomy


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Amie Bunting Setter

Year: Freshman Height: 5’6” Parents: Beth Hallam & Richard Bunting Hometown: Albion, IL High School: Edwards County High School Major: Dental Hygiene Favorite Food: Tacos Favorite TV Show: Reba


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Haley Kennison Outside Hitter

Right Side D e f e n s i v e Sp e c i a l i s t

Year: Freshman Height: 5’9” Parents: Steve & Tammy Kennison Hometown: Advance, MO High School: Advance High School Awards: All District (2), All Region (2), Academic All State (3) Major: Early Childhood Development Favorite Food: Pizza Favorite TV Show: Pretty Little Liars


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Karlee Maschhoff Setter

Year: Freshman Height: 5’5” Parents: Brian & Marla Maschhoff Hometown: Casey, IL High School: Casey-Westfield High School Awards: First Team All-Conference, MVP, Offensive Player Award, Most Assists Major: Nursing Favorite Food: Pickles Favorite TV Show: Full House


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Brooke Eisenbarth Outside Hitter Middle Hitter

Year: Freshman Height: 5’10” Parents: Trent & Gail Eisenbarth Hometown: Shelbyville, IL High School: Shelbyville High School Awards: First Team All Conference Major: Nursing Favorite Food: Steak Favorite TV Show: Duck Dynasty


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Sydney May Middle Hitter

Year: Freshman Height: 5’9” Parents: Dane & Renee May Hometown: Newton, IL High School: Newton High School Awards: Second Team All Conference Major: Nursing Favorite Food: Pasta Favorite TV Show: CSI


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Lacy Maulding Defensive specialist

Outside Hitter

Year: Freshman Height: 5’7” Parents: Dick & Janet Maulding Hometown: Casey, IL High School: Casey-Westfield Awards: All Academic, All Conference, First Team All Conference, MVP Major: Dental Hygiene Favorite Food: My mom’s meatballs Favorite TV Show: Duck Dynasty


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Michaela Montgomery Middle Hitter

Right Side

Year: Sophomore Height: 6’1” Parents: Mike & Rhonda Montgomery Hometown: Casey, IL High School: Casey-Westfield High School Awards: GRAC Second Team All-Conference Major: Physical Therapy Assistant Favorite Food: Mexican Favorite TV Show: Law and Order SVU


Naomi Gray 11/22 Libero Year: Sophomore Height: 5’6” Parents: Timm & Dianne Gray Hometown: Effingham, IL High School: St. Anthony Awards: Two First team All Tournament Teams, Second Team All Conference, and honorable mention All District Major: Secondary Education Favorite Food: Pasta Favorite TV Show: Pretty Little Liars


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Natalia Aguiar

Outside Hitter Year: Freshman Height: 5’10” Parents: Ismael Aguiar & Marcia Alboneti Hometown: Curitiba, Brazil High School: Colegio Dom Bosco Awards: Region Championship in Brazil (2008, 2011) Major: Undecided Favorite Food: Stroganoff Favorite TV Show: Pretty Little Liars


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Kiersten Beasley

Right Side Year: Freshman Height: 5’11� Parents: Van & Jennifer Beasley Hometown: Macon, IL High School: Meridian High School Major: Business Favorite Food: Pickles Favorite TV Show: Criminal Minds


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Cleuza Porto

Outside Hitter Year: Freshman Height: 5’11� Parents: Aurelino Porto & Delmira Caja Hometown: Belo Horizonte, Brazil High School: E.E.P. Joao de Mattos Almeida Awards: Regional Championship in Brazil (2009) Major: Business Favorite Food: Lasagna Favorite TV Show: Prison Break


Your Experience

Whether your goal is to transfer with ease, train for a new career or explore an interest, your Lake Land College experience will get you there.

Lake Land College

Lake Land is a community college that serves about 8,000 students through transfer, technical, non-credit and continuing education programs. Students choose from more than 140 majors, with enrollment split between technical and transfer programs. The 308-acre campus is located in Mattoon with extension centers in Effingham, Marshall and Pana.

Affordability •

At about $3,100, Lake Land’s annual tuition and fees are about one-third of EIU’s, and one-fourth of U of I’s.

Lake Land’s textbook rental program saves students up to $1,200 a year.

Lake Land is one of the lowest tuition and fees and lowest net intructional cost in the entire state of Illinois.

More than 50 percent of Lake Land students receive more than $13 million in financial aid each year.

The Lake Land College Foundation awards more than $360 thousand in scholarships each year to more than 400 students.

Quality •

Lake Land College faculty know their students by name.

Students learn in classrooms, not auditoriums.

The student to faculty ratio is 12:1.

Faculty are experts in their fields.

Honors programs and supervised internship experiences challenge students outside the classroom.

Our instructors are highly qualified both in educational degrees & work experience & want to teach - no grad assistants or research focus here!

Lab simulations provide clinical experience.

The Lake Land experience includes: • • • • • • • •

Academic quality Affordable tuition Financial aid assistance Latest technology Textbook rental Caring faculty Student Life and campus activities Career counseling

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Results of a national student satisfaction survey show Lake Land College exceeded more than 90 percent of students’ expectations. Lake Land graduates who transfer to state universities earn grades that are higher than those who start at the same university as freshmen. For instance, at U of I, Lake Land transfer students earned a GPA of 3.45 compared to students who started there of 3.20. The college has a 90 percent placement rate for career programs. Nine out of 10 companies in the Lake Land district have hired at least one Lake Land graduate.


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